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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. The story that all the reporters were chasing was the discovery of eight bullet-riddled bodies in four vehicles abandoned on a nearby farmer's property on April 8, It was the largest known massacre of outlaw motorcycle gang members anywhere in the world, and also the worst mass murder in Ontario since After more than two years of preliminary hearings and motions, jury selection in the trial of the six men accused of the murders begins tomorrow in London, about half an hour's drive east of Shedden.

Residents of this tiny community population cringe at the memory of how they woke up almost three years ago to find their sleepy hamlet suddenly front and centre in a lurid story about outlaw bikers and mass murder.

Slee says a high point of the year is the Rosy Rhubarb Festival in June, when everyone talks and eats rhubarb for a weekend and one local resident dresses up in a fuzzy costume as Rosy Rhubarb to entertain children and tourists. Now the year-old university student hopes Shedden will not be remembered just for the murders. Slee is quick to point out that none of the accused nor any of the victims is actually from Shedden. One of the accused, Wayne Weiner Kellestine, 59, lived on a farm on the outskirts of Iona Station, about a minute drive from Shedden.

All the rest are from outside the county and several are from outside the province. The eight victims were all connected to the Toronto chapter of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, the second-largest outlaw biker club in the world. Folks in Shedden reluctantly talk about the upcoming trial, and when they do, they are quick to say it is about outsiders, not local residents. A local farmer says people are more concerned with other issues now, like layoffs in the auto industry.

By "five miles down the road," he means the farm of Russell Rusty and Mary Steele, respected churchgoing grandparents and long-time residents. The Steeles live on a tidy, prosperous farm, with bird baths and feeders and a children's play area. A sign on the front fence reads, "If you ate today, thank a farmer.

The Steeles woke up on a Saturday morning to find four vehicles parked in a forested area of their property. Inside the vehicles — a tow truck, two cars and a sport utility vehicle — were the bodies of the bikers. Soon police had the area cordoned off. In the wake of the killings, Slee says, locals were bombarded with questions about cults and gangs in a town so small it doesn't have a restaurant or a grocery store.

His barn and a shed are still standing, but his dirty white Ontario cottage has burned down since he was arrested almost three years ago. The Ontario Fire Marshal's Office ruled the fire last March was accidental, although its cause remains unclear. After the fire, Kellestine's common-law wife complained in the media that locals didn't do much to raise money for her and her school-age daughter because of Kellestine's reputation as a biker. Now there is a small trailer behind what is left of the burned-out farmhouse.

A steel link fence has been erected to keep the curious away. Down the road in London, court officials say the trial will be held in a specially built, high-tech, high-security courtroom. It was constructed in for a mass trial of local bikers, members of the Outlaws.

The site for the Bandidos trial is less than a minute walk from London's original courthouse, a castle-like structure where the trial for alcoholic farmer Henry Sovereign was held in , in the midst of a cholera epidemic. Sovereign was convicted of murdering his seven children and his wife in Norfolk County, near what is now Highway 24, about a half-hour drive from Shedden.

He was hanged outside the old courthouse. He says he left the club before the killings or he might have been a victim too. He says he hopes people don't lose sight of the fact that real people were killed, and that real people still mourn them. A lot had kids too, who now miss their daddies.

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After more than two years of preliminary hearings and motions, jury selection in the trial of the six men accused of the murders begins tomorrow in London, about half an hour's drive east of Shedden. Residents of this tiny community population cringe at the memory of how they woke up almost three years ago to find their sleepy hamlet suddenly front and centre in a lurid story about outlaw bikers and mass murder.

Slee says a high point of the year is the Rosy Rhubarb Festival in June, when everyone talks and eats rhubarb for a weekend and one local resident dresses up in a fuzzy costume as Rosy Rhubarb to entertain children and tourists.

Now the year-old university student hopes Shedden will not be remembered just for the murders. Slee is quick to point out that none of the accused nor any of the victims is actually from Shedden. One of the accused, Wayne Weiner Kellestine, 59, lived on a farm on the outskirts of Iona Station, about a minute drive from Shedden.

All the rest are from outside the county and several are from outside the province. The eight victims were all connected to the Toronto chapter of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, the second-largest outlaw biker club in the world. Folks in Shedden reluctantly talk about the upcoming trial, and when they do, they are quick to say it is about outsiders, not local residents.

A local farmer says people are more concerned with other issues now, like layoffs in the auto industry. By "five miles down the road," he means the farm of Russell Rusty and Mary Steele, respected churchgoing grandparents and long-time residents. The Steeles live on a tidy, prosperous farm, with bird baths and feeders and a children's play area. A sign on the front fence reads, "If you ate today, thank a farmer. The Steeles woke up on a Saturday morning to find four vehicles parked in a forested area of their property.

Inside the vehicles — a tow truck, two cars and a sport utility vehicle — were the bodies of the bikers. Soon police had the area cordoned off. In the wake of the killings, Slee says, locals were bombarded with questions about cults and gangs in a town so small it doesn't have a restaurant or a grocery store. His barn and a shed are still standing, but his dirty white Ontario cottage has burned down since he was arrested almost three years ago.

The Ontario Fire Marshal's Office ruled the fire last March was accidental, although its cause remains unclear. After the fire, Kellestine's common-law wife complained in the media that locals didn't do much to raise money for her and her school-age daughter because of Kellestine's reputation as a biker.

All the tools are labelled with FCR If you have any information […]. Wanted Woman Arrested A forty year old St. Thomas woman wanted on a warrant for breaching her court conditions was arrested Tuesday night in a Talbot Street parking lot. The woman was observed by officers on general patrol around 8: The woman was recently released by the courts […].

Traffic Stop A twenty nine year old London man was arrested by officers just after 11 pm on Wednesday night October 3rd during a traffic stop on Chestnut Street in the city. The vehicle was pulled over when officers observed that the licence plates attached to the vehicle were not legally registered. Police took the […]. Thomas Police were contacted by the London Police Service on the 7th of October , reporting a 38 year-old woman was in custody in London for outstanding an outstanding warrant in St.

The 38 year-old woman was released from custody to another police service also holding warrants for her arrest. The vehicle had been taken from St. Thomas on Sunday September 30th. The recovered vehicle had damage to the locks and […]. Operation Impact is back for Thanksgiving Weekend! Police Officers from coast to coast will be out in full force this weekend for our annual nation wide road safety initiative.

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