09 August 2019

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

Taking guns away from lawful citizens won't slow these knuckleheads down even a tiny bit. Why is that so hard to understand?insert alt text here

One man is dead and another man is wounded after gunshots rang out in Toronto’s Parma Court neighbourhood on Friday afternoon. Police say they were called to Wakunda Place, east of O’Connor Drive, before 2:30 p.m. for numerous calls from residents about the sound of gunshots.
And of course, there's also this...
Police responded to a call for unknown trouble at a building on Wakunda Place, near Victoria Park Avenue and O’Connor Drive, around 9 p.m on Saturday. They found a man with serious injuries and no pulse. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The victim has been identified as Henryk Dabrowski, 60, of Toronto.
Wakunda, Wakunda... that sounds so familiar...
Welcome to Wakunda Place, a small rundown complex of 199 TCHC apartments and 46 maisonettes in the O’Connor and Victoria Park area.

Tenants say it’s overrun with crack dealers, plagued by loud noise, fighting, gun and other physical violence.
And not a farmer, hunter or skeet shooter in the bunch...
On Wednesday, Aug. 7, police arrested Mohammed Mahdi, a 29-year-old from Brampton, along with 27-year-old Yasin Bassey and 40-year-old Khumane Agil, both from Toronto. Each of the accused is facing three counts of attempted murder and other firearm-related charges.
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RELATED: Gangs, gangs... that sounds so familiar...
The majority of Black inmates (51%) were incarcerated for Schedule I23 (violent) offences in 2011/12. As of April 14, 2013, Black inmates were nearly two times more likely than the general inmate population to have a gang affiliation.
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LAST WORD: Hmmm... smells like a clue to me...
Three-hundred and twenty six people charged with firearms offences are free on bail in Toronto today, Chief Mark Saunders revealed Friday as he seeks to redistribute blame for the sudden increase in gun violence in the city over the last seven days.


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