Thursday, October 17, 2019

More arrests possible as Hamilton police review video evidence

Hamilton police say more arrests are possible as they scour video evidence in the wake of a protest outside a rally by People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier, which saw a number of violent clashes outside the event. (CBC)

Hero cop killed in Bronx during hand-to-hand struggle with armed suspect

NEW YORK - A hero NYPD officer was fatally shot early Sunday during a desperate, hand-to-hand struggle with an armed suspect just after midnight on the grounds of the Edenwald Houses in The Bronx. (New York Post)

When the PC police affect the actual police, communities are less safe

When the politically correct (PC) police start affecting the actual police, that’s a problem for society. We need the actual police to be free to do their job without restrictions other than those placed upon them by law. (True North)

Dead killers recorded video taking responsibility for three B.C. murders

Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky used a digital camera taken from botanist Leonard Dyck to record several videos of themselves taking responsibility for Dyck’s murder, as well as the murders of Chynna Deese and Lucas Fowler, before they died in an apparent suicide pact. (Vancouver Sun)

Emergency homeless encampment hearing hears of firefighter stuck with a needle, police being swarmed and growing drug turf war

Vancouver city management, Vancouver park board management, Vancouver police and Vancouver fire services all called for a court injunction to end the Oppenheimer Park tent city at an emergency meeting on Thursday night. (The Province)

Politically correct police have taken over actual police

TORONTO - Since the beginning of peoplekind, this might take the, you know, dessert with frosting. “OPP no longer identifying gender of victims and accused involved in crimes” was the headline on a CBC story Monday. (Toronto Sun)

Sherwood Park woman killed in officer-involved shooting

EDMONTON - Alberta’s provincial police watchdog is investigating after a woman was killed in an officer-involved shooting in Strathcona County Monday. (Edmonton Journal)

Greek police arrest suspect in 1985 TWA Flight 847 hijacking

A man wanted in the 1985 hijacking of a Trans World Airlines (TWA) plane in which a U.S. Navy diver was killed has been arrested by Greek police. Police said Saturday the suspect, a 65-year-old Lebanese man, was arrested on the island of Mykonos two days ago. His name came up as the subject of a German arrest warrant when he disembarked from a cruise ship, police said, according to Reuters. (Fox News)

NYPD cop denied bail in alleged murder-for-hire plot

NEW YORK - The NYPD cop accused of plotting to murder her estranged hubby — as well as her boyfriend’s teen daughter — was denied bail because of her “lack of impulse control” and her “defensiveness.” (New York Post)

Houston PD officer shot, suspect killed

A violent crime spree late Thursday night ended with a Houston police officer seriously wounded and one of four robbery suspects dead from police gunfire. (Houston Chronicle)