In his first Canadian court appearance today, alleged murderer Luka Magnotta has pleaded not guilty to all counts. China is urging Canada to ensure that victim Jun Lin receives justice in the upcoming trial.
UPDATE: Montreal police say criminal charges are possible in the case of a Montreal supply teacher who showed the graphic video of murder and dismemberment to a classroom full of students. The teacher has been fired.
Jun Lin's family arrived in Montreal Tuesday night to speak with police and Concordia University officials. Lin's mother was overcome by emotion as she sobbed in mourning for her son, a Concordia student allegedly slain by Luka Magnotta.
Labatt Breweries is backing off a potential lawsuit against the Montreal Gazette. The beer maker had considered legal action against the newspaper over a photo the paper published of alleged killer Luka Rocco Magnotta holding a bottle of Labatt Blue.
Vancouver Police announced a human hand and foot were delivered to one school in the Canadian city, while another school was sent a package containing a human foot. No suspect has been identified and the investigation is ongoing.
Luka Rocco Magnotta, the suspect in the Canadian body parts case, who has been on the run for days as part of an international manhunt, has been arrested at a Berlin Internet cafe, local police have confirmed.
Police have identified a suspect wanted in connection with the discovery of a man’s torso stuffed in a suitcase in Montreal as Luka Rocco Magnotta. The torso is linked to the hand and foot mailed to the Conservative party headquarters in Ottawa.
Ottawa Police have confirmed that the foot that was delivered to the Conservative Party headquarters yesterday came from Montreal where a severed torso was discovered. Also, a severed hand was intercepted by Canada Post, and a suspect has been named.