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Saturday, 18 September 2010

‘Hey, you just shot a girl!’ tavern murder trial told - The Globe and Mail

‘Hey, you just shot a girl!’ tavern murder trial told - The Globe and Mail: "Bailey Zaveda was shot to death outside a pub in Toronto’s east downtown a couple of years ago, there came from many of the usual places the usual assurances that, appearances to the contrary, gun crime in the city was indeed down.
If meant as comfort, these mutterings fell far short: One like Ms. Zaveda is too many.
When just before one in the morning on Oct. 25, 2008, Dwight Marshall cried out at the Duke of York tavern, “You just shot a girl! Hey, you just shot a girl!”, it was Ms. Zaveda he was describing.
A girl she was, just 23, starting a promising career, on the cusp of so much."



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