WATCH: Accused serial killer Bruce McArthur returns to court
"He looks tired. I'm happy about that. But I can't be revengeful."
That's what a friend of one of Bruce McArthur's alleged victims had to say after another court appearance by the 66-year-old.
A College Park courthouse was packed Wednesday morning as McArthur appeared via video, speaking clearly as he stated his name for the record.
He has been charged with six counts of first-degree-murder in relation to the disappearance of men believed to be connected to Toronto's gay community.
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The matter has been adjourned to March 14th, as the Crown continues to hand over evidence collected so far to McArthur's defence team.
"The process is slow and it's agonizing to see this being drawn out," Ted Healey, a long-time friend of alleged victim Andrew Kinsman, told reporters.
This was Healey's third time in court to watch the process unfold.
"I just wanted Andrew represented properly, and I want to know what happened. I really want to know what happened."