Winnipeg trial hears search for ‘serial killer’ definition found on killer’s computer

By The Canadian Press Staff 21/05/2024 15:28 A police analyst tasked with going through the computer of a Winnipeg man who admitted to killing four women found internet searches for what it means to be a serial killer. Riley Johansson told a murder trial that he traced months of online searches on Jeremy Skibicki’s computer around the same time the four Indigenous women were slain in 2022. “My goal was to give some of this data context … to help narrow the search for any additional victims,” Johannson testified Tuesday during the third week of the trial. Skibicki, 37, has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder for the slayings of Rebecca Contois, 24; Morgan Harris, 39; Marcedes Myran, 26; and an unidentified woman Indigenous leaders have named Mashkode Bizhiki’ikwe, or…

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