Suspicious Death Now Homicide
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Investigators at the Kinght Crescent home where body was discovered ( photo courtesy RCMP)
Prince George, B.C. - The suspicious death that has been under investigation by Prince George RCMP since the weekend, has now been confirmed to be a homicide.
On the morning of Saturday June 23rd, 2012, members of the Prince George RCMP located a deceased male on a property located on the 4100 block of Knight Crescent in Prince George. Initial indication was that the deceased was a victim of foul play.
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So, gangster hitmen are all crack* shots, never a stray bullet, never hit the wrong person eh? Pap for the masses.
*no pun intended
Lots of information that shouldn't be available. Traffic violations are supposed to come off your license after 5-years. Bankruptcies 7-years. Private small claims especially unproven ones shouldn't be open IMO. So a lender or potential employer need not look up your driving abstract or your credit report, but rather just type your name in to this web site by the provincial government and get your history with no statute for limitations.
I found our I was sued in 1991 for a motor vehicle accident that was deemed 50/50 blame. I had no idea I was sued through ICBC. Its a shame because IMO the accident was entirely the fault of the other as I was the one that was hit. So I guess thats on my public record now? Also a small claims I made against a landlord for damage deposit from 14-years ago is available, but a small claims I won against VANOC is not. So who decides what is public and what is not?
Seems when one looks into it you can find out anything about anyone. No statute of limitations. One would be surprised what is being published online. Shame on some of the politicians... John Cummings has a list a page long, Shirely Bond has never had any involvement with the law and Christy Clark has her family law files scrubbed... but the rest of us....
IMO an abuse of privacy.