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"andrew kinsman" Discussed on The Big Story
"Involved in Andrew kinsman disappearance. That's how it was initially. And then he becomes a suspect in the murder, and also there are these men who disappeared from the village and their disappearances have never been solved. In this causes us. Concern. So it's being the c conduct strongly. They're being put together. Right. I think what has upset many people in the community from what I'm hearing from my sources, is that there was some kind of element of gas lighting that was going on, because there had been you know, this year's long concern that men had been going missing and people were saying the word serial killer that to have the chief of police say that there wasn't there wasn't the evidence to back that up and then only a few weeks later. Sure enough. That's what they had on their hands. That has been destabilizing I think to, to too many people, you can see though. How how quickly it evolved from having Bruce, MacArthur be a suspect in intricate. Kinsman skilling to suddenly being a serial killer. We know that, that actually happened in the course of a day. Tell me about the rest of that day. Then once they find the photos. What happens? So the decision is made to arrest MacArthur, but to preserve the integrity of a major case like this, they have to do everything possible to make sure that Abbott's is not lost. It's important to remember that at this time they didn't know if Bruce MacArthur was acting alone. So there were people that they thought might be helping him. They had no evidence I should stress it no evidence of that. But they, they didn't have evidence to the contrary, either. So they had to make sure that police were in place, and that, that warrants were in the in the process, you know before the courts to be able to search certain addresses that included the Mallory crescent address where we know sadly know that Bruce, had had kept some of his victim's bodies, all of us victim's bodies. So they knew that they needed some time to get that in place, two or three days. So that. Vision is made we're going to arrest him. I believe it was on a Saturday. And I think it was a Wednesday and, you know, give or take a few days in there, and so they decided we're going to watch him, you know, round the clock and get everything in place. But there's a caveat and caveat is from the images, they've found they know that, that it's very likely that Bruce, MacArthur killed one person or more in his bedroom or in his apartment and prior to that the theory had been that Andrew kinsman had been killed in his van. And so police have ways to intervene and, and have far more control when the scene of a crime per se is of the Ecole they don't have that control when it's an apartment when someone's own residence. So the rule the caveat was under no circumstances can Bruce MacArthur, be alone in his home with another man. And sure enough. What does he do lesson? Twenty four hours later. He takes a man back to his apartment alone. And then what happens well, everything the way that I understand. It was it was sort of controlled chaos. The decision is made to arrest. Macarthur immediately. There are already some officers at MacArthur apartment building. Dave Dickenson the primary investigator goes to the scene very quickly and they go up his apartment, and they arrest him and what's really quite tragic, and remarkable is that the individual who he had in his apartment. The core core documents had identified him by a student, John and John had been handcuffed and was naked and black bay had been put over his head. And that's when police went into the apartment they found him handcuffed and Justice McMahon, who was the judge on this case said in, in basically no uncertain terms that he was sure that John was going to be the next victim. So. So it was it was really good that they intervened. What did some of the police officers that you talked to in the course of this investigation? Tell you it was like to work on something like that. That was stale for so long. And then finished so quickly and furiously what I know is that they are really pleased at that they could bring some finality to the families who had been wondering for so long, you know, in that point can't be overstated. These people didn't know what happened to their loved ones. That's different from having your relative be the victim of violent crime. And so to have number one, the uncertainty of what happened. And then, number two finally finding out what happened in having it be so horrific. Those are two different kinds of grief as I understand it. And so, at least to bring an end to the suffering of not knowing I think that has been really big for, for the police that I have heard from. I think it's important to know that there is an ongoing review right now done by former Ontario court of appeal Justice Gloria up Stein. How do the police feel about that? They talk to you about that at all. This was this was officially endorsed by the Toronto. Police chief Saunders has supported this and it's trying to police services board who unanimously passed, basically the for this altogether to be perfectly honest with you. I think that they actually support it because it's going to come out with some recommendations about how did you things better? And everyone can can get behind that. I think. Thanks, wendy.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on KTOK
"Okay. Lee matthews. Eight four zero one thousand star one thousand you hear about that three year old boy who went missing in the woods for two days and subzero temperatures and has been hailed as a survivor by police Casey Hathaway disappeared on Tuesday from his grandmother's backyard. This was last Tuesday while he's playing with other kids FBI said along with investigators in the US Marine Corps from a nearby base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. He told his family that he hung out with a bear for two days. Craving county. Sheriff chip Hugh said Casey did say that he had a friend in the woods that was a bear. That was with him. They also reported Thursday that rescuers were able to locate the boy after hearing sound of someone calling out for their mother. Hugh says the boy was tangled up in some vines and thorns about a half mile away from where he went missing. Did he really have the bear? Or was that just, you know, a child making up friend? He was three years old after all. But you know, I've heard of that of heard of kids getting lost in the woods. And then when they're found. Oh, yeah. This nice man showed me the way said he had fallen here. Once and hurt himself turns out at Bennett place, where somebody killed themselves do along those lines. A serial killer who preyed upon men before burying their bodies in potted plants pleaded guilty guilty to eight counts of first degree murder. This was yesterday. Landscaper Bruce, MacArthur, sixty seven was first arrested in January and charged with murdering two men who had gone missing in two thousand seventeen since. Then police have investigated locations around. This is Toronto Canada where he worked as a landscaper the investigation led to a murder charge. Judge after a murder charge after another murder charge. Macarthur pleaded guilty to killing Saleem SM. Andrew kinsman. Magid, Cayenne dean, Lissa wick Sara Murray. Mamani Sarah dodgers, never on Tom and Abu beer fuzzy as long along with Kierra Hsina Conon goner to numb. Thank you very much. Thank you. It's great to be here. If I practice that. Yeah. He's a serial killer alleged serial killer that is said homicide detective sergeant Hank in Singa. The city of Toronto has never seen anything like this the resources that are being thrown at at everything we have at it. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for Monday at ten A M. Apparently all of these victims were Asian. And gay. So they haven't been able to see if that is the connection, whether it's homophobic or anti gay kind of motive. But he definitely did dispose of the bodies by planting them in potted plants. I can't figure out why that chevalier is just too and so much better. Now since that landscaper came over and reported it. Quarter inch lower than it was. Oh, wait. What's coming out of the bottom? Is that some new fertilizer, it's red and sticky. That's right. Had a rear window, and it is actually. It really is a four hundred thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay..
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on KTOK
"Here's a four zero one thousand star one thousand you hear about that three year old boy who went missing in the woods for two days and subzero temperatures and has been hailed as a survivor by police Casey Hathaway disappeared on Tuesday from his grandmother's backyard. This was last Tuesday while he's playing with other kids FBI said along with investigators in the US Marine Corps from a nearby base camp lagoon, this is an North Carolina. He told his family that he hung out with a bear for two days. Craven county sheriff chip you said Casey did say that he had a friend in the woods that was a bear. That was with him. They also reported Thursday that rescuers were able to locate the boy after hearing the sound of someone calling up for their mother. Hugh says the boy was tangled up in some vines and thorns about a half mile away from where he went missing. Did he really have the bear? Or was that just you know, a child making up an imaginary friend. He was three years old after all. But you know, I've heard of that I've heard of kids getting lost in the woods. And then when they're found. Oh, yeah. This nice man showed me the way said he had fallen here. Once and hurt himself turns out at a place where somebody to kill themselves do along those lines. A serial killer who preyed upon men before burying their bodies in potted plants pleaded guilty guilty to eight counts of first degree murder. This was yesterday. Landscaper Bruce, MacArthur, sixty seven was first arrested in January and charged with murdering two men who had gone missing in two thousand seventeen since. Then police have investigated locations around. This is Toronto Canada where he worked as a landscaper the investigation led to a murder charge. Wjr. And after a murder charge after another murder charge. Macarthur pleaded guilty to killing Celine. Essen? Andrew kinsman. Magid Kalayaan dean, Lissa wick Sara Murray. Sarah dodgers, never on Tom and Abu Dhabi beer as long as along with KIRO Xihnhua Conon goner to numb. Thank you very much. Thank you. It's great to be here. If I practice that. Yeah. He's a serial killer alleged serial killer that is said homicide detective sergeant Hank in Singa. The city of Toronto has never seen anything like this the resources that are being thrown at it. Everything we have at it. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for Monday at ten A M. Apparently all of these victims were Asian. And gay. So they haven't been able to see if that is the connection, whether it's homophobic or anti gay kind of motive. But he definitely did dispose of the bodies by planting them and potted plants. I can't figure out why that chevalier is just too and so much better. Now since that landscaper came over and reported it. Quarter inch lower than it was. Oh, wait. What's that coming out of the bottom is that some new kinda fertilizer, it's red and sticky. That's right. Had a rear window. It is actually it. It really is a four hundred thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay..
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Back to our story about the serial killer in Toronto. But first we have a thousand bucks we're going to be able to win a thousand dollars right now. Text nationwide keyword copy to two hundred you'll get a text confirming entry, plus iheartradio info. Standard data and message. Rates apply. That's nationwide. Contest. That's coffee. Two hundred if you win they'll call you. But you gotta answer that phone if you don't win there's another chance next hour during the John and Ken show all the way through the first hour of the Conway show and picking right back up with wakeup call starting at five A M. So we're telling you about all the missing gay men in Toronto's gay village area of Toronto known as gay village. And there are five men that have gone missing. And a name keeps kind of coming up is the name, Bruce MacArthur. Police had questioned him a couple of times Bruce MacArthur because he had connections to some of the men who had turned up missing. But they didn't really think anything of of Bruce. And then the last man goes missing, and they're investigating things in his home. And they find his calendar and on the day that he disappeared. He had written. One word, Bruce. Oh, yeah. And then there was a surveillance footage that showed him getting inside. Bruce MacArthur's van. Now when they did search Bruce MacArthur's apartment once again, they discovered trinkets that they said belonged to three of the missing men along with a duffle bag that had you know, murder tools duct tape black bungee cord, surgical gloves. Zip ties rope syringes, and then the key was January of last year. When they found a garden planters, he was killing men dismembering them. And then hiding there remains in flower pots at a private home where he worked as a landscaper. Over the spring and the summer officials combed through the planters a nearby ravine. And they located the remains of three other men who had vanished years before. So originally he had only been charged with the five murders. And then they tack these three others on there. And there's no longer any doubt that there was a serial killer that had been stocking gay village for at that point now eight years just about averaging one death a year. Even though they were caps in there. And there were some that were close together. One reason they say that he may have avoided detection may have been his age. He's believed to be the oldest serial killer in Canadian history. And. Santa. Yeah. That he was arrested, and it was a shock to people that knew this guy because. Good old, Bruce, Bruce, he was into plants. When we know that he was into his grandkids. And he was a former mall Santa he bore an uncanny resemblance to Santa Claus. When they described who this guy was they said that he had realized he was gay a very young age, but he married a woman in to conceal a sexuality in his forties. He finally came out to friends and family left, his wife and kids to start over in Toronto and became a regular at some of these gay bars. Now, there was one potential clue into this guys. Propensity for violence because in two thousand three he was convicted of beating a male prostitute with a metal pipe and the sentence actually required him to stay away from gay village and not have any contact with prostitutes and stop using Amel nightrider are poppers. The other thing about this is the racial aspects of this the the eight victims if you just read the names Seylam Essen Maggi Cayenne dean, Lissack Suresh, mock moody, scon- Dhiraj, Navaratnam Albelda are easy Corocha Kumar kind of dumb. And then the last one we're telling you about where they found the word Bruce written on this guy's calendar. His name was Andrew kinsman. And there is a suggestion among the gay community there in Toronto that the only reason the only reason they were able to catch him was because it was a white guy. Who was the last one to disappear? Well, and we've seen that in in several serial killer cases, they pick people who general society doesn't really care about. It's it's not the the pretty white girl. It's it's the it's the the prostitutes look at the the grim sleeper black prostitutes is what he has the pick vulnerable people in society who may live life on the edge. This guy picked up a lot of people who had drug problems and who were there from other countries. Nobody was going to be calling it in when they were missing in the police would say, well that guy was addicted to crack so who knows where he ended up, and I wonder what the I don't know what the answer which answer creeps me out more to this question. Do they consciously? Choose people who will not be reported missing. Or is it just is it just something? They're drawn to you mentioned the people that are on the outskirts of society, these people who are addicted to drugs sex straightaway with chef with those people. Here's here's another gross angle to this day said most of the murders were sexual in nature and that he used ligature to kill his victims. Very green river killer. Gary Ridgway used to do all that stuff to same same style of of sexualize murders. And also picking the people on the edges of society. That would not be reported missing. Well, it's our palate, let's do that. Let's go to Chicago. And we'll talk to Ryan burrow, Blake can do his borough joke. And we'll we'll lightning and by the way. Oh, we have a great story coming up to about little secret. What's my gosh? It's so good. All right. We'll do that. As we come around as well. Hi, Jo Kwon, really cold over there. But here it's gonna.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on The Big Story
"You're doing it on your own sound mind in judgment. Then you know, the core. I don't know what position yet, but somebody in the court in the courtroom, basically, then reads out all the charges one by one. So he wrote the dates the times the names of each of the victims and then asked him on this count. How do you plead on this can how do you plead in each time MacArthur in kind of a very soft? Voice said guilty each time. And so it was a kind of surreal in a lot of ways to see it. Because I don't think since he was arrested. There's never been any doubt that he did it right because police were very confident. I think they had all the information. You know, they had all the evidence all the stuff for Mallory. So as a pretty open and shut case that he he he was the one responsible, but it was still very strange to see him up there and confessed to it and really kind of seemingly out of nowhere because even afterwards detective Dickinson who was one of the lead detective on the case along with inspector and Singa. So that we may never know what his motive was or why he came forward, and and just decided to plea who were the victims because I feel like we're going to say Bruce mcarthur's name fifty thousand times today and nobody's saying name. And I I feel the same way, you know, I it's having covered this a lot. I try as much as I can to put the names of the victims and their because you know, they're the real not only victims here with the story as well. Yeah, they they should be the story. So their names are Cerruti scandal. Never Ratnam of the Besir fi. Karuna Canagaratnam Salim s Andrew kinsman Cayenne and dean, little wick. So those are eight men murdered over the course of seven years between two thousand ten and two thousand seventeen most of them with connections to Tronto gay village and from the LGBTQ community some of them had been in Canada for a long time. Some of them had only been here for a short time MacArthur, basically set up meetings with them and took advantage of them. And and committed murder, you mentioned how much evidence there was. Yeah. What does it mean? And how important is it that there won't be a trial? You know, I think it means a lot I just from a personal point of view as somebody who's covered murder trials covered. Some pretty heavy stuff before you know. I was covered some of the Malarde hearing covered the Mark mood..
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"And there was it was not really reported on until one of the men who ended up missing was a white dude named andrew kinsmen and then after literally a serial killer was terrorizing this village in toronto i think the police finally started and by the way they had questioned this guy bruce macarthur in like twenty twelve and then released him and he's sort of didn't pay attention to it and i think for my understanding the relationship between the gay village or i should say the lgbt community in toronto and the police is kind of a fraught one like it's not a good in fact they were asked i think the police their pride march whereas not marching it because of this situation i think because like racial profiling and yeah stuff like that and i don't not necessarily directly related this situation but it sounds like they were like slow with it by the way what is the scariest job a serial killer could have i don't know if i guess allergy btcu community no just as a profession a butcher no oh creepy creepy bank teller now okay can you be teamwork s's yeah hairdresser nope mortician no mall santa yeah i would guess but can you think of anything creepy or no so this investigation is is ongoing don't think it sounds like he hasn't he start when did he start killing people like in twice believe them when he ten or twenty eleven until again like a body and he put them in the planters of his home they found all these bodies underneath you know i and one of the guys so it was a lot of it's not the point of the story right but it is nice that a small santa couldn't afford a home in canada.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on WINS 1010
"542 drivers were seeing more than amberg green and red today thanks to a glitch in the city wide system that controls traffic lights traffic lights started blinking red and yellow drivers did know who should go first and of course that was pretty confusing for pedestrians like richard who who were armed with all our world from in the mood to far of an estimated six hundred intersections were affected the department of transportation said it was a computer glitch type of thing that occurred during a routine upgrade to the traffic signals driven councilmember just in france as he was told five percent of the traffic lights were blinking more lights are gone out i mean we create serious confusion and bamboo shorter because we relied on those white to keep order carol d'auria tinton wins on first avenue most of those affected lights are working again not toronto landscapers suspected of being a serial killer sixty six year old bruce macarthur has been charged with murdering a man named andrew kinsmen had other others and hiding there remains in potted plants displayed around the city correspondent polo sandovol has more though police won't elaborate they say homicide detectives had sufficient evidence to charge macarthur with the murders of kinsman and four other missing dan there is extensive digital investigation roy honorary through computers are going to resolve olds were going through online applications there could be more victims yet to be discovered additional potential crime scenes have been identified and the soil at the primary location is slowly thawing allowing forensic teams.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on WINS 1010
"More than amberg green and red today thanks to a glitch in the city wide system that controls traffic lights the study blinking red and yellow drivers did know who should go first and of course that was pretty confusing for pedestrians like richard who who were fire it's all our world from in the mood to far putin an estimated six hundred intersections were affected the department of transportation said it was a computer glitch type of things that occurred during a routine upgrade to the traffic signals driven councilmember just in france as he was told five percent of the traffic lights were blinking more lights are gone out i me we recreate furious confusion an order because we rely a move likely to keep order carol d'auria tinjin wins on first avenue sick missions are making some progress most of the affected lights are working again i'll toronto landscapers suspected of being a serial killer sixty six year old bruce macarthur has been charged with murdering man named andrew kinsman and others and hiding there remains in potted plants displayed around the city correspondent polo sandoval as more though police won't elaborate they say homicide detectives had sufficient evidence to charge macarthur with the borders of kinsman and four other missing then there is extensive digital investigation gorriaran overthrew computers are going to resolve all owns were going through online applications there could be more victims yet to be discovered additional potential crime scenes have been identified and the soil at the primary location is.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on WINS 1010
"On dan ten wins wins news time one forty two drivers are seeing hamburg green and lots of red today thanks to a glitch in the city wide system that controls traffic lights the traffic light started blinking red and yellow drivers did know who should go first and of course that was pretty confusing for pedestrians like richard who towards firm it's all our were from in the mood to far poop an estimated six hundred intersections were affected the department of transportation said it was a computer glitch type of things that occurred during a routine upgrade to the traffic signals driven councilmember just in france as he was told five percent of the traffic lights were blinking more white card gone out i mean we retreat serious confusion an ambush order because we relied on those wipes to keep order carol d'auria tinton wins on first avenue engineers are making some progress about twothirds of the affected lights are working again i'll toronto landscapers suspected of being a serial killer sixtysixyear old bruce macarthur has been charged with murdering a man named andrew kinsman and others and hiding there remains in potted plants displayed around the city correspondent polo sandovol has more they'll police won't elaborate they say homicide detectives had sufficient evidence to charge macarthur with the borders of kinsman and four other missing then there is extensive digital investigation gorriaran overthrew computers are going through cell phones were going through online obligations there could be more victims yet to be discovered additional potential crime scenes have been identified and the soil at the primary location is slowly thawing allowing forensic.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nikkei in tokyo and the hang seng in hong kong were both down more than three percent shanghai his former or fallen almost five percent reach nervous wani has more details what started as a society amongst asian investors about the falls on wall street early in the week has now turned into fullblown nervousness about how much more volatility they will have to face at the heart of this is the fear that central banks around the world will start raising the cost of borrowing faster than initially expected stock markets around the world have been moving higher for the better part of the last few years thanks in part to low global interest rates and the coordinated efforts of the world central bankers to print money and help boost the global economy news from the bbc two british men captured in syria by kurdish fighters have been accused of belonging to a notorious islamic state group cell which the us has murdered more than two dozen hostages the pair from london namedas alexander kurti and els shafee al shaykh were identified by us and british special forces using by metrics is not clear what will happen to them police in the canadian city of toronto found the remains of at least six people in the grounds of a home where a suspected serial killer worked as a landscaper bruce macarthur was arrested last month and charged with murdering five men who disappeared over several years so far the remains of only one of the victims forty nine year old andrew kinsman have been identified the missing men came from a part of toronto that's the center of the gay community researchers at the university of edinburgh have grown human eggs to matured as time eggs can develop fully only after puberty in the scottish team say their approach may help preserve the fertility of young cancer patients which can be damaged by chemotherapy and radiotherapy he has a health and science correspondent james gallagher the technique published in the.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Shh partnered with late to member about angry is his generosity and his kindness and he's giving toward other people people bleeding now and i think that that does paramount to me because i remember andrew very um kind holidays in visual wickets warm hearts and a beautiful smile borthwick who's a friend of end kinsman she spooked cbc's news network earlier this afternoon toronto police did confirm today that andrew kinsman remains have been found at a property in the least side neighborhood of toronto bruce macarthur has been charged with mr mr kinsman murder and the murders of four other men police do say they expect more charges to come you would be hard pressed to find a more exclusive street in san francisco then precedee oh terrace it is a cul de sac it has lined with mega mansions and palm trees and it is closed to the public and so it came as a shock to the wealthy homeowners there to learn that the private street they lived upon had quietly gone up for auction and not only that it had sold for a song to a married couple of out of town tres it also came as a shock to the city of san francisco which scrambled to reverse said sale but now the people who bought the private street are fighting back they are suing the city michael chang at lives in san jose california and that is where we reached him mr tang you don't own a home i'm presidio terrace seeded even live in san francisco so i you fighting for the ownership of that street fighting.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Since june 26th of 2017 andrew cans men's whereabouts have been a mystery even when toronto police charged alleged serial killer bruce macarthur with his murder his body had not been found today though police revealed that mr cans men's remains were among the remains of at least six different people found in plant hers on a property and tratos leaside neighborhood mr macarthur has been charged with five murders so far but police did confirm today that they do believe more charges are to come the borthwick was a friend of mr kinsmen she spoke to see b c news networks host andrew nichols earlier this afternoon now that they will we have confirmation of iranians um that are found we have um as sensors of um closure that can start but um there's been wanted shot in smaller briefing um um anxiety around this issue and now that there is a final um um by doing an enclosure concert and how does that work how does that closure start date take claridge's claridge's by say goodbye he needs a proper burial um more family friends and close ones but does up two sisters we heard from we heard from pack kinsmen the sister of andhra can spend as you say it this will be up to the family to decide how to remember andrew kinsmen that they're still trying to grasp it uh but that the most important thing is is that they can bring him home to the two area east of toronto the ajax pickering area and that they're going to have a proper memorial they're they're going to think about it over the next set a while and it may coincide with them gay pride celebrations that take place in in in ju how would you like to be andrew been through be remembered and do.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"A process but the commission has got the overview there is a canadian broadcasting system that has been created canadian content and canadian talented not cheap it's very expensive for production so uh megacompanies especially you know when they buy sports properties in decades questioned them billions of dollars you know in a smaller company like ours respect millions of dollars buying crickets rights exclusively for canada but they ill national hockey league order you know national football league these are on it and you're talking into billions so when bend even that of get spider kids because uh foreign content with canadian content and with canadian creativity because the foreign content is used to subsidize the canadian content model so it's a combination so it's a double edged sword so i think you know uh w we cannot really oversimplified this problem we will leave it there and i pee she'd speaking with you mr tend to say thank you at a separate you're talking to you all the best son chandra shaker is the president and the ceo of the asian television network we reached him in markham ontario five candles for the five victims of alleged serial killer bruce macarthur salim essen majid's kayhan andrew kinsman deemed muscle whic and saruji mamoudi the sixth candle for those still missing a stark reminder that in the words of reverend sandra morris quote there may be more victims before this nightmare ends reverend jeff rock is a senior pastor at the church spoke to morning host matt galloway about his message at the vigil last night and when i really needed to share with people that now isn't a time to to be more sexually conservative or or to bind to a culture of shame and stigma now is the time to be more inclusive to be more open so you know for myself as an openly gay man it was really important for me to say uh some of the gay dating apps that were mentioned in in some of the cases by police reports hey is the senior pastor ban on than some of the nightclubs where some of the victims went missing from hey i've been there as well what was that why was that import afecei why was at a port vita say yeah.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on X96
"Please call us dan we need to come look in your yard common digging your planners nadal not blurred eiser police are searching about thirty properties we believe that there are more remains of some of these properties that we are working to recover set because the s the remains that they found there they're not complete their peak pieces missing my diesel there and some other planner how us out allies his better you spread it around like a character on the blacklist nick or at least two sites we want to excavate where people might be buried mr macarthur was charged earlier this month with firstdegree murder in the presumed deaths of salem essen and andrew kinsman both reported missing from toronto's gay village area i didn't know there was a gave village sounds like a fun place to go in toronto so not sure what kind of fertilizer uses but the flowers low gary uh gary you only do the story first and then i got something for you uh this story has utah ties uh although the trials in honolulu a woman accused her the elderly are at twins live a deliberately driving off a hawaii cliff in killing her identical and really identical twin sister she's been acquitted of the murder and i kinda thought may be that that at this would happen a judge found alexandria duval not guilty thursday duval opted to have a judge instead of a jury decide the case authorities described the 2016 crash as a hair polling fight over the steering wheel the sisters were seen arguing on the narrow winding hana highway on the island of maui before the suv plunged two hundred feet over a cliff very windy road doubt one oh yeah but it's hard to think that she did this on purpose because she was a she could have easily die as well the crash was a tragic accident said alexandra devolves defense attorney beer knee burbar the authority said alexandria was behind the wheel of a ford explorer when witnesses saw the sisters arguing so there's no there's no discussion about that they were arguing a yelling at each other on this perilously narrow twisting route a witness clean a cleaning a family grave site on the.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The detective sergeant hank singer said monday that investors have reason to believe macarthur killed majed kayhan seriche mamoudi and dean listen quick what kind of cases this it's a serial killer he said in singer said there may be even more victims have yet to be identified we do not know how many more i have no idea how many mother let me toronto police are open any possible links between britain macarthur an earlier disappearance uh the man missing since 2010 was ramon romantically involved uk guide in lgbt leaders in toronto say disappearance odell gpt men of color are not taken seriously macarthur had previously been charged with two counts of firstdegree murder in the deaths of salem sn in andrew kinsman both of them disappeared in 2017 k and the most recent one went missing in october 2012 mahmudi went missing in 2015 listen quick was killed some time in 2016 or 2017 he added that some more dna another analysis being done remains to determine the exact identity of the victims uh and it's just shaking toronto to its roots uh there is a whole lot of conversation going on about zero tolerance with creeps kristen a brandman on the view yesterday with joy bahare in meghan mccain talking about the me movement here's what jilib a brand had to say cut number one when you double allegations multiple women i have a fourteen year old son have nine son how am i supposed to tell him it's okay to grab a woman here it's okay to grab who have been here but it's not ok grab a woman hear absolutely not i'm not going to have that conversation that is the wrong coversation to be having conversation obviously what was alleged against offering it is very different allege about steve wynn alleged about president trump very very different i understand what's alleged against worry more all different different kurdish has given on equal equivalency no you're not because it's not ok joy it is not okay to grab our elected leaders to the lowest standard and not the highest standard we should holding all our elected leaders to the higher standard and i can't be a good mother and i can't be a.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Today police laid three more first degree murder charges against bruce macarthur bringing the number of people he is accused of killing two five here's part of what toronto homicide detective hank in singa had to say at a press conference this morning at obviously the city of toronto's never seen anything like this so it it is very tired very draining for everyone whose revolt it's a serial killer um alleged serial killer killer or he's taken some steps to cover his tracks shortly after uncover these victims that identify these victims and hopefully get some good news horse closing news to the families of these victims toronto homicide detective hank it singer at a press conference earlier today bruce macarthur is now accused of killing five men salim asan mageed k n andrew kinsman dean less awake and so rouge moody police say they discovered human remains at the bottom of large flower planters found on properties linked to mr macarthur since his arrest on january eighteen to police have searched a number of similar properties among them a home and leaside where he sometimes stored landscaping equipment karen fraser owns that home we reach ms fraser in toronto miss fraser i can only imagine how disturbing this must be for you how are you dealing with the latest news today well at this point we had gear fill audited uh maybe not the extent and you know yarmuth grew into neutral i have a feeling that my brain turk it and shall getting the back corner instead of bringing out a little bit of time and think about it uh when detainees first show up at your door i'm getting a little vague on time now last thursday about ten o'clock and and what happened what did they say get out and had been a serious crime you have to get out right now.
"andrew kinsman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"As men disappeared from the heart of toronto's gave village the community began to fear the worst what if they'd been killed today those fears were confirmed toronto homicide detective hank it singa announced that a man has been charged with firstdegree murder in the disappearances of andrew kinsman and salim essen the detective also said quote we believe he is responsible for the deaths of other men who have yet to be identified in other words we believe there are other victims unquote freelance journalist justin ling has been investigating disappearances around the village for the past two years we reach mr ling in toronto just in in addition to learning that this man has been charged with two counts of first degree murder what else did we learn from police today so we learned a little it kind of how the sky supposedly knew the two victim particularly when it comes to enter confirmed police say that he would carry on a sexual relationship with many at the time of his death which obviously gives them a pretty good can lead to figure out how they knew each other but i think primarily we learned that milat become be basically said they only really cracked the case last night the arrest only came this morning so realistically there's probably now you'll months and months if not years of work ahead of them the figure of if there's other victims figure out how he met them to figure out where the bodies or the wants to come on the state and it the detectives hank seemed actually said does that he said as the announce it this sixty six year old man boost macarthur and selfemployed landscaper and he was being charged with these murders they said debt lee believes he is responsible for the deaths as celine essen and andrew kinsmen and he believes he is responsible for the deaths of other men who have yet to be identified what does that tell you well first of it told me that the probably looking to the three other missing persons cases.