Jury deliberations at the Shawn Douglas murder trial are entering a third day.
They are trying to decide whether Johnathon Peepeetch, Joshua Wilson and Dennis Thompson are guilty of murdering the 54-year-old Regina man.
He was robbed, zip-tied and put in the trunk of his car. He was found beaten to death in bush near a grid road north of the city in August 2014.
There was little activity from the windowless jury room apart from the occasional smoke break. Muffled laughter and loud chatter could often be heard through the wall.
Unlike the first afternoon of deliberations where the jury asked a number of questions, on Wednesday the jury just requested the DNA reports and further clarification of just one issue: the meaning of “active participant of a murder.”
Deliberations went into the evening ending just before 9 p.m.
During the near six-week long trial the Crown alleged the three accused are all equally guilty, with the defence pointing the fingers elsewhere.