...and you used to settle arguments with guns, knives and pickaxes?
Accused killer Marko Miljevic two-handed a pickaxe all the way into his teen victim's head, a witness told court yesterday.Yeah... me neither.
Nick Hodgson, a close friend of Matt McKay who was killed at a Queensland party Sept. 29, 2007, said he clearly saw Miljevic direct the large pickaxe into the 17-year-old's skull.
"Marko ... brought it over his left shoulder and back over his head," testified Hodgson, 18. "After it impaled Matt McKay, I saw both arms flailing off it."
RELATED: No such thing as a bad boy...
...in Dalton McSlippery's socialist paradise...
A man "banned for life" by a court from possessing firearms is wanted for shooting a man in the leg during a botched drug deal in Brampton.Just another graduate of fiberal "catch and release" justice...
Charles Agbajoh, 20, who uses an alias of Jason Hilton, is wanted by Peel Region detectives for the Nov. 2 shooting of a 31-year-old man in the leg during a drug deal in a stairwell at a Hanson Rd. building, near Hurontario Rd. north of Dundas St.
Agbajoh was convicted in Brampton court of a number of firearm offences last Dec. 5. He was sentenced to 14 months in jail, but was released on two years probation after being credited for 10 months in pre-trial custody. He was also handed a lifetime prohibition from possessing firearms.**********
Agbajoh is described as being 5-foot-11, about 170 pounds with a thin build, has black hair in cornrows and wears a metal teeth grill.
LAST WORD: More empty Liberal promises...
The deaths of Saramma Varughese, 75, and Susan John, 43, in their home should be the tragedy that rewrites the law, a Queen's Park rally heard yesterday.Well, Chris... call me wacky... how about we start with keeping dangerous criminals in jail?
Their neighbour, Nathaniel O'Brien, 31, who is charged with first-degree murder, was out on bail at the time.
"While they are out on bail it is imperative the government monitors actions so that you won't have the (opportunity) to commit a crime," Rev. Manoj Zachia told the crowd, advocating electronic monitoring of violent offenders.
"They have our commitment to do whatever we must to ensure the dangerous are not endangering our communities," Attorney General Chris Bentley said.