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\Nobody will let me forget\: Witness testifies at Oland murder retrial about \thumps\-Breitex-img
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\'Nobody will let me forget\': Witness testifies at Oland murder retrial about \'thumps\'

by:Breitex      2020-06-21
A Royal witness in the case of Dennis Oran\'s murder retrial insisted that he heard the \"thum bang\" from Richard Olende Sante John\'s office
At that time, the accused was seen opposite the town of Rothesay.
Anthony Shaw testified on Wednesday that he was working downstairs in print Plus on July 6, 2011, when he heard a \"huge crash, a very serious crash\", followed by a 7: 30m.
\"This is my best guess,\" he said . \"
Xiao said he recalled the day \"because no one will let me forget about it.
\"His testimony is the key to this case.
The defense submitted a video of atimestampedsecurity showing Oland shopping at random with his wife at pharmacies and country markets around 07:38m.
In the neighboring ofRothesay community, about 15-or 20-
It is only a few minutes drive from the city.
In the first trial of Oland in 2015, Xiao testified that, in retrospect, he believed that the voice he heard was killed by olfahad Oland.
Officials said it was up to the court to decide whether Xiao\'s \"guess\" about the time the noise was made was accurate and whether they were the voices of the victim who was beaten to death.
The pathologist who performed the autopsy testified earlier in the trial that the victim could only survive \"a few minutes\" after being attacked \".
Dennis Oran, 50, is on trial for the second time.
The murder of his father\'s death.
He was the last to see him alive, and he visited him at the Canterbury Street office at about 5: 35 that night. m.
He told the police he left around 6: 30. m.
69 bodies-year-
The next morning, the old man was found in the office, and his face fell down in a pool of blood.
He went through 45 times. and blunt-
Head, neck and hand injuries.
The jury found his only son guilty in 2015.
But the New Brunswick Court of Appeal overturned his conviction on the grounds that the trial judge had misdirected the jury.
Wednesday is the 25 th of his judge. alone retrial.
The proceedings are scheduled to continue at 9: 30 Thursday. m.
When the royal family called the next witness
Xiao testified in his first trial that he heard a \"huge crash\" and then \"could have 10 duplicate Voices\" by 8 in the evening\"m. —
Sometime around 7: 30m. , or 7:45 p. m.
According to Const, Xiao initially told the police on the day the victim\'s body was found that the noise occurred at \"8ish \".
Notes by Stephen Davidson
Dennis Oran\'s trial heard a \"heavy strike\" from the victim\'s office. The retrial has yet to hear the voice of John sunworth, the owner of the print Plus that night with Shaw.
Ainsworth testified before that he heard an initial heavy strike, a slight lag, and then heard eight to ten heavy hits at some point between 6 p, like\"m. and 8 p. m.
During the presentation to the police on July 8, 2011, ainsworth put the time here about 30 to 45 minutes before a customer came in to send a fax.
The email was timed at 8: 11. m.
On Wednesday, Shaw told the court that he had stopped printing Plus on the first floor, 52 Canterbury Street.
July 6, 2011 night 6 point. m.
Visit his former boss and friend andsworth as he often does.
That night, he was helping Ainsworth with a computer project when they heard the voice of Richard Olander\'s second child --
He was later found in the office of the body hit by a stick.
\"If so, what did you do?
Asked prosecutor Jill knee.
\"We did nothing.
We just looked at each other and stopped. \"Xiao replied.
He said that he owned a similar building and had a noise complaint about similar sounds that proved to be a tenant who assembled the furniture together.
\"It seems to me that maybe they do something in the office, put something down, or hang something on the wall and work after work,\" he said . \".
When asked when he heard the voices, Xiao said he \"had some time\" after arriving at 6 \". m.
\"Quite a long time\" before leaving at 9\"m.
He also recalled a man who came in at about 8: 00 in the evening. m.
Send a fax, which helps as a \"reference point \".
So I guess it\'s about 7: 30. m.
\"Shaw said he didn\'t hear anything unusual after that, and when he smoked four or five times before he went out, he didn\'t see anyone coming and going from the building.
The survey of 2018 continues. The retrial also heard evidence from forensic video analyst GrantFredericks, including his supplementary report for St. John\'s police three months ago.
He was retained on July 6, 2018.
Seven years after Richard Oland was killed
Compare Dennis ollan\'s silver Volkswagen Golf city with a variety of security videos from July 6, 2011.
The video shows that later that evening, near Richard Olende Sophos, a silver car passed through the King Street clock at the Irving convenience store in Rosay, and a video of Canadian Tires in East St. John\'s the next morning.
According to the Frederick report of October, his results are uncertain. 18, 2018.
He wrote that Oland\'s car and the car in the video were \"consistent\" and seemed to be \"similar\" but \"there was no obvious difference \".
When Oland defended himself at his first trial, he confirmed that the car in the video was his.
\"It\'s me again.
\"That\'s what I drove by,\" he mentioned the video of driving a silver car in front of his father\'s office building at 6: 21. m.
First revealed he went to the office three times that night instead of going twice as he initially told the police.
The court heard that an analysis conducted by Frederick on March 2012 compared the clothes seized from olland\'s home with the clothes he wore in various security videos on the day of the killing, and there was no
One of the items was the brown sports jacket that was stained with blood in Oran.
Olland told police he was wearing a navy coat when he went to visit his father that night, but security footage and witness testimony showed that he was actually wearing a brown sports jacket.
The jacket was dry-cleaned the morning after he was questioned by the police, officials said, and later found that the blood and DNA from four areas above matched his father\'s profile.
Olandconfirmed confirmed in his testimony at the first trial that he was wearing a brown sports jacket that night.
Wash did not recall Frederick, who runs a forensic video solution in Spokane.
The Crown and defense agreed to use his video testimony at the first trial in Oland on 2015.
It plays on several monitors in court.
Blood-stained sports jacket, he can\'t say for sure whether the jacket worn in the video is the same as the \"known\" seized jacket due to the low resolution of the compressed video.
Fredericks found two massage bathtubs on the right. hand side, a V-
Cut off at the lapels, with four buttons on the left sleeve and a pocket on the chest. On mobile?
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After careful study of the known [seized]
Jacket. . . The questioned jacket worn with the male number one [DennisOland]
\"I have formed the view that the jacket known and challenged is of the same class,\" Fredericks said in his report . \".
\"The challenged jacket is difficult to distinguish from the known jacket.
Since there is no unique feature in the video that can uniquely identify the challenged jacket, it is not possible to state that it is the same jacket.
\"However, as the jacket being questioned, the known jacket cannot be eliminated.
Frederickres came to the same conclusion about a blue and white checkered J.
The police believe he was wearing a crew dress shirt the night his father was killed. grey J.
Police believe he was wearing a surveillance video at a convenience store at 10: 32. m.
The retrial has heard that there were four faint red stains on the front of the shirt that night, a faded brown stain on the left lower sleeve, and a faded stain on the inside of the right cuff.
The forensic laboratory did not detect anyone\'s blood or DNA on the shirt that was washed by the dry cleaner.
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