Murdered Voices

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Bhupinderpal Gill charged with 1st-degree murder of wife

Charge laid today after Gurpreet Ronald charged last week with 1st-degree murder in Jagtar Gill's death

CBC News Posted: Apr 14, 2014 9:36 AM ET Last Updated: Apr 14, 2014 5:55 PM ET

The husband of homicide victim Jagtar Gill has been charged with first-degree murder today more than two months after her body was found in the home they shared.
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Bhupinderpal Gill, shown above outside of the Ottawa courthouse last week, has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Jagtar Gill. (CBC)
Bhupinderpal Gill, 38, appeared briefly in court Monday in a courtroom packed with relatives and friends of the Gill family.
His next court appearance is scheduled for Wednesday, by video.
Last week Bhupinderpal Gill showed up at the courthouse with his children to watch as Gurpreet Ronald, a neighbour he was close to and worked with at OC Transpo, was charged with first-degree murder in Jagtar Gill's death.
He was arrested on Sunday.
Ronald's next court appearance is also scheduled for Wednesday.  click on headline finish reading

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

If You Are In Trouble You Need To Listen To Me

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Sunday, April 23, 2017


April 23, 2017 11:02 AM

America’s hidden horror: Sexual abuse in nursing homes and care facilities

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Battle Creek man run over by girlfriend, twice

Saturday, April 22, 2017

The injustice orchestrated by lab chemist Annie Dookhan was first revealed five years ago, after she had been working for the Massachusetts state drug lab for nearly a decade to help prosecutors, in her words, get drug dealers “off the streets.” Then the lab chemist once called “superwoman” for her exceptional speed running tests told state police that she had “screwed up big-time.”
In the year that followed, authorities would call into question the convictions of tens of thousands of drug cases handled by Dookhan in the Massachusetts state drug lab.

There was a reason she was so fast, it turned out: She eventually told investigators she tripled the productivity rates of her colleagues by not actually testing all the drugs that came before her, forging her co-workers’ initials and mixing drug samples so that her shoddy analysis matched the results she gave prosecutors.  click title to read more...

Thursday, April 13, 2017

1,000 native women murdered, missing in Canada over 30 years: RCMP

The RCMP revealed Thursday that nearly 1,200 aboriginal women have been murdered or gone missing in Canada in the past 30 years

OTTAWA—The RCMP revealed Thursday a shocking number — nearly 1,200 aboriginal women have been murdered or gone missing in Canada in the past 30 years.
RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson said most of those women — about 1,000 — are murder victims.
The rest, about 186, are disappearances, still logged in police files across the country, and in a majority of those — some 160 missing person cases — the RCMP says authorities “ought to” suspect foul play. The others have been determined to be disappearances for “reasons unknown.” click on headline