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The Country Boy Killer: The True Story of Serial Killer Cody Legebokoff (Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked the Nation Book 6) Kindle Edition
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Cody Legebokoff was young, handsome, came from a good family and actually had a pretty decent childhood! It would be hard to imagine him capable of murder, but to find out he was actually a serial killer that in the end got him convicted of his horrendous crimes, just kind of catches you off guard!
Legebokoff was arrested at the age of 20 during a traffic stop for speeding. As the officers were questioning him, they began to suspect that there was more. The series of tall tales he was telling to explain discrepancies was nothing short of fantastic. They first assumed he was guilty of poaching and followed his tire tracks looking for the deer they thought he had killed. At the end of their search, they found the worst-case scenario.
The investigation that revealed earlier crimes was thorough and professionally conducted as was the trial. The attorneys and the judge did an excellent job, and the jurors considered the evidence carefully before submitting their verdict. The tall tales Legebokoff told from the witness stand were so unbelievable that he would have been better off not testifying.
This is a tragic case, not only for the victims and their families, but for the young man and his family as well.