The biggest problem with the term “noble savage” is that only one word in it is accurate.
Makoons Maewasige-Moore has been identified as the suspect facing a charge of second-degree murder in the killing of retired Toronto oral surgeon, 79-year-old Dr. Paul Morgan.
Morgan, a well-known philanthropist, was found dead of blunt force trauma injuries after officials arrived to his North York home on April 14.
Toronto Police Service officers responded to Morgan’s residence, located near Leslie Street & Sheppard Avenue East in Toronto, at around 8 a.m., on reports of a “sudden death.”
Upon arrival, officers located Morgan’s with “obvious signs of trauma.”
In 2017, Moore was charged in a series of destructive fires in the city’s Junction area and according to police, it wasn’t his first time.
On Monday morning, investigators announced Moore’s arrest.