- Jarock Humeniuk was discovered dead in a north Edmonton house in May 2017.
- The baby’s killer releases a statement.
The killing of the infant:
Almost two years after Christopher Lamarche supposedly killed his six-month-old son, he re-enacted the harrowing view for a deemed crime boss.
Lamarche, 27, is on the case in Edmonton Court of Queen’s Bench, accused of the second-degree crime of Jarock Humeniuk who, according to police, died on May 28, 2017, of short force injury.
Almost a year after the infant’s death, Edmonton police began Project Hope. The 13-month involved Mr Big secret work finished with a special meeting between Lamarche and the assumed crime boss on a yacht in Vancouver.
The name of Mr Big, a secret RCMP officer, is defended by a court-ordered publication ban.
On July 4, 2019, Lamarche had heard that police were seemingly poised to catch him for killing his son. Mr Big insisted he had received a medical examiner’s opinion that indicated Jarock’s death as a crime.
“The good thing about it is whenever it’s an infant homicide, they have to have two medical examiner reports,” Mr Big distorted. “Just so happens to be [that] our guy is the other guy.” Source – cbc.ca
The undercover officer insisted he had a doctor on his staff prepared to write another report managing the baby deceased of natural events.
“So this is where we talk about telling the truth now,” Mr Big stated. “I need to know what happened that night so I can call [the medical examiner] and say, ‘OK this is what happened, make it … go away.'” Source – cbc.ca