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By James Gordon For Dailymail. A Canadian man has claimed that he burned more than one million dollars in cash in an attempt to ensure his ex-wife is unable to lay her hands on the money as part of a divorce settlement. The judge in his case did not believe the outlandish claims that the money had been smoked and has sentenced McConville to 30 days in jail and directed him to tell the truth as to whereabouts of the cash.
Just two years ago, McConville was even running for mayor of the Canadian capital, but his campaign failed, much like his marriage. The failed candidate is accused of selling his properties and businesses behind his wife's back and then tossing the cash onto two bonfires, according to O Canada.
He claims to have kept the receipts from the ATMs but no longer has the money. He is accused of selling some of his properties and businesses to his former accountant, even though a court order told him not to sell any assets. He is pictured outside his auto shop. Judge Phillips asked, according to O Canada who were present at the court hearing. What do you mean? McConville has stated that he is unable to provide any evidence of the cash being set on fire saying that he never filmed the bonfires or has any witnesses to back up his claims.
McConville has not produced any documentation to show how much he made from the sale of his businesses nor has be produced any evidence to show he actually burned his own money. A little goes a long way. I have always been frugal. That's why my business lasted for 31 years. The judge felt that McConville 'very clearly and deliberately set out to thwart the court and the proper administration of justice,' and sentenced him to 30 days in jail.
If that's the result you are trying to bring about, then so be it. But you cannot thumb your nose at the court as you have done. The judge made it crystal clear that he did not believe McConville's story about how he had disposed of the money. I don't trust you. I don't think you're honest,' the judge said. Argos AO. Money to burn! Share this article Share. More top stories. Bing Site Web Enter search term: Search.