Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Man Accused of Plotting to Kill Wife, Lover's Husband, Says It Was Just Talk

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Man Accused of Plotting to Kill Wife, Lover's Husband, Says It Was Just Talk

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'People talk all the time': accused tells officer

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PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - The trial of two lovers accused of plotting to murder their spouses heard one of the accused tell an undercover officer it was just talk.

Angela Nicholson, 51, and Curtis Vey, 52, are on trial in Prince Albert court on charges of conspiring to kill their spouses, Brigitte Vey and Jim Taylor.

The jury listened Tuesday to audio of Curtis Vey in a cell talking to an undercover RCMP officer on July 6, 2013 -- the day he was arrested.

Much of the recording is Vey and the officer discussing jail food, Vey's farm equipment and the names scratched into the walls of the cell.

Vey also tells the officer that he and Nicholson talked about killing Nicholson's husband, but added, "people talk all the time."

He also said RCMP took his phone and cellphone, but said police wouldn't find anything. …

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