This blog has been created for the sole purpose of sharing as much accurate information as possible about the vicious murder of Lindsay Buziak and to keep her case in the forefront of everyone’s minds. “The dead cannot cry out for justice. It is a duty of the living to do so for them.”
As a group of concerned citizens, we can do our best, in this case, to ensure that information posted on this site is accurate to the best of our knowledge. Some of the information posted on this site are theory/opinion/speculation based, some information was gathered from media sources, and some information was gathered from what the investigators have already shared publicly about Lindsay’s case. There is a lot of false information on social media about Lindsay’s murder and our aim is to provide the known facts and the more accurate information about Lindsay’s case. The information the investigators shared publicly can easily be found online.
This site is also for the exclusive use of individuals who wish to share their working theories, and opinions. We encourage you to express yourself freely. We believe in the “Freedom of Speech”, however any comments that contain inappropriate content that violates the TOS of word press will not be approved.
The Saanich Police, RCMP, Victoria Police, and multiple other agencies have worked extremely hard on this case, yet it still remains unsolved. The investigators working on Lindsay’s homicide had this to say about the case:
“This is not a “cold case.” It is an open and active investigation. This case is very complex given the fact there was little to no forensic evidence found at the scene. All DNA was traced back to Lindsay. It is quite the norm for a police department to remain tight-lipped in a homicide investigation so they do not jeopardize the integrity of the case.” “The solvability rate in a case like this is measured in YEARS, not months. There is no smoking gun in this case. Someone needs to come forward with that key piece of information. Someone out there has that information.”
Ninety-six percent of murder cases are solved within 48 hours, usually because the victim and the offender are known to one another. Murder investigations are solved in one of three ways:
1) strong forensic evidence like DNA, footprints or fingerprints;
2) direct or corroborated witness testimony that places the killer at the scene;
3) a confession from a suspect.
There are approx. 948 unsolved homicide cases in Canada and a much higher rate of unsolved homicides in Countries like the United States.
There is a lot of misleading/fabricated information posted on social media, even false confessions. We encourage viewers to trust in the credible information the investigators who are actively working on Lindsay’s case have shared publicly over the false information posted on social media by people who have no direct knowledge of the case. There are people on social media who are intentionally fabricating information to suit their own personal agenda.
There is a link provided below to “Crime Watch Daily – Who Killed Lindsay Buziak – Murder For Sale” which aired in 2017. One of the Investigators actively working on Lindsay’s file shared some details about her case on CWD. The timeline of the Calgary drug bust appears to be one of their leading working theories. There are also links on the main page which you may find useful.
If you have any information that could help in identifying the individuals responsible for Lindsay’s vicious murder please contact the Saanich Police at Tips@saanichpolice.ca or by calling 1-888-980-1919 (toll-free call throughout Canada) or by calling the dedicated Tip Line at 250-475-4356 or Crime Stoppers at http://victoriacrimestoppers.ca/
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“The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.” – Winston Churchill