David Russell Williams
|The Tweed Creeper||2||Male||Caucasian||Canada||Territorial||Sexual||1963/03/07||n/a|
|Camouflaged Killer: The Shocking Double Life of Canadian Air Force Colonel Russell Williams||David A. Gibb||Amazon, Kindle eBook, Judi Roth Crippen Review|
|How a Colonel Became a Killer||Cal Millar and Ian Robertson||Amazon|
|New Kind of Monster, A: The Secret Life and Shocking True Crimes of an Officer...and a Murderer||Timothy Appleby||Amazon, Kindle eBook|
|48 Hours: Name, Rank and Serial Killer||Brian Combs Review|
David Russell Williams was born on Match 7, 1963 in Bromsgrove, England. At a young age his family moved to Ontario, Canada. His parents divorced when Williams was 6. His mother remarried and Williams would often be made to move around canada with his mother and step-father.
Williams worked throughout Canada in the Canadian Forces. After graduating from University of Toronto, he received his flying wings and went to the Canadian Forces Flying Training School as an instructor. Prior to his arrest, Williams was the base commander at CFB Trenton.
Before Williams’s murder series he broke into many homes around his own house, often stealing lingerie from strangers homes. Williams would take many pictures and videos of himself posing in the stolen lingerie. It is believed that Williams broke into over 47 homes to steal different objects from homes. Before his murder series he was known to have sexually assaulted 2 women and taken many pictures while they were bound.
Williams’s murder series began in 2009, at the age of 46, and ended in 2010. Both of his victims were females and were raped multiple times before their deaths. The women were beaten and strangled to death throughout many hours of torture. Williams took many pictures and videos of the victims to remember their murders. He confessed that both of the women begged for their lives to be spared throughout the torture. Both of the murders victims were chosen before Williams broke into their homes, showing that he put thought into who he wanted his victims to be. The remains of one victim was discovered at the crime scene, while the other was found after Williams confessed to her murder.
On February 7, 2010 Williams was requested to go into the Ottawa Police Service Headquarters. It was discovered that the tire treads on his truck matched the ones which were discovered at the crime scene. Williams confessed to the murders of the 2 women, sexually assaulting 2 others and 82 breaking and entering charges. On October 21, 2010 Williams was found guilty on all charges and sentenced to 2 life sentences and 120 years for his other crimes. He is currently serving his life sentence in Kingston, Ontario.
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Russell Williams. The former Canadian Air Force Colonel who, in 2007, began an 873 day crime spree during which he broke in to over eighty houses, stole hundreds of articles of women’s clothing and lingerie, photographed and catalogued his ‘trophies’, culminating in the rape and murder of two women. The…Continue reading...
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