‘Buckets of tears’: The four women who died at the hands of a Winnipeg serial killer

The Canadian Press  11/07/2024 04:00 Jeremy Skibicki admitted to police that he killed four women in Winnipeg in 2022. Court heard he targeted them at homeless shelters. A judge was set to rule Thursday whether Skibicki is guilty of first-degree murder or not criminally responsible due to a mental illness. Here is a look at the victims: Rebecca Contois Rebecca Contois, 24, lived in Winnipeg but was a member of O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi First Nation, also known as Crane River. She had a daughter. Court heard that in May 2022 a man looking for scrap metal found her partial remains in a dumpster in Skibicki’s neighbourhood. More of her remains were discovered the following month at a city-run landfill. Her family later said in a statement that the discovery was incredibly difficult….

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