/New pretrial in Kennedy murder case

New pretrial in Kennedy murder case

April 29 2014
By Chad Ingram

The Ryan Kennedy murder case is back at the judicial pretrial stage.

A new pretrial for the 2011 killing of the 21-year-old Haliburton County man began on April 30.

While a trial for the four accused had begun in Oshawa on Jan. 21 a mistrial was declared on March 13.

Details are subject to a publication ban.

Tin Wai Hong Mason Gillard-Gatza Nathanial Cain and Raphael Guerra are each charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder.

At about 11:45 p.m. on Oct. 19 2011 police and emergency crews were called to a home at 1028 South Lake Rd. just outside  Minden where they found two men bound with duct tape and beaten.

One of the men Kennedy succumbed to his injuries the other lived.