The canadian gardener Bruce McArthur, 67, has on Tuesday at the court in Toronto confessed to the killing of eight men from the gay community.
It writes the Associated Press.
Bruce McArthur stood in the courtroom and pleaded 'guilty' eight times, as the judge read from the indictment. Sentencing will take place 4. February.
the Police found last year the remains of the seven men buried in the plant containers on a property, where McArthur had worked. The eighth victim was later found in a ravine behind the same property.
Prosecutor Michael Cantlon have indicated that the case involved the abduction, sexual assault, as well as the severing of the bodies.
the Victims were found buried on this property in Toronto. Photo: AFP
McArthur moved to Toronto around the year 2000 and lived outwardly a quiet life in a suburb with his wife and two children. His nursery had to check in need extra help, including a 40-year-old man who disappeared in 2010.
most of The victims had a middle eastern or asian background and were living on the edge of the canadian society. Their disappearance attracted a lot of attention.
One victim hidden for his arab family that he was gay. A second victim was an immigrant with drug abuse, and a third victim was homeless and prostitute, writes the Associated Press.
Bruce McArthur in court in Toronto. Photo: Reuters
But when Andrew Kinsman disappeared, it was noticed in the LGBT community in Toronto. The 49-year-old activist and bartender and had many friends, and the police was alerted.
McArthur was arrested six months later.
the Police have called Bruce McArthur as a serial killer and fear there are more victims.