No bathroom break, no confession: Judge
A judge has ruled the recorded confession of a man accused of killing a central Alberta couple and their daughter cannot be used as evidence at his trial because RCMP denied him a bathroom break.
During the interview, Frank asked five times over the course of two hours to use the washroom. His requests were not answered by investigators.
Frank’s lawyer, Andrea Urquhart, argued that her client’s confession was made under oppressive conditions because investigators denied him bathroom breaks.
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