The Canadian PressMay 10, 2013 11:48
EDMONTON - A court erupted with angry screams and shouts from spectators on Friday as the Crown dropped murder charges against a youth who confessed during a police sting to killing two people.
Jeers and taunts were thrown at the 17-year-old, who was accused of second-degree murder. But the prosecution conceded it didn't have a case after the judge ruled the undercover evidence inadmissible.
Several sheriffs needed to be brought in to calm the crowd.