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    I am noticing a lot of the news articles are closed to commenting ? Anyone else notice this.


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    About Marie Comeau

    If this was posted previously, I'll delete it:

    http://www.northumberlandnews.com/ne...article/148481


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    Quote Originally Posted by RubyRed View Post
    I am noticing a lot of the news articles are closed to commenting ? Anyone else notice this.
    Yes, I have. I believe they're trying to prevent possible "inside information" from leaking out and jeopardizing the investigation. Also, rampant speculation on news sites can lead to rumours being remembered as facts later on. We've seen it happen here often at WS.

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    clarification on Cornwall location

    Quote Originally Posted by Summersolstice View Post
    Some recent developments have me wondering about this case:

    1. Brigadier-General and military chaplain Roger Bazin's sex-related charges; and

    2. RW's choice of Michael Edelson as his lawyer. This is the lawyer who is defending Bishop Raymond Lahey. He is the Catholic priest who was charged in Ottawa on possession of child pornography after returning on an overseas flight. Bishop Lahey was instrumental in a $13 million settlement of a class-action sex-abuse lawsuit in Nova Scotia. There is plenty of information about this person on the internet; and

    3. Cornwall, which is in the Quinte region. Brighton, Trenton and Belleville are also in the Quinte region. The Cornwall Inquiry is also well-documented officially and unofficially on the internet.
    I am not sure if I am reading this correctly, but just wanted to clarify that "Cornwall" is not in the quinte region. It is approx 2 hrs east of quinte region on the Quebec border of south/eastern Ontario


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    Quote Originally Posted by Summersolstice View Post
    That Deep River connection again!
    I'm not discounting a Deep River connection at this point. Whatever it is that shapes these killers most likely has some deep-rooted connection to their early childhood, and it wouldn't surprise me if RW did some strolls down memory lane by visiting old haunts from happier times.

    There is a connection between 8 Wing and Chalk River:


    from:
    http://www.cefcom-comfec.forces.gc.c...ng.asp?id=1885

    Scroll down to "Canadian Forces’ Joint Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defence (JNBCD) Company":

    By stationing the JNBCD Company at 8 Wing Trenton, Ontario, it is able to benefit from on-site military airlift in time of crisis.
    Also, RW had his Masters of Defence. Defence specialist studies would include components related to bio-chemical weaponry and responses.

    http://74.125.155.132/search?q=cache...&ct=clnk&gl=ca


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    Just some thoughts

    “Williams, looking tired and with a few days growth of beard, made his second court appearance via video link …”

    http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/a...urt-appearance

    http://www.thestar.com/searchresults...lliams&r=all:1

    Either this sketch artist is not very skilled, or RW has aged ten years since his arrest.

    While I try to avoid posting speculation about the thoughts and feelings of anyone associated with these cases, I can’t help but wonder what could be going through this man’s mind. He has lived his entire adult life with great promise, success, extraordinary respect and even envy, I should think. He had money, prestige, a long-term marriage, and expectation of an even better future. No matter what happened in his childhood, his later accomplishments would have been cause for enormous pride and self-satisfaction. He must have felt invincible. And now, in a matter of a few short minutes (the road canvass), all this has vanished forever.

    I still believe in the concept of “innocent until proven guilty”, but based on the wealth of information we have been given in this case, I have little doubt that LE got the right man. In spite of his new eminent lawyer, I think he will be spending the next few decades in a cold, hard cell, losing everything he has held dear – his freedom, his reputation, his family, his creature comforts. It’s no wonder he looks haggard and ten years older.

    (These are just some personal thoughts and should not be interpreted in any way as sympathy. If anything, they might be considered a sort of gloating.)

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    I agree AG ... in short, and as horribly blunt as this sounds, it wouldn't surprise me if this guy suicides.


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    A coincidence?

    I noticed the date on this article referred to earlier and it is the same date that Jessica was last seen (Jan 28th). I wonder if the colonel knew in advance of this article that the OPP was asking for help from the public in regards to Marie Comeau. It is a big coincidence but I have to wonder if it triggered him to assault and murder another woman.

    OPP seek public’s assistance in Brighton murder case: http://northumberlandnews.com/news/article/147213


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    Serial Killers- Can they stop and start

    Stumbled upon this article, which is from an FBI report that was released to Police. Thought you might want to ponder it, seeings as how the vast majority of my own knowledge tends to be Hollywood based

    http://www.all-about-forensic-psycho...l-killers.html

    "It has been widely believed that once serial killers start killing, they cannot stop. There are, however, some serial killers who stop murdering altogether before being caught. In these instances, there are events or circumstances in offenders’ lives that inhibit them from pursuing more victims. These can include increased participation in family activities, sexual substitution, and other diversions."

    Interesting....very interesting....


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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    I agree AG ... in short, and as horribly blunt as this sounds, it wouldn't surprise me if this guy suicides.
    It occurred to me, too. I think they'll be keeping a close eye on him. Right now, I assume he must be kept very busy being interrogated by various LE and perhaps getting legal advice.

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    Behind Those Eyes

    A very good article with some strange and interesting facts about the colonel. A definite must-read. Here is a snippet:

    Ironically enough, police visited Williams that very morning—but it was all part of a charity gag. During the “Jail and Bail” fundraiser, military police descended on the headquarters building and handcuffed senior staff, who were then tossed in a cell until guards raised enough bail money. All the proceeds went to the United Way. “It was a great event,” says Lewis, who is pictured in the base newspaper—hands cuffed behind his back—standing beside a smiling Russell Williams.

    What the photo doesn’t show, however, is that Williams refused to step inside the cell. He posed with the handcuffs, but declined to spend even a few minutes behind bars. “He said he was too busy,” Lewis says. “He didn’t show any queasiness or anything. He just said he didn’t want to go to the jail.” If investigators are correct, Williams knew that Comeau’s corpse was inside her house, waiting to be discovered.
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    http://www2.macleans.ca/2010/02/19/%...es%E2%80%99/5/

    I have to wonder if the issue of Comeau coming home at noon is correct. This article states that Williams may have already killed Comeau by that morning.


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    Quote Originally Posted by antiquegirl View Post

    EDIT: Sorry, but I just read the entire article and I've sort of changed my mind. Having read the rest of it, I now think maybe the dates could be a journalistic error. Hazel, do you feel like writing to the Northhumberland News and asking for a clarification? If not, I could do it on Friday. If this is indeed a mistake, it's a huge one and should be corrected.
    PLEASE antiquegirl, you write to them. You could explain it much better!

    I've been looking to see if the following was also mentioned in older articles, but cannot find it so far.
    A second woman, Cpl. Marie France Comeau of the 437th squadron, Trenton, was found dead in her home in Brighton on Nov. 25, 2009.

    Comeau’s boyfriend discovered her body inside her Raglan St. home, neighbours said.

    He had come to check up on her after she missed a shift as a flight attendant with 437th transport squadron at CFB Trenton.

    “He came out white as a ghost, just saying, ‘She’s been killed. She’s dead,’” one neighbour said.
    source : The Spec

    “She loved her job. She loved learning about cultures. She wanted to travel the world,” said Alain Plante, a basic-training instructor who dated Comeau for four years.

    The two spoke on Nov. 22, 2009. Three days later, her boyfriend — checking up on her because she had missed a shift — found her dead inside her Brighton home.
    source : The Star

    If Marie-France left in the morning (presumably to go to work) and came back around noon, how could she have missed a shift?

    Unless this is also a mistake, and journalist got mixed up with Jessica missing a shift. That's why I was trying to find an old account of Marie's death, to see if there had been mention of her missing a shift. Missing for 1 hour wouldn't make the boyfriend go look for her, IMHO.
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    If MC was actually murdered earlier

    Quote Originally Posted by matou View Post
    A very good article with some strange and interesting facts about the colonel. A definite must-read. Here is a snippet:


    BBM

    http://www2.macleans.ca/2010/02/19/%...es%E2%80%99/5/

    I have to wonder if the issue of Comeau coming home at noon is correct. This article states that Williams may have already killed Comeau by that morning.
    This thought is a bit absurd BUT, I was thinking (only speculation of course) Is it possible that RW dressed in clothes similar to MC's military (work) clothes and went back at lunch to throw off the neighbours. I realize he is quite different in size but would anyone really be looking that closely?


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    Quote Originally Posted by matou View Post
    I noticed the date on this article referred to earlier and it is the same date that Jessica was last seen (Jan 28th). I wonder if the colonel knew in advance of this article that the OPP was asking for help from the public in regards to Marie Comeau. It is a big coincidence but I have to wonder if it triggered him to assault and murder another woman.

    OPP seek public’s assistance in Brighton murder case: http://northumberlandnews.com/news/article/147213
    Yep! I did notice that! Found that article in an army force forum
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