HR consultant to be charged with triple homicide

HR consultant Ian Bush is expected to be charged with triple homicide in connection to a previously unsolved case from 2007.

HR consultant to be charged with triple homicide
HR consultant Ian Bush is expected to be charged with triple homicide in connection to a previously unsolved case from 2007.

The Ottawa man shocked the nation late last year when he allegedly attacked 101-year-old veteran Ernest Côté but it appears the appalling crime may not have been his worst.

Now, Bush has been linked to an infamous unsolved murder involving a retired judge, his wife and a neighbour.

Sources revealed DNA evidence had been found at the scene of the 2007 slayings of Alban Garon, Raymonde Garon and Marie-Claire Beniskos which could be linked to Bush following his cowardly attack on Côté.

The three murder victims are reported to have been found with bags over their heads – something survivor Côté said was also done to him.

59-year-old Bush was already in custody on a bevy of charges related to his December attack on veteran Côté, including attempted murder, robbery and forcible confinement.
 

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