Jennifer developed a mental strategy to deal with her lies. While supposedly studying at U of T, she had told her parents about an exciting new development: she was volunteering at the blood-testing lab at SickKids. The gig sometimes required late-night shifts on Fridays and weekends.
But Hann noticed something odd: Jennifer had no uniform or key card from SickKids. So the next day, he insisted that they drop her off at the hospital. As soon as the car stopped, she sprinted inside, and Hann instructed Bich to follow her. Realizing she was being tailed by her mom, Jennifer hid in the waiting area of the ER for a few hours until they left. When Jennifer finally came home, Hann confronted her. Bich wept. Hann was apoplectic. He told Jennifer to get out and never come back, but Bich convinced him to let their daughter stay. They forbade her from seeing Daniel.
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They ordered her to quit all of her jobs except for teaching piano and began tracking the odometer on the car. Jennifer was madly in love with Daniel, and lonely, too. For two weeks, she was housebound, her mother by her side nearly constantly—though Bich told Jennifer where her dad had hidden her phone, so she could periodically check her messages.
Eventually, she was allowed some measure of freedom, and she enrolled in a calculus course to get her final high school credit. In the morning, Bich went into the room to get it and discovered Jennifer was gone.
Bich and Hann ordered Jennifer to come home immediately. They demanded that she apply to college—she could still be a pharmacy lab technician or nurse—and told her that she had to cut off all contact with Daniel. Jennifer resisted, but Daniel had grown weary of their secret romance. He told her to figure out her life, and he broke off their relationship.
Jennifer was heartbroken. Shortly thereafter, she learned that Daniel was seeing a girl named Christine. In an attempt to win back his attention and discredit Christine, she concocted a bizarre tale. She told him a man had knocked on her door and flashed what looked like a police badge.
When she opened the door, a group of men rushed in, overpowered her and gang-raped her in the foyer of her house. Then a few days later, she said, she received a bullet in an envelope in her mailbox. Both instances, she alleged, were warnings from Christine to leave Daniel alone.
In the spring of , Jennifer reconnected with Andrew Montemayor, a friend from elementary school. The notion intrigued Jennifer, who began imagining how much better her life would be without her father around. Montemayor introduced Jennifer to his roommate, Ricardo Duncan, a goth kid with black nail polish. Over bubble tea in between her piano lessons, according to Jennifer, they hatched a plan for Duncan to murder her father in a parking lot at his work, a tool and die company called Kobay Enstel, near Finch and McCowan.
But Duncan stopped answering her calls, and by early July, Jennifer realized she had been ripped off. Duncan says she called him in early July, hysterical, requesting that he come and kill her parents. Jennifer asked what the going rate was for a contract killing.
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Jennifer was careful to use her iPhone for crime-related conversations and her Samsung phone for everything else. Kids in costume streaming up and down the street provided the perfect cover. On the afternoon of November 2, the plan took an unexpected turn. Daniel texted Jennifer, saying that he felt as strongly about Christine as she did about him.
Suddenly everything was thrown into question. You said you wanted this with or without me. That evening, Jennifer watched Gossip Girl and Jon and Kate Plus Eight in her bedroom while Hann read the Vietnamese news down the hall before heading to bed around p.
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Bich was out line dancing with a friend and cousin. At approximately p. At p. Jennifer went downstairs to say good night to Bich and, as Jennifer later admitted, unlock the front door a statement she eventually retracted. Moments later, Crawford, Mylvaganam and a third man named Eric Carty walked through the front door, all three carrying guns. Upstairs, Carty confronted Jennifer outside her bedroom door. According to Jennifer, Carty tied her arms behind her using a shoelace. You talk too much!
Bich began weeping, pleading with the men not to hurt their daughter. Carty led Jennifer back upstairs and tied her arms to the banister, while Mylvaganam and Crawford took Bich and Hann to the basement and covered their heads with blankets. They shot Hann twice, once in the shoulder and then in the face. He crumpled to the floor. They shot Bich three times in the head, killing her instantly, then fled through the front door.ughstroj.ru/includes/nayti/znakomstvo-s-devochkami-12-let-v-kontakte.php
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Jennifer somehow managed to reach her phone, tucked into the waistband of her pants, and dial despite, as she later claimed, having her hands tied behind her back. I need help! Jennifer yelled down that she was calling Hann stumbled outside, screaming wildly, and encountered his startled neighbour, who was about to leave for work, in the driveway next door. The neighbour called Police and an ambulance arrived at the scene minutes later, and Hann was rushed to a nearby hospital, then airlifted to Sunnybrook. York Regional Police interviewed Jennifer just before 3 a.
She told them that the men had entered the house looking for money, tied her to the banister, and taken her parents to the basement and shot them. Two days later, the police brought her in again to give a second statement. At their request, she showed how she contorted her body to get her phone—a flip phone—out of her waistband to place a call while tied to a banister.
If it were indeed a home invasion, why did the intruders not take the car? And most important: why would they shoot two witnesses but leave one unharmed? By November 12, Hann had woken up from his three-day induced coma. On November 22, the police brought Jennifer in for a third interview. This one developed a different tone: the detective, William Goetz, said that he knew she was involved in the crime. He knew that she had lied to him, and said it was in her best interest to fess up. Over nearly four hours, Jennifer spun out an absurd explanation. She said the attack had been an elaborate plan to commit suicide gone horribly wrong.