09 June 2012

Gives a whole new meaning...

...to the phrase "shop 'til you drop"...

"Police flooded Kensington Market Saturday afternoon, taking down at least two people at gunpoint only a day after the arrest of a man suspected of a stabbing in the downtown neighbourhood."

"Bystanders said a running altercation started in Bellevue Square Park over a drug deal and then moved through the crowded market. At least one of the four men involved brandished a knife and his target at one point ran into an army surplus store, reportedly looking for a weapon with which to defend himself."
The Eaton Center. Kensington Market. Two areas in Toronto frequently paired with the words "vibrant" & "tourist."

Probably less so now, as the bodies start to drop. Don't say you haven't been warned.


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"Media obfuscation may still work in the court of public opinion -- it got Obama elected in 2008 -- but it will not work in a court of law. The truth will out. When it does, the major media will lose a good chunk of whatever credibility they have left."


Frances said...

But wasn't the annual Sportsmen's show being held in the Market at that time?

jwkozak91 said...

The money quote's actually in the linked article at that post:

Whatever verdict is given to Zimmerman the Latino, "a good chunk of the nation's urban real estate will go up in flames".

Neo Conservative said...

jwkozak91 says... "a good chunk of the nation's urban real estate will go up in flames".

yup... the racebaiters & their lackeys in the msm have seen to that.

as long as it generates headlines.