Nyki Kish was convicted on March 1, 2011, of second-degree murder for the stabbing death of Ross Hammond in Toronto, Canada, on August 8, 2007. Kish has steadfastly maintained her innocence since her arrest and there is no credible evidence to justify her conviction.
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- Nyki’s case was not heard by a jury. The case was ruled on by Judge Nordheimer J. on March 1, 2011
“It is terrifying to be continually punished for this crime I did not commit. And it is damning to have to wonder why every night. I am no murderer and my heart is not selfish. If I was responsible for the death of another human being, I would have never plead not guilty. I would never suffer everyone involved this costly pain. This long, mentally diminishing, emotionally incapacitating process, this is the stuff true nightmares are made of. I did not kill Ross Hammond and I wish I had proven myself innocent beyond a reasonable doubt as I am innocent.”
– Nicole Kish at her sentencing on April 4, 2011