Tuesday, July 14, 2020

FBI discussed interviewing Michael Flynn ‘to get him to lie’ handwritten notes show

Explosive new internal FBI documents unsealed Wednesday show that top bureau officials discussed their motivations for interviewing then-national security adviser Michael Flynn in the White House in January 2017 -- and openly questioned if their "goal" was "to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired."(Fox News)
  • Trump blasts 'scam' Flynn investigation
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    Vancouver Police find IED during traffic stop

    VANCOUVER - An area of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside was shut down for hours Tuesday as police worked to detonate an improvised bomb seized during a traffic stop. (Vancouver Sun)

    Nova Scotia gunman drove across field, spent 6 hours hiding from police

    The Nova Scotia gunman who killed 22 people in one of Canada's worst mass shootings evaded police for nearly 13 hours by driving through a field, spending the night in an industrial area and changing his clothes and vehicles several times. (CBC)
  • N.S. gunman killed 9 victims by setting their homes on fire
  • 1 police officer dead, 1 wounded in Baton Rouge shooting

    BATON ROUGE, La. - A shooting in Louisiana’s capital city left one police officer dead and his wounded colleague fighting for his life Sunday, authorities said, adding a suspect was later taken into custody after an hourslong standoff in which shots were fired at a SWAT team. (USA Today)

    The RCMP did a commendable job in Nova Scotia

    The mainstream media wants you to think the RCMP failed to do their job during the Nova Scotia tragedy. This is far from the truth. (True North)

    RCMP rescues girl held in captivity in a secured cabin near Ile a la Crosse

    A girl who had been held in captivity against her will for four days in a secluded cabin in northern Saskatchewan was rescued by Saskatchewan RCMP officers. According to RCMP in a news release, officers received a report about a girl being held captive in a secluded cabin across Lac Ile a la Crosse, roughly 10 kilometres from the village of Ile a la Crosse, shortly after 6 p.m. on Thursday. (The Star Phoenix)

    RCMP kept off trail of N.S. mass murderer by perfect storm of issues in first 12 hours: Expert

    OTTAWA - Police inexperience, pitch black night and a chaotic crime scene with 13 bodies and multiple fires: It was a perfect storm of conditions that kept the RCMP off the trail of mass murderer Gabriel Wortman for 13 hours, a former police detective says. (National Post)

    Canada’s deadliest shooting leaves at least 17 dead including RCMP officer and suspect

    At least 16 people were killed by a gunman in a 12-hour rampage that began in Portapique late Saturday night and ended in the parking lot of an Enfield gas station Sunday. An RCMP officer, Const. Heidi Stevenson, was among the deceased. RCMP said the gunman, identified as Gabriel Wortman, also died. (Halifax Chronicle Herald)

    ‘In excess of ten people killed’ including an RCMP officer in shooting rampage

    RCMP say one of their own is included among at least 10 victims of shooting rampage in rural Nova Scotia this weekend. At a news conference Sunday evening, RCMP Commanding Officer Lee Bergerman confirmed Cst. Heidi Stevenson, a 23-year member of the force, died while responding to an active shooter incident earlier today. "Heidi answered the call of duty and lost her life while protecting those she served," said Bergerman. (Halifax Today)

    Police say man killed himself after being found in missing woman’s camper

    VANCOUVER - The search for a missing B.C. woman took an alarming turn this week after police found her camper in the Fraser Valley with a man inside. The RCMP said the camper and a truck, both registered to April Lee-Ann Christine Parisian, were discovered near the border between Abbotsford and Chilliwack on Thursday evening. (CTV)