“Mission accomplished,” Crown attorney Craig Fraser repeated during cross examination of Mark Smich.
Fraser reminded Smich of the testimony given by Smich’s own girlfriend.
On May 7, 2013, Smich and co-accused Dellen Millard picked up Marlena Meneses from her Oakville home.
It was mere hours after Ancaster father Tim Bosma was shot and killed, his body incinerated.
Meneses testified that the two men accused in Bosma’s murder were “so happy” that night; “jumping up and down in their seats,” Meneses told the court. “They were bopping”.
Meneses said she was told by the pair that “the mission” had gone well.
When Fraser reminded Smich of his former girlfriend’s testimony, the co-accused corrected the Crown, “[Millard] is happy because he got the vehicle.”
“No!” Fraser slammed. “You were celebrating the death and incineration of another human being.”
Tony Dungey, lawyer for Millard, stood up and asked Smich how exhausted he must be during his 9th day on the stand.
“You don’t get much sleep in jail,” Dungey pointed out.
Then, he asked Smich point-blank, “did you kill Mr. Bosma?”
“No,” Smich responds.