Especially his Mom, and to her I would say where there is love there is hope. Bless this young man and may he make a full and complete recovery.
I truly hope he will be okay and the monster that did this to him will be caught soon and locked away forever. If they got him for snitching, he'd be dead and likely not found for some time, IMO.
I'm thinking this is a lot more personal - as in a psychopath out for power thrills. By Michael Platt, QMI AGENCY May 16, 2010 "CALGARY From petty crime, to imprisoning and torturing another human being.
Its a huge leap from credit card fraud to sadistically abusing a prisoner unto the verge of death and its a path relatives of the man blamed are praying he didnt take.
Dustin La Fortune, a 26-year-old from Winnipeg, MB, was reported missing by family in February of this year.
He was dropped off at a Regina, SK hospital on April 16 by someone who claimed they were cousins.
He had been horribly tortured: burned, stabbed, starved, and pieces of his lips and tongue were missing.
He once weighed over 200 pounds and he is about 70-80 pounds now.
His family suspects that his roommate (I believe his name is Dustin Paxton) tortured Dustin. There is a Facebook group for Dustin and there are more photos of his injuries on there. here is more information about Paxton that's taken from Facebook: "Dustin Ward Paxton was born in Manitoba. ) who know more and are reluctant to share details. Paxton moved to Calgary and set up a moving business called 'Two GUYS and a Truck'.
He grew up and went to school in rural communities outside Winnipeg. He committed crimes as a young offender (we have no access to that information) and later as an adult, a Manitoba warrant was issued for his arrest. 4203 Centre Street Northwest Calgary, AB T2E 2Y8 (403) 457-7149 At least one of the moving vans Paxton used was registered to Dustin. He buys and sells cell phone parts, computer knock-offs and digital equipment from China. Before Dustin, Paxton seriously assaulted at least one other person that we know about..person came forward and offered information to the police."