DARTMOUTH, N.-É. | It is this Friday that royal Canadian mounted police (RCMP) will present a chronology of the escaped murderer has killed at least 22 people, the last weekend in Nova Scotia.
This timeline will be unveiled at Dartmouth in mid-morning by the superintendent Darren Campbell, the officer in charge of support services for the RCMP in Nova Scotia.
Recall that the suspect, Gabriel Wortman would have initiated a run of deadly Saturday night by setting fire to his residence in Portapique, according to the preliminary data of the investigation spread out over 16 scenes of crimes. Then, he would have set fire to other houses nearby, before pulling on the people who came out of their houses in panic.
Disguised as a police officer of the RCMP, he fled at the wheel of a car that looks like a autopatrouille. Sowing the seeds of terror during his route of 90 kilometers, which lasted more than 12 hours, he was eventually shot dead by police at a service station in Enfield, about thirty kilometres north of Halifax. It has killed at least 22 people, including the officer Heidi Stevenson.
According to Global News, all would have begun by the violence, while the alleged killer, Gabriel Wortman, would have first targeted his spouse.
By the way, this Friday, Canadians are invited to wear red to pay tribute to the victims. It gets people to share photos and videos using the hashtag #WearRedFriday.