Monday, May 21, 2007

Who Killed Glen Davis?

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Police in Toronto say someone targeted and killed millionaire philanthropist and nature conservationist Glen Davis on Friday - and that he had been attacked before, by a man with a baseball bat, in December 2005 - but refused to say speculate on motives in either case or to even link the two attacks.

The assault remains unsolved, but police said they will reopen the file and reinvestigate to see if the two events are linked.

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The man in this photo is "a person of interest" in the case; he is described as a white male in his late 20s. Mr. Davis was killed at around 2 PM in a parking structure near Eglinton Ave. E. and Mount Pleasant Rd. Any information regarding this case should be directed to the police department or Crimestoppers.
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2 comments:

Seumas Gagne said...

Do you think he was murdered by business interests that have been thwarted by his environmental efforts? Who has he thwarted recently?

michael sean morris said...

If the police know, they ain't saying. As wealthy as he was, the guy was a recluse.