"I Really Wanted Him To Live," Recalls The Man Who Helped A Dying Christopher Husbands
In this courtroom sketch, Christopher Husbands appears in court in Toronto on Monday, June 4, 2012. Police say the suspect in Saturday's shooting at Toronto's Eaton Centre was under house arrest for a previous charge. Twenty-three year-old Christopher Husbands of Toronto turned himself in today and faces one count of first-degree murder and six counts of attempted murder. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tammy Hoy
Slowing the car to a crawl, Irvine peered out the car window as he pulled toward the figure on the street. There he saw a young man sprawled out on the eastbound lane, his wrists wrapped in duct tape and blood oozing from fresh stab wounds on his face and chest.
That man, lying alone in a pool of his own blood on the wintry night, would three months later become a household name in Toronto.
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