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Sep 7, 2022 | 17:46 61 This isn't the first time Sanderson has attacked the Burns family. Earl Burns was his father in law.

"Myles Sanderson was accused in 2015 of trying to kill Earl Burns by “repeatedly stabbing with a knife.” Sanderson also attacked Joyce Burns, wounding her, his court file indicates."

Earl Burns is the military vet that stood up to him while his family got away.

https://globalnews.ca/news/9111785/saskatchewan-mass-killing-suspect-committed-similar-attack-in-2015-court-file-shows/

You can't make this shit up.

They kept sentencing him to duece less to keep him out of the Penn.

Can someone make that a hot link?
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Sep 7, 2022 | 18:02 62
Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
This isn't the first time Sanderson has attacked the Burns family. Earl Burns was his father in law.

"Myles Sanderson was accused in 2015 of trying to kill Earl Burns by “repeatedly stabbing with a knife.” Sanderson also attacked Joyce Burns, wounding her, his court file indicates."

Earl Burns is the military vet that stood up to him while his family got away.

https://globalnews.ca/news/9111785/saskatchewan-mass-killing-suspect-committed-similar-attack-in-2015-court-file-shows/

You can't make this shit up.

They kept sentencing him to duece less to keep him out of the Penn.

Can someone make that a hot link?
Thanks
https://www.npr.org/2022/09/07/11216...sted-police-sa

"The Royal Canadian Mounted Police reported on Wednesday that stabbing suspect Myles Sanderson has been arrested.

Sanderson, one of two suspects in a series of stabbings that killed 10 people in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, was taken into custody in the town of Rosthern around 3:30 p.m. local time, according to authorities. "There is no longer a risk to public safety relating to this investigation," the RCMP said in a Tweet." Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2022 | 18:04 63
Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
https://www.npr.org/2022/09/07/11216...sted-police-sa

"The Royal Canadian Mounted Police reported on Wednesday that stabbing suspect Myles Sanderson has been arrested.

Sanderson, one of two suspects in a series of stabbings that killed 10 people in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, was taken into custody in the town of Rosthern around 3:30 p.m. local time, according to authorities. "There is no longer a risk to public safety relating to this investigation," the RCMP said in a Tweet."
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Sep 7, 2022 | 18:50 64 Weird bunch of stories now claiming he died of self-inflicted injuries in spite of looking pretty perky when they cuffed him. Reply With Quote
fjlip's Avatar Sep 7, 2022 | 19:08 65 Definitely NO LONGER a threat to anyone...nor will society pay for 50 years of jail, trial costs...

nothing on news about the Mustang thieves, anyone hear? Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2022 | 19:21 66
Quote Originally Posted by dalek View Post
Weird bunch of stories now claiming he died of self-inflicted injuries in spite of looking pretty perky when they cuffed him.
https://regina.ctvnews.ca/subject-of...ries-1.6058299

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"Subject of Sask. manhunt dead from self-inflicted injuries
The prime suspect in a mass stabbing incident in Saskatchewan has died from self-inflicted injuries, according to an Associated Press source.
Myles Sanderson was taken into custody by RCMP Wednesday afternoon. He was subsequently transported by ambulance, according to an officer on scene.
RCMP is expected to provide an update at 7:30 CST. CTV News will steam the news conference live. It can be viewed using the player above.
Sanderson was located near Rosthern, Sask., around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to an update on a civil emergency alert that has been in effect in the province since Sunday morning. Rosthern is located 65 kilometres northeast of Saskatoon, the province's largest city.
An ambulance from Rosthern, along with a handful of police officers, was seen at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon just before 7 p.m. Wednesday.
He was located following a warning issued Wednesday afternoon saying a person reportedly armed with a knife was spotted in Wakaw, Saskatchewan. RCMP believed the sighting was related to the fatal stabbings on James Smith Cree Nation.
The person was believed to be traveling in a stolen white 2008 Chevrolet Avalanche." Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2022 | 22:52 67
Quote Originally Posted by dalek View Post
Weird bunch of stories now claiming he died of self-inflicted injuries in spite of looking pretty perky when they cuffed him.
Did d not look too wounded when they cuffed him ..
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Sep 7, 2022 | 23:16 68
Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
Did d not look too wounded when they cuffed him ..
Stole is last vehicle near the junction of 41 and 20 highways, 10 miles from home, how ever he died he saved the tax payers millions of dollars of trying to rehabilitate him so he could be released again and again.
Good riddance. Reply With Quote
Sep 8, 2022 | 06:13 69
Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
Did d not look too wounded when they cuffed him ..
Intentionally OD’d. Likely swallowed the rest of his stash as they were closing in on the vehicle. Takes a bit to take effect. I assume they rushed him to hospital to attempt to pump his stomach. To bad he didn’t fk up his suicide attempt like he did everything else in his life Reply With Quote
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  • jazz's Avatar Sep 8, 2022 | 06:40 70 Now the RCMP can get back to what they are good at, going after the public.

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    Sep 10, 2022 | 08:26 71 So the stolen black Nisan Rouge was found 23 miles away from where it was stolen from, let’s scare the crap out of everyone and say the Nisan is in Regina, or did the cops actually let the Nisan go from northern Saskatchewan to southern Saskatchewan and back? Reply With Quote