Accused serial killer Charles Kembo took out an $850,000 life insurance policy on his business partner just 10 weeks before he was murdered, B.C. Supreme Court heard Wednesday.
Crown counsel Hank Reiner told the Vancouver trial that Kembo forged Arden Samuel’s name on the lucrative policy — and declared that upon Samuel’s death the $850,000 policy payout should go directly to Kembo’s son Grant.
Kembo, he said, kept insurance inspectors from suspecting anything by listing Grant as Samuel’s “cousin” on the policy, which was signed, sealed and delivered without a personal visit to the insurance agency...
Montreal Gazette: Accused Vancouver serial killer took out life insurance on victim: lawyer