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General Discussion / So where do we go from here Chris?
« on: October 15, 2017, 03:04:12 PM »
Now that all picture and/or attachment files posted all these years, have been "corrupted", it sure "waters down" a lot of posts in many threads.  What do you suggest, if anything, as a remedy for this Chris?  Would it help to re-post such pictures or attachments?  or will the new "server" corrupt/distort them as well? 
 
... or is it safe to assume that any/all newly added (from the beginning of the new server/service) be view-able?    just wondering!  The loss of so much is such a blow to the purpose of all the posts. .. (imo)

Thanks for always being here.  Did the sister site, south of the boarder suffer the same?

Lostlinganer

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I am a firm believer that wherever there is a place for corruption, that corruption takes place!

Ever wonder why so many missing people, especially the youngest and healthiest are never found.
Ever wonder how accessible your personal medical history is in this province, in this country and in the world? 
Every wonder why body pieces often wash up on coast lines? 
Ever imagine "floating operating rooms on cargo ships"? 
Ever wonder if emergency vehicles transport only medical emergencies and accident victims? 
Ever wonder what parts of a healthy body are worth?

Ever imagine who could easily carry out such sales very simply?  How many capable sources of such possible crimes can you come up with?

Do you think, for a moment:  Could that happen in my town city? province?  I would say; "why not"? 

http://www.stoporganharvesting.org/what-is-organ-harvesting/

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I've been trying to find a thread on Kim Amero, but all I can find is mention of her in other threads of unsolved cases in specific area.  It is never too late imo.  So I am starting this thread for Kim now.  Maybe someone from her life will see fit to come forward.  Tonight there will be a program aired about Kim.  https://www.findingkimamero.com/

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http://www.capebretonpost.com/news/local/2017/8/30/prominent-sydney-businessman-victim-of-homicide.html

SYDNEY, N.S. ? Jim Matthews, the owner of Prince Street Market and other buildings in Sydney, has been identified as the victim in Tuesday?s alleged homicide. 

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 Prominent Sydney and Halifax businessman victim of homicide
Jim Matthews, 54, a successful Cape Breton businessman who owned the Prince Street Market and other buildings in the area, has been identified as the victim of Tuesday's alleged homicide. In this picture, he is hiking during one of his many trips overseas.
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His sister, Donna Matthews-Hicks, confirmed his death to the Cape Breton Post on Wednesday and that immediate family have been notified.

?I want people to know that we (the family) won?t stop until we find the ruthless bastard that killed my brother,? she said in an interview conducted on Facebook because she felt discussing her brother through that medium would be easier at this point in time.

She told the Post that Matthews lived with his partner, Stephen Couban in Halifax, and is survived by six sisters.

The 54-year-old, who co-owned Matthews McDonough Financial Planning in Halifax, spent a lot of time in Sydney ?building on a dream to revitalize the economy? and business downtown.

?He loved Sydney and believed in Sydney,? Matthews-Hicks said.

?He took his creativity and money to bring life back to Sydney and Cape Breton.?


He took his creativity and money to bring life back to Sydney and Cape Breton

Donna Matthews-Hicks

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Jim Matthews, 54, gives his sister, Donna Matthews-Hicks, away at her wedding two-years ago.

Police responded to a Prince Street address around 11 a.m. Tuesday after receiving a report of a deceased person.

Upon their arrival at the scene, officers discovered the body of man in his fifties inside his apartment.

As of Tuesday afternoon, police reported the the death as suspicious in nature and were treating it as a homicide.

Calls to police on Wednesday were not immediately returned.

More to come.



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Will the citizens of this country and this world, ever stand up for these babies?  What will it take?  Is John Q Public really stupid enough to think the authorities (use that word with a grain of wonder) will handle this properly?  - they seldom do!!! because those doing the deeds are already too rich and/or too powerful to punish!!!  >:( >:( >:(
It is beyond what a normal human being should tolerate in this world at this point in time.
  Why don't these "tough guys" who shoot down people worshiping in mosques, eating in restaurants, attending gala affairs etc. turn their sickness to something constructive like hunting down the likes of these? !!!!!   http://fightthenewdrug.org/400-children-rescued-hundreds-of-adults-arrested-after-police-take-down-child-porn-empire

www.cybertipline.com , or call 1-800-843-5678.

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debbiec; could you link and/or remove the following if it is already somewhere in this site.  ...maybe in Ellie May Meyers thread  .... I don't want to duplicate, but figure this would be a good topic for some of us "oldies" to offer some otherwise forgotten information from back a few years.  ... good place to start or rekindle.


http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/alberta-rcmp-offer-100-000-reward-for-serial-killer-1.557283

ave released a profile of a man they believe has killed several prostitutes in Edmonton, and are offering a reward of $100,000 for information leading to his arrest and conviction.

Along with at least eight deaths that the RCMP are calling confirmed homicides, they're also investigating the suspicious deaths of two other sex-trade workers since 1998.

The bodies of 20 women have been found in rural areas around Alberta's capital since 1983. Four were discovered in the first seven months of 2003 alone.

A police task force called Project KARE has been looking into the cases of women living high-risk lifestyles who have disappeared or been found dead.

Up until Friday, RCMP officers working on the investigation would say only that they believe one person was responsible for "more than one" of the deaths.

Now they are referring to one or more "serial offenders," who may or may not be working together, in the hope that someone will come forward to stop the crimes.

"We don't necessarily use the terminology 'serial killer' because it seems to be terminology that is sensationalized by the media, by movies," RCMP Const. Tamara Bellamy told a news conference. "We prefer just 'serial offender.'"

A profile prepared by the RCMP's Behavioural Sciences Branch suggests the killer:

■Drives a reliable, high-mileage truck, van or sport utility vehicle, and is comfortable driving in rural areas.
■Likes to hunt, fish, camp or participate in other outdoor activities.
■Has a past or present connection to the area south of Edmonton, including Leduc, Camrose and New Sarepta.
■May clean his vehicle at odd times of the day.


"The public should not be discouraged from calling if the person that they suspect does not possess all of these traits," said a police news release about the profile. "We still want your calls.

"The offender is someone's neighbour, friend, brother or son."

Police have also identified three separate killing grounds around the Edmonton area that are being used for the murders.

One is the Sherwood Park area, where four bodies have been found since January 2003.

■FROM MAY 12, 2005: Police try to trace dead woman's last days


The most recent victim found there was Ellie May Meyer, 33, whose body was discovered in May of this year.

Kate Quinn, a member of the Prostitution Awareness and Action Foundation of Edmonton, welcomed word that the RCMP are offering a reward of up to $100,000 if someone comes forward to identify a suspect who is later convicted.

"That encourages me, and I think it sends a strong message to the political leaders and the community that they're getting closer," Quinn said.

"The person that killed the women is moving amongst the community."

add to this, the following.  http://www.theobserver.ca/2012/09/04/skull-found-near-edmonton-identified-as-mother-missing-since-2010

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http://www.wmtw.com/news/maine-state-police-make-arrest-in-1980-killing/38341080


Joyce McLain found dead in East Millinocket, Maine in 1980   ... I have catching up to do on this case, but when I see this, I cannot help but wonder if this was his only victim.


....looks as though he was rotten for years:  http://bangordailynews.com/2009/12/31/news/judge-shocked-convictrsquos-exwife/

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Sex Crimes / 500 Asian women victims of this group operating in Canada
« on: April 02, 2015, 07:16:53 PM »


We really need to lift our heads and pay attention here.... don't forget folks... women are taken from their homelands every day, to be used in other countries.  This affects all women.. worldwide.  I only hope women's organizations step up and have "a say/opinion" on this revelation.


http://thechronicleherald.ca/canada/1278283-human-smuggling-prostitution-ring-busted-included-halifax-brothel

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February 16: James John Morris is facing second degree murder charges after police accused him of killing Christophur Baur and hiding his body for six weeks. http://globalnews.ca/video/1833242/winnipeg-police-release-details-of-christophur-baur-homicide/


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http://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/2015/01/06/toronto-police-issue-warning-about-release-of-pedophile-who-once-lived-in-Peterborough

James Alfred Cooper, who has been described as Canada's worst pedophile, is now living freely in Toronto after serving 21 years behind bars for the brutal rape and torture of six kids in the Hamilton area.

And even at 79 years old, Toronto Police remain so concerned the convicted sexual predator may strike again that they have taken the unusual step of warning the public about his release from prison.

"This is fairly rare," spokesman Mark Pugash said Tuesday. "It's something we only do maybe two or three times a year.

The warning, issued a day earlier by the Sex Crimes Unit, revealed Cooper was freed Monday after serving a 21-year sentence and will be residing in Toronto.

Cops also explained they were "notifying the public about his release because of his potential to re-offend against children."

Cooper was found guilty in 1993 of five counts of gross indecency, three counts of indecent assault, two counts of rape, assault causing bodily harm, sexual intercourse with a female under the age of 14, buggery, and sexual assault.

He was initially ordered jailed 30 years but that sentence was reduced to 21 years on appeal.

Cooper was granted statutory release in 2008 after serving two-thirds of his sentence. That release was revoked in 2012 after he breached his conditions and he was sent back to prison to serve out the remainder of his sentence.

His latest release includes court-ordered conditions that require him to report to police weekly and forbid him from attending any daycare centre, school property, playground, arcade, public swimming area or public park.

He is also not allowed to have contact, "direct or indirect," with anyone under the age of 16. And he must notify cops before engaging in an intimate relationship, living with or marrying someone who is a parent or legal guardian of a child under 16.

While Cooper's crimes were committed in the Hamilton area and he lived in Peterborough during his last release, Pugash said Toronto Police are now involved because "this is where he's living."

Although Pugash refused to say exactly where in the city Cooper is residing, he did explain the decision to issue a public warning is not one that cops take lightly.

"We look at each case individually," he said, explaining the decision is based on medical reports outlining the pedophile's risk of re-offending as well as various other factors.

"The issue for us is that if we believe the person poses a threat of re-offending then we take whatever steps are necessary to protect public safety," Pugash said.

chris.doucette@sunmedia.ca

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last seen on Townsend Street in Sydney, Cape Beton

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It is not because the authorities aren't continuously flying over and monitoring the deep woods, where drug producers may have plantings in areas accessible by ATV etc.  .... no, it is also because the grow ops are so cleverly disguised:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/marijuana-grow-op-found-in-special-care-home-for-seniors-1.2428045


Marijuana grow-op found in special care home for seniors

RCMP alerted after firefighters responded to a fire in the building

CBC News Posted: Nov 15, 2013 1:17 PM AT| Last Updated: Nov 15, 2013 2:18 PM AT
 
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General Discussion / human remains west of Prince George,BC
« on: November 05, 2013, 08:00:09 PM »
[quoteHuman remains found near Gravel Pit Lake

Posted On 05 Nov 2013By : Staff ReporterComment: 0Tag:  RCMP


The Prince George RCMP and the BC Coroners Service are currently investigating a report of found human remains west of Prince George.

Just after noon on Saturday the Prince George RCMP received a report of  found human remains at Gravel Pit Lake, just off Highway 16 West near Isle Pierre Road.

On attendance to the area, police located a burnt out structure and human remains. Police have attended the scene and continue to investigate with the assistance of the BC Coroners Service and fire investigators.

No further details will be released at this time.

Investigators would like to speak to anyone that may have witnessed a fire in the area of Gravel Pit Lake approximately two weeks ago.  If you have any information about this investigation, please contact the Prince George RCMP at  (250)561-3300 .
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http://www.pgfreepress.com/human-remains-found-near-gravel-pit-lake/

I seem to recall we were discussing a missing man from here a few weeks back;  I forget the man's name.  I recall expressing there should be far more interest in finding this man.  I also was surprised Prince George was in BC... I had assumed it was in Alberta.  God bless this person's soul.. whoever it is.

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I'm sure that any Caper on this site and/or reading this site, will agree with me.  Time after time, year after year, decade after decade - this is a "typical" headline in Cape Breton.

I remember many years ago, when I myself, like most people, just thought this type of headline was normal..... or even "no headline" was normal.... often just word on the street that someone was fished out of the local harbor or found at the bottom of a local cliff.  Nobody ever questioned those things in Cape Breton, or if they did, they would change their minds pretty quick. 

I recall hearing so often, the expression:  You could be found with a knife in your back on the main street and the local authorities would call it "suicide"!  That has always been a joke in Cape Breton.  It makes a person wonder if there's something in the water here.... or in the air, that makes a "everything alright as long as it doesn't happen to me" attitude in Capers. I have one "outspoken friend" who always said "I swear when people were born in C.B. hospitals all these years, their "backbone" was removed".... meaning of course, their "guts!, courage, need for truth or answers!.   

Everything seems to be a joke to all those it doesn't affect.  Anyway folks, I'm just "venting here".... because I get so frustrated when the day starts off with these headlines.  If a person is found floating dead, how can authorities just dictate "no foul play suspected"..... It just seems to me life is no longer of value in this world unless it is the life of somebody who is leaving behind "Big Money" etc.  .... then everything is quite important even if it is a normal death!!  jmho!

 
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The body of a man is removed shortly after it was discovered partially submerged along the shoreline just north of the Sydney Marine Terminal on Tuesday morning. Steve Wadden - Cape Breton Post

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