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Author Topic: Dale Worthman & Kimberly Lockyer - August 27, 1993 - Murdered - St. Philip's  (Read 19546 times)

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Dale Worthman
Age: 30
COD:
DOB:  1963/01/22
Date found: July 16, 2006
Location found: St. John's, NL
Date last seen: August 27, 1993
Location last seen: St. Philip's, NL

Kimberly Lockyer
Age: 29
COD:
DOB:  1964/01/25
Date found: July 16, 2006
Location found: St. John's, NL
Date last seen: August 27, 1993
Location last seen: St. Philip's, NL

Dale Worthman and Kimberly Lockyer - August 27, 1993 - Murdered - St. Philip's - The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is still offering a reward up to $50,000 for information: On August 27, 1993 Dale Worthman, age 30 and Kimberly Lockyer, age 29,  went missing from their residence on Dogberry Hill Road, St. Philip's, NL. Their remains were recovered July 2006 in a wooded area off Thorburn Road, St. John?s, NL. Any person with information regarding this matter is asked to contact the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary. Call the Investigation Hotline - (709) 729-8814 or email  daleandkim@gov.nl.ca.
Human remains identified as pair missing since '93 - St. John's -- Human remains found at a remote site near St. John's last month are those of a couple who have been missing since 1993, authorities said yesterday. Simon Avis, the province's chief medical examiner, said Dale Worthman and Kim Lockyer had been shot to death.
http://www.cbc.ca/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2006/07/26/bones-dig.html

« Last Edit: May 28, 2009, 03:06:04 PM by Desespere »

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Anyone one know the trial date for the guy accused of this crime?
http://mindytran.com/worthmanupdates.htm

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Joe Oliver of St. Philips was taken into custody on Jan.12,2007. He is charged with two counts of second degree murder. At one point I think he was released on bail but it was revoked so I am not sure if he is still in custody today.
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So far Des I have been unable to find anything on that other than the fact that he was a suspect at the time that Joe Oliver was charged. Don't know if they still consider him to be or not.

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A newfoundland newspaper, the independant published a series of interviews done with the accused Joe Oliver. That newspaper has apparently folded and the links to the articles are now missing. Oliver claimed that there was something really strange going on but that he wasn't going to take the blame for what he had witnessed Murin do. A copy of those interviews are still available at mindytran.com/updates.htm

Note the difference in the legal assistance offered to Shannon Murrin for Mindy Tran's murder compared to that offered Joe Oliver for the Worthman Murder.

Murrin- Mindy tran case
Oliver-  Worthman Lockyer murders
quote" A day after Oliver�s arrest, RNC Const. Paul Davis told media there was another suspect"
the  missing article- http://www.theindependent.ca/article.asp?AID=1416&ATID=2

« Last Edit: August 18, 2008, 04:49:48 PM by D1 »

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Very sad that this young couple were murdered. I do not know what the motive was, but possibly it was drug related. It is sad that they had to be in contact with such violent individuals and their lives taken at such an early age. I send my condolences and prayers to the families, which at least now they have been laid to rest and they can visit the graveside if nothing else. I don't know if this case has come to trial yet, but will keep watch for any news on it.  ??? ??? ??? ??? ???

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So proud again this year just watching our justice system in action, the best in the world aye?

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A lengthy preliminary trial continues on in virtual secrecy under a media blackout in the province of Newfoundland. On trial is Joe Oliver, the man who went to the police with evidence of a long cold double murder. After leading investigators to the bodies, the murder weapon, and providing a witness statement to the police in which he identified Shannon Murrin as the killer, he is now on trial for the murders himself. Some may ask why a person who had supposedly gotten away with murder for so long would then turn himself in so many years later, some may ask why Shannon Murrin was not at least charged as a co-conspirator, but all is not that simple.
see- Murrin named

full story- http://mindytran.com/updates.htm
« Last Edit: December 25, 2008, 05:06:29 PM by D1 »

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that link seems to be dead D!

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Thanks ling, it's all fixed now..

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AHA~I knew it. Caught you red handed, just can't take a day off from the criminal elements. LOL Hope you enjoyed your holidays.

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you too cher..... on both remarks.....lol

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This case... the cover-up ..stinks to the high heavens --- all the way from one end of the country to the other.  ... the most corrupt... the most dangerous of law enforcement officials all involved in the Shannon Murrin crimes.  It stinks from BC to NFLD !...and all the provinces in between are just as contaminated...do doubt.

I don't know about you D1...but I've been thinking while I sit here realizing that Brian "Linganer" MacKinnon is the Shannon Murrin of New Waterford; and most of all, I can't help but wonder what becomes of those "protected informants"  or what we know as "rats who have murdered"????  When the cops get through using them (if the dealers don't catch on and kill them first) wouldn't they be just as likely to be found dead.... to shut them up for good???   oh wait! what am I saying? the ones we've read about and/or written about usually end up being found dead (robbery gone bad, drug overdose, whatever fits them best) ---- so I'm sure a lot of people will be glad when these protected criminal rats have become no longer useful.... can't happen soon enough.


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The problem with running even one rat like this through the sytem is that this breeds more of the same. Once the corrupt rat handling department gains a foothold; it forces all the cops, the politicians, lawyers and judges to cover for them. The same system then protects all the new rats and covers up a multitude of additional crimes afterwards. Allowing just one rat to get away with murdering children will guarantee more of the same. Unless the law that authorized the precedent setting coverup for mindy tran's murder is changed, it's now officially legal for agents of our police to murder our children, it's just illegal for you to know!

http://mindytran.com/conclusion.htm
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Apparently there is going to be a trial, will have to wait and see what kind of publication bans are put in place.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/canadianpress/article/ALeqM5jMYCZOLHFzPGWMawET5wV_InFmfw

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Wow! The man charged with these murders has named the real shooter in open court. He says Shannon Murrin, the man previously acquitted of the murder of 8 yr. old Mindy Tran pulled the trigger.
http://www.cbc.ca/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2009/05/25/oliver-worthman-lockyer.html

The agreed upon statement of fact contains all the details.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/pdf/nl-oliver-statement-20090525.pdf
« Last Edit: May 25, 2009, 11:58:04 AM by D1 »