I will be live tweeting from the virtual parole hearing for Paul #Bernardo@PBC_CLCC. It's set to get underway at 10 am. Only accredited media and accredited observers are invited to attend
Bernardo is sitting alone in a room with a window behind him. Wearing a blue t-shirt. He says "good morning" and confirms he wants the hearing held in english. He seems relaxed. His hair is neatly cut with short sideburns
Jun 21, 2021 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
I'm back in virtual court in London, Ontario where terror suspect Nathaniel Veltman is about to appear, charged with fatal attack on a Muslim family 2 weeks ago globalnews.ca/news/7966977/s…
Veltman is appearing from Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre in London. There have been dozens of other accused appearing before him. No telling when the 20 year old will be up.
Mar 16, 2021 • 154 tweets • 29 min read
Outside the courthouse in Oshawa now where Justice Joseph Di Luca will be delivering his judgement in the Adam Strong murder trial at 9:30 am. It’s also being live streamed on YouTube. Will be live tweeting the verdict
As well as being shown on zoom, There are 10 people allowed inside the courtroom where the judgement will be delivered. Adam Strong is in the prisoner’s box. And there is an overflow room that accommodates 60 people I’m told. I’m watching from the verdict from our live truck.
Feb 5, 2019 • 106 tweets • 16 min read
Back in Superior Court for day 2 of the Bruce McArthur sentencing hearing. The courtroom is about half full today. Justice John McMahon has just entered the courtroom. More victim impact statements to be heard before the crown and defence make sentencing submissions
The serial killer has just walked in. Hunched over as usual wearing black jeans and the same plaid shirt & black cable knit sweater as yesterday. Crown telling McMahon, a sketch artist is requesting to sit in front of the bar so she can get a better view of Bruce McArthur
Feb 4, 2019 • 101 tweets • 17 min read
Massive line-up outside courtroom 6-1, the largest courtroom at Superior Court for Day 1 of serial killer Bruce McArthur’s sentencing hearing. Everyone must go through a metal detector before entering the courtroom. Metal detectors at also the front doors of the courthouse
This morning we expect to hear a long version of the agreed statement of facts. That could take quite awhile as the crown will likely go through each victim. How they met Bruce McArthur, how they were killed, dismembered and disposed of.