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Teen says she punched but didn't kill Ashlee Hyatt

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Friends and family members started a "justice for Ashlee" campaign in memory of 16-year-old Ashlee Hyatt. (Charrie Hyatt/Facebook)
The teenager accused of killing Ashlee Hyatt at a Peachland house party in 2010 has testified that while she fought with Hyatt the night of her death, she didn't stab and kill her.

Hyatt died on June 2, 2010 after being involved in a fight outside a house party

For the past two weeks, the Crown has laid out its case against the 18-year-old accused of Hyatt's murder, but on Tuesday she took the stand in her own defense.

Reporter Brady Strachan has been following this story closely.
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