Robert Baltovich, 1990.
Robert Baltovich leaves the Don
Jail in Toronto on Dec. 2, 2004, after Ontario's Appeal
his second-degree murder conviction and ordered a new trial.
(J.P. Moczulski/Canadian Press)
Baltovich walks out of the Don Jail with lawyer James Lockyer,
left, after a new trial
in the conviction in the
murder of his
girlfriend 12 years ago was ordered by Ontario's
Appeal Court in
Toronto on December 2, 2004.
Robert Baltovich leaves the Superior Court
building in Toronto, October 16, 2007.
(Shannon Kari/National Post)
Robert Baltovich is surrounded by reporters as he waits to enter
a Toronto courtroom on Wednesday
April 16, 2008. A jury has found
Baltovich not guilty of second-degree murder in the killing of his
girlfriend Elizabeth Bain, a University of Toronto student who
disappeared in 1990.
(Colin McConnell/Toronto Star).
Robert Baltovich, seen outside court in downtown Toronto on April
Robert Baltovich speaks outside a Toronto courthouse on April 22,
after his acquittal
in the 1990 killing of his girlfriend, Elizabeth Bain.
Elizabeth Marie Bain, 22, disappeared as she made her way to the
University of Toronto's Scarborough
campus in the early evening of
June 19, 1990. Her body was never found. Nearly 18 years later,
Robert Baltovich has been found not guilty in Bain's murder after he
was convicted in 1992.
Baltovich's lawyer maintains sex killer Paul
Bernardo was behind Bain's disappearance.