Date to be set for Nanaimo sawmill-murders trial

The man accused of killing two workers at a Nanaimo sawmill in April 2014 is expected to be back in Nanaimo Supreme Court May 25, when a date is to be set for his murder trial.

Kevin Douglas Addison, a former employee of the Western Forest Products mill, is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder with a firearm.

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Two employees at the mill, Michael Lunn and Fred McEachern, were shot and killed. Tony Sudar was shot in the face, but made a full recovery. Another injured man, Earl Kelly, required a longer stay in hospital.

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