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Text messages used as evidence in Prince George murder trial

On February 17, 2011, neighbours near Fort George park heard six or seven gun shots. Hours later, police found Nathan Marshall dead behind a snowbank in his own front yard on Hemlock. Now, one of Marshall's friends is on trial for "pre-meditated murder." As CBC news reporter Betsy Trumpener tells Daybreak North host Robert Doane, text messages and social media took centre stage at the trial.

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