Canadian Protest Over Police Misconduct

Is this Prediction unfolding in Canada. With the surge of police brutality escalating perhaps it is unfolding, but nothing to do with homeless? My heart goes out to the family of Mr. Yatim, The prediction reads:

Notes on 5-9-13
In ”the place of leaves” that’s Canada,  they presented the homeless, the unfortunate, being grossly mistreated by officials. There was a train in the background but its unclear if that is apart of the location or they are using it symbolically by saying its a repetitious issue.

Reported on 7-29  Hundreds march to protest deadly Toronto police shooting on streetcar. Hundreds of protesters shouted at police and called for justice Monday as public outrage grew over the death of a young man shot in an altercation with police officers on a city streetcar.   The mother and sister of Sammy Yatim, 18, were among a crowd of protesters that stretched more than a block as marchers left a downtown square for the west-end intersection where the teenager died on Saturday morning.   The shooting has sparked a flood of anger at Toronto police, who have suspended an officer involved   The crowd chanted “Shame!” with a handful of protesters angrily confronting police monitoring the march, yelling phrases such as “He was innocent” and “What about a warning shot.” Quoted News: http://ca.news.yahoo.com/ontario-ombudsman-review-police-shooting-young-toronto-man-135148931.html

2 responses to “Canadian Protest Over Police Misconduct”

  1. tom Avatar

    The street car that he was shot in runs on rails
    my sister lives in Toronto

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      Yes that was my thought, we have trolleys over here and they call it a train.

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