How to spot the truth in the latest national crime story

The next time you’re reading about the latest murder in Canada, remember that not all murders are committed in Canada.

There’s always a chance that the victim or killers may be Canadian.

That’s what happened to 19-year-old Michael D’Esposito, who was shot to death in his home in Toronto in November, and a new murder investigation in Winnipeg that’s prompted a flurry of headlines about serial killers.

The Canadian Press spoke to investigators and criminologists who are tracking the serial killers who are also being investigated in the U.S. What we found is that serial killers have very little to do with Canada, as far as the public knows.

And the reason why is simple: the perpetrators don’t live here.

What you might think is that Canada has the most sophisticated criminal justice system in the world.

In fact, there are some very strong measures in place to prevent repeat offenders from reoffending, according to a report released Tuesday by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics.

But when it comes to the crimes of serial killers, it’s not that simple.

The killers in Canada are a relatively small number of people.

Canada’s population of 1.3 million is almost double the U,S.

population of about 6.7 million.

And while Canada is home to some of the world’s most advanced police forces, the national crime rate is much lower than the U., even in the face of a major international terror attack.

So if you’re wondering how a serial killer could have a Canadian connection, it doesn’t have to be about Canada, says forensic criminologist John Lutz.

Lutz is one of a handful of investigators who have dedicated their careers to the investigation of serial killings in Canada and the U-S.

The research shows that there are no obvious links between the perpetrators of serial crimes in Canada or the perpetrators in the United States.

What about the theory that serial killings are being perpetrated by a small, privileged, wealthy minority?

In Canada, a growing number of police forces are reporting serial killers are being killed as a result of a culture of privilege, says criminology professor Richard Koster.

The fact that a large number of Canadians are being targeted for murder is an alarming fact, and we should all be very concerned about the extent to which our society is willing to tolerate it, says Koster, who has been researching serial killings for decades.

“The fact that so many Canadians are targeted for their ability to support themselves in their own country is a very serious issue.”

A small number, however, have a much larger impact on society than the rest of us, Koster says.

According to his findings, the majority of serial murderers in Canada were either black, aboriginal, white or both, he says.

“There are only a very small number that are from a minority background.”

In the U.-S., police departments have been able to track down a handful, Kuster says.

They’re usually young, and in many cases, they’re young, white and from relatively affluent families.

In some cases, serial killers also appear to be white.

It doesn’t matter where you live in Canada: If you’re a serial offender, it makes a difference whether you’re from a wealthier, more educated background, or someone who was less privileged, he adds.

And if you commit a serial murder, the consequences can be serious, Koster says.

In the case of the D’esposito killing, it was reported that Michael was the son of an acquaintance who had killed a man in a nearby park.

Michael was 15 years old, but he had a criminal record that included a violent assault.

Police were also told that he had recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, but the cause of death was never made public.

Michael had spent the summer of 2014 living with friends in a rented house in a wealthy suburb of Toronto.

Police say that when he left home for the summer, he began abusing his friends, including D’Este, who had just moved to Winnipeg from Toronto to start a new life.

According a CBC report published last month, D’Éste was found to have an extensive criminal history, including four previous arrests for assault, and multiple convictions for drug possession.

Police believe D’Estes was planning to kill himself when he died.

Investigators also say D’Esses was the target of a drug deal gone wrong.

D’ESPOSITO’S CASE The first person Michael killed in his apartment was his roommate, 17-year old Michael Della, who is now serving a life sentence.

Della was found dead in his bedroom with a gunshot wound to the head, the Canadian Press reported.

A police report found Della’s body with a large amount of marijuana and Xanax in his possession.

A few hours later, the victim’s body was found in the living room of a nearby apartment building.

Police believed the