Chris Morris, Canadian Press
Published on Friday, 30 November 2018, at noon. 12:45 EST
Last Updated on Friday, November 30, 2018 at 10:00. 13.41 EST
SAINT JOHN, N.B. – The body grabbed by Richard Oland for many millionaires attracted unwanted attention from a number of Saint John police officers who had just visited the scene to get a look, Dennis Olain's murder trial said on Friday.
"I firmly ordered them to get out of my crime scene," Sgt. Marc Smith said he described the proximity of two unauthorized weapons around the body on the day it was discovered on July 7, 2011.
Smith was an officer responsible for collecting forensic evidence in a terrible assassination scenario at the center of Xinjiang Richard Oland, a 69-year-old businessman and former Moosehead Breweries Ltd. executive director, who was defeated until his death on July 6, 2011.
The photographs show Holland, who is at his table, his skull has been damaged by a repeated blow from a weapon that was never found. On the upper side of the body there is a large blood bottle.
Dutchman's only son Dens, 50, has been judged by a second-degree murder. This is Holland's second trial – the jury's conviction in the first trial in 2015 was canceled in an appeal.
Prosecutors told the court that it was a "rough" killing caused by Dennis Olanda's serious financial problems. Aizsaka maintains that Dennis, who firmly maintains his innocence, is the victim of a police investigation and police investigation.
The two officers who pulled Smith's anger were Inspector Glens McCloskey, later Sen-John's Deputy Chief of Police and now retired, and Const. Greg Orams On this day McCloskey's second visit was on the spot, and he admitted in the first trial that he is the second time, just out of "curiosity."
The New Brunswick Police Commission initially investigated McCloskey's actions after another official said that the deputy chairman wanted him to not find out the trial for his presence at the crime scene. However, a more detailed investigation was canceled after McCloskey retirement.
Smith said that the two officers left when he issued them.
The defense requires the police to raise serious court questions indicating that there was insufficient due diligence to prevent pollution of the crime scene, as well as the inadequate testing of such areas as a potential back door for escape routes and offices.
Deputy Prime Minister Smith was not tested on Friday. He will be back again.
Two other police officers on the stand Friday, Const. Rob Carlisle and Const. Don Weber described the work they carried out during the investigation with Holland, which was questioned by Crown Prosecutor P.J. Veniot
Both were instructed to look for evidence, including everything that might have been a weapon of murder, and they also collected video surveillance footage from nearby businesses.
Carlisle said that he was told that from 6 July 2011 he was asked to search for a video of the river's pedestrian cause, in particular to show that everyone wearing beige trousers was about 5 feet 10 inches tall and wearing a dark mammal .
"No word is mentioned," said Carl.
On July 6, 2011, Dennis Oland was captured by wearing beige trousers and a brown jacket. He visited this father's office this week and is the last known person to have seen Richard Oland live.