Kachkar not criminally responsible for cop's death

A Toronto jury found Richard Kachkar not criminally responsible in the

death of Sgt. Ryan Russell, a police officer who was struck and killed

while trying to stop a stolen snowplow as it weaved its way through the

city’s snowy downtown streets more than two years ago.

A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Kachkar not criminally responsible: verdict
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Kachkar not criminally responsible: verdict
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Defence lawyer Bob Richardson speaks to reporters about his client Richard Kachkar, who a jury ruled was not criminally responsible for the death of Sgt. Ryan Russell
RAW: Kachkar 'doesn't understand how it happened': lawyer
Defence lawyer Bob Richardson speaks to reporters about his client Richard Kachkar, who a jury ruled was not criminally responsible for the death of Sgt. Ryan Russell
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Kachkar not criminally responsible: verdict
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Defence lawyer Bob Richardson speaks to reporters about his client Richard Kachkar, who a jury ruled was not criminally responsible for the death of Sgt. Ryan Russell
RAW: Kachkar 'doesn't understand how it happened': lawyer
Defence lawyer Bob Richardson speaks to reporters about his client Richard Kachkar, who a jury ruled was not criminally responsible for the death of Sgt. Ryan Russell
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Kachkar not criminally responsible: verdict
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Defence lawyer Bob Richardson speaks to reporters about his client Richard Kachkar, who a jury ruled was not criminally responsible for the death of Sgt. Ryan Russell
RAW: Kachkar 'doesn't understand how it happened': lawyer
Defence lawyer Bob Richardson speaks to reporters about his client Richard Kachkar, who a jury ruled was not criminally responsible for the death of Sgt. Ryan Russell
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Kachkar not criminally responsible: verdict
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Kachkar not criminally responsible: verdict
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
Christine Russell, the widow of Toronto police Sgt. Ryan Russell, told reporters she doesn't feel any closure as a result of the verdict in Richard Kachkar's trial.
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible
Kachkar not criminally responsible: verdict
A man who killed a Toronto police officer with a stolen snowplow on a winter morning two years ago has been found not criminally responsible

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