Nadir Sachak continued to grill Mark Smich, the fourth day on the stand for the co-accused.
The lawyer for the other accused, Dellen Millard, wondered how the body of of a 6-foot, 170-pound man got inside of the incinerator.
Millard, 30, and Mark Smich, 28, are on trial for the first-degree murder of 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.
Smich told the court that he never touched Bosma’s body.
He says he refused to take part and help Millard dispose of the body, telling him his shoulder “was acting up”.
“It would be physically impossible for one man to put Bosma’s body inside,” argued Sachak.
“He worked out,” Smich said. “He did gymnastics. He was much bigger than he is now.”
Smich has already testified that he never saw Millard place Bosma’s body inside The Eliminator
Sachak questioned how Smich, who claimed to be afraid of Millard, didn’t run or tell police what had happened.
Instead, Smich stayed and helped hook the incinerate up to Bosma’s truck before washing off the contents, stripping it down, and then driving to Oakville to pick up his his girlfriend.
“The evidence is Millard shot and killed Mr. Bosma!” Smich snapped. “He incinerated him inside his incinerator. Parked the truck at his mother’s property. That’s the facts. That’s the evidence. That’s the truth.”
“I am sitting here now testifying as an innocent man,” Smich continued. “If you want stories, you can ask your client Walt Disney over there.”
Walt Disney being an apparent reference to Millard.