Tuesday , January 19 2021

Alberta's couple facing a new attempt on the son's meningitis deaths want a load to fall

GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. – A couple facing a second attempt on their son's meningitis death claims accusations against them to be dropped and about $ 4 million from Alberta Justice.

David Stephan and his wife, Collet, were found guilty in 2016 to fail to provide the needs of life to 19-year-old Ezemy.

Their judgment in Lethbridge, Alta., Heard evidence that they treated the boy with garlic, onion and bark instead of taking him to a doctor.

The Stephen finally called 911 but the child died in a hospital in 2012.

Last May, the Supreme Court of Canada ordered a new trial in government, which said that the original judicial judge did not instruct jurors.

During a Thursday court, the couple recorded applications for remaining activities and order asking Alberta Justice for up to $ 4 million to cover their cost costs.

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