Instead of heading to a mental hospital as ordered by a Florida court, a Tillsonburg octogenarian charged in a bizarre luring case was found beaten to death in a jail cell.
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Elizabeth Wettlaufer, the worst health- care killer in Canadian history, finally spoke Monday.
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A British expert says it makes little sense to exhume bodies in the case of a former Southwestern Ontario nurse accused of serial murder if investigators are looking for evidence of insulin overdoses.
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For the first time since her arrest on eight counts of first-degree murder, Elizabeth Wettlaufer is making an unexpected trip from jail back to Woodstock next week.
The jury’s trip to the place where Woodstock school girl Tori Stafford was murdered was considered by the Crown to be a necessity.
After a year on her first part-time job and torment from a fellow employee, Jordan Rody went to her manager to lodge a complaint.
The words of a lost little boy, imprisoned in a filthy room and virtually ignored by his aunt and uncle, were what moved the judge the most.
Dennis Alsop Jr. says he lent his dad’s work diaries to the Ontario Provincial Police in hopes of solving some of London’s biggest crime mysteries.
Samantha Billings is hoping Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is having a change of heart.
Parents looking for a reason to monitor their child's online activities should know about Daniel Labutte.
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