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 Post subject: 24 de ore
PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 2:39 pm 
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Primul cyborg recunoscut ca atare de autoritati.

"There is no black skin, people that say they're black, they're actually very very dark orange and people that say they're white, they're not white, they're actually very very light orange, so actually we're all sharing exactly the same hue."


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 Post subject: Re: 24 de ore
PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2019 1:30 am 
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vi se pare un scenariu cunoscut cumva?

welcome to the club, Edmonton. :twisted:

Police warn public after recent distraction style thefts targeting seniors

For Immediate Release: 15-Mar-2019 @ 12:30 PM
MRU #: 19R033

The Edmonton Police Service is alerting the public following recent reports of distraction style jewelry thefts that appear to be targeting seniors.

On Thursday, March 7, 2019, an 86-year-old female was in the parking lot of a business in the area of 124 Avenue and 153 Street when she was reportedly approached by an unknown male and female in a black Dodge Durango. While speaking to the complainant, the female suspect reportedly placed fake gold rings on the woman’s fingers and a fake gold necklace around her neck, removing the wedding ring and necklace that she was wearing in the process. The suspects then allegedly drove away.

On Sunday, March 10, 2019, a similar incident reportedly took place in the parking lot of a grocery store in the area of 173 Street and Stony Plain Road. A 75-year-old male reported that while attempting to exit his vehicle he was blocked by an unknown female. The female then reportedly placed fake gold jewelry on his hands and wrists, removed his gold watch and quickly left the parking lot with an unknown male in a black SUV.

Investigators believe the two incidents in west Edmonton are linked and may involve the same suspects. In each incident the suspects are described as an adult male and female with a dark skin tone, dark hair and heavy accents that may be Eastern European or Middle Eastern. The female was also described as wearing a full length dress and a head scarf and both suspects reportedly drove rental vehicles that officers believe they may be switching regularly.

Detectives continue to actively investigate these incidents and believe the suspects are likely travelling across Alberta committing similar thefts. As a result, officers are concerned there may be additional complainants in Edmonton and are encouraging them to come forward.

Photos of the fake jewelry used by the suspects are included below [click on link below].

Police are also warning the public, in particular seniors, to be aware of their surroundings when in parking lots and to be extra vigilant if approached by strangers who are trying to give away or sell something. Citizens are advised to look around when approaching theirs vehicles and, if they notice suspicious individuals approaching, change direction and proceed to the nearest public area.

Anyone who believes they may have been victimized is asked to contact the EPS at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone. Anonymous information can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at http://www.p3tips.com/250.

https://www.edmontonpolice.ca/News/Medi ... theftswest

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 Post subject: Re: 24 de ore
PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 8:15 pm 
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Firmin wrote:
https://vimeo.com/118166526

Primul cyborg recunoscut ca atare de autoritati.

"There is no black skin, people that say they're black, they're actually very very dark orange and people that say they're white, they're not white, they're actually very very light orange, so actually we're all sharing exactly the same hue."

Cred că sunt mai multi, ascunsi de autoritati. )) Cred ca totusi vom ajunge sa fim ce vedem in filmile fantastice. Cu inbunatatiri tehnologice. Mi-a plăcut aces filmulet. Am să-l descarc cu vimeo downloader să arăt unui prieten, care de fapt afirma ca este un mit despre cyborgi. ))


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 Post subject: Re: 24 de ore
PostPosted: Tue May 21, 2019 3:15 am 
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phil™ wrote:
vi se pare un scenariu cunoscut cumva?

welcome to the club, Edmonton. :twisted:


cum ziceam :roll:.

why am I not surprised.

good job EPS! glad you nabbed them.

Multiple suspects charged in reported distraction style thefts

For Immediate Release: 18-Apr-2019 @ 11:35 AM
MRU #: 19R045-1

Six individuals believed to be involved in a string of reported distraction style thefts in Edmonton and surrounding areas have been arrested and charged.

Following a thorough investigation, and with the assistance of Vegreville & Sherwood Park RCMP, West Division officers arrested and charged four males in Vegreville on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.

Catalin Alexandru, 28, is charged with attempted fraud under $5,000 (x2) and fraud under $5,000 (x2).

Ionut Copilu, 21, is charged with attempted fraud under $5,000 and possess stolen property under $5,000.

Guta Florin, 36, is charged with fraud under $5,000.

Marin Luceafar, 51, is charged with fraud under $5,000.

Additional charges are pending against all four suspects and more arrests are expected. All of the suspects are from Ontario and are known to police.

Two additional suspects, a male and female, which are believed to be linked to the incidents in March, were also arrested by Vancouver Police on Canada-wide warrants issued by the EPS. On March 22, 2019, Constantine Miclescue, 31, and Elena Ghiocel, 41, were both arrested and charged with robbery and theft over $5,000.

In total, the six individuals are believed to be involved in more than 20 reported distraction style thefts in Edmonton since March of 2019.

“These thefts were undertaken by a well organized crime group,” says Staff Sergeant Colin Leathem with EPS West Division Criminal Investigations Section. “We are hopeful that these arrests have permanently disrupted their operation in the Edmonton area.”

Police continue to remind the public to be aware of their surroundings when in parking lots and to be extra vigilant if approached suddenly by strangers, in particular those who may be trying to give away or sell something. Citizens are advised to look around when approaching theirs vehicles and, if they notice suspicious individuals approaching, change direction and proceed to the nearest public area.

Anyone who believes they may have been victimized in a similar way is encouraged to contact the EPS at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone. Anonymous information can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online atmake_clickable_callback(MAGIC_URL_WWW, ' ', 'www.p3tips.com/250.', '', ' class="postlink"')

The EPS would like to thank the Vegreville and Sherwood Park RCMP and Vancouver Police for their assistance with these arrests.

Background

On March 15, 2019 and April 16, 2019, the Edmonton Police Service issued media releases warning the public of distraction style thefts targeting citizens.

The thieves reportedly approached complainants along the road side or in parking lots, using various tactics to distract them. In some instances, the thieves allegedly approached citizens and attempted to sell them fake gold jewelry or asked to see the real jewelry they were wearing. Often the thieves reportedly placed the fake gold jewelry on them during this interaction. In other instances, the thieves allegedly offered fake gold jewelry in exchange for money for gas. The thieves also reportedly dropped money on the ground and then approached complainants to tell them they dropped the cash, offering to help them pick it up. During each interaction, investigators believe the thieves used a sleight of hand to remove the complainant’s real jewelry or removed their credit and debit cards from open wallets.

Please contact Carolin Maran at (780) 421-3544 for more information.

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 Post subject: Re: 24 de ore
PostPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 10:04 pm 
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A Canadian "Karen" :oops:

s-a intamplat in Calgary (de ce nu sunt foarte surprins?)

video of Canadian COVID-19 denier

the whole story: Video of anti-mask woman in Calgary fabric store goes viral

Video of anti-mask woman in Calgary fabric store goes viral

The video shows a woman with pink glasses pointing her finger at an employee who is speaking with her about the need to wear a mask
Author of the article:
Brodie Thomas
Publishing date:
Sep 16, 2020 • Last Updated 16 hours ago • 3 minute read

This unidentified woman was filmed mocking and berating employees at a Calgary store who asked her to put on a mask, as per the city bylaw. The incident happened at a Calgary Fabricland on Sunday, Sept. 13. Photo by

A video of a woman berating employees who asked her to wear a mask at a Calgary store has gone viral on the internet.

A manager at the Fabricland at 7310 Fisher Road S.E. confirmed the incident happened in that store on Sunday, but declined to speak further on the incident


The video shows a woman with pink glasses pointing her finger at an employee who is speaking with her about the need to wear a mask.

Throughout the video, the woman speaks to several people in a mocking, childish voice while arguing that the COVID-19 pandemic is a hoax.

“You are a sheep, just like the rest of them,” says the unidentified woman. “Why don’t you people educate yourself?”

She then mocks another person who was filming the exchange.

“Are you afraid? You should run away. But you have your super mask on.”

Warning: Video contains strong language.

A staff member calmly continues to ask the woman to leave the store, until she eventually complies.

“If I ever come back here again and this thing is proven to be a hoax, I want an apology from each and every one of you sheep,” says the woman.

The video was picked up and shared by a New York-based Twitter user, and has since had more than 415,000 views on that account alone.

The City of Calgary passed a mask bylaw in July, which went into effect Aug. 1. It requires face masks in any indoor space the public has access to, including retail stores, shopping malls, recreation centres, churches and public common spaces in office buildings.

A city survey done in August found 89 per cent of Calgary residents are complying with the bylaw.

When asked about the video on Tuesday, Mayor Naheed Nenshi said the vast majority of Calgarians have been good about wearing masks because they understand it’s a service to others, and that it can help save lives.

“If you don’t like it, write a really angry email to the mayor’s office,” said Nenshi. “Don’t take it out on the 16-year-old who works at the store.”

Dr. Amy Tan, associate professor in the department of family medicine at the Cumming School of Medicine, said contrary to what the woman in the video argued, evidence continues to emerge that masks prevent the spread of droplets, which curtails the spread of COVID-19.

“We also are seeing emerging evidence that wearing a cloth reusable mask can decrease any viral exposure the wearer would get, and so potentially you’d get a less severe form of COVID even if you were to be exposed,” said Tan.

She said she’s disheartened to see videos of people attacking one another, adding that we all want the pandemic to be over.

“I think that’s what a lot of the people who were against masking are actually against: it’s the visible reminder that COVID-19 is still here,” said Tan.

“Ignoring it will just make it harder and worse for everyone.”

While Tan is urging kindness and patience during the pandemic, a new poll by Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies suggests an increasing number of Canadians are starting to feel that warnings from public officials about the threat of COVID-19 are overblown.

Almost one-quarter of respondents in an online poll say they believe public health and government officials exaggerate in their warnings, including about the need for measures such as physical distancing to slow the spread of the pandemic.

Regionally, respondents in Alberta were more likely to believe the threat was embellished, followed by Atlantic Canada and Quebec, with Ontario at the bottom.

Younger respondents were more likely than those over 55 to believe statements were being exaggerated.

The online poll was conducted Sept. 11 to 13 and surveyed 1,539 adult Canadians. It cannot be assigned a margin of error because internet-based polls are not considered random samples.

— With files from The Canadian Press

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