The conspiracy theorists would like you to believe the Zailo’s are responsible for Lindsay’s murder but that is simply not true. They go out of their way to try and discredit anyone who does not fall in line with the Zailo theory. They have resorted to attacking the police department simply because the police will not tell the conspiracy theorists details of the investigation. Most of the information the Zailo conspiracy theorists share with the public is inaccurate or fabricated. Having a theory is one thing but to fabricate stories and participate in character assassination is appalling.
The following is a transcript of the Crime Watch Daily episode which aired in 2017. I have inserted my thoughts into the transcript.
WHO KILLED LINDSAY BUZIAK? REALTOR’S MURDER BELIEVED TO BE TARGETED HIT
A million-dollar listing, two very motivated buyers and a young up-and-coming real estate agent found stabbed to death in the master suite.
Was it a crime of passion, a business deal gone wrong, or was the vicious murder of 24-year-old Lyndsay Buziak all part of one giant cocaine conspiracy? (Many people have determined this murder to be personal based on the number of stab wounds that were reported. It has been incorrectly reported Lindsay was stabbed 40+ times or 54 times. A reporter incorrectly stated that the SP said Lindsay was stabbed 54 times but that was false. The reporter retracted the statement. The autopsy report was sealed and the SP has never released details on the extent of Lindsay’s wounds other than to say she was “stabbed multiple times”. People can fabricate stories about Lindsay’s wounds but the reality is, they don’t know)
Buziak was targeted — that much authorities say with confidence. Why? That’s something Lindsay Buziak’s loved ones still struggle to understand.
Lindsay Buziak was the kind of girl other people wanted to be around. Especially people like Jason Zailo.
“She was with Jason, at the time, and I knew that she was extremely happy,” said Sara Buziak, Lindsay’s sister. “I absolutely adored him.”
“Lindsay and Jason had probably been dating for a little less than a year, around a year, somewhat in that period,” said Lindsay’s father Jeff Buziak. “They did move in together. Jason’s mom Shirley bought an expensive waterfront property, and so they moved into there.” ( Shirley is a successful realtor and owns multiple properties. It is not out of the norm for someone to purchase a lakefront property. There is no evidence to support the Zailo’s are guilty of money laundering. Shirley is not a drug trafficker but Erickson Delalcazar and his crew are. They have criminal records to prove it. Does Shirley have a criminal record? No.)
Lindsay’s father felt there was something boiling underneath.
“He adored Lindsay, but he was overprotective, over-possessive, jealous, and that really bothered Lindsay,” said Jeff Buziak. (Lindsay initially had plans to go to a stagette in Vancouver the night she was murdered. Her boyfriend Jason encouraged Lindsay to go to the stagette and even offered to do the showing for her. Lindsay decided to forgo the stagette and stayed behind to work. Now, does that sound like a jealous, over-possessive boyfriend to you? If Jason was involved in Lindsay’s murder why would Jason offer to do the showing for Lindsay and encourage her to go to the stagette? Wouldn’t that have foiled his own plan to have her murdered if he was involved?)
Exactly how much was revealed later. But for the most part, her family says Lindsay seemed happy. Especially when it came to her new career selling houses in upscale Victoria, British Columbia. (Rumours have circulated for years that Lindsay was afraid of Shirley. If Lindsay was afraid of Shirley why would Lindsay continue to work in the same real estate firm as Shirley? Shirley was also the Manager at the office Lindsay was transferring to. Why would Lindsay take a long walk with Shirley and go for dinner with her the night before the murder if Lindsay was afraid of Shirley? It has been corroborated that Shirley and Lindsay did spend hours together the night before her murder. Why would Lindsay move into another property owned by a Zailo family member after apparently FLEEING from the Lakefront home? Interestingly enough, Lindsay’s best friend Rianne who worked at the same office also claimed she was afraid of Shirley yet she had no explanation for her fear. When Rianne was asked about her “fear” she had nothing to say other than “just because.” If you were afraid of someone wouldn’t you have an explanation/reasons for why you fear the person? Why would you work for someone you feared? Rianne never went back to the re/max office after Lindsay’s murder because the only thing Rianne feared, was a set of HANDCUFFS!!!! )
“Getting into real estate was a big thing for her,” said Sara Buziak. “She loved it.”
In fact, roughly a year into her job, Lindsay Buziak was suddenly approached with the kind of deal many agents wait their whole careers to get, which she wrote about in her day-planner.
“She received a cold call out of the blue from clients requesting to purchase a house over the weekend,” said Saanich Police Sgt. Chris Horsley. “The lady phoned said ‘We need to have a house set up,’ some fairly specific parameters: it needed to be immediately move-in ready, had to be within 15 to 20 minutes from town. And they were looking at a home in the million-dollar range.” (This is a plan Rianne could have come up with in my opinion. It’s quite similar to the way her boyfriend was murdered years before. He too was LURED to a house and attacked from BEHIND! Interestingly enough, his body was discovered on February 2, 2002. Lindsay was murdered on February 2, 2008. Does that specific Month and Day have a special meaning to Rianne? It takes brains to plan a murder and make it appear as though someone else was behind it. Women are detail oriented and natural planners. Rianne worked at the same office as Lindsay and experts on Dateline said “someone in the same real estate firm as Lindsay planned this”, Rianne was one of Lindsay’s best friends and experts on Dateline said, “someone very close to Lindsay planned this murder.” Rianne was privy to the Desousa listing and the female suspect requested specific parameters that matched the Desousa listing. This would ensure Lindsay would put that particular house on her list. You did NOT need to be a realtor to know about the Desousa listing! On the other hand, it’s also been quoted in the press that the female suspect called Lindsay and specifically requested to see the Desousa property at 5:30 pm. Rianne knew Lindsay was going alone to the showing and Jason would be meeting her later. Rianne had it all figured out. I believe the real conspirators tried to set the murder up to look like the Zailo’s were behind it but ended up putting the spotlight on themselves! Keep in mind these were seasoned criminals who were well aware of our justice system. Rianne was obsessed with “Forensic Files” and other true crime shows. The killer’s left NO DNA or fingerprints behind. That was NOT BY LUCK. The killers/conspirators were aware of what types of evidence would be needed to lay charges and secure a successful conviction. They know they are the suspects but they also know the investigators don’t have the solid evidence to lay charges. These people have actually made demands upon others to never speak Lindsay’s name in their presence in case of wiretaps/recording devices, etc. They are loyal to one another and they are confident in each other that no one will talk. Someone always does though.)
But was it too good to be true? Apparently, Lindsay had some doubts.
“She said ‘Daddy, there’s something weird I’m sensing about this,’ and I said, ‘Well what’s going on honey?’ And she said ‘Well, the woman sounded weird.'”
Not at the company number on her brochures, but on her personal cell phone.
“‘And they gave me the name of one of my clients, and said that client had given them my name,'” said Jeff. “I said ‘Well, call your client,’ she said ‘I did. They were out of town.’ Convenient.” (There have been multiple reports that Lindsay did not receive the name of the so-called “referral client” from the suspects. When Lindsay asked the female caller how she got her name the caller said, “my husband’s friend.” When Lindsay asked the male caller the same question he said: “from my friend”. If Lindsay had the name of the so-called “referral client” she would have told someone. Many people hang on to the belief that Lindsay had the name of the referral client because it bolsters their theory that only someone who had access to Lindsay’s previous client list could have planned the murder ie: the Z’s.)
It wasn’t enough for Lindsay to back out of the deal, but according to her dad, she did want backup.
“She said ‘I asked Jason, he’s going to be there.’ That put me at ease. Jason is 6’3″, 240 pounds, ex-semipro hockey player — an intimidating presence if he wants to be,” said Jeff Buziak. (It’s possible Lindsay just told her Dad this information to keep him from worrying. Sometimes children will tell a white lie to their parents to keep them from worrying. There were reports from other’s including an employee from re/max that stated Jason was not supposed to be at the house at 5:30, he was supposed to meet Lindsay after the showing. Lindsay had even asked a girlfriend of hers to meet her in the event Lindsay needed her. Her girlfriend agreed to meet her if Lindsay ended up needing her but Lindsay never called her.)
And with that plan in place, Lindsay started hunting for houses, finally settling on a brand new three-bedroom-three-bathroom in the town of Saanich.
“She had arranged a private showing for clients. That was set up for a Saturday afternoon at 5:30 in the evening,” said Sgt. Horsley.
Staff Sergeant Chris Horsley takes us back to that house to discuss what police know about the night.
“Lindsay showed up and she met the client here on this private little street, we did have witnesses that viewed the interaction between the parties,” said Horsley.
Those witnesses remember seeing Lindsay talking to a blonde woman wearing a distinctively colorful dress and a 6-foot-tall Caucasian man with dark hair. After that, the three went inside. And from there, police have what they believe to be a disturbingly accurate timeline of Lindsay Buziak’s last minutes alive. (No mention of a BLONDE WIG. The female suspect may have really had blonde hair (natural or dyed) but for years people have claimed she wore a wig. It’s also possible the suspect did wear a wig but only the investigators have that info. There was never any official report from LE or the press that the suspect wore a blonde wig. )
“The lockbox has computer access, we did get those records, it was unlocked just before 5:30. So 5:29 the lockbox is open,” said Horsley. “We know that Lindsay showed the main floor of the home and then they went upstairs.”
Upstairs to the master bedroom. Police say it was just nine to 11 minutes after entering the home. And how are they so sure?
“At 5:41 there is a dial-out on her phone. It goes to a friend she hasn’t spoken to in some time, and all you can hear is muffling on the message,” said Horsley.
It was a pocket-dial with deadly implications.
“When they went upstairs, there’s a master bedroom and an en-suite bathroom,” said Sgt. Horsley. “We know that when Lindsay turned to show the en-suite bathroom she was then attacked from the rear. There’s no defensive wounds whatsoever. We don’t believe she had any pre-indication that something was amiss.”
And as for that pocket-dial?
“So we believe that was actually at the point of attack, when the couple attacked Lindsay, somehow it hit buttons on the BlackBerry and it sent out a phone call,” said Horsley.(Sgt Horsley states the COUPLE ATTACKED Lindsay. It sounds like both of them stabbed Lindsay not just one person as suggested by a blogger years ago. This statement makes sense as Sgt. Horsley described the attack as being QUICK and SAVAGE. It makes more sense that both individuals participated in the actual stabbing rather than one. It would be a guarantee if you will, that neither of them would turn on the other at a later date if they were both involved in the stabbing. No mention here of the number of stab wounds because that is HOLD BACK!)
The last communication of any kind from Lindsay Buziak.
Police say real estate agent Lindsay Buziak was stabbed to death on Feb. 2, 2008 while showing a home to some new clients she never met before. Now they needed to determine just who the couple is that she was meeting with.
Lindsay Buziak was stabbed, according to media reports, more than 40 times in a surprise attack so lethally efficient, authorities say it had to be a hit. Her wallet, purse and cellphone were not taken, and she was not sexually assaulted. (Notice, Sgt. Horsley does not discuss the extent of Lindsay’s wounds. It is the media who reported the number of wounds as being 40 to 54 and that info was deemed to be INCORRECT. Over the years people have also made claims about the nature of Lindsay’s injuries as being a slit throat, mutilated breasts, severed spinal column, etc. The autopsy reports were sealed and no one knows the extent of Lindsay’s wounds other than she was stabbed.)
At the time, police knew nothing of the couple they now believe carried out the attack, or how they were able to slip out of the house undetected. Only who they found when they arrived on the scene — Lindsay’s boyfriend Jason Zailo and one of his friends.
“We locked down the house immediately. Mr. Zailo and his friend were both taken into police custody,” said Saanich Police Sgt. Horsley.
Turns out, it was Zailo who called police to the house. And at the station, he gives investigators a breakdown of his whereabouts that day. Zailo and Lindsay finished a late lunch at a local spot before splitting up. He was going to meet a friend at a nearby business and she was getting ready for that open house. (Jason was not supposed to be at the house with Lindsay at 5:30 he was supposed to meet Lindsay after the showing. Based on Lindsay’s response to Jason : “Okay, I’ll see you in a bit, I gotta go” Lindsay was expecting Jason to meet her after the showing, otherwise she would have responded with something like: “where the hell are you?” )
An hour later, surveillance video shows Zailo and his friend leaving their location just as it’s believed Lindsay is opening the door for her suspected killers.
Around that same time, Zailo texts her: “I’ll come meet you and I’ll be 10 – 15 minutes or so.” Lindsay responds: “Okay, I’ll see you in a bit, I gotta go.” Her texts showed no signs of trouble.
“She told Jason ‘They’re here,'” said Horsley. “But at no time did she say anything that would be cause for warning — ‘I’m worried,’ ‘I’m scared,’ ‘These people creep me out.'” (Jason had no indication anything was amiss when he arrived on scene. As Sgt. Horsley pointed out, everything appeared normal. So, Jason saw people at the front door and they turned around and closed the door. What was so odd about that? There was a showing taking place. )
At 5:38, Jason Zailo texts “just a couple of minutes away.” That text was never opened.
Only three minutes later, a pocket-dial went from Lindsay’s phone. Police believe that happened during the stabbing.
“We’re quite confident that at 5:41 is when the attack took place,” said Sgt. Horsley.
Jason Zailo tells police he drives up to the house just four minutes later at 5:45, and then he tells them that he may have actually seen the murderers: a tall Caucasian man, and a blonde woman wearing a colorful dress.
“The killers were actually about to walk out the front door and leave, and he turned into the cul-de-sac and interrupted them leaving,” said Sgt. Horsley. “If he had been five seconds later he would have driven right into the suspects walking out here into the driveway.” (It makes sense why Jason would assume the showing was just getting underway or perhaps still in progress. All Jason saw was people at the front who turned around and shut the door.)
Instead, he tells police the couple turned around and closed the door.
“And his assumption is these are the clients and the showing is just starting as the door closes,” said Horsley. “He then parks outside because he is waiting for the showing to end.” (Makes perfect sense to me and explains all Jason’s actions outside the home.)
Approximately 20 minutes later Zailo texts Lindsay: “Are you okay?” No answer. (I can understand Jason growing a little uneasy since it’s now been 20 minutes since he saw the couple and he has not seen anyone leave. He was parked next to the only exit from the property(by car) and he had obviously not seen anyone drive by or walk by!
“They then go and try the door because they’re becoming concerned,” said Sgt. Horsley. “And it’s at the moment that they realize the front door to the home is locked that he becomes alarmed.” (I can understand Jason going into panic mode because the door was locked, Lindsay had not responded to his texts and he had not seen the couple leave so in his mind he might have believed something was wrong. Perfectly reasonable assumption for a caring boyfriend to have.)
At 6:05 p.m., Jason Zailo calls police to express his concern.(calling to request a welfare check is very common when people are concerned about someone. Jason had every reason to be concerned because it had now been 20 minutes since he saw the couple enter the house, his girlfriend did not respond to his texts, the front door was LOCKED, only Lindsay’s shoes were on the floor in the foyer not the couples, and no one was answering the door)
“Between the police arrival and that first 911 call Jason and his friend noticed a rear French door is ajar on the home,” said Horsley. (from my recollection there was a rumour that there were 3 missing boards in the fence to allow the painters easy access. It is my belief the boards were actually kicked out by the killer’s when they fled out the back. If the Zailo’s were involved like some want you to believe, they would have informed the killers about the GATE at the side of the house which faced the vacant house next door. The killers would have known all the exit routes since the murder was so well planned, right? )
Then, as seen in police video recorded at the crime scene shortly after the murder, Zailo tells investigators how his friend entered through the back and let him in through the front.
“The second he unlocked it I pushed it open. Uh, he was already in front of me, and I said ‘I’m running upstairs,’ and I was yelling ‘Lindsay, Lindsay, Lindsay,” Zailo says in the video. (There is nothing unusual about Jason’s actions in my opinion. He was really concerned about his girlfriend at that point. I would do the same under the same circumstances. It had now been close to 30 minutes since he saw the couple, he did not see them leave, his girlfriend never answered his texts, they found the back patio door open, and the front door was locked. His friend unlocked the front door from inside. Jason put his hand on it and pushed it open like any normal person would have done under those circumstances. Very normal behaviour. What was Jason supposed to do, stand there and wait for his friend to open it for him? Why, when Jason was in a panic? Why wouldn’t Jason run straight upstairs? His friend had just walked along the main area of the house and unlocked the door and he had not SEEN ANYTHING, so perfectly reasonable for Jason to want to run upstairs. Once Jason got to the top of the stairs the master bedroom was right there and he could see Lindsay’s body on the floor. He did not have to go searching for the bedroom like some allude to. So, Jason’s actions are perfectly reasonable given the circumstances. He seriously believed something was wrong.)
From there, Zailo says he ran straight to the master bedroom, where he found Lindsay’s body and called police again at 6:11 p.m.
“So I was running inside the house, uh, I just came running up the stairs,” Zailo says in the video.
Police say the evidence supports Jason Zailo’s version of events. But Lindsay’s father says he’s got some questions. (What is important here is that the investigators have the evidence that supports Jason’s version of events. The general public does not have the same information the investigators have so they have doubt.)
“There’s certain things I don’t buy there,” said Jeff Buziak. “For me personally, one, I would have gone and checked as soon as I saw somebody dart in and out of the front door. That concerns me. (Why would Jason need to go and check on the couple just because he saw them turn around and go back inside? He wasn’t expecting Lindsay to be murdered and there were no signs Lindsay was in any distress. It appeared to Jason there was a viewing taking place. There was nothing unusual about the couple’s movements. It would have been a different story if Jason and his friend saw them carrying a weapon and blood on their clothes. Jason was not expecting his girlfriend to be murdered and saw no signs anything was amiss, therefore, he remained in his vehicle.
“The other thing that’s odd to me is supposedly Jason had never been in the house,” said Jeff. “Why would he push the front door open, run up the stairwell right into the master bedroom without stopping?” (Why wouldn’t Jason put his hand on the door and push it open after he heard his friend UNLOCK it? Jason was clearly distressed at that point. He had already placed a call to 911. I think given the circumstances I would have pushed the door open myself. As you can see on the reenactment” Jason put his hand on the door and pushed it slightly. It wasn’t this HUGE SHOVE on the door. The stairs were right in front of Jason so why not run straight upstairs? His friend had just entered on the main level and perhaps Jason asked him if he saw anything. Jason did not go looking for the master bedroom. The master bedroom was the FIRST BEDROOM at the top of the stairs and Jason would have seen Lindsay lying on the floor. Why did Jason need to stop once he reached the top of the stairs? If he did that, people would be in an uproar that he stopped instead of running directly to Lindsay to check for a pulse.
And that’s not all he’s saying. Lindsay’s dad, who was living more than 600 miles away in Calgary at the time, also says his daughter confided in him, saying her relationship with Jason Zailo was far from perfect. (There were never any calls made to police on Jason for domestic reasons. However, calls were made to the police on Matt, three separate times. )
“She just felt Jason was overbearing and demanding, and you know, jealous, possessive,” said Jeff Buziak. “She came out to Calgary to speak to me about that.” (Jealous boyfriends don’t encourage their girlfriend to go to Vancouver for a party. They usually do the opposite and demand they stay home. )
And that was just six weeks before she was killed. (January 22, 2008, an acquaintance of Lindsay’s was arrested in one of the largest drug busts in Alberta history. The acquaintance(Erickson Delalcazar and crew) may have wrongly believed Lindsay was the snitch. It’s also very possible that someone close to Lindsay like her good friend RG, who refuses to cooperate with the police told Erickson Lindsay was the snitch. The police have been investigating these people for 9 years. They are not investigating the Zailo’s, in fact, they cleared them as POI. )
Crime Watch Daily reached out to Jason Zailo for an interview. He declined, but he did talk to police. (Jason has always fully cooperated with investigators. Did Matt, Rianne, Vid, Del’s, Medardo, Leo, Charbal, etc? NO)
“Mr. Zailo and his friend were under intense police scrutiny. However, Mr. Zailo was cooperative with police,” said Sgt. Horsley. “He also partook in a polygraph exam, and he passed. (People now want to point the finger at the polygraph procedure and put out false information and claim a CVSA machine was used. Especially, when they know that is FALSE information. It is a well-known fact that the SP did NOT USE the CVSA machine during Lindsay’s murder investigation and that was made very clear. )
“Based on forensic evidence, timeline of communications, witness testimony, video surveillance, we know he’s not the killer,” said Sgt. Horsley. “Was he perhaps somehow involved in the planning? Well he successfully passed a polygraph and he successfully took part in all these interviews with us. So at this point in time he’s not considered a suspect.” (Jason was not cleared based solely on the polygraph like some want you to believe. Sgt. Horsley made it very clear Jason successfully took part in all interviews as well as a polygraph. )
So then who is? The one thing both Lindsay’s father and police definitely agree on is that this was no random killing.
“It certainly has the hallmarks of being pre-planned and pre-orchestrated, without a doubt,” said Horsley.
And executed, police believe, by those two pretend house-hunters who called Lindsay on her personal phone to set the whole thing up.
“Lindsay actually wrote down the number,” said Sgt. Horsley.
Unfortunately, the number is attached to a “burner” phone, purchased with cash nearly three months before and registered under a fake name.
“The phone was only ever used for one thing and that was to phone Lindsay Buziak,” said Horsley. “It’s a level of planning that clearly shows Lindsay Buziak was the target. The issue is Was she really the target or was she a scapegoat of convenience?”
According to one theory, the answer to that may be tied to somewhere Lindsay went the December before her February murder.
(I believe Sgt. Horsley is referring to Erickson Delalcazar and Graham Scott Taylor. Those were the TWO who was arrested January 22, 2008. The rest of the individuals were arrested MONTHS later, AFTER Lindsay was MURDERED. Erickson was denied bail February 1, 2008. Focus on Erickson and crew, they have a history of violence, Zailo’s do not)
Police in Greater Victoria, British Columbia have interviewed hundreds of people, followed up on nearly a thousand leads, but who carried out the savage stabbing death of Lindsay Buziak remains a mystery.
In the immediate aftermath of the murder, police focused their efforts on identifying the couple that set up the open house where Lindsay was killed.
“We do know from the forensic evidence that both the man and female did go through the home,” said Sgt. Horsley. “We do have evidence of them leaving the home, however we don’t have anything in the form of DNA or fingerprints which would lead to a suspect identification.”
In fact, almost all they have in the way of identification comes from an eyewitness who described a tall Caucasian man, and a woman with shoulder-length blonde hair, and a uniquely colored dress.
“We think we may have even found the exact brand of dress,” said Horsley. “It wasn’t a designer high-end name brand, unfortunately, it was something that could commonly be bought in the department store. So, unfortunately, the dress lead didn’t pan out for us.”
One of the things making it so hard to find the couple, or any suspects at all, is the fact that no one can definitely say why anyone would want Lindsay dead in the first place.
“She does not personally appear to have any enemies, so what is the motive for the killing?” said Horsley.
Police do have some strong theories though. One of them tied to a trip Lindsay Buziak made to Calgary just six weeks before her murder.
“This was in December and the murder was in February,” said Sgt. Horsley.
Apparently, while Lindsay was in Calgary, she reached out to an old acquaintance from Victoria, once by phone and another time through Facebook.
“We don’t know the nature of the call. We don’t know why she called him. We don’t know why she was on his Facebook site,” said Sgt. Horsley.
What they do know is that the person she contacted was the family member of a man named Erickson Delalcazar, and that shortly after Lindsay went back to Victoria, Delalcazar, along with 13 other people, was caught in the biggest drug bust in the history of the province. (Delalcazar and Graham Scott Taylor were the only two arrested on January 22, 2008. My guess would be that Lindsay may have contacted one of Erickson’s Brothers ie: EMERSON)
“What we can say is that people lost a lot of money and the people that lost the drugs know that someone spoke to the police,” said Horsley. “A witch hunt occurred where people were being questioned, people were being pulled out of their beds in the middle of the night and asked ‘Who have you spoken to?’ because they know someone spoke to the police.” (Sgt. Horsley is not talking about the Zailo’s here, he is talking about the REAL SUSPECTS in Lindsay’s murder.)
Someone like Lindsay?
“That’s one of the working theories,” said Horsley. “Lindsay Buziak was the target of this murder but it may have been a target of opportunity where they needed to solve a problem and she was the solution.”
But then why would Lindsay Buziak be so well-known to people in the drug trade to begin with? (One of her best friends was dating Vid who was allegedly in charge of the burner phone(rumour or fact?). Lindsay’s ex-boyfriend MMD was also tied to these people. The majority of these people refuse to cooperate with the investigators unlike Jason and Shirley, who fully cooperated. These same people pointed their fingers at the Zailo’s from day one. )
“Victoria, everybody knows everybody. It’s that simple,” said Horsley.
“If you really ask the police, this is a complicated murder,” said Jeff Buziak. “It has many twists and turns, there are killers and there are conspirators. The killers were the mechanics in her murder. They [didn’t] necessarily know her.
Who does Buziak really think hired those “mechanics?” He’s not saying outright, but on his website, LindsayBuziakMurder.com, he and others regularly share their theories, often calling out individuals by name and demanding they step forward.
“I get threatened probably weekly with lawsuits, but I haven’t seen one yet,” said Buziak. His efforts do often put him at odds with authorities.
“Really, what it’s become is a modern-day witch hunt, and it’s just an internet witch hunt,” said Sgt. Horsley. “So it’s an ongoing issue and whether it affects the potential trial down the road, I don’t know. I’ve had those discussions with Mr. Buziak because it is potential that it could impact our successful prosecution.” ( I agree with Sgt. Horsley 100% here. The witch hunt is not helping the case at all. Over the years some people may have believed in the Zailo’s guilt based on misinformation/gossip but there is a big difference when others are conducting a witch hunt by intentionally spreading FALSE information. That is plain wrong. I at one time believed the Zailo’s were guilty based on misinformation, rumours, gossip, etc but I finally came to my senses. The reality is, it’s easy to have tunnel vision when you’re focused on all the wrong information)
But Jeff Buziak and his family vow to keep up the fight.
“I believe the people who made the decision to kill her are cowards, and cowards need to be caught,” said Buziak. “These people have to know that they’re not going to get away with murdering Lindsay Buziak.”
“This is a solvable case and we are confident that Lindsay’s murder can be solved,” said Sgt. Horsley.