Christie Blatchford: There is no evidence police screwed up investigation into Sherman deaths

They must be heaving a great sigh of relief at Toronto Police headquarters, now that a real investigator has been brought in to make “proper inquiries” in the Dec. 15 suspicious deaths of the billionaires and philanthropists Barry and Honey Sherman.

I refer of course to the fact, rumoured last week and widely confirmed in news reports Thursday, that criminal lawyer Brian Greenspan, on behalf of the Sherman family, has hired retired Toronto homicide detective Tom Klatt and other unnamed “forensic experts” to ensure “no stone is left unturned,” as Greenspan told CBC News.