Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Triple murderer Cory Fenn claims 'cocaine psychosis'

Cory Fenn is on trial in Oshawa for the murder of Krassimira Pejcinovski, 39, her son Roy, 15, and daughter Venellia, 13, on March 14, 2018. Fenn admitted to the killings in a police interview the day after he was arrested. He told cops he was in a “cocaine psychosis”.
Representing himself, he offered no defence in court.
Krassimira was found severely beaten with 17 fractured ribs and a broken jaw. She died of stab wounds to the chest with a serrated knife. Roy was found on the main floor of the home and evidence showed a struggle. He died of strangulation. Police found Venellia in the basement of the home and she later died in hospital. She was brutally beaten and was stabbed with a butter knife.
When asked to present his closing arguments, Fenn said, “I am animate now. I have God inside me. I’ve raised myself to a sovereign king.” He is housed at the Toronto South Detention Centre.