Sadly, the only real part of this fictim is the GoFu**Me page and the payout.
The signature 11 made me post this piece of storytelling.
Citizen Kane no less.
An evening out at a restaurant on the Danforth should have been a relaxing night for Danielle Kane and her boyfriend. Then gunman Faisal Hussain opened fire on the family-friendly street, killing 10-year-old Julianna Kozis and 18-year-old Reese Fallon, and injuring 13 others. Kane is one of those victims. The 31-year-old nursing student was shot in the spine as she and her boyfriend, nurse Jerry Pinksen, rushed out of an Italian restaurant, determined to help any way they could. A bullet struck
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.