At least witnesses are expected to be called, some dealing with the intricacies of DNA evidence.
His superiors castigated him not so much for his theory but his outspoken defence of it, as though the problem might vanish if it remained unspoken.
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Pickton tells you about the importance of his relationship with his brother. A video of the first segment of that interview was played in a New Westminster courtroom Tuesday, as Mike Petrie, heading a seven-member team of Crown prosecutors, began building his case against Pickton in a trial limited to six of the women he is charged with killing. Even by , Kim Rossmo, a Vancouver police inspector with an expertise in geographic profiling, was the only senior officer to raise the possibility that one or more serial killers were at work. His superiors castigated him not so much for his theory but his outspoken defence of it, as though the problem might vanish if it remained unspoken. Both the Crown and defence say the extraordinary length is necessary, despite—and perhaps because of—the damning collection of body parts found at the farm, and the complexity of the investigation. David, his brother, owns a salvage company. He described how the heads were bisected with a reciprocating saw and some—together with hands and feet severed with clinical precision—were found in buckets in a freezer, and in a garbage pail on the farm.