Canadian Robert Wilkinson, 30, the man arrested last year who belted out an a cappella version of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody for the police-cruiser cam on the way to jail, has been convicted and sentenced.
On February 7, 2010, Russell Williams, a high-ranking and medal studded member of the Canadian Forces, was ushered into a police interrogation room. Chiseled and confident, Williams was at first jovial, making small talk with the Detective Sargeant Jim Smyth. But it quickly becomes clear that Williams isn’t there to pal around with fellow men of service.
From our friends at the Daily Dot: A murder suspect showed a brazen attitude as he continued to tweet about drug use and taunt law enforcement in the months between his alleged crime and his arrest.
A key piece of evidence presented at the trial of Canadian killer Mark Twitchell was a 42-page document titled SKConfessions, with the SK standing for “serial killer.” In the manuscript, Twitchell, an amateur filmmaker, claims to detail his “progression into becoming a serial killer” and describes murder in gruesome detail.
On February 7, 2002, authorities made a startling announcement: a search was underway at the pig farm belonging to Robert Pickton, suspected of being a serial killer. Ultimately, Pickton would be convicted of six murders and suspected in as many as 49.
On February 4, 2010, police looking for the k Jessica Lloyd disappeared, a victim of budding serial killer and Pride of the Canadian Forces Russell Williams, whose fetish for women’s lingerie had escalated to sexual assault and murder. A bear for structure, Williams kept meticulous written and photographic records of all his activities, legal, illegal, and just plain bizarre.
An eyewitness account of Vincent Li’s July 30, 2008, attack on fellow-Greyhound-bus passenger Tim McLean and the aftermath of the murder, in which Li decapitated and cannibalized the body.
In 2010 authorities in Canada released jailcell footage from 2002 of now-convicted serial killer Robert Pickton shortly after his arrest. In this video Pickton, who has realized the hopelessness of his situation, opens up to an undercover Mountie about, among other things, killing 50 people and disposing of the remains. He says he got sloppy.
City officials were aware, but say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure and "We wouldn’t want to take something valuable that is important to them. "
On December 23, 1990, Karla and her husband Paul Bernardo, aka Canada’s "Ken and Barbie Sex Killers" took their first victim: Homolka’s young sister Tammy. Tammy’s virginity was to be Paul’s Christmas present from Karla, who no longer had her own to give. Doped with halothane, Tammy died of an overdose while they raped her.