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Canada Mom of boy killed in Coquitlam says she warned RCMP his father was dangerous

08:35  26 october  2019
08:35  26 october  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Oscar Taitinger's mother says he was a sweet and kind boy who loved video games. He had been adopted from Taiwan less than three years ago, his family said in a statement. RCMP find two bodies at home in Coquitlam - The Globe and Mail.

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a close up of a boy and girl taking a selfie: Nicole Taitinger's son Oscar was killed in Coquitlam on Monday. She says she warned RCMP that Oscar's father owned guns and was a danger to their children.© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Nicole Taitinger's son Oscar was killed in Coquitlam on Monday. She says she warned RCMP that Oscar's father owned guns and was a danger to their children.

The mother of an eight-year-old boy killed in a homicide in Coquitlam this week says she told police her estranged husband was dangerous and owned multiple guns.

Oscar Taitinger was found dead on Monday afternoon alongside the body of his 40-year-old father, Mark. Investigators have released very few details about what happened, but say they are not looking for any suspects in Oscar's death.

The boy's mother, Nicole Taitinger, told CBC she filed a police report about Mark in September, just 11 days after leaving him.

'Sweet' 8-year-old boy killed in Coquitlam, B.C. homicide

  'Sweet' 8-year-old boy killed in Coquitlam, B.C. homicide Eight-year-old Oscar Taitinger was found dead alongside his father, Mark Taitinger, on Monday afternoon. The little boy's mother, Nicole Taitinger, told CBC that she broke up with Mark this summer after 25 years of marriage.Oscar was the youngest of three boys, and loved playing video games, according to his mom. Fortnite was his favourite, and he liked to imitate the dances used by characters in the game."[He was] just so damn sweet. He loved to dance with me. I would turn on music and he would dance with me. And gave the best kisses. He was a beautiful boy," Taitinger wrote in a message to CBC.

Oscar was found dead alongside his father , Mark Taitinger, on Monday afternoon. The little boy 's mother, Nicole Taitinger, told CBC that she broke up with Oscar was the youngest of three boys , and loved playing video games, according to his mom . Fortnite was his favourite, and he liked to imitate

Oscar Taitinger and his father were found dead Monday afternoon inside a home on Seaton Eight-year-old Oscar Taitinger was the victim of a homicide inside a Coquitlam , B.C., home earlier this The little boy 's mother, Nicole Taitinger, told CBC that she broke up with Mark this summer after 25 years

She alleged he owned guns and she was worried about the safety of their three sons.

"Why did the RCMP not do anything? I told them he said he would shoot them…. He had guns and they never removed them," she wrote in a message to CBC.

"He is dead now because the RCMP did nothing."

In an email, RCMP spokesperson Staff Sgt. Janelle Shoihet described the situation as "terribly tragic" and confirmed that Mounties are reviewing what happened.

"Without speaking to any specifics … there are factors involved in this file that meet our criteria to conduct a review and that review is underway. The review would include any possible circumstance or previous police interactions," Shoihet said.

Oscar's mom remembers him as a sweet boy who loved dancing and playing video games.

He and his father were found dead inside a house on Seaton Avenue around 3:30 p.m. on Monday.

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has said little about the case, except that one of the two was the victim of a homicide.

Autopsies have been completed, but investigators are not commenting on the cause of death.

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