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Thursday, 9 September 2010

Hells Angels’ Scotia Street clubhouse ,Body of an adult man whose legs appeared to have been bound with duct tape was pulled from the Red River


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Body of an adult man whose legs appeared to have been bound with duct tape was pulled from the Red River in North Kildonan Saturday.

Const. Jason Michalyshen, a Winnipeg police spokesman, confirmed officers recovered a man’s body, which had initially been seen floating in the river by a boater around 10:15 a.m.

Michalyshen said a positive identification of the man has been made and that foul play is not suspected. An autopsy is pending, though.

As emergency workers moved the body from a boat onto a stretcher on shore, the man’s legs could clearly be seen and appeared to be bound with silver-coloured utility tape.

The man also appeared to be missing one of his hands.

Emergency crews used a fire rescue boat to recover the body shortly after the boater noticed it Saturday morning.

Then, about 1:30 p.m., a team of police, firefighters and mortuary workers pulled the body from the docked boat on the east shore of the Red River right near the Kildonan Tennis Club on Valhalla Drive, just north of the Chief Peguis Trail.

The spot is almost directly across the river from the Hells Angels’ Scotia Street clubhouse recently seized by justice officials earlier this summer.

Once the body had been pulled ashore, the workers zipped it into a body bag, used a stretcher to wheel it up the riverbank and loaded it into a waiting mortuary van, as a few curious residents of the nearby high-rise apartment blocks looked on.


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