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Bodies found in Canada believed to be fugitives | USA TODAY

Manhunt may be over as Canadian police find two bodies believed to be murderous teens

Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky were wanted in three killings in British Columbia and the subjects of an intense manhunt in the rugged wilderness.

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  1. Sardines and half-eaten pork chops. Why is it always meat-eaters who commit these types of crimes? I never hear about vegans going on killing sprees. Perhaps the lack of compassion for animals is part and parcel of their lack of compassion for humans? They just don't have compassion for anything? They liked to play hunting video games, after all.

  2. Hallelujah! They were obviously a couple.

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  4. Canada will not tell the world how they died. They still not have informed the public why 7 refugee kids died in a house fire in Halifax earlier this year while their 2 parents survived it. Nothing..no news ever for some strange reason. And they will not likely give any answers on the fugitive deaths either.

  5. To bad they didn't die in shoot out like cowards, but better then nothing.

  6. Why did God let this killing spree happen?? 😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞

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