Myles Sanderson was the only killer in Canada mass stabbings, and his brother was a victim, police say
TORONTO – On Sunday night, a home in Toronto’s Woodbine neighbourhood was filled with an eerie, silent silence. As in most houses on the quiet street, it was a long-term tenant, and the family was there with their four young children.
But when police arrived, they found a young man dead in his house. Toronto police Const. David Hopkinson confirmed that it was a young man but his name was not being released. Police say they have not determined his cause of death, but say he had been stabbed repeatedly.
Toronto police arrested Myles Sanderson — 23, of Toronto, Ont. — on Sunday night at Pearson International Airport in Toronto, only 25 minutes after he landed from Africa. His name will be officially released Wednesday.
In November, he was sentenced to 18 months in prison for a violent sex assault.
This is where that police came upon the horror.
Sanderson’s murder will be a chilling reminder of the power of the Internet in terrorizing young men with images of violence and death.
A young man who was at the centre of Toronto’s most horrific terrorist attack is now a murder suspect.
Myles Sanderson, 23, was arrested by police on Sunday night at the airport. He is described as a white man, 6-feet-tall, 160 pounds and bald, with green eyes and brown hair.
Police say his car had been left running on an asphalt driveway, and they believe he followed the family home to the house. He stabbed his brother, a young man who was staying there, to death.
It was the same night. The other incidents are in a different order.
Myles Sanderson was caught in the act of making a video that included a video of his brother being stabbed to death.
On Oct. 29, a lone man attacked and stabbed another young man in Woodbine