TORONTO — The prosecution says it has now turned over all its evidence to the defence of a Toronto man accused of being a serial killer.
They say lawyers for Bruce McArthur can now begin compiling their list of witnesses.
McArthur appeared by video link from a Toronto jail today, and his case was put over to July 23.
The 66-year-old self-employed landscaper is accused of killing men associated with the city’s gay village.
He was arrested in January, and now faces eight counts of first-degree murder.
Police allege he buried the remains of several victims in planters at the home of a client.
The Canadian Press