The father of one of the suspects who has incited a nationwide manhunt in Canada following the death of an American, her Australian friend and a third husband, said Wednesday he expects the search to end with the death of his son as former classmates will have revealed that he has made disturbing statements at school in the past.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced Wednesday that 19-year-old Kam McLeod and 18-year-old Bryer Schmegelsky were charged with the death of Leonard Dyck on second-degree murder on July 19 in Dease Lake, British Columbia found dead. A burned-out vehicle recovered Monday in remote Gillam, Manitoba, more than 2,000 miles from the region where the killings took place in British Columbia, was contacted by suspects on Wednesday Gillam area. The police will be more present in the community, "said the RCMP." We also set up an information stop at the intersection of PR 280 and PR 290, the road that leads to Gillam. "
THIRD PERSON KNOWING THROUGH MISSING CANADIAN MEN IS KILLED, MANHUNT GROWS
Schmegelsky's father Alan Schmegelsky said in an emotional interview on Wednesday with the Canadian press that his son has problematic education and "very severe pain." The 1
"A normal child does not travel through the country to kill people, a child with very severe pain," Schmegelsky told Canadian Press, adding that he reckons that his son would die in a confrontation with the police.
"He's on a suicide mission, he wants his pain to end," he said, bursting into tears. "Basically, he'll be dead today or tomorrow, I know that, peace of mind, Bryer, I love you, I'm so sorry it all had to happen."
The father said he and his wife separated when their son was 5 years old. She moved with the boy to the small community Vancouver Iceland in Port Alberni, where he met McLeod. They attended the same elementary school and quickly became inseparable best friends who never got into trouble.
But the older Schmegelsky described his son as someone who had problems at home. After moving briefly to Victoria to live with him, Alan Schmegelsky said the boy had returned to Port Alberni to live with his grandmother's job. He told his father that he would go to Alberta with McLeod to look for work. Even if his son is caught by the police, Alan Schmegelsky said his life would be over.
"He wants his injury to end," he told the Canadian press. "You will go out in a glory of glory, trust me on this point."
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Former classmates of Schmegelsky said he was worried about murder and suicide at school.
"I do not want to be rude, but he was a weird boy," Madison Hempsted told Global News. "He did not really talk to anyone, he was great in himself, but when he talked to people, the things he said were kind of scary, all he ever said to me was how he wanted to kill me and how He would do it. "
Another former classmate who refused to give his name described Schmegelsky in the newsroom as an" angry child. " Hempsted, who said she thought he was kidding and never took his words seriously, said Schmegelsky would discuss more cruel situations.
"[Schmegelsky] would say things about how he would cut off our heads and then take a gun and put it in his mouth and shoot himself in front of us," she told Global News. "Quite detailed footage."  Kam McLeod (19) and Bryer Schmegelsky (18) and a Toyota RAV4 SUV surveillance camera images will be exhibited on Tuesday before a Royal Canadian Mounted Police press conference in Surrey, British Columbia, July 23, 2019. “/>