Murder trial hears from accomplice, alleged partner in crime

    John Boulachanis wanted to kill Robert Tanguay because he suspected he was an informant for the police and posed a threat to the stolen-car ring both men were a part of. 

    The motive for the 1997 murder emerged Tuesday during Boulachanis’s first-degree murder trial at the Gouin courthouse in northern Montreal. An accomplice in the murder, a 58-year-old man whose name cannot be published because of a court order issued by Superior Court Justice Michael Stober, took the witness stand for the first time on Tuesday. 

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