Miles Sanderson, wanted for stabbing ten people to death in a Canadian province between September 4 and 5, was arrested and died hours later. The same fate as his brother Damien, who died soon after the assassination. What happened in Saskatchewan will live long in the memory of Canadian citizens. They knocked from house to house: so the two killers carried out their murders, according to police reports. Brothers Damian and Miles Sanderson stabbed at least 28 people, ten of whom died. The mechanics of the massacre, experts say, are known to both their victims, even if someone is stabbed at random, according to the police. Both Sanderson brothers drove away in a black Nissan Rogue. Hours later, Damier was found dead again from stab wounds. His brother Miles, the second wanted man, followed his fate a few days later.
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This happened as thousands of fans flocked to Regina for the traditional (and sold out) Labor Day football game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The warning was originally issued only in Saskatchewan, but was later extended to neighboring Alberta and Manitoba.
At least 13 locations were raided
The attacks occurred in at least 13 different locations, most notably between the James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon, prompting local communities to declare a state of emergency. According to investigators, some victims appear to have been shot at random, others intentionally. Rescuers described gruesome scenes. “What happened in our province today is appalling,” said Rhonda Blackmore, assistant commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Trudeau: Terrible and shocking attacks
The voice of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau immediately made itself heard: “Terrible and shocking” he defined the attacks, expressing his closeness to those who lost a loved one and those who were injured.
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