Friday, October 4, 2013


Day Four, Thursday Oct 3rd, 2013 in the Surrey Six Murder trial is accounted by journalist Kim Bolan in an article entitled, 'Landlord inspected 1505 six days before the Surrey Six murders'. The suite was a rental and prosecution submits it was a stash house for a drug gang.

She writes: The owner of suite 1505 in Surrey’s Balmoral Tower testified Thursday that he kicked out a suspected drug dealer but then let the tenant’s friend and her boyfriend move in. Ceasar Tiojanco told Justice Catherine Wedge that he evicted tenant Sean Corbett in early 2007 after the building managers told him Corbett had a grow-op in another apartment. “Since the manager notified me about the involvement in illegal activity, I told him he has to move out,” Tiojanco testified on day four of the Surrey Six murder trial. “And then he introduced me to Desiree who he said is a good person and would be good to take over the tenancy and I agreed.” Six people, including innocent bystanders Ed Schellenberg and Chris Mohan, were shot to death in Tiojanco’s suite on Oct. 19, 2007."


  1. Ron, I appreciate the link to Kim Bolan's reporting. I wonder if you have read her book, "Loss of Faith: how the Air India bombers got away with murder?" I read it aloud while Ken and I were on a road trip a few years ago. She is an outstanding reporter. The report (the book), is a disturbing revelation of the bungling of the Canadian legal system. I recommend it.

    1. Thanks for the lead Leona. I will look for it. I have appreciated her writing style.


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