Abdulbasir Faizi (seen in unreleased file photo), an Afghan who immigrated to Canada from Iran, is believed to be the seventh victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Police originally believed Faizi had left his wife and children after visiting gay bathhouses. Photo: Toronto police via AP Abdulbasir Faizi (seen in unreleased file photo), an Afghan who immigrated to Canada from Iran, is believed to be the seventh victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Police originally believed Faizi had left his wife and children after visiting gay bathhouses. Photo: Toronto police via AP
Abdulbasir Faizi (seen in unreleased file photo), an Afghan who immigrated to Canada from Iran, is believed to be the seventh victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Police originally believed Faizi had left his wife and children after visiting gay bathhouses. Photo: Toronto police via AP
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Toronto ‘serial killer’ faces seventh murder charge over Muslim dad who secretly visited gay bathhouses

When Abdulbasir Faizi disappeared, his wife thought he’d run off with another man; now police believe he is a victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur

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Abdulbasir Faizi (seen in unreleased file photo), an Afghan who immigrated to Canada from Iran, is believed to be the seventh victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Police originally believed Faizi had left his wife and children after visiting gay bathhouses. Photo: Toronto police via AP Abdulbasir Faizi (seen in unreleased file photo), an Afghan who immigrated to Canada from Iran, is believed to be the seventh victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Police originally believed Faizi had left his wife and children after visiting gay bathhouses. Photo: Toronto police via AP
Abdulbasir Faizi (seen in unreleased file photo), an Afghan who immigrated to Canada from Iran, is believed to be the seventh victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Police originally believed Faizi had left his wife and children after visiting gay bathhouses. Photo: Toronto police via AP
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