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Jurors to hear closing arguments in trial for three men charged after Coutts blockade

  • Jurors in Lethbridge do not need to prove accused were leaders to find them guilty of supporting a border blockade, according to Crown prosecutor Steven Johnston.
  • Johnston stated jurors can convict three men charged with mischief at Coutts, Alta., if they were shown to support the blockade.
  • The accused individuals may be found guilty of mischief over $5,000 if they were demonstrably aiding the blockade.
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