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RCMP has accused the gunman’s spouse of providing him with ammunition that was used in the April massacre in northern Nova Scotia following the worst mass murder in Canada.
Lisa Diana Banfield, 52, of Dartmouth, was accused of having worked between. March and 18. April to have illegally transferred ammunition. James Blair Banfield, 64, from Sackville and Brian Brewster, 60, from Sackville are also charged, police said in a press release. These are the first charges brought since the investigation into the murders began.
The ammunition specifically quoted by the police was . 223 caliber Remington cartridges and . 40 caliber Smith and Wesson cartridges. RCMP investigators found that the ammunition was bought and traded in Nova Scotia.
The police also stated that, as a result of their investigation, the accused were unaware of the gunman’s actions on Jan.. and 19th. April had.
Gabriel Wortman, a 51-year-old dentist, began his murderous rampage in Portapique, N.. . S.. . on the night of the 18th. April with a common law attack on his wife.
It ended 13 hours later, on Jan.. April when police found him and killed him at a gas station in Enfield, N. S.. . , almost 100 kilometers away.
During much of this rampage, he drove an RCMP replica car and wore a Mountie uniform.
By the time it was over, he had killed 22 people in four different communities, set houses on fire and terrorized much of Colchester County.
Federal and state governments have launched a public inquiry to investigate events and police response before, during and after the killings.
The three commissioners of the committee of inquiry are expected to present an interim report in May 2022. The final report will be available in November of the same year.
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