Tori Stafford Murder
March 27, 2012 by staff
Tori Stafford Murder, Just days after Victoria (Tori) Stafford’s disappearance, the man accused in her murder told a former girlfriend he had plans to help search for the missing girl, court heard Tuesday.
“(He said) that a friend of a friend’s daughter went missing and that weekend he was going to go look for her,” said Barbara Armstrong.
Armstrong, 44, was testifying at the trial of Michael Rafferty, who has pleaded not guilty to charges of first-degree murder, kidnapping and sexual assault causing bodily harm in connection with the eight-year-old girl’s death. It’s not clear if Rafferty ever took part in any search.
The mother of two also told the court she had sold Rafferty drugs an hour after Tori was abducted outside her school in Woodstock, Ont., on April 8, 2009.
Her remains weren’t found until three months later in a rural field near Mount Forest, Ont., about two hours travel from where she was last seen alive. When they met up again days later, Rafferty appeared “stressed out” and “haggard,” Armstrong said.
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