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jQuery("img#storyphoto.tabClick").click(function() { tabClick(' - Photos Tab',false,'storypage','story_photo_content',true,true); ); Rocco Luka Magnotta Photograph by: Screen grab , Facebook MONTREAL - Luka Rocco Magnotta, the lone suspect in a brutal Montreal killing that made headlines around the world, is back home to face justice on Canadian soil. Magnotta landed aboard a military plane that took off from Germany, where the 29-year-old was arrested earlier this month following an international manhunt, and he arrived at Mirabel airport near Montreal just before 7 p.m. Monday. A convoy of emergency vehicles, with flashing lights, rolled out to meet Magnotta. A half-dozen men escorted him down the stairs off the plane, onto the tarmac, and into a minivan in the convoy. Standing nearby were armed guards, at least one carrying an assault weapon. Magnotta was being restrained on the plane, federal sources said. His fellow passengers on the military transport aircraft included officials and law enforcement from Canada and Germany, those sources added. Magnotta is expected to face numerous criminal charges, including first-degree murder. Police said he could face a judge Tuesday. As the gory case moved back to Canada, authorities in Germany were breathing a sigh of relief Monday. "We are glad that he's gone," said Martin Steltner, a spokesman for Berlin's prosecutor's office, on Monday. "(There's) a lot of trouble in this case." The stomach-churning details of the Montreal slaying, and the subsequent international police search, whipped up a storm of media interest around the world. Magnotta was arrested in a Berlin Internet cafe after Montreal police issued a warrant for his alleged connection to last month's killing and dismemberment of Montreal university student Jun Lin. The male escort and porn actor, originally from Scarborough, Ont., was accompanied on the flight by Montreal police officers. Federal sources said the plane was also carrying German and Canadian officials, Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers and Canada Border Services Agency employees. The plane was already in Germany when it added Magnotta as a passenger. The Quebec prosecutor's office said Magnotta would likely have to appear in court within 24 hours following his extradition, in keeping with Article 503 of the Criminal Code. Given the severity of his alleged crimes, Magnotta was being restrained during the flight. <a href=" Wars 2.gw2.Gold.Info.aspx">gw2 gold</a> His supposed victim, Lin, was found in multiple pieces. Lin's torso was found locked inside a suitcase in an alley outside Magnotta's Montreal apartment building. His hands and feet were mailed separately to the offices of political parties in Ottawa and schools in Vancouver. DNA tests have confirmed that all the body parts belong to Lin, a Chinese national studying computer science at Concordia University. The 33-year-old's head has still not been found and police have made its recovery a priority so the family can have some measure of closure. Police also believe the killer videotaped the Lin's death and posted the footage online. Public Safety Minister Vic Toews said Monday that he's been pleased with the co-operation between Quebec police and government departments, particularly National Defence for providing a plane on short notice. He noted that Magnotta himself had sped up the process by declining to contest his extradition. Magnotta could have delayed that extradition but chose not to fight it. "The suspect in this case decided to voluntarily return to Canada, so that this matter can proceed as quickly as possible," Toews said in Ottawa. <a href=" Wars 2.gw2.Gold.Info.aspx">guild wars 2 gold</a> Toews and Nicholson also thanked German officials Monday for the suspect's swift extradition. <a href=" Wars 2.gw2.Gold.Info.aspx">gw2 gold</a> "It is important that Canadians can have confidence that those who are accused of serious crimes will face the full force of the law," they said in a joint statement. "Canada values the co-operation of its international partners in the fight against crime." xboter 2014
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