He called it “mission digestion” and it gave his girlfriend a good laugh.
The court was shown text conversations from 2013 between Dellen Millard and Christina Noudga at the Tim Bosma murder trial.
May 6 – 7:40 p.m.
DM: “I’m on my way to a mission now. If it’s a flop I will be done in 2 hrs. If it goes. It will be an all nighter”
May 6 – 10:47 p.m.
CN: “so u finish?”
DM: “gonna be an all nighter”
May 7 – 8:26 a.m.
CN: “Still working?”
DM: “Stage 1 complete. Taking a respite”
By now, Tim Bosma is dead and his body was incinerated.
Also revealed through a series of messages was that Millard was juggling multiple women.
The Bosma family was visibly annoyed in court as the jury was shown messages from the multiple women, each apparently competing for Millard’s attention.
May 9, Millard asks Nougda if she can help, “tiny mission-could use your help” she agrees. “Pick me up 830pm.”
At 10:22 p.m., Millard sends friend, Shane Schlatman a series of text messages:
“I can’t stop thinking what that family is going through”, referring to the family of Tim Bosma.
“I want to take it back”, texts Millard. “But I’m a little concerned how it’s going to play out”
Schlatman responds, “that’s a tough call man. have u considered going to cops. Tell em ya bought a truck but it’s warm.”
Millard: “hypothetically, if this is the same one. I’m in a lot of jeapordy. What truck?”
Millard, 30, and Mark Smich, 28, are on trial for the first-degree murder of Tim Bosma, the Ancaster dad who 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.