Twitchell book research ending

EDMONTON — My book research in the city on the Mark Twitchell case and trial is coming to an end next week.

I’ve spent the past six months in Edmonton conducting interviews, finding documents and sitting in on every minute of the murder trial.

My last day in the city will be June 14th so anyone still out there wanting to contact me can do so by calling 780-802-3835 or e-mailing me at steve [at] stevelillebuen [dot] com.

The courthouse has Mark Twitchell scheduled to appear briefly in court next week.

The hearing is meant to deal with the outstanding attempted murder charge related to the attack on Gilles Tetreault. It’s not known what will happen at this stage. The Crown has not said if it will proceed with the second charge, nor as Twitchell’s lawyer, Charles Davison, said if he will continue to represent his client in future court hearings. We could find out at that hearing.

His appeal has not gone anywhere at this time. As I said earlier, it could take months or up to a year to move forward, if it does at all.

On the book front, the title and cover design are being worked on right now and should be finalized in the next few weeks.

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