CALGARY — An Alberta man accused of killing a peace officer refused to talk about what happened when he was questioned by police.
Trevor Kloschinsky is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Rod Lazenby.
The defence has said it intends to argue that Kloschinsky is not criminally responsible.
A video played in court shows Kloschinsky becoming agitated during a four-hour police interview and saying a number of times that his lawyer advised him to say nothing.
He did say that he believed Lazenby had earlier stolen his dogs from a property just south of Calgary.
Kloschinsky drove Lazenby, who was severely injured and handcuffed, to a Calgary police station after the attack.