Dexter Killer Edmonton

March 21, 2011 by staff 

Dexter Killer Edmonton, The murder trial of Edmonton director Mark Twitchell resumed Monday with testimony from his former wife in the couple’s strained relationship.

Jess Twitchell, 35, said the couple had met in the fall of 2005 on a dating website and married in January 2007. In the fall of 2008, things in the relationship “were not good,” said Jess the courtroom.

“We lived lives very particular,” he said.

Marcos was sleeping in the basement, Jess recalled, while Jessica and her daughter Chloe, now three, were sleeping in the master bedroom.

Jess said she stopped living with Mark October, , when police arrived at his home in St. Albert and said “they thought that Mark had killed someone,” the court heard.

Asked about a film Mark shot in late September 2008 – a film called House of Cards that the claims of the Crown reflected the way that Mark killed his alleged victim – Jess said it was a “horror movie” inspired, Marcos said his marriage problems and his interest in the horror genre.

Twitchell, 31, is charged with first-degree murder.

In a keynote address to the jury on Wednesday, Crown prosecutor Lawrence Van Dyke Twitchell said he wanted “the experience of killing another human being.”

To do that, Twitchell used an Internet dating service to lure Johnny Alting to a garage on the pretext of an appointment or a sexual encounter is possible, “said Van Dyke.

And once your trap the killer was suspended, “Van Dyke said Twitchell killed at 38 years old, Alting so forceful in the head with a copper pipe and stabbed to death with a hunting knife.

The courtroom heard Twitchell then proceeded to dismember the body of their prey and dispose of remains in a sewer of the City of Edmonton.

Jurors were then bombarded with disturbing pictures of the police details of the alleged murder Alting.

The images – on a large screen in the darkened courtroom of Edmonton – the game includes images of a hunter game processing, the city police Const. Nancy Allen described the jury as a piece of 12 “killing a whole.”

Among the tools in the game was a butcher knife, skinner knife, a boning / fillet knife, cutters, spreaders a saw, a fork and the rib.


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