Share November 3, 2020 12:14 pm Update at 5:27 pm Share Death of Héliodore Dulac: “a rather special scene” [PHOTOS]
René-Charles Quirion La Tribune An open window on the second floor of Heliodore Dulac's residence in Milan led investigators to assess the accidental death thesis, but it was quickly ruled out after the discovery of traces of projected blood and then disclosure of the preliminary autopsy report.
Investigative sergeant Jean-Pierre Pomerleau of the Sûreté du Québec was called to the bar on Tuesday at the jury trial of Ian Bélanger who is accused of the second degree murder of Héliodore Dulac in Milan on June 3, 2018.
Sergeant Pomerleau, who was an investigator at the MRC du Granit, undertook the analysis of the scene of the events on Chemin de la Yard.
A bloodstained shower curtain, pants and a shirt with a sweater were found behind the residence of Héliodore Dulac where his body was found. Reproduction La Tribune, René-Charles Quirion
The 72-year-old victim was found on the ground near an open overhanging window.
“There is a good distance between the window and the body that was found. We wonder if a person of that age could move after falling out of the window. There is not a lot of blood around the body. He had a big wound on his foot, but not with a lot of blood. I must admit that this scene was quite special. We were racking our brains ”raises Jean-Pierre Pomerleau.
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