Monday, February 19, 2018

Rum filled capuchin monkey branded terrorist against men

A group of bar patrons in Patos, Brazil were terrorized after a capuchin monkey ambled inside and proceeded to sample leftover rum on the tables.

After the creature had guzzled its fill, it came into possession of a kitchen knife almost as long as its body. With the weapon in hand, it began chasing the men in the establishment, it left the women alone.

Video footage captured on the scene shows the monkey on a roof with the knife, indiscriminately stabbing at shingles.
Firefighters were able to capture the monkey and release it back into the wild. Its antics soon attracted attention and alarm a second time, however, when residents living near the woods reported that it was behaving aggressively towards them.

The internet is rife with rumor and innuendo, with some saying it's an ISIS monkey that loves Obama, and probably killed Scalia with the knife. Others suggest a band of masked monkeys would drive ISIS into submission. Another group is blaming rabid feminist lesbians. Still others suggest a bar party really doesn't get started until the monkeys start a knife fight.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Witnesses contradict Patrick Brown accusers

Damning sexual misconduct allegations against former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown are unravelling. Brown resigned as party leader in late January after CTV News published claims that Brown tried to pressure two young women, one a high school student and the other an intern in his office, into unwanted sex. CTV acknowledged a pivotal accusation – that Brown plied an underage high school girl with booze – never happened. A second accuser has been similarly discredited.
Wendy Freeman is President of CTV News. She has 'run' this dysfunctional joke since 2010.,

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Sobeys drops support of wellness expo after father convicted in son's death scheduled to speak

David Stephan — convicted two years ago in connection with the death of his 19-month-old son, Ezekiel, in southeastern Alberta — is scheduled to speak at next month’s Calgary Wellness Expo, set for the Big Four building at Stampede Park March 9 to 11. The child died of bacterial meningitis after not receiving medical attention in time to save his life. Titled “Achieving Brain & Thyroid Health — Rising to your Potential,” Stephan’s seminar promises information on how to improve mental health and promote hormone balance through nutrient supplementation. Sobeys announced it was withdrawing its sponsorship of the Health and Wellness Expos of Canada. In an emailed statement, a spokeswoman said the company couldn’t support the organizers’ decision to host Stephan as a speaker.
A Lethbridge court is hearing sentencing arguments for the former southern Alberta couple convicted of failing to provide the necessaries of life for their son Ezekiel. David and Collet Stephan were found guilty in April in the death of their 19-month-old son who contracted a lung infection and later died in Alberta Children’s Hospital from meningitis.

Earlier this week, the Stephans were interviewed by the producers of the controversial documentary Vaxxed and the Crown played an interview in court. In the video, the Stephans were unapologetic for their actions and blamed the media for turning public support against them.
David and Collet Stephan effectively abused their son Ezekiel, endangering his life, and should serve up to 4½ years in prison, the Crown prosecutor said in a Lethbridge courtroom Thursday.

A divisive trial that drew strong opinions from both sides of the naturopathic medicine debate came to a tearful conclusion Tuesday as an eight-woman, four-man jury found an Alberta couple guilty of failing to provide the necessaries of life for their toddler son.

David and Collet Stephan, whose family started a nutritional supplements company, were convicted in the death of 19-month-old Ezekiel from meningitis in March 2012.
The trial heard the couple thought the boy had croup or the flu, so they treated him for 2 1/2 weeks with remedies that included hot peppers, garlic, onions and horseradish, even though a family friend who was a nurse told them she thought Ezekiel had meningitis.

The jury was also told Collet Stephan drove the little boy from their rural home to a naturopathic clinic in Lethbridge, Alta., to pick up an echinacea mixture, although he was too stiff to sit in his car seat and had to lie on a mattress on the way.

Truehope Nutritional Support founder Anthony Stephan
David Stephan is vice-president of his father's company "Truehope Nutritional Support". The company says one of their products, EMPowerplus, helps treat bipolar disorder, depression and even autism. Stephan said he heard stories about vaccinations causing autism in children so he and his wife decided they wouldn’t vaccinate their own kids, adding that still held true for their three remaining boys.

The maximum penalty for failing to provide the necessaries of life is five years in prison.,

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Trudeau corrects woman for using 'mankind' at Town Hall Meeting

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau corrected a woman on her language when she asked a question during a town hall meeting. The unidentified woman asked Trudeau whether the Canadian government could ease regulations on volunteering with religious organizations. "because maternal love is the love that’s going to change the future of mankind” said the woman. Flaming retard Trudeau immediately corrected her. “We like to say ‘peoplekind,' not necessarily ‘mankind,' because it’s more inclusive,” he said.
Naturally the story is now going global and every Canadian now appears as fully retarded and completely dense as Trudeau. Unreal says we.

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Led Zeppelin's 'Stairway to Heaven' Trial: Page and Plant Victorious

Led Zeppelin has been found not guilty of stealing the opening chords from their legendary tune Stairway to Heaven. A panel of four men and four women finished three days of deliberation to decide the chords had not been stolen.
Day three of the copyright infringement trial between Led Zeppelin and Sixties rockers Spirit over the authorship of "Stairway to Heaven" continued with the plaintiffs examination of iconic Zeppelin guitarist and songwriter Jimmy Page.

Presiding judge Gary Klausner frequently reprimanded the counsel representing the plaintiff. Malofiy played the Mary Poppins classic "Chim Chim Cher-ee" from the Disney film to discuss its use by Page as a potential inspiration for "Stairway," causing the rock legend to smile broadly. Malofiy's rambling and pauses caused Judge Klausner to exclaim "you're wasting a lot of time" - a refrain that would be repeated many times throughout Malofiy's examinations.

Led Zeppelin was the opening act for Spirit when they made their United States debut in Denver in 1968.
Led Zeppelin band members Jimmy Page and Robert Plant will appear in court on June 13 to defend Stairway to Heaven. Spirit, a band from Los Angeles, claim the iconic melancholic guitar that opens the song was lifted from its instrumental track, Taurus.

Damages claimed haven't been specified but reports have suggested a possible settlement of anywhere between a symbolic US$1 plus a writing credit to as much as $40 million.
A U.S. jury will decide whether the opening section of Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” — one of the most famous passages in rock music — was lifted from the late Randy Wolfe, also known as Randy California — a songwriting member of the American rock group Spirit.

Led Zeppelin’s lead singer Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page, the song’s composers, will face a copyright trial after a U.S. district judge in Los Angeles ruled Friday that the plaintiff had made a strong enough case in its claim of copyright infringement to send the matter to a jury. The lawsuit was brought by a trustee for the estate of Randy Wolfe.
The suit claims that the guitar introduction to “Stairway to Heaven” — widely viewed as one of the all-time great classic rock songs — infringed on the copyright of the instrumental “Taurus,” released on Spirit’s debut album three years earlier.
Led Zeppelin in 1973. From left to right, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham (1947 – 1980), John Paul Jones.
Some suggest Led Zeppelin and Taurus both stole the riff from Davy Graham's 'Cry Me A River'. (Big Kudos to 'Tolimar' on LoP - Lunatic Outpost)

Universe Builder
Going back a tad further, Giovanni Battista Granata uses the "Stairway" chord progression—and nearly the same melody. His work was composed in 1659. The passage, which occurs at the 0:32 mark, is strikingly similar to the “Stairway to Heaven” intro.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Video shows man shot inside Quebec courthouse

Reports indicate the altercation broke out between a special constable and an 18-year-old man inside the Maniwaki court. The 'special' constable pulled out his gun and discharged his weapon, striking the teen in the head with at least one bullet.

'They are like animals': French brawl over cut-rate Nutella

France has seen nothing like it: supermarket aisles of brawling customers throwing punches, pulling hair and shoving the elderly out of the way. A decision by the IntermarchĂ© store chain to offer a hefty discount on jars of Nutella – France’s favourite chocolate spread – caused near anarchy and riots in shops around the country.
Police were called as fights broke out among customers grabbing 950g jars of Nutella reduced from €4.50 to €1.41, a 70% discount. In one store a staff member was punched in the eye while trying to separate warring customers. In another, shoppers cleared shelves in 15 minutes. France’s finance ministry said its fraud squad was launching an inquiry. Stores in France are not permitted to sell food products at a loss or engage in what is deemed “product dumping”.

Sociologist GĂ©rard Mermet claimed brawling parents were justifying their horrid behavior because it was “for their children”

Monday, January 29, 2018

Inside the Angels: Micheal Plante the man who broke the East End biker gang

Former police agent Micheal Plante met with Vancouver Sun crime reporter Kim Bolan in late 2012 to tell his incredible story of infiltrating the East End chapter of the Hells Angels and helping police put 12 men behind bars. He did not disclose his new name or residence.

Ronaldo (Ronnie) Lising and Francisco (Chico) Pires
Unemployed, Plante reads about Hells Angels Ronaldo (Ronnie) Lising and Francisco (Chico) Pires getting convicted for selling cocaine at the Marble Arch — the first-ever convictions of full-patch members of the gang in B.C.

Micheal Plante visits Burnaby's Hi-Way Choppers, owned by East End president John Bryce, to buy shirts showing support for the Hells Angels.

John Bryce
Plante works out at Fitness Quest gym and meets people in the Hells Angels program such as John Punko, Ronaldo (Ronnie) Lising and Juel Stanton.

While working as a doorman at the Marble Arch hotel, Plante meets Randy Potts, as well as senior East End member Louie Robinson
Plante assists in transporting methamphetamine being produced by HA prospect Randy Potts, full-patch Ronnie Lising and associate Wissam (Sam) Ayach.

David (Gyrator) Giles calls Plante into the boardroom at the East End clubhouse to make his speech about wanting to be a Hells Angel and Plante earns "official friend" status.

The door of Randy Potts's wife's house is kicked in by police searching for pre-cursor chemicals used to make methamphetamine.

Plante gets a hockey bag, then goes to Potts's mom and step-dad's house to pick up East End arsenal of guns and explosives.

Plante is injured at Brandi's nightclub when a UN gang member, accompanied by leader Clay Roueche, jumps him. HA member Ronaldo (Ronnie) Lising is in the club, but doesn't help Plante.

Jonathan Bryce Jr., a hangaround and son of East End president John Bryce, does cocaine deals with Plante, including in the clubhouse.

Full-patch Damiano Dipopolo holds a party at the Drake and Plante works at it.

Jean Violette tells Plante to go with Bryce Jr. to beat up Glen Louie, a North Vancouver man.

East End clubhouse raided by police July 15, 2005, 18 people charged.

Plante gives testimony in the trial of four full-patch Angels — Randy Potts, Ronnie Lising, John Punko and Jean Violette. They face a range of charges, from extortion, assault to firearms and explosives possession to working for a criminal organization.

Former East End member and Kelowna vice-president David Giles charged in cocaine conspiracy case along with full-patch Bryan Oldham and five associates.

Federal Crown prosecutor stays the final charges in E-Pandora, freeing Plante from further obligations and allowing him to collect the rest of his $1-million payout for his work on the case.

The East End Hells Angels pictured in an undated photo police seized during the raid in July 2005.

Friday, January 26, 2018

Facebook selfie showing murder weapon leads to killer

A selfie posted on Facebook showing Cheyanne Antoine, 21, wearing a black belt eventually led to her being convicted for killing Brittney Gargol. Antoine pleaded guilty to killing Gargol two years ago in Saskatoon. Gargol was strangled to death and was found "unresponsive" by the side of a road. Antoine's belt was found near her body.

Just hours before the incident took place, a selfie was posted on Facebook showing both Antoine and Gargol together. The photo showed the belt that was found near Gargol's body. As part of her plea, Antoine took responsibility for Gargol's death, but said she did not remember killing her. Antoine was sentenced to seven years in jail for manslaughter.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Domino's Pizza delivery driver picks off bonus

One of Canada's biggest pizza chains is apologizing after one of their delivery drivers snacked on an order as he was taking it to a customer. A Domino's Pizza delivery driver sets down the delivery bag with the pizzas, removing two boxes and opening the top one. He picks several bits from the top and eats them before returning the pizzas to the bag and leaving the elevator.

"We're embarrassed and completely frustrated," said Domino's Canada vice-president of marketing, Jeff Kacmarek. He says Domino's acted quickly to fire the college student.