‘He’s pure evil’: Man with 230 felonies charged in gruesome triple Florida murder

A career criminal with more than 200 felonies under his belt is among three people charged in connection with the grisly triple-slaying of best friends in Florida late last week. Polk County Sheriff’s Office has released chilling footage from a Dollar General store in Frostproof, Fla., that was shot about 10 minutes before the fatal ambush on July 17. (Vancouver Sun)

WE scandal worsens, screams out for an RCMP investigation

Each day exposes more slime oozing in the WE scandal enveloping the Trudeau government.Yesterday we learned that the $912 million for the WE charity was not actually for the WE charity, but rather for the WE Charity Foundation, an entity set up as a real estate holding company with an annual budget of $150,000. (True North)

Veteran Abbotsford officer dies after attack in Nelson

A veteran Abbotsford police officer who was attacked in Nelson has died from his injuries. Abbotsford cops and the Nelson police issued statements Wednesday saying Const. Allan Young died overnight in hospital after being assaulted with a weapon in Nelson last Thursday. (The Province)
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Hailstorm of bullets fired in frightening Mississauga ambush

For 20 frightening seconds, the air was filled with the sound of weapons firing 142 bullets. Then there was a second five-second volley. It sounded like war-torn Syria — not Darcel Ave. in Mississauga. (Toronto Sun)

The disgrace of Portland

If only mobs were allowed to destroy federal property without consequence. Then, there wouldn’t have to be any dispute over federal agents defending a federal courthouse in Portland, Ore. It could simply be overrun and burned to the ground with no unwelcome resistance. (National Review)

RCMP make national security arrest in Calgary

“Alberta RCMP can confirm that an individual was arrested in Calgary today in relation to a national security file,” said RCMP spokesperson Fraser Logan.(Global News)
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Gang task force targeting Brothers Keepers has reduced violence say police

B.C.’s anti-gang police say a special task force targeting the Brothers Keepers over the last 18 months has led to a reduction in the number of gangland hits and murder attempts. (The Province)

‘A totally upside down world’: Backlash after St. Louis couple who aimed guns at protesters charged

The St. Louis couple who emerged from their mansion in a gated community and aimed weapons at protesters marching past them last month were each charged Monday with one felony count of unlawful use of a weapon. (National Post)

Body believed to be Martin Carpentier found in Quebec

SAINT-APOLLINAIRE - After a manhunt that stretched over 12 days, it appears Martin Carpentier has been found dead. The Sûreté du Québec said it had found the body of a man in the area of Saint-Apollinaire around 7 p.m. Monday evening “following information given by a citizen.” The land search for Carpentier had been abandoned by the police over the weekend. (Montreal Gazette)

Federal judge’s son shot dead, husband wounded in attack at North Brunswick home

The son of a federal judge has been shot dead and her husband critically wounded after they were attacked at their home by a gunman dressed as a FedEx driver. The attack happened at the home of Esther Salas, 51, an Obama-appointed District Court judge, in North Brunswick, New Jersey, on Sunday evening. (Daily Mail)