Friday, May 11, 2012 | Categories: Episodes
*Tamil Canadian Murdered: A leader of the Tamil-Canadian community tells us what he know about the murder of Anthonypillai Mahendrarajah, last week in Sri Lanka.
*Picasso Print: Thriftstore hunter Zachary Bodish stumbled upon a signed Picasso Print at his local thrift store, paid $14 for it, and resold it for $7,000.
*Forest Ethics Report: Forest Ethics finds that over two thirds of oil sands production is owned by foreign companies.
*FTR: Moose Accident: It wasn't good for the moose, but somehow she got to Gander. This week, Michelle Higgins struck a moose with her car. She has no recollection of the collision -- nor of how she managed to drive her almost-destroyed car 40 more kilometres to get to work.
*Death Row Inmate: Scott Kauffman is continuing to push to clear convicted killer Dennis Lawley's name -- even though his client died of natural causes on death row in March.
*Brown Tree Snakes: Poisoned mice fitted with parachutes are being used to combat the out-of-control population of brown tree snakes on the island nation of Guam.