McArthur, who murdered eight men tied to Toronto’s gay village, will be 91 before he can apply for parole.
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.
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Suggesting victims who weren’t fully out of the closet lived “double lives” only further stigmatizes them, experts say.
McArthur, a heavy user of gay hookup apps, is accused of killing at least eight men.
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Experts weighed in on what burial patterns and alleged sexual relationships tell us about McArthur.
Toronto police believe Bruce McArthur killed five men and dumped their remains in planters at job sites where he worked as a landscaper.