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Enter keyword s to search for the articles,events,business listing and community content. You can use letters:a-z,A-Z and numbers While she contends she had ample time to warn Alex Fraser he was in danger, a former prostitute testified Friday she was too scared to speak up before luring the man to his death.
Walker suggested she kept quiet that night and frequently lied to police in order to "save her own skin. Story continues below. Nagy, together with Duran Wilson, 30, and Brad MacGarvie, 26, all from Niagara Falls, are charged with first-degree murder in connection with Fraser's death.
They have pleaded not guilty to the charge. His body was discovered a few months later floating in the water near the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station. Harvey testified Thursday that Fraser, a driver for an illegal cab company, was a close friend who would drive her to meet clients.
She said she had no idea Fraser was going to be killed when she and her mother, who also worked as an escort, agreed to lure him to remote area along the parkway known as Gonder's Flats. Under cross examination, Harvey admitted she frequently lied when first questioned by police because she was fearful of MacGarvie, an MMA fighter, and she also didn't want her mother to go to jail.
When questioned by Wilson's lawyer, Jordana Goldlist, Harvey said she never observed Wilson striking Fraser and that he appeared upset by what had happened. Defence lawyer Ron Charlebois, who represents MacGarvie, suggested Harvey was much more complicit in the crime.