Aurore!  The Mystery of the Martyred Child

Le Devoir, April 7, 1920, p. 4

Bill of Indictment

Quebec City, 7 (D.N.C.). – Yesterday afternoon, at the Criminal Assizes, the grand jury brought bills of indictment against Marie-Anne Houde and Télesphore Gagnon, accused of having caused the death of Corinne Gagnon, the daughter of Télesphore Gagnon.

The charge against Gagnon, which was originally manslaughter, has been changed to murder in the first degree, the same charge that his wife faces. This brings to six the number of murder cases that are before the Assizes.

The two accused will be tried separately. The trial will start next Monday. [...]

Source: Correspondant Le Devoir, "Accusation fondée," Le Devoir (Montréal), April 7, 1920.

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