Colonel Russell Williams, a highly respected member of the Canadian Air Force, had residences in Ottawa and Tweed. His wife lived in Ottawa, and Williams stayed in Tweed during the week to shorten his commute time to CFB Trenton.
Williams began breaking into houses and stealing the females' underwear, in this way accumulating hundreds of such garments. Then he began breaking into houses of women who were alone and binding them. He took hundreds of pictures of them, clothed and unclothed, before leaving. Then he graduated to rape and murder.
Warren has written a detailed account of Williams's crimes, his confession and the final disposition of the case.
Sad, but very interesting. Held my front attention. Couldn't put down my tablet. Well researched and story told well. There are more persons like that out there, so we all need to be more aware.
This guy's brain should be examined after death. Might be very helpful in diagnosing future killers before they make headlines.
Although I've already read another book about this case, this one was very interesting. It was a fast read that I couldn't put down.
I have watched a few different shows about Russell Williams, and finally bought the ebook. It gave more details on the interrogation, etc. that the tv shows didn't cover.
While reading Beyond Suspicion: Russell Williams: A Canadian Serial Killer (True Crime Murder & Mayhem), I am shocked by the additional insight that was not included in the movie about Russell Williams. This is a must-read for any true crime buff!
This was the most descriptive book I've read about this horrifying case. Very well written. I highly recommend this to anyone who reads true crime.
This is a great book. This is the story of serial killer Russell Williams, the elite pilot of Canada’s Air Force One, and the innocent victims he murdered. Unlike other serial killers, Williams seemed very unaffected about his crimes and leading two different lives.
Alan R. Warren describes the abductions, rape and murders