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Millionaire heir and double murderer now convicted of killing his dad six years after his death was ruled suicide

THE heir to an aviation fortune who murdered his ex-girlfriend has now been convicted of killing his dad, six years after his death was ruled suicide.

Dellen Millard is already serving two life sentences for the murders of ex Laura Babcock and Tim Bosma, after he test drove his truck.

Millard has been convicted of killing his dad whose death was initially ruled a suicide

Millard inherited millions when his dad Wayne was found shot in the head in 2012.

His death was originally ruled a suicide but a judge has now found him guilty of shooting his father while he slept.

The day after his dad died Millard said: “He carried some great sadness with him throughout life that I never knew – he never wanted to share that with me.”

But after Millard and his accomplice Mark Smich were found guilty of murdering his ex-girlfriend in 2017 and Tim Bosma in 2016 police began looking into his past.

 Dellen Millard, 32, left, and Mark Smich, 30, right, were also convicted of murdering Laura Babcock
Dellen Millard, 32, left, and Mark Smich, 30, right, were also convicted of murdering Laura Babcock
 Smich and Millard were already serving sentences in the murder of Tim Bosma
Smich and Millard were already serving sentences in the murder of Tim Bosma

Tragic Laura’s body was never found but the court in Ontario, Canada, heard Millard and accomplice Mark Smich destroyed her body with fire.

Cops later found a twisted poem on Smich’s iPad saying: “The b**** started off all skin and bone, Now the b**** lay on some ash stone, Last time I saw her was outside the home, And if u go swimming u can find her phone.”

Tim Bosma had been trying to sell his diesel vehicle, and his wife Sharlene Bosma had posted an ad online.

Bosma joined the two for a test-drive – and never returned.

His human remains were late found on an incinerator on Millard’s farm.

During the Babcock trial, a total of 65 handwritten letters that Millard sent to his girlfriend at the time, Christian Noudga, were discovered by police and seen as a key piece of evidence.

 Babcock, who graduated with a degree in English and drama from the University of Toronto, was last seen in early July 2012
Babcock, who graduated with a degree in English and drama from the University of Toronto, was last seen in early July 2012

In one letter, Millard reportedly talked about “the night Laura disappeared” saying she overdosed in his basement after doing cocaine with Smich.

Millard later wrote Noudga, “that was just brainstorming. Forget it.”

Christina Noudga pleaded guilty in 2016 to obstructing justice and helping Millard destroy evidence on Bosma’s murder.


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