OTTAWA — Donna Jones and Karen Gorman were packing or unpacking boxes in their boss’s office. It was August 2007, about a month before Ms. Jones’ wedding.
As Ms. Jones bent over a box, her shirt rode up, and Ms. Gorman saw the bruise.
It was on the left side of her spine, above the waist. It was fresh, Ms. Gorman believed, because it was purple and black.
“It was about five inches long,” she said. “And about two-three inches wide. I remember very, very clearly.”
The daughter of a map-maker, she even calculated the angle of the direction of the bruise.
“I took very careful note of it,” she said, “because I knew I would have to describe it to somebody one day.”
And so she had to do, and so she did Tuesday from the witness stand at the murder trial of Ms. Jones’ husband, Mark Hutt.
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