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My wife is right, I am anal retentive...., so now I keep a can of WD-40 next to the toilet! (Sometimes I feel like I'm just a bobble-head on the highway of life!)
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Oh to be young and stupid!
MONTREAL - Ten young people suspected of wanting to join jihadist groups overseas were arrested last weekend at Montreal's Trudeau International Airport, the RCMP said late Tuesday.
No charges have been laid, the investigation is ongoing and the 10 young Montrealers have had their passports confiscated.
The RCMP said in a statement that it is unable to release any names or information on what led to the arrests.
Investigators have, however, met with the families and friends of the suspects and said “the decision to leave the country was not that of the family, but of a single family member.”
“These are very difficult times for the relatives and loved ones of the persons arrested,” the RCMP said. “As a result, family members often find themselves at a complete loss and unable to understand the decision made by the youth.”
Now THIS is a guy that should know better, and the only reason that comes to mind for this horrible act is some form of mental illness!
(Plus, this hit a little too close to home!)
A 38-year-old father in London, Ont., has been charged with attempted murder after a five-year-old girl was stabbed on Tuesday morning.
Andrew Bruce Hill, 38, is in custody, according to London police, and has been identified as the girl’s father.
The five-year-old remains in hospital.
And THIS proves that ya just can't make everybody happy at the same time.
The Toronto Police Service launched its one-year, $500,000 body camera pilot project on Monday, sparking concerns among privacy groups over the use, safety and security of footage recorded by officers on the job.
Executive Director Sukanya Pillay of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association says body cameras can be a "good thing for accountability," but they raise a number of questions that need to be addressed as part of the pilot project.