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High court to decide on murder extraditions

High court to decide on murder extraditionsUndated photos provided by the Nashua, N.H. Police Dept. show Anthony Barnaby (left) and David Caplin (right). THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, HO

OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada will hear two extradition cases tied to a decades-old double murder in New Hampshire.

Anthony Barnaby and David Caplin are wanted by American authorities in a renewed investigation into the 1988 murders of two women.

Barnaby was tried three times in the killings of Charlene Ranstrom and Brenda Warner, but each trial ended in a hung jury and charges were dismissed after the third mistrial.

Caplin was charged, but the charges were dropped after some evidence was ordered excluded.

The investigation was re-opened in 2010 and the federal government ordered both men extradited.

The Quebec Court of Appeal overturned Barnaby's extradition, but declined to interfere in Caplin's case.

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