Examples of Canadian informants:
confessed to having committed 43 murders in 1986, supposedly before turning police
informant, and assuming a new identity under the witness protection program.
quote from serial killer index:
hey there! love the sight but have you ever heard of Yves "Apache"
Trudeau? he is a Hells Angel, now under the protection of the Canadian
government due to his turning in his biker cronies. In return for ratting his
buddies out he recieved immunity for some 43 murders he committed, mostly for
revenge and / or money. A pretty prolific killer I would say
What was Trudeau doing?
see- short version
story- the complete story has now been removed from CBC website. This
information is rapidly disappearing from the public domain.
Cory Patterson, another admitted member of these informant/
killers, claimed that there were others like him. He was never charged, just relocated. Patterson was found dead after he informed on his police handlers
and disclosed his protected informant status to a journalist. The CBC fifth Estate investigated
and aired the program.
quote-Justice Paul Hermiston couldn't believe what he was hearing. Never
in his career had he heard of such a bizarre case. He was at a loss to even
speculate why the RCMP would hire such a wicked man.
most notorious serial killer, was an informant and
received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the police following his arrest. He was a suspect when there was
only one victim, was heavily implicated when there were three, but went on to kill
eleven innocent children before the authorities finally decided to stop his
Before any of these murders began, Olson was well known to police as 'Bobo" the prison
informant, a brutal serial rapist of young male inmates.
Olson named as informant.
the prison rapist
Olson had also committed approximately eighty rapes around Vancouver without
ever being apprehended!
quote-This is a
fellow that committed approximately eighty rapes in Greater Vancouver. We know
undercover policewomen who were in his home when he was
identified as a suspect that he actually had a map up on the wall of his
apartment, his flat, and on
the map he had marked up the locations of his
see pg/4- Kim
Since 1981, questions have been raised about the search for Canada's first known
serial killer. This account shows in meticulous detail, how the investigation
unfolded from the outset. It is possible that Olson might have been stopped
early in his rampage, when two officers, each working separate cases, identified
him as a suspect.
To this day, an ex police member, Kettle is continuing to be vocal about
his attempts to have Olson investigated at the time. The RCMP blocked all
attempts. There never was a court case.
best Olson story
The murder of Leo LaChance disclosed the complicity of the Crown and
the RCMP in a cover-up to benefit this killer, a known RCMP informant. Information
regarding this killer's protected informant status was prohibited from being made known during the court case and even
withheld from the
This informant was on the RCMP payroll when he killed two people. He confessed,
yet no charges were ever laid. This story has now been removed from news site- www.montrealgazettemay17_2002.pdf
Contact them for information as to why this has now been removed from their
Danny Kane was involved in many murders and was authorized to receive two million
dollars from the RCMP at the time of his death.
Serious questions are being asked as to why the RCMP looked the other way when
they knew that their informant, Danny Kane, was personally involved in almost a
dozen different murders.
Recently, CTV W5 looked into another suspicious case in Kenora Ontario.
A suspect was arrested and charged with murder. Years later the charge was
stayed when another suspect surfaced. The other suspect, a police informant, the
police investigator, his uncle! The police refuse to investigate further or to
charge the cop.
Licensed to kill!
This dangerous RCMP agent was permitted to move
right in with his next victim. There were no warnings. It took years of enduring
judicial obstruction for the mother of the murder victim to find out that her
son's killer was an RCMP agent.
Another in a long line of RCMP informants to have been
implicated in murder. Once again the following stories
demonstrate the legal problems encountered by the media when
attempting to inform the public about one of these RCMP protected