13 August 2016

Of course, down on the Rez...

...they call that... "Tuesday"...first ninja

"RCMP have arrested a 17-year-old from the Frog Lake First Nation after an altercation that involved three dogs, a sword, an ATV and a shotgun."
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RELATED: A Tale of Two Shootings
Meechance said they were attacked almost immediately upon stopping in Stanley's yard, located about 90 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon, halfway between Cando and Sonningdale, Sask.

"All of a sudden some guy, he just came out and he just smashed our windshield."

"Where can we feel safe? Where can we break down if we have vehicle issues? We can't break down on the back roads because someone's going to come out with a gun."
Hmmm... that sounds crazy... let's ask the dead guy's brother...
The last time William Boushie ever saw his brother Colten, he begged him to stay home. William says he wanted his brother to stay home because he was intoxicated and with friends William didn’t approve of.
Who are you gonna go with here?


3 comments:

Bill E said...

From the headline it sounded like some kinked-out sex cult, but yeah, turned out to be another day on the rez.

Neo Conservative said...

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the other aboriginal murder mystery the cbc was touting, the teenage sweethearts... turns out it was the dead boy's cousin.

i guess justin won't have to set up another 50 million dollar enquiry after all.

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Bill E said...

"the other aboriginal murder mystery the cbc was touting, the teenage sweethearts... turns out it was the dead boy's cousin."

pretty linear with what the RCMP stats have told us for decades - most Aboriginal murder victims knew their murderer well.