Justice has been served. Maybe. Who the hell knows anymore?

White Guilty:

Michael White has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the July, 2005, death of his pregnant wife Liana.

The seven-woman, five-man jury reached the verdict shortly after noon today after beginning deliberations Wednesday afternoon. Whitte was also found guilty of offering an indignity to her human remains.

He faces an automatic sentence of life imprisonment. The jury recommended he not be eligible for parole for at least 15 years. Justice Mary Moreau of Court of Queen's Bench is deciding a date for his sentencing.
Most interesting comes here:
White, a 29-year-old mechanic and former soldier, pleaded not guilty to the second-degree murder of his pregnant wife, Liana, as well as offering an indignity to her human remains.

Moreau earlier told the jury they also have the option of finding White guilty or not guilty of manslaughter, an included offence of murder.
But she reminded them that Liana had been stabbed twice in the back, died from a wound to her neck and had defensive cuts to her hand. The medical examiner also ruled her death was the result of "homicidal violence."
"Offering an indignity to her human remains?" Is that legal jargon for moving her carcass around? Or is this something else that hasn't been widely reported?

The big question of course is did he really do it? All the evidence seems to point to him. Something just doesn't add up, and I can't quite nail down the specifics of why this seems a little off. I mean sure its suspicious that he directed search parties to where Liana's body was. But its also not very suspicious if he's reducing the time taken to get the police investigation underway. This is the Colin Thatcher case for our time, I suppose.