Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur could be facing more murder charges. Police found “items of interest” at a property connected to McArthur’s landscaping business when they began searching it again, months after they recovered remains from seven victims. Beyond the horror of the murders, this case has exposed a chasm in the relationship between police and Toronto’s LGBTQ community, who knew something was up years ago when men started disappearing from the city’s gay village. Freelance reporter Justin Ling (Globe & Mail, VICE) brings us back to 2013, when the community began demanding answers. Why did it take this long for an arrest to be made? What happens when an entire community is silenced by a force meant to protect it?
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