AN ex-soldier accused of killing his grandmother joked with his drug dealer he would "love to give her a slap" the day after she was found dead, a court heard.
AN ex-soldier accused of killing his grandmother joked with his drug dealer he would \"love to give her a slap\" the day after she was found dead, a court heard.
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Garry Kane, 41, lived with Kathleen Milward, 87, as his mother had thrown him out, the High Court in Dumbarton heard.
David McFarlane, 50, who had been selling Kane heroin in the months leading up to the death, met Kane at around 7.30pm, on the day Ms Milward was killed. He said: "I started slating him because his old granny was pissed off at him. I said 'did you get an earful' and he said 'aye'."
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