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Hell's Angel refused bail in Dain Phillips death

Saturday, 28 January 2012

 

The BC Court Of Appeal has rejected a bail application from a full patch Hell's Angels member while he waits to be tried for second degree murder in the death of a Kelowna man. 31 year old Norman Cocks is charged, along with six other men, in the baseball bat beating death of Dain Phillips in the Rutland area last June. RCMP say the street battle was a dispute between two families. Also accused are Hell's Angel Robert Thomas, Cock's father Robert - who is president of the Throttle Lockers gang - and four other associates. Only the younger Cocks and Thomas are in custody. In his decision, Chief Justice Lance Finch says the Crown's case is strong and Cocks allegedly played a larger role in the death than five of his co-accused. The case is believed to be the first in BC where a Hell's Angels member has been charged with murder.

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