Expert at David Woods murder trial says tape matches
Suggests tape on body came from roll in Woods' garage
An expert in matching materials is testifying at the David Woods murder trial today in Saskatoon.
He says the torn ends of both tape exhibits are a match, and "were at one time a single piece."
The trial was briefly delayed this morning because a juror asked to leave for personal reasons. There was an alternate juror, so the case continues with a full contingent of 12.
It's the second time a juror has dropped out.
Woods is charged with killing his wife Dorothy in 2011. Her body was found wrapped in plastic and placed in a culvert south of Saskatoon.
CBC reporters Kathy Fitzpatrick and David Shield are tweeting from the courthouse.