18 June 2019

Look, who really didn't see this coming?

Meet the Raptors fans who couldn't keep it in their pants...most wanted

Six men have been arrested in a downtown shooting that followed the Toronto Raptors’ NBA Finals win. Abdulrahman Abdullahi, 23, of Toronto, is charged with attempted murder as well as multiple firearms-related charges. Kamal Hassan, 26, of Toronto, is also charged with attempted murder, firearms charges and fail to comply with recognizance.

Ilyas Riyaleh, 23, Zachary Cust, 21, and Nathaniel Campbell, 33, all of Toronto, face multiple firearms-related charges, while Jovane Watson, 20, of Toronto, and Cust face drug charges.
Note that this is the initial shooting that took place the night of the final game.

News on charges for yesterdays four shootings at Nathan Phillips Square are still pending.

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UPDATE: It's not Kamal's first rodeo...
A Toronto man who recently beat a double murder rap a few months ago has now been charged with attempted murder in connection to a shooting that happened during the Toronto Raptors celebrations on Friday.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

One of the shooters at the Eaton Centre was found not guilty in the murder of someone last year, at least they got him for this one.

Neo Conservative said...

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toronto's infamous "catch & release" program.

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Anonymous said...

@Kenji ...
First: they emptied our prisons of “non-violent drug offenders” ... then the “non-violent murderers”

Neo Conservative said...

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and this lovely gentleman...

"Two years ago, he was convicted of possession of a firearm and received time served — 45 days pre-sentence custody — and a $10 fine."

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