1. Weโ€™re sorry to hear about what happened in Saskatchewan.

    Praying for the healing of the families, friends of the victims.

    May they rest in peace.!

  2. from the reports so far the murderers were door knocking and attacking anyone who opened their door.
    prediction: most doors on homes open inward. 1 guy knocks and stands there ready to ‘go’, when the door opens a bit the other person slams it open, likely stunning or pushing the victim on the inside back… then the stabbing happens.

    1. That’s why I NEVER just open my door. I look thru the window to see if its someone I know. If not, I ask ( without opening ) what they want. If I have any doubts whatsoever, I retreat and get my gun. You may think I’m over cautious, but this would have saved these victims. You can’t just assume everyone is harmless anymore.. BE PREPARED….

  3. Feeling sorry will not fixed anything ” time to start dealing with this criminals the hard way ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‘

    1. @Joe time to bring it back ๐Ÿ‘ better late than never ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ™

  4. This is just sick. What the hell is wrong with them? To my Saskatchewan neighbors i truly hope you guys get through this

  5. Like most in the recent past, the suspects will most likely commit suicide when the authorities catch up with them so they wonโ€™t have to suffer the consequences.

    1. All they care about is their next drink. That firewater distorts the braincells when it comes to rational thinking.๐Ÿ˜

    2. And what consequences? Being thrown in prison with free food and housing? They’re better off as worm food to 100% never reoffend again

    3. Unless they are from a special interest voting demographic – then they get $10.5 million and a mall in Edmonton.

  6. RCMP lied when asked if they were aware of the suspects before the murder spree. The RCMP was well aware of these individuals (prior criminal past).

    1. I was thinking those photographs the RCMP posted were probably not from their graduating class photos in the yearbook.

  7. not even 1 brain cell shared between those 2. Absolutely sickening. Why can’t we just love everyone I’m Canadian in Ontario and I feel so sorry for the families. My deepest condolences

    1. i work out there every month for a day or so, been on the phone / texting folks there all morning. it’s been devastating.

  8. They’ll catch them, give each a 10 year sentence, after 7 years they’ll be released one day a month , after 10 years they’ll be fully released and nobody will know who they are. It’s pathetic.

  9. Heartbreaking ๐Ÿ’” for the familyโ€™s who have lost someone and to the ones who injured?? ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š

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