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'Vindictive and callous': Ex-Mountie wife killer costs family $45K fighting estate


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Aug 6, 2012
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This is one reason among many why noone trusts Canada. Sick puppies running the security apparatus.

Ex-Mountie who murdered wife costs victim's family $45K fighting estate

A retired Mountie who murdered his fiancée with a bullet to the head has cost the victim's sister more than $45,000 in legal costs in an estate battle the family's lawyer calls "vindictive and callous."

Keith Wiens, a retired RCMP officer from British Columbia, is serving a life sentence for second-degree murder for killing his common-law spouse, Lynn Kalmring, on Aug. 16, 2011.

Despite losing all appeals, he is fighting Kalmring's family over the couple's approximately $500,000 in joint assets, acting as his own legal representative in an unusual case that Vancouver lawyer Christopher Watson sees as a deliberate attempt to add distress to the victims.

"This can therefore only be viewed as vindictive and callous and targeted to cause further trauma and grief to the family," he wrote in a letter to Wiens.

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