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    I saw a release today that in essence said
    1) ligature strangulation
    2) bolt to the neck
    3) arrow to the neck

    both the bolt and arrow they said "stabbing wounds". But made it clear that with the arrow he was stabbed. Have to wonder why they wouldn't clarify that, with respect to the bolt, and instead are choosing to leave it unspecified. They also said they wouldn't release much more due to the pending court case.

    pure speculation on my part but seems clear to me this was planned at least a little.
    1) go for mom
    2) grab loaded and readied x-bow for the first brother
    3) grab whatever is handy/ready. Maybe a compound but no chance to draw so....

    Id have planned it better but if I was going strangle mom ( physically weakest) and then deal with my brothers. Yep, x-bow would be loaded and the bow or arrows nearby I guess

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    well here we go with the right answer
    http://www.cknw.com/syn/60/167930/ma...s-due-in-court

    stabbed with crossbow bolts

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    Real story! Crossbow was so slow he just stuck the arrows into his victims by hand.

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    update...

    bit of a Zombie thread..but still of interest to some who like to know how it played out;

    TORONTO - A desperate, deceitful groom admitted Friday he murdered his mother and two brothers to prevent his mom from revealing his web of lies to his fiancee a month before their wedding.

    Brett Ryan, 36, pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of second-degree murder in the Aug. 25, 2016 killings of his mother, Susan, 66, and his brother, Alexander, 29, and first-degree murder in the crossbow slaying of his oldest brother, Christopher, 42, a TTC fare collector. He also pleaded guilty to attempting to murder another brother, Leigh, 38.

    The judge sentenced Ryan to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years for first-degree murder and two concurrent life sentences for the killings of the man’s mother and younger brother. Ryan received a 10-year concurrent sentence for the attempted murder.

    Crown attorney Dihim Emami and senior Crown attorney Tom Pittman negotiated the plea bargain deal with defence lawyers John Rosen and Lindsay Daviau. If Ryan had been convicted of three counts of first-degree murder — as initially charged — he could have faced the daunting prospect of consecutive parole eligibility periods, meaning he would have to wait 75 years for his first chance at parole.
    How the crossbow played into the crime;
    He confronted his mother. When their argument became heated, she phoned his older brother, Christopher, for help.

    Brett retrieved the crossbow, stabbed his mom with a bolt, then strangled her to death with a yellow nylon rope.

    Brett ambushed Christopher by shooting a bolt through the back of his head when he appeared.

    Brett hid both bodies under a tarp in the garage. His younger brother, Alexander, was fatally stabbed with a bolt when he confronted Brett.
    http://www.ottawasun.com/2017/07/28/...de-his-deceipt
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    Apparently,he had quite a history of robbery and was a pathological liar. He committed the murders to stop his family from exposing his deceit and lies to his fiance......who just happens to be the luckiest woman on the face of this Earth not to be marrying that psychopathic cut-throat. I hope she went out and bought Lottery tickets. On another note,he was sentenced to "concurrent" prison terms. The SOB should never see the light of day......ever.
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    dress him up like a 12pt buck and leave in an open field for october 1st!

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    Crazy story.

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    Why did the Crown concede to his plea deal for concurrent life sentence? It seems like a fairly easy case to win

    If there was any person who doesnt deserve parole its this guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blasted_saber View Post
    Why did the Crown concede to his plea deal for concurrent life sentence? It seems like a fairly easy case to win

    If there was any person who doesnt deserve parole its this guy.
    One of the "inequities " of our so called " justice system".

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    Quote Originally Posted by blasted_saber View Post
    Why did the Crown concede to his plea deal for concurrent life sentence? It seems like a fairly easy case to win.
    Cost & court time, I should think.

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