Ian Bush is a “failure and coward” who attempted to rewrite his own sorry history by tying up and murdering three people, a Crown prosecutor alleged in his closing arguments to a jury Monday.
Bush is on trial for three counts of first-degree murder in the slayings of retired tax court judge Alban Garon, his wife, Raymonde Garon, both 77, and their neighbour Marie-Claire Beniskos, 78. The three seniors were killed in the Garons’ luxury condominium on Riverside Drive on June 29, 2007.
In his closing address to a jury, prosecutor James Cavanagh argued that the accused killer was “disgraced and humiliated” in front of his family when it was revealed he owed his mother $60,000. Bush was angry at Revenue Canada for holding back money he thought he was owed when he decided to “lash out at those he held responsible,” said Cavanagh.
Cavanagh alleged that’s when Bush plotted the murder of