The Canadian Press
Published Tuesday, November 27, 2018 2:44 PM EST
Last updated on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 3:27 PM EST
CALGARY – A friend of one of the Chaldeans has been pursuing a double murder that Edward Downey was told to bring into the related industry.
Downey, 48, is convicted of a first step murder in the death of Sara Baillie and her five-year-old daughter, Taliyah Marsman in 2016.
The prosecutor Carla MacPhail in her opening statement said that Baillie was close friends with her girlfriend; Previously, it can not be recognized as a result of publication.
MacPhail advised that Downey was condenated by a Bailiff for his & her; break up friendship and for her lover then refusing to work for her as a supporter.
Previously the girlfriend, who was there. from the back of a screen to prevent Downey's face, he told the court that she was in a position; Downey offered financial support at the time and money was getting tight to the end of the relationship.
That's when Downey asked her if she wanted to go; come together and put them up online.
She said that Downey was angry with her when she had traveled to Edmonton to serve clients and became ill.
"He was not happy about that," she said. "I came there to work and did not happen."
She agreed she did not want to try to go again.
MacPhail asked her why.
"Because I can not do it," she answered.