Good cut for GoFundMe. The Toronto Van Attack hoaxsters set up their own swindleraising foundation to avoid fees. My guess is the actors will get far less than $500K each – I’m sure the corporations used to set up the scam will get the lion’s share and only dispense a small monthly annuity. Wouldn’t it be great if one of the actors squawked over their pittance?
“The GoFundMe campaign raised $15.175 million, approximately,” said Garinger. “After the deduction of fees charged by GoFundMe, the net amount the memorial fund anticipates receiving from the donated monies is … right around $14.7 million. Read more: St. Albert Humboldt committee to announce legacy campaign details later this month Humboldt Broncos face off against Saskatchewan league in trademark fight for #HumboldtStrong Humboldt Broncos returning for 2018-19 hockey season “One hundred pe
On a side note, a Jr. Fakeologist noted that one of the cuter vicsim hockey player’s instagram profile picture changed – after he “died”. It now includes his girlfriend. I’m sure they can come up with a suitable lie to explain that, but it was creepy to see “dead” people’s virtual lives change after the fact.
Since they decided in the psyOp script to let the sim-villain/actor live, lawyers are needed to continue the charade. In real cases, the crown usually gets a lead prosecutor. Let’s see if one is named as this drags on for years. One assumes that legal aid will pay the bills (ie. tax money). In Canada, we don’t have “tv in the courtroom” – and the US doesn’t either in real cases – so we’ll have to rely on sketches to “prove” that a case is actually occurring.
When Alek Minassian appears in court Thursday for a second time since his alleged van rampage on Yonge St. last month, he will be represented by two highly-respected and experienced Toronto defence lawyers, the Star has learned. Courtroom veteran Boris Bytensky confirmed in an email that he has been hired and has asked fellow Toronto defence lawyer Breese Davies to join him representing the 25-year-old.
As I eluded to in a previous comment, I wonder IFF they are creating vicsims from whole cloth, that they model them after certain people that locals may be familiar with.
Geraldine Brady used to pull out photographs of her great-grandson, dotingly telling visiting friends about the little boy, and rifle up newspaper clippings to show off articles about her daughter and the farm she ran.
The Toronto attack involved a RYDER TRUCK.Ryder Trucks have been used before in false flag attacks -1. “The 1,200-pound bomb was in a Ryder truck parked in a parking garage beneath the World Trade Center” in 1993. 2. In the Oklahoma City bombing, “McVeigh and Nichols removed the bomb supplies from their storage unit in Herington, Kansas, where Nichols lived, and loaded them into a Ryder rental truck”
There’s very little truth in any of these fictional stories, but I believe this part:
An employee answering the door at the Korean consulate in Toronto said they weren’t confirming whether any Korean nationals were dead or injured in the van attack, leaving that up to either Canadian or Korean officials.
But South Korean news agency Yonhap cited a government agency as saying two Korean nationals were among those killed Monday.
It is true that the media is self referential in all its stories. One false story somewhere and they all refer to it is true, but then original story is false.
At least the consulate deflected instead of lying.
Yonge St. van attack victim remembered as ‘the best person’ torontosun.com…
Forsyth, the oldest identified fatality of the Toronto van attack, was a vivacious woman who was struck down as she returned from her daily walk to the shops and to feed birds and squirrels.
Friends at the North York Seniors Centre where she lived for more than 20 years described a fiery old lady whose deafness did not discourage her from taking control of conversations, and whose years of bladder cancer treatment could not keep her from her regular visits to the slots at Casino Rama.
Fakeologists don’t harrass, but we mock the creators from a distance even though harassment stories are also also phony.
Yonge Street Tragedy
-The family of one of the victims in the Yonge Street tragedy reports some media are harassing the family
-Toronto Police request that all media respect the privacy of those involved