Carol King - From Missing to Murdered (SK)
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Episode 108 - On August 6, 2011, Carol Nora King went missing from her home in the tiny village of Herschel, Saskatchewan. That same day she was to make an official statement to Rosetown, SK., about ongoing harassment and stalking she had been suffering at the hands of her former boyfriend, Joseph 'David" Caissie. King was found dead in an abandoned farmyard three weeks later, but it was not until an undercover RCMP sting, 5 years later, that her killer was finally caught.  Come see us at CrimeCon in Orlando from May 1-3, 2020. Use POUTINE2020 when buying your tickets. Sources and further reading: R. v Caissie, 2018 SKQB 279 (CanLII), R v Caissie, 2019 SKQB 3 (CanLII), [Closing arguments at David Caissie murder trial focus on reliability | Saskatoon StarPhoenix] [Watch: A timeline of the Joseph ‘David’ Caissie trial | The Province] [Joseph ‘David’ Caissie appeals 1st-degree murder conviction in Carol King’s death - Saskatoon |] [Joseph ‘David’ Caissie guilty of killing Carol King in 2011 - Saskatoon |] [How do Mr. Big sting operations work - Saskatoon |] [Conflicting testimony at Joseph ‘David’ Caissie’s murder trial | Country 104] [Mr. Big sting admissibility ruling to come down in Joseph ‘David’ Caissie’s murder trial | Country 105] [‘She feared for her life’: sister details events leading up to Carol King’s death  |] [‘Everywhere we went he was behind us’: Accused murderer harassed Carol King month before she died, sister says  | CTV  News] [Carol King Obituary - Herschel, Saskatchewan |] [R v B (KG) - Wikipedia]  [KGB Statement - Recanting domestic assault charges] Support the show.
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