Jason McKay murder trial ends with guilty verdict

A Regina man has found been guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his wife.

47-year old Jason McKay received the verdict after a three-week trial.

In September of 2017, Jenny McKay was stabbed to death in the couple’s Angus Street home.

The judge in the case said he found McKay’s testimony as not being credible and said in a 34 page decision that he is satisfied that the Crown has proven without a reasonable doubt that he is guilty of second-degree murder.

The sentence for second-degree murder is life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 years, but the Crown is expected to ask for more.

Sentencing is April 3.

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