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Hrycan argued Hales was enticed and bullied into confessing to a murder because he was a poor, uneducated man with a newborn child and RCMP took advantage of him by promising more lucrative work with the fake gang if he continued following orders. Hrycan could not convince Allbright to allow expert testimony from a behavioural psychologist the defence wanted to question about the possibility of false confessions elicited during Mr. Big' stingTrial shown Mr. Big videoCourt watches video of meeting between Converse Navy Blue Shoes accused killer Hales, 'Mr. Big'Hales police interrogation played in courtCourt outburst follows audio of confession in Hales murder trialDefence questions undercover officer about lies told to accused killer HalesHales led undercover cop to site of Bosse's remains, officer saysHales seen at club with victimHales trial begins Monday
The investigation Bosse disappeared on May 18, 2004, after a night out at a local dance club. Saskatoon police identified Hales, a bouncer at the club at the time, as a "person of interest" early in the investigation, but no charges were Womens Converse
laid. Stalled, police eventually turned to the RCMP for help and together they concocted a "Mr. Big" sting targeting Hales.
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The trial Scheduled trials were adjourned twice, delaying the case by about 2.5 years. Hales is now working with his eighth lawyer. The trial started on May 5, near the 10 year anniversary of Bosse's death. Her family and friends have been in court every day listening to the evidence.
in court, yelled at Hales and threw a shoe at him. Later on, an undercover officer alleged Hales made threatening gestures at him and mouthed the words "kill you" during testimony.
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Originally scheduled for four weeks, the trial ran out of time in May and was adjourned for three weeks. The defence is expected to finish calling witnesses this week.
During the three month operation, RCMP recorded conversations with Hales. Court heard much of the audio, on which Hales talked about killing a woman. Hales met Mr. Big, another RCMP officer posing as the gang leader, and told him how he had killed a woman. At the request of Mr. Big, Hales took officers to a secluded, wooded area near Martensville where he told them he killed Bosse and burned her remains.
Prosecution and defence Miazga, who took on the case a week or two before the trial started, called numerous witnesses, including undercover officers, Saskatoon police officers, Bosse's husband, Hales' former roommate and the roommate's ex girlfriend, who both testified they saw Hales and Bosse together the night she disappeared.
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Douglas Hales, who is charged with first degree murder in the 2004 death of Daleen Bosse, returned to Saskatoon's Court of Queen's Bench Monday for the continuation of his trial.
confession to strangling Bosse was made voluntarily and is allowed as evidence.
Hales murder trial resumes today
Justice Gerald Allbright is presiding over the trial, while Bob Hrycan leads the defence and Matthew Miazga is lead Crown prosecutor.
Much of the testimony during the Crown's case detailed the sting operation and the various "scenarios" used to convince Hales he was in a criminal organization. The testimony came with many hours of audio and video recordings made by undercover officers during their time with Hales.
In May 2008, undercover RCMP officers, posing as lowlevel criminals in a fictitious gang, met Hales and brought him into the gang to help run fake illegal jobs.
Hales, 37, is accused of killing Daleen Bosse, a 26 yearold married mother and university student, in 2004. Bosse's remains were found in 2008 after an RCMP led "Mr. Big" sting, an operation called "Project Frendo."
The first degree murder trial of Douglas Hales is set to resume today, and it's still not known if the accused will take the stand in his own defence.
Days later, Saskatoon police arrested Hales.
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