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Chilling words recounted at murder trial

After she had heard a “ting, ting, ting” sound coming from outside on the evening of July 11, 2009, Jermaine Middleton entered the cottage at 30 Braemar Rd. in Yarmouth County, grabbed Alicia Anderson’s face and said to her, “It’s done. There is nothing you can do. Are you with me or against me?”

After she had heard a “ting, ting, ting” sound coming from outside on the evening of July 11, 2009, Jermaine Middleton entered the cottage at 30 Braemar Rd. in Yarmouth County, grabbed Alicia Anderson’s face and said to her, “It’s done. There is nothing you can do. Are you with me or against me?”

This was part of the evidence presented to the jury on Thursday during Anderson’s second day on the witness stand at the first-degree Supreme Court murder trial of Ian Matthew Huskins.

Huskins stands accused of killing Neil Joseph Blades Jr. last summer. It has been indicated in court that a baseball bat was used in the murder, although there has been no medical evidence presented yet on the exact cause of Blades’ death.

Middleton’s words to Anderson were included in a statement that she had made to the police. After initial opposition from the Crown, Huskins’ lawyer Clifford Hood asked Anderson if this was indeed what Middleton had said to her.

She indicated it was.

 
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