Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Muslim Crime Wave in Canada ..... Part XXXV

Why are criminals who are below 18 years of age getting away with light sentences in Canada?  Why are their names not disclosed?  If you are adult enough to commit adult crimes then you should be  adult enough to take the adult punishment.

We need to change this age-related stupidity in Canada.  Give the little bastards what they deserve.  These  little monsters dine on better meals in juvenile centres than do millions of  honest citizens who are forced by the Canadian govt  to contribute to the degenerates' welfare in those centres.  It's high time a complete overhaul was done of this liberal nonsensical legal system in Canada.

314)   The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of numerous arrests made in a series of robberies, including the robbery and shooting at Thistletown Collegiate Institute.
It is alleged that:
− between Tuesday, January 8, 2013, and Thursday, March 7, 2013, a series of 18 armed robberies took place in Toronto, plus one in Peel Region, and two in York Region
− the majority of the robberies targeted retail stores, robbing them of money, cigarettes, cell phones, and lottery tickets
− on Thursday, March 7, 2013, the robberies targeted three locations: Thistletown Collegiate Institute, followed by two retail stores
− during the robbery at Thistletown Collegiate Institute, it is further alleged that a firearm was discharged during the commission of the robbery.
On Thursday, March 7, 2013, the Toronto Police Service Hold Up Squad, with the assistance of Divisional Major Crime Units and surveillance officers, arrested a group alleged to have been responsible for this series of robberies in the Jane Street/Driftwood Avenue area. In addition, 10 search warrants were executed in Toronto, with an additional search warrant in Peel Region.
It is further alleged that the firearm used at Thistletown Collegiate Institute, and several prior robberies, has been seized.....
....Abdikarim Abdi, 18, of  Toronto, is charged with....
.....Abdikarim Nur, 19, of  Toronto, is charged with....
.....A 17−year−old boy, of  Toronto, is charged with.....
....A 16−year−old boy, of  Toronto, is charged with.....
....A 15−year−old boy, of  Toronto, is charged with....
....Yonis Hashi, 19, of Brampton, is charged with....
......Mohamed Ali−Mudei, 18, of Toronto, is charged with:....
....Djama Riyaleh, 18, of Toronto, is charged with,..
....Khalid Hassan, 19, of Toronto, is charged with....

315)   The source senior Jordanian Islam Times correspondent in Amman "Nasr Hassan" suggests that Jordanian authorities recently uncovered a lucrative international sex trafficking network led by Syrian dissident based in Dubai.
He added: "It was frequented Oman aims to exploit the plight of Syrian refugees to intentionally delude Syrian girls and their parents by the guise of a businessman looking for girls proficient work in administrative functions. Simple prerequisites are any girl that has completed middle school, and after that obtaining parental consent is another way of making the scheme seem legitemate. Syrian subjected girls endure Jordan transportation from Amman to Dubai, then to Saudi Arabia, where forced into prostitution, or forced to marry rich men have attained the age of reprehensible(atleast 9 years of age). " The source revealed that the sensitivity prompted prosecutors in Jordan to prevent the press from taking this subject, especially as the leader of the network a known collaborator with Israeli intelligence and Saudi Arabia, and is working on securing young girls from Syria, Lebanon and poor countries different to wealthy Saudis, and gets in return prices, pay him according to the girl's beauty, and according to age, height and hair color and so on. The judicial Jordanian source said : "investigations revealed that Ayman Abdel Nour, who holds Syrian citizenship, and has permanent residence in Montreal, often frequents in Dubai and the camp Zaatari in search of girls from poor families looking for a way out from the scourge of war. Unaware parents send their daughters to work in "jobs" supposedly respectable until they have uncovered what the network that facilitates prostitution and practises of slave trade after receiving information from the United Arab Emirates to Jordanian intelligence, according to the involvement of some Syrians expats in Jordan in the network of the slave trade headed by Ayman Abdel Nour. A person whom appears on media and talk shows as forms of credibility all the while heading up trafficking rings to exploit the very young women he is openly calling "freedom" for, one wonders what freedoms and liberty they endure once they are shipped to their wealthy Saudi handlers.

316) This guy is a Muslim with a Christian or Jewish first name or maybe he is not a Muslim.  Hard to tell from this particular combination of names.On Thursday, February 21, 2013,    police arrested a man in connection with a child−luring investigation.It is alleged that:
− between December 2012 and February 2013, the accused engaged a 16−year−old boy through cell phone and internet chats
− the victim sent images of himself to the accused using his cell phone Daniel Younis, 24, of Toronto, has been charged with:
1) Luring a Child Under 18
2) Attempt Make Child Pornography

317)  On Thursday, February 21, 2013, police started a Human Trafficking/Juvenile Prostitution  investigation.  It is alleged that:
− a 16−year−old girl was recruited and procured to become a prostitute
− the victim was taken by two men from Toronto to Brampton
− the victim was coerced into prostitution by means of threats against herself by the men
− the victim was prostituted by the men....
Devin Shamsudin, 25, of Brampton, is wanted for: 1) Procuring a Person to become a Prostitute 2) Exercise Control  3) Trafficking in Persons

318) On Monday, June 18, 2012,  at 3:32 p.m., police responded to numerous calls for the sound of gunshots in the College Street/Montrose Avenue area.
Police responded and located a man on the patio of the Sicilian Ice Cream Shop on College Street, suffering from obvious gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Rabih Alkhalil, 25, of no fixed address, is wanted for:1) First−Degree Murder
He is also wanted for drug− and organized−crime−related offences by Niagara Regional Police Service and the Surete Du Quebec.
On Saturday, February 23, 2013, Rabih Alkhalil, 25, of no fixed address, was arrested in Greece.
The TPS is working with authorities to extradite Rabih Alkhalil to Canada to face First−Degree
Murder charges as well as charges from other jurisdictions.

319)  On Tuesday, March 12, 2013, at 5:50 a.m., members of the TPS Gun and Gang Task Force executed a search warrant at a home in the Albion Road/Weston Road area.
It is alleged that:
− police seized a chrome Smith & Wesson .38 Special Revolver and a .380 Lorcin semi−automatic handgun, including ammunition
− police also seized a quantity of cocaine.
Bashir Qureshi, 31, of Toronto, has been charged .........

320) Police have charged a man  after a young girl was flashed in the children’s section of the Ottawa Public Library’s main branch.
The incident took place just after noon on Feb. 15. The girl immediately left the area and notified a member of library staff, who contacted police.
On Feb. 24 the sexual assault and child abuse unit of the Ottawa police charged 21-year-old Ahsan Habib of Ottawa with exposure to a person under sixteen years of age and mischief, interfere with lawful enjoyment of property.

321) On Wednesday, March 6, 2013,  a man was arrested in the Queen Street East/Ontario Street area and charged with firearm−related offences.
It is alleged that:
− police saw a man with a gun and pursued the man on foot
− after a perimeter was established, a member of the public contacted police with information that assisted officers narrow their search
− the man was subsequently located, hiding in a garage
− a loaded handgun was located and seized
Nadder Mohamed, 19, of Toronto, is charged with:..........

322)   On February 27, 2013  the Ottawa Police Service Sexual Assault & Child Abuse Section charged an Ottawa man following a number of recent sexual assaults on OC Transpo buses across the City. The charges stem from incidents reported to Ottawa Police between November 22, 2012 and January 15, 2013.
The Sexual Assault & Child Abuse Section charged Racil HILAN, 34 year old, of Ottawa, with five counts of Sexual assault and 10 counts of Fail to comply condition of judicial release. His next court appearance is scheduled for March 13th.
On May 3, 2012 the Sexual Assault & Child Abuse Section charged the same man with three counts of Sexual assault and three counts of Mischief related to incidents that occurred on OC Transpo buses on December 8 and December 13, 2011 and February 14, 2012.........

323) Two men are facing fraud-related charges in connection with an alleged cell phone scam that cost an international mobile phone provider an estimated $1M.
On Saturday, March 9, 2013, Southeast Division members responded to a fraud-in-progress complaint at a south-side mall. At approximately 5 p.m., police arrested two suspects in the mall parking lot.
The two men are alleged to have fraudulently acquired an estimated $1M in cell phones from a mobile phone provider at outlets across Western Canada, while using a fictitious corporate account. The suspects were then reportedly selling the phones online.
Cody Tyler Stott, 35, of no fixed address, and Mohammed Ifran Vohra, 29, of Surrey, B.C., are each charged with fraud over and uttering forged documents.

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