WINNIPEG – A man accused of killing a Manitoba woman eight years ago has failed again in his ongoing attempts to plead guilty to the crime.
Traigo Andretti stood in front of a judge at the Winnipeg law courts again Tuesday, asking if he could plead guilty to the second-degree murder of Myrna Letandre for the third time and for a third time, a judge said no.
Andretti is already serving a life sentence for killing and dismembering his wife in British Columbia.
He was brought before a judge in June to face the charge in the death of Letandre and tried for the first time to plead guilty, but the judge gave him a month to reconsider his decision not to hire a lawyer.
Andretti refused to meet with a lawyer several times and in July…
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