Alleged hitman for B.C. gang tries to appeal murder, conspiracy convictions

A panel of judges sided against an alleged hitman for a B.C. gang who tried to appeal the decision in his 2018 trial.

Cory Vallee was convicted by a judge in 2018 of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder, charges stemming from the fatal shootings of two men in their 20s more than a decade earlier.

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