Winnipeg Jury Finds Ex-Political Adviser Not Guilty of Wife's Hatchet Killing

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Winnipeg Jury Finds Ex-Political Adviser Not Guilty of Wife's Hatchet Killing

Post by eva on Thu Mar 29, 2012 2:29 pm

Winnipeg Jury Finds Ex-Political Adviser Not Guilty of Wife's Hatchet Killing

WINNIPEG - A jury has found a former political adviser not guilty of second-degree murder in the hatchet death of his wife.

Mark Stobbe was a high-ranking official in the Saskatchewan government who had moved with his family to the Winnipeg area in 2000 for a similar job with the Manitoba government.

His wife, Beverly Rowbotham, was found dead in her car 15 kilometres away from the family home on Oct. 25, 2000.

When the verdict was read in a Winnipeg courtroom, Stobbe let out a sound that sounded like a sigh, leaned forward and put his head down on one arm that was resting on the edge of the prisoner's box.

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