Innisfail Bombing: The Murder of Vicky Shachtay
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Episode 214: On November 25, 2011, neighbours around the four-plex at 51st Avenue and 47th Street in the town of Innisfail, Alberta heard a bang which shook their homes. Some said sounded like a gunshot, others said it sounded like someone dropping a heavy pile of wood. The dining room window of one the corner suites had been blown outward, glass was strewn throughout the yard. Police were called to the scene by a bystander inside the home and found a horrific scene. The home was full of smoke and debris. There at the dining room table, still in her wheelchair, first responders discovered the body of 23-year-old, Victoria (Vicky) Shachtay who’d died in what appeared to have been an explosion. Sources: Innisfail | The Canadian Encyclopedia R v Malley, 2015 ABCA 213 (CanLII), R v Malley, 2017 ABCA 186 (CanLII), Malley (Re), 2014 IIROC 10 (CanLII), Malley (Re), 2014 IIROC 29 (CanLII), Blast that killed Vicky Shachtay was a ‘targeted attack’: police | National Post Stepfather told victim not to open Christmas gift that turned out to be bomb | CTV News Friends, family gather to remember Vicky Shachtay - MountainviewToday.ca Disabled woman killed by parcel bomb — YouTube A defining case | Royal Canadian Mounted Police Bombing suspect arrested, police hold conference — YouTube Brian Malley loses last appeal chance - MountainviewToday.ca Pipe bomb - Wikipedia The pipe bomb: a modern terrorist weapon - PubMed GUILTY - Canada - Vicky Shachtay, 23, paraplegic, killed by bomb, Innisfail, AB, 25 Nov 2011 Financial advisor found guilty in blast that killed disabled woman — macleans.ca Bomb that killed paraplegic Innisfail mom Vicky Shachtay disguised to look like Christmas presents, Red Deer court told | Edmonton Sun Friends, family gather to remember Vicky Shachtay - MountainviewToday.ca Charges laid in bombing murder of Vicky Shachtay - MountainviewToday.ca Victoria Shachtay’s caregiver testifies about moments before fatal explosion Mysterious package killed Alberta mother | CBC News Canada ‘extremely lucky’ to face few bomb threats, attacks: RCMP - iPolitics Presentation to Finance Committee Re: Disability Tax Credit Regarding Bill C-462 | Council of Canadians with Disabilities Vicky Shachtay’s step-dad issues statement about her murder | CTV News Investment Executive: Brian Malley Articles Global News: Victoria Shachtay | News, Videos & Articles Red Deer Advocate: Vicky Shacktay Articles Victoria-Shachtay | National Post Unsolved Murders. Help us solve a crime today. Home http://www.unsolvedcrimes.ca A machinist in rural Ontario flipped the switch on a flashlight that arrived in the mail. Then it exploded | The Star 16 years later, police still don’t know who killed Paavo Henttonen | News | toronto.com Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/darkpoutine See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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