24 June 2017

Silence of the BLMs

Meet the walking wounded of Hogtown...

As of June 20, at least 682 people have been shot in Toronto during the past four and a half years, according to Toronto police statistics.
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UPDATE: And the hits just keep on coming
One man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a shooting in the city's Silverthorne neighbourhood this afternoon, Toronto Paramedics confirm. It happened near Black Creek Drive and Eglinton Avenue at around 1:15 p.m.

According to police, the victim walked into 12 Division with his injuries.
And...
One 18-year-old man is dead and another has been charged with second-degree murder following a stabbing in the city’s west end early Friday morning. Andrew Gomes is charged with second-degree murder.

The fatal stabbing was one of several violent incidents reported in the city overnight. A 15-year-old male was stabbed at Warden subway station just before 2 a.m. He is in hospital fighting for his life.

Police were also called to a lounge on Danforth Avenue, near Coxwell Avenue, at around 1:45 a.m. after a woman was stabbed in the back.
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LAST WORD: Those "Professional" Journalists...

...they're so cute...
An Albuquerque, New Mexico, news crew gained first-hand experience in covering local crime on Friday when the station’s SUV was stolen within sight of its reporters.

Journalists for KOB-TV were preparing to film a segment about the city’s unsafe streets on Friday when their vehicle was stolen from a downtown parking lot right before their eyes.
I got nuthin'.


2 comments:

Nicola Timmerman said...

Went to high school there before the Manley Jamaican hordes arrived and settled in public housing. Manley was one of Trudeau's heros. The culture is gun toting and having children with several different women. Other cultures started their own gangs, but this was the beginning of the wrecking of Toronto. Glad I left for university and work.

Neo Conservative said...

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bailed on toronto myself in 2001.

best decision i ever made... never looked back.

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