BC murder suspects Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky reportedly recorded a “last will and testament” on a cellphone before they committed suicide in the northern Manitoba wilderness.
According to the Star Vancouver, a family member confirmed that about 30 seconds of the video was discovered on a cellphone and shared with the teens’ families.
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The video reportedly contains footage of McLeod and Schmegelsky sharing the “details for their remains.”
The family member described it as a “last will and testament.”
The RCMP have not confirmed this video exists or released any further information.
Police confirmed last week that the Port Alberni teens died in what appears to be “suicides by gunfire.”
The pair were each facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of Vancouver resident Leonard Dyck, whose body was found near a burnt-out pickup truck, close to Dease Lake, BC on July 19.
They were also suspects in the deaths of couple Chynna Noelle Deese from North Carolina and Lucas Robertson Fowler of Australia.