Murders/Missing people

Murders/Missing people

Postby Hurtlander » Jul 20th, 2019, 9:40 am

https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#261627

It’s been on all the MSM that two cops have come from Australia to help with the investigation. I’ve been told that the RCMP aren’t too happy about that.. the help wasn’t requested, plus it'll make it a media gong-show.
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Re: Murders

Postby OKkayak » Jul 20th, 2019, 10:18 am

Seeing that the Australian victim's father is a cop back home, I'm not surprised they'll be sending someone up.
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Re: Murders

Postby Treblehook » Jul 20th, 2019, 5:56 pm

OKkayak wrote:Seeing that the Australian victim's father is a cop back home, I'm not surprised they'll be sending someone up.


They are all professionals and as such should have no trouble navigating their way through the presence of officers from New South Wales.....

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Re: Murders

Postby Fancy » Jul 20th, 2019, 6:04 pm

Different police forces coordinate investigations and the RCMP have done more than their share. FBI, Scotland Yard never mind all the local ones province wide. This one should go smoothly.
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Re: Murders

Postby bob vernon » Jul 20th, 2019, 7:37 pm

It'll go smoothly if the RCMP lay down the ground rules in advance. All releases to the media will go through the detachment in Fort Nelson, and not from the Australian guys. It does seem a little over the top for cops from Australia to come all the way up here. Do they do this when a civilian is murdered in any foreign land? I don't think so.

And I imagine some RCMP members feel that the Australians think that they are superior and will come up here and make sure the RCMP don't mess up.
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Re: Murders

Postby flamingfingers » Jul 20th, 2019, 7:43 pm

Apparently it is his father, the Inspector from Australia and two others who have come here. I doubt the RCMP would have a problem dealing with an immediate relative despite his authority in Australia.
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Re: Murders

Postby GordonH » Jul 20th, 2019, 9:00 pm

My condolences to victims Families and Friends.


Hopefully they catch this murderer and receives absolute maximum consecutive life sentences.
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Re: Murders

Postby vegas1500 » Jul 20th, 2019, 11:58 pm

bob vernon wrote:It'll go smoothly if the RCMP lay down the ground rules in advance. All releases to the media will go through the detachment in Fort Nelson, and not from the Australian guys. It does seem a little over the top for cops from Australia to come all the way up here. Do they do this when a civilian is murdered in any foreign land? I don't think so.

And I imagine some RCMP members feel that the Australians think that they are superior and will come up here and make sure the RCMP don't mess up.


It’s his father....they didn’t come here for the :cuss: of it.....reading does wonders.

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Re: Murders

Postby daveandanne » Jul 21st, 2019, 9:05 am

A very sad and useless murder. Now the search begins as to what caliber hunting weapon was used like a rifle?. Now down a ways below this a male body is found and no mention as to what his demise was caused by. And not far from his body is found a truck burning on a bridge. So the questions on this scene is was this male alone, how did he die and is the burning truck a DNA destruction attempt?. If it was a suicide he would have done it at the pullout and not set the truck on fire at the bridge but at the pullout. So the big question is was this male [Hunter?] alone and if he was not who was with him?. Has this body something to do with the two murders not too far away?. You would be right to assume the Police are asking these same questions and the reason for his death also.

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Re: Murders

Postby Iamme » Jul 21st, 2019, 1:17 pm

daveandanne wrote:A very sad and useless murder. Now the search begins as to what caliber hunting weapon was used like a rifle?. Now down a ways below this a male body is found and no mention as to what his demise was caused by. And not far from his body is found a truck burning on a bridge. So the questions on this scene is was this male alone, how did he die and is the burning truck a DNA destruction attempt?. If it was a suicide he would have done it at the pullout and not set the truck on fire at the bridge but at the pullout. So the big question is was this male [Hunter?] alone and if he was not who was with him?. Has this body something to do with the two murders not too far away?. You would be right to assume the Police are asking these same questions and the reason for his death also.


In a story Global posted on Twitter, 20 minutes ago, police say the two incidents are not connected.

The last paragraph in the story stated “Police also said Sunday the death of a man found near a burning vehicle south of the Stikine River Bridge on Highway 37 Friday is not connected to the couple’s death.”
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Re: Murders

Postby daveandanne » Jul 21st, 2019, 2:19 pm

Thanks for the update about the other man that died near Dease Lake. We all just guess at things as news is withheld and is under investigation so we assume much until the truth is told to us later. So the bad side of this is the killer, or killers are still on the loose and we all are in danger. As to the Tow Truck driver not being let near the rear of the vehicle there are many reasons and some of them concern whether the gas tank was drilled previously or the fuel line pinched both which could have been done at a previous stop and then followed to the scene. All of this is just speculation as we do not know much of the details.
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Re: Murders

Postby daveandanne » Jul 21st, 2019, 9:28 pm

Now we hear two youths are missing from the burnt out truck near Dease lake on the bridge. And no one is saying how the man at the pullout died or who he was and if he is connected to the truck. He is not one of the missing teens though. Something very odd going on there in that area as the teens were supposed to be going North to Whitehorse and not South to Dease Lake. Now the question is did their truck pass the murder of the two at Liard and did they get taken by the killer or killers?.

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Re: Murders

Postby Queen K » Jul 21st, 2019, 9:33 pm

Using cash is one of your few forms of privacy: use it or lose it. 1984 isn't the only Orwell novel that needs to to made fiction again.
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Re: Murders

Postby Mark5 » Jul 21st, 2019, 10:13 pm

Now they have found another body and two teens are missing north of there and their truck was found burned out. It sounds like there is a serial killer on the loose. If I was there I would form a posse and start patrolling the highway.
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Re: Murders

Postby bigtimeoperations » Jul 21st, 2019, 10:35 pm

This is totally scary how this is unfolding. The Stewart-Cassiar Highway is 700km through a very remote, and magnificent, part of the province. Very sparsely populated. Hardly even a highway at all, there are still long unpaved stretches. Would be a perfect place for a serial killer to prey on someone. The murders near Liard Hot Springs were on Highway 97, so a far busier highway, but still in the middle of nowhere.
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