CANADA: The Gallows

After the airline crash in Quebec last autumn which took the lives of three Kennecott Copper Corp. executives and 20 others (TIME, Sept. 19), investigators turned up shocking evidence. The crash was no accident; it was planned murder. To get rid of his wife, who was aboard the plane, a jeweler named Albert Guay had planted a dynamite bomb in the freight compartment. Last week a trial jury took just 14 minutes to find Guay guilty. The sentence: death by hanging.


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