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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #60 on: October 17, 2012, 01:37:22 AM »
There has to be more.
He is acting cocky and arrogant to police/authorities but I wonder if he was always that way, or just b/c he is cornered. Media state he has a baby face ... I see intense and burning eyes that are set close together ... however the intenseness is bothersome. They don't match the word pictures that family and friends give. 
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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #61 on: October 17, 2012, 01:49:39 AM »
Being cornered brings out the look, the disdain for authority the how dare you to me! I believe he bluffed it like a sociopath does prior. This may be the first real look his family or most anyone else has seen of him. The hunting and butchering of game was not likely a good thing for him. Whatever causes this sort of thing to grow in a person, it got triggered more so in him than anyone knew. imo.. And I agree, there may be more victims hidden away in his past. Maybe he was more careful earlier on, maybe he scared himself the first few times hence the longer gaps between victims. He seemed too cocky almost out of control near the end but as shown, it was really just by luck that he got caught.

Madisson, do we know if it was possible?

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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #62 on: October 17, 2012, 02:31:14 AM »

I wonder if he attacked men as well as there are a lot more men missing in his time frame than females in BC. I also wonder if he had not gone fishing and hunting so much whether he would have turned out the way he has ... nah, it had to have been with him, his psyche. Our family hunted and fished for years. No one liked the gory part of gutting and skinning etc but it had to be done if we wanted some good lean meat. None of the hunters I know went on to killing humans for sport.
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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #63 on: October 17, 2012, 03:48:06 AM »
Hunting, like gathering is a primitive instinct.  The need for food for basic survival, similar to farming. 
I think if we look into Cody's past, something was missing.  Who knows what was occurring behind "closed doors?".   Something triggered him each time and something kept him stable.  Interesting thing is he seems to be most active in late summer and Fall, hunting season.  He seems to choose vulnerable victims, but has gotten involved with them prior.  Cold, callous and calculating- I wonder what his IQ is, and why not in school furthering his education?  http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/serial_killers/predators/cody-legebokoff/the-country-boy-killer.html
Serial killers are known to start with killing/mutilating small animals.  Someone knows, and someone closed their eyes to it. 
He lived with women according to the article.  But what did he do with Natasha, why hasn't she been found?  She has to be somewhere remote. 


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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #64 on: October 17, 2012, 05:13:21 AM »
Since he did start murdering at such a young age, I wonder if it has anything to do with his sexuality.  The Police have said he was a sexual deviant....whatever they mean by that comment, I'm not really sure.


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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #65 on: October 17, 2012, 08:20:21 AM »
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Madisson, do we know if it was possible?

It wouldn't be possible for Cody to have killed Madison, as he was already incarcerated at the time she went missing. I believe he was arrested later for the others at Prince George Correctional. I'll have to go back and check.
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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #66 on: October 17, 2012, 08:27:38 AM »
This is taken from an October 2011 article.

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Cody Alan Legebokoff has been charged with three counts of first degree murder.

RCMP in Prince George called a press conference Monday morning to announce a series of homicide charges in connection with an investigation dating back to 2009.

Insp. Brendan Fitzpatrick says a 10 month investigation that included the unusual step of utilizing a Forensic Specialist from the United States, led police to arrest Legebokoff.

"The 21-year-old was arrested at the Prince George Regional Correction Centre, as he is currently awaiting trial in the November 2010 homicide of 15-year-old Loren Donn Leslie from Fraser Lake, B.C."

The three new counts of first degree murder against Ledebokoff are in connection with deaths of 35-year-old Jill Stacey Stuchenko, 35-year-old Cynthia Frances Maas, and 23-year-old Natasha Lynn Montgomery.


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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #67 on: October 17, 2012, 08:30:43 AM »
You are correct Debbie. I thought Madison was missing longer but it was May 2011. I will remove some posts. Thanx.

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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #68 on: October 17, 2012, 08:57:38 AM »
Hunting, like gathering is a primitive instinct.  The need for food for basic survival, similar to farming. 
I think if we look into Cody's past, something was missing.  Who knows what was occurring behind "closed doors?".   Something triggered him each time and something kept him stable.  Interesting thing is he seems to be most active in late summer and Fall, hunting season.  He seems to choose vulnerable victims, but has gotten involved with them prior.  Cold, callous and calculating- I wonder what his IQ is, and why not in school furthering his education?  http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/serial_killers/predators/cody-legebokoff/the-country-boy-killer.html
Serial killers are known to start with killing/mutilating small animals.  Someone knows, and someone closed their eyes to it. 
He lived with women according to the article.  But what did he do with Natasha, why hasn't she been found?  She has to be somewhere remote. 



According to the articles in the link, he was a hockey player and his dad a coach. I don't know about anyone else's experiences with hockey at a young age but what I saw from fathers whose boys were in the category of hockey (beginning Jr. High ... 7th grade) I was horrified at some of the fathers reactions when their boys made a mistake. Kids were crying and fathers acting like they lost a war. I often wondered how these boys developed afterwards. I'm not saying this was the case with Cody and his dad ... just wondering if he was pressured to be the best. Whether he had to live the parents' dreams?

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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #69 on: October 17, 2012, 10:32:50 AM »
Our family was shown a picture of Cody the night he was arrested I can tell you he looked to be a very angry soul, not the baby face pic we seen in the papers. I have seen a comment on one of the newspaper article about Cody and the person said Cody had alot of issue with anger and the person wasn't suprised by this! Totally different then what everyone else is saying, mind you only one person posted this. But then I have read articles that the Legebokoff family was the pedastal of Ft St James, employing many of the citizens, owning some of the down town buildings, they owned a mill and logging out fits. So why would people come forward and chance losing they're job ect. Correct me if I'm wrong, this is a small community!

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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #70 on: October 17, 2012, 10:38:16 AM »
Okay....so Legebokoff has been in jail since November 2010, when they caught him red-handed after he murdered Loren.

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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #71 on: October 17, 2012, 10:44:05 AM »
Gumpslou, I hear you. Small town puppets! That's why this has been confusing for me, reading all the glowing reports; such a contrast to suddenly becoming a serial killer.
He is beginning to sound like another Joran van der Sloot case... Thanks for that info.

Jobo yes cody was in PG detention since the murder of Loren.   

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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #72 on: October 17, 2012, 10:54:11 AM »
This I just noticed from an article on page 3:

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In Alberta, where Legebokoff lived and was apparently spotted again shortly before the murder of Leslie, police have been updated by their B.C. counterparts.

So the end of November 2010 he was here again! That's the time he never told anyone or gave any explanation where he was for a few weeks.

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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #73 on: October 17, 2012, 11:04:15 AM »
I am in 'small town' Ontario.  I have seen some families go through hell with what their kids have done.  But, most of the families are/were well thought of before their kids did horrible things.   

I would like to hear what CL's ex's have to say, they might know more than his family.
No matter what, CL is totally responsible for his actions.

SAP:  I wonder if they mean Lethbridge.  Also, I read an article on here somewhere, where the guy being interviewed said that CL never missed work....and then I read that he just disappeared for several days at one point.  (probably in reference to this 'spotting' in Alberta).  Totally contradicting statements.

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Re: Cody Alan Legebokoff - Prince George, BC
« Reply #74 on: October 17, 2012, 11:27:08 AM »
He had been in Lethbridge between 2008 and 2009, and the time he went missing was November 2010 where they stated he had been spotted in Ab. The spotting could have been an error also; someone thinking they saw him. At least AB RCMP were made aware just in case.

Re: his disappearance ... perhaps he had some vacation days, or perhaps the dealership was owned by his parents and managed by someone else? Or part ownership?
Yes the media don't always get things correct either.

Parents shouldn't have to pay the price for the trouble their kids get into ... however they shouldn't either turn a blind eye to problems their kid is having at a young age. How can anyone hide anger issues, especially a teen?