Video: Russell Williams confession, Pt. 1





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Published on Oct 20, 2010

OPP Det. Sgt. Jim Smyth presents evidence to Col. Russell Williams in a videotaped interrogation Feb 7, 2010. The video was played during Williams' sentencing hearing in Belleville Oct. 20, 2010.

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keith benoit
Scott Leckie?
guy couldnt even ditch the boots what an amatuer
kaye V
He looks up at the camera kind a like Casey Anthony the SHE asked if there were cameras
Brian Jones
Dummy should have lawyered up
Scary.  It does not occur to anyone that their boss might kill them.
+edge9090  Yes it's true the Maximum sentence,in Canada is 25 yrs,but don't forget ,that Serial Killers like Clifford Olson,Paul Bernardo and other scumbags like them,when they're get locked up thet WILL be locked up under,the "Dangerous Offenders Act" which guarantees,that they will die in Prison! Once an Inmate gets Classified as a "Dangerous Offender",mean that he or she is an Extreem Danger to the Public and the Sentence will become Indefinite. Of course a special Parole Board that only oversees DOs,can make a decision and give Parole.But as far as I know it never ever happened in the case of a Serial Killer or not even a Violent  Serial Sexual Predator's case!! So trust me Fuckers Olson Bernardo will never be free again
kaye V
Someone else's booths like mine, and someone else's Pathfinder like mine, and someone else's tires like mine, were at Jessica's home and my DNA, is the same as someone else's DNA...YOU GOT THE WRONG GUY!  He's not a good lying he trip's up a few times when he speaks- never mind his body language.  He says he wants to make MY lie wife's life easier and he as a Colonel said he met Marie on an airplane-I think he would call it the correct name and  he stumbled when asked where he was when Jessica went messing and he tripped up on his lie he had the stu...mac flu.   He couldn't beat all the evidence against him.  I think he wanted to make his life better and unburden himself when he heard this would cost at least 10 million I think that had more of an impact on him then someone's life because he was (I understood him to be thrifty with his money) Williams did so much organizing supplies to Haiti and charity work he had to had compassion for those woman sooner or later if not in his cell along wishing he could get out and fly again...all that gone, gone and those women with careers that mattered 
The idea that you are looking for ways to save taxes instead of empathizing with the victims families is troubling to me.
Ya he's one of the good ones. Tell that to the victim's families.
Jane Doe
You have to respect him for 'manning up to his crimes' and saving the taxpayers from having to PAY to prosecute/convict him and for having empathy for his wife and the notoriety his crimes would bring her. Psychopath Killers typically will 'use' anyone to get what they want and have NO empathy for others nor their victims although some may Pretend they do if they think it will benefit them to do so; aka the Jodi Arias' of the World. 
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