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The Paul Bernardo Investigation The case of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka is one of the most notorious law cases in Canadian history Paul Bernardo Karla Homolka 1997 From the late eighties to early nineties this case was the focus of most Canadian media CBC 1995 It has become common knowledge that Bernardo and his estranged wife Karla Homolka brutally murdered three young girls assaulted one other and that Bernardo was the infamous Scarborough Rapist Bernardo and Homolka were able to carry on committing these acts untouched by authorities for almost ten yearsA big question that was raised during the case was Why did the police department take so long to find the culprits Its a good question with so much evidence and so many people looking for them how is it that Bernardo and Homolka were able to remain hidden for so long The investigation process is a key part to all criminal cases and police do their best to get their man before more crimes are committed In the case of Paul Bernardo the Toronto Metro Police took almost ten years to bring to justice the man that terrorized communities in South-western Ontario During these eight and a half years parts of the investigation were put on hold because they werent considered important Other parts were overlooked But despite all the evidence collected the police were unable to put the pieces of the puzzle together This paper will explore the contention that the Toronto Metro Police and Niagara Regional Police are indirectly responsible for the deaths of Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy Through ignorance and neglect the police and related services let Bernardo and Homolka slip through their fingers a number of times
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