Update3: Finally “Saskatoon police confirm that they’ve been searching for James Smith Cree Nation suspect Myles Sanderson since May.”
So you can track the real time position of the @rcmpgrcpolice @RCMPSK manhunt helicopter over Regina in real time over the internet. Really? Worst manhunt information security imaginable. This is a thing policy folks need to look at. Big time. https://t.co/1Ds3JeLLDI
— Shawn-Bob (@snstevenson) September 5, 2022
Update1: The latest from the worst news-talk station in the country.
Suspects are still at large. Police will release an update at 10:30am.
At yesterday’s press conference a question was asked about the criminal backgrounds of the suspects. Incredulously, they responded “At this point we’re still in the initial stages of the investigation and determining that information.”, as though that isn’t at their fingertips. Not a single reporter pushed back.
Well, here’s Crime Stoppers from May 27th.
Original post below.
10 dead, 15 injured at 13 different locations at James Smith Cree Nation, Weldon, SK… some apparently targeted, others random.
Damien Sanderson, left, and Myles Sanderson. Thought to be in a black Nissan Rogue with Sask. licence 119 MPI.
BTW, if you’ve been listening to the live coverage as Rawlco’s CKOM news reporters focus on the safety of tens of thousands of fans at Mosaic stadium attending the Rider game, as if the two wanted men are likely to burst through the gates and begin attacking spectators at random — no, your ears are not deceiving you. This is their norm. The CKOM newsroom is unwavering in their commitment to stupidity.
Update: According to Yakowennahskats Media, these are better photos.