I want to show you a story the CBC wrote about an attempted robbery of an armoured truck in Edmonton on Friday:
“Death of Cape Breton man in Edmonton robbery 'a major, major blow’”
The CBC wrote a long, beautiful obituary for this guy, talking to his family back in Nova Scotia about what a good guy he was. Except that’s not true. Here’s more:
"Randy James Munian, 40, was shot by an armoured truck guard Friday, after police say he attempted to rob it by spraying the guards with pepper spray.”
He wasn’t the victim. He was the robber.
You don’t learn that until you’re past the headline, photos and story lead.
Not a word in this CBC story about the terrified guards who were fighting for their lives. Not even a mention of their names. But this thug — well, he was so loveable. And people are being so judgemental:
"The online comments about her cousin have been hard," Emms said. (…) "It's a shame the circumstances that happened, but did they ever think of the hurt, the grieving that his family has here back in Cape Breton?"
This is not a news report. This is a press release for a thug. And you paid for it.
Well, I don’t get $1.2 billion dollars a year from the CBC, but I can use Google. So I looked up this lovable cuddly ol’ bear.
WATCH what I found on Randy James Munian’s Facebook page in about five seconds…
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(Photo credit: Facebook/Randy Munian)