For today’s Mystery Monday, we’re going to talk about 11-year-old Riya Rajkumar, who was murdered in Brampton by her father, Roopesh Rajkumar, on Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14, 2019), which was also her and her mother, Priya Ramdin’s, birthday.
In 2004, I was in my last semester at Bramalea Secondary School, a large high school situated on Bramalea and Balmoral Rds. in my hometown of Brampton.
I was about to graduate. I was working on getting into university to become a journalist. I was very excited about my future.
None of us were prepared for what happened, just two weeks shy of Christmas that year.Continue reading “When I was 18, a teacher was murdered in my high school’s parking lot”
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I hate articles like this but, these are ways abusers track their victims. I’m sharing it simply so you are aware of ways you may be tracked.
Just remember, you’re not alone. There’s always hope. There’s help out there.
When I was 6-years-old, my dad tried to kill my mom in front of me.
I’m going to be honest with you, I’ve blocked out a lot of my childhood.
But there are key things that I will never forget.
My childhood memories play like a bad DVD.
There’s a clear “video” of a memory in my head, and then all of a sudden, the CD skips, and there’s a chunk of the story missing.
But, a lot of my life as a child was documented in police reports and court records so, I know the few memories I have are true.
As the story progresses, you’ll see why trauma caused me to suppress a lot of my memories and led to the delayed onset of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Continue reading “The Almost-Murder”