The man accused of the grisly slaying of a woman in North Kildonan threatened to rip apart another man’s flesh with his teeth in a profanity-laced social media rant two weeks before he was charged.

The man accused of the grisly slaying of a woman in North Kildonan threatened to rip apart another man’s flesh with his teeth in a profanity-laced social media rant two weeks before he was charged.

The vitriolic outburst by accused killer Jeremy Anthony Michael Skibicki was sparked by the man’s comment about Skibicki’s military-style hat.

<p>FACEBOOK </p><p>Police identified one victim as Rebecca Contois, 24. Her partial remains were found in a garbage bin behind an Edison Avenue apartment block on Monday.</p>

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Police identified one victim as Rebecca Contois, 24. Her partial remains were found in a garbage bin behind an Edison Avenue apartment block on Monday.

Skibicki, 35, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 24-year-old Rebecca Contois, whose partial remains were found in a garbage bin behind an Edison Avenue apartment block on Monday. The charge of first-degree murder indicates the Crown believes there was pre-meditation to the homicide.

A source has told the Free Press there could be four additional victims. Police have acknowledged they are looking for other victims — officers are conducting a search of the Brady Road Landfill — but wouldn’t say more than that.

Winnipeg Police Service Const. Rob Carver said Thursday homicide detectives had not ruled out the possibility of more victims "due to the nature of the circumstances" of the investigation, but he wouldn’t elaborate.

A Free Press review of the accused’s social media accounts revealed posts about far-right politics, including references to the white genocide conspiracy theory as well as antisemitic content.

On May 8, just before 4:30 a.m., Skibicki posted the violent rant, claiming a man had threatened to shoot him "multiple times in the head and in the body" if Skibicki "came around again," after they discussed his hat — social media photos show the accused wearing a grey, military-style cap.

<p>FACEBOOK</p><p>Jeremy Anthony Michael Skibicki is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 24-year-old Rebecca Contois.</p>

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Jeremy Anthony Michael Skibicki is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 24-year-old Rebecca Contois.

"He claimed all Europeans are Nazis even if I don’t identify as a National Socialist," the post reads. "Guess where I am headed again this morning?"

The post describes violent acts.

"When I see him I am going to beat the f—-ing sh— out of him and rip apart his flesh with my teeth if he so much as blinks at me wrong while he’s too close.

"I don’t need a weapon to kill, but I will certainly shoot him with his own gun or stab him with his own knife if I need to."

<p>RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>Police executed a search warrant on Skibicki’s residence at 259 McKay Ave., located in the area where human remains were found.</p>

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Police executed a search warrant on Skibicki’s residence at 259 McKay Ave., located in the area where human remains were found.

The post claims Skibicki knows he will go to heaven.

"If this is the hill I die on, so be it. I will not recoil in shame of my race… this infidel better have a full clip and permission from God to end my life," the post reads.

An arrest information obtained by the Free Press shows police believe Contois was killed on or around May 14.

The same information shows Skibicki has been charged with failing to comply with the conditions of a release order — specifically that he live at a West Broadway address.

<p>DANIEL CRUMP / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p> Flowers, stuffs and a painting are laid at a candle during a candlelight vigil Thursday to honour the spirit of Rebecca Contois. </p>

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Flowers, stuffs and a painting are laid at a candle during a candlelight vigil Thursday to honour the spirit of Rebecca Contois.

On Thursday, Carver told reporters officers had executed a warrant on Skibicki’s residence in the area where Contois’s remains were found.

On Thursday afternoon, a police forensics truck was parked at the McKay Avenue four-plex where the accused lived, which is one block north of Edison Avenue.

On Friday, residents of the four-storey block in West Broadway, where Skibicki had been ordered to live, said they did not recognize him.

His suite has been vacant since January, a resident said.

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Erik Pindera

Erik Pindera
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Erik Pindera reports for the city desk, with a particular focus on crime and justice.