Billionaire couple's mysterious deaths being treated as murder
28 January, 2018, 00:48 | Author: Edward Snyder
Police said Friday they believe Canadian drug-company billionaire businessman Barry Sherman and his wife were both murdered.
In a statement released shortly after the announcement, the Sherman family said they had anticipated the development.
Det-Sgt Susan Gomes said on Friday afternoon that police made the determination after six weeks of collecting evidence at the billionaire couple's Toronto home.
Gomes said the Shermans were found hanging by belts that were tied to a railing near an indoor pool in seated positions.
Police say the couple was found in the basement of their home by a real estate agent.
Gomes declined to give further details about a suspect or suspects, but said police were planning to interview a series of people.
The Sherman's family spoke out against this claim and promptly hired their own team of private investigators as well as former Chief Forensic Pathologist Dr. David Chiasson.
Those gumshoes believe the pair were killed two days before they were found, and Honey, 70, likely struggled with her killer, as she had cuts on her face and was found in a pool of her own blood, the outlet reports.
Canadian Business magazine recently estimated his worth at CAD$4.77 billion ($4.77 billion), making him the 15th richest person in the country.
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