Author Topic: Corrine Belanger-DNA testing helped police lay charges in 2001 cold case murder  (Read 13442 times)

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http://www.calgarysun.com/2013/02/27/calgary-murder-victim-corinne-belanger-expressed-fears-about-her-safety-before-she-was-slain
Calgary murder victim Corinne Belanger expressed fears about her safety before she was slain
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Defence lawyer Paul Brunnen will indicate to jurors Thursday whether he intends to call evidence.
 
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The whole thing smells fishy. People do not kill without a strong motive. Could this have been a hired hit?

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Why would Brown keep quiet about that, if Vollmin hired him? Wouldn't he want to save his own skin? Unless Vollmin has some info on Brown that would put Brown in a worse situation, it doesn't make sense.
According to some articles, Vollmin took their two year old son on long haul trucking jobs to USA. What an upbringing under his fathers' care! Yet he seems to look happy on FB.

RIP Corinne.  :'( I just wish you had fled to safety long before, and with your son. 

For all young mothers who begin to feel unsafe with their spouses, listen to your gut instinct ... gather your children, borrow money if you have to and get far away from there and to a shelter. Once safe, you can arrange to have your belongings sent for and the staff in the shelters will assist you in getting on your feet.
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Well for one thing, if the accused wants to point the blame at the ex-husband for hiring him to kill Corrine, that means the accused has to come out and admit he's guilty of murder! Perhaps he's still hoping to get off on lack of evidence. But if the accused really did act on his own and come up with the idea to kill Corrine, it's a highly unusual case for a third party in a marital dispute to do this unless it's some kind of love triangle, which it doesn't seem to have been. Could the accused have been "in love" with Corrine's ex or have had such intense loyalty to him that he would eliminated the mother of a young child? It's seems a pathologicaly crazy thing to do. Some people will murder for money, we know that. What did this guy murder for -- a twisted version of friendship?  Unusual motive in this culture, I say.
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Another sting.

http://www.calgarysun.com/2013/04/09/barry-david-brown-denied-freedom-pending-appeal-of-first-degree-murder-conviction

Undercover cops tried to lure then-murder suspect Barry David Brown into fleeing the country prior to his arrest, his lawyer said Tuesday.No appeal date has been set.

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