Saskatchewan mass killing suspect committed similar attack in 2015, court file shows
Saskatchewan mass killing suspect committed similar attack in 2015, court file shows | Globalnews.caCourt records show that Myles Sanderson attacked his in-laws with a knife in 2015. They were also among Sunday's mass stabbing victims.globalnews.ca
The suspect in a mass killing in Saskatchewan on the weekend committed a similar stabbing attack seven years ago, according to court documents obtained by Global News.
We can make some assumptions from the peanut gallery. They have no weight, but they can’t be disproved either.
It was nice while it lasted, logic. We'll miss you.We can make some assumptions from the peanut gallery. They have no weight, but they can’t be disproved either.
He knew some of the victims, cops tell us, others were complete strangers.
That man was 66-year-old Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry veteran Earl Burns. He was Sanderson’s father-in-law and in the previous incident he had been stabbed multiple times by the alleged mass killer.We can make some assumptions from the peanut gallery. They have no weight, but they can’t be disproved either.
Dude was complete fucking psycho nightmare nutbar. In the pattern of the information not given to the public want to make some assumptions also.
The names of the 18 people injured but not murdered are not being released, and I’m assuming a bigger pattern would be exposed with that information. The names of the 10 or 11 people that he did murder have been exposed now:
I’m guessing this animal didn’t like to be told “No” and the mother of his five children that he wasn’t suppose to be in contact with…Who is not identified…I’m guessing her surname is maybe “Burns”?
The one person in Weldon, up early, soft target, with a more reliable vehicle that this Freakshow was driving when he got to Weldon? Perhaps a black Nissan Rouge?…
More conditions. More probation. More counselling. More charges. Rinse. Repeat.And at least we won't have to worry about a parole board letting him back out in a few years to do it again.
I don’t think it would have helped here, unless the shared tribal police (shared cost so shared police) just happened to be on that particular Reserve at 5:45am on a Sunday morning in the middle of the Labour Day Weekend.I don't think it's necessarily a bad idea but how would it have helped here?
Tribal Police can receive training also. The national training academy for the RCMP just happens to be in Regina so that’s not a big stretch.But. . . but. . . the Mounties are professional!
Yeah. In this case, this Myles Sanderson was a nasty freak bad news Federal Time probation skipping nightmare, who was out on statutory release with conditions to not go near his Ex-Common-Law Spouse, (and in a small community everyone knows everyone else’s business,) who he was living with…& all these dead “Burns” folks where her family….& everyone and their dogs would’a know this was going down since Myles was wanted back in May 2022 but months went by before the murder spree.Well they did actually catch the guy and pretty fast too.
I think the problem there would have been more with the courts and parole boards to be honest. I mean if that's what they want then let them give it a try but i suspect it would have made little difference.Maybe Tribal Police would have also been aware of this, and maybe they would’a done something about this months ago, & maybe not.