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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 2:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Except your baseless charges were WRONG -- as they so often are.

A classier dude would offer an apology ... no manners!
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 3:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bugs wrote:
Except your baseless charges were WRONG -- as they so often are.

Now your an idiot on top?

You said this.
"Notice that the investigation that led to the arrest was done in the USA! Good."

I countered with...
"Police said on July 7, 2017, Toronto police seized a loaded Glock 19 9mm handgun during a crime investigation unrelated to Jackson's case. Officers tracked down where the gun was from, and discovered it had been purchased by Jackson in the U.S.
Officials said they launched an investigation, learning that Jackson, an American citizen, had bought 67 firearms in the U.S. starting January 26, 2017."

Now, due to lack of intelligence I must say...Toronto Police are from Toronto ONtario. Do you know thats in Canada?
I hope so.

So there, in your own link presented, it shuts down your assertion. Completely.

Hope thats easy enough for you ! (I doubt it being SOS)
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A classier dude would offer an apology ... no manners!


I am sorry ...................that you are the thickest, dumbest poster I have ever met. Most racist homophobic ones are.

Your nephew? Should have been you to cleanse the gene pool. (prob another of your lies anyway, soo sooooo many of those. two more in your last post too!)
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( we'll find out in 2 weeks exactly what ideas are being proposed by the liberal cabinet )


Blair wants to make cabinet pitch on possible handgun ban within two weeks



Border security minister wraps consultations on tackling gun crime


Kathleen Harris · CBC News · Posted: Jan 18, 2019 1:47 PM ET | Last Updated: an hour ago


Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction Bill Blair is expected to report to cabinet in two weeks on a possible prohibition on handguns and assault weapons. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press)


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The federal minister tasked with studying a handgun ban for Canada hopes to make a recommendation to cabinet within the next two weeks.

Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction Bill Blair has spent the last several months consulting with stakeholders across the country, looking for ways to restrict access to firearms for gang members and other criminals.

"We've completed that study and we're compiling the results and I'll be going before the cabinet in the coming weeks with results of that review and some recommendations," Blair said during the Trudeau government's cabinet retreat in Sherbrooke, Que.


"I'm hoping that we'll be able to do that just in the next two weeks, but again, it depends on a number of different important issues that have to be addressed by government."


The minister will carry out final consultations in Quebec, Ontario and Alberta in the coming days.

Blair was tasked in his Aug. 28, 2018 mandate letter with studying a full ban on handguns and assault weapons in Canada, working with Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale on policy, regulations and legislation related to gun control.

The examination was launched after a string of high-profile gun-related deaths and injuries in Canadian cities, including Toronto and Montreal.

Gun control as an election issue

Gun control advocates have pressed the government to adopt stricter laws to restrict firearms, including a ban on handguns.

Others, including sports shooters and some police groups, have argued against a ban.

"There's no way in my world, or any world I know, that this would have an impact on somebody who's going to go out and buy an illegal gun and use it to kill another person or shoot another person," said Mike McCormack, the president of the Toronto Police Association.

Gun control likely will become an election campaign issue, as the Conservatives have attacked Liberal policies as "lazy" measures that would hurt lawful gun owners and do nothing to reduce gun crime.

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has proposed a series of measures to restrict firearms ownership, including a lifetime ownership ban for anyone convicted of violent crime or gang-related activity.


https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/blair-guns-ban-legislation-1.4983849?cmp=rss
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Toronto Centre wrote:
Bugs wrote:
Except your baseless charges were WRONG -- as they so often are.

Now your an idiot on top?

You said this.
"Notice that the investigation that led to the arrest was done in the USA! Good."

I countered with...
"Police said on July 7, 2017, Toronto police seized a loaded Glock 19 9mm handgun during a crime investigation unrelated to Jackson's case. Officers tracked down where the gun was from, and discovered it had been purchased by Jackson in the U.S.
Officials said they launched an investigation, learning that Jackson, an American citizen, had bought 67 firearms in the U.S. starting January 26, 2017."

Now, due to lack of intelligence I must say...Toronto Police are from Toronto ONtario. Do you know thats in Canada?
I hope so.

So there, in your own link presented, it shuts down your assertion. Completely.

Hope thats easy enough for you ! (I doubt it being SOS)
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A classier dude would offer an apology ... no manners!


I am sorry ...................that you are the thickest, dumbest poster I have ever met. Most racist homophobic ones are.

Your nephew? Should have been you to cleanse the gene pool. (prob another of your lies anyway, soo sooooo many of those. two more in your last post too!)


You're foaming again. As I recall, I gave the American arms control people credit, because they noticed all the guns that Jackson was buying, and alerted the Canadian side. That's the reason the guy with the NEXUS pass was pulled over. And you went bananas because you claimed the Toronto police were responsible for the arrest.

It's really a shame that you can't be rational because I think you suffer from a lot of the delusions that a lot of well-meaning Canadians suffer from -- the trust in governments that shouldn't be trusted.

I tell you what -- why don't you join the human race, and stop your ranting, and I'll stop triggering you.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice try to spin out a new version dude.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( more GTA gangsters arrested in Thunder Bay , these kinds of arrests aren't really a surprise anymore )


Five suspects arrested after drug bust


Three of the accused are from Toronto while two are from Thunder Bay.

Jan 16, 2019 4:39 PM by: Matt Vis

Thunder Bay Police Service 2018


THUNDER BAY -- A multi-agency drug bust has resulted in five suspects being arrested and the seizure of two loaded handguns along with quantities of fentanyl and cocaine.

The Thunder Bay Police Service, along with the OPP, Nishnawbe Aski Police Service and Anishinabek Police Service, conducted the sting at an Athens Drive residence on Tuesday night.


Officers were preparing to execute a search warrant when a silver SUV, which had been reported stolen, was seen leaving the residence. The vehicle was stopped by police and a passenger in the vehicle was arrested and charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking.

The search warrant for the residence was executed about an hour later. The police services seized quantities of fentanyl with an estimated street value of $22,000, cocaine with an estimated street value of $4,350, cash and two loaded handguns.

Of the five charged, 22-year-old Ahmed Abukar, 24-year-old Adams Suleman Ankamah and 24-year-old Osagie Isaac are from Toronto. The two other suspects – 27-year-old Charis Demi Bougie and 48-year-old Charlotte Ann Bougie – are from Thunder Bay.

They all face charges of one count each of possession for the purpose of trafficking fentanyl and cocaine, proceeds of crime over $5,000, two counts of careless storage of a firearm, two counts of possession of a restricted or prohibited firearm with ammunition, two counts unauthorized possession of a firearm, two counts of possession of a firearm knowing it to be unauthorized and possession of a prohibited device.

The five suspects remain in custody ahead of future court dates.


https://www.tbnewswatch.com/local-news/five-suspects-arrested-after-drug-bust-1199250
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2019 5:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( this bust was more unusual as police seized a prohibited ( stolen ) hand gun , meaning it legally belonged to someone else before the drug dealer got it . but had been classified as prohibited at some point so it would be very hard to legally own now )


Charges laid after Edmonton police seize 2.4 kilograms of cocaine


Crack, cocaine, cash found in search of a York neighbourhood address


CBC News · Posted: Jan 17, 2019 10:43 AM MT | Last Updated: January 17



Police say this cocaine was recovered from a northeast Edmonton property last week. (Edmonton police)


A 23-year-old man is facing 15 charges after police seized nearly more than two kilograms of cocaine from a northeast Edmonton address.


The property in the York neighbourhood was searched by the Northeast Division Special Projects Team on Jan. 11, police said in a news release on Thursday.


An investigation began after police were made aware that the accused was selling "large quantities of cocaine," police said.


Officers seized 2.4 kilograms of cocaine with an approximate street value of $144,000, 26 grams of crack cocaine with an approximate street value of $1,600, and about 7,700 grams of a buffing agent worth $16,000.


A stolen handgun, ammunition and $6,760 in Canadian currency were also recovered.

The accused was arrested with the assistance of the canine unit, police said. He faces a total of 15 charges including possession for the purpose of trafficking, possession of stolen property and possession of a prohibited firearm.


Edmonton police seized this prohibited handgun during a search last Friday. (Edmonton police)


https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/cocaine-edmonton-drug-bust-1.4982109
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2019 5:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( and another one this one from someone banned by the courts from owning a firearm )


Man faces drug and firearm charges

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Published on: January 21, 2019 | Last Updated: January 21, 2019 5:02 PM EST


A 22-year-old Bradford, Ont., man is facing drug and firearm charges after Brantford police found a vehicle reported stolen on Friday.

Police said the man is charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking crack cocaine, cocaine, methamphetamine, fentanyl and Percocet.

He is also charged with careless storage of a firearm, possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a firearm, knowledge of unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of prohibited ammunition, possession of restricted firearm with ammunition, two counts of possession of a frearm contrary to a court order and breach of probation.

Police said the owner of a vehicle lent it to an acquaintance who did not return it on time. Police stopped the vehicle on King Street. The male driver and a second person in the vehicle fled. The driver was found nearby at a local business.

Police said they recovered a loaded semi-automatic handgun in the bathroom of the business.

They also seized a large amount of money and a knife.

Inside the vehicle, police found a backpack that contained a large amount of drug paraphernalia and suspected drugs including crack cocaine with a street value $1,140.00, methamphetamine valued at $4,900, fentanyl powder valued at $15,500, cocaine valued at $4,900 and Percocet pills valued at $30.


https://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/news/local-news/man-faces-drug-and-firearm-charges
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2019 5:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( yet another one from Brampton Ontario , not the innocent patch of suburbia it used to be )


Police Searching for Brampton Male Considered Armed and Dangerous


by Jonah Shinuda on January 18, 2019

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An arrest warrant has been issued after a recent police search turned up cash, drugs, and weapons.



On Friday, January 18, investigators executed a search warrant at a residence in the area of Sandalwood Parkway and Edenbrook Hill Drive.

Investigators reportedly seized a quanity of cocaine, $10,000 in cash, and two loaded firearms with various ammunition.



Police have issued an arrest warrant for 32 year old Brampton man Jonnarthan Thangarajah.


Thangarajah is is believed to be operating a 2017 grey Lexus RX5 SUV, with an Ontario licence plate CDZJ357.

Police say he is considered armed and dangerous.

If seen, residents are asked not to approach Thangarajah but to immediately contact police at 905-453-2121, ext. 2133.

Information may also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca.

Photos courtesy of Peel Regional Police


https://www.inbrampton.com/police-searching-for-brampton-male-considered-armed-and-dangerous
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2019 6:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does it strike anyone as passing strange that these reports are put in newspapers but they don't give us the identity of the perps? Don't we have a right to know their names?

Trust me, they aren't protecting the identities of the perps.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 12:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

" Brampton Ontario , not the innocent patch of suburbia it used to be "

It really never was. MAybe in the 70's but thats 40 years ago.

High crime has always been a hallmark of Brampton.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 4:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

They do give us a name after all ... it's because they want the public to find him for them.

It's Jonnarthan Thangarajah and he's driving a one-year-old Lexus. And he's armed and dangerous and a drug dealer on a sufficient scale to keep up appearances, driving around Brampton and Mississauga all this time, without a problem.

Wads of cash in the house, along with loaded guns.

And you can bet the only reason they released his name is that he's on the lam. They give no physical description, only the car license plate number.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 4:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bugs wrote:
Does it strike anyone as passing strange that these reports are put in newspapers but they don't give us the identity of the perps? Don't we have a right to know their names?

Trust me, they aren't protecting the identities of the perps.




a lot of them do provide names of the accused , usually they release a name if the person has been charged with serious offenses
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 4:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bugs wrote:
They do give us a name after all ... it's because they want the public to find him for them.

It's Jonnarthan Thangarajah and he's driving a one-year-old Lexus. And he's armed and dangerous and a drug dealer on a sufficient scale to keep up appearances, driving around Brampton and Mississauga all this time, without a problem.

Wads of cash in the house, along with loaded guns.

And you can bet the only reason they released his name is that he's on the lam. They give no physical description, only the car license plate number.



the article provides a picture of him , mugshot maybe ? but to most people in the GTA he'd look like any other south Asian man that age , nothing stands out about his appearance


but I agree if the police knew he was a drug dealer / gang member why did it take so long to attempt to arrest him ? surely they knew what someone like him was up to ?


or is there just literally so many bad dudes in Peel region these days the police don't know what to do about them all ? arrest one , another one takes there turf and sells drugs instead
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( we'll soon find out what the liberals have planned for Canada's legal gun owners , with everything from a ban on hand guns and assault rifles being floated to more crazy ideas such as central storage facilities for firearms )


LILLEY: News of possible Liberal handgun ban expected soon


Brian Lilley


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January 28, 2019


Updated:
January 28, 2019 7:03 PM EST


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We could find out as early as this week if the Trudeau government plans to go ahead with a possible handgun ban.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has repeatedly floated the idea and this past August, in the wake of the Danforth shooting in Toronto, tasked cabinet minister Bill Blair with studying the idea.

“You should lead an examination of a full ban on handguns and assault weapons in Canada, while not impeding the lawful use of firearms by Canadians,” Trudeau wrote in his mandate letter to Blair.

That examination has included a series of meetings across the country with both gun control advocates and the lawful firearms community.

Two weeks ago at the Liberal cabinet retreat Blair said he hoped to bring the matter to his colleagues when Parliament resumed. MPs are now back in Ottawa and the divisions on this issue are clear.

Not only are the Conservatives opposed to a handgun ban, many rural Liberal MPs are worried about their party enacting strict gun laws that will impact legal gun owners but do nothing to take guns out of the hands of criminals.

The Liberals were virtually wiped out across most of rural Canada over the gun registry issue, only taking back many of the seats in the 2015 election.

Blair has not tipped his hand on whether he will recommend a ban on handguns or the undefined term “assault weapons” but he has hinted that there will be changes.

In an interview last week with CBC Radio, Blair said that while many firearms have legitimate uses, others he said, ”their sole intent and their sole use is to actually take people’s lives.”

“So those weapons we need to be far more restrictive of, and even look at how we keep those entirely out of our society,” Blair said.

It’s a ridiculous argument, especially from a former police chief who has at least some knowledge about guns.

There are 2.2 million licensed gun owners in Canada and tens of millions of guns in civilian hands. Those licensed gun owners are not the problem to be solved but they do appear to be the target of the Liberals.

Banning certain types of guns and forcing licensed owners to hand them over to police won’t take a single gun out of the hands of the criminals and gang members shooting up cities across the country.

The reason is simple: those people don’t have a gun licence and they use illegal guns. Putting in a ban won’t stop them from using guns, it just means they will be breaking one more law.

Another idea that Blair has floated is a centralized storage system for guns.

He mentioned this idea last week while speaking to members of the Port Coquitlam and District Hunting and Fishing Club. Blair said the government wants to deal with what he called “widespread theft and break-in of homes and sporting goods stores.”

This has been a government talking point for months now even though it isn’t backed up by fact.

The claim is that more guns used in crime in Canada are coming from Canadian sources. One Toronto police official widely quoted claimed that 50% of crime guns come from Canada. Yet when asked for data to back that up, the Toronto Police Service had none and eventually Chief Mark Saunders admitted that guns smuggled in from the United States are the real problem.

Canadian cities are seeing a spike in gun crime, there is no doubt about that and it is happening across the country.

The government is right to try and find ways to deal with that. But unfortunately, once again, they have their sights on the wrong target. In the coming weeks, we may learn exactly what they plan to do to Canada’s law-abiding gun owners.


https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/lilley-news-of-possible-liberal-handgun-ban-expected-soon
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