Bruce McArthur has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years. He was given eight life sentences to be served concurrently after admitting to killing eight men.
Superior Court Justice John McMahon said at a sentencing hearing today he does not believe MacArthur will ever be released, after the 67-year-old man showed no remorse for his crime.
A judge will decide the fate of Toronto serial killer Bruce McArthur on Friday
The Crown yesterday asked the court to sentence McArthur to 50 years in prison (two consecutive sentences) before he could apply for parole. The
McArthur would not be eligible for parole until he was 116.
Court also heard yesterday of the steel rod and rope used to strangle eight victims and of gruesome pictures taken of them, unconscious and posed with items such as fur coats, hats
There were two key pieces of evidence that led police to McArthur.
The name Bruce was written on a calendar inside the apartment of McArthur’s final victim Andrew Kinsmen the day he went missing.
Police also found video surveillance from around Kinsmen’s
McArthur has pleaded guilty to the murders of eight men from Toronto’s Gay Village.
A guilty plea from Bruce McArthur.
The 67-year-old self-employed landscaper charged with the
Each charge carries an automatic life sentence.