Canada: But Veltman’s actions, unlike those of Umar Zameer, became the occasion for a frenzied media circus. Without releasing any evidence to substantiate his claim, Justin Trudeau said: “This was a terrorist attack, motivated by hatred, in the heart of one of our communities.” London, Ontario mayor Ed Holder concluded: “This was an act of mass murder, perpetrated against Muslims.” Canada was smeared as an “Islamophobic” country, “Islamophobic” enough to warrant an “emergency” Islamophobia summit. In a loaded demand, the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM), formerly CAIR-CAN, is pushing for “timetables for action” to be implemented at the summit.
Man, 31, charged with first-degree murder in Toronto cop’s slaying,” by Bryan Passifiume and Scott Laurie, Toronto Sun, July 2, 2021:
Some of that information is questionable, including the designation of the attack as “terrorism” before due process. Should evidence turn up in court to substantiate a terrorism conviction, Veltman should face the full extent of the law.
No one knows what happened in the case of Umar Zameer, 31, “accused of intentionally running down and killing Const. Jeffrey Northrup.” That’s because he is being protected from any public scrutiny — any at all. Nathaniel Veltman, on the other hand, was thrown to the wolves.
Once again, a two-tier justice system is in effect: one in favor of Muslims, and one for everyone else. One thing we do know about Nathaniel Veltman: the teen did not have any affiliation to any known terror groups. Veltman “was described as a ‘nice guy’ by co-workers — and had no known ties to hate groups.” The courts will decide his motives, except that he is already guilty in the court of public opinion, driven on by politicians. That stands in glaring contrast to Umar Zameer, who is being protected to the hilt by a country deemed to be “Islamophobic.”
A 31-year-old man faces a first-degree murder charge in Friday’s line-of-duty death of a veteran Toronto cop.Late Friday afternoon, Toronto Police said Umar Zameer was charged with murder in the death of Const.
Jeffrey Northrup, who was run down by a vehicle early Friday in a parking garage at Toronto City Hall in what Chief James Ramer described as deliberate.“It’s very early in the investigation, but based on the evidence we have at this time … it was a deliberate and intentional act,” Ramer said during a Friday morning press conference.
A plainclothes officer with 52 Division, Northrup and his partner responded to a radio call concerning a priority robbery call in the parking garage sometime after midnight, Ramer said.
That was subsequently upgraded to a stabbing.Both officers were attached to the ongoing response to Canada Day events at City Hall, and were wearing their badges and identified themselves as police offices, Ramer said.While details of what happened next are still scarce, the suspect allegedly entered a vehicle when confronted by the officers and drove at them……Northrup’s partner was also transported to hospital where she was treated and released for minor injuries.
The scene outside the City Hall parking garage where Toronto Police officer Const. Jeffrey Northrup was killed early Friday morning.
“It’s an extremely difficult day for her and she’s been interviewed as part of the investigation,” Ramer said. “She has gone home, and we are making sure she is being looked after.”
Zameer was ordered held ahead of his next court appearance on July 23 at Old City Hall court.
A court-imposed publication ban prohibits police from revealing further information on Zameer, but cops did say no further suspects are outstanding.
POLICING CAREER A LIFELONG DREAM
Toronto’s top cop says it was Northrup’s lifelong dream to be a police officer.
“When I talked to his mother this morning she said, ‘You know, he died doing something that he loved,’” Ramer said Friday. “He loved his job and went in to do that job every day, despite the dangers that we occasionally face, he continued to do that job the best of his ability.”
Northrup began his career with court services, becoming a sworn officer in 1999 assigned to 11 Division.
He’d been with 52 Division since 2008, and is a member of the chief’s ceremonial unit.
Ramer and 52 Division Unit Commander Supt. Greg Cole attended Northrup’s family home Friday morning to deliver the devastating news to his wife, three children and mother…..
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