March 13, 2015

EXCLUSIVE: Documents show Calgary police considered anti-Israel riot a public relations problem, not a crime

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

I filed an Access to Information request to investigate police indifference to last July's anti-Israel riot on the steps of Calgary City Hall. Here's what I discovered.

These documents show that Calgary police were preoccupied with the public relations nightmare my Sun News Network investigation into this crime was creating for them.

However, they didn't seem quite as concerned that a Jewish family had been assaulted in broad daylight in their jurisdiction.

In fact, in one of these documents, that family is referred to as "victims" -- complete with quotation marks.

As we reported yesterday, three of the pro-Hamas rioters were finally sentenced to pay a small fine -- and write an essay.

Today's revelations compound the injustice that occurred last July -- not in Gaza, but right here in Canada.


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commented 2015-03-16 19:50:54 -0400
Looks like the Calgary mayor has learned some tricks from the Ontario Libs and their relationship with the OPP……seems to be working for him. Must be “progressive”.
commented 2015-03-15 00:26:08 -0400
Tip of the iceberg of Canadian police bias and obfuscation of these sorts of crimes. Not unlike how police acted in Rotherham. Blame the victim of Islamist attacks so much easier than blaming the politically powerful organization of perpetrators.