Suspected homicide in Wadena, Saskat...

Suspected homicide in Wadena, Saskatchwan.

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Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 May 12, 2012
The Wadena RCMP report that Sunday afternoon April 29th at 1:45pm the body of Beverly Ann Cyr was located in a body of water just South of Wadena, SK.

Cyr was located down stream approximately 6km from where her vehicle had been discovered completely submerged on Thursday afternoon.

The Wadena RCMP, along with the RCMP underwater recovery team, and local volunteers from the area have been looking for CYR since she was missing.

Keep in mind Wadena has a population of less than 1,500. While it is not confirmed, homicide is believed to be the cause. If this is the case it is the equivalent of about 500 homicides in Winnipeg. Winnipeg's all-time record is 38. So if you think small towns are safer, think again.

 
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 May 12, 2012
According to Lorne Burgerton, a long-time Wadena resident, "everyone knows when everyone else in town takes a piss", yet no one seems to know the circumstances of Ms. Cyr's death. This is very, very strange. Is there a culture of fear in Wadena-Yellow Quill, such as that which existed in the pre 1960's Deep South?
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 May 12, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
Suspected homicide? The woman drove her car into the river and drowned. No homicide. It's may 12th this happened at the end of April. They would have released cause of death by now if she was murdered you twit!
There's a culture of fear there and an ol' boys network. I don't believe it was a drowning and that is not confirmed. We all know how aboriginal peoples are treated in Sask. In Saskatoon, they drive natives outside of the city when it's -40C and then drop them off and take their coat. Barbarians.
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 May 12, 2012
And if you are correct, and it is "explained away" as a drowning, why are aboriginal women driving into rivers and drowning themselves? Just how exactly are the more marginalized people treated there? Doesn't sound like a very caring community to me. Sounds very much like Mississippi circa 1928.
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#9 May 12, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
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so your saying because she was native, this has to be murder and its going to be swept under the rug? im not even going to continue you on with you. You are nuts! Go enjoy your feces!
You are a gross pig. There's something fishy about this. You are being very evasive.
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 May 12, 2012
I think another police force, perhaps even one from another province should take over the investigation. There's too much of a culture of fear and silence in Yellow Quill-Wadena.
Marklar

Montréal, Canada

#12 May 13, 2012
Where in the hell is Wadena?
Marklar

Montréal, Canada

#15 May 13, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
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north east Saskatchewan small town of about 1500 people. This lunatic Anon is trying to convince somebody (not sure who) that there is more violent crime per capita in my town of 1500 than there is in Winnipeg. 1 "suspected" homicide as Anon puts it and Wadena is murderville. The lady drove into the water and drowned, possibly trying to escape from her car. But Anon says its automatically murder because she was a native woman and apparently we all act like the lynch mobs of 1950's Mississippi up here in Wadena.
Oh. Thanks. Don't know much about Sask. All I remember is a small town called Esterhazy (hope I spelled that correctly).
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#16 May 13, 2012
1 murder in Wadena = 500 in Winnipeg. What a violent, scary and backwards place. Everyone knows when everyone takes a piss, but no one knows what happened to a dead native woman, poor soul. What an awful, awful town. You should be ashamed of yourself.
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#17 May 13, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
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north east Saskatchewan small town of about 1500 people. This lunatic Anon is trying to convince somebody (not sure who) that there is more violent crime per capita in my town of 1500 than there is in Winnipeg. 1 "suspected" homicide as Anon puts it and Wadena is murderville. The lady drove into the water and drowned, possibly trying to escape from her car. But Anon says its automatically murder because she was a native woman and apparently we all act like the lynch mobs of 1950's Mississippi up here in Wadena.
Clearly a culture of fear and silence. And what about dropping people off in -40C weather and taking their coats? Can I get a comment besides redneck and hateful Lorne, please?
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#20 May 13, 2012
Lorne Burgerton = fat, ugly, redneck, hillbilly, violent, misogynist, pig.
Marklar

Montréal, Canada

#21 May 13, 2012
Tabarnak.
Marklar

Montréal, Canada

#24 May 13, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
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Esterhazy is correct. Quite close to the Manitoba border. As a matter of fact Im working just outside Esterhazy this week at the 2 potash mines that are just outside the town.
I had relatives in those parts many many moons ago. I have fond memories of the Red River valley and the beautiful untouched (and practically uninhabited) nature back in those times. My folks used to pile us kids into the cars and do well over 80 MPH around the hills late at night. The Red River Ex was a joke in comparison lol.
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#25 May 13, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
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Exactly. Anon has really fallen off the rocker trying to defend the trash dump that is MURDERPEG!
Well you'd better tell Michelin Guides about that. Winnipeg, along with Halifax, Quebec Cty, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver were the only cities in Canada that received three stars.
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#26 May 13, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
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Esterhazy is correct. Quite close to the Manitoba border. As a matter of fact Im working just outside Esterhazy this week at the 2 potash mines that are just outside the town.
Potash mine, what an enlightening job. Do us a favour, read a book and then maybe come back and make an educated post.
unknown

Waterloo, Canada

#27 May 13, 2012
I absolutely disagree with all comments made by Lorne you couldn't be more wrong in every sense I agree with Anon's point of view on this
Reggie

Winnipeg, Canada

#28 May 13, 2012
Marklar wrote:
<quoted text>I had relatives in those parts many many moons ago. I have fond memories of the Red River valley and the beautiful untouched (and practically uninhabited) nature back in those times. My folks used to pile us kids into the cars and do well over 80 MPH around the hills late at night. The Red River Ex was a joke in comparison lol.
Your family sounds like hillbilly native trash. I bet you guys took baths in the Red River too.
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#32 May 13, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
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Oh, but according to you, Montreal is the worst city in Canada. So either you or your guide is wrong. Which one dumfuk? I know it's you!
Did I ever say that? I quoted some economic stats, but if you could read you might see that I always said that I like Montreal. There's always night school in Saskatoon.
Reggie

Winnipeg, Canada

#33 May 13, 2012
••BREAKING NEWS!••
Lorne Burgerton was caught riding the short bus to special school in Saskatchewan. He's also obese as f#%k and wears sweats everywhere. Time for the Atkins diet, Lorne.
Anon

Winnipeg, Canada

#34 May 13, 2012
Lorne Burgerton wrote:
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I don't work for the mine you dumfuk! I said I was working at the mine. You really are quite a piece of chit you know that? A bitch like you couldn't handle the work I do
I'd bet anyone with a grade seven education can handle the work that you do. Working at a mine is nothing special and nothing that requires any special skills.

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