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TOPIC: The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia

The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 21 Apr 2020 06:05 #1


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The Macbeth Gambit is blaming an innocent dead party for murder, as has happened in the JFK assassination, 911 and Benazir Bhutto cases.



Macbeth was a nobleman in King Duncan’s Scottish Court who slew the King then two of his loyal retainers in dead of night, when morning came he told all the retainers had done the deed and that he had slain them in just retaliation, he was thereafter crowned King himself.

He did not get away with it and eventually met his own death as he had lived by the sword wielded by Duncan’s more loyal kinsmen, who told Macbeth just where he could shove his story and who made immediate war on the new King.


Wm. Shakespeare, The Tragedy of Macbeth.

The alleged April 20, 2020 Nova Scotia Shooting is more of the same..


[Alleged] Nova Scotia Gunman Gabriel Wortman Shot Dead by Police.

Only RCMP ppl wear RCMP uniforms and drive RCMP cars.


BBC: Gunman kills at least 18 in Nova Scotia, Canada.

You can fool all of the people some of the time and some of the people all of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time. Abe Lincoln.
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 21 Apr 2020 14:19 #2

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Having looked up info on him from before this happened, the denturist DID have a hobby of buying modified RCMP vehicles sold at auctions (yes no longer used RCMP vehicles are sold at auctions in Nova Scotia). He was very open about this, even sharing photos of the RCMP vehicles he bought at auction with his clients at his denture clinic.

The vehicle he was driving was an RCMP vehicle that had only minor changes that would have only been identifiable to persons who know the differences in detail.



Shooters modified RCMP vehicle

It's not known as of yet where he would have gotten the RCMP uniform or a RCMP uniform almost identical to the real thing.

He worked as a denturist for a living and many people knew him as such.

Shooter's Atlantic Denture Clinic in Dartmouth Nova Scotia



The website for the above denture clinic was up (complete with reviews) but has since been taken down.

I perused through the website and old reviews (many of which mentioned owner/shooter Gabriel and what a great job he did) before it was taken down.

But that mouth...those teeth... :roll:
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 22 Apr 2020 02:49 #3

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Death toll has been put up to 23 people dead.

RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) have confirmed that the RCMP uniform he was wearing was an authentic RCMP uniform.

It is being said (not verified) that he was pulling people over in his RCMP vehicle and then shooting the people he pulled over. This would have been after he killed numerous people at the small rural community of Portapique, his rampage extended to 16 different crime scenes and five towns.

He exited the RCMP vehicle on Sunday to a silver Chev tracker.

RCMP say there are 16 separate scenes being investigated, at least five of which involved house or vehicle fires. They are investigating the possibility that other people were aiding him,

There is footage of the killer (Gabriel Wortman)... I know....that name... from six years ago when he was on local news for giving a woman with cancer who lost her teeth due to her cancer treatment... a set of dentures free of charge.

She thought of him as an angel on earth.



Nova Scotia Shooting Timeline - Lori Vallow - Missing persons


Frank magazine is a weird kind of satirical magazine/local gossip rag well known in Nova Scotia that featured Gabriel Wortman in one of it's issues concerning a minor disagreement he had with the Halifax police.
read here: www.frankmagazine.org/post/car-54-where-are-you
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 22 Apr 2020 03:18 #4

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So another staged event within a massive global hoax - got to get the last of those firearms - if it includes hunting rifles - sad scam

why anyone believes this shit is beyond me -
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 22 Apr 2020 11:25 #5

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Why people assume ALL these things and deaths are staged is beyond me. I am very familiar with Nova Scotia, that they could list (fake) names of residents/victims from across five towns in rural and semi-rural Nova Scotia without the real residents speaking out about it is ridiculous.

A close relative of mine met the female RCMP officer who was killed and her parents at an outdoor RCMP musical ride show and took a photo of her in full Mountie uniform posing with her boyfriend, she sent me the photo. So yes, she was a real RCMP officer, many people met her and knew her, people knew the other victims listed as dead.

Question is why did the RCMP not put out an emergency alert warning during this ongoing killing spree instead of just posting the warning on their RCMP twitter account. There are people now dead who would still be alive if they had put out an emergency alert.

On Sunday the manhunt was being continuously reported on the CBC, on the radio, before he was killed in Enfield, but that is not the same as having a public emergency alert go out in the early morning hours when people who would not have gone out did go out and were killed as a result.

Of course idiot Trudeau (and gun control advocates) have politicized this already to push anti assault weapon legislation. He has been publicly criticized for doing this in the media and it is not something even the propaganda mainstream media has been focusing on (yet).

Canada is not the U.S. when it comes to gun control.

"Canada's gun laws are significantly stricter than those of the United States. In Canada, gun owners must have a license and most guns have to be registered. To receive a license, a gun owner must pass an extensive background check and complete gun safety training. Additionally, handguns cannot be carried outside of the home and guns must be stored unloaded in a locked container."

Gun control in Canada is already notoriously strict. There has been no mention anywhere that I know of concerning what kind of weapons he was even carrying.

If anything, this killing spree is going to encourage people to want to carry a gun, legal or not, as it would have been the only thing that would have given the victims a chance.

I am sure many people are thinking, 'if only one or more of them had had a gun' and 'if only gun laws here weren't so strict'...then some of these victims might have had a chance.

From what is being said, homes were lit on fire and people shot as they ran out of their homes.

It has been said he was pulling people over in his RCMP vehicle with his authentic RCMP uniform on and shooting the people he pulled over.

This is believed to have initially started with the killer looking for a former significant other and shooting the people in the home, ie. a domestic violence situation that turned into a rampage (and he may or may not have had other people aiding him).

So if anything, there are many people in Nova Scotia/Canada who are not legally registered to own guns, who have not applied for RCMP approval through their already very strict laws to own a gun, which have to be locked up securely and unloaded in the home and not carried in public, who will say to hell with it, with this crazy killing spree done by a guy driving around in an RCMP vehicle with a real RCMP uniform on, I am going to get me a gun, legal or not, to carry on me just in case there were others involved in this or in case some kind of similar thing happens again.

This only encourages people to want to have a gun to carry on their person as this is the only real defense against armed nut cases.
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 22 Apr 2020 16:57 #6

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Annabelle - save it for the dummies - if you can't see the how fake this all is - that's pretty sad .- GEEZ - they even gave you THE JOKER ( the teeth if you can't figure it out ) :chuckle: :chuckle:
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 23 Apr 2020 02:10 #7

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The Joker?....please :facepalm:.... those teeth have been there for ages..creeping people out for years, put there by a twisted man who eventually became a spree killer (the denture clinic did make great dentures though, great reviews of the place).

Some prefer to live in a nice little world where mass killers and spree killers do not exist, where no one methodically decides to kill his ex-wife and her new boyfriend then go on a rampage, where no one in this world of billions decides to kill a bunch of people for whatever reason...

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This wicked killing spree was plotted out to the most intricate detail.

“He’s been planning this for a while,” say police sources. “He had the uniform and two decommissioned police cars.”

"When suspected shooter Gabriel Wortman –killed after being intercepted by officers in Enfield, N.S. — knocked on doors of cars or residences in Nova Scotia’s cottage country, he looked like a Mountie. He had a uniform and squad car.

“They would have trusted him,” said a police source.

The first two dead are believed to be 51-year-old Wortman’s “ex (wife or girlfriend) and her new boyfriend,” say police sources.

The killing was just getting started.

“The guy went on a rampage (Saturday night) — burning houses and shooting people,” alleged a police source. “He got in to his police car he had made at home and drove around pulling people over and executing them.”

Several houses, including Wortman’s home, were burned and the murder spree included the execution of “a mom and dad in front of their children,” said police source.

An officer said Stevenson rammed her killer’s vehicle on a highway and he shot her multiple times, finally pulling her out of the car, shooting her again, then he “took her gun and mags, burned his own car and took her car.”

Const. Chad Morrison was also shot. The killer also “burned Heidi’ (Stevenson's) car” and got into a Mazda 3.

Police thought he was in a Chevrolet Tracker and saw Wortman at a gas station but “didn’t put it together.”

This would soon change.

“He went to another gas station and was filling up when police arrived,” said sources. “They challenged him. He had (what’s believed to be Stevenson’s) gun out and was hit with about 10 rounds.” (edit: according to one witness, there was no challenge, the swat team executed him at he Irving gas station in Enfield while he was sitting in the vehicle)

The big question is why? Sources say the RCMP have ruled nothing out.

There may be a domestic motive, but why do this during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, and on the anniversary of other massacres (April 19th is the anniversary of the Oklahoma bombing in 1995 that killed 168 and the fiery end of the standoff in Waco, Texas, in 1993, when 76 Branch Davidians died).

www.thechronicleherald.ca/news/local/joe-warmington-nova-scotia-mass-murder-was-evil-and-calculated-439718/



Wortman's 1986 Riverview High School yearbook said he would likely one day become a mountie and old friends yesterday expressed shock as they remembered a 'great friend and amazing person in High School,' according to the Chronicle Herald.

But neighbors have painted a different picture of the killer, revealing he suffered an alcohol problem and his denture clinic, the Atlantic Denture Clinic in Dartmouth which they say made him a millionaire, was forced to mothball during the coronavirus lockdown.

Heartbreaking stories of the victims are starting to emerge, including a family of three from Portapique who were completely wiped out by Wortman.

Jolene Oliver, Aaron 'Friar' Tuck and their 17-year-old daughter Emily were all killed, according to a friend posting on a GoFundMe page.

Husband and wife Greg and Jamie Blair were also gunned down. The couple are believed to have two children together, and Jamie leaves behind four boys in total.

But the rest of the victims appeared to be slaughtered at random. Several bodies were found inside and outside one house on Portapique Beach Road, the street where the suspect lived, authorities said.


Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers at a gas station in Enfield, Nova Scotia, on Sunday.


Workers with the medical examiner's office remove a body from a gas station in Enfield, Nova Scotia, on Sunday. Late Sunday morning, there were half a dozen police vehicles at the scene of the gas station where the suspect died

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8240365/Canada-killer-obsessed-mounties-alcohol-problem.html

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EV_RIV-XsAEySPm?format=jpg

Neighbour Nancy Hudson said she met Wortman about 18 years ago when he bought a property on Portapique Beach Road, which is just a short walk from her home on Highway 2. Portapique Beach Road is where the first 911 calls originated on Saturday night.

“He was very jovial,” she said. “But there is another side to Gabe. He had some issues, especially with his girlfriend.”

“There was some underlying issues that I think he had with his relationship. It was a red flag …. (What happened on the weekend) wasn’t a surprise to some degree, but not to this extreme.”

Hudson mentioned being at a bonfire with Wortman, his girlfriend and some other neighbours around 2004 when there was some kind of altercation that left most at the gathering stunned. Hudson wouldn’t elaborate on the details, but said:

“He had an obsession with his girlfriend. Just being jealous about things with her. I think that’s where things got in the way …. She was a beautiful girl.”

One Portapique neighbour told the Canadian Press that he and Wortman were friends until they fell out over a piece of nearby property.

The neighbour, who declined to give his name, said Wortman had burned an old shed that contained some property that belonged to the neighbour. The man said he was too overcome with emotion to say more about his relationship with Wortman or what might have motivated his rampage.

www.goderichsignalstar.com/news/who-was-gabriel-wortman-the-denturist-behind-the-nova-scotia-mass-shooting/wcm/2c8fb5df-e660-49ce-9830-001289022d75



If you think it's a false flag and didn't happen and that no one died then put forth your evidence based on what 'is being said' about the actual incident(s) instead of just saying it's all so fake.
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 23 Apr 2020 04:18 #8

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:D ......if you want to believe this TOTAL GARBAGE and the DOCUMENTARY - LOL - OK - so in the next several days show me 15 FUNERALS THAT PERTAIN TO THIS HOAX - I'LL BET YOU CAN'T - :noway:
B/C IT'S ALL FAKE
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 23 Apr 2020 13:35 #9

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Is that it??? that's all you've got??? calling it total garbage and all fake??? that is real convincing.

C'mon Gaia... you jump in with something.... other than calling it all fake.

Do I have to start it off? One good question is how one man could light five houses/structures on fire, burn at least two vehicles, kill 22 people including an RCMP officer, injure several more people (including injuring an RCMP officer by shooting him in the chest, who was saved by his bulletproof vest), traveling a distance about 100 km, within a span of about 12 hours... and get away with it. A trained mercenary perhaps but a denturist with an obsession with the police?

One explanation could be an initially incompetent and understaffed rural RCMP force. Did they focus on cutting the initial area off in Portapique while fires were blazing and shots being fired during the night (as has been said)? did they decide not to go in the vicinity and keep themselves and every else (including volunteer firefighters) OUT of the area until it was 'safe'? thus allowing him time to run rampage in the area for several hours under cover of darkness?

There are areas in rural Novas Scotia in which the term 'keystone cops' would be an appropriate description and they are often woefully understaffed, especially for an event such as this. The nearest SWAT team was probably in Halifax which is about 130 km away.

Add to that the shooter/arsonist was said to be initially driving an RCMP vehicle and wearing an authentic RCMP uniform (not known at the time). He was said, at some point, to be going house to house knocking on doors, in a place where the houses are separated by a considerable amount of woods, if the door was locked and the inhabitants didn't respond to the knocks, he left, if they opened the door, he shot them.

It would have been feasible that even if some residents eventually did get the warning (many did not get the warning) about locking their doors and going into their basements and staying there because there was an armed and dangerous man on the loose, they did not know at that time that he was portraying himself as an RCMP officer.

People looking out and seeing an RCMP officer at their door with an RCMP vehicle in their driveway would probably have thought the RCMP were going door to door checking to see if people were alright....thus answering the door (though not all of them did).

Those even outside the initial area in Portapique would not have gotten any warning at all unless they were following the RCMP twitter feed as the RCMP did not initiate an emergency alert (enacted through cell phones).

There are many areas in rural Nova Scotia that do not even have internet access, let alone following twitter and the RCMP twitter website if they do. Not everyone even has a cell phone.

RCMP twitter website in Nova Scotia:
https://twitter.com/RCMPNS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

The public in Nova Scotia was not informed (via RCMP twitter post) that the 'armed and dangerous' man 'may' be travelling in an RCMP vehicle and wearing an RCMP uniform until 11:04 am the following day.
https://twitter.com/RCMPNS/status/1251874237918384128
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 24 Apr 2020 12:02 #10

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RCMP, what are you hiding? This is on YOU


Shooter on video in Millbrook First Nation


The gunman in Canada’s deadliest shooting massacre had pleaded guilty to assault in 2002, stemming from an incident the victim describes as a bizarre, violent encounter.

Court records show Wortman was conditionally discharged over the Oct. 29, 2001 assault of another male in Dartmouth, N.S.

He was banned from possessing a weapon for nine months and had to attend “counselling in anger management.”

Reached by the Star, the victim of the 2001 assault said Tuesday that he had been waiting for a bus outside Wortman’s Dartmouth clinic, when Wortman came out in a rage, smelling of alcohol, and hit him in the back of the head.

“I was 15 and I’m standing outside of his denture clinic on Portland Street. He came outside ... He told me to ‘get off the property,’ and he smelled like booze, grabbed my shirt and punched me in the back of the head,” said Matthew, who asked that his last name not be used, given the notoriety of the case.

After charges were laid, Matthew alleges Wortman attempted to bribe him with money to make the charges go away.

One of the more bizarre anecdotes to emerge from Wortman’s past relates to an encounter he had with Halifax regional police in mid-February this year.

According to an article published in Frank Magazine, a news, satire and gossip publication, police officers parked an unmarked vehicle in the lot outside Wortman’s Dartmouth denture clinic one day and went somewhere else. The parking lot was reserved for clients.

According to the February article, which included several pictures, Wortman ran a chain across the entrance to the parking lot — essentially preventing any vehicles from coming or going.

When the officers returned to their vehicle and identified themselves as police, Wortman refused to let them leave. They called in other officers who arrived with bolt cutters, and Wortman relented and unlocked the chains, the article said.

Andrew Douglas, Frank’s editor, said Tuesday the magazine published a sympathetic story about Wortman several years ago when he was having a dispute with the city over signage for his business. After the story ran, the city backed off.

“I guess he had a warm spot in his heart for Frank Magazine because he contacted us in late February and said, ‘Hey, I’ve got something for you guys.’ ”

“One of the first things we asked him was, ‘What do you got against cops?’ ”

According to Douglas, Wortman replied: “It’s not about cops. It’s about people parking in my parking lot that aren’t using my business.”

According to Supreme Court of Nova Scotia documents, the shooter and his uncle Glynn Wortman went to court over a long-simmering housing dispute in 2015, which resulted in the uncle receiving “all proceeds of the sale of the home.”

In the affidavit, the uncle noted that he had bought a property to relocate to Nova Scotia.

To buy the house, Glynn Wortman got financing from his nephew, and intended on providing him with a security interest. The house was put in both of their names.

When Glynn tried to sell the place four years after buying it, Gabriel Wortman complained that he was owed money for helping with the move. As a result of this “debt,” Gabriel Wortman refused to take his own name off the property.

Eventually, after selling the home four years after buying the place, the uncle was given all the proceeds from the sale, according to court documents.

Meanwhile, controversy remains over the RCMP’s decision to rely on Twitter rather than the province’s emergency alert system to warn the public that Wortman was still on the loose is also coming under scrutiny.

Nova Scotia premier Stephen McNeil said Monday that there was no request from the RCMP to the province’s Emergency Measures Organization to use the system.

www.thestar.com/news/canada/2020/04/21/death-toll-could-rise-in-nova-scotia-as-investigation-into-mass-killing-continues.html

Nova Scotia Shooter/Arsonist had Target List

Nathan Staples, a man from Glenholme, N.S., who lives about 15 minutes from where the killing began Saturday night, said investigators told him Tuesday that they found his name on a list obtained when the RCMP searched the Portapique property of the shooter, a 51-year-old denturist.

Mr. Staples believes this is why a heavily armed tactical officer appeared at his home after midnight Saturday, while the killer was still on the loose, having evaded police while driving a look-alike RCMP cruiser and wearing an officer’s uniform. His neighbours did not have a similar visit, he said.

“The investigator said I was seventh or eighth on the list. I didn’t know what to think,” Mr. Staples said. “He came to apologize. He said ‘we’re sorry we couldn’t have been there quicker.’ That’s when I got angry.”

He and the shooter once shared an interest in old police cars, but Mr Staples says he can’t guess why gunman Gabriel Wortman would have had him on a list – other than a few months earlier, he had declined to sell a used police car to him. The RCMP said they couldn’t discuss any specifics of their investigation.

There are growing questions around others areas of the Mounties’ manhunt – including how the killer managed to evade police for as long as he did, escaping a perimeter around the initial shootings.

“How was this allowed to happen?” Mr. Staples said. “How could they not stop it? How could this go on for more than 12 hours, when this guy was still out there, shooting people? This was a royal screw-up.”

Police have determined that the gunman acted alone. But investigators are still trying to learn whether anyone assisted him leading up to the incident, and declined to reveal the type of guns used by the shooter.

At times during the chaotic hours after the shootings began, it wasn’t always clear who police were chasing. At one point during the manhunt, two Mounties shot bullets into a fire hall in Lower Onslow, N.S. The hall was being used as a Red Cross registration centre for evacuees from the Portapique area.

While no one was injured, that incident is now under investigation by the civilian oversight agency for police in Nova Scotia.

“We don’t know what they were shooting at,” said Pat Curran, interim director of the Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT), an independent body that investigates police actions. “We just know that the suspect was not in the area at that time.”

Four people, including one evacuee from Portapique Beach Road and Onslow Belmont Fire Brigade Chief Greg Muise, were inside the fire hall when gunfire exploded into the building Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

The RCMP has declined to answer questions about what happened. For the past two days, calls from the public have lit up Mr. Muise’s phone.

“I shouldn’t be the one getting calls,” Mr. Muise said. “[RCMP] should be the ones putting it out and letting people know what happened and they seem to be lagging on it.”

A streak of more than a dozen bullet holes perforate the white vinyl siding near the front entrance of the hall, where flags flew at half-mast. The east side of the building was also hit, and bullets shattered the front windshield of a fire truck.

Mr. Muise said the gunman was caught on video travelling past the fire hall, which is 28 kilometres east of Portapique, before the shootout.

“All I know is our building was shot up and I was never told who did the firing,” he said.

SIRT is also asking RCMP for clarification on injuries to a civilian during the initial shootings and arson when the killings started around Mr. Wortman’s rural home in Portapique.

One man who drove to the scene to help Saturday night had his vehicle fired upon – causing injuries that sent him to hospital. He was treated and released, but declined to talk about what happened.

Police, meanwhile, are trying to piece together the connection between the victims, some of whom knew the killer, and some who appeared to have no connection at all.

Among the victims are Lisa McCully, a school teacher, who rented a cottage from him on an adjacent property in Portapique. She was one of 13 neighbours killed in the area immediately surrounding the gunman’s home, as he lit houses on fire and shot people outside.

In some cases, the gunman drove significant distances to find his victims. Shawn McLeod, a former hunting buddy, was killed along with his wife, Alanna Jenkins, at their house in Wentworth, more than 50 kilometres from the killer’s home in Portapique. Their neighbour, Tom Bagley, was killed when he ran over to help Sunday morning.

Gina Goulet, a fellow denturist, was killed at her bungalow in the countryside outside Shubenacadie, more than 75 kms away from Portapique.

It was also in Shubenacadie that the killer was in a shootout with the RCMP – a violent exchange that left Constable Heidi Stevenson dead and another Mountie injured. He wasn’t stopped until he reached Enfield, about half an hour north of Halifax, where two officers shot him dead.

Other shootings appeared to be completely random, including Lillian Hyslop, shot while walking her dog, a father named Joey Webber, out Sunday morning to get some furnace oil, and three people pulled over at the side of the road.


Cyndi Starratt is one of the few people who live on Portapique Beach Road who survived. She was in Truro at her daughter’s house that night, and said she’s lucky to be alive.

www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-nova-scotia-shooter-acted-alone-during-rampage-rcmp-say/
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 10 May 2020 08:47 #11

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STILL NO FUNERALS - LOL :hahano:
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 10 May 2020 09:24 #12

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Quite something that you can laugh at the murders of twenty two people (including a pregnant woman).

While distancing restrictions due to COVID-19 means that some families will have to mourn privately or wait until the coronavirus is contained to hold services, Canadians have found ways to honour the victims.

globalnews.ca/news/6871034/nova-scotia-shooting-funerals-tributes/

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private funeral service will be held 3 p.m., Sunday, April 26th, Rev. Glenn MacLean officiating. Webcasting of the funeral service will be available and will begin at 2:55 pm.

www.thechronicleherald.ca/obituaries/lisa-rebecca-bachelor-of-arts-master-of-education-master-of-administration-mccully-kierstead-38176/

Nova Scotia is under an official 'state of emergency' due to the coronavirus stuff, therefore family members of the victims coming from outside of Nova Scotia would have a difficult time traveling to get to Nova Scotia and would be mandated legally to quarantine themselves upon arrival for 14 days. On top of that there are restrictions as far as funerals themselves, that would not normally be in place.
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 10 May 2020 09:53 #13

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annabelle wrote:
Quite something that you can laugh at the murders of twenty two people (including a pregnant woman).

While distancing restrictions due to COVID-19 means that some families will have to mourn privately or wait until the coronavirus is contained to hold services, Canadians have found ways to honour the victims.

globalnews.ca/news/6871034/nova-scotia-shooting-funerals-tributes/

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private funeral service will be held 3 p.m., Sunday, April 26th, Rev. Glenn MacLean officiating. Webcasting of the funeral service will be available and will begin at 2:55 pm.

www.thechronicleherald.ca/obituaries/lisa-rebecca-bachelor-of-arts-master-of-education-master-of-administration-mccully-kierstead-38176/

Nova Scotia is under an official 'state of emergency' due to the coronavirus stuff, therefore family members of the victims coming from outside of Nova Scotia would have a difficult time traveling to get to Nova Scotia and would be mandated legally to quarantine themselves upon arrival for 14 days. On top of that there are restrictions as far as funerals themselves, that would not normally be in place.

Do you agree with the banning of the 1500 types of firearm off the back of this ?
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 13 May 2020 17:54 #14

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BLAH BLAH BLAH annabelle -

SO WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER 19 ?
more fake 19's like covid -? :hahano:
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 19 May 2020 23:11 #15

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Quite something that you can laugh at the murders of twenty two people (including a pregnant woman).

While distancing restrictions due to COVID-19 means that some families will have to mourn privately or wait until the coronavirus is contained to hold services, Canadians have found ways to honour the victims.

globalnews.ca/news/6871034/nova-scotia-shooting-funerals-tributes/

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private funeral service will be held 3 p.m., Sunday, April 26th, Rev. Glenn MacLean officiating. Webcasting of the funeral service will be available and will begin at 2:55 pm.

www.thechronicleherald.ca/obituaries/lisa-rebecca-bachelor-of-arts-master-of-education-master-of-administration-mccully-kierstead-38176/

Nova Scotia is under an official 'state of emergency' due to the coronavirus stuff, therefore family members of the victims coming from outside of Nova Scotia would have a difficult time traveling to get to Nova Scotia and would be mandated legally to quarantine themselves upon arrival for 14 days. On top of that there are restrictions as far as funerals themselves, that would not normally be in place.

Do you agree with the banning of the 1500 types of firearm off the back of this ?

From what I understand... at this point.... the idiot shooter had a lot of illegal weapons... all except one...bought illegally from the United States...the RCMP were informed, before this all happened, that he was a threat and that he had a lot of illegal weapons, the couple who directly informed the RCMP of this were Canadian military members, a couple living in Portapique, they had seen his illegal weapons themselves and had called the RCMP about the illegal weapons and about the fact that Wortman was seriously abusing his girlfriend... but the RCMP did NOTHING with that information (surprise).

Also...Wortman's relative in Portapique refused to give a statement to the police at that time about Wortman's abuse of his girlfriend or the illegal weapons he had... because...as he said on speakerphone..... that the RCMP was listening to... that IF he gave a statement to the police.....Wortman would kill him.. ...he also stated that Wortman had told him (and other relatives) that he had killed people in the United States.

Based on that... I really do believe that Wortman's history of travel in the United States should be investigated.

BUT... none of that answers your question. I do wish that at least one of the many, many, victims had had a firearm and were ready to use it and had had situational awareness within the seemingly bizarre circumstances.

His first victims outside of his girlfriend (who lived) and her poor dogs (who died), were at the party that they had previously left. I wish that they had some situational awareness, some kind of gut instinct of the danger they were in, and that at least one of them has been trained and ready with an armed and legal weapon..

I wish someone had shot him before he killed so many.
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The logic of ramming through sweeping gun bans right after some crazy fuck kills unarmed people is pure evil IMO

A good leader would want his people armed to the teeth to.protect themselves from random.acts of violence

But a tyrant doesnt trust his own people , knowing how badly he treats them
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 20 May 2020 04:10 #17

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That Justin Trudeau politicized this tragedy.....and before even the bodies were buried... is beyond despicable. :mad:
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That Justin Trudeau politicized this tragedy.....and before even the bodies were buried... is beyond despicable. :mad:



The man has 27 years and makes a statement at the beginning that flies in the face of the political narrative

He calls the measure nonsense

I can only hope more people face up to the fact taking firearms off good people does not stop anyone else getting them
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 23 May 2020 17:32 #19

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I agree. There are people who live in lala land and think if all guns (of whatever kind) are made illegal then we will suddenly be living in a place where there are no guns.. :facepalm:

As if the criminals will not even want to own them or use them because they are now 'illegal'.

All they hear on the Canadian news is about gun violence. They never hear about when law abiding gun owners have been forced to use their weapons to protect themselves against criminals and ended up living/protecting other people's lives as a result.

They don't seem to care about how stringent gun laws already are in this country and it is not law abiding gun owners going out and committing gun violence, but criminals who could care less about what is legal or illegal.

There is one exception that I know of to this and that is in the realm of domestic violence.

If someone who is a legal gun owner is legitimately suspected of being a spouse and/or child abuser or a threat due to true mental unstability, then I think there weapon(s) should be taken from them, or a legitimately accused abuser/harasser/stalker of any kind for that matter, when it is decided that it is reasonable and logical to believe that the threat is or very likely to be real.

Those stats would not come near the amount of shootings done by criminals who own illegal guns though, gang bangers and the like (at least I don't think they would)

As well, not everyone who owns unregistered or 'illegal' weapons are criminals per se. Some may know, or figure, that they will never pass the very stringent tests and background checks etc..you have to pass to become a legal gun owner but still want to have something to protect themselves from the real criminals and crazy nut cases out there (like Wortman).

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Cracks are forming in the RCMP cone of silence



From the outset the RCMP right up to Commissioner Brenda Lucki seems determined to stall for time and control the narrative of this story.

They have forced the media to go to court to find out what was in the applications for search warrants executed after the shootings. The law states that such information should be readily available to the public.

The Mounties have also taken refuge behind its claim that it has commissioned a psychological profile of the gunman and can’t say anything at this time.

In my long experience of writing about the RCMP, now into its fourth decade, I’ve become accustomed to the typical response I receive after something is published. Some are praiseworthy, many are castigating, including current and former members of the RCMP.

What I’ve learned and described is that RCMP culture is cult-like.

There is an almost mindless commitment to the force. “There is no such thing as an ex-Mountie,” I once wrote, because even retired Mounties seem compelled to protect the image of the force.

But to my surprise, many have contacted me (about the Nova Scotia mass shooting) who don’t fit the normal profile in that a number of them were current or retired RCMP and other law enforcement officials.

I’ve read everything you’ve written over the years and while I agreed with some of it, a lot of it just made me mad,” said one former high-ranking RCMP executive. “But now, I have to admit that I agree with you. The RCMP is broken. It’s not ready. It’s a danger to the public and its own members.

But the most interesting call of all arrived with a cryptic description on the cell phone call display that I had never seen before.

The caller, who could best be described as a Deep Throat whistleblower, was obviously nervous. I will call him “he” from now on because there are more hes than shes in the law enforcement world.

This is the first time I’ve ever done something like this,” he said. “But I felt I have to do something.

He said he was calling me to encourage the media to keep asking questions: “Don’t give up.”

When I told him that I and others who are pursuing the story have a thousand questions about what went wrong, from the indecision at Portapique Beach Road, the apparent communications debacle where not only the RCMP brass was not alerted to the seriousness of the situation but also the public.

I asked him why the premier of Nova Scotia and the province’s Attorney General were reluctant to call a public inquiry.

“Is it because Premier McNeil has relatives in policing, that the Attorney General is an ex-RCMP and that there are ex-RCMP in the police services branch?”

That’s not it,” he said. “It’s about the money.”

So I switched to events.

“Why was Heidi Stevenson alone in her car?”

I know what happened to Heidi,” he said. “It was just bad luck. But, you’re right, she shouldn’t have been there.”

But that wasn’t why he called.

All that stuff will eventually come out,” he said.

The real issue, he said, was what the police are hiding about their previous knowledge about the gunman.

“Make requests about Wortman and what the police knew about him.”

“RCMP or Halifax?”

“Just keep asking questions and filing access requests.”

I tried to push him. I pointed out that while the COVID-19 epidemic has hampered the news gathering abilities of the major media, there was a lot of good work being done by an array of organizations from the on-line Halifax Examiner to Canadian Press and even the notorious Frank Magazine.

To date the various entities have reported on everything from the gunman’s quirks, threats to others, illegal guns, replica Mountie cars, possible cigarette smuggling and even the murder of someone in the United States, among other things.

The man killed 22 people, including a police officer in cold blood, so he doesn’t have a reputation to besmirch. In the absence of the RCMP’s official story about him, speculation becomes rampant.

“It seemed to me from the outset that he may have killed other people in the past,” I said.

The whistleblower just hmmmed.

There’s something they are hiding that will blow the lid right off this thing,” the whistleblower reiterated. “I can’t tell you what it is. I shouldn’t even be telling you this. Just keep pushing.”

When I ran all this by a Maclean’s writer, he immediately added another possibility. “Maybe he was a CI.”

A confidential informant? With a licence to kill?

It’s a crazy idea but in the absence of facts from the RCMP people will talk.

That’s the situation we are in.

This week the RCMP and its government lawyers have continued to obstruct the information process, insisting upon redacting information contained in the applications for its search warrants.

And then there is the psychological assessment or “autopsy” of the gunman.

Well here’s my independent analysis.

He likely wet the bed when he was young. He had a fascination with fire. He tortured little animals. He likely had an accident and sustained a seemingly minor head injury in his youth. He suffered from undetected frontal lobe brain damage. He had low self-esteem but masked that with a superficial outward face.

He grew into a malignant narcissist. Like many serial killers and mass murderers, he had a fascination with policing but becoming a security guard was beneath his station. He was a misogynist, largely because he had sexual orientation issues. He had no empathy for anyone and was controlling. I could go on, but….

That being done, Commissioner Lucki, what’s the BIG SECRET?

www.halifaxexaminer.ca/featured/cracks-are-forming-in-the-rcmp-cone-of-silence/

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If GW did anything weird in his childhood or high school years he concealed exceedingly well. But a good place to start would be at UNB, where he was voted weirdo of the year, awarded the CHUCK COSBY award by his dorm mates. Even though he was an adult, he had gathered a pile of false IDS and false names and used them when he mysteriously disappear for days, never explaining to his room mate where he had gone. People found him kinky, an exhibitionist, quick to take offence, always making mountains out of molehills, strange, odd.

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To me he is a garden variety psychopath/sociopath. I’ll leave that up to others. The other story is about the RCMP. That’s my focus. Maybe we should do a psychological profile of the Mounties. Is there a doctor in the house?
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The Macbeth Gambit is Blaming an Innocent Dead Party For Murder - Nova Scotia 25 May 2020 01:58 #20

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Bolsonaro knows whats up

twitter.com/RafsGlau/status/1264263778620911616

" if I were a dictator I would want to disarm the people "

But instead he wants Brazilians to arm themselves

Fucking good man and support him 100%

Fuck communism

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