Devil’s Army president killed MMA fighter to end lawsuit, prosecution says
Richard Alexander, the former president of the Devil’s Army motorcycle club, killed Dillon Brown to terminate a lawsuit that would have made the Hells Angels look bad, the Crown charged Friday in B.C. Supreme Court.
“It’s not clear what his exact motivation for the killing was, but Brown’s death was put in motion when he started his lawsuit,” Crown prosecutor Kimberly Henders Miller told the jury during final submissions.
Alexander is on trial for the first-degree murder of Brown on March 11, 2016.
“Whether the killing was ensuring the lawsuit went away, or that Brown was silenced, or that Brown didn’t end up with $10,000. The only person connected with the settlement and Brown is Alexander.”
Alexander has pleaded not guilty.
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