11 July 2019

The Usual, well... you know...

toronto's most wanted

On July 10, 2019, Shawn Vassel, 35, of Toronto, was arrested. He is charged with:

1. Second Degree Murder
2. Discharge Firearm with Intent
3. Careless Use of Firearm
4. Unauthorized Possession of Firearm
5. Possession of Prohibited or Restricted Firearm
6. Possession of Firearm Contrary to Prohibition Order x 2
Vassal, Vassal... that sounds so familiar...insert alt text here
In 2011, Vassel — 27 at the time — was convicted of second-degree murder in the 2007 shooting of Husam Dagheim.
Obviously Pierre-lite needs to make handguns "super double illegal."

Or we could stop letting cold-blooded killers go free.

UPDATE: Maybe this'll slow him down a bit
Facing charges of second-degree murder in connection with a deadly shooting in May, the 35-year-old Vassel’s in a hospital bed at St. Mike’s — paralyzed from the waist down — after Monday’s ‘all-out gun battle’ in the Queen St. and Ossington Ave. area.

RELATED: Afghani thug gets "Hamilton Handshake"...
Suleiman Husaini had ties to London and Toronto, where he was well known to police for gun crimes. Husaini was convicted in 2013 for having two loaded handguns in a car. One of the guns had been used in a shooting in Toronto in May 2011.
Good riddance.


LAST WORD: Diversity is our streng...
The man wanted for hacking a Toronto father to death last year with a machete sits in an Iranian prison — but not for much longer.

Before Toronto Police could put out a Canada-wide warrant for his arrest first-degree murder with a warning that he was armed and dangerous, Sepehr Yeganehfathollah, 26, was already on a plane bound for Turkey and then Iran.


Anonymous said...

Only took 10 months for him to re-offend... perhaps someone should ask the appellate judges if this was a good result?

Neo Conservative said...

catch & release.

it's the canadian way.