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John Dillon Brown had a phone call about a meeting he was setting up in the weeks before he was killed in Campbell River inhis partner testified in B. Supreme Court Wednesday. Brown, 30 at the time, was shot in the back of the head on March 11, His body was found in the trunk of his car 75 kilometres from Campbell River, near Sayward.
He has pleaded not guilty. Phipps said Alexander had contacted Brown about settling out of court instead of suing the Voodoo Lounge as he was planning.
After taking a moment to compose herself, Herman told the court about the last time she saw Brown, on March 11, She said he went out and said he would be home soon, but she became worried when the time dragged on. Also testifying Wednesday was Michael Behm, who was involved in the ownership of the Voodoo Lounge from to He said he supplied Brown with a video of his fight when asked, but thought little of it after that.
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