RCMP Serial Killer? [Updated! Jan/07]
Source for this page: http://www.mindytran.com/
A known child-killer was about to be secretly paid off by the Canadian government without you even being allowed to know. You saw the headlines, now hear what the RCMP did not want you to know…
What began as a public inquiry to identify the person or persons responsible for the murder of just one little girl, has led to a startling but inescapable conclusion. The only suspect, an RCMP “agent”, is now suspected of being a serial killer. The last remaining witnesses live in fear for their own safety, not from the murder suspect, but from the RCMP!
This all came to light when a young immigrant couple moved to Canada the land of their dreams, in search of a better life for their children. Their eight year old daughter Mindy Tran was murdered, the RCMP investigation badly botched. A suspect was arrested but then acquitted after a controversial investigation and trial. The police were forced to investigate themselves but withheld most of the concluding report. What little was released was damning, even stating that certain unnamed officers had failed to live up to their duty as members of the RCMP. Yet no charges were laid against any of these officers.
The public was confused by the strange behavior exhibited by the RCMP and as a result, left uncertain as to whether the real killer had even been found. Shannon Murrin, the suspected killer, proclaimed his innocence and sued the police for their actions. He claimed that he and his new girlfriend, who is also one of his former jurors, were about to reveal all in an upcoming book that was to be put on sale in the spring of 2003. Shannon Murrin said that he was calling for a public inquiry.
The RCMP still stands by their claim that the investigation was thorough and that the right man had been arrested. Members of the RCMP claimed to also want the investigation report on their conduct released to clear their name. This has not been allowed and all subsequent media requests for this report have been continually denied.
A frightened witness came forward after the trial with new information identifying a previously undisclosed residence as the destination of the person suspected of killing Mindy Tran. Although this witness believed that the person he saw was Shannon Murrin, this residence was not where Murrin claimed to be and is not mentioned in any of the RCMP investigation reports or court documents. This witness was assaulted and threatened during a home invasion just prior to Murrin’s trial by masked assailants claiming to be the RCMP. He is calling for an investigation into the events that obstructed him from becoming identified as a witness to Mindy Tran’s abduction. A reward was offered and a flyer circulated in an attempt to locate a key piece of now missing evidence, the reports of his vehicle from the night of the abduction.
see new witness
A CBC producer received information that Shannon Murrin was an RCMP informant/ agent, and that Sgt. Tidsbury the lead RCMP investigator of Mindy Tran’s murder, was actually Murrin’s “handler”. The producer arranged for an interview with Sgt. Tidsbury during which, the reporter solicited an admission from Tidsbury that Murrin was indeed an informant. Sgt. Tidsbury ordered this to be kept off the record. Despite the producer’s keen interest in this story, her ensuing request to investigate this connection was stopped by her superiors. She left the CBC shortly afterwards. Sgt. Tidsbury has hardly spoken to the press since.
In a highly unusual move, National Security Regulations were even cited during Murrin’s trial as the reason for withholding details of the RCMP investigation from the jury. Testimony which would have identified a unique physical characteristic common to both Mindy’s killer and to Shannon Murrin was with held from the public and the jury.
Murrin’s “tell all” book is now long over due and seldom mentioned by either Murrin or the press. The RCMP’s concluding report on their own conduct which included washing the DNA evidence from the victim’s clothing has never been released. The RCMP have never publicly acknowledged Murrin’s status as an RCMP agent and the media is not pursuing the role that this may have played in the proceedings. The RCMP review of the RCMP investigation exonerated all RCMP members of any wrongdoing.
see- RCMP Findings
see- The report is blacked out for the public!
Even now, Shannon Murrin is still receiving an unusual amount of assistance from some highly placed individuals, including from a former judge.
view news story.
A recent news report claims that the RCMP may even be secretly arranging to pay off Shannon Murrin and a juror that helped to acquit him.
View news story.
The RCMP said that this case was closed unless new information could be found. However, when new information was provided, they refused to investigate. The identity of the killer, his accomplices, and or additional witnesses could all be uncovered. This information would either identify a previously unknown suspect or confirm that the killer was actually Shannon Murrin.
The prime suspect in Mindy Tran’s murder appears to have escaped justice solely because of the obstructing actions of his RCMP handlers. The public has a right to know the identity of, and to be alerted to the dangers posed, by any child-killer living among them. Serious questions are being asked in regard to this case. Did members of the RCMP deliberately blow the case against the prime suspect? A public inquiry was initiated in order to identify the killer and answer this question.
As hard as this is to believe, if this investigation is allowed to remain as is, it will be Canada’s first confirmed case of an RCMP sanctioned child-killer!
THIS CHILD KILLER AND HIS ACCOMPLICES STILL REMAIN ON THE LOOSE. All OF OUR CHILDREN ARE AT RISK. THE RCMP ARE ONLY BEING CALLED UPON TO DO THEIR JOB AND COMPLETE THIS INVESTIGATION NO MATTER WHO IS IMPLICATED. THEY NEED YOUR SUPPORT. CALL AND PETITION YOUR LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONAL, MEDIA REPRESENTATIVES, AND ELECTED OFFICIALS TO COMPLETE THIS INVESTIGATION OR TO INITIATE A NEW AND UNBIASED INVESTIGATION OF MINDY TRAN’S MURDER BY AN HONEST AND COMPETENT INVESTIGATOR.
The handling of this case by the RCMP has far reaching implications. A similar pattern of obstruction is now being discovered in many other murder cases in which the prime suspects were also RCMP informants.
see- sanctioned killers
Links to new information will be placed on the- updates page.
For a brief summary with links to the evidence, click next at the bottom of each main page.
For more info on the Mindy Tran case, please see this website….
In a departure from procedure and knowing that there was a stain on Mindy’s
T-shirt that had not yet been analyzed Corporal Johnson washed Mindy’s
T-shirt and shorts. He testified at the trial that he was sorry for his mistake.
CTV recently ran a special made for TV documentary entitled “The Investigation“.
Despite the shows shameful attempt to mitigate police accountability, the
documentary does reveal how several senior members of the RCMP, from
various detachments, helped conceal and undermine the investigation into
serious crimes committed by Clifford Olson, Canada’s most notorious child
murderer. (It was also the RCMP that later paid Olson 100,000 dollars to locate
the bodies of his victims.) Watch it if you get the chance.
Below is newspaper clip of yet another RCMP officer found with links to
Note also in above story that the officer in question is also being
investigated for unsafe storage of a firearm. Click Here for related story…..
RCMP rampant with masonic cult influence….. SEE THIS LINK for more on masons.
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