The jury at the Shawn Douglas first-degree murder trial began deliberations Tuesday afternoon.
They have sat through a number of weeks of graphic testimony as the Crown alleged that Johnathon Peepeetch, Joshua Wilson and Dennis Thompson killed Shawn Douglas.
The 54-year-old was robbed, beaten, zip tied and thrown in the trunk of his car in August 2014. He died from blunt force trauma to the head and was found in bush north of the city.
After several hours of instructions from Justice Janet McMurtry, the jury asked a question within 13 minutes of deliberating.
They were provided a roadmap on how to apply the law to murder cases, and then sought clarification on the definition of certain legal terms.
In closing arguments, Crown lawyer James Fitz-Gerald alleged that “all are equally guilty.”
The defence, three lawyers, one for each accused, pointed the fingers elsewhere.
The jury deliberations continue.