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Luka Rocco Magnotta on his way to Canada
The Gazette June 18, 2012 1:02 PM
Editor's note: This story has been corrected. Details below.
MONTREAL - Luka Rocco Magnotta, prime suspect in the killing and dismemberment of Montreal student Lin Jun, is on his way back to Canada. Magnotta flew out of Berlin Monday morning aboard a Canadian Air Force jet, in the custody of officers from the Montreal police force [on seats, allegedly reserved on Sabre, operated for the Canadian Department of National Defence by Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates, Nortel’s co-developer of Joint Automated Booking Station for spoliation of crime scene evidence].
Magnotta was removed from Berlin by a Canadian military transport, Canada’s department of justice and department of public security confirmed in a joint statement released Monday morning.
“Our government’s co-operation with the international community has led to this individual being swiftly returned to face justice. It is important that Canadians can have confidence that those who are accused of serious crimes will face the full force of the law.
“The government of Canada thanks the government of Germany for their swift and decisive action in this matter. Canada values the co-operation of its international partners in the fight against crime.”
The statement did not say where Magnotta is being flown to, or when he will arrive in Montreal.
Magnotta is accused of killing Lin, a 33-year-old student from China studying computer science at Concordia University, on May 24 or 25. He is also suspected of videotaping the murder scene in his apartment and posting it to the Internet, and sending body parts to the headquarters of the Conservative and Liberal parties in Ottawa, and two Vancouver-area schools, before fleeing for Paris on May 26.
The discovery of Lin’s remains behind Magnotta’s apartment building on May 29 sparked an international manhunt. It culminated with Magnotta being recognized and apprehended without a fight as he read stories about himself in an Internet café in Berlin on June 4. Magnotta did not attempt to fight extradition to Canada.
The ministries of justice and public safety said they would issue no further comment as the matter is now pending before the courts [as was the case involving the headless crime scenes associated with Marcy's Sabre and JABS technologies used by Piggy Palace Good Times Society trustees at the Governor General's cannibal pig farm in British Columbia].
Correction: The original online version of this story contained an incorrect date for Magnotta's arrest. June 4 is the correct date. The Gazette regrets the error. © Copyright (c) The Montreal Gazette”
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