The Ottawa Citizen is reporting that "An Ontario Provincial Police officer was killed and two others were seriously wounded after a shooting early Thursday in the town of Bourget, southeast of Ottawa. Sgt. Eric Mueller was killed when he and two other officers from the Russell County OPP detachment were sent to a “disturbance” at a home on Laval Street in Bourget, a town about a 45-minute drive southeast of Ottawa, at about 2 a.m. Thursday. The two officers with Mueller were seriously wounded in the shooting incident, which OPP commissioner Thomas Carrique described as an ambush. A 39-year-old suspect was safely taken into custody by other officers responding to their injured colleagues, police said. Court documents show that Alain Bellefeuille has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Mueller."
The timing of this legitimate tragedy is once again highly suspicious. Gang members shoot each other, they don't shoot cops. That brings way too much attention and is bad for business. The Nova Scotia mass shooting was timed to coincide with Justin Trudeau's gun control bill despite the fact that none of the guns used were legally obtained. The bogus public inquiry did not explain why the RCMP deposited such a large sum of money into the shooters bank account nor did it adequately explain why two RCMP officers shot up the vulnerable spots of a firehall that was a known safe house for civilians. The Saanich shootout was absolutely ridiculous. Every crime has a motive. Any crime that does not have a motive other than gun control is suspicious.
Parties on all sides of gun debate unhappy with revamped Bill C-21 legislation