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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8,152 responses to “Lindsay Buziak Murder

  1. Jeff Buziak, father says:


    Lindsay Buziak Murder UNSOLVED 02/02/08

    Where is Justice in British Columbia for murdering a young woman?
    What the hell are Saanich police really doing besides nothing to protect women?
    Where is protection for young women in British Columbia?
    Obviously NOTHING and NON-EXISTENT!!

    Solving Lindsay’s murder isn’t the problem; Saanich police ARE the problem!

    Justice 4 Lindsay!

    Please watch this news clip from 2010!!!!!!!! PLEASE SHARE

    • IHeart80s says:

      New technology will catch them. I am running photos of both of these dresses through Samsung Bixby, an App and other programs as we speak. Whoever did this to Lindsay should turn themselves in stat. You don’t need to be an FBI agent to use modern technology. I am already getting matches. There is an eerily similar dress made by Alexander McQueen. That’s a designer. Not an everyday dress as the Saanich PD would have everyone believe.

  2. Allan says:

    I just came across your daughter’s case and am so sry to hear it.

    It’s definitely a personal grudge or an assassination 40 stabs shows anger or confirmed kill/kill secure!! And if there was no evidence left the killers were professionals, not ordinary amateurs who leaves proof behind which indicates a high-level group that was hired if someone went through all this to kill her with no sign of struggle from her which means they clearly know when to strike.
    She definitely knew something which was meant to be kept a secret.
    It’s a group which is not been identified yet which only the poor lady knew.
    A lady working for real estate will have a lot of high-level contacts.. in her cell phone or contact diary that killer or related to the killer is present somewhere definitely!! I just wanted to inform you of my intuition. Hope you catch the killers. No matter how clever they are. They always leave a clue behind please check every contacts even when she travelled away somewhere there will be a footprint even the killers would have forgotten..!! The killers could also be someone unrelated to real estate as well who she may have met in her travels.. might have exchanged numbers!! just giving you the possibilities..!!! Take care..

    • Darwin says:

      The murder of Lindsay Buziak- or what took place during her murder- is a succinct story, that can also be repeated as fiction. In other words it’s really happened and, it’s a fable. It illustrates a moral at the end which is “don’t show a vacant house alone at night without your boyfriend being there to people you do not know or to those who you cannot verify”. A lesson was being taught by people (Murderers) in the real estate world to people (Lindsay) in the real estate world. The only people that would concoct such a story are those living lives within the same story. It’s a story that is familiar to the murderers and everyone they do business alongside. It’s so familiar to them that they can’t see the weaknesses in their own tale. You know the phrase in Hollywood that goes “Straight outta central casting”? this one is “straight out of the MLS- multiple listing service”. It’s orchestrated by person (s) who know real estate inside and out. They know how to deal with a “green” agent, a newer agent, a young agent. They may not necessarily be realtors, brokers or agents, but are in business with them daily such as mortgage lenders, housekeeping services, managers, landlords or a combination of all of the above.
      Yes, you can believe that posts on this website are rattling the police and Lindsay’s murderers. Yes, you can believe that people are worried someone is talking. These murderers have avoided prison for 13 years. No more.
      I want to know: While Lindsay was living in her potential mother-in-laws rental unit (s) did Shirley Zailo take out insurance on Lindsay and Jason? Landlord insurance? Renters insurance? any kind of insurance?
      The province in Canada that recognizes common law is British Columbia. That means that both Jason and Lindsay were able to receive benefits that others just dating and not living together were able to receive.
      Taxes are due on April 30th each year. Lindsay was murdered on Feb 2nd, 2008, a full 68 days till taxes were due. Let’s pretend as if Jason was found to be amongst those who murdered Lindsay- an accessory to her murder. Why? Could the drug bust that occurred been more cash than what was reported to have been seized? upwards of $300K, but maybe it was more like two million? Where would the money go? if you are the girlfriend of cops and you are a realtor, perhaps they ask you and your mortgage broker son so spread the money around. The drug bust is a connection but that connection had to have spilled over closer to Lindsay. What she saw she should not have? Money laundering? falsified documents? stashes of additional cash and drugs?

    • Svetlana says:

      Do phone companies have digitally recorded conversations over cell phones? I know that with a landline it’s not possible unless it’s bugged intentionally. How about old voice mail messages? Can police retrieve old voice mail messages from Zailo’s and Lindsay and others?

      I really hope the FBI are coming along with the deletion of Facebook messages.

      • OceanWaves says:

        Had the RCMP been on this case which appears to cross multiple provinces from from the beginning they could have brought in one of the nearly 200 trained bloodhounds or trained dogs to trail the couple that was supposed to have met with Lindsay. What the govt. and police are not doing/ did not do is another reason why Lindsay’s murderers have not been found and arrested. It’s as if the authorities felt that it was so common for a realtor to be murdered on the job that it was a run of the mill investigation. There is nothing common or run of the mill about Lindsay’s murder. Murder is not normal. Please not accept any excuses from law enforcement.

  3. Kris says:

    Hello comment section. I’ve read most of the answers to my questions somewhere a while back but can’t seem to find them…Are there any solid ideas as to what it was that Lindsey saw that made her so worried? I know people in the drug trade are the scum that lines the gutters of society but I fail to comprehend how merely witnessing something could get one killed in such a awful manor. Why a knife and not a silenced pistol? Why wasn’t Shane Wilson stabbed instead of being shot? Did the Calgary bust happen before or after her visit to Alberta? I’ve heard LE knows the id of the burner phone purchaser is this true? Ive read through the comment section here and gone quite deep, and maybe I didn’t go deep enough but there seems to be an absence of discussion about a certain group of people that stick out in my mind as people that would at least have an idea of what happened.

  4. Ryan says:

    March 3, 2021: SZ calls Jeff
    March 5, 2021: Shane Wilson is murdered.

    What was posted on this site in the days immediately preceding that might have triggered these events? What new theory/post might have gotten someone or some people very worried that someone is talking?

  5. Sand says:

    I ve never seen such easy case unsolved , and police being totally useless.
    Sadly many things went in killers favor, including drugs thing, but they still made so many errors that point straight at them.

  6. Wyatt says:

    “Police and property officials say elaborate scams using fake passports and deceptive online techniques have been used in attempts to sell property without the owners knowing — including a case in Oak Bay that was only thwarted by a curious neighbour ……. Oak Bay police said a property in the 2100 block of Bartlett Drive was listed for sale without the consent of the legal owner and was being shown to prospective buyers before the scam was discovered.
    There was very limited suspect information to work with given that none of the witnesses had ever met in person with the suspect,” Oak Bay police said …..that the investigation with the assistance of Saanich police “is now concluded.”

    Ok, here comes my sarcastic side.

    So the Saanich PD “assisted” the Oak Bay PD to conclude this investigation, do you suppose the OBPD have any knowledge of the real estate corruption at the SPD with Horsley, Green, Zailo’s and Desousa? Were the SPD successful in yet another endeavour to divert suspicion from their real estate scandals, drug deals and money laundering? How is it that the SPD are able to maintain scandalous operations and blatant conflict of interest rules right under the noses of all those fine police agencies that surround the Saanich detachment? There’s a whole lot of chickens (literally) in the SPD and a whole lot of willful blindness being practiced in the house of lies and deceit. So in the end, my summary is – I didn’t believe the SPD were capable of assisting or solving ANY crime so I’m not biting this one!

    • ConnectTheDots says:

      Yes, Someone else asked how is it that no one else with some kind of political or editorial clout isn’t speaking up about this? I think it is because so many people are caught up in it and/or are afraid to speak up. That is the sad state of affairs.

    • Darwin says:

      Deceptive online techniques? What about video tampering? Jason is seen in the shot on Dateline Dream House Mystery video walking in the SHC parking lot. When he traverses the lot there is no paperwork in his hand. But all of a sudden- OUT OF NOWHERE you see paperwork in his hand just before he gets into the vehicle. The editing on that video was done by an amatuer. My blind in one eye grandmother could have done a better job. What you say? the cops have not arrested him? they have not charged Jason with this crime? Take the video from the Dateline Investigation ID episode here:
      the SHC lot following Jason to his SUV. Then use the setting on youtube playback speed to slow it way the heck down.

      Here is how to do that (slow down the video to .50 or .25, turn down the volume or it will be annoying) on your PC:

      And, here is how to slow down the same video on your iphone, ipad or smart phone:

      The time you are looking for just in this video are 10:23 to 10:27, right around 10:26 you see something white flash before they enter the vehicle.
      You can do that with Jason to his in person police interview video as well (slow down the speed) and watch his movements.
      The do it again to this video- Dateline Dream House Murder Episode 2. Here’s a completely different video (much lighter, without a second person) of Jason walking across the parking lot. Slow it down to .50 or .25 and watch him and the surrounding area.
      Two completely different videos of Jason walking across the parking lot at SHC. Ones dark the other is light. One has two people in it one has one person. One has no paperwork till the end and the other has what seems to be paperwork the entire time.
      What gives?

      • Svetlana says:

        How do they know that the time stamp on that video was correct? I am not sure if their camera adjusts for daylight savings time or if it has to be done manually?

        • OW says:

          Svetlana: I think you are right. The time stamps may also be fake. A result of video tampering and splicing. We can (before the police) probably prove that the time stamps are fake by finding out the camera brand, what the time stamps are supposed to look like and if there is a difference between what they are supposed to look like and what is on the alibi video for Jason. We find out, take it to the cops, the cops do not arrest Jason, someone can make a citizens arrest on Jason. The police have to accept that. Jason can also just turn himself in. It’s simple.

        • IHeart80s says:

          It’s given away that the time stamp is not legitimate if its across the bottom of the screen in a rather large font. If that is the actual footage, no one puts a time stamp at the very bottom of the screen because it blocks out some of the vantage point of the view. If your goal is to catch someone doing something inappropriate in the parking lot of the office park there, you would make the font small enough, so that you can cover a wider area of site. If the time stamp is not legitimate then neither is the entire video. It’s a fraud. I also see there is a day of the week listed in this sample.

    • Saanich Resident says:

      I think more conversation on specifics of SPD corruption and their ties to organized crime are much needed here.

      Wyatt, can we elaborate?

      • Rosanne says:

        I am going to say, it isn’t the ties, it is what looks like hands off that is concerning. Something is wrong when Victoria can make a 30million dollar drug bust and arrest 17 dealers in another operation and right next door in the same year Saanich makes the news for 12 arrests and they had to arrest some of them because other agencies were also working on cases and one almost ran into a Saanich police car to get arrested. Also 2 were made in almost the same location on 2 consecutive nights. I don’t know what this means, but I do know someone who was set up by someone who thought they were responsible for putting them back into jail. She loaned her truck out for the weekend and while driving a borrowed vehicle she saw the police on her block all weekend. Then the first time she drove her truck she was pulled over immediately and knowing she had no drugs on her she allowed a search, the officers went straight to between the cab and the box of her truck and pulled out just enough to get her arrested. So my experience with 2 arrests in almost the exact spot points to the police being there because someone wants someone else off the street. Then you come to Lindsay’s murder. The owner of the burner phone is part of a conspiracy to commit murder walking free. The reluctance to release information about suspects for a year, try to stop a reward, wasting precious solve time going after the victim’s father and making announcements that delay getting information to the public HAS TO MAKE the slowest slug wonder what’s going on there? Oh and then you got a police chief there, who running the show, doesn’t mention or give any decent excuse on if or why Saanich isn’t getting this job done. He is not even bragging about Saanich! I see the Victoria and Westshore bosses giving kudos to their departments. What other conclusions do you think we are supposed to come to?

        • Darwin says:

          I completely agree with this statement. It also appears as if some of the evidence that the police have put forth may be misleading. For example, the dress that the female suspect was wearing is a INC for Macys or Dillard’s dress. Those three colors come up all the time in their collection. It can be commonly purchased. On the other hand the dress that Lindsay’s Father found through a contact of his at a thrift shop appears to be more in line with what a news anchor or news weather girl would wear. I wonder what brand or label that dress has? The one that was found in the thrift shop?

  7. Kenneth John Bender says:

    This was an “inside” job so to speak. Look closer to the Real Estate office she was working at the time of her murder. Realtors are aware of showing homes to a single individual might be risky, but showing to a “couple” might put her more at ease. Only someone who is in the Real Estate business would know this. Also, why disguise a voice with a phony Spanish accent when calling her on the burner phone? Because there is a chance Lindsay would recognize it. who would gain at the Real Estate office? was it a jealous co-worker? management? did someone get fired BEFORE Lindsay started working there and was angry?

    • April says:

      Kenneth: Your idea is good one. In fact, the basis of the case is built on real estate. So all signs point to real estate and every detail is likely connected to real estate including a possible unknown motive. Here are some various directions to take these ideas
      perhaps we can put a website together to to help Saanich police
      I don’t want to judge but it seems fairly easy

      • Rosanne says:

        This couple is safer theory, does not work here as the man(husband) called Lindsay earlier in the day to say his wife wasn’t going to make it to the showing. So Lindsay showed up thinking she would be meeting with a lone male. That would mean Jason would be thinking that was the situation too. So when she said the Mexicans, plural were there, why wasn’t Jason surprised? How did he know she was meeting a couple when Lindsay didn’t even know that? I am sure his interrogation was done before “witnesses” were interviewed. He only saw one male walking out the door or shadows through the glass, depending on who is telling the story. Did he mention a female at all during his interrogation because he shouldn’t have known there was one there.

        • April says:

          The woman in the police sketch looks more Asian to me. Not Mexican. If the police sketch is accurate, and I have heard they are fairly accurate, has anyone had a forensic profiler try to come up with the ethnicity of the female from the police sketch? It’s the people that put together the heads of the dead that they only have bones for. I do not know what the official job title is of those who do that type of work. It seems like it might help to get one of those persons in that line of work to give a verbal analysis of what type of ethnicity (s) are connected to the sketch of the woman seen greeting Lindsay the night of her murder.

  8. Sand says:

    I m interested how did neighbors see what they saw? Where they looking in that direction? Did they hear a noise?

    • ConnectTheDots says:

      I think one was driving by and two were walking the dog.

      • Sand says:

        From what I read they gave pretty detailed count of the events, considering they just walked by.
        I mean telling police they saw them hand shaking and “they didnt seem to know each other”
        I wonder if either they were pointing gun at her/ If they just didnt really see anything.

        • ConnectTheDots says:

          Yup. And also the description of the woman is a description of someone who looks a lot like Shirley in a dress that was very much like what she is known to wear. Also the same approximate height and weight, just blonde instead of brunette. And the SPD cleared her. They need to get this solved.

        • ConnectTheDots says:

          Yes, and it was dark. This has always sounded suspicious to me. None of those people were paying attention to what was to them routine stuff as they were driving by in the dark and walking their dog. When people are lying they forget to take into consideration unrealistic stuff. This case is full of that.

    • Svetlana says:

      I’m interested to know exactly where did Lindsay go after the lunch at Sauce restaurant. Would there have been any cameras along the way from there to her condo?

      What calls did Jason, mother and brother make or receive?

  9. Astrid says:

    Am I the only one that thinks Shirley the mother in law is shady as hell??? Either it has nothing to do with drugs OR Shirley is involved in the drug trade. Shirley is shady. I don’t even think Her son knows how shady.

    • Robin says:

      Surely she is shady. U r not the only one Astrid. Her sons know. They are as shifty as Mommy, surely they are. Drugs, oh yes. Money laundering, oh yes, Mortgage fraud, surely. There are lots of shifty shitbags parading around Victoria and Gangford as upstanding people. It’s a constant parade of fk ups getting away with Murder and Mayhem!
      SURELY the community has figured this much out FFS.

    • ConnectTheDots says:

      Shady is putting it nicely.

  10. Frank Columbo says:

    If the Task force is acting in unison ( talking on a daily basis ) FBI, RCMP, Saanich police the people involved in this murder better start running because they may not have enough to arrest them but they will know who is responsible I have no doubt. I think the Zailo’s need to accept the FBI polygraph and interview, so much scorn has been thrown at the Saanich police for so long the Saanich Police polygraph and interviews really lack credibility. If the Zailo’s had zero to do with this murder they can get this monkey off their back once and for all by accepting the FBI polygraph and interview. The police are not in the business of framing people they are only interested in the Lindsay case, if you had nothing to do with this be honest ! take the polygraph get your name off the list out of the news.

  11. David Gray says:

    Stranger murder of opportunity is the most difficult to solve. This case is solvable. Was there forensic evidence at the scene? DNA? Good luck to the family in finding a resolution.

    • Svetlana says:

      Obviously it was from her circle. They were so confident that outsiders will not show up unexpectedly at the house. They controlled who comes and goes. A plan set up by someone close to her from that Camosun office.

      • Robin says:

        Hmmmm I wonder who that could be? Surely u r correct with that thought Svetlana. I totally agree with you. Surely the SPD have figured this much out. Surely “Chief cat got my tongue” has been able to lead his team that far. I wonder if the silent one speaks to his team. Surely he does.

        • David Anderson says:

          SPD is bought and paid. They know Shirley orchestrated this hit. I email Shirley quite a bit and tell her she’s a murderer. She used to reply to me. Not anymore! SPD reminds me of Keystone Cops. Or, Barney Fife from Mayberry RFD.

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