Canada - Lucas Fowler, Chynna Deese, and Leonard Dyck, all murdered, Alaska Hwy, BC, Jul 2019 #11

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  1. JudgeJudi

    JudgeJudi Well-Known Member

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    He said that LF had a little wound on the left (he appeared to indicate an area near the hip). When asked about CD, he just made a gesture to the side of his face/head.
     
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    I'm not sure either. I don't know about the boat being theirs either. I do think it was them at the dump.
     
  3. LadyL

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    9 km along the river

    so that means the items were spread out over that distance??
     
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    Have we learned nothing from the arrogance of colonization? How can bringing the Australian, American or FBI police, wonderful people though they may be, have the expertise needed to comprehend the Nelson River?

    There are people who live along the river, who called it Powinini-gow for thousands of years before Nelson died there and left his name behind. From what I see, the RCMP tapped into that true expertise. They took a local guide who, imo, took them to the place where the Powinini-gow would spit out the dead.

    The hunt isn't over, but if the suspects are still in the area, there are local resources that can be counted on to continue the work.
     
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    I wouldn't base an accurate timeline on CBC. I have seen errors in their other stories on dates that were clearly wrong. Just because it's CBC doesn't mean it's accurate. Sometimes it's less accurate. Just saying. I would go with the RCMP or Globe and Mail's timeline.
     
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    [QUOTE="musicaljoke, post: 15309191, member: 101359]
    There are people who live along the river, who called it Powinini-gow for thousands of years before Nelson died there and left his name behind. From what I see, the RCMP tapped into that true expertise. They took a local guide who, imo, took them to the place where the Powinini-gow would spit out the dead. [/QUOTE]

    Fun fact - Powinini-gow means “rapid strangers’ river”. Appropriate, no?
     
  7. LadyL

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    unfortunately Globe & Mail has a paywall so not accessible to most
     
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    Yeah, and besides, even though it's been a couple of weeks, the case is hardly cold at this point. I'm sure the Australian police and the FBI have plenty of unsolved crimes, murders, and missing people of their own to deal with. It's not international even though tourists were murdered here. Unfortunately, people do get murdered while travelling abroad, it's sad, but it happens.
     
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    Elley Mae The enemy is here. beware

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    Canadian police found several items on a riverbank that are linked to the teenagers suspected of killing a North Carolina woman and her Australian boyfriend as well as another man, officials said Tuesday.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/worl...e9-8e83-4e6687e99814_story.html?noredirect=on

    RCMP Cpl. Julie Courchaine said they are investigating all possibilities including the possibility that the suspects might have drowned. She said there is no evidence to directly link the boat to the two suspects but said the items they found nearby are linked to them.

    A police helicopter initially spotted the boat and a follow-up search in the area uncovered the items directly linked to the two.
     
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