OPP investigates the links between two escort workers’ deaths
The Ontario Police probes a link between the assassination of escort-trade worker L. Freeman and the evoking suspicions death of ex-escort K. Freeland. The cases have similarities, starting from the lifestyles of the women to their names and similar appearance.
“The most mysterious part is that escort called Kera had left to work as an escort girl just a month before. The deaths raised concerns the escort trade workers. When friends and family were told about the possible link between the victims death they expressed an opinion that maybe it is the work of the serial killer.
Nobody deserves such a death. He had killed the weak, heartbroken, hurting small girl. He had no idea what she had lived through.” D. Freeland, who adopted Kera, told that when she had learned about the Freeman’s murder, she at once thought about the connection.“Most probably, it is the serial killer,” she admitted, observing the “parallels.” J. Dubeulbeiss, Freeland’s friend, told that she was struck by the “strange” similarities. The murder of Leanne Freeman innerved with the public, and many readers of the newspaper Star have written asking how they can possibly help.