Jury hears murder accused told police if he wanted to kill son-in-law, he ‘would have done it during deer season’

  • In short: A police interview from 2009 has been played to a jury in the Supreme Court trial of a Tasmanian couple alleged to have murdered 36-year-old Shane Barker
  • What’s next? The trial is continuing

A Tasmanian jury has been played a 2009 police interview with a man accused of shooting his son-in-law in which he tells police if he wanted to kill someone, he “would have done it during deer season”.

Swansea couple, Noelene and Cedric Jordan are both on trial for the murder of 36-year-old Shane Barker.

They have both pleaded not guilty.

It is the Crown’s case Mr Barker was shot three times…

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