Love triangle murder victim told lover she was pregnant: Crown

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It was a workplace love triangle that ended with a faked pregnancy and a savage murder, a Crown attorney alleged Monday. Prosecutor Georgette Gaganiaras outlined the prosecution’s second-degree murder case against Nicholas Johnson for the August 2017 murder of his lover and co-worker, Virgil Jack, 31. Johnson, 25, has pleaded not  guilty. Jack’s body was […]

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