Second Laboucan murder case adjourned until February

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In Fort Saskatchewan Provincial Court in Alberta, the case involving a Fort St. John man accused of murdering a prostitute has been adjourned, until February 5th.

23 year old Joseph Laboucan faces a charge of second-degree murder, in relation to the killing of 33 year old Ellie May Meyer, in May of 2005.

When he next appears in court, a prelminary hearing date is expected to be scheduled for an Edmonton courtroom, either late this year or early in 2010.

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Laboucan recently won an appeal of his first degree murder conviction, in the gang rape and beating death of an Edmonton teenager.

However, the crown is now appealing that decision.

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