Skibicki’s defence faces ‘uphill battle’ in murder trial: law expert | Canada Tonight


Confessed serial killer Jeremy Skibicki has admitted to killing four Indigenous women in Manitoba, but his lawyers argue he should be found not criminally responsible because of a mental disorder. Brandon Trask, assistant professor of law at the University of Manitoba, explains why Skibicki’s defence faces an ‘uphill battle.’

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