Computer examinations for R vs. Millard and Smich

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Evidence shown March 2, 2016 at the trial of Dellen Millard and Mark Smich for the murder of Tim Bosma

Here is the PowerPoint for the forensic examination of computers and related electronics seized from Dellen Millard’s residence in Toronto.

I have removed five slides which I need to redact due to a publication ban. I will post them here once the redactions are done.

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Dellen Millard selfie presented as evidence at trial

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Dellen Millard’s selfie helped determined computer ownership, according to an expert witness at the Tim Bosma murder trial

In discussing this Dellen Millard photo, prosecutor Brett Moodie asked the witness, retired detective Jim Falconer of the OPP’s technological crime unit: “Would that be consistent with someone taking a selfie?”

Yes, Falconer answered.

“From your point of view, is that important in finding ownership and usage” of a computer?

“Yes, it’s a popular activity,” Falconer replied.

Falconer was an expert witness at the trial of Dellen Millard and Mark Smich for the murder of Tim Bosma.

Mark Smich surveillance photos from Tim Bosma trial

Mark Smich in Oakville the week before his arrest and two days after his friend Dellen Millard was charged with first degree murder

Mark Smich in Oakville the week before his arrest and two days after his friend Dellen Millard was charged with first degree murder

The complete set of surveillance photos shown today at the trial of Mark Smich and Dellen Millard for the murder of Tim Bosma can be found at the link.

The defendants are pleading not guilty. The trial is in its fifth week.

‘Pig pen’ bedroom at Mark Smich’s mother’s house

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Taken during search of home of defendant Mark Smich on May 22, 2013

This photo was part of exhibits presented today at the trial of Mark Smich and Dellen Millard for the murder of Tim Bosma.

After Smich was arrested, his mother’s house, where he lived part of his time, was searched. The officer responsible for carrying out the search of this and one other bedroom described it as a “pig pen.”

The defendants are pleading not guilty. The trial is in its fifth week. More photos follow.

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The rest of the house was described as tidy

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The iPad was seized

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The iPad was not password protected so officers could read messages

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Smich’s healthcare card was also found and seized