GLOBAL NEWS – RCMP SAY OFFICERS WON’T ENTER FORT MCMURRAY HOMES LOOKING FOR GUNS
Sgt. John Spaans said Tuesday that officers have taken one or two guns found in public places, but are not going into homes looking for more.
He said he’s not sure if the decision had anything to do with what happened in High River during the floods. “That’s a decision that came through our unified command. I don’t know the rationale.”
By Staff The Canadian Press – May 10, 2016 11:20 pm
NOTLEY GOV’T: RCMP will only enter Fort Mac homes if they hear someone in distress or have to pick up an abandoned pet
WILDROSE LEADER AND FIRE VICTIM BRIAN JEAN PUSHES TO GET ANSWERS FOR THE PEOPLE OF FORT MCMURRAY
This time, says the Notley government, the RCMP will go in only if they hear someone in distress or have to pick up an abandoned pet.
BY RICK BELL, CALGARY SUN – UPDATED: WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 2016 07:42 AM MDT
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VIDEO – GLOBAL NATIONAL NEWS – May 8, 2016 – Ralph Goodale: RCMP have been going door-to-door in Fort McMurray Canada’s Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale says the RCMP have been going door-to-door taking inventory in Fort McMurray, AB after wildfire.
When asked by a reporter if the RCMP would repeat what happened in High River Goodale responded: “I wouldn’t expect a repeat of that problem. The RCMP will be following the law quite closely and everyone’s individual rights will be properly respected.”
TEAM CSSA E-NEWS COMMENTARY – SURREY BLAMES US FOR GANG CRIME
The disingenuous part of the gun amnesty is that it’s not aimed at the criminals shooting up Surrey streets on a regular basis. It’s aimed directly at the people who are NOT part of the problem: law-abiding firearm owners. http://cssa-cila.org/2016/05/team-cssa-e-news-may-6-2016/
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