Alleged serial killer: the victims ‘ bodies still not found
Saturday, 20 January 2018 14:02
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TORONTO – The alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur of Toronto has been accused of both murders, even if the body of Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen, two gay men in their forties who are missing for several months, has still not fully recovered.
According to the “Toronto Star”, the technology is increasingly advanced and the authorities have other evidence that the bodies themselves to advance their investigation. Result: it is easier today to prove a murder case without a body.
Detective sergeant Hank Idsinga of Toronto police acknowledged earlier this week that his organization had not found the two victims, this has not prevented McArthur, 66 years of age, to be formally accused of two murders in the first degree.
“Today, a murder without a body, is in no case a means of defence more easy. It is as hard as any other case”, told “the Star” the lawyer Edward Sapiano.
The forensic experts can establish the identity of a person through his DNA, and also determine if a death is occurred simply as a function of the volume of blood found, said Mr. Sapiano, who has defended several people accused of murder in the course of his career.
In addition to the fingerprints, the police can now view the recordings of the cell and establish the proximity of a suspected killer and a victim, thanks to cell towers.
The authorities have combed through the properties associated with McArthur in Toronto and Madoc, as well as a vehicle in which they were found in the blood, according to Global News. They would have discovered the indexes related to each of MESSRS. Esen and Kinsman, as well as at least two other victims not yet identified. The police must also analyze the computer hardware belonging to McArthur.
Recall that the alleged serial killer was the subject of an investigation for several months, according to local media. Last August, investigators had established the “Prism Project”, a special cell constituted for an investigation into the two murders.
This team is always at work, and discovers, the more the investigation advances, a number of clues that suggest that McArthur could have other victims. Three men are notably missing in similar circumstances from 2010 to 2012.