Bruce McArthur: Canadian Landscapaer Admits Eight Murders

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01/29/2019

A Toronto landscaper accused of killing eight men who went missing between 2010-17 has pleaded guilty to their murders. Bruce McArthur, 67, was arrested last January and charged in the deaths of two men, and police subsequently charged him in six other cases. Most of his victims had links to Toronto’s Gay Village neighbourhood. Many of the victims’ remains were found in plant pots on one property in Toronto’s Leaside neighbourhood.

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