Perrin case: Police deny they coached suspect

News Apr 07, 2016 by Ken Peters Hamilton Spectator

The head of the Beverley Perrin murder investigation denied a suggestion that police were coaching suspect Terry Pierce on what details he should provide investigators.

Neil Jones, the plaintiffs' lawyer, pointed to wiretap evidence that suggested investigator Steve Hrab told Pierce's aunt police were looking for a description of the other suspects involved in the Perrin slaying.

"It looks like Terry Pierce is looking for coaching from the police?" Jones asked retired police staff sergeant Gary Clue.

"Well he isn't getting it," Clue replied.

Christopher McCullough and Nicholas Nossey, who both served time in connection with the February 1989 homicide, are suing Hamilton police for more than $10 million for malicious prosecution.

The lawsuit continues.

Hamilton Spectator

Perrin case: Police deny they coached suspect

News Apr 07, 2016 by Ken Peters Hamilton Spectator

The head of the Beverley Perrin murder investigation denied a suggestion that police were coaching suspect Terry Pierce on what details he should provide investigators.

Neil Jones, the plaintiffs' lawyer, pointed to wiretap evidence that suggested investigator Steve Hrab told Pierce's aunt police were looking for a description of the other suspects involved in the Perrin slaying.

"It looks like Terry Pierce is looking for coaching from the police?" Jones asked retired police staff sergeant Gary Clue.

"Well he isn't getting it," Clue replied.

Christopher McCullough and Nicholas Nossey, who both served time in connection with the February 1989 homicide, are suing Hamilton police for more than $10 million for malicious prosecution.

The lawsuit continues.

Hamilton Spectator

Perrin case: Police deny they coached suspect

News Apr 07, 2016 by Ken Peters Hamilton Spectator

The head of the Beverley Perrin murder investigation denied a suggestion that police were coaching suspect Terry Pierce on what details he should provide investigators.

Neil Jones, the plaintiffs' lawyer, pointed to wiretap evidence that suggested investigator Steve Hrab told Pierce's aunt police were looking for a description of the other suspects involved in the Perrin slaying.

"It looks like Terry Pierce is looking for coaching from the police?" Jones asked retired police staff sergeant Gary Clue.

"Well he isn't getting it," Clue replied.

Christopher McCullough and Nicholas Nossey, who both served time in connection with the February 1989 homicide, are suing Hamilton police for more than $10 million for malicious prosecution.

The lawsuit continues.

Hamilton Spectator