Tag Archive: RCMP

Chad Davis murder trial: The evidence of Week 4

[Reblogged from the Winnipeg Free Press ‘Crime Scene’ blog on Feb. 17, 2014. One word was changed, and a sentence about the police statement added in the intro] Two men on trial for… Continue reading

Chad Davis murder trial: the evidence in week three

[Reblogged from the Winnipeg Free Press ‘Crime Scene’ blog] Two men on trial for a brutal crime: The alleged premeditated murder of a handsome young Winnipeg man, Chad Davis, who went missing for… Continue reading

Chad Davis murder trial: The evidence in week two

[Reblogged from the Winnipeg Free Press ‘Crime Scene’ blog, additional exhibit photos are there.] Two men on trial for a ghastly crime: The alleged first-degree murder of a handsome young Winnipeg man, Chad… Continue reading

Brincheski/Tymchyshyn (Chad Davis) murder trial: The opening

2174 days ago, Chad Randall Davis vanished. That’s five years, 11 months and 13 days (Or more than three million minutes). And after all this time, the public is finally getting a look… Continue reading

‘Reasonable Suspicion’ at the roadside? It’s the totality of the circumstances

In a way, you gotta feel kind of bad for Rhys Mitchell. In a way. Charged with drive over .08 in early 2009 , he’s now seen his case go through every level… Continue reading

Natasha Moar homicide: An accounting and some questions

“See this girl she was treated like a nobody noone came to help her fight in court,not one person came forward to say hey i seen him abuse her.where was everyone fat mouths… Continue reading

Kines heading back for new murder trial: The Court of Appeal’s reasons

Manitoba’s top court issued reasons Wednesday on why it sent accused killer Jason Allen Kines¬†back to trial on charges of first-degree murder, aggravated sexual assault and sexual interference¬†in connection to the death of… Continue reading

Answers needed in Malcolm domestic-violence murder case

The provincial government, Justice Minister Andrew Swan and those sitting on the provincial domestic violence Death Review Committee must turn their minds to investigating what happened to Sandi-Lynn Malcolm. Nothing short of a… Continue reading

In Mark Stobbe’s defence, for the record

Mark Stobbe’s lawyer spoke with media following his acquittal on Thursday. Tim Killeen makes a number of insightful comments about the case and Stobbe’s defence, presented here in full for the record. On… Continue reading

An (inconclusive) answer to a question that’s always plagued me

Just how many warrants are in Manitoba police computers gathering dust? It’s something I continually have asked myself for the last few years until today, when I was given something of an answer.… Continue reading