On Sunday, September 4, Canadian police discovered the remains of one out of the two brothers wanted for a mass stabbing attack that led to the death of ten individuals and eighteen injured in the province of Saskatchewan.
A 31-year-old Damien Sanderson, (top left) had bruises that didn’t look like self-inflicted – but gave no details. A police officer said.
At James Smith Cree Nation, he was found dead in the indigenous community where most of the attacked victims lived.
The police officer also added that Sanderson’s brother Myles (top right) is at large and dangerous.
The cop said Damien Sanderson’s body had been found “in a heavily grassed area in proximity to a house that was being examined” on Monday, September 5.
In accordance with what police Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore told our reporters, his injuries were “not believed to be self-inflicted at this point”
The stabbing raid has swayed the usual quiet province, with police investigating 13 different crime scenarios.
Police had uncovered the defendant’s motives body unknown. Both have been arraigned for murder, despite not being apprehended.
Police informed the public that the 30-year-old brother might seek medical attention since he might also have sustained some injuries. But police did not say whether he was responsible for the death of his brother.
Dating back a number of years, Myles Sanderson, who was formerly known to the police, is described as having an “extensive and lengthy criminal record”.
Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, which represents all 74 First Nations of Saskatchewan, advised the occupants to report any information about the attacks on Monday evening.
In his statement, he said:
“Someone out there knows something,””We beg you to come forward for the sake of the families.”
The police are allegedly sending alerts on mobile phones, warning two adult male defendants.
Mr. Cameron said.
“Every time a new alert is broadcast… the families and communities are holding their breath for fear of new fatalities or injuries,”.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said,
“This kind of violence or any kind of violence has no place in our country,”.
“Tragedies like these have become all too commonplace” – adding that Saskatchewanians and Canadians would be there for each other in “times of difficulty and anguish”.
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