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The Canadian Press Staff. Bradley Barton, an Ontario truck driver on trial for manslaughter, is accused of killing year-old Cindy Gladue at the Yellowhead Inn in A Crown prosecutor has accused a man of forcing violent sex on a woman who was too drunk to consent and of letting her bleed to death in the bathtub of his hotel room. Bradley Barton repeatedly took sips of water as prosecutor Julie Snowdon challenged him on the witness stand Thursday during his manslaughter trial. The year-old from Mississauga, Ont. Jurors have already heard from medical experts that Gladue suffered from a severe and fatal wound to her vagina and that she had four times the legal limit of alcohol in her system when she bled to death.
Snowdon challenged Barton during his fourth and final day of testimony on whether he asked Gladue for consent to perform a sexual act on her. Barton, were you being careful to not hurt or offend and careful to not exceed the bounds of consent for the entire evening that you were with Ms. Snowdon suggested Barton didn't ask Gladue what she wanted to do when he invited her to his hotel room. She also said Gladue was too intoxicated to consent. This is the second trial for Barton in relation to Gladue's death. His first trial in sparked rallies and calls for justice for Indigenous women.
The case ended up before the Supreme Court of Canada. The high court ordered in that Barton be retried. Barton ly told the jury that he was working as a long-distance truck driver when he checked into the hotel. He said they had drinks in the hotel lounge before going to his room. Barton testified he and Gladue may have had another drink in the room, then she started giving him oral sex.
Barton testified he noticed blood on his fingers, told Gladue he was no longer interested in having sex and refused to pay her. The prosecutor suggested Barton carried Gladue into the bathroom in a comforter, because there was very little blood found on the floor.
Barton told court that Gladue went to the bathroom and he fell asleep. He said he woke the next morning to find her dead. He said he met a colleague and told him that he'd found the woman's body. The colleague told Barton to call police. Barton said he lied to hotel staff about forgetting papers so he could get back into his room, where he called The trial is scheduled to continue until the beginning of March. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb. Related Stories Accused in Edmonton hotel death pretended to be shocked by body in tub: Crown. Kenney to announce agriculture sector supports at p.
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