Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Case of Alleged Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Put over to May 23

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Case of Alleged Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Put over to May 23

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Bruce McArthur case put over to May 23

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TORONTO - Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur had his case put over until May 23 after a brief court appearance in Toronto on Wednesday.

McArthur, a 66-year-old self-employed landscaper, faces eight counts of first-degree murder in connection with the disappearances of several men, most of whom had ties to Toronto's gay village.

Crown Michael Cantlon told the court his office would have more evidence to turn over to the defence before the next court appearance.

Police have found the dismembered remains of at least seven people in large planters at the home of one of McArthur's clients.

McArthur, appearing in court by video from a Toronto jail, was unshaven and dressed in an orange jumpsuit, his white hair cropped close to his head. …

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