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Gregory Allan Despres was convicted of the murders of Fred Fulton, 74, and Veronica "Verna" Decarie, 70, of Minto, New Brunswick, Canada, after stabbing them on April 23, 2005. He also decapitated Fulton with a homemade sword. On March 5, 2008, the Court found Despres guilty, but not criminally responsible for his actions at the time.

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  • Gregory Allan Despres was convicted of the murders of Fred Fulton, 74, and Veronica "Verna" Decarie, 70, of Minto, New Brunswick, Canada, after stabbing them on April 23, 2005. He also decapitated Fulton with a homemade sword. On March 5, 2008, the Court found Despres guilty, but not criminally responsible for his actions at the time.
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  • Minto, New Brunswick, Canada
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