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Toronto man acquitted of double murder now charged with attempted murder

A Toronto man who recently beat a double murder rap a few months ago has now been charged with attempted murder in connection to a shooting that happened during the Toronto Raptors celebrations on Friday.

Yanky Pollak Montreal, QC
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A Toronto man who recently beat a double murder rap a few months ago has now been charged with attempted murder in connection to a shooting that happened during the Toronto Raptors celebrations on Friday.

According to the Toronto Star, “Kamal Hassan, 26, is one of two men accused of trying to kill a 19-year-old, who was shot on Ryerson University campus near Yonge and Gould Sts. around 4 a.m., according to the information, the court document that lays out the charges and basics of the allegations. Hassan made a brief court appearance Friday and is due back in court Tuesday.”

Hassan previously came to the public’s attention when he was arrested, charged and acquitted of a double murder charge dating back to 2015.

The motive and the victim’s condition are not known.

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