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The Canadian Press
TORONTO — A Toronto-born woman whose DNA was linked to the murder of a Toronto Maple Leafs player has been released from police custody and ordered to enter pleas for a charge of second-degree murder.
In her first court appearance after being released last week, a woman identifying herself as Amanda Blackburn said police released her when she refused to sign the paperwork acknowledging she was criminally responsible for the death of Ryan O’Reilly, who was stabbed to death in early July.
Barratt Blackburn told court Friday that the 26-year-old has told her she wants to plead guilty to a lesser charge of second-degree murder. She made no immediate comment when she entered the courtroom.
“I’m not here to make a plea.” she said through her lawyer, Mark Zukerman. “I am here to tell the court the truth and apologize to Mr. Ryan.”
The 29-year-old Blackburn is in custody after a judge ordered jail officials to remove her from the facility following her arrest during a road-rage crash in June.
Police say Blackburn was driving a car with O’Reilly’s friend and former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford at the time of the Sept. 27, 2012, killing.
The Crown has charged the woman with second-degree murder, causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene of a crash.
Police say Blackburn admitted driving the victim’s car, but was not involved in the collision.
The defence has asked for a jury trial, arguing any charge that can be proven is serious.
Blackburn, whose mother has also taken the stand, has been charged in two
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