Myles Sanderson was the only killer in Canada mass stabbings, and his brother was a victim, police say
Police believe it was a “gangland” operation
His brother was killed in a “deliberate execution-style” attack
The brother and ex-husband was charged with the slayings
The two men have their own stories.
I have never been a part of a gang, and my brother’s story doesn’t include one.
I was the one who was chosen because he was smart and respected by my friends, so I decided I would become a detective because I valued respect.
I was one of the first people in this country who went to prison for a crime, which was something my father never did. He lived in Canada.
What would I have done if I had been in his place? I would have wanted to go to prison. I would have wanted to go to prison. In fact, I would have killed myself.
My brothers and I would have killed ourselves in prison.
My parents were the ones who killed my brother. The day my brothers and I were arrested, my father called from Quebec City and told my mother that he had the brother of a friend in the United States, and he asked her to get in touch with him, and he would bring the brother to Canada. She said she’d try, but my brother had been deported and wouldn’t be coming to Canada.
Within a couple of days of his arrival in the United States, his brother was killed, and my father confessed to him that he was going to kill my brother. He did, and then he did it again. That’s when the police came into the picture and arrested the brother, and we went to jail with them. My parents went on trial and were convicted, and my father was sent to prison. The brother’s case is still open. He will die in his cell, and we will all die in here.
When my brother was killed, my parents’ lawyer gave me the news. I thought it would be a death sentence, so I went to see my parents in Quebec City and told them that I was going to go away for a while because I wanted to see my brother alive.
My family was living in Nova Scotia, but we moved to the United States and then I went to prison. I was in prison