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Klatt Investigation - In the New


April 4, 2022

An injury on vacation led to a 10-year legal battle. Now, this PI is fighting to keep $790K in damages

"What was supposed to be a relaxing Caribbean vacation for Tom Klatt and his wife after a stressful year instead turned his life upside down. 

One of Canada's most high-profile private investigators, Klatt, of Toronto, was an active guy before a fall at a Sandals all-inclusive resort in Saint Lucia in 2009 left him with a severe leg injury...."- CBC, Nicole Brockbank 

December 13, 2019

WARMINGTON: Cops' probe into 2017 Sherman murders 'very active

"Two years have passed since the strange murders of Honey and Barry Sherman, but for Toronto Police this is no cold case.

“It’s an open and very active investigation,” Insp. Hank Idsinga, head of Homicide, said of the slayings of the Apotex founder and his famous for charitable fundraising wife...." - Toronto Sun, Joe Warmington

October 29, 2018

WARMINGTON: $10 million questions in unsolved slayings of billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman

"If we are honest about it, Honey and Barry Sherman’s killers were given a 42 day jump on police.

No matter how it’s framed now, the working theory within the ranks of Toronto Police on day one, and even weeks later, was that billionaire Apotex founder Barry Sherman, 75, strangled his 70-year-old wife Honey and then took his own life..." - The Pincher Creek Echo by Joe Warmington

October 26, 2018

Sherman family's lawyer offers $10M reward, slams TPS handling of murder case

"A team of private investigators assembled by the family of Barry and Honey Sherman to investigate the pair’s deaths found “failings and deficiencies” in the Toronto Police Service’s handling of the case and is now offering a $10 million reward for information that leads to an arrest..." - by Chris Herhalt

October 25, 2018


"It has been nine months since the public has heard any official update on the murders of Honey and Barry Sherman...." - Toronto Sun by Joe Warmington

"TORONTO — The photograph looks instantly odd — a lifeless face with mostly closed eyes — and realizing it is, in fact, a photo of a dead man, a suspected victim of a man who may be Canada’s most recent prolific serial killer, forces a sombre and ghoulish shiver. " - National Post 

Victor Ferreira & Adrian Humphreys

January 14, 2018

Tom Klatt Featured in Hours to Kill

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"A private investigative firm, led by a well-respected, retired Toronto police homicide detective who touts “discretion” and “definitive final conclusions” for his clients has been retained by the family of Barry and Honey Sherman to probe the couple’s deaths..." -  FATIMA SYED Staff Reporter &  JAYME POISSON Investigative Reporter, The Star

September 22, 2012

How a colonel became a killer

"Former Toronto Police homicide detective Tom Klatt, a partner at MKD International Inc., a leading worldwide private investigation agency, said it's "extremely rare" to find a case in which the culprit took pictures. But he predicts it will become more common..." - Ian Robertson and Cal Millar, Special to QMI Agency,

"The bruised and bloated bodies of the young newlyweds washed ashore on a remote beach in Trinidad..." - Colin Freeze, The Global and Mail

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