Emrah Bulatci RCMP Shooting: Supreme Court Won't Hear Appeal From Man Who Killed Mountie In The N.W.T.

Posted: Updated:
EMRAH BULTACI APPEAL SHOOTING
The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear the appeal of an Alberta man convicted of killing a Mountie in the Northwest Territories. (Wikimedia) | WikiMedia:

OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear the appeal of an Alberta man convicted of killing a Mountie in the Northwest Territories.

Emrah Bulatci was convicted three years ago of the first-degree murder of RCMP Const. Chris Worden in Hay River in 2007.

Bulatci shot Worden four times during a foot chase.

He will continue serving a life sentence with no chance of parole for 25 years.

The killer challenged more than a dozen rulings made by the original trial judge, including the admissibility of intercepted jailhouse conversations.

As usual, the Supreme Court gave no reasons for refusing to hear Bulatci's appeal.

Around the Web

Top court denies Mountie killer's leave to appeal bid