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Dec 7, 2010

More reports on the Killing of Canadian sailor, Milan Egrmajer

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Honduran authorities still have no suspects for Thursday night’s grisly killing of fifty-five year old Milan Egrmajer.  The Canadian sailor was killed on his private yacht while he and his daughter, twenty four year old Myda sheltered from a bad storm in a lagoon off the coast of Honduras.  Myda has since travelled to northern Ontario where she is said to be putting on a brave face as she deals with the trauma of her father’s murder.  His body was discovered inside the boat by Honduran authorities on Friday, after she managed to ward off the attackers using a flare gun.  The occupants of the Tessa PG oil tanker that was leaving Honduras for Belize picked up the distraught young woman and brought her to shore here where local authorities took a statement from her.  She departed the country on Sunday. The story has been in the headlines in Canada since Saturday and here’s what CTV reports.

{Report from CTV News in Canada…}

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5 Responses for “More reports on the Killing of Canadian sailor, Milan Egrmajer”

  1. Earl Grey says:

    THE REAL PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN……..

  2. jdfh says:

    her story stinks. i believe that she killed him.

  3. Robert says:

    I wish our Coast Guard could be equipped with something faster than what we have, or a lot more of them, so we can get help to people before it’s too late. any ideas?

  4. Eleanor says:

    Yah,I was thinking that either we are not haring the whole story or that she is being deceitful by omission.There is definitely more to the story but from the story the lady told, it sounds very fishy.

  5. Donna says:

    I did not find this young woman believable at all, a sailor who does not teach a novice how to use the radio, sorry but this story smells fishy to me!

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