A B.C. man who claims a Mr. Big operation leading to his confession was an abuse of process, will not have his case heard by the Supreme Court of Canada.
In April 2014, Darin Randle was found guilty of interfering with human remains, after he burned the body of his business partner in the marijuana trade, who accidentally died during a struggle.
Randle was the target of a Mr. Big operation, which culminated in his admission to the crime.
He argues it was an abuse of process.
He told Mr. Big there was a dispute over a grow-up leading to a physical altercation and the victim pulled out a gun before it went off.
The B.C. Court of Appeal and now the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed his appeal.