Man who pleaded guilty in brutal Marlene Bird attack wants to change plea
The man who pleaded guilty to brutalizing Marlene Bird now wants to change his plea, according to a report.
Prince Albert, Sask., news agency paNow is reporting that Leslie Black will be getting an expungement hearing in March 2016.
Black, 29, originally pleaded guilty to attempted murder and sexual assault charge in April.
Bird, 48, was cut and burned in the attack which occurred in a Prince Albert parking lot in June 2014. The attack left Bird with such severe injuries that doctors were forced to amputate her legs.