“I’m sorry that you’re lying,” he shot back.
“I was the driver, I knew what happened that day,” he continued. “What happened was that I lost control, of mis-paying attention driving dangerously, and (the collision) accidentally, coincidentally happened and you’re making stuff up.”
Mohammad-Daud - Jurors - Life - Heart - Doyle
Mohammad-Daud told jurors that on his “life and heart” he did not kill Doyle intentionally — and would never lie about it.
In response, Simone confronted Mohammad-Daud with his criminal record. On July 28, 2016, 17 days before he killed Doyle, Mohammad-Daud was behind the wheel of a stolen Mercedes in Mississauga when he deliberately tried to hit two construction workers after they confronted him about stealing property.
The workers went to...
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