Lindsay Buziak Murder


Lindsay Buziak Murder

on November 11, 2011



This site has been created for the sole purpose of sharing information to help SOLVE THE HEINOUS MURDER of LINDSAY BUZIAK of Victoria B.C. Canada.  Lindsay Buziak was a beautiful hardworking 24 year old woman who was viciously murdered in the Victoria suburb of Saanich at 1702 De Sousa Place on February 2, 2008.  She was stabbed to death at 5:38 – 5:41 p.m. while performing her duty as a ReMax Camosun Realtor showing a vacant home For Sale to a couple.  Her killers and planners are still free.  Her murder remains unsolved by Saanich Police lead by Constable Chris Horsley.  If you have any information which could lead to the arrest of the people involved in Lindsay’s murder please contact CRIME STOPPERS or Lindsay’s father Jeff Buziak:  There is a reward being offered.

This site is for the exclusive use of serious individuals wanting to make posts and share their information and personal thoughts that pertain to Lindsay’s murder.  We are grateful for your support.  Justice must be imposed on those individuals involved in this heinous act.  As Facebook has closed down discussion boards this is where our quest will continue for the truth and facts pertaining to Lindsay’s mysterious execution style murder.  Information on this site is from personal opinions and cannot be guaranteed or warranted by this site or its administrators in any way.

Thank You,

Justice for Lindsay Supporters

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6,625 responses to “Lindsay Buziak Murder

  1. arunkumar says:

    may be is lover friends r lindsay friends .
    u just go through thr friends u may find the cule.

  2. Kay Tyler says:

    I have just seen the documentary of this poor girls murder. Having children and grandchildren myself i could not even begin to think of the pain this has caused this family.
    I really do hope you get answers and those horrific unhuman pieces of dirt are caught. If they are I would hope they could bring back the electric chair as they deserve every bit of pain they put Lindsey through and you as a family. Totally heartbreaking 💔 x

  3. Judi says:

    I’m listening to Murder in my Family. I can hear the pain in her father’s voice. I hear his resolve. He is brutally honest about his belief that “murder is business.” He has a commitment to self care. I have no words except I hope he succeeds in finding the persons responsible.

  4. B Huntsberry says:

    I’ve seen Lindsey’s story on Dateline & Still a mystery, has anyone explored the possibility that it could be a rival agent? The murder was extremely well executed, well planned, and took very little time to commit. The fact that the perspective buyers used all the right lingo to lure Lindsey, large house, purchasing in 2 days, million dollar price tag, very enticing & something someone in the real estate industry would have great knowledge of. May God keep you & I pray that these perpetrators are found so that Lindsey & her family can get justice & prace

    • Svetlana says:

      The conspirators are realtors and someone who has money because asking in that manner is a rich person’s lingo. How difficult is that for the police to look into?

    • Robin says:

      Anyone explored that it could be a rival agent you ask? I guess you are new to this site because 99% of the people that are minimally read up on Lindsay’s unsolved murder all say BF— Jason Zailo and his mother Shirley Zailo. The coincidences are just too many to think otherwise. If only Lindsay’s murder investigation could get into the hands of real cops who happen to care enough to solve this murder it’s pretty likely you’ll see the connection to the Remax that Lindsay worked at. Unfortunately Lindsay attended the same real estate class as Jason’s brother Ryan Zailo and there starts the nasty business. Too bad the Zailo’s didn’t/don’t keep their nasty deeds amongst their nasty group. Wackos

      • ConnectTheDots says:

        Well said.

      • OceanWaves says:

        Other people were in that Real Estate class besides Lindsay and Ryan. Think about it. There’s always background people that you never hear about that are just as connected. Taking a class with someone does not make you a potential murderer but does make you a potential colleague which in turn can make you a potential suspect in this case. If it was a “rival” here are her characteristics:
        1. people compared her physically to Lindsay and the rival would have been closer in age to Lindsay than Shirley Zailo.
        2. people compared her personality to Lindsay
        3. She and Lindsay would have had a love interest in common (although Lindsay may not have been interested, the male interest to the “rival” in question would have taken an interest in Lindsay and upset the rival
        4. people compared the rivals career path to Lindsay’s career path.
        5. people close to the rival told the rival “why don’t you be more like Lindsay”
        That would have driven the rival out of their mind. No matter what the rival did, she was always being compared to Lindsay. I would bet friends of Lindsay would know who that rival is and have told the police about her. Where that information went, who knows. Until the file is marked cold, no one will know.
        6. Ultimately the rival thought she would loose her man to Lindsay and could not tolerate that thought.

  5. following says:

    The complete bottom line is all the coincidence to this crazy set up. Too planned, too obvious, too many predictable and disturbing coincidences. You need an independent investigator who is respected by Saanich police.

    • Robin says:

      Hi following
      Just a slight correction…. you need? Who’s you? Lindsay is dead, a 24 year old girl was viciously MURDERED by a out of control family who think they can fool the public and just carry on as if we won’t notice! This is not a YOU this is a WE. This is now a problem for every decent person breathing earth’s air.

  6. Robin says:

    This is such a tragic local murder also. As I was reading this article I noticed this comment that made me think WTF again when it comes to Lindsay’s murder investigation.
    Wendy Ladner Beaudry was murdered April 3, 2009. This article was written in April 3, 2019 and Wendy’s murder had already been turned over to the RCMP’s Major Crimes Special Projects Unit 5 years prior.
    Here’s the quote from the article.
    “the case was turned over to RCMP’s Major Crimes Special Projects Unit five years ago”.
    WTF? So that was 2014 and here we are 2020 and still the Saanich Police are Krazeee glued to Lindsay’s unsolved murder. Boy oh boy if that doesn’t scream COVER UP!!!! This is so frustrating, I swear on every bible on earth I will never rest til I, like Jeff Buziak see ARRESTS! Those Saanich Police are gangsters if you ask me. Special treatment for corrupt, connected, shifty dirtbags in B.C.’s capital city. Disgusting FK’s.

  7. Svetlana says:

    In this shocking story of today, it shows how inadequate policing is in BC against money laundering.This is disturbing and wonder why these criminals are getting away with it.
    Shooting at the Manzo Itamae Japanese Restaurant left Jian Jun Zhu dead and his associate, Paul King Jin, wounded.

    B.C. Attorney General David Eby says a deadly shooting at a Richmond restaurant on Friday that targeted two men alleged to be major money launderers is “very disturbing.”

    The shooting at the Manzo Itamae Japanese Restaurant left Jian Jun Zhu dead and his associate, Paul King Jin, wounded. Zhu was the subject of a major RCMP investigation into the alleged laundering of as much as $200 million a year.

    And Jin is alleged to have been involved in illegal gambling and laundering his criminal proceeds through Zhu’s underground bank, Silver International.
    B.C. Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson said his party will push crime and public safety as a significant election issue when the province goes to the polls this fall. He also said his concerns include the shooting that left Zhu dead, but offered no specifics about what the Liberals would do differently.

    ***There’s never been a public explanation by the RCMP or prosecutors as to why the charges were dropped in E-Pirate — B.C.’s largest money-laundering case — or why it has taken so long to decide whether to charge Jin for allegedly earning tens of millions of dollars from illegal gambling and loan-sharking.***

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