One year to the day when Bruce McArthur was arrested we hear from the LGBTQ community

Metro Morning

One year ago today, Bruce McArthur was arrested. At the time, the former landscaper was charged in the death of two missing men, both part of Toronto's LGBTQ community. It came as a relief to many people who wondered what was going on in their neighbourhood. But the news also unleashed anger towards the Police for not having made arrests sooner. Haran Vijayanathan helped arrange funding for the funerals of many of the victims. And James Dubro is a crime writer, a former police liaison for the gay community and a long-time resident of the Village.

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