McArthur, who murdered eight men tied to Toronto’s gay village, will be 91 before he can apply for parole.
Toronto police say they have no reason to believe there are more victims.
Suggesting victims who weren’t fully out of the closet lived “double lives” only further stigmatizes them, experts say.
Police have charged McArthur with an additional count of first-degree murder in the death of Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam.
More details, including possible new criminal charges, will be released once the man’s family is notified.
Warning, this post contains disturbing content: Police circulate photo of an unidentified man, asking for the public’s help in establishing his identity.
McArthur is facing a new murder charge in the death of Skandaraj Navaratnam, who was last seen near Toronto’s gay village in 2010.
Some of the body parts recovered from planters at the home belonged to Andrew Kinsman, police confirmed
Toronto police believe Bruce McArthur killed five men and dumped their remains in planters at job sites where he worked as a landscaper.
We spoke to a Robert Pickton investigator about police bias when marginalized people go missing.
Toronto Police have also found skeletal remains inside large planters where Bruce McArthur may have worked
Todd McArthur, the accused killer’s son, has a history of criminally harassing women and making indecent phone calls