Two (Scratch) THREE items from Ontario from this week

First, a 27 year old woman killed in a machete attack in Scarborough

A 27-year-old woman was murdered in a machete attack Wednesday evening in the city’s east end.

Just after 6 p.m., Toronto Police received numerous calls about a man running around with a machete in the area of Morrish Rd. and Ellesmere Rd.


The victim, identified by police as Tharshika Jeganathan, was walking home when she was attacked, Insp. Stacey Davis said.


Witnesses said a man struck her with the weapon, knocking her to the ground.

“He continued his attack, ” Const. David Hopkinson said, describing the injuries as “horrific.”

“And then he gets into his car and flees.”

Secondly, a peculiar stabbing attack where motive seems oddly uncertain

A Kingston man was shot by police after he stabbed two people on Thursday on Queen Street. Police sources have also now confirmed that two people have died as a result of the incident.


The Special Investigations Unit has confirmed one of the deceased was the suspect in the stabbing.

According to an SIU news release, Kingston police came upon a 22-year-old man attacking another 40-year-old man at Queen and Bagot streets on Thursday around 2 p.m. The 40-year-old man succumbed to the injuries he sustained during the attack.


One officer then shot the 22-year-old after he began attacking another individual. Soon afterward, the 22-year-old began harming himself, and another officer discharged his conducted energy weapon, according to the SIU release.

(I think “conducted energy weapon” is the verbose for ‘taser’.)

No idea what these two are about as so little quality information is in either story. But they both bear the marks of mass immigration to Canada from cultures that view the value of human life fundamentally differently that Western man does.

Ottawa: ROBBERY, SEXUAL ASSAULT: Two charged, three more suspects at large

Two people were charged after an alleged robbery and sexual assault at Confederation Park last week, three suspects are still at large.


The incident involved five suspects who sexually assaulted a man in his late twenties and used violence to steal his backpack, Ottawa police allege in a press release. The incident occurred around 1 a.m. on Aug. 27.


Abdulfatah Moallem, 24, from Ottawa, was charged with sexual assault, robbery and armed aggression.

Jonathan Jampies, 27, from Ottawa, was charged with sexual assault as a participant in the offense, robbery, armed aggression and breach of conditions of probation.


Police said they have descriptions of the three other suspects and are looking for a small native woman in her late teens or early twenties — who was dressed in a red jacket and grey trousers, an Aboriginal woman in her late teens or early twenties and a black man in his twenties, who is tall and thin and was dressed in black.

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2 Replies to “Two (Scratch) THREE items from Ontario from this week”

  1. Maybe there were three Ontario items. I posted another this morning where a male tard raped and robbed a man in the shadow of the parliament buildings.

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