The wheels are in motion for the 3 men convicted in the execution-style murder of Nadia Gehl to appeal.  

This morning’s Record reports, both Ron Cyr and Dennis Zvolensky have made their intentions known by filing notices with the Ontario Court of Appeal.

Nashat Qahwash is reportedly in the process of filing his appeal.

The 28-year-old Gehl was shot and killed in 2009 as she walked to a bus stop in Kitchener near the Sunrise Centre at Fischer Hallman and Ottawa.

The crown argued Gehl’s husband, Ron Cyr, hired the two other men to carry out the murder. He was listed as the sole beneficiary of a $500,000 life insurance police on his wife.

All 3 took the witness stand during their trial, which was held in Hamilton, with each  blaming the other two for the killing.

The paper says that defence lawyers agree one of the main grounds will be the judge mistakenly ruled the friends should all go to trial together.

The 3 were sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years.