Paroled killer no longer barred from having crooks as pals

The contract killer who shot a helpless woman in the head at point blank range can now pal around with criminals while on parole. The Parole Board of Canada has removed the condition attached to the parole of hitman Gary Foshay (inset) that forbade the remorseless murderer from associating with crooks. Foshay was a petty thief and drug addict who catapulted to criminal infamy in 1984 when he shot Hanna Buxbaum to death along a highway near London, Ontario. The killing was orchestrated by Helmuth Buxbaum, a millionaire nursing home owner who wanted to get rid of his troublesome spouse.

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Imprisoned killers go free, despite their denials

Contract killer Gary FoshayKillers get out of prison, even when they refuse to tell the truth and accept responsibility for what they have done. Gary Gilbert Foshay (inset) dragged a 48-year-old mother of six from a car along the side of a highway near London, Ontario 26 years ago – on July 5, 1984 – and fired at point blank range, into her left temple, as she begged for her life. Hanna Buxbaum’s murder had been arranged by her cocaine snorting, prostitute-loving husband, who was in the car with her that day. Helmuth Buxbaum paid local hoodlums for the hit. Four men, in addition to Buxbaum, were involved in the conspiracy. Foshay did the dirty work.

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Killer Helmuth Buxbaum’s legacy haunts family

Twenty five years after Hanna Buxbaum was dragged from her car and shot in the head three times by a masked gunman hired by her wealthy husband Helmuth (inset), the Buxbaum family is still battling in court. The legal feud is over the final division of cash in a trust fund established for the six children of the London, Ontario couple. One sibling disputed the handling of the money, touching off a nasty and bitter court fight that led to an order against one of the children today.


UPDATE: A final division of the remaining assets in the estate was ordered by a judge in 2012.

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