5 Canadian Murder Cases That Made National Headlines

Luka Magnotta

The 11 minutes video uploaded to the Canadian website on25th may 2012 featured an Asian male being stabbed for the necrophilia and cannibalism acts. The authorities moved in speed from the packages delivered to the national headquarters and arrested Luka Magnotta, the prime suspect in Jun’s murder case. Magnotta was later charged with a first-degree murder crime of distributing obscene materials, criminal harassment, and indignities to a human body.

Vincent Li

Vincent Li pulled out a large knife on 30th July 2008 and began to stub McClean, who was sleeping, several times around the neck and chest. Passengers made attempts to rescue McClean but failed to make it past Vincent. Some parts of McClean were consumed flesh by Li after he was left on the bus. The RCMP cops came in speed to arrest Li at the crime scene and later charged them with second-degree murder, for which he pleaded not responsible.

Russell Williams

Former Colonel Russell Williams airlifted the Canadian Force VIP aircraft for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip before the murder arrests in 2010. The missing of a 27-year-old Jessica Lloyd led to the arrest of William. He confessed other crimes, such as the killing of Corporal Marie-France Comeau.

Marc Lépine

The 1989 École Polytechnic massacre led to the suicide of a 25-year-old Marc Lépine, who was alleged to have walked into an engineering school and opened fire. The fire resulted in the deaths of fourteen women and 14 other injuries.

Mark Twitchell

After Johhny Altinger had informed his friends he was going out with some women, some of his pals decided to break into his condo and find his passport. The Edmonton Police Service later made the arrests of a 29-year-old Mark Twitchell. He was charged with first-degree murder, according to the document recovered from the computer.

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