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Wednesday April 24, 2013

Coles asks Court to Lift Oland Murder Publication Ban

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Lawyer David G. Coles, Q.C. was in New Brunswick this week asking the court to lift the publication ban on the names of those whose properties were searched related to the murder of New Brunswick businessman Richard Oland.

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