Friday, November 9, 2018

Fatal Shooting in Surrey - Doug McCallum nails it



CBC is reporting that "A 22-year-old man is dead after a shooting in the Newton area of Surrey, B.C., early Friday. Police were called to the 14200 block of 70A Avenue in Newton after someone called 911 just before 1:30 a.m. PT. Officers discovered a man lying on the ground suffering from gunshot wounds. Attempts were made to revive the victim but he was pronounced dead on scene. The shooting happened within a block of Georges Vanier Elementary School."

Doug McCallum nails it

CBC is reporting that "McCallum released a statement Friday saying the death is 'yet another example of the ongoing trauma and fear that are being inflicted on the communities, residents and families of Surrey.' The recently-elected McCallum ran on a platform of eliminating Surrey's RCMP force in favour of an independent municipal police force. In his first council meeting Monday, McCallum put forward a motion to create that force. The mayor said he's dismayed by the resistance from provincial officials and urged Premier John Horgan to remove roadblocks to help the transition proceed."

"In response to McCallum, Deputy Commissioner Brenda Butterworth-Carr of the B.C. RCMP released a statement saying his comments risk undermining public trust and confidence in Surrey's current police force. 'With a homicide of this nature, people are already reluctant to come forward. Any erosion of public trust and confidence challenges our ability to solve complex cases with assistance from people who are often reluctant to participate in the first place.'"

Erosion of public trust? AYFKM? What trust? People report Hells Angels drug trafficking to Crimestoppers and the RCMP won't do anything about it. That is what people are telling me. The RCMP is compromised. They are assisting the Wolf pack's drug trafficking in Surrey.

"Butterworth-Carr emphasized the Surrey RCMP and IHIT, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, would continue to work diligently to maintain public safety." That is a lie. IHIT is trying to solve murders after they happen but the RCMP is doing nothing to prevent them by confronting organized crime. That does not protect public safety.

Bob Paulson admitted in his exit interview that while he was in charge of the RCMP federally, he took almost every officer off organized crime and put them on that ridiculous terrorist creation task force mandated with terrorist quotas. The RCMP have publicly admitted that they have absolutely no desire whatsoever to investigate organized crime so give the job to someone who will.

As for the Province, when the RCMP task force investigated money laundering in BC Casinos the BC Liberal government disbanded the RCMP task force. When the OMGU proved Pat Fogherty wrong and made two huge Hells Angel busts in Kelowna, the BC Liberal government disbanded the OMGU. You can't get any more corrupt than that.

Right now the BC NDP is sounding a lot like Donald Trump and Alex Jones. They're just controlled opposition full of sound and fury but doing nothing. Where is the OMGU? Why have they not brought it back? Failing to do so makes them culpable in that criminal negligence. The NDP have started to talk about money laundering in BC Casinos but they are approaching it from the wrong angle. All the RCMP want to do is seize the proceeds of crime. They don't want to stop drug trafficking. They just want a cut of the business. That is not the New York model.

Emphasis on seizing the proceeds of crime is the corrupt LA model during the time of Freeway Ricky. The DEA stopped trying to disrupt street level drug trafficking, they just focused on seizing the proceeds of crime while the various DEA agents were pocketing finder fees of their own. This is why we need a Mollen Commission in BC. The RCMP are compromised and the BC NDP are complacent in that fact making them criminally culpable for the escalating violence resulting from street level drug trafficking. The NDP just want to tax the drug dealers like any other big corporation without stopping them or interfering with their business.

Surrey is ready for the New York model. With or without the RCMP or the BC NDP. Maybe Surrey has to hire private investigators and form it's own task force to investigate RCMP and Provincial government corruption. Evidently, if you want something done you have to do it yourself.

Maybe Doug McCallum can hire a private investigator to find out where the billion dollars a year the RCMP loses from it's terrorist budget every year goes. Think of the number of schools and hospitals we could build with a billion dollars a year. Losing that much money from your budget every year is organized crime.

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    1. This is so obviously Blaze and simply proves my point. The RCMP is compromised: https://gangstersout.blogspot.com/2018/11/wheres-waldo.html

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    2. lol Blaze removes his comment after I outed him again then makes another post about me on the Dirty. I don't give a f*ck what you post fly sh*t. That place is a toilet. You don't matter. Stay on the Dirty where you belong you Po Po Hoe.

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  2. Before the New York Model Michael Dowd from the 75th Precinct in Brooklyn would warn his drug dealers before a raid and give them police escorts when they moved money. He admitted everything in the documentary about it called the Seven Five: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM0IOHiZSl4

    In Surrey we have drug dealers for the Wolf pack who are in the Witness Protection Program that receive police escorts when they sell cocaine. That's your Q Drop.

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