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An early investigation into the disappearances of three men from Toronto’s Gay Village led police to explore the possibility that they had been cannibalized by a suspect who lived minutes away from convicted killer Luka Magnotta.

The disturbing revelations were made public Monday, after more than 6,500 pages of court documents containing details of the Bruce McArthur investigation were released.

The documents revealed that before McArthur became the main suspect in the case, the investigators were following James Alex Brunton, a 65-year-old retiree in Peterborough, Ont., who had an extensive online presence where he claimed to have engaged in cannibalism.

 
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The two police officers who were involved in a fatal shooting last summer in Anaheim, California, will not face any criminal charges, the police chief said Wednesday.

Sean Staymates and Kevin Pedersen fired more than 70 times at 50-year-old Eliuth Penaloza Nava, who they'd been told was armed and acting erratically, according to authorities.

 
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MPs on both sides of the House of Commons are condemning a newly-released video that shows a Kelowna RCMP officer questioning an under-aged Indigenous teen who was reporting a sexual assault, asking her questions such as "were you turned on during this at all, even a little bit?"

Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett was the first to express outrage, telling reporters on her way into a caucus meeting on Wednesday that it was: "totally inappropriate and I don't know where people get that kind of right to re-victimize somebody, it's disgusting.”

 
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Continuing story:

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A young Indigenous woman who was questioned by an RCMP officer in a video that has been widely denounced by Parliamentarians has spoken out for the first time, saying she’s still coping with the incident.

The woman, now 24, spoke to the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network in an exclusive interview. Identified simply as “J,” she said she still lives with post-traumatic stress disorder stemming from several life events, including the time she went to Kelowna RCMP as a 17-year-old to report being sexually abused.

“I absolutely was punished for reporting. It ruined my trust in police completely,” she said.

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A 74-year-old woman was knocked to the ground by a police officer during an anti-pipeline protest on Wednesday.

The dramatic incident, which was captured on camera by CTV Vancouver, happened outside a lunchtime Liberal fundraiser attended by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

In the video, the woman is seen approaching a uniformed police officer and another man dressed in a suit. The woman appears to shove one of the men, and is then forcefully pushed backwards, falling to the ground.


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^ Ordinarily I'm outraged or disgusted at a lot of the police's behaviour in this thread but I side with the police in this case. Being 74 doesn't give you a free pass to push or physically provoke anybody. If you are going to physically mess around with police or security detail charged with protecting the head of government, you should expect your actions to escalate quickly. If this was a young man in place of the woman, he'd be told it served him right.

Cynical sensationalism at best.

 
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A much-anticipated final report from the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls calls on police services to do a better job dealing with human trafficking cases.

The report is to be released in Gatineau, Que. today in what's expected to be a highly emotional ceremony.

The findings of the federally funded inquiry focus on legal issues including policing.


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"former Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed Australian woman Justine Ruszczyk Damond after she called 911 has been jailed for 12½ years.

Mohamed Noor said on Friday ... he "knew in an instant I was wrong" and apologised to Damond's family, just moments before a judge brushed off a defence request for leniency and ordered him to prison."

"a sign at the courthouse that had the words "Black, Muslim, Immigrant and Guilty" with boxes checked next to each word. He said he doubted a white officer would have been treated the same in Noor's situation."

"They are worried about disappointing the white community. For that reason, justice was not served today."

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^ "did not personally interview any of the witnesses, including the civilian witnesses. He only listened to interviews of the police officers involved, which were conducted by other police officers."
 
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Fallout from that study of hateful police social media posts has begun.


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^ Good. The law of today is blind to race and social class and those enforcing it should be too.

The fact that so many police have been removed from the streets surely raises questions about the hiring and training standards though I suppose it's easy to blag your way as someone who doesn't look down on different races.


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We're exporting our hatefulness:


 
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^ This doesn't have anything to do with Donald Trump, or our hatefulness. As the article notes, "Teka’s death has rekindled the fury of the Ethiopian Israeli community, which holds long-standing complaints of over-policing and police brutality."

 
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I didn't say anything about Trump.
 
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^

I have to say, that's a tough one for me. I can't conclude that there's racism involved.

I went to my local Social Security office a month or so ago, in a small town where some people still leave car doors and homes unlocked, and there was a security guy who rifled through my stuff to make sure there wasn't a weapon. (Last time I went for jury duty -- less than a year ago -- our county courthouse doesn't have metal detectors or ANY sort of security check or security questions). You just don't see security measures like that around here.

The guard was polite in explaining that he's required to sort through my things.

If the guy's job, in that news article, is to be certain that nobody has brought a gun or weapon into a federal building, that's his job. You can rent or buy a police uniform; isn't that a thing in a lot of heist movies and terrorism plots? So there's a guy in a police uniform -- you can't say he's a cop, you have to say he's a guy in a police uniform -- and he's insisting on entering with a gun.

I chalk this one to overzealousness and poor training. Security guards are not as trained as cops are, so obviously they need more training. Also better screening of candidates for temperament. And maybe a sign on the door that says law enforcement personnel my not enter while armed. BOTH the cop and the security guard should have been employing de-escalation techniques.

I hope the cop in the story remembers the feeling of having a gun trained on him, as a reminder in his own profession.

 
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By that logic, being pulled over by police for traffic violations should be optional too. Anyone can put a set of flashing lights on their car and spray paint "POLICE" on the side. How do you know it's not a carjacker in disguise?

The validity of the deputy's identity was never in question. The security guard never doubted he was a real police officer, he simply became irate because the deputy refuse to give up his gun.

100% agree. They also need some form of ego control training (as do the police). Too many of these guys let their power & authority go to their head.
Sworn law enforcement officer that are on duty and working in their official capacity are legally allowed by law to carry firearms in to restricted places like schools, courthouses, airports, bars and yes, the IRS building. Since the deputy on in uniform and on-duty, he would have violated department policy by de-arming himself. The security guard had no legal authority to attempt to de-arm the deputy, which is why he is being charged with a crime.
The deputy did attempt to deescalate the situation. When the security guard refused allow him in with his gun, the deputy attempted to leave the premises. The security guard followed him through the building all the while pointing a gun at the deputy's back. In the article, the deputy said as he was walking away he was mentally preparing himself to be shot in the back since the security was acting completely unhinged.

Pointing a gun at a police officer is a deadly threat. The deputy could have draw his own gun, shot & killed the security guard and it would have been 100% legally justified. IMO, the the deputy showed a tremendous amount of patience and restraint and should be commended for it. The headline of the story could have easily been "Security Guard Killed After Pointing Gun at Police Officer"

In other situations I would agree, but the deputy here did nothing wrong He also did not escalate the situation by drawing his own gun and trying to out macho the security guard. Personally, I don't think he could have handled the situation any better than he did.

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Jman wrote:
It was not legal for the officer to enter with a firearm.
Then he need not be doing personal errands while on duty. Problem solved.
Mmmmmm. The guard's job is to make sure no guns enter the property. So that's probably not the reason he was charged.
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Usually in broad daylight it's easy to know that the car and uniformed officer are legit -- the cars are pretty easy to identify. But at night, police impersonators in the middle of nowhere, stopping women driving alone -- that's a legitimate concern.


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And as a police officer, he has been moved to protective custody.

 
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Dallas:

He asked the police for help. They told him to stay on the ground, where he was handcuffed and writhing. He said he was afraid the officers would kill him. They told him to relax. He asked for help again. They kept him pinned, his face in the grass, a knee on his back. He asked again.
Then Tony Timpa went unconscious. In less than 20 minutes he was dead.

 
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The optics aren't great.
 
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[url=/>An Illinois mother filed a lawsuit on Thursday accusing police officers of “terrorizing” innocent children after her unarmed, 12-year-old son was shot in his bed with an assault rifle during a pre-dawn raid on their home.
The lawsuit alleges that nearly two dozen Country Club Hills and Richton Park SWAT officers entered Crystal Worship’s home in May with exploding flash-grenades and automatic rifles to execute a search warrant intended for her boyfriend. During the raid, her black son, Amir, was allegedly shot by a white officer as he sat on his bed with his hands in the air and suffered a shattered kneecap.
“There is a silent epidemic of trauma being perpetrated upon the children and families of color by Chicago and South Suburban police barreling into the wrong homes, handcuffing innocent adults, holding guns on children, handcuffing children, trashing their homes, refusing to show warrants, and screaming dehumanizing commands,” Al Hofeld Jr., the family’s attorney, said in a press release announcing the lawsuit.
“Now, children are being shot in their beds,” he added.
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