One of two suspects in Sunday’s attack in Canada of serial knife attacks was found dead in one of the communities where the murders took placeCanadian police announced Monday.
The body of Damien Sanderson, 31, had “obvious injuries”. Found in the James Smith Cree Nason community.
The other suspect, his brother Miles Sanderson, 30, is at large and is believed to have also been injured, police also announced during a press conference.
The two white brothers are being prosecuted for the murders of ten people and the injuries of 19 others in two remote communities in central Canada where the majority of aboriginals live.
According to Rhonda Blackmore, his deputy director of the royal police force CanadaMiles Sanderson may need a doctor.
“Hundreds” of police are involved in the search to locate and arrest him in three provinces (Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba).
Sunday’s attacks in the province of Saskatchewan were among the deadliest in Canada’s modern history, as reported by international agencies and relayed by the Athens News Agency.
Among the first victims named by Canadian authorities were a mother of two, a 77-year-old widow, a 14-year-old boy and a member of the first aid services.
According to authorities, some of the victims were allegedly targeted by the two suspects, while others were attacked apparently at random.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau yesterday criticized the fact that attacks like Sunday’s have become “too common” in the country.
Source: News Beast