Convicted B.C. child killer tells appeal court he didn’t murder toddler

Convicted B.C. child killer tells appeal court he didn’t murder toddler

Phillip James Tallio, who claims he spent nearly four decades in jail for a murder he did not commit — the 1983 killing of his 22-month-old cousin, Delavina Mack — took the stand Tuesday in bid to convince three B.C. appeal court judges to let him withdraw the guilty plea he entered at age 17.
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