Mykotori

‘I had absolutely nothing to do with it,’ Barry Sherman’s cousin says

The existence of this court judgment and the bitter fight that preceded it, and how it could appear to police and the public as a possible motive, has pushed one of the cousins to speak out and clear his name.

The cousins who sued Barry Sherman for a big piece of his fortune were ordered to pay the Apotex founder $300,000 in legal costs one week before Sherman and his wife, Honey, were murdered.

The existence of this court judgment and the bitter fight that preceded it, and how it could appear to police and the public as a possible motive, has pushed one of the cousins to speak out and clear his name.

“I have no qualms, concerns, worries about sitting down with Detective (Brandon) Price,” said Kerry Winter, 56, the cousin who has spearheaded an acrimonious, billion-dollar lawsuit against Sherman for well over a decade. Price is one of the investigators with the Toronto Homicide squad and Winter’s lawyer, Brad Teplitsky, has been in contact with the detective.

“I had absolutely nothing to do with Barry and Honey’s death. Zero. I want to put that on the record,” Winter said in an interview with the Star Thursday.

Read More: thestar.com

DylanThomas

Add comment

Your Header Sidebar area is currently empty. Hurry up and add some widgets.