Jun Lin’s folks go public
Jun Lin’s parents went public Monday in an interview by the CBC’s Mark Kelley and saying they want to try to stay here through the trial, which won’t begin till March 2013. The Globe and Mail says in a coda there will be a public memorial this Saturday.
Concordia is still collecting donations for the family.
Less prominent in the news, but relevant, is a story from a New York lawyer that Luka Magnotta came to see him last year with lurid stories about sex abuses he had endured. Given Magnotta’s evident tendency to confabulate – based on his websites – it’s not clear whether this lawyer’s testimony will play any part in the trial.