Author Topic: Emma Fillipoff, 26, missing on Vancouver Island since Nov. 28, 2012  (Read 33229 times)

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Re: Emma Fillipoff, 26, missing on Vancouver Island since Nov. 28, 2012
« Reply #45 on: November 28, 2017, 07:48:41 PM »
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The charges were laid after a months-long police investigation into her son, real-estate agent Matthew Fillipoff, who the Ontario Provincial Police allege was supplying cocaine to street-level traffickers in Lanark County in southeastern Ontario.


Her brother's line of business is news to many of us! 

This may have something to do with his sister's disappearance?
Perhaps Emma's brother might be able to provide some names of those who would want to harm Emma, when and if they located her?

He was in a bad business, and some of his associates might have carried a grudge.

Is it even possible that Emma might also have had some information and they wanted to make sure that she would never talk? Could this explain her paranoia?

Did the police ever question him about such matters regarding Emma?



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Re: Emma Fillipoff, 26, missing on Vancouver Island since Nov. 28, 2012
« Reply #46 on: August 08, 2018, 05:26:52 PM »
The footage of Emma in the store reminds me of the footage of Elisa Lam peering out of the elevator. Elisa was found in a water tank on top of the hotel. Perhaps Emma hid somewhere as well and accidentally or purposely died?