Detective who solved murder of Ontario doctor says killer made big mistake trying to hide his crime

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TORONTO -- The lead detective on the horrific murder of an Ontario clinic says the killer made one adult mistake when trying to cover ahead the crime, leaving investigators a business card that led them straight en route for his door. The homicide officer who solved the Doctor Elana Fric-Shamji assassinate wonders if the well-respected family clinic would still be alive today but friends and colleagues had spoken ahead about the domestic abuse in the Toronto home. New episodes of The Detective are available Mondays on iHeart. Fric-Shamji's husband, renowned neurosurgeon Mohammad Shamji, is serving a life sentence designed for beating and strangling his wife, after that stuffing her body in a bag and throwing it into a brook north of the city. Unfortunately, denial one spoke out and let it be known she was being abused as badly as she was.

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