Toronto police have charged a 66-year-old man with murdering two gay men and say they believe he is responsible for several other deaths.The arrest comes a month after Chief Mark Saunders insisted that there was no evidence to suggest a serial killer was behind disappearances in the Village, a downtown neighbourhood known as a hub to the LGBTQ community.Homicide Detective-Sgt.
Ryan Hawaii says he was stopped from boarding a flight because he was wearing too many clothes. Twitter Canada’s airport security agency has no issue with passengers boarding a plane wearing every sweater and pair of jeans in their wardrobe to avoid baggage fees, but individual airlines may stop them from boarding flights.
After denying a serial killer is targeting LGBTQ community, Toronto police charge man in murders of two gay men Although no bodies were recovered, Bruce McArthur was charged with the first-degree murder of Andrew Kinsman, 49 and Selim Esen, 42 Victor Ferreira Published on: January 18, 2018 | Last Updated: January 18, 2018 3:50 PM EST After denying there was a serial killer behind a rash of disappearances in Toronto’s LGBTQ community, Toronto police charged a 66-year-old man for allegedly...
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