Ontario Justice Andrew Goodman imposes eight-year sentence on Peter Khill in shooting death of Jonathan Styres

HAMILTON –  Peter Khill will spend the next eight years in penitentiary for the shooting death of Six Nations’ Jonathan Styres. Khill shot and killed Styres, firing twice at the father of two, the second time while Styres was on his hands and knees, defence lawyer Jeffrey Manishen told the court (Tuesday June 6 2023) . Khill shot Styres with a pump-action shot gun and as  Stryes fell onto his knees, facing Khill,  he shot him again in the driveway of his Binbrooke home. Khill  claimed he heard noise coming from oustide and decided to grab his gun and headed out to his driveway in the early morning hours of February 4, 2016  where he  claimed he saw Styres  trying to steal his truck. The young Six Nations man was…

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