Jewish Billionaire Toronto Couple Died Of ‘Ligature Neck Compression.’ Homicide Detectives Investigating.


Barry Sherman, the Toronto pharmaceutical executive and his wife Honey died from “ligature neck compression,” police said late Sunday. The case, which has been turned over to homicide investigators, according to a statement from the Toronto Police Service.

Ligature neck compression is strangulation caused by binding or tying. But police did not call it a homicide, saying only that the deaths of the couple, found in their mansion Friday, were “suspicious.” The two were hanging from a railing surrounding their basement lap pool, according to the Toronto Globe and Mail.

Sherman, 75, was the founder of the Canadian pharmaceutical company, Apotex. Forbes estimated his net worth at $3.2 billion. The Shermans were well known as well for their philanthropy.

The Globe and Mail quoted a source saying that a real estate agent helping to sell the Sherman’s home discovered the bodies. The paper said there was no sign of forced entry and no note left behind.

Sherman founded the generic drug company in 1974.

(c) 2017, The Washington Post ยท Fred Barbash



  1. As I said yesterday. If you’re involved in any alternative medicine, all suicides should be treated as murders. Once again Big Pharma at work.
    At least 101 of these doctors were found dead in the last 2 years! which should give you a hint of the truth about Big Pharma and how they can be trusted with their vaccinations they try to shove down people’s throats.

    • Sorry, this guy had a regular pharma company, making generic versions of all the regular drugs that are prescribed by mainstream docs. No alternative medicine going on here. He is part of Big Pharma.


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