Update 1/24: Making a movie
Although strange things happening at the Sherman mansion are expected, this had people doing double takes.
As it has been for the past 40 days, a Toronto Police car on Wednesday was out front of the York Mills mansion of billionaire couple Honey and Barry Sherman, who were found dead inside Dec. 15. Two police forensic vans were also parked inside the yellow tape.
All seemed to be routine until something happened that caught people’s attention.
Up rolled a silver Ford Mustang with a driver that looked like Barry Sherman at the wheel.
Update 12/24 – priming us for not ever knowing – an endless psyOp.
What happens if police never find out who is responsible for the deaths of Honey and Barry Sherman?
Notice how the above article does not quote even one actual official. These are all clues that we are witnessing a staged and manufactured hoax. Words are chosen carefully to avoid real legal complications.
- a Toronto police source
- former homicide detective
- a detective
The bodies of billionaire Barry Sherman, 75, and Honey Sherman, 70, were found inside their home at 50 Old Colony Rd. on Dec. 15. Here’s what we know so far: — A Toronto police source told the Star it was the Shermans’ real estate agent, who had been helping sell the home recently listed for $6.9 million, who found the bodies, entering the home after being unable to make contact with the couple. — Hours after the bodies were discovered, a detective confirmed no suspect was being sought and police have not said otherwise in the days since. — A police source confirmed to the Star that an early working theory for investigators was that the deaths were a case of murder-suicide. Barely 24 hours after the Shermans’ bodies were found, their four children released a statement blasting that scenario as a “rumour,” something close friends of the Shermans have also said. — Two days after the bodies were found, the Toronto police homicide squad officially took over as lead investigator; however, neither death has been deemed a homicide. Police are still calling the deaths suspicious. — Toronto police says the cause of death for both Shermans had been “ligature neck compression.” The pathological term describes death from hanging or strangulation with a ligature — an object such as a belt or rope. — A police source told the Star that the couple was found together, by their indoor pool, hanging off a nearby structure in a semi-sitting position. — Former homicide cops told the Star that investigators will be exploring all possibilities in the deaths, including murder-suicide, double suicide or double homicide. — Still yet to come back are toxicology results, which may help provide new information, including whether any drugs had been ingested.
All the top political actors were out in full force today. The family condemns the conspiracy theories propagated by, who else, the intelligence laced media. The usual smiles and jokes and lack of tears from the family.
This story is going from a whodunit to a media circus. Perhaps now is the time to look into media fakery.
Late Monday, the funeral home Benjamin’s Park Memorial Chapel confirmed that a service was set for Thursday at 11 a.m. at the International Centre, a large convention centre near Pearson International Airport that can accommodate thousands. The chapel would provide no further details.