Chris Morris, The Canadian Press
Friday, November 22, 2018 12:16 a.m. AST
Last update Thursday, November 22, 2018 4:42 PM AST
SAN JUAN, N.B. – That day, he was condemned to death, while Richard Oland was working at a Saint-John office, where he appeared in a multi-million employer and was pleased to see his son, Dennis, a genealogy and a Dutch family tree.
Seven years later, Dennis Oland is being judged for the second time, on the day of 2011, with his father's death dead, and prosecutors have said that court money was a reason.
Maureen Adamson, executive assistant to Richard Oland, after he died, was banned in two days against the Dutch assassination, told the Saint John Uptown office daily routine. Dennis had to pay for his father. .
On the morning of July 7, 2011, he found the bloody scene of the body and crime. Hol, aged 69, was 45 times, especially in the head, with a weapon that was never found.
Adamson said that Dennis paid $ 1,666.67 a month, borrowing more than $ 1,000 a month, as Richard Holland's extension expanded due to the Dennis Division, several years before his divorce.
The prosecutors have taken him to the court, and the defense has agreed, in the days of his father's death, that Dennis Holland has again fallen into severe financial stress beyond his means.
Dennis was being used to defend the defense and was not very careful. The prosecution says that financial pressure is described as a breakdown of rage.
Michael Lacy, a lawyer, lawyer and lawyer, and a member of the Dutch Defense team, told Adamson about the relationship between father and son, he said he did not mention close and confused signals. Prosecution
Adamson has said that Dennis Holland was not visiting a visit to his father's Saint John's office, but when he finished on July 6th, Richard Holland was glad to see him murder.
"He was an animator hello," Hey Dennis, "said Richard Holland was greeted by accused of killing males.
"She seemed glad to see it."
Adamson said both Dutch people were in the investigation, and Dennis came under the family tree until he returned to Britain's roots. Olands Maritimes is one of the most popular family businesses in the 19th century. Since the twentieth century they are considered to be beer-beers.
Richard Oland was former director of Breweries John Moosehead, although he left the company at the beginning of the 1980s. Adamson says it's worth about $ 37 million.
On the day of the murder, he handed it to Dennis Holland shortly after 5.30. From now on, the father and son were only in the office.
Dennis left a little from 6:30 p.m. and he returned home to the outskirts of Rothesay city. The police said his father went very well and keeps the innocent crime he maintains.
Adamson said that father and son thought they had gone well.
"Apart from traditional grumblings, most people with family members … I thought I made them well," said Adamson. "I did not hear that stress later (first trial)."
Adamson also said that Richard Nether had no follow-up on his monthly payments, he had to do with his son. Lacy himself said that he had borrowed Dennisi and his payments to "once on a blue moon". He said he had never complained about the loan.
Dennis Holland, at the age of 50, was convicted of a murder of his father after a long jury trial. This Convention was established in the 2016 appeal and ordered a new trial.
The trial of the second jury was declared mistrial earlier this week than before. Terrence Morrison in the Kings Bank's New Brunswick court called "wrong" in the jury's selection process. Police officers from Saint John's police coordinate files on police officers detected an internal police data base that violated a Canadian Supreme Court ruling.
Corona was not involved in wrong searches and reported to the defense and the judge. Morrison only heard the trial.