A Canadian with a Gun catches a horrible criminal
The manhunt is over for a father accused of killing his three young children in British Columbia.
Allan Dwayne Schoenborn, 40, was “almost dead” when a trapper found him Wednesday morning in the woods outside of Merritt, a small town in the province’s Interior.
Allan Dwayne Schoenborn, the prime suspect in the slayings of his three children in Merritt, B.C., has been found.
Photograph by : Handout
Kim Robinson, 51, had been hunting Schoenborn — the prime suspect in the killings of Kaitlynne, 10, Max, 8, and Cordon, 5 — for two to three hours every day since the murders. . . .
Russ Walsh, who sent me the story, wrote:
For the past two weeks scores of Canadian policemen with helicopters, infra-red detectors, dogs, armored personnel carriers, and other high tech gadgetry have been hunting a deranged man who killed his three children. They failed. He was found by a local trapper who, with his dog and his gun, went out by himself for 2 or 3 hours every day, meticulously tracking the suspect. And he found him and delivered him to the police. The news story below doesn't adequately express the disgust everyone has with the police and how elated people are that a man with his gun did what dozens of mounties with helicopters couldn't. It has really elevated gun ownership here, despite Canada's Stalinist policies against guns of every kind, including fake ones.