Murder confession in Carol King’s death ruled admissible at trial

A judge has ruled a murder confession made by Joseph “David” Caissie in the death of Carol King is admissible at his trial. Facebook

A murder confession made by Joseph “David” Caissie to undercover police officers in the death of Carol King has been ruled admissible at his trial.

The judge made his ruling in Saskatoon on Wednesday.

It is alleged Cassie confessed to the murder to undercover officers during a five-month long Mr. Big sting operation.

King vanished from her Herschel-area home on Aug. 6, 2011. Her remains were found weeks later in an abandoned farmyard.

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Caissie was charged with first-degree murder in 2016 and offering an indignity to a body.

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It has yet to be determined by Caissie’s lawyer if he will take the stand in his own defence.

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