Tag: RCMP National Operational Overview

WPS Forensic Investigator Seizes Clothing Item (Photo JGJ)
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No End in Sight for Indigenous Bloodletting – MMIWG in Death Throes

It’s hard to find a reason to be optimistic regarding the plight of Indigenous people in the City of Winnipeg. The violence rages unabated with little hope or cure in sight. Those who believed the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls was the path to change […]

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False Narrative Major Impediment in Fight to Stop Violence Against Aboriginal Women

Another violent scene plays out in an Aboriginal community in northern Manitoba and main stream media barely yawns. If you search the internet you’ll find most media outlets simply regurgitated the obligatory RCMP media release.  They covered the story in approximately sixty-five (65) words. I guess the circumstances weren’t that compelling. On October […]

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And Justice for All- Or Maybe Not

I’m hoping I wasn’t the only person sickened by a Mike McIntyre crime story published in the Winnipeg Free Press this morning. It’s hard not to be concerned when you catch a headline that reads, “Convicted Winnipeg rapist won’t go to jail.” The story is just another example of the many depraved, […]

CHARGES ELEVATED IN BIZARRE CASE – Booze – Bondage – Death
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CHARGES ELEVATED IN BIZARRE CASE – Booze – Bondage – Death

It’s been reported as a bizarre case of extreme intoxication, bondage and sex. Winnipeg Police originally called it a, “suspicious death.” Now, two-hundred and seventy-five (275) days later, a senior Manitoba Crown Attorney, tasked with conducting a thorough review of the evidence, is calling it homicide. On March 17, 2014, shortly after 8:00 […]

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POLICE INVESTIGATE HOMICIDE – Violence Against Women Trending in YWG

On November 21, 2014, at approximately 3:00 a.m., Police and EMS responded to a suite located in the 500 block of Victor Street regarding an injured female. On arrival, Police located a forty-four (44) year old female who was the apparent victim of a stabbing.  The woman was rushed to […]

The #MMIW End Game – Solution Buried Under the Great Canadian Lie
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The #MMIW End Game – Solution Buried Under the Great Canadian Lie

The horrific sex attacks on Rinelle Harper (16) and an unidentified twenty-three (23) year old Aboriginal woman in Winnipeg might prove to change the national conversation. Justin James Hudson (20) and a seventeen (17) year old offender stand charged with attempt murder, aggravated sexual assault and other serious offences. Both men are […]

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“Democracy Works Best When We Take Ownership & Get Involved.” – PC Party Fires Staffer For #MMIW Blog Post

The controversial issue regarding the debate for a National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (#MMIW) just grew another layer. It seems the Manitoba Progressive Conservative Party has added to the intrigue by firing Spencer Fernando, a PC caucus staffer who published a “pro” National Inquiry blog post. Winnipeg Free Press journalist Dan Lett […]

@JUDY_WL TAKES PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE – Scores “F” on Leadership Scale
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@JUDY_WL TAKES PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE – Scores “F” on Leadership Scale

Winnipeg Mayoral candidate Judy Wasylycia-Leis has added her name to the long list of politicians who prefer intellectual resignation over the implementation of meaningful policy, action and change. “I strongly support moving forward on a national inquiry on missing and murdered aboriginal women and girls,” Wasylycia-Leis said in a statement printed […]