Wednesday, August 16, 2023

Supervised drug consumption site worker charged with obstructing justice in fatal shooting of Toronto mother

CBC is reporting that "Two more people have been charged in connection with their alleged role in an east-end shooting that killed a mother of two back in July. In a news release issued Tuesday, Toronto police said 20-year-old Ahmed Mustafa Ibrahim has been charged with manslaughter, robbery and failing to comply with the terms of his probation in the death of Karolina Huebner-Makurat. He was scheduled to appear in court today."

"Ibrahim is the second person charged who police allege was directly involved with the killing, following Damian Hudson, who was charged with second-degree murder last month. Pickering woman Khalila Zara Mohammed, 23, was also arrested and charged with accessory after the fact to an indictable offence and obstructing justice in connection with the case, police said Tuesday. She was also scheduled to appear in court Tuesday."

"In a statement sent to CBC News, South Riverdale Community Health Centre (SRCHC) CEO Jason Altenberg and interim Board Chair Emily Hill said they were distressed to learn that a person charged with accessory after the fact and obstruction of justice in connection with the shooting had been working at the site's consumption and treatment centre since 2021. The centre later confirmed Mohammed worked there."

The Toronto mother was killed by a stray bullet while walking past a safe injection site. Now we hear an employee at the safe injection site has been charged with obstruction of justice. Harm promotion increases crime and addiction. The Portugal model made drug treatment mandatory. That's why it was successful. We don't even make that an option. In BC drug dealers sell drugs at treatment centres. If you want drug treatment you have to leave BC.


  1. You are correct about the Portugal Model and BC. We do not make available the other supporting pillars. 1) Court ordered drug testing 2) Court ordered drug treatment. 3) Fines under $700 Euro 4) Back to jail if not met. It's a decrim free for all here and they have screwed up. Insite wasn't working decrim without consequences.

  2. For all the rant & rave about the “Portugal” program, did I not read recently their latest “report” showed the system isn’t working? My motto…. More of what you’re doing (failure) isn’t going to make it work. I certainly don’t have the solution or suggested answer to this pathetic drug-induced society, but I do not support or agree with ANY of whats in place today. More clean, FREE DRUGS equates to offering alcohol to alcoholics. Reality check. And I particularly don’t agree with MY tax dollars being utilized for all these drug addicts!

  3. Let's legalize hard drugs and the problem will go away!

    Said nobody with half a brain cell left, BUT politicians did.

  4. You've got the Portugal model all wrong. They've got nothing but problems over there. Visible drug use on the streets has quadrupled. Rehabilitation is optional and there are year long waits.

    1. Evidently there has been a turn for the worse. Decriminalization hasn't worked. Overdoses are at a 12 year high. The lobbyists here kept quoting the Portugal model as though it was a good thing but now we can see it has clearly failed.

  5. RiP, what a beautiful woman


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