Last thing first. It’s 24st Nov 2020 as I write this, the CNCF Cloud Native Con is over. Most of

As for Guy Paul Morin, he was told of the break in the case by the police coming to his home to tell him in person and apologise. He issued a statement soon after the news;

I have several years of experience working with Kubernetes and I am CKA and CKAD certified. Having delved into the abyss of true native GitOps CI/CD, and recently with The Service Mesh, I thought I was ready for this.

They were able to narrow down the genealogy and through investigative work, detectives cross-matched the list of people who had a connection with the Jessop family and finally tested a DNA sample kept on file. The suspect was Calvin Hoover, and the Jessops knew him.

In October 2020, the Toronto Police used the DNA evidence taken from Christine’s underwear and submitted it to a DNA and genealogy search by the Texas laboratory, Othram, and they found two family trees.
My Interest in this CNCF 2020 Conference was to learn about new developments and best practices for ServiceMesh and the rollout. I have covered this topic recently in my blog post — worthy read if you too are considering “getting some of that” service mesh.
Instead of flowers for Christine’s funeral, Janet and Bob Jessop asked for donations to be made to ChildFind, an organisation at the beginning of its journey, that helps find missing children across the country.

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This is a story of two tragedies. A little girl who was abducted, sexually assaulted, killed and her body dumped like garbage. Then there are the ten years that Guy Paul Morin lost by overeager authoritarians, hoping to catch a break in a case that had garnered a lot of public attention. Thankfully there is now resolution for both parties, and Christine Jessop’s friends and family have some closure to her death, despite the lack of justice against the paedophile and murderer, Calvin Hoover.Unfortunately, Calvin Hoover committed suicide in 2015. However, the DNA sample taken from his autopsy was kept on file, and that’s how investigators found the exact match to the semen stain left in the child’s underwear.“We’re learning more about the people that he spent time with, where he spent time, and we’re looking at any unsolved cases that may be out there that Calvin could have been involved in.”

“I am relieved for Christine’s mother, Janet, and her family, and hope this will give them some peace of mind. They have been through a dreadful ordeal for 36 years since they lost Christine in 1984. I am grateful that the Toronto Police stayed on the case and have now finally solved it.”

This is a story of two tragedies. A little girl who was abducted, sexually assaulted, killed and her body dumped like garbage. Then there are the ten years that Guy Paul Morin lost by overeager authoritarians, hoping to catch a break in a case that had garnered a lot of public attention. Thankfully there is now resolution for both parties, and Christine Jessop’s friends and family have some closure to her death, despite the lack of justice against the paedophile and murderer, Calvin Hoover.

He was acquitted by the jury, however, this acquittal was appealed by the Crown due to errors in the instructions the judge had given to the jury. On the 28th of May 1990, Morin went back to court for his second jury trial.

Although the identification of the murderer in the 36-year-old case is new, detective Steve Smith and his team are currently creating a timeline of Hoover’s movements on the day Christine went missing. He also believes there may be other unsolved cases involving Calvin Hoover;

Janet Jessop confirmed that she was friends with Calvin’s (now ex) wife, Heather. The families were neighbourly and Heather had worked with Christine’s father in the past. Calvin Hoover helped with the searches for Christine when she was reported missing and even attended the funeral and wake after her body was discovered.

Otherwise, having experienced the full zen of cloud-native CI/CD GitOps — something I have also written about earlier this year, — I was keen to learn about Enterprise adoption of such practice. Additional developments and updates to the feature set were sought after as well.
i.e. fluxv2 for example now supports multi-repositories.
Fantastic. I can go home now. I was really keen on this.

“Our hearts go out to the Jessop family. We ask for privacy at this time while we all come to terms with this horrendous news that was as shocking to us as it was to the Jessop family.”

However, on the 23rd of January 1995, Morin was eliminated as a suspect when DNA evidence was tested against him. He was freed after three years in prison and several more awaiting trial. In 1997, he was awarded $1.25million in compensation for the ten years stolen from him. His imprisonment remains one of the worst wrongful convictions in judicial history.

Fortunately in my area of specialty — Microservices infrastructure orchestration (usually on GCP, keeping up with the fast-paced development on this space with podcasts and blog-reads did help, but I’m largely highlighting the need to set aside days to go through and digest this CNCF KubeCon & ServiceMeshCon content. Without distractions.

Here I am. Days later, still dealing with cognitive overload, taking time to process, and organize the areas of interest NOW and some areas of interest for LATER.
In doing so, I hope this now paves the way to a well-documented blog post, which you can follow-up on later as well.
Here is my calendar view for the duration of the event to give you an idea of the intensity. It is full-on, — you better take notes. You will miss sessions and will be playing catchup all the other spare time you may or may not have.
If that’s your job — that’s what you’ll do.

It does not capture ALL the sessions available, and I have very likely skipped some outside my immediate interest. Maybe something to revisit later, after a holiday or two.

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