Pilot in hang-glider fatality eats video evidence
Police said they believe the memory card is still inside the Canadian man's digestive system
VANCOUVER — The B.C. hang-glider pilot whose passenger fell from his aircraft to her death Saturday will remain in custody after a bail hearing Wednesday was postponed and police revealed a memory card he allegedly swallowed is still in his body.
William Jonathan Orders is charged with obstruction of justice after allegedly swallowing the card believed to contain a video recording of the fatal flight.
Orders, 50, is scheduled to appear again in provincial court in Chilliwack Friday.
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