GUILTY Canada - Marie-France Comeau, 37, & Jessica Lloyd, 27, slain, Ont, 2009 & 2010 - #3

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  1. Patience

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    Updated: Thu Apr. 29 2010 8:24:51 AM

    ctvtoronto.ca
    Accused sex killer Russell Williams, a former CFB Trenton base commander, is now facing 82 additional charges, according to the Ontario Provincial Police.
    Police say that authorities within the Ottawa and Belleville police services reviewed unsolved crimes in their jurisdictions and laid the charges against the 46-year-old as a result.
    The 82 additional burglary-related charges consist of:
    • 61 counts of break, enter and theft
    • 10 counts of break and enter with the intent to commit an indictable offence
    • 11 counts of attempted break and enter.
    http://toronto.ctv.ca/servlet/an/lo...s_charges_100429/20100429/?hub=TorontoNewHome


    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news...more-burglary-related-charges/article1550700/


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    OPP charge Col. Williams with 82 additional charges

    CTV.ca - ‎13 minutes ago‎
    Col. Russ Williams salutes as he arrives at the Battle of Britain parade in Trenton, Ont., Sept. 20, 2009. (Cpl. Miranda Langguth / Department of National ...



    Police lay 82 more charges against double murder suspect Col. Russell Williams

    Winnipeg Free Press - ‎19 minutes ago‎
    BELLEVILLE, Ont. - Police have laid an additional 82 charges against Colonel Russell Williams, the former base commander of CFB Trenton awaiting trial on ...



    Col. Williams charged in dozens of break-ins

    Toronto Star - ‎20 minutes ago‎
    Col.Russell Williams, pictured in September 2009, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder in February 2010. Russell Williams, the former ...



    Col. Williams faces 82 new charges

    National Post - ‎22 minutes ago‎
    Canadian Forces Combat Camera/Warrant Officer Carole Morissette/Handout/Reuters Colonel Russell Williams 47, was arrested on Feb. ...



    Russell Williams faces 82 more burglary-related charges

    Globe and Mail - ‎45 minutes ago‎
    Colonel Russell Williams, Wing Commander of Canadian Forces Base Trenton, is pictured in this September 20, 2009 handout photo. Belleville, Ont. — Globe and ...



    Col. Williams faces break-in charges

    Toronto Sun - Kenneth Jackson, Jon Willing - ‎4 hours ago‎
    Col. Russell Williams, the man accused in two murders, will also be charged with several break-ins in Orleans ...
     
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    Canadian4 Taking it one day at a time

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    News Release

    April 29 2010

    Williams faces additional charges
    BELLEVILLE, ON, April 29 /CNW/ - Today, April 29, 2010, the Major Case
    Management Team, led by Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Criminal
    Investigations Branch, working jointly with Belleville Police (BPS), Ottawa
    Police (OPS) and the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service (CFNIS)
    laid more charges against 46-year-old Russell Williams, of Tweed, Ontario.
    The Ottawa Police Service, Belleville Police Service and OPP, with the
    assistance of CFNIS, reviewed unsolved crimes in the vicinity of Ottawa,
    Belleville and Tweed. As a result, Williams faces 82 additional charges.


    <<
    WILLIAMS is further charged with:

    Belleville Police Jurisdiction
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    2 counts break, enter and theft

    Ottawa Police Jurisdiction - All within the Fallingbrook area
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    23 counts break, enter and theft
    3 counts break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence
    8 counts attempt break and enter

    Tweed/OPP Jurisdiction
    ----------------------
    36 counts break, enter and theft
    7 break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence
    3 counts attempt break and enter
    >>


    Following an extensive review of unsolved crimes relating to homicides,
    missing persons, sexual assaults and break and enters within these
    jurisdictions, (Ottawa, Belleville and Tweed), these charges today, represent
    the known offences that have been linked to Russell WILLIAMS to date.
    On Sunday, February 7, 2010 Williams was arrested for the murders of
    Jessica Lloyd and Marie Comeau. He remains in custody.
    If anyone has information, they are asked to call the OPP, Belleville
    Police, Ottawa Police or Crimestoppers.




    http://www.opp.ca/ecms/index.php?id=405&nid=233
     
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    I want him to eat so he can face what he has done. To die would be a coward's way out imo. Kudo's to the OPP for pressing these new charges. I expect more. I can't help but wonder what crimes he committed in Canada's western provinces and elsewhere in the world.
     
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    According to linked article:

    He looked thinner than when first charged, but not as if he had been refusing to eat.

    He did ask at his court appearance that the new charges not be read out in court. Guess he's giving more than his name, rank and serial number while in front of the judge.

    Read more: http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=2965178#ixzz0mVQ3T4NY

    and another link that also mentions he looked healthy considering his alleged hunger strike.

    http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/article/802107--trenton-colonel-faces-82-more-charges?bn=1
     
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    Col. Williams, who did not enter a plea, requested that the charges not be read out in the packed courtroom. He did not give a reason.

    The judge complied with the request.



    Read more: http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=2965178#ixzz0mVSMb8U7

    Ugggh! Why would the judge comply with his wishes....somethings in life just do not seem fair!
     
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    ITA, but at least we have access to the charges anyway. See Patience's Post #5.
     
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    Yes I did read the charges. I was just thinking of the twisted freak in the court room, he did not want the charges read infront of the packed court room...still trying to have control and it is granted to him.
     
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    ITA FF - He will continue to try and have whatever control he can get, and depending on who was going to read the charges with so many, it could have taken hours! LOL
     
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    according to this he's going to plead guilty to all charges...hmmm, not sure if I should believe or not.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news...o-plead-guilty-to-all-charges/article1551083/

     
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    Col. Williams has ended his hunger strike, one of the sources also said.

    I wish they would not use the term "sources" when quoting such things in the media....it means nothing when it follows news like this.
     
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    Since the reporter of this article (TA) is the same one who has been commissioned to write a book about this case, I'm guessing that he probably has more access to information than any other journalist - perhaps even personal meetings with RW himself, if allowed by the defence attorney. If TA reported information now that turned out to be false, he would lose credibility and thus sales of his upcoming book. I think he would be extra-careful to verify his information for this reason, if nothing else. Personally, I believe these reports and am hoping for a quick resolution.

    JMO
     
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    One has to wonder when he had the time to do all this! Also, imagine how sure of himself he was after committing so many b&e's without being caught!

    ETA - Based on this article, the police is now asking the public for information:

    http://northumberlandnews.com/news/article/153047
     
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    http://www.intelligencer.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2556574

    "To be specific on the break and enters and what he was doing? No, I can't say because it's an ongoing investigation. We've got these 82 charges but there's still other things. The case is still being looked at," Rae said. Further charges could come in the future as Rae said "nothing's been ruled out at this point."

    Italic, bold above are mine. I hope that despite his (RW's) wanting to get things over with that the police continue to do a detailed investigation of any/all related cases! If other more serious crimes were committed by him, the victims or their families deserve closure.

    MOO
     
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    I'm guessing that he committed these B & Es while out "jogging" in the evenings, sometime between 7 and midnight when the women were out socializing for the evening. (There was at least one article that suggested he needed very little sleep.) I seriously doubt that RW was stupid or careless enough to attempt any of these crimes in daylight and too busy working during the week. He also had to account to his wife for his absences on the week-ends, so timing was everything.

    I suspect he staked out the homes/apartments and made sure there was no one home to be so successful in so many incidents. It's also possible that he may have been caught in some of them, but managed to escape and not be identified - yet. Thus, LE asking the public to now connect the face with anything suspicious they may have seen.

    These charges go back several years, so someone needs to do the math to determine how many (known) break-ins he committed per month on the average.

    JMO
     
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    What is "break and enter with the intent to commit an indictable offence"?

    Would this be a B&E where he went in intending to steal something, but heard someone so he had to dash? i.e. a B&E with an attempted theft?...or is it something more serious?

    quote by Pink Panther:
    BBM.
     
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