Canadian psyOps are always inferior to their American counterparts. They leave out so many details, it seems like they’re not trying.
We’re told we have a serial killer on our hands. There’s no evidence, photographic or otherwise, this villain even exists, let alone was booked into a Toronto jail.
Here’s the explanation why there’s no mug shot. Warning: it’s lame.
We’ve got many fake crime hoaxes on the go now. I guess almost no-one in the city is following them, or even knows about them at all.
No matter what the product, we always reach for the American version. This also applies to psyOps and hoaxes. So much for home grown or buy local!
Toronto police didn’t make public a mug shot of Mr. McArthur after he was apprehended on Jan. 18.
Officers were following standard procedure. Typically, Toronto police will only release mug shots if they are seeking a fugitive or if investigators are making an appeal to the public to see if more potential victims could step forward – for example, in investigations of serial fraudsters or sex predators.
“We have a high threshold for us to release a picture. There has to be a valid investigative purpose,” Toronto police spokesman Mark Pugash said.
However, within minutes of the news of Mr. McArthur’s arrest, his Facebook page was already being shared online and media outlets harvested pictures from that social-media account and from his online dating profiles.