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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/wyatt-debruin-identified-as-laura-szendrei-s-killer-1.2508497

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A Surrey judge has lifted a publication ban on identifying Wyatt DeBruin as the teenager who was convicted of killing Delta teen Laura Szendrei.

DeBruin beat 15-year-old Laura Szendrei to death in 2010. He was sentenced as an adult in October 2013 and handed a life term, without chance of parole for seven years.

He was just days short of his 18th birthday when he killed Szendrei as she walked through Mackie Park in Delta, B.C., on her way to meet friends.

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/story/2013/05/28/saskatoon-body-river-bridge.html

A body was found by people in a canoe today in the South Saskatchewan River near the Circle Drive Bridge.

Saskatoon Police do not suspect foul play. They believe they know the identity of the deceased male but this cannot be confirmed until an autopsy and fingerprints can be completed. Both are scheduled for tomorrow.

Police confirmed that the body is not that of Joseph Pelletier, the Saskatoon man reported to be missing.

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Vancouver / Re: Jaskaran Singh Sandhu slain in Surrey BC
« on: March 13, 2013, 08:39:49 AM »
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2013/03/13/bc-colebrook-surrey-homicide.html

Looks like this has become a gang dumping site for bodies. sad.

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General Discussion / Re: The death of Ashley Smith
« on: January 18, 2013, 02:48:08 AM »
Also please do understand that I feel this is a tragic situation for all involved. I feel that she did slip through the cracks of the mental health system early on. However it makes me upset when there is biased reporting without exploring all sides. As a journalist it is frustrating for those of us who want the whole situation out there.

They did attempt to treat her early on but she became aggressive and dangerous when not restrained. And most psychologist in that system wrote her off at that point. It is a sad situation and also a very complex one.

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General Discussion / Re: The death of Ashley Smith
« on: January 18, 2013, 02:32:24 AM »
Homemade weapons that she would pull out whenever she would be cut down. Several people she stabbed as well as feces thrown at people through doors.

By the time she got to kitchener everyone refused to work with her because that is how dangrous she was. I don't think the order that management gave out was a good one but too many people were getting very hurt and injured.

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General Discussion / Re: The death of Ashley Smith
« on: January 17, 2013, 09:21:39 PM »
Please don't judge these guards harshly. There are a lot of things being misreported/not reported in the media about this case.

If you really need/want to know pm me and I will try to answer your questions as best as I can.

Edited to protect people.

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Saskatoon / Re: Human Remains found - Saskatoon, December 12, 2012
« on: December 15, 2012, 12:55:57 AM »
http://www.police.saskatoon.sk.ca/index.php?loc=headlines.php&news_id=2012882

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Date: December 14, 2012 2:37 PMRelease Number: 2012882
Released By: Alyson EdwardsOccurrence Number: 12-118749
Subject: Update - Report Of Human Remains - 500 Block Of Adilman Drive (rel#875,877)

An autopsy on the remains of a male found near the river earlier this week was performed earlier today. The Office of the Chief Coroner has, based on the scene, and pending toxicology and microscopic examinations, determined the cause of death was most likely hypothermia. There is no evidence to date to suggest foul play was involved in the death.


The deceased male has been positively identified by the Saskatoon Police Service as a 36 year old Saskatoon man. His family has been notified and has requested that his name not be released publicly.


The Saskatoon Police Service Major Crime Unit has also determined that the 36 year old man was not a subject of a missing person investigation.


At approximately 2:00 p.m., December 12, 2012, Police were called to an area near the riverbank and Adilman Drive after a passerby reported finding human remains.

So no closure for any of the families above and tragedy for another. Thoughts with this family.

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Saskatoon / Re: Human Remains found - Saskatoon, December 12, 2012
« on: December 12, 2012, 11:16:29 PM »
Also some older missing persons cases from the Saskatoon Police Service

-Darlene Anderson - Last seen November 6, 2006

-Antonie Medzech - Last seen December 13, 2002

-William Krowchuk - Last seen July 9, 1998

-Shirley Lonethunder - Last seen December 24, 1991

-Andrew Wiebe - Last seen January 11, 1988

- Marc April - Last seen January 31, 1987

- Peter McKay - Last seen December 31, 1986

-William Gill - Last seen December 21, 1981

-Kathleen 'Grace' Johnston - Last seen October 20, 1953

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Saskatoon / Re: Human Remains found - Saskatoon, December 12, 2012
« on: December 12, 2012, 11:09:25 PM »
Missing People in Saskatoon:

-Julia Horse 16, Missing since November 22nd

-Elaina Herman 16, Missing since November 21st

-Hday Abdul Mohamed 54, Missing since November 1st

-Hamza Alsharief, who hasn't been seen since last December

-Megan Vivian Torrie, missing since Feb 2011

-Ricky Riopel 50, Missing since August 2010

-Karina Beth Ann Wolfe, Missing since July 2012



I am thinking it maybe could be Hamza Alsharief depending on the area it was found, I am not familiar if that area is before or after the train bridge.

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General Discussion / Re: MURDER "HOUSES" - CARRY STIGMA FOR YEARS
« on: November 20, 2012, 10:32:28 PM »
I know in some places the Realtor is legally obligated to tell if the house has had a murder in it but I don't think Ontario is one of those places. My thing is not so much learning if the house I live in has had a murder in it or not but if it ever was a drug house. Now that is scary.

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Has anyone heard from Baba Donya? Or do you have any new news you can tell us Baba Donya?

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General Discussion / Re: People missing in the bush of Northern Ontario
« on: November 15, 2012, 07:46:20 PM »
@Peter

Windy Lake is a magical, mythical place. I have had a lot of strange experiences at our camp of the super natural variety and I am not a believer of those things per say. But I have had a lot of unexplained things happen out there. I could see "big foot" creatures being attracted to the landscape there. I know the bay our camp is on (Hawk's Bay) is very step, rugged and secluded. Lots of places to hide. Are you from the area at all?

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General Discussion / Re: People missing in the bush of Northern Ontario
« on: November 14, 2012, 09:25:22 AM »
@Peter
That is interesting that you mention Windy Lake road as the Wolverine in question was seen at our family camp on Windy Lake.  :)


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General Discussion / Re: People missing in the bush of Northern Ontario
« on: November 13, 2012, 02:09:43 AM »
I just want to say that I have seen wolverines around the Levack area. Which is about 45 minutes north of Sudbury so they definitely exist further south than Cochrane.

Also I wouldn't be too surprised if we had something like "bigfoot" in the woods of Northern Canada. Think about how much uninhabited territory is in there.

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