A shocking new revelation came to light this Thursday after it was revealed that Toronto police had connected serial killer Bruce McArthur to at least three of the eight men he confessed to the killing during an interview with McArthur back in 2013, according to a recently unsealed judicial order. Police had previously faced criticism from the LGBT community in the Church-Wellesley area for failing to properly investigate the case, an issue that is sure to gain traction again in the aftermath of the devastating news.\nA police taskforce under the codename of Project Houston had initially been tasked with solving the case of the missing men, who were later identified as Skandaraj Navaratnam, Abdulbasir Faizi, and Majeed Kayhan, back in 2012. However, the force was ultimately disbanded after reporting that they didn’t have enough evidence to link the disappearances of the men; all of whom had a connection to the Village.\nIt wasn’t until September of 2012 that the task force was able to link the deaths of Navaratnam and Faizi to the killer after finding a shared email address “silverfox51”, later revealed to belong to McArthur, associated with the two men. A cell phone number featured on McArthur’s email contact led police to bring him in for questioning. However, the killer was only considered a witness at the time of the interview, not a suspect.\nView this post on Instagram WTF is happening in Canada?!?! 🇨🇦 The USA gives the world BTK and Dahmer and y’all are like “hold my beer and watch this”. 🇨🇦 “Victims were posed naked, with cigars in their mouth, shaved, and at times made to wear a fur coat and hat.” #brucemcarthur #canada #toronto #truecrime #serialkiller #blessthismess #truecrimepodcast A post shared by Bless This Mess Podcast (@blessthismesspodcast) on Feb 5, 2019 at 6:03am PST\nREAD ALSO: Bruce McArthur Has Officially Been Sentenced To Life In Prison\n@courtroom_artembedded via\nIt is uncertain if police were aware that McArthur had previously been charged with assault with a deadly weapon back in 2003 after he assaulted a male prostitute in their home - an event that took place in the Church-Wellesley Village.\nREAD ALSO: Bruce McArthur Barely Reacts To Heartbreaking Victim Statements And Details Of His Murders In Court\nMcArthur was eventually caught in 2017 by a new police task force called Project Prism. The former landscaper was sentenced to life in prison this month with no chance of parole for 25 years, after pleading guilty to eight counts of first-degree murder.