Last Thursday (June 29th), Matthew Ward-Jackson, accused of selling guns to Dellen Millard, took a plea deal. He was the last of The Three Matthews, charged with weapons trafficking back in April 2014, to settle his case and the second to plead guilty.
It was an anti-climactic ending to the Ward-Jackson tale, which I have been following ever since I discovered that crazy bong gun photo above on Twitter just over three years ago. At the time, I found it a strange coincidence that the man accused of selling Dellen Millard the gun allegedly used to kill his father (Source: Hamilton Spectator), who had reportedly been shot in the eye (Source: Toronto Sun), would have posted such a photo on his Twitter feed, mere weeks after Wayne Millard died on November 29, 2012.
What’s more, the Twitter account in question was only active for a period of five days in December 2012 while the photos it displayed were of a younger, pudgier Ward-Jackson, who was also less tattooed than the guy I would encounter at his various court hearings.
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