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White Boy Posse gang boss found guilty of manslaughter

A boss of the White Boy Posse gang has been convicted of manslaughter.

According to reports from the trial, Joshua Petrin was convicted for his role in the 2012 murder of a Lloydminster man, Bryan Gower. The 33 year old was already in jail for his role in the death of Saskatoon resident Lorry Santos. The Edmonton jury delivered their verdict after one day of deliberation.

Petrin had been charged with first-degree murder in connection to the Sept.25, 2012 ambush of Bryan Gower. During the trial, the jury heard he had instructed two people connected with the gang to carry out the crime, and supplied a gun. Despite this information, the jury found him guilty of manslaughter.

The Edmonton Journal has quoted the Gower family as being glad the process if over, and they will be supplying victim impact statements for Petrin’s sentencing on Jan 20, 2017.

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