Nice grammar..... I'm thinking the Fords wrote this and publicized it because they haven't been in the centre of the spotlight for a week or two.
Hmmm.... how can we get people talking about us again?
Let's make up a bomb threat and rather than handing the evidence to the police & not "publicizing the whacko", let's print it out and show it to the media like idiots because we're attention seeking wh0res.
Toronto Police urged the public not to panic after Mayor Rob Ford announced that City Hall had been the subject of a bomb threat.
So rather than letting the police handle it, Rob decides to tell the public about it and then the police have to try and control the panic and calm people down from his stunt.
“It mentioned my name, that if I don’t resign immediately that the place is going to get blown up,” Mayor Ford told reporters. “This is very, very serious. I don’t want people to panic, but we’re aware of this and police are working on this as fast as possible to find out who sent it.”
I don't want people to panic..... so rather than letting the police sort things out and determine that there is no risk to the public and there's no bombs, I'm going to tell you all about it and make you panic anyways.
The mayor announced details directly to reporters – including reading out the e-mailed threat on live television – without police present, and without any indication of the seriousness of the threat.
^ You're a fk'n idiot Rob..... the Crack must have really screwed your brain up.
Still, security experts questioned whether the mayor made the right decision.
Larry Busch, a former RCMP officer in charge of VIP security, said police would typically advise against publicizing a threat to avoid inciting panic.
“Now you’ve not only got the people in the building concerned, you’ve got family, friends and relatives calling in … and people are whipped into a situation of panic that you don’t need,” he said.
David Hyde, a security consultant and former director of security for Cadillac Fairview, added that reading out the e-mailed threat itself – as the mayor did – is “highly unusual.”
“I think it emboldens copycats,” he said. “It may cause panic, worry and concern with people in City Hall – be it family, public or staff members – and also may undermine the police investigation.”
Seriously, this guy is a fk'n Mayor?
A friggin Dollarama store manager knows better than this.
Last edited by Praxius; Aug 12th, 2014 at 01:16 AM..