Lindsay Buziak Murder

JUSTICE FOR LINDSAY BUZIAK

LINDSAY BUZIAK MURDER TIMELINE

Timeline of Lindsay’s murder as per Dateline, Inspector Rob McColl and Detective-Sgt. Chris Horsley.   The bulk of the clues came from Jason Zailo himself.

Jason and Lindsay went to Sauce for a late lunch. Lindsay and Jason paid the bill at Sauce at 4:24 pm. Their server knew Lindsay well.   Jason went directly to SHC arriving at 4:29 pm and Lindsay is believed to have gone home to change her clothes.  CO was standing outside by Jason’s vehicle when Jason left the SHC building.  They left SHC together in Jason’s vehicle at 5:30 pm.

Joe DeSousa left the site at approx. 4:30 pm. Other workers left the area at around 5:00 pm.   2 witnesses saw the suspect couple walk into the cul de sac at approximately 5:30 pm. The witnesses saw Lindsay greeting the couple by the back of her car in the driveway as shown on crimestoppers. There were papers on the trunk of Lindsay’s car. The real estate lockbox was accessed at 5:29 pm.   While driving Jason said to Lindsay“I’ll come meet you and I’ll be 10 – 15 minutes or so” and that’s when Lindsay said to Jason…. “okay I’ll see you in abit I gotta go the Mexicans are here”.  Apparently this was Lindsay’s short hand name for her clients. Jason was seen by video surveillance leaving SHC at 5:30.

 5:38 pm Jason sends Lindsay a text “just a couple of minutes away.” That text was never opened by Lindsay. According to Detective Sgt. Horsley: “the last text Jason said was I’m just a couple of minutes away”. That text was never opened by Lindsay.  Dateline said this was Jason’s final text. (how could this be Jason’s final text when Jason stated on Dateline that when he was parked on Torquay he sent Lindsay a text that said “are you okay” (prior to his 6:05 pm 911 call)……..Jason received no response.  So which text was the last one……..the one at 5:38 pm as per Det-Sgt. Horsley on Dateline OR the text Jason said he sent to Lindsay just prior to his call to 911 at 6:05 pm?  It sounds like Horsley and Dateline support the 5:38 pm text as being the final one.)

5:38 pm to 5:41 pm police believe this is when Lindsay was murdered.

 5:41 pm Lindsay’s blackberry made a phone call out and the SP believe that was the direct result of the attack. It was truly a pocket dial call as her BB was in her pocket.

As per Det-Sgt. Horsley, when Jason and CO drove into the cul de sac at approx. 5:45 pm Jason and CO saw the front door open and the male suspect outside, but only saw the back of him.  Jason parked his vehicle on the opposite side of the road of the house. The rear of the vehicle was facing Torquay and the murder house. They sat there for approx. 10 minutes. Jason then turned around in the cul de sac and goes right onto Torquay. They parked by the house for approx. another 10 minutesJason sent Lindsay a text message “are you okay” and it was not answered.  Both CO and Jason walked up to the front door and found it locked.  Jason called 911 (approx. 6:05 pm).  They both went around to the Torquay side of the house and CO gained entry via the already open patio doors by Jason boosting CO over the patio fence who then opened the front door allowing Jason entry.

When they found Lindsay’s body CO called 911 (6:11 pm) and while on the phone CO could hear sirens coming. The police were there within minutes because they were already enroute after Jason made the first 911 call(6:05 pm).   When police arrived Jason and CO were waving their arms in the upstairs bedroom window. The police went into the home up to the bedroom and immediately took both Jason and CO to the police station separately

The cell phone the couple used to contact Lindsay was purchased late November 2007 at a Vancouver convenience store. The phone was activated late January, 2008 in Vancouver. The phone traveled to the Island 24 hours prior to Lindsay’s murder.

Vancouver is from where the first calls to Lindsay were made, confirmed by hits on cell towers in the city. Police said at least half dozen calls were made to Lindsay and after her murder the cell phone was never used again. They believed the killer(s) knew how to carry out the murder and then cover their tracks.  The expert’s all agreed a significant degree of planning went into this murder. They explored the theory that professionals were hired with specific instructions to express the anger that someone else felt towards Lindsay.  The experts agreed the murder was personal and that somebody close to Lindsay planned it and hired the killer(s).   

Inspector McColl Feb 2, 2011:

“Having had this on our plate (at the time of the broadcast) for more than two years, we had plenty of time to develop theories, look at them closely and think outside of the box,” McColl said, noting that police AGREE with the Dateline investigators’ conclusion that Buziak was an innocent party, and her murder was a TARGETED hit arranged by someone CLOSE to her.  Saanich police have narrowed down the investigation to “three or four” working theories.  McColl stated on Dateline it’s possible one of the people who went into that house was also the MASTERMIND behind Lindsay’s murder.

“It’s not cool to tell on your friends, it’s not cool to rat people out … Many times in a homicide investigation you can get past that because it’s also not cool to kill people,” he said. “There should be some assurance to anyone that is considering speaking to the police, that we’re not really interested in the skeletons in your closet. We have the ability to put that aside and focus in on what we’re really interested in, and that is catching these killers.”

Det-Sgt. Horsley:

“There is nothing in her life — and we’ve conducted an extensive background [check] — that would indicate that she was involved in anything criminal, in anything of a domestic violence relationship, and that is the most perplexing thing.”

“It is also possible Buziak’s killers were under the mistaken impression she had revealed information she shouldn’t have, he said, or perhaps that she was somehow connected to a dangerous person without knowing it.”

“You can be a person who just works and minds their own business in Victoria, yet through a very brief network of friends, you could be absolutely connected to people that are involved in very bad things,” Horsley said.”

Sgt. Dean Jantzen:

“This (killing) was very organized,” said Saanich police spokesman Sgt. Dean Jantzen. “There was a lot of planning and effort and forethought. These are the most complex crimes. And this is the most egregious crime and often they can become long-term and complicated. “There are people in the community who are withholding information. We know there is a bit of cone of silence around this.”

 

 


78 responses to “LINDSAY BUZIAK MURDER TIMELINE

  1. Richard says:

    To Saanich Police.

    You have enough evidence to arrest Jason and Shirley Zialo for the murder of Lindsay Buziak. All you need to do is swallow your pride, admit you got it wrong to clear them and drive around tonight and pick them up.

  2. Richard says:

    If you don’t accept that the pocket dial happened as Lindsay was being murdered you must arrest Zailo now. It was a flawed assumption from the beginning and remains nothing more then speculation. Every move the Saanich police made the planets aligned to falsely clear Jason Zailo. It’s time to take another look at the evidence and when they do arrest Jason Zailo.

  3. Richard says:

    When Lindsay texted The Mexicans are here she wasn’t referring to the killer’s. She mistakenly thought the neighbours walking in the street were her clients.

    She then goes back in the house to prepare it for viewing. A few minutes later Jason arrives and Lindsay is murdered. Arrest Jason Zailo now. And do it based on the facts and crime scene evidence.

  4. Richard says:

    To Saanich Police

    If there is no blood on the back fence you must immediately arrest and charge Jason Zialo and Co for the murder of Lindsay Buziak. You don’t stab someone 40 times and leave via the fence with no trace,.

  5. Kevin Lawrence Bond says:

    What would make the killers leave out the back door? They had no idea anyone had come to the house…why not leave the way they came in? Seems like they wanted the bf to find her this way so it would look like he had nothing to do with it. Odd. They walked into the cul de sac…no car…yet this doesn’t seem odd to anyone? Wouldn’t Lindsay have thought this to be odd? Why wouldn’t they drive up like a normal customer. This whole thing seems like boyfriend to me.

    • Anne says:

      I have an idea but maybe I have some info wrong about Jason’s mother.

      I’ve heard the BF’s mother had property very nearby. If that family had anything to do with Lindsay’s death, then they knew ahead of time they’d leave through the back and go to that property and hide for a while. Maybe leave after dark.

      But – Jason claims he saw them open the front door of the murder house as if to leave, but then they went back inside. Perhaps they spotted his vehicle even though it wasn’t right in front of the house ? Or maybe they saw another person, a neighbor perhaps was spotted looking at them through a window or door from across the street ? Maybe leaving through the back way wasn’t their initial plan, but they changed their minds ? Maybe a pick up driver was waiting out there somewhere behind the house on the street behind, prearranged ?

      One thing I’ve wondered about is how did the two assassins escape without being covered in blood ? Or was there evidence they were covered in it, like a trail of blood from the room upstairs to the doors ? I say “doors” plural since supposedly Jason saw them at the front door. But if investigators only found blood going to the back door, does that mean Jason was lying about seeing them at the front door ? And there ANY blood left anywhere throughout the house that would indicate the killers were dripping with blood ?

      Police might not be telling everything they know. But I’d guess the killers left no clothing behind ? If not did they leave evidence that they were dripping blood as they left,since they must have been covered in blood ? If there was no evidence like that, how did they manage not to be drenched in it ? How did they manage not to leave a trail of blood behind ? Or did they leave a trail ?!

      And lets say they were drenched in blood, then why did they open the front door as if to leave through that door ? Surely they wouldn’t have left the house looking like that ?

      • Richard says:

        What is the mother’s Aibi please?

        • Anne says:

          I don’t know, and don’t recall why or if she was ever a suspect, but she has been mentioned along with Jason as not being entirely “acceptable” in some ways, suspicious or whatever. That I guess was said by people who knew them. And that of course doesn’t mean they’re guilty of anything. I’d have to read up again on it all. Maybe you can research enough online and find out.

          • Richard says:

            She is a dead ringer for the composite image.

            • Anne says:

              Maybe it’s a coincidence, but I do agree. If so, she was taking a huge chance because Lindsay did know her, But, maybe with a ton of make up on, plus dyed hair and a fake accent, maybe Lindsay got fooled anyway. Maybe the man did all the talking as well, and on top of that the woman had a bad {likely fake} “accent” if she did say anything. Trying to cover up her real voice so she wouldn’t be recognized >? Maybe !

  6. joshua tree says:

    The point I’m trying to make here is there is evidence ,there has to be something!!

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