02 January 2012

Everybody's sayin' Toronto crime is down

I'm guessin' Jamahl "Wizzle" Franklin & Michael "Biff" Pimentel might disagree...

"The two murders were part of a violent start to the new year in the GTA that included numerous shootings and stabbings."
Maybe I'm just getting old... but why exactly is it, so many of these homicide victims seem to have way-cool "street" names?

Anybody?


5 comments:

Don said...

I wonder if the guns were registered....

Anonymous said...

wizzle was an amazing individual, and wasn't in any way involved with anything gang related.

Neo Conservative said...

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well, anon... we'll just take your word for wizzle's, uh... "amazingness"... but, tell me... is it just my imagination or is it usually the guys with the jazzy street names who seem to be catching all the street heat?

i mean, what's up with that?

ps... no comments yet from any of biff's people... but we'll keep you posted.

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Rural and Right said...

Strange, we don't seem to see these violent gang problems in rural Ontario.

Ofcourse the fact that a Pig roast doesn't break into a gun battle with rival farm boys makes us all white racists ...

Anonymous said...

Hi there... Pretty delayed response to this but I only came across it now. Mike was NOT involved in any gangs or anything gang related. The nickname "Biff" came from when he was younger. He was a big guy who loved to work out and instead of buff... Biff.