Lawyer says killer client may not be fit to face sentencing

  Calgary Sun 

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Admitted killer Wayne Clinton Runner will undergo a psychiatric assessment to determine if he understands his legal jeopardy. Defence lawyer Alain Hepner on Wednesday requested the testing in light of comments his client recently made to psychiatrist Dr. David Tano. “I’m raising the issue of fitness at this time,” Hepner said. “I have to,” he […]

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