12 jurors in Lac-Megantic railway trial begin deliberations today

While the writer has introduced her boyfriend to her teenage son and family, she is kept from his family functions.

Walsh said the Crown’s own witnesses demonstrated that Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway, which owned the train that derailed, didn’t provide its employees with enough resources to maintain proper safety on its rail network.

Thomas Walsh, one of Harding’s lawyers, told reporters Thursday the trial should never even have taken place.

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