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Sydney Teerhuis- Moar was born between 1970 and 1969 in Canada. It is not known how many brothers and sisters he had.
Throughout his trial there were many references to his childhood, in which it was claimed that he had been sexually assaulted numerous times. His lawyers used this as a defense when claiming that in combination with alcohol and liquor, which him and his victim consumed, he snapped when recalling his childhood.
Moar’s only known victim was a homosexual male. They had gone to a hotel to use drugs and engage in sexual activity, when Moar claimed to have blackout out and murdered him. Moar stabbed his victim 55 times before he decapitated, disemboweled, and castrated his victim. He then spent the next 3 hours cutting the body into eight pieces and placing them into the bathtub.
Moar was arrested in the summer of 2003 for the murder of his victim. On December 17, 2008 Moar was found guilty of second degree murder. He was sentenced to life in prison. Although Moar was charged with murdering one victim it is unknown if he had murdered before. It is believed that Moar fits the personality of a serial killer and that this was not his first kill, but instead this was the one that ended his serial series.
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Sidney Teerhuis was charged with the murder of one person, but is thought to have murdered before. We currently have information on his known victim. Robin Greene Robin, age 38, was stabbed 38 times in 2003.Continue reading...