Winnipeg Homicides for 2019 May Break Record

A man is dead after being shot at a townhouse in south Winnipeg.

Officers were called to the home off Tim Sale Drive, in the South Pointe neighbourhood, around 11:45 p.m. Monday.

When they arrived, the man was pronounced dead at the scene. Police believe the man did not live at the house, but it wasn’t a break-in, Const. Rob Carver said.

The man’s death is the city’s 40th homicide of the year.

Winnipeg homicides by year

Trump’s Obsession with the Mueller Probe

The Bob Mueller probe really gets Trump worked up. It must keep him awake at night to put it mildly. Actually it is torturing him.

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If ‘The Donald’ has nothing to hide he should welcome the probe, it will exonerate him! It will clear his reputation. But he is terrified of the probe. I think the probe could put Trump in very deep doo doo. I think the most conceited, arrogant and mean spirited President ever, is having nightmares that his orange hair may be colored coded with future clothing.

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Bill Cosby On The Run!!

Recently sentenced former TV star Bill Cosby has escaped from a Philadelphia jail. He was convicted of drugging women and then molesting and raping them when they were passed out. This behavior from a guy who once called Eddie Murphy and told him to tone down his obscenity during his live acts.

It is purported that Cosby picked his handcuffs and shackles using a technique he learned during one of his many visits to the Playboy Mansion.

Cosby would pick the bedroom door locks of sleeping Playmates. Enter the room and knock them into deeper unconsciousness using a chloroform soaked cloth. What he did after that is anybody’s guess.

After Cosby discarded his shackles and cuffs he escaped down a sewer tunnel in the jail.  His whereabouts are currently unknown, but he was fleetingly spotted emerging from a manhole in west central Philly.

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The police are having a hard time tracking the famous fugitive as their tracker hounds are disoriented by the cornucopia of rancid smells in the sewers.

Columbia Drug Gang puts out Hit Contract on Sniffer Dog

Colombian sniffer dog moved after threats by drug gang

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Her handler says Sombra is friendly to children but unforgiving in her search for drugs

A dog in Colombia which has sniffed out a record amount of drugs in her career with the counter-narcotics police force has been moved to ensure her safety.

Intelligence sources said the Urabeños drugs gang had put a 200m-peso ($70,000; £53,000) price on the German shepherd’s head after she found almost 10 tonnes of the gang’s cocaine.

The Urabeños is considered Colombia’s most powerful criminal organisation.

Sombra (Shadow) was moved from the gang’s heartland to Bogotá airport.

Drug traffickers’ scourge

Six-year-old Sombra had been deployed in ports on the Atlantic coast including Turbo, a town from which tonnes of cocaine are shipped by speedboat and sometimes by submarine to Central American and on to the United States.

Sombra sniffed out 5.3 tonnes of cocaine in Turbo and recently found another four tonnes stashed in car parts meant for export.

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Sombra has taken part in more than 300 operations with the counter-narcotics police

Much of the drug trafficking is controlled by the Urabeños, a gang which is also known as the Úsuga clan or Gulf clan.

The gang’s boss, Dairo Antonio Úsuga also known as Otoniel, is one of Colombia’s most wanted men.

It is not unusual for the Urabeños to offer money to get rid of those standing in their way.

In 2012, police found leaflets signed by the gang offering $500 (£380) to anyone who killed a police officer.

The vastly bigger sum the Urabeños are offering for the killing of Shadow is indicative of the financial losses her sensitive nose has caused them.

Counter-narcotics police officers said Shadow was being well guarded by her handler and other officers, but that for the time being she would be safer on duty at El Dorado airport in the capital.

Sombra has been with the counter-narcotics police force since she was a puppy and is credited with sniffing out drugs leading to the arrest of 245 suspects.

BBC