WERE THEY KILLED? Murder cops probe deaths of Canadian billionaire couple Bobby and Honey Sherman found hanging side-by-side as family insist it wasn’t suicide
Source: The Sun
Cops in Toronto opened up a murder investigation just one day after their children insisted the deaths were NOT suicide
By Patrick Knox and Jacob Dirnhuber • 18th December 2017
CANADIAN cops have confirmed that a murder unit has taken over the investigation into the deaths of a billionaire couple who were strangled to death.
Barry Sherman, 75, the founder of pharmaceutical giant Apotex Ince, and his wife Honey were found dead last week at their lavish £3m mansion in Toronto.
Honey and Barry Sherman were found dead next to each other
An autopsy report confirmed the pair died of “ligature neck compression or strangulation with material.”
The pair’s horrified estate agent found them hanging by the swimming pool after turning up for a meeting about selling the property.
Cops initially said the deaths were being treated as suspicious but claimed no suspects were being sought.
But the wealthy couple’s four children hit out at Toronto police for suggesting the deaths were part of a murder-suicide.
A family statement read: “Our parents shared an enthusiasm for life and commitment to their family and community totally inconsistent with the rumours regrettably circulated in the media as to the circumstances surrounding their deaths.
One of two bodies is removed from the home of the billionaire businessman
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