Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Leslie Greenwood found guilty in Mersereau Christensen murder

The Turo Daily News is reporting that Leslie Douglas Greenwood, 42, was sentenced to a mandatory sentence of life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years. A Nova Scotia Supreme Court jury delivered its verdicts Wednesday afternoon following a trial into the shooting deaths of Barry Kirk Mersereau, 48, and his 47-year-old wife, Nancy Paula Christensen, in their Centre Burlington, Hants County, home on Sept. 9, 2000.

The Hells Angels biker gang ordered the killings as a payment for Greenwood and another man’s – Michael Lawrence – drug debt. Lawrence, 38, pleaded guilty last January to the two murders and is serving a life sentence with no eligibility of parole for 25 years. Curtis Blair Lynds, 36, has also been charged with the murders and a preliminary inquiry is scheduled to begin July 16. He’s currently in prison on a drug trafficking sentence.

We're still waiting to hear about Rusty and Ellen's murder. Now I'm hearing they were ripped off and that it was an inside job.


  1. apparently this guy use to be in bacchus ns

  2. Interesting. Thanks for the link. I wonder if he knew Rusty.


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