Man accused in Canadian gay killings

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A man sought in the killings of two gay men in Nova Scotia has been convicted of killing a man in New York state while fleeing police.

Glen D. Race, 26, faces life in prison without parole in the killing of Darcy Manor, 35, last year at a camp in upstate New York. No sentencing date has been set.

If he receives the full sentence in New York it is unlikely he will stand trial for the killings of two gay Canadian men whose bodies were found in rural areas of Nova Scotia.

The body of Trevor Charles Brewster, 45, was found in May last year under a boardwalk in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and Michael Paul Knott, 44, was found a week earlier in a wooded area in Mill Cove, west of Halifax.

The killings prompted police to warn gay men last week about cruising in remote parks.

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