Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Son of Syrian restaurant owner charged in violent Antifa protest

Three Antifa members have been arrested for intimidation, assault and other crimes during a Maxime Bernier campaign rally in Hamilton. Among them was Alaa Al Soufi, the son of the owner of the Toronto restaurant “Soufi’s”.  (True North0

Police investigate incidents of assault, sexual assault at St. Michael’s College School

Officials at St. Michael’s College School took a full day to report a video showing an alleged graphic sexual assault on a student to police, according to a statement and timeline released by the school. (Toronto Star)
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  • Police identify 16 new potential victims after arrest of ex-Montreal police officer, hockey coach

    Longueuil police have identified 16 potential new victims in connection with François Lamarre, a former hockey coach and retired Montreal police officer who is facing charges related to the alleged sexual assault of four minors. (Global News)

    Man stabs seven people in Central Paris knife attack

    PARIS — Petanque players in Paris who helped in the apprehension of a knife-wielding man have been lauded Monday for their bravery as French authorities opened a murder investigation into the attacks that saw seven people injured. (National Post)
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  • Man arrested after Paris knife attack wounds 7
  • Creep who assaulted woman at pro-life rally faces slew of charges

    TORONTO  - A man allegedly caught on viral video doing a roundhouse kick and striking a woman in the shoulder during an anti-abortion rally, knocking her phone out of her hand, has been arrested by Toronto Police. (The Province)
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  • Man acquitted after brawl outside Vancouver strip club

    A Vancouver man has been acquitted of aggravated assault after striking two people with a metal post outside a downtown strip club last year. (Vancouver Sun)

    Police officer holds baby for hours as mom files report

    A Utah police officer is being praised after photos showed him holding a young mother’s baby as she filed a domestic violence report. (CTV News)

    Three suspects deported after series of Surrey street brawls

    Surrey RCMP say three individuals will be deported from Canada as a result of their involvement in a series of assaults involving large groups of youths over the past several months. (CBC)

    Toronto man roundhouse kicks female anti-abortion protester

    TORONTO - Police are investigating after a man was caught on camera kicking a female anti-abortion protester, supposedly in the name of “defending women’s right to choose.” (CTV News)

    Bill Owens photographed the Hells Angels at Altamont then hid for 49 years

    When Bill Owens got his pictures of the violence at the Altamont Speedway Free Festival published in Rolling Stone, he would not let his name appear on the photo credit. Owens had been threatened and he feared retribution from the same Hells Angels he’d photographed swinging pool cues in front of the concert stage on Dec. 6, 1969. (San Francisco Chronicle)

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