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Convicted murderer who has escaped before at large in New Brunswick

 
‎Today, ‎August ‎23, ‎2019, ‏‎4 hours ago | Jack Woods
Police in New Brunswick are looking for a convicted murderer from Dorchester Penitentiary who failed to return to a minimum-security unit after he was granted an unescorted temporary absence. 

 

 
You would have thought the combination of escaped before, convicted murderer and unescorted absence from a minimum-security unit would have raised some concern.  

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On 8/23/2019 at 9:04 PM, Marshall said:

You would have thought the combination of escaped before, convicted murderer and unescorted absence from a minimum-security unit would have raised some concern.

In a reasonable world you certainly would.

It seems to me that NOT doing things right always leads to an escalation of what you were attempting to avoid in the first place; invariably it reaches the extreme. The origen of that extreme always seems to come from the same liberal minded folks who previously considered doing things right (in the first place)  to be too extreme (the EU serves as an example).  I remember my mothers advice for dealing with bullies (it was just before I started in the martial arts).... LOL, "just ignore them and thy won't bother you." They only left me alone when I started bothering them.... as it turns out, I'm now actually grateful to those folks as they had a foundational effect on me and my future. Being popular in high school would have been the worst possible thing that could have happened to me.

From the “what did you think was going to happen?” file:

https://torontosun.com/news/local-news/gang-gunfight-frustration-mounts-as-gunmen-fire-at-will-in-north-york

The suspension of TAVIS, the banning of street checks, the patently insane bail system and completely incompetent leadership have combined (in a perfect storm) to make the solution more extreme; which is exactly what the do-gooders were trying avoid by banning “intrusive” actions in the first place… lessons from other places in the world be damned.

Ironically, this is (mostly) the direct result of not doing cultural integration properly in the first place because it was deemed “racist” to provide the support people needed when they needed it…. too late for that now because the target audience is all grown up and currently indoctrinating the next one.

This is now at a point where the only solution is an armed cordon and search operation involving suspension of civil rights, arrest and detainment without warrant, curfew and door to door searches without warrant. We will eventually get there anyway so IMO it’s better to get er done early.  I say that because the next step in crazy is the point where vigilante action begins to appear resulting in (a form of) open warfare and requiring the same intervention anyway. So, I say do it now before more people get hurt… then again, I said doing the integration thing right in the first place was part of the cost of doing business. There's that cost thing again eh? 

 

 

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From the article re: gang gunfight

 

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In relation to Saturday morning’s shooting Saunders explained none of the victims injured in the gunfight are helping police with the investigation.

“One of the victims that was shot has a history of gun violence, served time for gun-related offences,” said Saunders. “Not once, but twice.”

If he could have only found a job.......lol.

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On 8/23/2019 at 9:04 PM, Marshall said:

 

 
You would have thought the combination of escaped before, convicted murderer and unescorted absence from a minimum-security unit would have raised some concern.  

LOL, he still be gone....

See Jack run, funny funny Jack.... funny funny parole board.

Most children have a better grasp of the "what did you think was going to happen?" concept. I can't help but wonder how much insanity it takes to make Liberal minded folk take notice of its presence.... the very definition of breathtaking IMO. 

I think I may have a new urban keyboard short cut: WTFDYTWGTH....

 https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/murderer-jack-woods-parole-board-missing-prison-1.5261592

In other news, AOC is warning the world that melting glaciers could unleash ancient diseases.... luckily, it can be prevented by raising taxes. No more Iceberg Vodka for Jack. Might as well just go back to jail.

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There is a feeling in Ontario that our justice system favours the criminal (sorry, the accused)....this article won’t change that feeling.

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Sinbad Kingsimba Marshall — on bail for a violent crime and probation for a chilling attack on an elderly woman in a burglary — was charged with murdering another widow, lovely Stella Tetsos, in her home.

How can the justice system release a violent repeat offender on bail for another violent crime while that person is still on probation for an earlier deplorable act of violence against a senior?

“When I found out he was on bail and on probation for two violent crimes when he killed my mother, I freaked out. It’s disgusting,” said Lou Tetsos. “How can someone be on bail with two violent convictions that are so close together in time?”

 

Vincent Huang, 35, was initially detained by Justice of the Peace Sisay Woldemichal. The detention order was overturned by Superior Court Justice Andras Schreck two weeks ago.

Huang has a criminal record dating back to 2005 that includes previous convictions for trafficking in pot and cocaine, landing him a 50 month prison sentence in 2011.

This time, he was charged as part of Project Moses in February.

Police searched a storage locker allegedly connected to Huang and allegedly found six firearms (one an assault rifle), just under 1000 rounds of ammo, a silencer, a kilogram of cocaine and a half-kilogram of heroin

 

Iranian transgender Sahi Sadi Deilamsofla, 38, allegedly preyed upon two young males in a College-and Bathurst Sts. apartment building that houses newcomers to Canada this fall.

In November, Deilamsofla allegedly grabbed a 15-year-old boy in an apartment hallway, forced him into an apartment, deadbolted it and performed a sexual act upon the shocked teen.

Cops charged Deilamsofla with sexual assault, sexual interference, forcible confinement and assault. But she was then released on bail.

After further investigation, police discovered an 18-year-old man in the same building was accosted by a perpetrator who professed her love to him and made sexual advances that were rebufffed in September.

Despite the two sets of charges for sexual offences allegedly occurring within a month of each other, Deilamsofla remains on bail.

https://torontosun.com/news/local-news/pazzano-recent-cases-highlight-failures-of-revolving-door-bail-system

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