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CanadaA new, hidden clue in Barry and Honey Shermans’ vanishing murder case

06:50  15 march  2019
06:50  15 march  2019 Source:   macleans.ca

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Barry and Honey Sherman were beloved philanthropists. But he lived amid feuding family members, endless lawsuits and claims of corporate espionage. What really happened before their tragic deaths.

So who were Barry and Honey Sherman ? In an unpublished 1996 memoir, Barry Sherman wrote he had "always been very conscious of my personal Police confirmed this month their death is being investigated as a "targeted" double murder . They were found strangled, fully clothed on the deck of

A new, hidden clue in Barry and Honey Shermans’ vanishing murder case© Used with permission of / © Rogers Media Inc. 2019. This Jan. 6, 2018 photo shows police crime scene tape marking off the property belonging to Barry and Honey Sherman, who were found strangled inside their home on Dec. 15, 2017. Since that time, investigators have scoured the 12,000-square foot home, hauled away the couple's cars and even checked the sewers in one of Toronto's most exclusive neighborhoods for clues. But police haven't made any arrests, announced the search for any suspects or said practically anything publicly about the deaths of the drug company founder and his wife. (AP Photo/Rob Gillies)

Recent news that the children of Barry and Honey Sherman filed an application to raze the Toronto house where their parents’ bodies were found in Dec. 2017 made little more than a ripple. Levelling the property, vacant for more than a year, appears logical: CBC reported that the family’s statement noted the house “contains bad memories and stigma.” As one of the most notorious crime scenes in Canadian history, the residence is also next to impossible to sell.

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Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered , private investigators claim. An ongoing Toronto Star investigation has discovered new information about Barry and Honey Sherman were both at Apotex headquarters late in the afternoon on Wednesday, Dec. 13. They had a meeting with architects from

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The potential eradication of the Shermans’ house marks yet another milestone in the vanishing murder investigation involving the high-profile billionaire couple—he the founder of generic drug giant Apotex, she a major philanthropist. The family took the unusual step of obtaining court orders to keep private the progress of the Toronto police homicide probe and, more rarely, seal almost everything related to the couple’s estates, estimated to be worth $5 billion, to preserve the “privacy and dignity” of the victims and to protect the heirs from possible violence from the couple’s unknown killer or killers (it has also been reported that Honey’s last will and testament has gone missing). The police officers who initially led the investigation have been promoted, clearly for reasons other than solving it. There is now reportedly only one full-time officer on the case.

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Susan Gomes, the case has captured international headlines. Barry Sherman was the founder of the Toronto police believe Barry and Honey Sherman were victims of a targeted attack and are They were building a new home, had winter trip plans and were very involved with their children’s and

From the outset, the investigation into the Shermans’ case has been rife with speculation and unsourced leaks and in the process, unprecedented duelling investigations emerged. Hours after the grisly discovery of the couple’s bodies, the family, angry that police were suggesting the deaths could be a murder-suicide, retained criminal defence lawyer Brian Greenspan to head a group of private investigators. There was controversy early on in the investigation when family friend and Toronto mayor John Tory spoke of the family’s concerns to police. In October, the family posted a $10-million reward for information leading to the arrest of the killer or killers.

In its reporting on the bid to knock down the house, CTV stumbled upon what could be that very thing—a previously unreported, potentially key piece of evidence. In canvassing the neighbourhood for reaction, a reporter interviewed a woman who chose not to appear on camera or make her name public. She revealed that she handed over surveillance video to police that showed a car sitting in the Shermans’ driveway on Dec. 14, a day before the bodies were found and a day after the couple was last reported seen alive. In it, a man was seen “sometimes sitting in his car for up to 15 minutes, then going inside” the house.

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It’s double murder , not murder -suicide. Barry and Honey Sherman were killed in what looks like a professional, contract killing. Here’s the new information: There are markings on the Shermans ’ wrists, an indication that at some point their hands were tied together, though no rope or other ties

Files covered by solicitor-client privilege might hold the case -breaking clue . Who decides whether police can see them?

The fluke disclosure is a reminder that the Toronto Police Service has more evidence than the public knows—and also that the police don’t share evidence with the public. Much of what is believed about the Sherman case—that neighbourhood video surveillance failed to unearth anything, that the couple was found with their coats pulled back behind their backs with arms bound—is the product of speculation or attributed to unsourced leaks.

Now, newly revealed information that a man was seen in plain sight in front of the Shermans’ house (and entering it) the day before their bodies were found raises questions about the investigation—just as it appears to be disappearing before our eyes.

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