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Offline wilber

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Re: Winnipeg Serial Killer
« on: December 08, 2022, 06:19:22 pm »
It's no wonder the police said they won't do it.

Winnipeg police said about 10,000 truckloads of garbage were dumped at the private facility between May 16, when Contois was killed, and June 20, when the homicide unit approached the service's forensics, intelligence and technology department with the possibility human remains might have been disposed of at the Rosser landfill.

About 1,500 tonnes of animal remains were also disposed of at the 12-metre-deep dump during the same five-week timeframe, police said, and this complicates efforts to find people.

Despite the additional material, Bartelink said he doesn't think a search would be impossible and also doesn't think weather would be a limiting factor.

He said a search must start with getting an experienced backhoe operator to gently remove debris, then start to dig through the approximately 9,000 tonnes of heavy construction clay that was added to the site after police believe the remains were deposited there.

And that was in June, how much more has been dumped since.

How much time do you want to spend and who's going to pay?  The police won't want it coming out of their budget.

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