First, the natives are restless in Caledonia. Not the Six Nations idiots, I mean the people who live in Caledonia. Seems that illegal smoke shops (as in more than one) have been springing up along Highway Six in the occupied Douglas Creek Estates confusion zone. People in Caledonia don't like it because its illegal, blocks traffic and is an eyesore. December 1st they had a demonstration in front of one. Not the first time residents have staged a demonstration, but it IS the first time 200 OPP cops didn't show up. This time they sent eight (8). Predictably, the noble Six Nations Protesters punched out fat, diabetic old Gary McHale who frankly looks about as dangerous as a fire hydrant.
The other casualty happened when the OPP tackled and seriously injured a resident with a video camera. You know, before he captured somebody doing something they shouldn't be, like Indians shoving and hitting the cops while the cops ignored them and faced the residents who were NOT shoving and/or hitting anyone. But there's still video of Gary McHale getting attacked from behind though. Walking away too. That's not going to play well in court I bet, when the noble Six Nations Protesters try to get McHale charged with assault. Love those camcorders. OPP Chief Fantino was rumored to be blaming McHale for assaulting Clyde Powless's fist with his face, Gary says he's going to cooperate only with the RCMP, not the OPP. Good luck with that, Gary.
Second, last week Toronto had its 80th murder. That's getting near a new Hogtown record I think. The record may be broken this year, I heard they found a 7/11 attendant stabbed to death this morning. On the bright side, more victims were bludgeoned and/or hacked to death compared to 2005. According to the mayor, "Fearless Leader" Dave Miller, that's a cause for celebration.
So things are not looking great in Ontario, "Yours To Duck and Cover", from a policing standpoint. What then are the Great Minds in Queens Park doing about this? Its a beauty, believe me. Check it out:
Yep. Going to go check up on Grandma and Grandpa, make sure them eeeevile shootin' irons ain't lying around where they could jump up and stab a convenience store clerk. That's what Metro police are going to be doing for the next little while. Can't be too careful about them old geezers, they're friggin' dangerous.
The provincial gun regulator will begin inspecting the homes of older gun owners in Toronto to ensure they are storing their firearms safely, an initiative one sporting association said amounts to "harassing" seniors. Ontario's Chief Firearms Office says it is responding to concerns raised by Toronto police, which have in the past been called to the homes of gun owners who had either died or been hospitalized and did not have their registered firearms securely stored.
Thought you'd like to know, eh?