Accused in Wendake slayings returns to courtroom

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The person charged with killing his two younger kids final autumn in Wendake was again in courtroom in Quebec Metropolis on Tuesday.

Michaël Chicoine, 30, faces two counts of second-degree homicide and appeared in courtroom through teleconference from the native detention centre the place he’s being held.

Throughout Tuesday’s continuing, prosecutor Thomas Jacques instructed the courtroom there remained some components of proof that had but to be shared with defence lawyer Pierre Gagnon.

He mentioned Gagnon had obtained a USB key containing a “voluminous” amount of knowledge however there remained “some small additions to be obtained” that he hoped to offer to the defence by March 30, the date set for the accused’s return to courtroom.

On the night time of Oct. 10-11, Chicoine is alleged to have killed his sons Olivier, 5, and his 2-year-old brother Alex. The accused then went to a Quebec Metropolis police station.