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Christy Clark Plans To Televise Riot Trials; VPD Releases More Names

B.C. Premier Christy Clark says she plans to stick with her pledge to televise the trials of those accused in the Stanley Cup riot, despite fears of court delays.

“With the Bountiful case, the polygamy case, it was all broadcast live-streamed over the internet without any problem at all,” she said.

The latest to be charged are:

Eric Palmer, 26, Surrey: 1 count break and enter, 1 count participating in a riot

Duncan Yee, 20, Surrey: 1 count disguise with intent, 1 count break and enter

Sean Yates, 22, Burnaby: 1 count assaulting a police officer, 1 count participating in a riot

Joshua Pharand, 19, Chilliwack: 2 counts mischief, 1 count participating in a riot

Samia Ahmed, 18, Surrey: 2 counts break and enter, 1 count participating in a riot

Chelsea Anders, 18, Surrey: 1 count break and enter, 1 count participating in a riot

Arian Anwari, 18, Surrey: 1 count mischief,f 1 count carrying a weapon, 1 count participating in a riot

Timothy Lau, 21, Comox: 6 counts mischief, 2 counts break and enter, 1 count participating in a riot

According to investigators, as many as 700 people could ultimately face charges, however that investigation could take up to two years to complete.

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