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Blood-spatter expert testifies at Leslie Greenwood trial – Nova Scotia …

A Nova Scotia couple killed in September 2000 were both shot to death while seated in chairs in their rural home, an RCMP blood-splatter expert testified Thursday at the murder trial of Leslie Greenwood.

Greenwood is on trial in Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Kentville for two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Barry Kirk Mersereau and Nancy Paula Christensen.

It is the second time he has faced trial on the charges. He has pleaded not guilty.

The trial began earlier this month, but there was no testimony this week until Thursday. Justice Jamie Campbell told the jury they may notice Greenwood now has a black eye and is in pain, but said it has nothing to do with the case and warned them not to speculate on why.

Barry Kirk Mersereau, Nancy Paula Christensen

Barry Kirk Mersereau, left, and Nancy Paula Christensen, right, were found dead in September 2000 in their Centre Burlington,

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/leslie-greenwood-trial-jan-25-1.4503315

Blood-spatter expert testifies at Leslie Greenwood trial

A Nova Scotia couple killed in September 2000 were both shot to death while seated in chairs in their rural home, an RCMP blood-splatter expert testified Thursday at the murder trial of Leslie Greenwood.

Greenwood is on trial in Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Kentville for two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Barry Kirk Mersereau and Nancy Paula Christensen.

It is the second time he has faced trial on the charges. He has pleaded not guilty.

The trial began earlier this month, but there was no testimony this week until Thursday. Justice Jamie Campbell told the jury they may notice Greenwood now has a black eye and is in pain, but said it has nothing to do with the case and warned them not to speculate on why.

Barry Kirk Mersereau, Nancy Paula Christensen

Barry Kirk Mersereau, left, and Nancy Paula Christensen, right, were found dead in September 2000 in their Centre Burlington,

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/leslie-greenwood-trial-jan-25-1.4503315

Blood spatter expert testifies at Leslie Greenwood trial

The trial of Leslie Greenwood, accused in the murders of a couple in Centre Burlington, N.S., is nearing its halfway point. 

Greenwood is facing two first-degree murder charges in the killings of Barry Kirk Mersereau and Nancy Paula Christensen in their home on Sept. 9, 2000.

It is the second time he has faced trial on the charges. He has pleaded not guilty.

The jury trial is taking place in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Kentville. 

Blair Rhodes is live blogging from the court. On mobile? Follow along here.

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/leslie-greenwood-trial-jan-25-1.4503315

Terrifying fake car crash scene with blood-splattered bodies horrifies New Jersey locals

A HALLOWEEN display depicting a fake car crash scene with blood-splattered bodies has caused outrage in the US.

Kevin and his wife Krysten Negrotto set up the decorative attraction outside their New Jersey home in Waretown to mark October 31.

 A couple caused outrage over their Halloween display outside their home in New Jersey
A couple caused outrage over their Halloween display outside their home in New Jersey

Images show a bloodied white Toyota pinning a body against a tree with another body on the ground and crime scene tape surrounding the scene.

The couple wrote up a fake news story about Bob the zombie being “zombified by contaminated drinking water by a power plant” and added the other body was named “Zombie Cindy”.

Krysten explained how they used a Toyota Supra car that Kevin uses for drift racing and detached the

Read more at: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4754996/halloween-display-ocean-county-new-jersey-car-crash/

Terrifying fake car crash scene with blood-splattered bodies horrifies …

A HALLOWEEN display depicting a fake car crash scene with blood-splattered bodies has caused outrage in the US.

Kevin and his wife Krysten Negrotto set up the decorative attraction outside their New Jersey home in Waretown to mark October 31.

 A couple caused outrage over their Halloween display outside their home in New Jersey
A couple caused outrage over their Halloween display outside their home in New Jersey

Images show a bloodied white Toyota pinning a body against a tree with another body on the ground and crime scene tape surrounding the scene.

The couple wrote up a fake news story about Bob the zombie being “zombified by contaminated drinking water by a power plant” and added the other body was named “Zombie Cindy”.

Krysten explained how they used a Toyota Supra car that Kevin uses for drift racing and detached the

Read more at: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4754996/halloween-display-ocean-county-new-jersey-car-crash/

The Gratuitous B-Movie Column: Aaron’s Blood

The Gratuitous B-Movie Column Issue #420: Aaron’s Blood

Hello, everyone, and welcome once again to the internets movie review column that is fairly certain that it’s never met a vampire in real life, The Gratuitous B-Movie Column, and I am your host Bryan Kristopowitz. In this issue, issue number four hundred and twenty, I take a look at the low budget vampire movie Aaron’s Blood, which played at various film festivals before finally hitting DVD this past June.

Aaron’s Blood

AaronsBlood

Aaron’s Blood, written and directed by Tommy Stovall, is a low budget horror flick that played at last year’s Scareacon Film Festival. I missed it when it screened, and now that I’ve seen it I’m sorry I didn’t make any sort of effort to check it out (I don’t remember what I saw instead of it). Aaron’s Blood is a damn good low budget vampire movie.

Read more at: https://411mania.com/movies/the-gratuitous-b-movie-column-aarons-blood/

Serial Cleaner for Xbox One review: A blood-splattered stealth puzzler that’s well worth $15

Serial Cleaner is one of those rare titles that show up every now and then and do something unique.

In Serial Cleaner, your job isn’t to run around shooting villains or being a gangster. Instead, it’s your job to clean up the mess after various scenes of carnage have already unfolded.

Working for various shady characters, Bob “The Cleaner” Leaner travels from hit to hit, steam cleaner in hand, removing evidence, mopping up blood, and disposing of dead bodies. Serial Cleaner is certainly among the most unique games I’ve played so far on Xbox One, but is this stealth ’em up worth $15, or is it taking you to the cleaners?

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Serial Cleaner: What you’ll love

Serial Cleaner takes place in the 1970s, and it draws more inspiration from movies than video games. Indeed, you can even discover hidden film reels and unlock

Read more at: https://www.windowscentral.com/serial-cleaner-xbox-one-review

‘My blood, some murder or something’: Man fuzzy on why he was called to testify at triple-murder trial

The triple-murder trial of Ian Bush took a strange twist on Friday when the jury heard that DNA evidence linked another man to the bloody crime scene.

Police had found a partial DNA profile in their sweep of the Riverside Drive condo where retired tax judge Alban Garon, his wife Raymonde, and friend Marie-Claire Beniskos, were bound, beaten and suffocated in June 2007.

Antony Thavaratnam, 57, never set foot in Ottawa until 2009, some two years after the killings.

The Toronto warehouse shipper, who has been ruled out as a suspect, was called to the stand on Friday.

It was a bit of work for him to get to the Elgin Street courthouse. He finished his night shift at 12:45 a.m., went home to change his clothes so he could get to his paper routes (Toronto Sun and Toronto Star), then drove to Ottawa but not before getting lost along the way.

Under examination-in-chief by

Read more at: http://cnews.canoe.com/CNEWS/Crime/2017/04/21/22719477.html

‘My blood, some murder or something’: Man fuzzy on why he was called to testify at triple-murder trial

The triple-murder trial of Ian Bush took a strange twist on Friday when the jury heard that DNA evidence linked another man to the bloody crime scene.

Police had found a partial DNA profile in their sweep of the Riverside Drive condo where retired tax judge Alban Garon, his wife Raymonde, and friend Marie-Claire Beniskos, were bound, beaten and suffocated in June 2007.

Antony Thavaratnam, 57, never set foot in Ottawa until 2009, some two years after the killings.

The Toronto warehouse shipper, who has been ruled out as a suspect, was called to the stand on Friday.

It was a bit of work for him to get to the Elgin Street courthouse. He finished his night shift at 12:45 a.m., went home to change his clothes so he could get to his paper routes (Toronto Sun and Toronto Star), then drove to Ottawa but not before getting lost along the way.

Under examination-in-chief by

Read more at: http://www.ottawasun.com/2017/04/21/my-blood-some-murder-or-something-man-fuzzy-on-why-he-was-called-to-testify-at-triple-murder-trial

‘My blood, some murder or something’: Man fuzzy on why he was called to testify at triple-murder trial

The triple-murder trial of Ian Bush took a strange twist on Friday when the jury heard that DNA evidence linked another man to the bloody crime scene.

Police had found a partial DNA profile in their sweep of the Riverside Drive condo where retired tax judge Alban Garon, his wife Raymonde, and friend Marie-Claire Beniskos, were bound, beaten and suffocated in June 2007.

Antony Thavaratnam, 57, never set foot in Ottawa until 2009, some two years after the killings.

The Toronto warehouse shipper, who has been ruled out as a suspect, was called to the stand on Friday.

It was a bit of work for him to get to the Elgin Street courthouse. He finished his night shift at 12:45 a.m., went home to change his clothes so he could get to his paper routes (Toronto Sun and Toronto Star), then drove to Ottawa but not before getting lost along the way.

Under examination-in-chief by

Read more at: http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/my-blood-some-murder-or-something-man-fuzzy-on-why-he-was-called-to-testify-at-triple-murder-trial