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Judge gives convicted killer a choice
Feb, 05 2007 - 3:30 PM

EDMONTON - A judge has given a convicted killer three days to tell where’s put the body of his victim or he’ll increase his prison sentence.

Justice Vital Ouelette found 26-year-old William Taylor guilty of the 2nd-degree murder of 23-year-old Tim Salsman in August 2004.

Witnesses said that Salsman was tortured with a skill-saw in the basement of a house near Provost.

Salsman’s remains have not been found.

Ouelette will sentence Taylor on Thursday.

The judge says Taylor can be released when he’s 35 ... or 50 … the choice is his. (bc-ccg)


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