Trevor Crawley

(Canadian Press)

Former husband and wife get jail time in B.C. child bride case

Emily and Brandon Blackmore sentenced for taking a child to the U.S. to marry their religious leader

(Canadian Press)
UPDATED: Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty in B.C.’s landmark polygamy trial

UPDATED: Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty in B.C.’s landmark polygamy trial

The two church leaders were accused of having multiple wives.

UPDATED: Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty in B.C.’s landmark polygamy trial
Brandon Blackmore (pictured) and Emily Ruth Gail Blackmore are both convicted for the removal of a child from Canada charges and were in Cranbrook Supreme Court on Friday to attend a sentencing hearing.

UPDATE: Crown asks for jail time for Bountiful polygamy case

Sentencing hearing begins for polygamy members and parents who took teenage daughter to marry leader

Brandon Blackmore (pictured) and Emily Ruth Gail Blackmore are both convicted for the removal of a child from Canada charges and were in Cranbrook Supreme Court on Friday to attend a sentencing hearing.
Jim Oler (front) walks towards the Cranbrook Law Courts building in February. Oler, who is associated with a fundamentalist Mormon sect, is currently on trial for polygamy charges. (Trevor Crawley/Cranbrook Townsman)

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Jim Oler (front) walks towards the Cranbrook Law Courts building in February. Oler, who is associated with a fundamentalist Mormon sect, is currently on trial for polygamy charges. (Trevor Crawley/Cranbrook Townsman)
Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case

Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case

A former couple from Bountiful, B.C. have been convicted of taking a 13-year-old girl out of the country to be married.

Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case