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Private Investigator reveals billionaire businessman murder

By Detective Agency - Private Investigator Carter-Ha, Jan 21 2018 10:28AM

Private Investigator reveals billionaire businessman murder


A billionaire businessman and his wife found hanged side-by-side at their home were murdered, police have said.


Canadian Barry Sherman and his wife Honey were found dead in their Toronto mansion on December 15.

Mr Sherman, founder of pharmaceutical firm Apotex and Honey, 70, both died from ligature neck compression, post-mortem examinations revealed.


A Toronto police source initially said investigators were working on the theory that Mr Sherman killed his wife and then took his own life.


But a bombshell new report compiled by a team of private investigators suggests the pair were murdered.

There was no sign of forced entry to the home. There was no note left behind to explain what had happened, a police source said


A Toronto police source initially said investigators were working on the theory that Mr Sherman killed his wife.


But a bombshell new report compiled by a team of private investigators suggests the pair were murdered with multiple killers playing a role in the deaths.


There was no sign of forced entry to the home. There was no note left behind to explain what had happened, a police source said


"We are shocked and think it's irresponsible that police sources have reportedly advised the media of a theory which neither their family, their friends nor their colleagues believe to be true," they said in a statement.


"We urge the Toronto Police Service to conduct a thorough, intensive and objective criminal investigation," it said


The two, who were celebrated for their philanthropy and financial success, were found dead after police responded to a "medical call" just before noon local time at their home in an affluent section of northeast Toronto.


The estate agent who had been helping to sell the pair’s North York home found the bodies.

“The circumstances of their death appear suspicious and we are treating it that way,” said Constable David Hopkinson.

Homicide detectives later told reporters gathered outside the home that there were no signs of forced entry.

Detective Brandon Price gave an update shortly before 8pm to "alleviate some of the concerns in the neighbourhood."

"At this point we are not currently seeking a suspect," he said.

"The situation otherwise is the same. We'll have more information tomorrow after the post mortem examinations."



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