It was 1am on a cold, wet November night in 2011 when police found Leanne Freeman lying unconscious in a pool of blood. She later died in a downtown hospital, becoming Toronto's 42nd homicide of the year. The 23-year-old Freeman lived a lonely, troubled life, on the streets of Canada's largest city. Addicted to drugs, she ended up being a part of a group called 'The Crystal Circle', named for their use and dealing of crystal meth. It was members of that group who became suspects in her murder.