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Winnipeg jury finds man guilty of killing Divas Boulanger - Manitoba - CBC News

14.11.15

Winnipeg jury finds man guilty of killing Divas Boulanger - Manitoba - CBC News: Alaya McIvor, who is also transgender, said she has been waiting 11 years for the verdict into the case of her best friend's murder. She was able to attend the trial a few times. She got a text last night to alert her to the verdict.

"I was already sleeping, and my notifications started going off," she said. "I woke up and checked it and my reaction was I started crying, Because it was 11 years, 4,025 days later, that justice has come for Divas,"

"Not a day that goes by that I don't think of her. I'm sure that she would be doing the same if I was ever to go missing and found murdered, if she were here with us today."


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