I’m pretty sure that the SIU is required by law to reveal “subject officers” immediately. While we may see a real person playing the role of this officer, I’d be surprised if Mr. Forc(e)illo was ever a Toronto Police Service officer.
I’m not quite sure why those that pull off and those that agree to these hoaxes want to see a tension manufactured between the citizens and the police. Is this part of a divide and conquer strategy? Here’s an excerpt of an unimaginative fake background:
I must remind myself and others that as far as I can tell, psyOps are always conducted within the confines of the law. While they are immoral in their deception, they are not illegal. It is not illegal for the wholly-owned media to lie. So most of their statements and actions in their stories are always close to the truth or the way the truth would look, but there’s always one small thing missing or twisted that the average serf will miss.
It’s too bad real reporters don’t seem to exist or are silenced. Those that deal with police and court matters on a regular basis would see these glitches instantly. If there are any real past columnists in the Toronto area who I (used to) respect who want to chime in here,contact me. We can discuss this privately if you’re afraid to expose truth.
It appears that even more than a decade ago, Forcillo knew he wanted to be a police officer.
On the website for a Toronto gym started with a high school friend, a James Forcillo, then a Grade 12 student who played football in 1999 for what is now the Toronto Grizzlies, was described as planning on studying law enforcement at a college in the GTA. When contacted by the Star, the friend refused to comment.
The Star learned the officer’s identity from a police source Tuesday, as the Toronto police and the SIU continued to keep the name a secret.
via Officer in Sammy Yatim shooting identified as James Forcillo | Toronto Star.