McArthur was recently sentenced to life in prison for murdering eight men in Toronto’s gay village.
McArthur, who murdered eight men tied to Toronto’s gay village, will be 91 before he can apply for parole.
“This is a homophobic serial killing,” the sister of Selim Esen, one of the victims, told a Toronto court.
Prosecutors warned those in attendance that graphic and gruesome details could affect the well-being of those in the courtroom.
The former landscaper was accused of preying on men with ties to Toronto’s Gay Village.
The alleged serial killer will reportedly plead guilty Tuesday morning.
In ‘Sons of Cain,’ investigative historian Peter Vronsky argues war and economic crisis play a role in making murderers.
Toronto police say they have no reason to believe there are more victims.
The cases raise concerns about homophobia when it comes to how police deal with violence against LGBTQ people.
Toronto police find more human remains near property where alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur worked
It’s unclear whether the remains belong to one of McArthur’s eight alleged victims or someone new.
It's the same property where the remains of seven men were allegedly found in planters.
Suggesting victims who weren’t fully out of the closet lived “double lives” only further stigmatizes them, experts say.