Twenty-eight year old Syrian refugee, Ibrahim Ali, had only been in Canada approximately three months before he is alleged to have murdered Marrisa Shen whose body was found in a Vancouver park in July 2017 after an exhaustive search.
CBC is calling Ali a “Burnaby man” and avoiding his immigration status, while Burnaby News Now is trying to “memory hole” their initial headline that described Ali as a Syrian refugee by deleting it and replacing it with one that describes him simply as a “28 year old man.”
Most of what we know about Ali is from the Vancouver Sun because, so far, they’re resisting the mainstream media impulse to scrub his refugee history from their reports and are actually asking tough questions of officials about how Ali came to Canada.
What has been reported confirms Ali was not an illegal asylum seeker. He came via official channels but the government has completely lost track of him, having no records despite his permanent resident status.
According to The Vancouver Sun:
“Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen’s office did not respond to a request for comment but in a statement, an official with the department said every refugee ‘undergoes a robust, multi-layered screening before being allowed to enter Canada.’
But, we have the access to information documents to prove this statement false.
Watch as I refresh your memory on what we learned from access to information documents that contradicts what is suggested in the Immigration Ministry’s statement.
Officials changed the rules specifically for Syrian refugees because bureaucrats rushed to meet Trudeau’s virtue-signalling quota. As a result, some weren’t even subject to a simple Google or social media search before landing on Canadian soil.
Marrisa Shen is dead, allegedly at the hands of a Syrian refugee, but guess who CBC and VICE think are the real bad guys?
Wanting this doesn’t make me Islamophobic or even anti-Syrian — it makes me pro-women, pro-children and pro-Canada.