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This year marks the 30th year of not knowing what happened to the remains of Douglas Babineau.

He disappeared from a party with a man who was later charged with creating an indignity to a human corpse.
Although the accused pleaded guilty to that charge, he did not have to say:
 Who the corpse was when it was alive
How it became a corpse
Why it became a corpse
Where the corpse was disposed of

Funny how our justice system really protects criminals, especially if they are police informants, even if they are murderous , violent criminals.



The fellow who was responsible for the act, has lived a relatively easy life on the outside - he has children & grandchildren, supported with our generous welfare and informant  systems.
And despite his violent, criminal background, he is free to do as he pleases. :(

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This year marks the 30th year of not knowing what happened to the remains of Douglas Babineau.

He disappeared from a party with a man who was later charged with creating an indignity to a human corpse.
Although the accused pleaded guilty to that charge, he did not have to say:
 Who the corpse was when it was alive
How it became a corpse
Why it became a corpse
Where the corpse was disposed of

Funny how our justice system really protects criminals, especially if they are police informants, even if they are murderous , violent criminals.

The fellow who was responsible for the act, has lived a relatively easy life on the outside - he has children & grandchildren, supported with our generous welfare and informant  systems.
And despite his violent, criminal background, he is free to do as he pleases. :(



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The guy who asked for help moving the body,was the one who was charged.  He was the one who we think was the  executioner.
The guy that came forward, said he had nightmares for years, but he was afraid for his family, as the other fellow ( who was charged, and convicted) was a very violent man.
He wasn't charged in  exchange for his testimony. 
Other than hiding the body, he didn't have a role in the murder.  His help earlier in the investigation might have led to a recovery of the body, but it could have also led to harm to this guy's family. Or himself.


 

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Thanks for your kind words.

We have been in touch with the RCMP, sporadically over the years, but nothing new.  They are courteous, and condescending, and one or two seemed genuinely disappointed that the guy who did the murder got away with it.
But, you have to keep trying to get answers, right?


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I am a sister of Doug.

T was a bit  annoyed at the RCMP for not having the case on their  missing person or unsolved murder site, and although being told a few times over the past few years that they were still working on it, and it would be put on their website, nthing happened.

A man who helped move my brother's body, came forward once his daughter was grown and gone. ( Moving a body is referred to in legal terms as creating an indignity to a human body).  He apparently helped move a body which he was 99.9& sure was my brother's, although he did not see the face, but he did see other identifying items that led him to conclude it was my brother.
According to him, the fellow who was charged- and pled guilty- to moving the body, came to his house in the early moring hours, and asked him to help move a jacked deer.  When he got his 4WD to the site of the body, it was wrapped in a tarp, and as they lifted it, my brothers foot fell out.  He was shocked to see it, and mentioned that it was DOug's foot ( he wore distinctive boots, and always with clean white socks).
The guy who had the body then patted his pocket, and said if he knew what was good for him & his family, he would keep his mouth shut.  Which he did for a very long time.

The sad part of the whole thing is that the body could not be found where it was dumped, in dense forseted rural area of NB.  Even using cadaver dogs.

And although he pled guilty, the fellow who had the body, did not have say who the body was when it was a living person, how it became a corpse, or where he left it.

He got a two month suspended sentence for being a good boy and "'fessing up".
And although this guy has a violent streak, he has been happlily living off taxpayers, with his girlfriend , three kids, and now a new granchild- collecting welfare, and getting away with a number of petty crimes.


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