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Canadian terror suspect dead after police operation

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Kudos to Canada!

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dead after police operation

I think "killed by police" would be more precise,

and before a trial I might add.

The onus is on the police to prove that he posed an immediate and credible threat to life, otherwise they should have taken him alive.

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Hey, @Burning Bush, you try taking alive a nutbar with a bomb. And who cares whether he was 'dead after police operation', or 'killed by police'. Semantics don't eliminate killers. As a Canadian, I"m glad the RCMP did their job.

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The onus is on the police to prove that he posed an immediate and credible threat to life, otherwise they should have taken him alive.

This man gave interviews previously to CBC in Canada discussing the fact that attacks in Canada on churches, shopping malls and the like were "fair game" as far as he was concerned.

Looks like karma to me

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This man gave interviews previously to CBC in Canada discussing the fact that attacks in Canada on churches, shopping malls and the like were "fair game" as far as he was concerned.

I don't care.

Every single human deserves a fair and just trial.

Regardless what the "CBC" says.

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I don't care.

Every single human deserves a fair and just trial.

I can suggest a few that did not.

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^ He detonated one bombed wounded the taxi driver. RCMP took action before he could detonated the second. At least the farther is a reasonable man saying it is not police's fault and they did what they had to do. Do you want him to actually kill someone first? Keep in mind, police officers also has their own lives and families as well.

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What reason is there to communicate with ISIL?

Unless.........

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The onus is on the police to prove that he posed an immediate and credible threat to life, otherwise they should have taken him alive.

He detonated an explosive device in the back of a cab and injured the driver.

If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck....

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I don't care.

Every single human deserves a fair and just trial.

Regardless what the "CBC" says.

Burning Bush - the CBC didn't say anything. They reported the news without commentary

Good on the RCMP for being pro-active and ridding the world of one more nut job glory seeker.

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