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The 73-year-old Canadian who murdered 5 neighbors in his condo because “the electrical room was making him sick”

The 73-year-old Canadian who murdered 5 neighbors in his condo because “the electrical room was making him sick”

The 73-year-old Canadian who murdered 5 neighbors in his condo because “the electrical room was making him sick”

A 73-year-old man who had a longstanding dispute with his condominium board in a suburb outside of Toronto killed five people, including three neighborhood leaders, after claiming in court and on social media that the building’s electrical room was making him sick.

The regional police chief yorkJames MacSween, identified the suspect in the Sunday night attack in Vaughan, Ontario, as Francesco Villi. He said at a press conference on Monday that Villi fatally shot three men and two women and wounded a 66-year-old womanwho is hospitalized and is expected to survive.

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“Three of the victims were members of the condominium board,” he pointed.

The police indicated that the agents responded to a notice of a shooting in the building around 7:20 p.m. on Sunday, and that an agent shot Villi to death inside the buildingwhere Villi and the victims lived.

Villi had long complained that the vibrations and emissions from the building’s electrical room were making him sick.and that board members and the building developer were to blame, court documents show.

MacSween said police are still investigating the reason for the attackwhich occurred in three different units of the building.

Special Investigations Unit spokeswoman Kristy Denette said police found the victims on different floors. She pointed out that Villi had a semi-automatic pistol and that investigators do not believe that he exchanged fire with the officer who killed him.

York Regional Police tactical officers stand in a condominium building in Vaughan, Ont., Sunday, Dec. 18, 2022. (Arlyn McAdorey/The Canadian Press via AP)

On Sunday and in the days leading up to the attack, Villi posted confusing videos on Facebook in which he discussed a legal dispute with the condominium board.

in the videos He claimed to have health problems caused by the building’s electrical room. The posts include recordings of phone conversations he had with lawyers about his case. In one of the videos she posted on Sunday, the building’s lawyer pointed out that the condominium he had asked her to sell her unit and move.

“This tragedy is driving me crazy. Anyway, I’m sick.” stated.

The lawyer noted that there was an online court hearing on her case scheduled for Monday and that she needed to go to the condominium administration office, where the manager would help her get online.

Villi stated during the call that he was not prepared to present his arguments at the hearing. He also asked what the board wanted from him, to which the lawyer said that the board I needed him to stop bullying and yelling at people.and to pay the legal fees of the company of the condominium. She noted that the case had dragged on for years.

“I can die in peace? (It has been) seven years of torture.” Villy said.

In a video he added: “They want me dead. They can take this body, but never this soul… I am ready to die”.

Villi filed a lawsuit against six directors and board members in 2020alleging that “they committed criminal and criminal acts from 2010 onwards.”

He also accused them of deliberately provoking five years of “torment” Y “torture” related to the problems I had with the electrical room located below his unit, court documents point out. Judge Joseph Di Luca threw out the lawsuit this summer, calling it “frivolous” and “vexing.”

According to court documents, the board sought a restraining order against villi for his “allegedly threatening, abusive, intimidating and harassing behavior” towards the board, the condominium administration, the workers and the residents.

Source: Elcomercio

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