CANADIAN MAN LYNCHED IN PERUVIAN VILLAGE FOR ALLEGEDLY KILLING MEDICINE WOMAN

A Canadian man was lynched in a remote Peruvian village after relatives of a revered tribal medicine woman accused him of shooting her dead, authorities said.

Peruvian police recovered the body of Vancouver resident Sebastian Woodroffe, 41, from a shallow grave Saturday. He was found about a half-mile from the home of Olivia Arevalo, 81, an indigenous healer of the Shipibo-Conibo tribe, according to Reuters.