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    I remember them trying to light the Canadian flag on fire and being unable to do so. They had to ask a policeman to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    They won't get in. They were charged last time with hate speech and will need special ministerial permission to even set foot in the country. If they sneak in, they'll be thown in jail and probably spend a couple years rotting their for their previous hate speech crimes and illegal entry. I hope they try it.
    Wouldn't it be great it they did get thrown in jail for a couple of years?
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    Let them in, let them start the protest(violating Canadian laws) and then throw them in some hellhole prison to rot away..and do not let them out, or let them come back HERE!
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    ^^ Ha! We don't want them here. They need to be in a US prison, US prisons are rougher than Canadian prisons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariesoleil View Post
    ^^ Ha! We don't want them here. They need to be in a US prison, US prisons are rougher than Canadian prisons.
    I'm sure US prisons are pretty bad but aren't Canadian prisons pretty bad also? I thought Canada had all kinds of criminal elements, biker gangs, asian gangs, native american gangs, etc. etc. I'm sure all prisons are bad, especially ones that are close to the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by celeb_2006 View Post
    I'm sure US prisons are pretty bad but aren't Canadian prisons pretty bad also? I thought Canada had all kinds of criminal elements, biker gangs, asian gangs, native american gangs, etc. etc. I'm sure all prisons are bad, especially ones that are close to the U.S.
    Oh yeah we've got criminals. But US prisons are much tougher than Canadian prisons. Did you by any chance see where Karla Homolka was staying (she was involved in the murder of 3 teenagers one of which was her own sister, with her husband). This is where she was staying on prison grounds:



    She lived in an appartment with 3 other girls...I don't know but to me it seems like pretty tame for a girl who was part of some of Canada's most gruesome murders.
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    They actually tried to get through!
    Controversial U.S. church group stopped at border

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    What The Motherfucking Hell??? That Phelps Fucker Again? Outrageous.

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    The funeral went ahead peacefully.

    McLean funeral not interrupted by U.S. protesters

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    Quick! No one tell them about Grimm and Ed and their crack shack~

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    No! Tell them all about it! Get them in there and then we'll dynamite Arlingtonhaus
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    I can just see it now, it would be like the final scene in Rocky Horror, Ed with the smashed remnants of his wheelchair in a smoking crater left by the blast and you crawling around in your singed sparkly pink burqa!

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    People joined to make a human wall to keep them away from the church if they actually showed up, which they didn't. Pussies.. Also there was an article in the paper of the possiblity of Vince Li being 'posessed' by a windigo. Lordy..
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    Ex-RCMP corporal commits suicide years after Manitoba bus beheading

    Ken Barker, a recently retired Mountie who was a dog handler, killed himself last weekend after struggling with PTSD for years.

    WINNIPEG—One of the first police officers on the scene of the beheading of a young man aboard a Greyhound bus on a Manitoba highway six years ago has taken his own life.

    Ken Barker, a recently retired RCMP corporal who was a dog handler, killed himself last weekend after struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder for years.

    Family and former colleagues say the 51-year-old had already seen almost two decades of horrific crimes when he witnessed the grisly scene on the Trans-Canada Highway west of Winnipeg in 2008.

    Tim McLean was stabbed, mutilated and beheaded by Vince Li, who was later found not criminally responsible because of mental illness.

    Barker’s family say they’re speaking out about the suicide in the hope more Mounties will seek help.

    Shari Barker, the former officer’s estranged wife, said Wednesday her husband was a sensitive man who did not want to be known as the Greyhound guy.

    Barker, who had two adult children, retired last month and had been on medical leave since October.

    Shari and Barker’s sister, Wendy Walder, said he did get psychiatric help while with the RCMP and during his short retirement, but they both said the force has to do more to address the stigma attached to its members battling mental illness.

    Shari also said his illness didn’t just force him to retire — it also cost him his marriage. “Today (Wednesday) would have been our 26th anniversary,” she said. “Ken and I separated three years ago. PTSD did it. It cost him on many levels.”

    Walder said her brother’s treatment was coming along — and while he was still a dog handler, he was stationed at the airport and bus depots instead of responding to slayings — but last fall things began changing.

    “With Vince Li getting in the paper about his walks, he started getting flashbacks,” she said.

    “It was a very rapid decline in the last six months. He sent text messages like ‘I think I’m too broken to ever be fixed’ and he would also say ‘I wish I had cancer because then people would understand.’”

    The two women rescued Barker from a suicide attempt in May, but no one got to him in time this past weekend.

    “He would say the front door will be open and don’t go into the basement. Shari went there and the front door was open and she called for him and he didn’t respond. She knew not to go to the basement. She called the paramedics,” said Walder.

    RCMP Assist. Commissioner Gilles Moreau said the force offers its condolences to Barker’s family. He said the force already offers help to its members and a five-year mental-health strategy, announced in May, will provide more.

    Its objectives include improving employee understanding in the intervention of psychological problems, reducing the presence and effects of psychological risks and measuring the force’s psychological health-and-safety performance annually.

    A recent audit found 38 per cent of RCMP members who are on long-term sick leave said mental-health problems are to blame.

    Lori Wilson, founder of the Friends of the RCMP for PTSD Awareness, said not a week goes by that she doesn’t hear about a current or former RCMP member facing a mental-health crisis.

    “They are trained to be in control and control their emotions when in chaos,” said Wilson, whose husband was diagnosed with PTSD. “But what happens after that? Let us give them the tools. Let us do six-month checkups. Let us have a list of where they were before and are now. And let us talk to families.”


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    That's very sad.

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