We always say terrorism has no faith nor race. It must be treated through UN.
Canadian police find 8 bodies, launch murder probe
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian police launched a full-scale murder investigation on Saturday after a resident found eight bodies in a cornfield in rural southwest Ontario.
Constable Doug Graham, from the Ontario Provincial Police, said the victims, all white men, were found on Saturday morning in or near three cars and a tow truck abandoned on the field or the dirt road beside it.
He declined to give information on who the victims were or how they died. "It’s a pretty isolated area. It doesn’t get much traffic, especially after dark," he said.
Early media reports said the men had been shot, but police could not confirm this, saying only that it was an isolated incident and local residents should not be frightened. Canada has strict gun controls, and gun crime is relatively rare outside major cities.
Graham said police were at a very early stage in the investigation of the murders, which took place in a rural community about half way between Toronto and Detroit.