One of the men accused in the death of Tim Bosma will return to the stand Monday, this time to face cross examination from his co-accused’s lawyer.
Mark Smich testified last week that it was Dellen Millard who pulled the trigger on May 6th, 2013 killing the 36-year-old Ancaster man.
The 28-year-old said he followed behind in another vehicle while Millard took Bosma’s truck on a test drive. When Millard suddenly stopped the vehicle, Smich said he saw Bosma’s body in the front passenger seat.
Smich said he was terrified of Millard and described him as a lunatic. He said the now 30-year-old forced him to help clean up Bosma’s truck and get rid of evidence including a gun he believed was used to kill Bosma.
Smich said he buried it in a forest in Oakville, but couldn’t remember where.
According to Smich’s testimony, it was Millard who burned Bosma’s body in an animal incinerator.
When he takes the stand on Monday, Smich will face questions from Millard’s lawyer.
After the Crown rested its case last week, Millard’s lawyer said his client would not take the stand to testify in his own defence.
Both Millard and Smich have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in Tim Bosma’s death.