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Case against suspect in Tori Stafford case put over to Oct. 1 in Woodstock

WOODSTOCK, Ont. - A 19-year-old woman charged in the kidnapping and death of eight-year-old Tori Stafford has made another court appearance.

WOODSTOCK, Ont. - A 19-year-old woman charged in the kidnapping and death of eight-year-old Tori Stafford has made another court appearance.

Terri-Lynne McClintic appeared in a Woodstock, Ont., court via a video link and a new court date was set for Oct. 1. Her lawyer, Jeanine Leroy, says there is a "substantial amount of evidence" to review before the case goes any further.

"It's a hard drive full of disclosure and it's going to take a substantial amount of time to completely review," she said outside court.

McClintic and a fellow Woodstock resident, 28-year-old Michael Rafferty, are both charged with first-degree murder and kidnapping.

Leroy said she expects to be speaking with the Crown after reviewing the disclosure and discussing it with her client.

"We will weave through all of it and make a determination after that as to where we go with this matter."

Tori disappeared on April 8 as she was leaving school and her remains were found in a field north of Guelph, Ont., on July 19.

Her father, Rodney Stafford, is currently on a bicycle ride to Alberta to pay tribute to his daughter and to raise funds for Child Find Ontario.

 
 
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