This is Murrin's alibi and
his account of what took place, written by Kathy MacDonald.
Murrin's Injustice Buster site.
Afterwards, following the publishing of this site, Murrin's girlfriend
Kathy MacDonald, contacted the internet publisher of their story asking for
it to removed from the website.
of e-mail confirmation
MacDonald had unknowingly provided proof of Murrin's guilt by naming Murrin's main alibi witnesses.
She herself calls them credible. She seems to be unaware that Murrin had been identified as the
suspect carrying the suitcase by people who knew him. She names these people as
Murrin's main alibi witnesses but fails to mention that they also testified that
Murrin was carrying a suitcase with him on that night.
Quote"There was still no evidence against Shannon Murrin except the alleged
Confession Letter. Shannon still had alibi from Alfred Nelson, Charles Olivier,
and Richard Billings"
These people knew
Murrin and had no doubt about who it was they saw. MacDonald completely avoids
mentioning this fact in her account as she attempts to exonerate Murrin. This information is found in the
following court document.
It is questioned whether the original testimony from these witnesses had even been made known to the jury during the trial, and if it was, why
MacDonald has now omitted this important detail from her account. These witnesses had
definitely testified to seeing Murrin with a suitcase in earlier testimony.
see quote from court document-
In her zeal to demonstrate her new boyfriend's innocence, Kathy MacDonald
diligently searched through freedom of information
reports and found reports of an undisclosed suspicious vehicle being seen in the area
abduction. So, in another bizarre twist of fate, MacDonald believing that she had found
the evidence of
murder suspect being concealed by the RCMP, then published the evidence. What she did not
know was that there was a person who had been claiming all along that he was a
witness and that reports of his vehicle were missing and being concealed.
see- the freedom of
information vehicle report
quote from freedom of information report: Forty-five minutes after
Mindy disappeared police received an anonymous call about a man in a vehicle
cruising around Mindy's neighborhood trying to entice children with candy.
Unfortunately the license number was written down wrong and it wasn't until days
later that police realized they had the wrong license number.
The suspect seen carrying the suitcase
is suspected of
making this anonymous call in order to divert suspicion away from himself and
onto the witness whom he knew had followed him. The caller
attempted to implicate the
driver of this vehicle as a suspect in Mindy's abduction. The person seen carrying the suitcase
knew that this vehicle had just followed him to his destination! The
driver of this vehicle believes that it was Murrin with the
see witness statement
Murrin is still attempting to allege that the driver of this
vehicle should be investigated as a murder suspect. The driver has
identified himself, provided an explanation for his presence, has
irrefutable proof that he could not be the killer, is requesting to be
"officially" recognized as a witness, and, for the RCMP to
investigate the new information provided in regard to the "undisclosed
residence" where the suitcase carrying suspect returned to.
see- new witness