The jury is now making a decision on the fate or Gerald Stanley.
The 56-year-old farmer is accused of shooting 22-year-old Indigenous man Colten Boushie in August of 2016, when he and some friends drove onto Stanley’s farm near Biggar.
Boushie died as a result of the gun shot and now Stanley is facing a second degree murder charge.
The defence lawyer for Stanley said there’s no evidence that he meant to kill 22-year-old Boushie.
The Crown says it’s unlikely that Stanley’s gun went off accidentally during the incident
Court has heard that Boushie was shot in the head with a handgun while he was sitting in the driver’s seat of an SUV that had been driven onto Stanley’s farm.