Canada - Lucas Fowler, Chynna Deese, and Leonard Dyck, all murdered, Alaska Hwy, BC, Jul 2019 #12

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  1. Dee10

    Dee10 Well-Known Member

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    I am totally confused by this statement, from the maps I have seen based on what we were previously told by RCMP.
     
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  2. I think that the RCMP will make the cause of death public, which of course is not the same thing as releasing the autopsy report.
     
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  3. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    Renata D'Aliesio‏ @RenataDAliesio
    One resident said she was relieved the manhunt was over but also saddened that another two lives have been lost #canadamanhunt #canadianmanhunt

    8:02 PM - 7 Aug 2019*

    Renata D'Aliesio‏ @RenataDAliesio
    At the end of the meeting tonight, a moment of silence was held for the three homicide victims, Chynna Deese, Lucas Fowler and Leonard Dyck. The two suspects were also acknowledged #canadamanhunt #canadianmanhunt

    7:59 PM - 7 Aug 2019 *PT

    Renata D'Aliesio‏ @RenataDAliesio
    How a river guide’s sharp eye, and a sleeping bag, triggered a search that ended the RCMP manhunt #canadamanhunt #canadianmanhunt

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    How a river guide’s sharp eye, and a sleeping bag, triggered a search that ended the RCMP manhunt

    7:53 PM - 7 Aug 2019 pt
     
  4. kmclaren

    kmclaren Well-Known Member

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    It says right in the article they are security camera images.
     
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  5. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Wow. I just now got this news. So they tried to flee in a boat and drowned probably?
     
  6. FactFinder3000

    FactFinder3000 Well-Known Member

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    The maps are best guesses based on available information. We have never even been told what side of the river the bodies were on.
     
  7. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    Tour guide Clint Sawchuk was cruising on the Nelson River, taking a group of tourists to the national historic site of York Factory on Friday, when he spotted a blue sleeping bag in the water, tangled up in some willows.

    He knew the sleeping bag could be significant because he was one of handful of local residents who had been helping the RCMP scour the river and shoreline for any sign of fugitives Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod.

    Mr. Sawchuk’s find, it turned out, led police to spot a wrecked rowboat later that day, which then triggered a concentrated police search on an area where two bodies were found Wednesday. The RCMP said they believe the bodies are of the two wanted men.

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    The sleeping bag was spotted around 11 a.m. floating near Port Nelson, where the Nelson River spills into Hudson Bay.

    “They were on their way to Port Nelson to find the sleeping bag and that’s when they [spotted] the boat,” Mr. Sawchuk recounted.

    The aluminum rowboat was severely damaged and had gone through Lower Limestone Rapids, RCMP Inspector Leon Fiedler told The Globe and Mail on the weekend. Police had last scoured the area by air three or four days earlier.

    It’s not yet known whether Mr. Schmegelsky and Mr. McLeod used the rowboat, but Friday’s discoveries touched off an intense police search of the shoreline and surrounding bush.

    That search involved dozens of officers and several sniffer dogs. ATVs and a helicopter were used to help scan the rugged terrain and a dive team was brought in to scour the muddy Nelson River. A professional tracker was tapped to aid the manhunt, a source familiar with the investigation, who was granted confidentiality because they were not authorized to speak on the matter, told The Globe.

    The exhaustive effort led police to find items linked to the pair, although the RCMP will not reveal what those items are.

    How a river guide’s sharp eye, and a sleeping bag, triggered a search that ended the RCMP manhunt
     
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  8. HMSHood

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    I am not surprised they would turn up dead.
     
  9. olivebpa1

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    Jeez it’s kind of creepy knowing they are in that trailer.
     
  10. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Has anyone put the location they were found on a map? I'd like to see that.
     
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    Wow, good on that guide!! He, and other folks adept at moving around that terrain were probably on hyper-alert for anything out of the ordinary. Such a huge relief for the people who live in that area. Glad their bodies have been found. Perhaps LE can now piece together the details of what probably happened.
     
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  12. Zella

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    They were found about 1/2 a mile inland in very dense woods, so the general consensus here is either the elements got them or they killed themselves. MOO
     
  13. Gunslinging Granny

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    What was his diagnosis? Thanks in advance.
     
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    That scenario isn't supported by any credible reporting to-date.
     
  15. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Oh!! I thought I read that they were found on a shoreline. I wonder how they found them in that specific location?
     
  16. LadyL

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    so you think someone followed them, wait no, preceded them onto the Alaska highway, after following them all over B.C., somehow magically knew where they would end up driving, and murdered three lovely people?

    cmon, it defies logic and common sense
     
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  17. olivebpa1

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    Ugh. This is so upsetting. It’s going to cause more pain for everyone involved.
     
  18. Zella

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    The same day the boat was found last week, some of their personal items were found on the shoreline some distance away (we're not real clear on exactly how far but apparently a few kilos away.) Today, they were able to locate the bodies based on the location of their personal items. No word yet on what those items were, but they were described as definitely theirs yesterday.
     
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  19. NJSleuth91

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    So every parent who buys their kid a computer or an airsoft rifle is a criminal. Got it. Come on, dude. Those are normal purchases for a parent to make for a teenager, and a lot of teenage boys are into those interests. We have no evidence that he bought Bryer anything that was used in the commission of any crime or that he was involved in any of their crimes. The police specifically said in their press conference there were no additional suspects being considered. Also, there is evidence that his son DID have a lot of misanthropy. We don't know if it came from his dad's influence or not, but considering he told his classmates he wanted to kill his entire family, probably not.

    The people of Gillam are so sweet.
     
  20. LadyL

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    more respect than they deserve
     
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