The daddy of Lindsay Buziak, the 24-year-old Victoria precise property agent killed all through a house viewing in 2008, has launched a GoFundMe advertising and marketing marketing campaign to revitalize the investigation.
The murder stays one of many essential high-profile unsolved killings in Canada.
What most likely started as a typical Saturday for 24-year-old Lindsay Buziak took a tragic flip after plenty of stab wounds led to her untimely lack of life.
On February 2nd, 2008, the up-and-coming realtor was tricked by her murderers into displaying a million-dollar dwelling throughout the Gordon Head area of Saanich.
That exact same day, she was found mutilated in an upstairs mattress room of the home at 1702 De Souza Place.
Lindsay’s father, Jeff Buziak, has been gathering particulars in regards to the homicide for years, launching a website online and creating an in depth timeline.
This 12 months marked 14 years given that lethal day.
“Lindsay was very popular. She was a realtor, well-liked. My daughter was executed viciously, for what? We have no idea,” Jeff instructed Victoria Buzz in an interview.
Investigators think about the couple organized the meeting using a pay as you go cellphone that was later determined to be registered to a fake title in Metro Vancouver.
The model new GoFundMe was spurred on after the mother of the earlier boyfriend of Lindsay Buziak launched a defamation lawsuit in opposition to Jeff Buziak.
On April twenty fifth, licensed counsel for Shirley Zailo filed the uncover of civil declare in BC Supreme Court docket docket and named Jeff Buziak, along with Vancouver resident Jane Kavanagh, as defendants.
The lawsuit alleged that Kavanagh, using on-line aliases, wrote defamatory suggestions on a weblog website online owned and operated by Jeff Buziak, which publishes data and theories regarding the still-unsolved homicide.
Buziak acknowledged he has exhausted all of his property “throughout the pursuit of justice”, along with the $500,000 reward he pledged in 2012 by means of the media to hunt out her killer.
“I proceed to owe further, along with a lawsuit I’m at current combating, along with two others, for our efforts to hunt out Lindsay’s killers,” Jeff Buziak acknowledged in an announcement.
“Fixing this case means justice for Lindsay, all people who beloved her, and women who’re victims of violence all over the place.”
Primarily based on the GoFundMe, Jeff Buziak is aiming to carry $50,000 which can most likely be spent on hiring a private investigative company, Zonta Evaluation Group, who’ve already prepare a tip line on their website online.
Funds would even be allotted in course of “an skilled media advertising and marketing marketing campaign” along with posters and sponsored social media posts.
“There’s not a day that goes by that I’m not dealing with Lindsay’s murder,” Jeff acknowledged, pointing to an investigation he feels was mishandled by Saanich Police.
“Linsday’s gone; she’s gone. Gone. Not at all to return.”
“All I’ve are good recollections of a fantastic daughter. That hurts, so I do it for her.”
Anyone with particulars in regards to the case is requested to contact the Saanich Police Division at 250-475-4356 or toll free at 1-888-980-1919.