Murder suspect James Van Callis today donned his black motorcycle helmet with clear shield, even squatting a bit as if he was riding a motorcycle, so that William Buchanan could describe to a Macomb County Circuit jury what he could see of Van Callis' face and hair. Clair County, dons his motorcycle helmet as prosecution witness William Buchanan, left, listens to defense attorney Azhar Sheikh, during testimony Jan. Van Callis is charged in the 2014 slaying of Armada teen April Millsap.The unusual demonstration — in which Van Callis also turned to face the jury while wearing the helmet — came after Buchanan of Bruce Township told jurors that on a scale of 1 to 10 "it's a 10" that Van Callis was the motorcyclist he saw on the Macomb Orchard Trail the day Armada teen April Millsap was slain near the trail in 2014.
April, 14, died of blunt head trauma and asphyxia because of neck compression.Police say Van Callis attacked Millsap with his motorcycle helmet, then dragged the teen into the woods, where he stomped and beat her to death.They said he then fled on his motorcycle, leaving the teen's body in the woods. Van Callis' attorney says there are no fingerprints, DNA, hair, semen or anything connecting Van Callis to April's slaying. This is currently the official blog for Face The (FTJ).It is used as a place to inform members on updates as well as gather feedback on proposed future updates to the site. FTJ was started in November 2000 in an apartment in Marina del Rey California and for the first 6 months run off of a basic Dell desktop computer.