B.C. murder victim had been hospitalized after bar fight with bikers
Dillon Brown had a swollen jaw, bruises and loose teeth after being jumped by bikers at the Voodoo Lounge in Campbell River seven years ago, his former girlfriend told a B.C. Supreme Court jury on Wednesday.
“What upset me most, I remember how swollen his face was,” Nicole Hunt testified by video at Richard Alexander’s trial for the first-degree murder of Brown, a 30-year-old mixed martial arts fighter.
Brown was killed on March 11, 2016.
Alexander, former president of the Devil’s Army Motorcycle Club in Campbell River, has pleaded not guilty. The trial, being held under heavy security at the Victoria courthouse, is expected to last four weeks.
Hunt and Brown met when they were kids and reconnected in 2015, she testified. She moved to Victoria and moved in with him in August.
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