Canadian man and woman to be sentenced in child-bride case - Fox News

CRANBROOK, British Columbia – A Canadian prosecutor has asked a judge to send a message of denunciation in sentencing a man and woman who took a 13-year-old girl into the United States to marry the now imprisoned leader of a polygamous sect.

BC prosecutor urges 'strong message' in sentencing for child bride case - The Globe and Mail

A special prosecutor has asked a judge to send a strong message of denunciation in sentencing a man and woman who took a 13-year-old girl over the U.S. border to marry the now-imprisoned leader of a polygamous sect. Peter Wilson told a B.C. Supreme ...

Crown asks for jail time for Bountiful polygamy case - Kelowna Capital News

The former husband and wife who were found guilty of taking their 13-year-old daughter across the border to marry the leader of their polygamous sect should spend six to 18 months in jail. That's according to special prosecutor Peter Wilson, speaking ...

What's making news in British Columbia - National Post

A man and woman who took a 13-year-old girl over the U.S. border to marry the now-imprisoned leader of a polygamous sect are to be sentenced Aug. 11. The date was set following a sentencing hearing in Cranbrook for Brandon Blackmore and his ex-wife ...

Prosecutor urges strong message with sentence of 18 months in child-bride case - Vancouver Sun

CRANBROOK, B.C. — A special prosecutor has asked a judge to send a strong message of denunciation in sentencing a man and woman who took a 13-year-old girl over the U.S. border to marry the now-imprisoned leader of a polygamous sect.

Sentencing arguments for former husband and wife in BC polygamy case - CFJC Today Kamloops

CRANBROOK, B.C. — A B.C. court will hear sentencing arguments today for a former husband and wife convicted of taking a girl into the United States to marry the now imprisoned leader of their polygamous sect. In February, Justice Paul Pearlman of the ...