Man sentenced for shooting five people on reserve

A 27-year-old man was sentenced his life in prison for shooting five people on the Penticton Reserve in British Columbia.

Dustin Paul was convicted by a jury last September of second-degree murder and attempted murder. He killed two people, including his cousin, and wounded three others at a party in 2004.

Paul said he was intoxicated on drugs and alcohol, which the judge accepted in saying Paul can seek parole after 16 years.

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