15 December 2009

In Dalton McGuinty's socialist paradise...

...there's no such thing as a bad boy...

With 62 convictions already on his rap sheet, many of them drug-related, this 32-year-old man recently appeared in bail court at Old City Hall and was released on a $1,000 surety -- no deposit, and therefore no financial pain -- and given the liberty of house arrest after being charged, yet again, for trafficking in crack cocaine.

And he was given this break by a JP despite also being on bail on other charges, as well as being on probation for one of those previous 62 convictions.
And...
About $70,000 worth of marijuana and cocaine was allegedly found in the rented Yorkville house Mr. Kenk shared with classical pianist Jeanie Chung, who also faced drug charges. Those charges were dropped as part of today's plea bargain.
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RELATED: And right around the corner
A 27-year-old man is expected to survive after being shot in the head early Tuesday morning in Toronto's Junction neighbourhood.

The man was shot while on Edwin Avenue at Dupont Street, just east of Dundas Street West, at around 12:30 a.m. Police say the bullet hit the man in the forehead but inflicted non life-threatening injuries. He spent the night in hospital having surgery.
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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Once Mr. Harper gets his majority,once Tim Hudak becomes Premier and once John Tory becomes Mayor, all Toronto's problems will be solved.

Neo Conservative said...

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ah, yes... the wisdom of compassionate, intellectual anonymous leftbot trolls.

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Anonymous said...

Shot in the forehead and has non life threatening injuries.
Kinda of makes me wonder if it was an Airsoft gun he was shot with.

Neo Conservative said...

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think this may have been the reporting... read somewhere else he's actually critical.

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Anonymous said...

You're right. The Toronto Sun had a small blurb about it.
http://www.torontosun.com/news/torontoandgta/2009/12/15/12163061.html
That blows my Airsoft theory.

Anonymous said...

Corrected link
http://www.torontosun.com/news/torontoandgta/2009/12/15/12163061.html