Advertisement Bruce McArthur is shown in a Facebook photo. A documentary on the case of Toronto serial killer Bruce McArthur and his victims is set to premiere on CBC later this month. “Village of the Missing,” debuting on “CBC Docs POV” on March 22, looks at how McArthur chose his victims as well as their cultural backgrounds and ties to the city’s gay village. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Facebook *MANDATORY CREDIT* TORONTO — A documentary on the case of Toronto serial killer Bruce McArthur and his victims is set to premiere on CBC later this month.“Village of the Missing,” debuting on “CBC Docs POV” on March 22, looks at how McArthur chose his victims as well as their cultural backgrounds and ties to the city’s gay village.Michael Del Monte directed the film, which will debut the same day on the CBC Gem streaming service. Twitter Login/Register With: Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment It includes interviews with journalists reporting on the case and seeks to answer “why so many ‘brown-skinned’ men were lost to McArthur.”McArthur, a self-employed landscaper, pleaded guilty in January to eight counts of first-degree murder for men he killed between 2010 and 2017.The 67-year-old was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years.“Six of his eight victims were brown-skinned men from South Asian or Middle Eastern descent, many recent immigrants and several closeted gay men,” says a news release for the film.“This documentary uses the McArthur story as a springboard to reveal the immense and unspoken pressures that many gay men from South Asian and Middle Eastern backgrounds must live with.”Del Monte directed the 2017 doc “Transformer,” about a father, ex-marine and world-record powerlifter who goes through a sex change. The film won the Rogers Audience Award for Best Canadian Documentary at last year’s Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.With “Village of the Missing,” Del Monte travelled to Turkey “to witness an ‘underground gay railway’ to Canada,” he said in a statement.“What we saw was a place where literally thousands of gay men are fleeing from various countries, only to end up in places like The Village. I think this film will open many eyes, and likely enlighten people as to why the police were so stymied by this case.”Del Monte added that he “didn’t want to explore the psychological state of a monstrous human being like McArthur.“I wanted this film to challenge our way of thinking about the cultural pressures that exist inside the gay community. If you go missing, who is going to speak up for you? Who is going to ensure you are found?” Advertisement Advertisement
21 November 2010Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for improving road safety around the world, saying it is the best way to honour the victims of traffic accidents. An estimated 1.3 million people die on the world’s roads every year with around 50 million injured or disabled by accidents, with accidents costing countries up to four per cent of their Gross National Product (GNP) yearly.In a message marking the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, Mr. Ban said greater awareness of the challenge posed by road traffic incidents had brought responses and the UN had declared the first-ever ‘Decade of Action for Road Safety.’“Governments should release their national plans for the Decade when it is launched globally on 11 May 2011,” the Secretary-General said. Mourning the victims of traffic accidents, the Secretary-General said the UN would work hard to prevent further deaths on the roads. “Many tragedies can be avoided through a set of proven, simple measures that benefit not only individuals and families but society at large,” he said.“For my part, I have issued a directive to all United Nations staff instructing drivers of UN vehicles to practice road safety, including by wearing seatbelts, obeying speed limits and avoiding the use of mobile phones and other distractions.“If we all take these simple measures, we can give real meaning to this observance, thereby honouring the memory of the victims in the best way possible: with action to spare the lives of others.” read more
The original location of a bullet casing found on the floor of Tim Bosma’s truck became a contentious issue in front of a Hamilton jury on Thursday. Dellen Millard and Mark Smich are on trial for the first degree murder of the 32 year old Hamilton man, who went missing in May of 2013 after taking two men to test drive his Dodge Ram pickup truck.Tim Bosma’s truck was found inside a trailer at Dellen Millard’s mother’s house and once in police possession, both truck and trailer were scoured for evidence like gunshot residue, fingerprints and blood.Inside the trailer were four tarps one was cut in half and had blood stains.There were also some front seats that had been burned down to charred metal, a piece of corn husk was lodged in the pieces.Earlier, the jury heard that on Dellen Millard’s farm, in a corn field, police found two burn circles, and in the debris bits of metal including grommets, like you’d find on a tarp.Police also found a bullet casing on the floor of the cab of the truck, the front seats were gone, and the back seats were flipped up, in the non-use position. but the casing wasn’t there the first time police looked inside.Defence lawyers for Millard and Smich then took turns questioning what could have happened to put the bullet where it was found. Smich’s lawyer suggested it could have rolled back from the front. Millard’s lawyer suggested there was a hump in the floor that would have prevented it from rolling from the front.Court also heard the first of testimony from a blood spatter expert, there was blood all over the Bosma truck and under it. The expert testified that it looked as if the source of the blood was sitting in the passenger seat and that the truck had then been cleaned with a power washer before driving away, there was no blood on any tires except the rear passenger side tire. read more
A Brock University Health Sciences professor says the Ontario government’s cautious rollout of legalized cannabis sales is a reasonable move to walk the tightrope of a politically contentious issue.Department of Health Sciences Associate Professor Dan Malleck, an expert on Canadian drug and alcohol policy and history, says Ontario’s plan to create a cannabis control board and open up to 60 stores in the first year “reflects the politics of the situation.“Governments want to err on the side of caution when they’re dealing with something as historically socially fraught as cannabis,” he says. “Provincial governments are in a tough place because they need to balance social fears about access to cannabis with the problems of black market sales. And they also need to follow legislation and recommendations initiated by the federal government.”Malleck says that while the cautious approach makes sense, it could make controlling the substance more challenging.“Without a good number of access points, it may be difficult to undercut the so-called black market,” he says, adding that it would have been easier to sell cannabis in existing LCBO stores.However, the professor also acknowledges that the Ontario government’s announcement Friday — some 10 months ahead of the July 1, 2018 federal legalization date — is a “very good start.“Having the current liquor control board infrastructure manage distribution is also a good thing. Ontario having a plan in place can provide a good example for other provinces,” he says. read more
The militants targeted a mosque near al-Arish (EPA)(BBC)– Suspected militants have launched a bomb and gun attack on a mosque in Egypt’s North Sinai province, killing 155 people, state media report.Witnesses say the al-Rawda mosque in the town of Bir al-Abed, near al-Arish, was targeted during Friday prayers.Local police said men in four off-road vehicles opened fire on worshippers, AP reported.Egypt has been fighting an Islamist insurgency in the region, which has intensified since 2013.More than 100 people were also wounded in the attack, reports say.Pictures from the scene show rows of bloodied victims inside the mosque.One report said the target appeared to be supporters of the security forces who were praying at the mosque.President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi is to meet security officials to discuss the incident, Egypt’s private Extra News TV reported.It is not yet known who was behind Friday’s attack.Jihadist militants have been waging an insurgency in recent years, stepping up attacks after Egypt’s military overthrew Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013.Hundreds of police, soldiers and civilians have been killed since then, mostly in attacks carried out by Sinai Province group, which is affiliated to so-called Islamic State (IS). Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedUPDATE: Attack on mosque in Egypt’s Sinai kills at least 235 — state mediaNovember 24, 2017In “World”Afghan casualties in Taliban Mazar-e Sharif attack pass 100April 22, 2017In “World”Nigeria suicide blast kills 30 football fans in BornoJune 17, 2019In “latest news” read more
Men’s EHF Champions League ← Previous Story ASOBAL (Round 20): Aragon beats Ciudad Real – Barca is already a champion? Next Story → Women’s EHF CL (Main Round – 4): Gyor and Larvik already semifinalists After 120 Group matches all eyes look to Vienna on Monday evening, where the draw of the Last 16 will take place at 19:00 local time – the composition for the four pots is decided since Sunday, when Montpellier secured the victory in group B by beating Veszprem.Pot 1 (group winners): THW Kiel, Montpellier Agglomeration HB, Chekhovskie Medvedi, Renovalia Ciudad RealPot 2 (teams ranked second): Rhein-Neckar Löwen, MKB Veszprem, Cuatro Rayas Valladolid, SG Flensburg-HandewittPot 3 (teams ranked third): FC Barcelona-Borges, HSV Hamburg, Pick Szeged, RK Croatia Osiguranje ZagrebPot 4 (teams ranked fourth): Chambery Savoie, KIF Kolding, Kadetten Schaffhausen, Bosna Sarajevo read more
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Members of the Oakleigh East community are being asked to come forward with any information regarding shots fired in the early morning on Friday. Detectives from the Monash Crime Investigation Unit say shots were fired at a vehicle parked in Oakleigh East. The incident happened on Dublin Street about 2.30am before the offenders fled the scene. No one was injured in the incident. Police would like to speak to anyone who saw a white AU Ford station wagon in the area at the time. Detectives have released CCTV images in the hope that someone may have seen the vehicle in the area. Anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au read more
Hyderabad: Govt. of India is celebrating Digital India Anniversary on Monday. On this occasion, Civil Supplies Department launched new digital initiative T-wallet integration with Public distribution system in ePoS in entire Telangana for 17026 FP shops. With this move, now the public can utilize the T- wallet services at all FP shops. Initially the project was launched in Rangareddy district on pilot basis. On successful implementation of pilot project, the department has rolled-out this application to entire Telangana FP shops. Also Read – Farmers stage rasta roko against urea shortage in Kamareddy Advertise With Us Another initiative of Digital India programme is distribution of subsidy rice to 16 welfare departments at 173 Mandal Level Stockist (MLS) points in Telangana using ePoS devices with bio-metric authentication. NIC Telangana has designed and developed work flow based software application. Transparency and accountability are being ensured in supply of commodities to around 4000 institutions of 16 welfare departments by introducing ePoS devices at MLS points. Also Read – Ramagundam: Focus on company’s growth, community development Advertise With Us The main features include Seamless distribution of commodities from MLS Points to MDM, ICDS, Hostels and Other Welfare Institutions through ePoS devices across the state using Biometric Authentication and Computerization of Indenting, distribution and stock balances through workflow based system. On the occasion of Digital India Anniversary Celebrations, Commissioner Civil supplies department has appreciated the efforts of National Informatics Centre (NIC) Telangana team for these new Digital India initiatives. read more
GAJIRAM: An attack this weekend by Boko Haram fighters on a funeral in northeast Nigeria has left 65 people dead, almost triple the initial toll, a local official said Sunday. Dozens of more bodies were discovered following the assault Saturday by gunmen on a village close to the regional capital Maiduguri. “It is 65 people dead and 10 injured,” local government chairman Muhammed Bulama said. Also Read – UK, EU Brexit teams to meet twice-weekly in September Advertise With Us Bulama said more than 20 people died in the initial attack on a funeral gathering. Dozens more were killed as they tried to chase after the jihadists. The leader of a local anti-Boko Haram militia confirmed the death toll, while giving a slightly different account of the attack. Bunu Bukar Mustapha told AFP 23 people were killed as they returned from the funeral and “the remaining 42 were killed when they pursued the terrorists”. Also Read – Climate change: Australia downgrades outlook for Great Barrier Reef to ‘very poor’ Advertise With Us AFP journalists at the scene saw houses burnt in the attack. Relatives collected the bodies of those slain for burial. Bulama said he thought the latest attack was in retaliation for the killing two weeks ago of 11 Boko Haram fighters by local residents when the jihadists approached their village. The residents also captured 10 automatic rifles. Advertise With Us Boko Haram fighters have repeatedly attacked the surrounding Nganzai district. In September last year, the group killed eight people and stole livestock in two villages in the area after residents tried to stop them from taking their animals. Boko Haram has waged a decade-long campaign of violence in northeast Nigeria that has killed around 27,000 people and displaced more than two million. There are persistent attacks despite repeated claims from the Nigerian government that it has broken the insurgency. The jihadists have splintered between the Boko Haram faction loyal to historic leader Abubakar Shekau and an affiliate of the Islamic State group. Shekau’s group tends to hit softer targets including civilians, while the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) has since last year ratcheted up its campaign against the Nigerian military. In June, 30 people were killed by a triple suicide bombing targeting football fans in Konduga, 38 kilometres (24 miles) from Maiduguri. The attack had the hallmarks of Shekau’s faction. Late Thursday, the group attacked a camp for displaced people outside the state capital, killing two residents and looting food supplies after burning a nearby military base. Communities have increasingly turned to self-defence groups to protect themselves against the jihadist attacks. Vigilantes and local hunters have taken up arms to safeguard local residents amid widespread complaints that the military does not do enough to defend them. read more
Ahmedabad: A forest guard was attacked by a lion on Monday at Ambardi Safari Park near Dhari town in Gujarat’s Amreli district, officials said. The incident occurred when the injured guard, S P Teraiya, and other staff were trying to lead the male lion, named ‘Shiv’, into a cage in the evening, said D T Vasavada, chief conservator of forests (CCF), Junagadh Wildlife Circle. Also Read – Shah urges women to shun plastic bags Advertise With Us “The attack took place after tourist hours,” he said. The forest guard was admitted to Amreli civil hospital after he was administered primary treatment at Dhari, the CCF said, adding that Teraiya was out of danger. Ambardi Park, which was thrown open for tourists in 2017, is currently the home for six lions. The park is spread across 4 square kms on the banks of the Shetrunji river and is secured with wire fencing. Tourists can catch a glimpse of the big cats while travelling in specially designed buses inside the safari park. After tourist hours, the lions are taken inside their cages. In November last year, a labourer was killed in a lion attack in the Devaliya safari park in Junagadh district. read more
By Stephen Janis and Taya Graham, Special to the AFROFor nearly a decade, the Baltimore Police Department (BPD), has had free reign to spend whatever it deems necessary to pay overtime to police officers. But, the day of the blank check may soon be coming to end, as the Baltimore City Council vowed this week to force the BPD to report overtime spending to the city’s legislative body once a month.Councilman Leon Pinkett (D-7), vice-chair of the budget and finance committee introduced a non-binding resolution requesting monthly reports from the city’s biggest agency. In part, the councilman says the heightened scrutiny comes after he and his colleagues were forced to approve a last minute $21 million supplemental spending bill to compensate for overtime pay that exceeded the fiscal 2018 budget by nearly $36 million.Members of the disbanded Gun Trace Task Force stole hundreds of thousands of dollars in fraudulent overtime pay, among other serious crimes. This week the Baltimore City Council announced it will provide more oversight of the Baltimore Police Department’s overtime budget, as well as policing strategies. ((Courtesy photos)“The reality is, these supplemental bills have been happening for subsequent years and it’s prevented us from being able to be invest in other things,” Pinkett told the AFRO.It’s a sharp turn for a council that in the past has rarely criticized police spending and is generally wary of scrutinizing it amid increasing crime rates.But, Pinkett says there is a general sense of frustration in the council with the department ‘s apparent inability to manage its roughly $500 million budget, which is why he wants monthly oversight to avoid last minute surprises.“When we look at last year’s fiscal budget, by the first quarter the police department was already running a $17 million deficit on overtime,” Pinkett said.Unlike past years when a lone member of the council, like late councilman Ken Harris tried to stem overtime spending, Pinkett is not alone.In fact, City Council President Bernard “Jack” Young says he expects the BPD not just to provide numbers, but details as to who is receiving the overtime and why.“We’re expecting details of everything that we asked for and if we don’t get it they are going to have problem with their budget,” Young said.Police officials have often justified overtime spending by citing a shortage of patrol officers. However a recent report on staffing levels required by the state revealed less than 40 percent of sworn cops actually work patrol.Police officials would not confirm or comment on these numbers.However, WBAL-TV reports the BPD is disbanding detective units that investigate burglaries in an effort to bolster the ranks of patrol officers, which officials say is one of the main causes of the department blowing through overtime budgets. “Those officers are being sent to patrol, and we have talked about patrol and patrol staffing and the necessity behind patrol staffing,” said Chief T.J. Smith of BPD media relations.Despite a seemingly unified council, the Pugh administration has thus far been tepid in their crackdown on overtime spending.Earlier this year the city refused to release a highly anticipated audit of overtime spending, arguing the analysis was attorney client ‘ work product.’ City officials said the analysis was related to a lawsuit filed by the Fraternal Order of Police claiming a new work schedule had actually deprived officers of overtime.The audit was commissioned shortly after the burgeoning scandal involving members of the Gun Trace Task Force revealed that the department had few, if any controls on overtime spending.During the trials of Daniel Hersl and Taylor their colleagues who had already plead guilty recounted how they received overtime on vacation or for simply turning in a gun. Charges filed by US Attorney also revealed that officers received overtime while on vacation.For now the biggest question facing the council is if the department will cooperate. The AFRO asked for comment from both the mayor’s office and police and has yet to hear back.But Young says the department must comply, or face consequences.“We need them to manage their budget and we will make them live within their means like every other agency.” read more
Virgin Australia plane A Corporate Alliance between Virgin Australia and Skywest would increase competition for Qantas and its affiliates, according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).In a draft approval submitted, the ACCC’s chairman Rob Sims explained the alliance would offer “an extensive integrated air service package” to corporate travellers that would compete directly with the Australian flag carrier’s offerings. “The proposed authorisation will result in public benefits such as enhanced products and services for corporate customers, increased choice of integrated service providers and potentially lower prices due to closer competition,” Mr Sims said.The ACCC noted that the two airlines currently operate a mostly complimentary network and combined they would offer travellers bundled air transport services.While only handing down a draft approval, the Commission said it may grant full approval for the alliance once it is satisfied that the public benefit outweighs any public detriment.The ACCC said it is now accepting submissions from applications in relation to the draft determination. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J read more
“We got to bring our big-boy pads,” Mathieu said. “Especially with what the Bills did last week, Gurley may get 50 touches this week.”Probably not, but the sentiment is understood.Gurley got off to a slow start this season. He had just 47 rushing yards in the opener at San Francisco. A 51-yard effort against Seattle followed, and then last week in Tampa Bay, Gurley carried the ball a season-high 27 times for a season-high 85 yards. That’s an average of 2.9 yards per carry.“Gurley is running the ball really well. He’s powerful,” Bettcher said. “Each and every week you see him, just in their run game, he’s getting better and better and better.”Yes, the Rams have other offensive weapons. Receivers Kenny Britt and Tavon Austin have each caught 14 passes from quarterback Case Keenum.But it’s Gurley that makes that offense go. The Cardinals know it and have prepared for it. Now the only question remaining is: Can they stop it?“We haven’t really proven that we can stop the run, so until we stand up and do that, teams are going to come in here and try to run the ball,” Peters said. “I think the challenge is definitely set, and it’s up to us to kind of fix it.” TEMPE, Ariz. – Stopping the run.It’s what every defensive coordinator, at every level of football, preaches each and every week. James Bettcher, who holds that title with the Arizona Cardinals, is no exception.Of course, saying it is quite different from actually doing it.Saying the Cardinals need to stop, or at least limit, Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley is easy. It’s the execution that’s difficult, yet that’s the task this Sunday when the two NFC West rivals clash at University of Phoenix Stadium. It was a year ago in Glendale when Gurley, the 10th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, burst onto the scene, rushing for 146 yards on 19 carries in a Week 4 win.A year and four additional 125-yard rushing performances later, Gurley returns, again in Week 4.“Gurley is probably one of the best running backs in the league, for sure,” defensive tackle Corey Peters said. “Got to get a lot of hats on him. It’s going to be a physical game. We got to do a good job of being aggressive and making sure everybody is gap-sound.”Again, easier said than done.The Cardinals were not gap-sound last week in Buffalo. They missed assignments, failed to set the edge and didn’t tackle well, all of which added up to the Bills rushing for 208 yards, 110 of which belonged to running back LeSean McCoy.In recent memory, the Cardinals have been good, even great, against the run. They’ve ranked in the top-15 in each of the past three seasons, including owning the best rush defense in 2013.Last season, the Cardinals allowed just more than 91 yards on the ground, good for sixth-best in the league.This season, though still early, that number has ballooned to 133, putting them 28th among 32 teams. Comments Share St. Louis Rams running back Todd Gurley (30) eludes the reach of Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley (56) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Follow Craig Grialou on Twitter Top Stories “It’s not just one thing,” Peters said. “Everybody has to step their game up and play everything better. I think everybody is just taking it personally and making sure they’re improving and where they’re supposed to be.”Safety Tyrann Mathieu mentioned “getting back to your fundamentals.”Bettcher pointed to players’ eyes.“On any given play, any player on the field, he has keys that he reads, right? We got to be good with our keys. It’s not any one individual. It’s not any one thing,” he said Thursday. “That’s one of those basic things about ball is you get in the stance and you get your eyes where they’re supposed to be, and that’s how you start a play. If you don’t start a play that way, you play the entire snap from behind.”The good news about last week’s showing, according to Bettcher, is that after the corrections were made, the Bills had considerably less success running the ball.He’s right.Following halftime, the Bills gained only 44 rushing yards. However, the damage had already been done and as Bettcher noted, “second time don’t mean nothing, but the ability to be in the right place shows that we’re capable.”The Cardinals know they’ll be tested by the Rams rushing attack. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling read more
Operations at the Nicosia flight control centre have been fully restored, transport minister Vassiliki Anastasiadou said on Saturday.After Thursday’s collapse of part of the ceiling, which injured one employee, Anastasiadou said that by Saturday working conditions for control centre staff were completely safe.Anastasiadou thanked the staff and all people who contributed to the timely restoration of the control centre’s operations.On Friday, she said the ministry is pushing ahead with long-delayed plans to move the control centre to new facilities in Kokkinotrimithia.The move to the new building has been dragging on for the last 15 years.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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