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Barry Sherman and his wife Honey were found dead in the basement of their Toronto mansion last month, but Canadian police are yet to solve the mystery.
The Sherman family lawyer says a claim by the police that there was no forced entry to the Shermans' house may have misled the public.
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Private detectives are also investigating the deaths as the family seeks answers.
It is nearly a month since Canadian pharmaceutical billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey, were found dead in the basement of their $5.4 million (£4 million) Toronto mansion — but there are still no answers.
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Police have not provided a meaningful update on the case since December 17, when they revealed that the couple died from "ligature neck compression," or strangulation from tying or binding — and the family is beginning to point the finger of blame.
Brian Greenspan, the powerful Canadian lawyer acting for the family, criticised the police's handling of the investigation in an interview with The Globe and Mail on Tuesday.
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Specifically, he thinks a that police statement, which asserted that there were no signs of forced entry to the Shermans' mansion, may...
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