It seems like the victim didn't own the house, but the accused did. And the victim refused to move out, so he could sell the house.
So he hired a hit man instead (allegedly)
Canadians. Non story.
Hmmmm, did they have a daughter?
The "intruder" defense might work here.
An unremarkable neighbourhood R3? That's the Annex and it's very close to the subway. It's also a detached 5 bedroom home. If it didn't have this stigma attached to it it would probably sell for $1.5M.
Seems like there is a lot more to the story.
Allan partnered down.
This will undoubtedly show up on SVU eventually.
That house is at Christie pits--well west of the Annex.
They used to say lay down with Greeks, wake up with fleas. But that was just racist. The real story is, lay down with Greeks, and sometimes you don't wake up.
Totally fake. Homosexuals are notorious for being serial killers and spree killers etc. They would not hire someone to do it.
Most of them can hardly wait to get to jail, so they have free access to men at the government's expense.
I'd like to see more of the house.
I know that neighbourhood. Am surprised, bubble or not, you'd insure the place for a million or that an insurance company, famed throughout the land for their love of risk, would insure it at that.
Take that back. It's three storeys, detached, and probably has parking. Has obviously had a lot of work done. Although Ossington's a busy street and not in a central neighbourhood. I'm still surprised it's cruising a million at asking. I think it's more realistically priced around $800-850.
R16 is a traditionalist antigay bigot out of the 1970s.