Clyde Marshall and Sabrina Chouart wanted in death of Sina Parsi

Sina Parsi, 32, found dead in Toronto

TORONTO – An arrest warrant for first-degree murder has been issued for a New Brunswick man and Quebec woman in connection with the slaying of an Ontario man.

Police say Clyde Marshall, 36, of New Brunswick and Sabrina Chouart, 27, of Gatineau, Que. are wanted in the death of Sina Parsi.

The Kleinburg, Ont. man was found dead on Friday night in a Toronto apartment. Parsi was last seen in the Toronto suburb of Vaughan.

Police are advising Marshall and Chouart to give themselves up and suggested they might want to seek legal advice.

He also says any friends or associates who help the two wanted people could face criminal charges.

Police found Parsi’s pickup in a parking lot on Thursday, but there was no sign of the 32-year-old man.

Parsi did not have his cellphone or wallet with him and had not contacted any friends or family since he had gone missing.

Police aren’t revealing the cause of death and are providing few other details.

Investigators say they believe they have a motive but aren’t making the information public.

By The Canadian Press

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Sean Li , left, and Zi Pan, both visa students at Centennial College, say their parents back home in China are worried for their safety in the wake of Concordia University student Jun Lin’s terrible murder./Nicholas Keung/Toronto Star

In wake of Jun Lin murder, Chinese students in Canada worry for safety
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Sean Li , left, and Zi Pan, both visa students at Centennial College, say their parents back home in China are worried for their safety in the wake of Concordia University student Jun Lin’s terrible murder.
Nicholas Keung
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Sean Li first heard about the gruesome murder of Concordia University student Jun Lin from his parents in Beijing, who learned of it from news reports in China.

“They’re worried for my safety here,” said Li, 22, who studies business at Toronto’s Centennial College. “They warned me, ‘Don’t go near any crowd. Finish school and come back to China.’”

Montreal: Black girl allegedly assaulted due to her race and gender awarded $10,000 in damages by the Quebec Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission

Montreal, July 23, 2012 — With CRARR’s help, a young Black girl has been found a victim of race-based harassment, assault and intimidation in a school on Montréal’s South Shore and awarded $10,000 in damages by the Quebec Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission.

In Fall 2009, A.M., then 14, was bullied on a number of occasions, suffering verbal and physical assault due to her race and gender, at a school in Saint-Constant that is part of the Des Grandes Seigneuries school board. She was also called a “bitch” and “nègre” on a number of occasions as well as the victim of offensive and demeaning messages on her Facebook wall. She also received threatening letters, among other incidents.

In June 2010, as A.M. was walking to the bus stop on her way home, some white girls approached her and called her a “bitch.” This was followed by other racial slurs, including repeated use of the N-word, in front of other students. She was also beaten. On hearing name-calling and shouting over her daughter’s phone, A.M.’s mother drove with her son to the scene of the incident. As they tried to protect her from the verbal and physical assault, A.M. and her mother were almost hit with a scooter helmet by a white female student.

Jun Lin’s family wants to stay in Canada and Zhigui Du decides to establish foundation in her son’s name to help troubled youth in Montreal

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Jun Lin was a computer engineering student at Concordia University in Montreal. His parents described their only son as their ‘pride and joy.’ (Handout) Facebook

In a written eulogy for her son, Jun Lin, Zhigui Du said she has developed sympathy for his alleged killer, Luka Rocco Magnotta, and will set up a foundation to help troubled youth.

Lin, 33, was killed and dismembered two months ago.

His mother did not attend a public funeral service held Thursday morning in Montreal and later told reporters at a news conference that she felt it would have been too hard for her to handle. But she wrote a eulogy for her only son.

“I have been waiting for this day to come, because my son can finally rest in peace in this land that he loves,” she wrote.

Public funeral to be held Thursday for Lin Jun at a Montreal funeral home

Public funeral to be held Thursday for dismemberment victim Lin Jun

MONTREAL — The Canadian Press
Published Wednesday, Jul. 25 2012, 3:27 PM EDT
Last updated Wednesday, Jul. 25 2012, 3:29 PM EDT
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A public funeral will be held on Thursday for Lin Jun, whose slaying grabbed national attention after his body was dismembered and parts were mailed to two Canadian cities.

Concordia University spokeswoman Clea Desjardins says the service will be held at a Montreal funeral home.