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Sports Montreal busker on trial for murder questioned about marriage, work

00:20  14 april  2021
00:20  14 april  2021 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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Being a busker wasn’t easy, Raymond Henry Muller told a Montreal police homicide detective when he was questioned as a suspect in the killing of a fellow musician.

a store in a brick building: The building at 26 Bernard St. where Cedric Gagnon was killed. Raymond Henry Muller, who lived in the building in 2018, is on trial for Gagnon's killing. © Provided by The Gazette The building at 26 Bernard St. where Cedric Gagnon was killed. Raymond Henry Muller, who lived in the building in 2018, is on trial for Gagnon's killing.

The interrogation was conducted Sept. 1, 2018, in a hospital room at the Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal. It began just before noon, more than 12 hours after Montreal police officers found Muller in a bathtub, bleeding from self-inflicted cuts on his arms and neck.

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Muller, 54, is on trial at the Montreal courthouse, charged with murder in the killing of Cedric Gagnon, 39, a fellow musician who was crashing on a couch in an apartment where Muller lived in Mile End.

The prosecution’s theory is that Muller used his bass guitar to kill Gagnon in his sleep on June 4, then dismembered his body and disposed of the remains weeks before Montreal police were advised that Gagnon was missing.

On the night officers found Muller in his bathtub, they also found a suicide note in which Muller confessed to the homicide. He wrote he placed Gagnon’s remains in three dumpsters.

At the start of the interrogation, Det-Sgt. David Desrochers asked Muller about his family. Muller replied that his wife had left him, with their children, before the end of June, days before Gagnon was killed.

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“I’m not sure,” Muller said after a long pause when Desrochers asked why he and his wife separated. “She wanted a different life.”

Muller went on to explain that he did not have custody of his children but that he had written to his family a few times before he was arrested as a suspect in Gagnon’s death.

Desrochers then asked Muller what he did for a living. The apartment he lived in was a mess and furniture inside was old and in a poor state.

“Busking and a street musician,” Muller said. He said he can play guitar, keyboards and drums.

When Desrochers asked if he was able to make an income as a busker, Muller replied: “Yeah. It hasn’t been easy.”

Muller’s neck was covered in white gauze bandages. He was very thin at the time and had a long greying beard, which he has since shaved. At least two tubes were inserted into his body. The lower half of his right arm was wrapped in gauze bandages as well, visible when he reached for a styrofoam cup of water.

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Besides playing as a busker, Muller told Desrochers he would perform with other musicians in a “project called Pirates” under an overpass near the building where he lived.

Muller said he first met Gagnon, in 2010 or 2011, when Muller and his family were travelling as musicians.

“We happened to park our vehicle near the Rock Hotel,” Muller said in reference to the building on Bernard St. E. where he would end up living years later.

He said Gagnon had a son and worked by moving furniture or mattresses. He told Desrochers that he found himself “in conflict” with Gagnon at times.

Desrochers switched topics again and showed Muller a copy of his suicide note. The homicide detective noted that Gagnon’s mother was worried about him and had been trying to locate him for weeks.

“Is everything in (the suicide note) the truth,” Desrochers asked, adding that “a team” of police officers was looking for the victim’s remains.

“Yeah,” Muller replied after a very long pause.

The trial was continuing Tuesday afternoon.

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