Jurors at the Tim Bosma murder trial will once again be hearing testimony this week from forensic computer analysts.
They’ll get more details about a series of messages found on an iPad and Blackberry that were seized from the home of co-accused Mark Smich.
Last week, analyst Michael Ryder suggested the messages were between Smich and Dellen Millard the night Tim Bosma disappeared.
One incoming message was from at 7:36 in the evening, just over an hour before Bosma was last seen, that read: “eta 8pm.”
It’s believed there are also messages between Smich and his girlfriend, Marlena Meneses.
She is scheduled to take the witness stand on Thursday.
However, the Crown won’t be able to confirm that the conversations were between those three people until testimony from another forensic expert who is expected to be on the stand early this week.
Millard and Smich have pleaded not guilty of first-degree murder in Bosma’s death.
The Ancaster father disappeared May 6, 2013 after taking two men for a test drive in his pickup truck.
The Crown believes Bosma was shot point-blank in the truck and then incinerated.