Canada Reconstruction cop to testify at Millard trial

12:06  14 june  2018
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Coroner defends calling Wayne Millard's death suicide

  Coroner defends calling Wayne Millard's death suicide TORONTO - The coroner who initially ruled an aviation executive's death a suicide has told a murder trial he believed there was a "reasonable chance" Wayne Millard killed himself, but that it was possible someone else pulled the trigger of the gun found beside him. Dr. David Evans says he ruled the death a suicide within two days of Millard's body being found in his home in November 2012 but noted that a request for a toxicology test at the time was turned down.

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a man looking at the camera: Dellen Millard is on trial for the first-degree murder of his father, Wayne Millard. © Local News RSS EN-CA Dellen Millard is on trial for the first-degree murder of his father, Wayne Millard.

TORONTO - A Toronto police crime scene reconstruction expert is expected to testify at the murder trial of a twice-convicted murderer accused of killing his father, whose death was initially ruled a suicide.

Dellen Millard, 32, of Toronto, has pleaded not guilty to killing his 71-year-old father, Wayne Millard, on Nov. 29, 2012.

Millard called his father a failure and blamed him for Millardair's financial woes shortly before his death.

He told police he last saw his father the day before and that his dad suffered from bouts of depression.

The trial has heard that Millard bought the handgun found beside his father's body from a weapons dealer months earlier and court documents show his DNA was found on the handle of the gun.

The prosecution's case at the first-degree murder trial is winding down with the Crown expected to finish on Friday.

Crucial Crown evidence ruled out as Dellen Millard's murder trial nears end .
A police expert's testimony suggesting that an aviation executive whose death was initially ruled a suicide could not have killed himself was dismissed Friday as biased and unreliable. Det. Const. Grant Sutherland, a shooting reconstruction officer with Toronto police, told court last week that after forensic testing he believed it was unlikely Wayne Millard shot himself in the face on Nov. 29, 2012. This Week's Circulars require(["c.deferred"], function () { require({ js: '//

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