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Fear in the community has been fed by the widely circulated Facebook meme suggestively linking 11 Toronto disappearances.
Some have even wondered if a serial killer may be targeting gay people in the Village.
The faces of missing local men have been posted around the Church and Wellesley Village for more than a month.
The most recent is the high-profile disappearance of Andrew Kinsman, well-known in the local LGBTQ community for his advocacy work, as a staff member of Toronto HIV/AIDS Network, and as a long-time volunteer at People With AIDS.
Kinsman, 49, disappeared suddenly over a month ago, uncharacteristically leaving his cat unfed and with no word on his plans beyond that day to anyone.
(In fact, five of the men in the meme have been found alive and well, and another man was recently found dead, which police say was almost certainly a suicide.) These three men are Abdulbasir “Basir” Faizi, 44, and Majeed Kayhan, both from Afghanistan, and Skandaraj “Skanda” Navaratnam, a 40-year-old Sri Lankan refugee who was last seen leaving Zippers with another man.
The only other bar specifically mentioned in some of these cases as having being visited by the men is the Black Eagle on Church Street.