Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Winnipeg Letter Bomb Trial Focuses on Forensic Evidence Examined by Officer

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Winnipeg Letter Bomb Trial Focuses on Forensic Evidence Examined by Officer

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Letter bomb trial focuses on forensics

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WINNIPEG - A police officer who gathered evidence at all three locations in Winnipeg where letter bombs were delivered in July 2015 has testified at the trial of Guido Amsel.

Const. Brian Neumann of the police identification unit outlined how pulverized metal fragments, strands of wire, plastic debris and biological material was gathered at the only scene where a bomb actually detonated.

That was the office of Maria Mitousis, the lawyer of Amsel's ex-wife, Iris Amsel, in the couple's divorce.

Mitousis, 38, was badly injured in the blast and ended up having to have her right hand amputated.

The trial was briefly paused Wednesday when Amsel asked to speak to his lawyer after the purple and orange carrying case which was used to deliver the bomb to Mitousis's office was entered into evidence. …

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