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Father of suspected B.C. killer seeks access to video taken before son s death

Father of suspected B.C. killer seeks access to video taken before son s death
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VANCOUVER -- The father of a suspected killer of three people in northern British Columbia is trying to access a video his son took which details his last wishes before his death.

A lawyer for Alan Schmegelsky says he became aware of the video earlier this month when his son, Bryer Schmegelsky, and Kam McLeod were found dead from self-inflicted gunshot wounds in the northern Manitoba wilderness.

In the email, the RCMP says the information about Bryer s wishes was passed on to his mother and that police plan on publicly addressing the video in a media release in the next few weeks.
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