THE RCMP KILLS AGAIN, AND ANOTHER COVERUP

  this now happened in Alberta
RCMP

see http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/11/11/no-rcmp-alcoholics-it-seems/

http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/the-police/

 

Thumbs up: Top 5 most recommended comments

 Taser use continues to be a divisive issue, provoking strong reaction in Canadians across the country.

Over 800 of you weighed in on the story of a Southern Alberta man who died after an RCMP officer used a stun gun to subdue him, though investigators say it’s “unclear whether the device was successfully deployed.”

Here are your top five most recommended comments.

  • 713 recommend: “From the article: “Police gave few details, but said they used a Taser on the man…. “The adult male then experienced medical distress and was immediately provided with emergency medical assistance.” Sorry RCMP – WE DON’T BELIEVE YOU!We all now know that: “Provided with emergency medical assistance” is code for kneeling on someone’s back until they stop breathing.I sure hope there is dashcam video footage or civilian video footage, because, as we know, anything a RCMP spokesperson says when someone is killed with a Taser is nothing more than deceitful lies.” — effects 
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  • 690 recommend:
    “I used to work for Nortel. If one of the phones ever killed anyone the entire product line would have been recalled. Phones aren’t suppose to kill anyone. 
     Neither are tasers. Why has this product line not been recalled? Why do the police insist on using this product which is defective x% of the time. Why does our government let the company continue business, and let the police continue use a defective product?” — reddwarf
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  • 550 recommend:
    “””The adult male then experienced medical distress and was immediately provided with emergency medical assistance. The male was transported to Brooks Hospital where he later died,” police said. ”
     
  • TRANSLATION: The man began acting wonky, so they tased him a couple more times, then realized that he probably needed an amulance.” — Intelics

  • 525 recommend:
    “Somehow, I feel sure the RCMP will say that the man who was “observed to be injured”, died of his injuries, not their taser. I also supsect that the RCMP “investigation” started with a look around to see if anyone recorded the incident, so they could confiscate the evidence. Of course, we could wonder why an injured man needed to be tasered. We could demand that the police stop killing people with this particular toy. We could fuss and debate on CBC about the wretched system that always exonerates or protects the police, no matter what they do. (they’ll still do it) Such is the state of the public’s lack of trust in the RCMP” — zedinbc
     
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  • 494 recommend:
    “You can be sure that the RCMP will check very carefully to see whether there was any video of the incident before they decide what story they will put out.
     
  • Let’s see, pick one:

    1. He was holding a dangerous weapon, and WE FEARED FOR OUR LIVES.
    2. He was in excited delirium.
    3. We didn’t actually TASER him. He was, um, hit by lightning yeah, – in two places centimetres apart, which left little red welts.” — Michael W

       
       
    You think the Dziekanski lies are troubling? This is an organization that will lie to the media about the name a six-year-old gave to a puppy in a contest. Lying to Canadians is written into Mountie DNA.
      
    >  edmontonsun.com – Alberta – Five cops subdued man in Brooks: witnesses
    > The Alberta Serious Response Team, an independent body, is investigating the circumstances of Prentice’s death, which happened Wednesday evening shortly after he was found knocking on the homes of strangers in a quiet cul-de-sac.
     

     

     

    > Troubled Liberal MP Ruby Dhalla  ‘a bit of a manipulator’ By ALTHIA RAJ,
    > Prentice had convictions dating back to the late ’80s and early 1990s for drug trafficking, possession and resisting arrest by NADIA.MOHARIB
      
    NADIA, You along with your colleagues HAVE A BIG DIRTY MOUTH, YOU LIKE TO GOSSIP, LIE ABOUT AND SLANDER GOOD PEOPLE SHOULD BASH THE bad RCMP RIGHTFULLY INSTEAD.. CLEARLY THIS IS AN RCMP REPEAT OF THE VANCOUVER AIRPORT INCIDENCE.
      
    ALL SICK PEOPLE SHOULD BE HELPED AND NOT KILLED, SLANDERED..

     

       
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    IN KEEPING UP WIT THEIR BAD RCMP IMAGE  Three men in British Columbia are demanding an investigation into what they claim was a nightmarish case of mistaken identity after they were allegedly beaten by RCMP officers and bitten by a police dog in a raid last year. A senior RCMP officer in the province has apologized for a Nov. 7, 2008, raid on a Surrey apartment building, in which members of the force’s emergency response team smashed in a number of doors, including that of Iranian refugee Emad Hovaizavi. On Monday, the three men will ask the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP, an independent agency created by Parliament, to examine what happened.

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/05/04/rcmp-raid-complaint.html

    http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/06/16/no-confidence/

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