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I suspect this story has two purposes (coming from the Sun’s Chris Doucette, resident hoax reporter).

One, to create a feeling of tension and apprehension among the public, and two, to make it seem that there is lots of crime going on, coincidentally when the police budget is being debated.

Since we don’t probably really know how much crime is really out there, then we’ll never know if we are paying for too many police. Who knows, we may have 50% more police than we need. With an aging population and a growing group of immigrants who are more family based (with better morals, and I speak of SE Asians), I am sure crime is on the decline. Too bad we can’t get an honest study.

Six suspected baby-faced crooks — a couple of them barely old enough to drive — face 120 charges for a violent string of gunpoint robberies committed earlier this month, Toronto Police said Friday.

A group of armed thugs, dubbed the Cross-Border Bandits, worked in teams of two or three to rob four convenience stores over 11 days in the city’s west end and in Peel Region, police alleged.

And one business was held up twice.

Staff-Insp. Mike Earl, who heads up the holdup squad, alleged that bandits “were on a spree, terrorizing clerks at night.”

He said the first two stick-ups occurred Dec. 6.

via 120 charges laid after violent robbery spree | Toronto & GTA | News | Toronto Sun.

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One thing for sure, we won’t win any friends doing our research, but when the media shoves these “personal” moments in our face, are they not asking us to at least observe and somehow be affected?

I am not sure about any event in and around the Toronto Police Service at this point. So I must quite simply question everything they put before us.

This “brother’s” speech had many oddities to it. He turned from being very “emotional” to making a 180 degree turn and make an off the cuff joke at 10:10 about a heart donation. Other strange topics to bring up included bringing a puppy to a family that wasn’t allowed to have one in their condo, to a corny, and scary mall incident in which he threatened some unruly teenagers from mocking a Filipina with ketchup.  Both strange stories sound more like a bad script than real.

“he had a contagious smile and sparkle in his eyes…” Is this something a brother would say about another, especially two guys who spotted each other weightlifting in a gym?

Const. John Zivcic’s brother gives emotional speech at funeral | 680News.

You watch and decide.

Remember, the 9/11 deception was the biggest hoax of our time. The script writers and psyOp departments have to do something in between big ones.

This event could be one of them.

Here’s a 9/11 family member actor to show you how it’s done: