Winnipeg Get's Machete Madness II

Machete Madness I - Saturday March 6, 2010
Last Saturday a crazed Machete wielding maniac was shot dead on Sargent Ave...

Machete Madness II - Saturday March 13, 2010

Winnipeg police had an area of Colony Street and Portage Avenue taped off in the afternoon investigating another incident of assault with a machete. Police were on scene for about 3 hours, between 2:15pm and 5:15pm.

One man is in hospital with non-life threatening injuries as a result of the incident, his overall condition is unknown. An eyewitness made a false statement the day of the incident telling media and police that at 2:00 P.M. on the West side of Colony Square Apartment Complex the suspect approached an unarmed man. The man was then brutally attacked for no apparent reason as he stood waiting for the bus with a woman and children on Good St. (south of Portage Avenue).

The truth was actually this...
Just before 2:15 p.m. on Saturday, a 21-year-old man began "aggressively" kicking and banging on the front door of a home in the 300 block of Good Street in the West Broadway neighbourhood, police said.

Thinking that the man was about to break into his house, the home's owner, a 30-year-old man, armed himself with a machete and went outside to warn him away.

Despite the homeowner's repeated demands to leave, the younger man advanced toward him, according to spokesman Police Const. Robert Carver.

The homeowner then allegedly hit the man in the arm with the machete, police said.

The lying woman was no doubt the scumbag's accomplice. The truth finally came out on Sunday March 14th. But, the saddest piece of this terrible tale of attempted break and enter gone wrong is that the homeowner might be charged in defending his property. YES, you heard me correctly! The poor sap defending his home might be charged!

Okay, now just wait a minuet... what the idot's over at the Crown are truly saying here is; the homeowner should be charged...this country can't have people running around trying to protect their homes and/or families...

WOW! Unreal. I guess the fine folks in Winnipeg should really just wait until we actually get shot, raped or beaten near death before we should lift a finger to the thugs, and scum out there doing these crimes. I for one say, "If this home owner is charged, I think it's time we took to the streets in protest!"

Kevin - Wpg. Rpt.


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