RCMP tech analyst testifies about material found on N.B. shooting suspect's computer
A senior forensic analyst with the RCMP has begun testifying at a first-degree murder trial in Fredericton.
The 50-year-old defendant is accused in the August 2018 shooting deaths of Donnie Robichaud, Bobbie Lee Wright and police constables Robb Costello and Sara Burns.
Cpl. Aaron Gallagher told jurors today he seized a computer with four hard drives as well as a GoPro camera from the shooters apartment in the days following the shootings.
Gallagher says the hard drives contained hundreds of thousands of images including adult pornography and material from conspiracy websites.
He says said most of the videos were of biking and the outdoors, but says that in at least one of the videos, the defendant appears to be complaining about noise around his apartment complex.
The officer is the 35th witness called by the Crown.
(This article has been edited by Bell Media staff to remove the defendant's name)