CTV is Reporting that "Two RCMP officers who mistakenly opened fire at a man outside a rural Nova Scotia firehall as they searched for a rampaging gunman said Thursday they believed they had found the shooter and defended their actions as consistent with their training. Const. Terry Brown and Const. Dave Melanson made the assertion as they testified before the commission of inquiry into the mass shootings that claimed 22 lives over a 13-hour period on April 18-19, 2020." This was a fire hall where the police took survivors to protect them. The police knew this facility was being protected by the real police. Their shots went through the garage doors into the hall where the civilians were. If you are shooting at a suspect, you know what's behind the target. That's not one or two stray rounds.
There is no way they thought they were shooting at Gabe Wortman. It was a marked car out front protecting a known safe house. If they had any doubt whatsoever about the police car all they had to do was radio in and say hey is that one of us? That's all they had to do. Their story fails the test of believably.
These two officers are lying because the Nova Scotia mass shooting was a false flag. Every crime has a motive. Gun control is the only motive in this crime. The money he received from the RCMP makes them the prime suspects.
The Nova Scotia shooter case has hallmarks of an undercover operation according to Macleans
Nova Scotia Fire Hall shot up by police during mass shooting
If the Canadian populace was awake this story would get some real traction and coverage. Unfortunately for 90% of Canadians the adage of "you can't handle the truth" is alive and well.ReplyDelete
Yes but I think even locals are starting to realize the official narrative doesn't ad up.Delete
The astral blue in ucluelet the two port alberni supposed mass murderers now Nova Scotia. People aren’t stupid.ReplyDelete
I think the double homicide in Ucluelet is a little less mysterious.Delete
Has anything else come out about the Sherman's in Ontario?ReplyDelete
I haven't heard a thing. The police tried to say it was a suicide then finally admitted it was a murder. Chalk one up for the Pharmaceutical greed.Delete
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Interesting. I'll have to check it out.Delete
These two idiots cops along with the other ones screwed up huge. Where was the amber alert??Either this was a planned event to roll in the gun control goons or dumb and dumber RCMP are literally that useless!ReplyDelete
The they sprayed bullets at a “target” then left the scene without so much as getting out of their cruiser to check on their “target” makes their action even more concerning and unbelievable.ReplyDelete
And being acceptable action for their superiors they should all face derelict of duty charges.
Dennis, did you know in a couple weeks all sales of long guns will be recorded, effectively creating a new long gun registry? Runkle of the bailey (Canadian firearms lawyer) had a good video on YouTube explaining it. There are some alarming things regarding the potential for identity theft under the way they are implementing it.ReplyDelete
I just saw a Rebel News report on that. I'm not sure how that was implemented. Usually we hear about bills before they're passed not after. Sounds like it's just if you want to sell your long guns. What we have still isn't registered. Change the government, change the law.Delete
No not anymore bills are hidden for more " pressing" news. I can tell you of a few bills that have snuck through that would wake up a whole field of sheepDelete