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Harry Corbett, New Waterford,NS
« on: July 14, 2008, 03:13:34 PM »
Here is another example of Authorities in Cape Breton and Nova Scotia refusing justice and refusing to "do the job"...why...well because those involved with his murder are so far into drug connections, the local cops won't touch say nothing for the fact that two of those involved (according to the rumors) were directly involved in other murder/s and crime in that town.... of whom (if he is one of Corbett's murderers) is also one of the main culprits who beat Clayton miller...that in itself would halt the police from further action because that particular peice of scum already has the local cops and their RCMP co-horts from the 90's, over a barrell for picking Clayton up, finishing him off and dumping him....that piece of scum has used the "knowledge is power" weapon to protect himself ever since he and his two thug friends booted Clayton to a pulp and lifeless state ... then must have stood back and watched the police drag him off.......If you have damaging information on record, and put in on a video (kept in safe holding) you can get away with murder;....that's the only possible explanation that could explain how he gets away with so much....for example, taking his dying mother's oxycontyn from her - leaving her suffering and then stabbing his brother who tried to get it back from him....there's also a rumor the same guy was paid by Leo Mac Lean (now doing life for his wife's murder) to dispose of her body..........rumors are rumors; but this is the only thing that can explain three or four thugs who are rumored to have beaten Harry Corbett to death, kept his body in a refridgerator for days, transported it to the wooded areas below Corbett's in a blue truck with ladder on top, and strung Corbett on on a tree or whatever to appear as suicide and exposure, then burned the house where the crime took place to destoy dna and evidence. .

Police say Corbett case closed
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 | 5:11 PM AT
CBC News
Cape Breton police say they won't reopen the investigation into the death of a young man that sparked an angry mob to take to the streets Monday.

The body of 25-year-old Harry Corbett was discovered in the woods near New Waterford last Friday.

Police have not said how Corbett died, but say his death is not suspicious.

More than 100 people converged on the police station Monday saying they believed drug dealers were involved and demanding police take action.

However, police Chief Edgar MacLeod said Tuesday the case is closed.

"We're putting an end to those rumours right now," said MacLeod, adding the medical examiner's office has confirmed there was no foul play.

Corbett's friends say they believe he died in a drug deal gone bad.

Following a prayer service for Corbett on Tuesday, several people said they find it tough to let go of their questions.

"New Waterford's going crazy," one young woman told CBC News. "There's too much crime going on. Something needs to be done about it."

MacLeod said there is a problem with illegal drugs in the Cape Breton community and if residents want to act, they should call a meeting about it.

Last Updated: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 | 9:43 AM AT
CBC News
Two people in New Waterford face charges after an angry mob visited homes of people they believed were involved in a death that investigators say didn't involve foul play.

More than 100 people took to the town streets on Monday, convinced that police were mishandling the death of Harry Corbett.

Corbett, 25, was found dead in a wooded area near the Nova Scotia town on Friday.

An autopsy was performed over the weekend in Halifax. Cape Breton Regional Police have not released the cause of death, but have ruled out foul play.

Police say rumours were circulating in the Cape Breton community that Corbett had been assaulted and there were witnesses who didn't help him.

The rumours are simply not true, police say, but residents decided to take matters in their own hands and visited the homes of people they believe were connected to Corbett's death.

"What we've got is a kind of vigilante situation," said associate police chief Dave Wilson, one of 20 officers called to disperse the crowd.

The crowd dispersed by 8:30 p.m.

Two people were arrested Monday night and face charges of disturbing the peace and obstruction of justice.

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Re: Harry Corbett, New Waterford,NS
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2008, 12:54:34 AM »
Wow! I never heard of that. It is amazing sometimes what goes on in Canada that never makes the news. I follow news a lot too.

So the residents know where the crininals are, what they are doing but the police don't?

Do you know why they said it was not suspicious?


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Re: Harry Corbett, New Waterford,NS
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2008, 11:07:19 AM »
the answer to that Chris; is within the context of the initial post.....or, in my own words:  the authorities can say and do what they want or need to do! what are you going to do about it, call the police?.... well it is the police who decide what gets covered up or dealt with.  The thugs involved in Harry Corbett's murder, if the rumors are true.... have much too much on police for police to prosecute them.  I did send you a personal email yesterday Chris, explaining that one of these thugs already has the police over a barrel in regards to Clayton's murder....I have to do a little more research and one needs statements or taped coversations before they post what I wrote you personally yesterday.