Lawyer Nader Hasan, representing accused murderer Umar Zameer, wants Canadians to remain “open-minded.”
A lawyer for the suspect charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of a Toronto police officer earlier in July is “asking the public to keep an open mind and not rush to judgment as the case navigates through the court process.”
“When this matter goes to trial, the complete story of what took place in that city hall parking lot will emerge, stated Attorney Nader Hasan.
Based upon previous murder trials of this nature, Cultural Action Party do not believe lawyer Nader Hasan. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the complete story will never emerge.
Did the complete story emerge regarding Syrian refugee Faisal Hussain and his murder of two white Canadian teenagers in 2018? Was the “whole truth and nothing but the truth” revealed in the case of refugee Ibrahim Ali’s murder of 13-year old Marissa Shen in 2017? Did this occur in the case of Sudanese refugee Deng Malbour’s murder of a Canadian doctor in 2020?
Not quite– rather, what occurred was a media cover-up of critical details. How did these men come to live in Canada? What was/is their citizenship status? Are they government, or privately-sponsored refugees?
All details have been buried away from public knowledge. Why would it be any different for alleged cop-killer Umar Zabeer?
Educated guess –it won’t be. If one didn’t know better, one would believe the Liberal government of Canada– Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino in particular– have a soft spot in their hearts for accused migrant murderers.
“The exact details surrounding the case haven’t been disclosed as a publication ban was put in place after Zameer first appeared in court. Toronto Police Chief James Ramer alleged the incident was an “intentional, deliberate attack.”
Hypocrisy Night In Canada:
“Members of Hamilton’s Downtown Mosque are “gravely concerned” for the family of Imam Kamal Gurgi, as police investigate what they’re calling a hate crime against a Muslim woman and her adult daughter.”
On July 14th, 2021, media reported that the accused “threatened to kill the women.”
In the four years since the death of school girl Marissa Shen, media have never suggested the murder constitutes a “hate crime.” Nor was a hate crime designation directed toward the murders of Reese Fallon, 18, and 10-year-old Julianna Kozis. Likewise for the slaying with a machete of Red Deer Physician Dr. Walter Reynolds in July, 2020.
Do tell, fellow patriots– is this not a blatant example of favouritism? Let CAP spell it out: one death threat– hate crime. Four murders– no hate crime. Why the special privilege? The answer is found in the commonality of personal heritage of the alleged murderers.
In June, 2021, Nathaniel Veltman, 20, of London, Ont., was charged with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder in an act that prosecutors say was an act of terrorism.
A dastardly deed it is. Yet neither Fasail Hassain, nor Ibrahim Ali, nor Deng Malbour were ever charged with an act of terrorism. Why not? What is the differentiator when comparing these cases? All involve murder of innocent Canadians. Why the double standard?
The answer lies in Liberal government policy. Under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, immigration and refugee programs are sacrosanct. Nothing is to impede Trudeau and Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino from maintaining the highest per-capita migration quotas on planet earth.
In other words, nothing shall stand in the way of importing and financing refugees from the 3rd World–even if they happen to be alleged murderers.
Result? Privileged status for accused killers from Syria and Sudan. There’s Justin Trudeau’s sunny ways Canada for you.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder ( Est. 2016)