“There was never any test drive on May 6, and Tim Bosma never stood a chance, once Dellen Millard and Mark Smich got into his Dodge 3500.”
According to Crown Attorney Craig Fraser, Bosma was shot and killed almost as soon as he left his Ancaster home, killed in a field almost next door to his home, in the same field where Smich claims they parked the Yukon.
Fraser pulled up testimony from Rick Bowman, a neighbour who said he saw two trucks pull out of his property that night, as he walked his dogs.
He reported it to police, saying it was suspicious.
Smich testified he had gotten out of the Bosma pick-up, and that Millard told him to follow in the Yukon. He said Millard did a u-turn. Bowman’s testimony says otherwise; nothing in fact about a u-turn, just that two trucks pulled out together.
“He’s wrong,” Smich said.
“He’s wrong Mr. Smich, is that your story?” Fraser mocked. “You know why you were in that field? Because you killed him You killed Mr. Bosma, stopped in Brantford to re-position his body at Bobcat, and you followed him because it was a choice you made. It was part of the plan.”
Smich said “no, I was terrified.”
“If that’s the case,” Fraser pointed out, “you wouldn’t have followed Mr. Millard.”