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Toronto police say they are treating the deaths of Barry Sherman, 75, and Honey Sherman, 70, as a double homicide.

believe we have sufficient evidence to describe this as a double homicide and that both were targeted, Det. Sgt. Susan Gomes said on Friday from police headquarters.

Gomes said both were found dead by a real estate agent on Dec. 15 in the lower level pool area of their North York mansion, hanging by belts from a poolside railing. Autopsies confirmed both died from ligature neck compression.

Their home was up for sale at the time and police say there were no signs of forced entry.

Police sources had initially told media that they were considering the possibility of a murder suicide a declaration that the Sherman family vehemently rejected and called irresponsible. The family hired their own private investigators who concluded last week that the Shermans were murdered.

The family released the following statement shortly after the police update Friday:

announcement by the Toronto Police Service that the tragic deaths of their parents are being investigated as a double homicide was anticipated by the Sherman family.

This conclusion was expressed by the family from the outset and is consistent with the findings of the independent autopsy and investigation.

The family continues to support the Toronto Police Service in their efforts to seek justice for their parents and pursue those responsible for these unspeakable crimes. Sherman founded Toronto based Apotex Inc. in 1974 with two employees and gradually turned it into the largest Canadian owned pharmaceutical company.

Along the way he amassed a vast fortune, recently estimated by Canadian Business magazine at $4.77 billion, making him the 15th richest person in the country.
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cannot ignore when my family is threatened, read the Instagram post from Dejan Lovren. just can and won accept that. was desperately poor against Tottenham at Wembley ten days ago. Most said as much, including Football365. The Liverpool defender was picked for their league game against Huddersfield at the weekend by Jurgen Klopp, but suffered an injury in the warm up. Liverpool promptly kept a clean sheet in a comfortable win. He can expect a period of time out of the first team.

This is hardly an unusual series of events. Within the uber competitive environment of Premier League football, players lose and regain their places regularly. It is a world in which professionals must accept inconsistency as an inevitability.

gonna murder ur family u Croatian prick was the threat of which Lovren spoke, received as a private Instagram message, either from an irate supporter unhappy with his team defeat or A N Other idiot. Eight words that could change Lovren life; thisisan unusual series of events.

Lovren presumably felt unsure of his own safety, and in some way guilty that his family had been dragged into it as a result of his professional performance. What would that do to your morale as a person and as a footballer? His decision to publicise the abuse is a mature one, but the final word of his message rings true: is not the first player to be threatened and he won be the last; he is merely the latest. When Raheem Sterling chose to move to Manchester City from Liverpool, one choice response feedback informed him that his would be hunted down and locked up In March, Jamie Vardy spoke about messages wishing his children were dead and said he received death threats once a week. When Bill Shankly spoke about football as a matter of life and death, this isn what he meant.

Welcome to the culture of feedback, 2017. In the past, if something displeased you, you grumbled about it or them to your friends or yourself. Now you tell the person responsible for your displeasure exactly what you think of them, and why they must change. The democratisation of criticism is upon us, driven by an impatient, angry consumerist society.

Fans being emotionally invested to the point of irrationality is hardly a modern phenomenon, and this is the extreme fringe of fan culture. More than 99.99% of football supporters are mature enough to treat the two imposters of hope and despair exactly the same, and can separate disappointment from anger. Even those who do get riled manage to stop short of the indecent.

Social media may not have broken fandom, but it has certainly altered it. Breaking down the wall between the famous and their public was intended to remove the barriers between them so they could talk sweetly about their favourite subject at school and their hopes for their club future, but it was a laughably optimistic assessment. The problem with breaking down that wall is that it makes policing the two way conversation so difficult. Hate has festered far more than adoration.

This is also clearly not a sporting disease. Football might ignite stronger feelings than most cultural pursuits it is difficult to envisage anyone shouting at an opera singer but it is merely a reflection of society in general. Some supporters are thoughtless morons because some people are thoughtless morons.

Yet giving the same access to all allowed the fringe to flourish. In 2015 16 (calendar year statistics), Greater Manchester Police recorded 243 official death threats. That was up from 185 in 2014 15 and 81 in 2013 14. Police believe that the majority of those in their most recent figures were made online.

Death threats, such as the one Lovren has been forced to endure this week, are the most extreme case. There is a general rise in verbal abuse, again fuelled by social media. Search Twitter for fucking shit and see the unpleasant takes of many supporters, many of them Liverpool fans. Search Jones shit and see the same from Manchester United fans. Do the trick with every non superstar player at every elite club and the same occurs. Facebook and message boards are all filled with bile, mostly by those who have not bothered to remain anonymous.

Not only does social media give the irrational supporter an instant outlet for their rage, it crucially also provides access to many other supporters like them. That is the dark underbelly of social media; it generates a herd mentality, provides a platform of anonymity and then gives you an echo chamber just for good measure. Why shouldn I tell a footballer that he a cnt when lots of other people are doing the same if it makes me feel powerful?

The general response to this type of piece from a certain kind of reader, is to say that footballers, like all celebrities, put themselves out there and so must expect criticism. They get paid handsomely, and with that salary and fame comes an understanding that some will love you and some will hate you. All fair in love, war, showbusiness and sport.

Hopefully it doesn need repeating just how much nonsense that is. A footballer salary or natural talent doesn make them any more deserving of vitriol for the success or failure of their job than you or I. If you walked into the kitchen of a restaurant and told a chef that you thought he was a cnt for the way he cooked your starter, people would applaud when you were punched in the face or dragged out of the restaurant. The notion that wealth provides an emotional comfort blanket is a dangerous fallacy.

It also nonsense to just tell footballers not to bother with social media, although that must certainly be the temptation. Why should they have to stop doing any aspect of their lives, and particularly one that can be so positive, because some people cannot be trusted to act responsibly?

Fans of everything are entitled to express their pleasure and displeasure as a right of their support; this is not about silencing the thoughts of the reasonable. Expressing disappointment at company and club practice can force meaningful change and fight injustice.

Yet the minority really do threaten to spoil it for the majority. A footballer making a mistake is nothing new, but the personal backlash they face has become worryingly prevalent. To err is human; this sort of reaction is anything but.
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ON THE MORNING of Tuesday, 5 April 1932, Phar Lap, the racehorse legend, mysteriously collapsed at a farm outside San Francisco 16 days after he won the Agua Caliente handicap in Tijuana, Mexico. He died in the arms of Tommy Woodcock, his dedicated strapper and mate.

As the news of the horse’s death filtered through the press the next morning, the nation mourned in disbelief. And even now, 85 years after his death, the memory of that day still lingers.

Phar Lap is an Australian hero not only due to his unparalleled speed on the racetrack, but also because he captured the public’s imagination during one of the most difficult economic periods in Australia.

“Phar Lap is unique not so much for what he achieved, but for the way the nation saw his achievements as uniquely Australian,” says Dr Mark O’Neill, a sports historian, who completed his PhD on Phar Lap at the University of Queensland.

The horse’s unprecedented success during a vulnerable time The Great Depression fostered Australian patriotism and strength, and his legacy continues to live on in the Australian cultural narrative.

Phar Lap stands with his strapper and mate, Tommy Woodcock, before his trip to the United States. (Image: Charles P S Boyer/National Library of New Zealand)

Phar Lap’s achievements

The 1930s champion thoroughbred, standing at 1.74m tall with a deep chestnut coat, often carried a significant weight handicap and came from humble origins. Born in New Zealand in 1926, Phar Lap was an underdog cheaply leased by an unknown trainer, Harry Telford, and he did not appear to have any racing talent.

Despite these disadvantages, Phar Lap surprised the nation and dominated the Australian racing industry. He won 37 races from 51 starts, usually winning by several lengths and racing at a spectacular half paced speed.

“He was a biological freak,” says Mark. “The horse had amazing endurance, and did some amazing things under stress.”

One of Phar Lap’s biggest accomplishments was his performance during the 1930 Melbourne Cup, carrying a 62kg handicap for his age group. He was the only horse in Australian history to have been favourite for the Melbourne Cup three years in a row.

During the 1930 Melbourne Spring Carnival, Phar Lap won four races in seven days and this was after he survived an assassination attempt, a gunshot fired from a nearby motor car.

“He survived an assassination attempt on Saturday morning, won an event that Saturday, went into hiding, won the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday, won another event on Thursday, and won another event on Saturday,” says Mark, adding “That will never, ever happen again.”

Phar Lap’s last race

Unsurprisingly, Phar Lap won his last race in Mexico with flying colours.

The entire nation watched in awe as Phar Lap went from second to last to first on the track. “The horse was able to do something quite spectacular by giving up so much head start at the beginning, and then being able to run down the horses in the lead,” Mark says.

His remarkable performance in Agua Caliente made it even harder for Australians to accept his death just 16 days later.

“The illness of Phar Lap was kept secret”

After the race, Phar Lap was taken back up to San Francisco with strapper Tommy Woodcock where he would spend the last few days of his life.

“Phar Lap dead: collapse in California.” The stinging reality of Melbourne’s The Argus newspaper headline on 7 April struck the nation, and the racehorse’s death was the leading news story in Australia for several days.

“Phar Lap, the champion Australian racehorse, was stricken this morning by symptoms of colic, which developed so rapidly that veterinary surgeons were unable to counteract the illness,” The Argus reported. “The illness of Phar Lap was kept a secret by the stable.”

The uncertainty surrounding the death riled the country. Conspiracy theories that the horse was sabotaged soon spread among the press and the public, while rumours surfaced that Phar Lap was poisoned by American gangsters who were threatened by his winning streak.

In 2011, new evidence came to light confirming Phar Lap died as a result of arsenic ingestion. Unfortunately, how or why Phar Lap consumed the arsenic remains unknown.

We may never know who is to blame for Phar Lap’s death, but that immediate instinct to blame America is significant, says Mark, as it reflects an overall deflation of national pride.

“Phar Lap was considered a symbol of national achievement. And by winning in the United States and proving an Australian can conquer the biggest and the most powerful nation in the world, Australians took a lot of confidence out of that,” he says. “And for Phar Lap to die, meant that a lot of Australia’s confidence through that horse dissipated.”

Over eight decades later, Australians still feel angered and betrayed by the ambiguity surrounding their beloved racehorse’s downfall.

The death of Phar Lap was not just the death of a horse it was also, in many ways, a loss of cultural identity.

Phar Lap’s heart, weighing 6.35kg, is on display at the National Museum of Australia. The phrase “a heart as big as Phar Lap’s” signifies strength, power, and generosity. (Image: National Museum of Australia)
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“Ambassador David Nicholas’ death is a great loss and he will be missed,” said Helsinki Commission Chairman Senator Sam Brownback (R KS). “His contributions to human rights during his long, distinguished and varied career will be his lasting legacy. In the last two years, as head of the OSCE office in Kiev, Ambassador Nicholas contributed greatly to the development of democracy in Ukraine, especially during the recent, historic Presidential elections.”

“Like so many others, I am saddened to hear of Ambassador Nicholas’ death,” said Helsinki Commission Co Chairman Rep. Christopher H. Smith (R NJ). “Ambassador Nicholas was widely respected within the OSCE and beyond for his important and effective role whether in supporting projects in Ukraine such as anti human trafficking hotlines, assistance to the Ukrainian judicial system and legislature, or helping the transition of former military personnel to civilian life.”

“Ambassador David Nicholas’ death is sad,” said Helsinki Commission Ranking Member Rep. Benjamin L. Cardin (D MD). “The OSCE Project Coordinator’s Office, under Ambassador Nicholas’ leadership, performed a vital task in the lead up to and during last year’s presidential elections in Ukraine through its support of a wide range of activities aimed at promoting transparent and fair electoral processes.”

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Moore, Samuel H., 91, certified public accountant and Army veteran, died Wednesday, Jan. 31. Services pending. Moore’s Southlawn.

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Smith, Terry Leslie, 68, state fire marshal and Navy veteran, died Tuesday, Jan. 30. 29. Friday, Cemetery. 27. 29. Saturday, Prue Assembly.

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