“POLICE DEBUNK SOCIAL MEDIA RUMOURS”

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Detective Inspector Ryan Hughes of the Thunder Bay Police Service has stated to media that there weren’t any officers watching the home where the gang shooting of Geoffrey Corbeil took place during the incident.

He does, however admit that there was officers there about an hour before it happened.

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Ask yourself, why would the police openly admit to undercover officers being somewhere, performing their surveillance.

Ask yourself, why hasn’t Det Insp Hughes debunked his own media release (video below)

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Not only have we debunked his media release with the article posted at the end of this article, but numerous professionals who work the front lines handling sex trafficking victims have also pointed out the extreme error of this release.

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Officers have attended group meetings with victims of gang related forces sex trafficking, according to numerous professionals.

He states there are “no reports”, in the media release dated October 2nd, 2018.

Yet we dug up this “report” dated in August. If he seemingly can’t find reports with a certain degree of accuracy, how can he say there were no officers watching the house?

A witness on the scene told us that an unmarked police cruiser was stationed near the home.

Could that witness be wrong? Possibly.

Could the unmarked vehicle have been from a different police service? Possibly.

Was a known drug trafficking rented unit really not under surveillance? A known Native Syndicate and Toronto gang members hotspot. Really? They want to pass it off as not being under surveillance?

Did they “debunk” or “mislead”?

Support the police, 100%. But the media releases and statements made to media leave me wondering.

Det Insp Ryan Hughes could you please respond to the media release where you stated there are no “reports”? And the very clear report stated in the below article.

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2 Replies to ““POLICE DEBUNK SOCIAL MEDIA RUMOURS””

  1. do you honestly think if the house was under surveillance that the police would have an unmarked car there? i think not it would be one of there many regular looking civilian vehicles and even if they were there watching they won’t make the arrest until they dot there i’s and cross there t’s… and if there are suspects they are being watched closely.

  2. Like any gang member no one is going to talk and with the police I think the public can expect the same attitude. I’m just happy the criminals are going down. Drugs are taken off the street and addicts can start asking for help. Thanks to Pino the public has become more aware of their surroundings in this city.

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