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Serial Killer Was Nice and Friendly

More in formation is coming out about Loujack Nougues Café . Some of  it is quite contradictory.

A neighbor of victim George Washington Burnett remembers Loujack from the area in an interview.

Adam Bomberry knew the young man as RJ and believed he was a friend of Burnett. His wife Angel, who often brought the 82-year-old Stirton Street man food and did his laundry, said the young man was seen in the neighbourhood all the time, sometimes on a bike, and described him as “quiet and friendly.”

That’s why they were shocked when the saw a picture of the young man on TV — the man who Hamilton police say killed Burnett and a well-known panhandler and is the random stabber who terrorized central Hamilton late last year.

The Bomberrys also recall the accused showing up at their home, which is across the street from Burnett’s, when police were searching the crime scene last September.

“He asked permission to come on our property,” Adam Bomberry said, adding the young man was polite and wanted to know what happened.

“He looked like he was concerned, that’s all. I’d seen him conversing with George. I thought they were friends.”

From Here

It is common for serial killers to be around crime scenes, they like to immerse themselves into their crimes in as many ways as possible.

Another article paints a very different view of Loujack from the statement above.

He calls himself Apollyon Vetis Mastema. King of the Demons of Hell.

And he is accused of being a serial killer.

His real name is Loujack Nougues Café and he is charged with fatally stabbing two people — leaving a knife in the throat of George Washington Burnett, who was found in his own bed, and dumping the body of Laura Young in a back alley snowbank. He is also charged with randomly knifing three pedestrians on the sidewalks of our city. Those attacks — perhaps even more so than the murders — sent a chill over the community for nearly three months.

Café’s Facebook pages paint a portrait of a man interested in demonology, gangstas and Marxism.

On one page The Spectator has learned belongs to Café, he draws from a lexicon of demon names from various cultures and dubs himself Apollyon Vetis Mastema and “Hansom Dvil” (sic).

One photo of Café, digitally manipulated, shows him with red eyes, blood dripping from his mouth, a pitchfork-carrying devil on his shoulder and two handguns placed near his head in a way that evokes horns.

Words superimposed on the doctored photo say “Blood King,” “Blood Killa 666,” “Great Original Devil (GOD)” and “Beast Blood.”

Rap lyrics on the page say “Redrum/Pouring out some redrum for my fall soldiers/Tdot (sic) eastside Scartown to downtown redtown/Regent Park, the Parkers/It ain’t just pouring liquor it’s repaying with murder.”

Redrum is murder spelled backwards.

Café is facing two counts of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted murder.

Photos and more information here.

Two sides of the same coin. 

Another Canadian Serial Killer

Hamilton police have charged an alleged serial killer with the murders of two people and the random stabbings of three others last year.

Loujack Nougues Café, 25, of no fixed address, was arrested Friday in and charged with two counts of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted murder.

Laura Young, 37, was the first victim, found stabbed to death just after 9 a.m. dumped in a snowbank behind 116 Cathcart St. on Feb. 16. She was a well-known panhandler in the downtown, whose death sparked a community-organized vigil.

Her mom, Fay McPhail, said she was “smiling” and “happy” when police came to her home to share news of the arrest. But when she found out he is charged in four subsequent attacks she was horrified but not surprised her daughter’s alleged killer may have struck again.

McPhail calls Young her “angel.”

It was seven months after Young’s murder, on Sept 6., that George Washington Burnett, 82, was found lying in his bed, with a knife in his neck, at 55 Stirton St. His son David and concerned friends had come to check on him and found his body.

The next three attacks took place between Nov. 7 and Dec. 12, when three people were randomly stabbed on city streets. Police had been looking for a “random stabber” associated with all three incidents.

“I believe it’s probably a relief in our neighbourhood,” said Adam Bomberry of the arrest. Bomberry kept an eye on Burnett along with his wife Angel, bringing him food and doing his laundry.

“Every day I look across the street and think of my friend.”

A member of Burnett’s family reached by The Spectator did not recognize Café’s name.

The random stabbing caused widespread fear among many in central Hamilton, as police had warned residents to be vigilant.

Staff Sgt. Steve Hrab would not comment on how Café allegedly chose his victims.

Hrab said police continue to believe Burnett’s murder “wasn’t a random act.”

McPhail said her daughter didn’t know Café.

The arrest happened after police received new information in the last 48 hours, Hrab said.

Café briefly appeared by phone in a Hamilton courtroom Saturday morning. He spoke quickly and clearly, with no emotion, indicating that he understood the charges against him.

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