The latest in the trial of accused killer Jesse Blue West indicates there may be more victims out there.
West is charged with the first degree murder of Abbotsford teen Chelsea Acorn, whose remains were found in April of 2006.
The court heard a recording of an interview with West while he was held at a pretrial centre in 2007, where he said he could give police the location of three bodies including Acorn in exchange for certain conditions.
West, according to the recording, wanted to be moved from prison segregation, wanted time out of prison to visit the gravesites of his alleged victims to get closure, and wanted to visit with friends and family in a coffee shop.
West went on to say he wouldn’t say anything without those conditions, saying he would only end up with another murder charge without gaining anything in return.
He also claimed to be suffering more heartache than the families of his alleged victims.
West has not been charged with any additional murders beyond that of Acorn.