29 April 2016

The Diversity Chronicles

The teens were reportedly tied to chairs, beaten, forced to perform sex acts and moved to different locations in the Flemingdon Road area of Lawrence Heights over the course of two days. Police also said the teens were forced to play Russian roulette with a loaded handgun.

UPDATE: They do like their "streetnames"...
Police arrested 19-year-old Quinton Gardiner, who is suspected of being one of the leaders of the ‘Young Buck Killas,’ on April 23. Gardiner was charged with kidnapping-related offences.
In other unspeakable acts news...
The human remains found earlier this week in the St. Clair Avenue and Weston Road area belong to 28-year-old Rigat Ghirmay, who was the victim of a homicide in 2013, Toronto police say.


Anonymous said...

old white guy says.......just another celebration of vibrant diversity.

Bill Elder said...

As I'm reading all the facts confirmed the objective fact that GTA has a gang problem and that criminal violence is culturally rooted - gang culture that is ethnically centered - call it the new urban tribalism.

Anyway, I didn't expect authority spokes-thingies to be culturally specific in identifying the problem but I DID expect them to at least admit the source of the violence is gang related.

Instead we got this: "Earl said that the incident points to a larger problem of gun violence in the city. There's a lot of guns on the street and the video shows it," Earl said.

That's like saying there are a lot of 2nd story B&Es happening because ladders are available.

This police logical fallacy of false equivalence is an insult to our intelligence, and it confirms that as long as police/politicians scapegoat the gang issue as a "gun control" issue, the violence will continue.

Neo Conservative said...

post updated:

meet quinton gardiner of the "young buck killas."

i'm just waiting to hear about his arch-nemesis from the "mandingo spearchuckers."

hey, i'm not the one glorifying tribal homicidal nomenclature.