Ontario man describes surviving daughter’s alleged assassination plot

Jennifer Pan (far right) and her co-accused in Newmarket court on March 19, 2014 (Pam Davies sketch)

Jennifer Pan (far right) and her co-accused in Newmarket court on March 19, 2014 (Pam Davies sketch)

Tracy McLaughlin, Special to QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 5:01 PM ET

As they sat quivering in fear on a couch in their basement, Hann Pan and his wife Bich Pan were ordered to put a blanket over their heads so that armed men could shoot them in the head and face, a jury heard Wednesday.

The couple thought they were the victims of a home invasion in the Markham home on Nov. 8, 2010.

But it is the Crown’s theory that the daughter and Wong were in a relationship that Hann Pan didn’t approve of, so she hired the men to kill her parents allowing her to claim her inheritance and marry Wong.

Bich was shot three times in the back and head while Hann was shot in the face and back but miraculously survived.

Now on trial for hiring the men to kill them is their daughter, Jennifer Pan, 27, and four other men, her lover, Daniel Wong, Eric Carty, Lenford Crawford and David Mylvaganam. All have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and attempted murder.


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