Police testify that dad accused of killing kids showed no emotion

CALGARY — Calgary police officers say a man accused of killing his two young children showed no emotion during his arrest.

CALGARY — Calgary police officers say a man accused of killing his two young children showed no emotion during his arrest.

James Bing Jun Louie, 44, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his children.

Louie is also accused of attempting to kill his wife.

Two Calgary police officers who were called to the home the night of the children’s deaths testified about the arrest.

The two used words like “emotionless” and “stoic” to describe Louie’s behaviour, even while he was being led barefoot through the snow to a police cruiser and later to a van.

Under cross examination, Const. Daniel Jordan said Louie was co-operative and easy to take down, adding he never heard the accused utter a word.

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