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    Canada - Marie-France Comeau, 37, & Jessica Lloyd, 27, slain, Ont, 2009 & 2010 - #5

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    This is enough to make one lose their dinner.......

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...underwear.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wondergirl View Post
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    Greg McArthur - During the Nov. 17 break-in he stole more than 40 pieces of clothing, a pornographic movie, a sex toy and a cat.

    The homeowner said he left a message for the homeowner on their computer:

    "Go ahead and call the police. I want to show the judge your really big dildos." He also took a photo of the message.

    10:36
    TimothyAppleby - And the Belleville police knew nothing about the two sex assaults in Tweed in September, 2009, the woman who was burgled has said.

    http://mobile.coveritlive.com/mobile...ode=e5293dee2c


    BBM: WTH???? He stole her CAT???? This is new info. Where did he put her cat????
    (respectfully coloured by me)

    With all due respect, where does it say RW took a cat?

    I have only found that he took a PHOTO of a CAT

    Please disregard this post if this has already been clarified
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    Greg McArthur - During the Nov. 17 break-in he stole more than 40 pieces of clothing, a pornographic movie and a sex toy. He also took a photo of a cat.
    http://mobile.coveritlive.com/mobile...3dee2c&start=4
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    CBC Connects has extensive coverage of the Trial tonight at 8 pm.

    Live Stream here:

    http://www.cbc.ca/connect/

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    Speaking of cats, WTH would he take a photo of the victim's cat?

    The intertwining of cats in this horror story is making me feel sick, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazel View Post
    (respectfully coloured by me)

    With all due respect, where does it say RW took a cat?

    I have only found that he took a PHOTO of a CAT

    Please disregard this post if this has already been clarified

    http://mobile.coveritlive.com/mobile...3dee2c&start=4
    The reporter texting the info from the Globe and Mail fixed his post later to report it was a photo of a cat. He had posted that RW had taken a cat, I saw that post myself earlier today on the live stream. Wondergirl was posting the info as quickly as it was appearing, along with AG, earlier today

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    Rw may well have spotted J.L.while he was out ''bird watching'' with binoculars and camera, or he could even have a camera mounted on his car,or plane... I bet every free moment he had, was spent in one way or another seeking out potential victims.Goodness knows, he could have used info gleaned from other homes to seek and find J.L .ie. she organized school bus timetables!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matou View Post
    The reporter texting the info from the Globe and Mail fixed his post later to report it was a photo of a cat. He had posted that RW had taken a cat, I saw that post myself earlier today on the live stream. Wondergirl was posting the info as quickly as it was appearing, along with AG, earlier today
    Yes, I think this is what happened. It was an error that was quickly amended. I remember another blog excerpt where the reporter had made a mistake with a time and in her next entry asked someone (?) to correct it for her.

    We were all working at a frantic pace and too busy to go back to check if any of our copy & pastes had changed.

    I never believed that RW stole a live cat and posted as much. It's a relief to know that he didn't. (Tempting to put a LOL here but under the circumstances, that would be inappropriate.)

    RW did take some very odd souvenirs besides the lingerie and clothing. The picture of a cat was just one of them.
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    This may have been already posted but here it is again.. what stood out for me in this article was the statement that even though he has been receiving full pay since arrest and will continue for another 45 days after convicted, he may not be able to repay the military if it has been chewed up with lawyers etc..therefore no funds no repayment.... guess you can't get blood from a turnip but there are other assets......

    http://www.northumberlandtoday.com/A...aspx?e=2802217

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    Tomorrow's hearing

    Not sure if this info has been heard before, but I just saw on the CBC that RW's 10 hour confession/interview with LE is being condensed to 2 1/2 hours for tomorrow's proceedings. This would give enough time to hear the victims' statements afterward, then the final sentencing, and hopefully conclude this nightmare.
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    OMG I hope all this sick and twisted coverage is not going to start copy cat crimes...

    The screen was removed and entry was gained through an open window.
    The man entered three separate bedrooms and inappropriately touched two of the three women who were asleep

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/nova-scotia...er-sketch.html

    opppps I guess I should have read the whole article...the last line says:

    There have been about 20 similar incidents over the past two years in the city, mainly targetting young women who live near the universities.
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    Williams victim was 'simple girl full of plans' who travelled world


    By Tom Spears, Ottawa Citizen October 19, 2010 6:04 PM



    While Jessica Lloyd's family attends court sessions and talks to reporters, the Comeau family has made few public statements.


    Marie-France Comeau was born in Quebec City and grew up in Quebec, New Brunswick and Germany, her aunt Edith Castonguay of New Brunswick recalls.

    "I saw Marie-France grow up. She was a simple girl who was full of plans. Her beautiful smile and enjoyment of life — how could one not love this child, who became a beautiful woman? Then this monster destroyed everything," she said in an exchange of emails with the Ottawa Citizen. She wouldn't speak on the phone.

    Comeau joined the military to travel the world, following her father, grandfather and four members of the generation before that. And travel she did.






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    Military screening process must change, say experts

    By JAMIE LONG, QMI Agency
    Last Updated: October 19, 2010 5:52pm

    Retired Col. Michel Drapeau also criticized the military's screening process.

    "We have all sorts of tools available to us," he said, citing the rigorous screening procedures - including lie-detector tests - the RCMP and Canada's spy agency, CSIS, put their recruits through.

    "(The military) selection process is the same as it was when I joined the forces almost 50 years ago," he said, advocating for the revision of the military's appointment process.

    Drapeau said officials should consider using an independent selection committee for promoting personnel in the future.

    Davies says the public's perception of a typical serial killer, odd and separated from society, is another reason Williams' crimes went on for so long.

    "If you were lost in a back alley and you saw Willie Pickton and Russell Williams, who would you go to for help? You would choose Williams, right?" said Davies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipflop View Post
    OMG I hope all this sick and twisted coverage is not going to start copy cat crimes...

    The screen was removed and entry was gained through an open window.
    The man entered three separate bedrooms and inappropriately touched two of the three women who were asleep

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/nova-scotia...er-sketch.html
    Anything is possible, FF, but even this guy started before the explicit coverage of RW's case.

    " ... broke into a south end apartment last month ... "

    Also,

    "There have been about 20 similar incidents over the past two years in the city, mainly targetting young women who live near the universities."

    Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/nova-scotia...#ixzz12rGTwEbE

    Sadly, these crimes have always existed and will continue to exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotr View Post
    Rw may well have spotted J.L.while he was out ''bird watching'' with binoculars and camera, or he could even have a camera mounted on his car,or plane... I bet every free moment he had, was spent in one way or another seeking out potential victims.Goodness knows, he could have used info gleaned from other homes to seek and find J.L .ie. she organized school bus timetables!
    No doubts that he stalked her and did his research before committing this crime. I don't believe his ascertation that he'd just "seen her" working out on her treadmill. How on earth did he end up there (in the middle of nowhere, far from the road) to even see her???

    MOO

    All of the questions that we have answers to...Are those he (RW) provided. So far, nothing more - nothing less. So...I'm not so sure that this "investigation" is over.

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