Lindsay Buziak Murder







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  1. Nobody Significant says:

    Possible connection – Boyfriend is drug dealer connected to drug bust group. He asked/sent Lindsay to pick up “package” from Kingpin. Coincidently, drug bust happens shortly after. He lets her take fall for retaliation of drug bust. He knew of her assignation arranged by kingpin but, knows very little to pass polygraph.

    • Team Lindsay says:

      These are great points!! Why even bother texting if you are a couple of minutes away and why bother if you are going to be sitting outside the whole time when you get there? Why not wait a couple of minutes when you are off the road to text when you get there to say “I am here waiting outside if you need me, do you want me to come in or just wait out here?” like a normal person would do? If you are driving and a couple minutes away, no need to text. Lindsay was showing a million dollar house to clients. Did Jason think she would be reading his text messages during the showing? Lindsay was too professional for that. I think these texts were meant to be time prints for Jason’s alibi and maybe signals to the killers who were with Lindsay when she received all the texts.

      Asking “are you okay” is the real problem I never thought about before. Why ask that if he had no worries and was confident enough to just sit outside the house so “not be the meddling boyfriend”? Jason’s story is he was not worried enough to go and check on his girlfriend because she did not say anything about being afraid of the clients in her last text message in spite of her original concerns that she voiced to co-workers, family and friends. Absolutely, any guy would ask “how much longer?” It happens to me all the time when someone is waiting for me because they have somewhere else to go, like in this case, a dinner and hockey game. Showings can take 30 minutes or longer especially if the clients are looking at a big, expensive house. 30 minutes is not nearly enough time for Jason to start worrying if all these other things did not send of warning bells. He was so not worried, he moved his car to the side street with no view of the house, after sitting for 10 minutes with no sight of Lindsay? His previous text did not require a reply so why was he alarmed at 6:00?

      Jason said he did not want to be the meddling boyfriend so he sat outside even after seeing the man and woman leaving through the front alone. He was so confident that Lindsay was okay that it didn’t bother him when the clients saw Jason’s range rover pulling into the street, and dashed back inside the house and closed the door. Jason said he thought the showing had just begun even though we know he saw the text from Lindsay saying the Mexicans had arrived at 5:30, some 15 minutes earlier. Remember, she never said “don’t worry, these people look okay”. It was dark and Jason’s headlights would have shown brightly on the couple coming out the front door when he pulled into the street and he did not see the blood on their clothing?

      I find it unbelievable that someone who spent so much money, >$1.5 million, on his girlfriend did not care about her enough to be at the showing on time, as promised, after discussing concerns for her safety with her. There are no plausible explanations for Jason’s actions and none of his excuses make any sense. When he arrived almost 15 minutes late, saw the people exiting through the home through the open front door without Lindsay, only to turn and go back in and close the door when they saw him, he said he was not concerned because he thought the showing was just beginning. Did he really believe that Lindsay and the clients had been standing outside in the dark, cold winter night for 15 minutes before going into the house? This is not a believable excuse.

      Jason has no believable excuse as to why he sat outside the house after arriving, why he moved his car to a place with no view of the house and why he all of a sudden became concerned. His explanations are all backwards.

      Most loving boyfriends would have immediately checked on their girlfriends after discussing concerns for their safety, upon arriving at the house especially after being almost 15 minutes late, seeing the clients coming out the front door only to turn around and go back in and close the door without Lindsay, and not seeing any other cars in the driveway. Looking like a meddling boyfriend would not be a worry in a situation like this and after sitting for 10 minutes without any sightings of a loved one, most people would not move the car to a place where they had no view. For someone who claims he loved Lindsay very much, Jason’s actions demonstrate his total lack of concern for her safety at a time when she asked him for help.

      Jason’s lack of emotion, public outrage, and demand for solving Lindsay’s murder is the typical way guilty people act.

      • Sch says:

        Was the friend that was with Jason questioned as to how Jason was acting during this whole ordeal? If what Jason said, actually happened? What does the friend say about all of this?

      • PissedOffBrother says:

        You don’t know me and you never will. I saw your recent Crime Watch Daily interview. I am family in similar situation. I spent 25 years as an NCS officer at Langley. There may be a number of “accidents” in the near future because I feel your pain. I’m already going to hell for what I’ve done for my country and my own personal revenge, you don’t need to. You need to see justice for your daughter. Godspeed.

  2. Francois tombe says:

    I am puzzled by the boyfriend’s texts. “Be there in 20 minutes” is to be expected. “Be there in a couple of minutes” is unnecessary and requires a vehicle stop. “Are you OK ?” implies an expectation of trouble. Would not something like ” done yet?” or “how much longer?” be more expected if the showing was assumed to be routine?

    • Stevie Tilford says:


    • If Jason really believed the viewing of a large million dollar executive home was just starting when he arrived at 5:45 (as Chris Horsley stated on Crime Watch), why would he all of a sudden be worried about Lindsay’s safety less than 20 minutes later. Jason was a realtor and would absolutely know that the showing of the DeSousa property would take more than 20 minutes.

      The poster’s on this website ask better questions than the police.

  3. Wanda says:

    How did the boyfriend know where to run in the first place?
    Was there a vehicle they the couple got out of or into?
    Did they interrogated anyone in Calgary or Erickson Delalcazar interrogated? Did the police test the knives for DNA, etc??

  4. Anonymous says:

    This might have been a hit man job. Lindsay mentioned to her father that she needed to terminate the relationship with her boyfriend Jason. He might have paid someone to execute Lindsay. Personal phone number might be a clue as to where the killers got the phone number. The killers might have also hired a private investigator to look into Lindsay for more information.

  5. tasha says:

    I just watched the crime watch video and it leaves me with questions. What kind of car did the killers meet her in? if the boyfriend said he pulled in and seen the couple go back into the house where did they go? Did they leave their car outside? If not they would have passed the boyfriend and his friend to get to their car right? Also if you find the kind of car you can check all surveillance cameras for that car and where it went or came from. Just wondering!

  6. Sheryl Gregory says:

    The boyfriend seems like the obvious answer. Did he ever get a polygraph test

  7. Darla says:

    I believe it was the boyfriend. This was personal. This was a seething hatred type of murder. Hired assassins would not stab anyone that many times. Besides, hired assassins don’t use knives. They either choke them to death or shoot them, right?

  8. M Davis says:

    I believe the boyfriend, Jason, hired these thugs to kill his girlfriend. She was unhappy and wanted to leave him, He showed no emotion whatsoever in the interview(s). Did not shed one tear. His body language in the police video spoke volumes to me. It seems like he planned his alibi so perfectly:
    Let’s see…go to lunch with her and depart seperatey…then pick up friend and go to house showing, all the while sending texts to her ” be there 5 minutes” etc…
    How convenient that he moved his car to the other side when he saw “the shadows” thru the door that were about to leave..question, why would you move your car to the side? He Send friend in first to jump the fence to unlock door.
    Sounds fishy to me….but the real reason I suspect he is behind it is the fact he ran upstairs STRAIGHT into the master bedroom suite and found her lying there. Why upstairs and not check the ground floor first? hmmmmm. I hope her parents get justice for her!

    • SHERI VIEIRA says:

      Yes…usually on these crime shows….when the boyfriend/significant other sends someone else in to discover the body, they are setting up their alibi. If my husband thought I was inside and in danger..he would plow through the front door in a second, not send a friend around back. SMH

  9. Tammy Kuchinsky says:

    Also can’t believe not solved yet! Just seen the story air on TV. Condolences to Lindsey’s family and hope the people involved are brought to justice. Yes I also think the boyfriend’s story not adding up. For one Lindsey is showing a million dollar house and she don’t see a veichle for the people she’s showing the house to, did witness say anything about a veichle. And if boyfriend was couple minutes late you would think she would have waiting to go in till he got there and why didn’t he go in right away that’s what he was there for right. And ya for him to run right upstairs, how did he know she was up there (weird). Why didn’t he or his friend go after the people he said he seen. I think he did know the relationship wasn’t going well she probably did tell him that it was pretty much over. It is also possible someone she worked with did want to get rid of her but I still think look into the boyfriend and his mother.

  10. VICKI LOZANO says:

    I just watched this on Crime Watch Daily in the states. I can’t believe they have ruled out the boyfriend. I agree with Tom why did he directly go upstairs?? How did he know to look up there first ? The police need to start asking him these questions. Get this solved so her father can have some peace. Nine years is ridiculous for him to still not know who did this henous crime.

  11. Sara says:

    Has anyone thought that this might be work related?

    • Bella says:

      I was just thinking the same thing !! Was Lindsey getting more clients ? More sales ? I wonder if they’ve tried that angle .

  12. Tom says:

    This is so obvious to me a plan that the boyfriend pulled off, because Lindsay was scared enough to tell her boyfriend to back her up and the boyfriend comvietly does not show up in time and let’s her show the house without back up. Then the boyfriend goes right up the stairs to the murder spot without searching first floor, has anyone searched her boyfriends cell phone records and last few days records of boyfriend before the murder?

  13. Charles reinhart says:

    In 1998 a young couple was beaten to death with a hammer in there apartment on jubilee st ,they had a boat and many cars,and sea doos,the were involved in drugs many professionals are subtly involved in bulk drugs,and many real criminals resent that,also b.c. is listed as one of the most corrupt places on earth and cautioned not to invest there,without drugs b.c. would look like mexico city,drugs supports the largest part of the economy,that and wrongful convictions that is

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