The court has now released much of the video and and audio evidence tendered at the trial and sentencing of the two murderers and the psychopathy is clearly evident. Mr. Justice Johnston agreed with psychiatric and psychological reports that were submitted as evidence last week describing Mr. Wellwood and Mr. Moffat as psychopaths and sexual sadists with strong antisocial tendencies.
“The circumstances of this case are so horrific that words can not adequately convey the inhuman cruelty these young men showed toward Ms. Proctor,” Judge Johnston said.
As the two were interrogated each tried to minimize their part in the crime, blaming the other. Mr. Justice Johnston ruled both teens were full and active participants in the murder.
"But their degree of responsibility is not so clear. This is because as time passed, each of these young men has tended to minimize his participation and point to the other as being more responsible. It's not really possible to sort out the truth here."
Here are the various video, audio and transcript evidence with links from the Vancouver Sun. WARNING -some of the material is graphic and disturbing.
Police Interrogation Video Part 1 - Cameron Moffat evades questions from the officers about his role in the rape and murder, saying he doesn't know how Kimberly Proctor died.http://www.vancouver...0166/story.html
Transcript of Cameron Moffat Police Interrogation Video Part 1http://www.timescolo...df/Moffat-1.pdf
Police Interrogation Video Part 2 - Cameron Moffat is asked why Kimberly Proctor’s body was burnedhttp://www.vancouver...9990/story.html
Transcript of Cameron Moffat Police Interrogation Video Part 2http://www.timescolo...df/Moffat-2.pdf
Police Interrogation Video Part 3 - RCMP ask Cameron Moffat about his role in forcible confinementhttp://www.vancouver...0613/story.html
Transcript of Cameron Moffat Police Interrogation Video Part 3http://www.timescolo...df/Moffat-3.pdf
Police Interrogation Video Part 4 - RCMP ask Cameron Moffat about events leading up to the sexual assaulthttp://www.vancouver...1057/story.html
Transcript of Cameron Moffat Police Interrogation Video Part 4http://www.timescolo...df/Moffat-4.pdf
Police Interrogation Video Part 5 - Moffat says the attack was disturbing, but refuses to explain what happened.http://www.vancouver...1140/story.html
Transcript of Cameron Moffat Police Interrogation Video Part 5http://www.timescolo...df/Moffat-5.pdf
Transcripts and audio recordings of teen killers' in a sheriff's vanhttp://www.vancouver...8257/story.html
'We should do it again': Cameron Alexander Moffat wrote in an online chat message released to the media on Wednesday.
One of the teens convicted of raping and killing 18-year-old Kimberly Proctor sent his friend a note a week after the murder suggesting they find another victim.
"So since we killed that b—- and it wasn't to [sic] hard we should do it again!" wrote Cameron Alexander Moffat in an online chat message released to the media on Wednesday.
Moffat, 18, and Kruse Hendrik Wellwood, 17, were sentenced to life in prison in Victoria Monday after pleading guilty to first-degree murder in October.
The chat messages, part of the evidence gathered by RCMP major crime investigators, were released Wednesday along with a videotape of Moffat's interview with police.
In the interview, Moffat tried to downplay his role in the attack — where the Victoria-area teen was tied up, gagged, sexually assaulted, beaten, suffocated and mutilated with a knife over a period of several hours. They then burned her body.
Last June, in an RCMP interrogation room, Moffat tried to shift much of the blame for the horrific crime to Wellwood.
Though bigger and stronger, Moffat implied that he was under the younger boy's control, following his orders to tie up and rape their victim.
Kruse "was instructing me to do it repeatedly," Moffat told RCMP interrogator Sgt. Martin D'Anjou in a calm voice.
"And, you know at one point he like, shuts me in his room with her and he's like, 'Do it,' and I'm like, 'I'm not' . . . And eventually he's just like screaming and stuff and won't even close the door."
Moffat said after he raped Proctor, he went into the living room and watched TV, trying to think of nothing.
There are some details he doesn't give up, saying they're too disgusting to verbalize.
Moffat described Wellwood as nuts, and D'Anjou asked: "So do you think Kruse has lost it by this time?"
Moffat responded: "I'd bloody well lost it, like, I don't know what the hell's going on."
But the online chats in the hours before the killing suggest that Moffat knew full well what to expect. The boys discussed their murder plans in detail, describing how they intended to lure her to Wellwood's home, kill her and then dispose of the body. They even drew up a map of possible places to leave her body, circling remote areas northwest of the Victoria suburb of Langford, although they'd end up choosing a spot beneath a bridge on the Galloping Goose Trial.
"I'm going to rip her nose ring out and burn it," Wellwood wrote at one point. "Burn her flesh."
"Try and get her early," Moffat replied.
Later, Moffat said, "I want to get it done. I don't want to wait."
"I'm not killing her right away," Wellwood replied.
RCMP investigators used the boys' text and online chat conversations to help get a confession from Moffat, posting them on a large white board in the interview room. They also told Moffat about the DNA evidence they had linking him to the crime.
"You guys know pretty much anything that'll fall on me," Moffat said.
"OK, so why is it that you won't talk about that?" the RCMP interviewer asked.
"Because I'm not ready to talk about it," Moffat said. "It's not that I'm trying to, y'know, keep you guys from anything that would incriminate me. You already know . . . about sexual assault because my DNA is there."
Later he said: "I expect these charges to stick."
Though he started out the interview refusing to shed light on what exactly happened, Moffat eventually disclosed many of the details of the crime, while trying to minimize his own involvement.
Over the course of nine hours, the officers lead Moffat to reveal in increasing detail the attack.
"So how does that attack part start then?" D'Anjou asked.
"Kruse," Moffat said.
A few minutes later: "Kruse is obviously big enough and capable enough to keep things under control and that's just where I'm yelled at even though I'm just standing there, y'know, shock and awe, mouth open, what the f—."
Moffat eventually opens up about his mental health, telling D'Anjou that he was diagnosed a manic depressive a few years ago. He said when the medication didn't work he tried to do a self "cleanse" to control his emotions.
"Yesterday, you weren't here for this but um, I could keep a smile on my face. They said, it's not normal that you're not shedding tears . . . And it's because I have that control over myself now," he told D'Anjou. "So it's not that I don't feel remorse or uh, extremely horrible for what happened, it's just . . . I don't want to, y'know, show the emotion. I don't wanna have to feel all that bad stuff so I'm just trying to keep it in check."
In his decision on Monday, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Robert Johnston concluded both teens were full and active participants in the murder.
"But their degree of responsibility is not so clear. This is because as time passed, each of these young men has tended to minimize his participation and point to the other as being more responsible," Johnston said. "It's not really possible to sort out the truth here."