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"karen frazier" Discussed on The Big Story
"So hearing from start to finish. I was there for some of the Tori, Stafford stuff that stuff can be very graphic, very emotional and very heavy on your brain on your heart on your soul. Really? If you have to sit there and here, and that's just as a reporter. On the periphery kind of just hearing the details. But if you're if you're a juror just an average person from the public who's pulled in from this out of your, you know, you have no choice in the matter years kind of pulled in as as a civic duty and your put on that jury. If you're a lawyer, if you're somebody who has to be part of the courtroom staff, if you're a judge any one of those people, and that's to say, nothing of the family and the friends of the victims who are the real people you have to think about an scenario like this. So the fact that none of those people, particularly the family and friends have to sit there and here day by day because that trial was suppose was expected to last three or four months. Yeah. So that would've been three to four months of every day reliving part of that story. And we still will hear some of that stuff when they read the statements of fact next week when he goes when he goes back to court next week, but it won't have to be on a day by day basis for four months. You told us about the mood inside the courthouse as soon as that court, let out what was the mood outside. Like, what are how are people reacting? Are they are they relieved because I feel like yeah. I feel like. The city is relieved. I think relief is is a good word to pick. A a lot of people are relieved a relieved in a lotta ways. So I you know, I was looking at a lot of the Toronto police officers a lot of the detectives they seem to have a weight off their shoulders. They know their work is done just yet. But you know, I think they're relieved that they don't have to go through this whole process over the next year and a bit that they've been able to bring some relief to the families. Because even though I would I would guess that most of the families of these victims know that MacArthur, did it it's another thing for him to stand up and say, I did it. Yeah. You know? And that he didn't even have to be convicted that he stood up and said, Yep. I'm the one that did it. So there is a certain amount of I think relief that comes with that. I don't know about closure. I think closure can take a lot of time in several years. But in the immediate aftermath when we walked out into the hallway right outside the courtroom. You could see a lot of people breathing easy. I did see a few people leaving the courtroom with tears in their eyes, and those are some of their friends and families of those victims. Understandably it's a lot to handle especially since they read those brief statement of facts with some of those kind of. Really disturbing details in it. And then outside the courtroom, you know, detective Dickinson talk to us. We also spoke to the woman who owns the house on Mallory crescent, and she was so well-spoken and eloquent and well-thought-out. I don't know if I believe in the word closure. I think possibly easing is all all you get. For me closure won't happen. The way I'm trying to look at it. The man, I knew actually didn't exist. So that's the best. I can go with this is someone else entirely. Her name is Karen Frazier and she lives with her partner and she lives in that house for years. She is sort of one of the people that is sort of almost an accidental victim. And all this. You know, of course, the.
"karen frazier" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"This morning at approximately ten twenty five AM police arrested Sixty-six-year-old, Bruce MacArthur of the city of Toronto. He is self employed as a landscaper using the company name, artistic design, and he lives in the thorn cliff park area. He has been charged with two counts of first degree murder in relation to Mr. kinsman and Mr. Assen. We believe his responsible for the deaths of mistress and Mr. kinsman, and 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. As of right now, interviews or taking place and police have secured five properties for in Toronto and one in Medak connected to Bruce MacArthur in an effort to further investigate these occurrences. We have not yet found the bodies we're actively looking for them were conducting these search warrants in efforts to locate the bodies. But at this point in time, no, we have not located them. I'm well aware of the difficulty prosecuting people without recovering the bodies. But in this case, we believe we have strong enough evidence where we can do exactly that. All right. So now we're saying or law enforcement saying, we think at least these two, the two victims that are connected with project prism are connected. So the way that this is being reported at this time as that on January seventeenth, two thousand eighteen investigators searched several properties all linked to Bruce MacArthur, including his residence and property where he was known to store supplies, evidence at either one or both of these locations found that seems to be good enough to tie Bruce MacArthur to the deaths of kinsmen and ascend now at this time at the time of the arrest. As you heard on January eighteen two thousand eighteen, they have no bodies yet. But regardless MacArthur is arrested and charged with two counts of first degree murder. Now a little more clarity on the subject because one. Question that I find presented often it seems this to be a big one is how and when did this guy get on the polices radar, right, right. Because here we have them saying he's linked to two cases via the charges we just discussed, but there are certainly a much longer relationship between Bruce a man that disappeared, Bruce employed scandal, and they had a romantic relationship. So when and wide Bruce appear on the police radar now, Toronto police have not said exactly how long Bruce MacArthur had been on their radar. They have said that the charges were laid out after months of probing. Now, according to information told to the local media by employee's at a place called Dom 's auto parts shop. Well, a source says, investigators had been onto Bruce MacArthur since at least the fall of two thousand seventeen. And fact the owner of the shop said. Police officers arrived in late September. This was because they there were suspicious about a vehicle they asked for and began watching surveillance video. Bruce MacArthur selling his dodge caravan to the shop after studying the tape. The police then seized the old rusted, maroon dodge caravan sold by MacArthur and they had it towed away. There's always a creeper van. Now, my guess is there must have been something in that van because then they start. That's when they start to follow Bruce MacArthur around and then listen to this new story and listen close because there's a lot in there. I'm major go. Braille were live outside of alleged serial killer Bruce MacArthur's apartments tonight in east Toronto. Now, the tonight police source confirms that back on January eighteenth they watched a young man walk into the nineteen th floor of MacArthur's apartment that is when officers moved in rushing the apartment kicking down the door inside they found that young man handcuffed to the allege serial killers bed. Police source says that young man made it out safe though. Tonight we're learning more about another man whose fate is still unclear. It was just a lovely person and he's going to be missed. Investigators believe year. Dean Lissa wick was killed sometime between may twenty sixteen and July twenty seventeen. No one ever reported him missing. However, a wick was a regular at the Scott mission in Toronto for more than a decade staff. Tell me the last time he was there was an April of two thousand sixteen. I spoke with a longtime worker at the mission today, canoe Lissa, wick and shared her colleagues. Memories of him, a memory of a man they say is important to share. He would often give to clients out of his own. So if he realizes somebody needed shelter, he would put repents that person needs it more than me, and he would give up his and very generous out of just whatever he had, whether it was changed or an item clothing, he would often be known just to pass that on to other clients. Residents. MacArthur is charged with the murder of five men. Andrew kinsman Salim 'Send Majid's Kayhan Seru, smashed moody, and dean. Lissa wick yesterday we told you that police have unearthed. The dismembered remains of at least three identified individuals for multiple large planters from some of the thirty properties. They're sifting through. On January twenty. First city news captured police, removing this large, heavy planter from the property of Ron Smith. And Karen Frazier today spoke on the phone with Smith. He says, police have been very professional while conducting their investigation on the couple's Lee side property and its heart goes out to the victims and their families, though being removed from their homes with no return date and Saint has been difficult. You have to get out of your house. You have to get. Now this is serious, and Bye-bye. So we grabbed a couple of things left and it's been a shambles ever since the reality winking we're now on our second group of friends who have been good enough to able to keep us we are far away. So what we do every now and then we dry just to check into see with look playing, and it really is very surreal. Smith adds that MacArthur worked on his property for about ten years. Do some free work there in turn. They let MacArthur store some of his equipment on their Lee side property in the garage at their home. Now, tonight, the folks over at Scott mission also confirm with me that police came and interviewed them just before we went in there today, they're asking if anyone else who uses the mission may have ties to Bruce MacArthur tonight. The investigation still continues the story keeping a close eye on the days to come. So
"karen frazier" Discussed on KIRO
"Live from the quarters humorous video this is our number three of the jason ran sure it is washington state primary ninth and we've got the first round of results governor jay ins we had a bill bryant forty nine percent to thirty eight percent secretary of state can wideman with a slight lead over tina played lal ski democrat team above lousy forty eight percent the forty five republican mark below show with a nice lead over democrat hat mccarthy for the state honor position thirty seven percent to thirty percent the lieutenant governor race is very crowded martin mcclendon however leads the bunch with twenty percent but cyrus a beat is at nineteen and a half karen frazier with sixteen and steve hobbs with fifteen percent as a numbers continue to come in i have no doubt that that's going to flip around a little bit for us senate senator patty murray has a big lead over chris vance fifty five percent the twenty eight seven percent so how exactly does the overcome that lead joining me on the line right now live it's chris advance chris i appreciate you coming on the numbers at least right now are not very promising he'll have a lot of work to do particularly in kane county where you got about forty six thousand votes to her hundred and fifty two thousand votes how do you overcome that jason are only injected night where seventeen people on the ballot and a lo turn out what finished with hot too we've accomplished that but again with seven p names on the ballot interstate patty murray is only getting fifty three percent of the vote after twenty four years in office nearly half the voters are not voting preparing murray and let's remember that only counted have both been good this could do i get better or the republican across the board but you're right into bad night republican unique how few number bar our republican legislators our are not doing very well but the november election it's very different them there early august election we all would see issue that you're going to focus on that separate you from senator patty murray what's that one singler issue particularly keeping in mind became county voters hastened the selection has got to be about to change you know voter civic fed up with congress gridlock to function deck after twenty four years had murray is he established win he is part of the problem if voters what changed their got a vote for change but you know frankly i know there are a lot of voters washington eight one change but in the past they've been reluctant to vote for republican ninety stand that i'm asking of voters now for the next three months approach this race with an open mind you know licking the three time sprained the position time taking watch the very very happy not over i think.