Former Devil’s Army member says he helped carry body to victim’s car
A former member of the Devil’s Army motorcycle club says he heard a sharp yell and the words “Don’t [expletive] touch him” when he reached toward someone lying behind a couch on the floor of a clubhouse seven years ago.
“I leaned up and turned my head and as soon as I turned my head I could smell gunpowder and I could see Rick standing at the door of the bathroom with a towel in his hand,” the former member, identified only as X, testified Thursday at Richard Alexander’s trial for the first-degree murder of Dillon Brown.
Brown, a 30-year-old mixed martial artist, was shot in the back of the head, then placed in the trunk of his car, which was abandoned on the side of the road 75 kilometres north of Campbell River. Alexander, the former president of the Devil’s Army motorcycle club, has pleaded not guilty to the crime.
X, whose identity is protected by a publication ban, testified at times through tears as he described the events of the afternoon of March 11, 2016.
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