Gerald Stanley Not Guilty


Twin_Moose
+2
#601
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

The "Friends of Stanley" are free to make their own version.


How come nobody has ever questioned how much theft actually happens in that area? 2 of the persons in the car admitted to trying to steal from 2 yards before Stanley's and admitted to looking for keys in 1 truck and starting an ATV before the Stanley's reacted. One of the girls admitted to assaulting Mrs. Stanley before running back to the vehicle that Bouchie was trying to escape in while the other 2 guys were running on foot to get away. Those facts were only covered in passing by local news, the rest of the national news stayed with narrative of innocent teens looking for help with a flat tire.

Trespassing and theft have been coming to a head for many years it was only a matter of time before an unfortunate incident would touch off a firestorm. But trying to maintain the pure innocence being eaten up by the media is wrong, he was a gangbanging thug that his buddies got him killed by a man trying to protect his family and property.
 
taxslave
+2
#602
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

How come nobody has ever questioned how much theft actually happens in that area? 2 of the persons in the car admitted to trying to steal from 2 yards before Stanley's and admitted to looking for keys in 1 truck and starting an ATV before the Stanley's reacted. One of the girls admitted to assaulting Mrs. Stanley before running back to the vehicle that Bouchie was trying to escape in while the other 2 guys were running on foot to get away. Those facts were only covered in passing by local news, the rest of the national news stayed with narrative of innocent teens looking for help with a flat tire.
Trespassing and theft have been coming to a head for many years it was only a matter of time before an unfortunate incident would touch off a firestorm. But trying to maintain the pure innocence being eaten up by the media is wrong, he was a gangbanging thug that his buddies got him killed by a man trying to protect his family and property.

Surely it will be in the movie.
 
Twin_Moose
+1
#603
undoubtedly /sarcasm
 
JLM
-1
#604
Quote: Originally Posted by Cannuck View Post

That's priceless, coming from a Trumpite


Taxslave has it right, Bobble head.
 
JLM
+1 / -1
#605
Quote: Originally Posted by Cannuck View Post

That's priceless, coming from a Trumpite


Does anyone notice the irony of someone who is FAR below Trump in intelligence, incessantly trying to insult others who are far more intelligent than him by comparing them to Trump. Reading this guy is much better than any comic strip. Carry on Bobble head!
 
DaSleeper
+2
#606
Does anyone have any valid or irrefutable reason to believe that he wouldn't have reacted the same way if it had been white hooligans acting up in that fashion or are the SJW's in the forum just trying to outdo each other apologizing for being white..
 
Twin_Moose
+4
#607
Even by their own account because they operated a vehicle repair shop on their farm they assumed it was one of their clients coming in to get something out of their own truck, only reacted when they heard the ATV start and heard his wife start to yell from the garden. Did colour come into play at that point not a chance, only after seeing his wife being accosted by the garden and yelling at the perps to get lost did he send his son for the gun. I still don't believe colour was in question at that point, only after social media started spewing thieving Indians did racism become a factor IMO.
 
spaminator
#608
Film on Colten Boushie case wins $10,000 prize at Hot Docs festival
Canadian Press
Published:
May 4, 2019
Updated:
May 4, 2019 3:44 PM EDT
TORONTO — A film about the killing of a young Indigenous man in Saskatchewan has won a top prize at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.
Tasha Hubbard’s “nipawistamasowin: We Will Stand Up” has won the best Canadian feature documentary award, which comes with a $10,000 cash prize.
The film, which opened the festival, is about the case of Colten Boushie.
The 22-year-old member of the Red Pheasant First Nation was shot to death after the vehicle he was in drove onto a farm property near Biggar, Sask., in 2016.
Last year, a jury acquitted farmer Gerald Stanley of second-degree murder after he testified his gun went off accidentally as he was trying to scare off young people on his property.
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The Hot Docs jury said the film “has created a lasting document that brings together past and future to illuminate oppression and resilience.”
Other Hot Docs award winners announced Friday night include Matt Gallagher’s “Prey,” which won a $5,000 special jury prize for its look at a sexual abuse survivor who takes on the Catholic church in an Ontario court.
The emerging Canadian filmmaker award, which comes with a $3,000 cash prize, went to Emily Gan for “Cavebirds.”
Pailin Wedel’s “Hope Frozen” won the $10,000 best international feature documentary award.
The $50,000 Rogers Audience Award for best Canadian documentary will be announced as the festival wraps on Sunday.
http://torontosun.com/entertainment/...-docs-festival
 
spaminator
#609
Doc shines light on Colten Boushie case
Danton Unger
Published:
July 7, 2019
Updated:
July 7, 2019 6:57 PM EDT
A scene from Tasha Hubbard's documentary, nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, which focuses on the issues of systemic racism brought to the forefront with the death of Colten Boushie in 2016. Supplied photo
A Canadian film exploring the case of Colten Boushie is showing in Winnipeg, attracting many people curious to learn more about the controversial death of Indigenous man.
The award winning film nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up opened at the Winnipeg Cinematheque on Wednesday and has been attracting large audiences since. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, the full-length feature delves into Boushie’s case and what it means for the future of Indigenous people in Canada.
“I’m hoping to see, maybe not a real perspective, but a different perspective from what we saw in the media,” said Jan Gilchrist, as she waited in line to see the film Sunday afternoon. “I’m not 100% sure we got the whole story.”
The 22-year-old died on Aug. 9, 2016 when he was fatally shot in the head by a Saskatchewan farmer after trespassing on the man’s property. The farmer, Gerald Stanley was put on trial for second-degree murder and manslaughter, but was acquitted.
The outcome of the case caused outrage and protests across the country, causing many people to question the justice that was served and the racism in Canada’s justice system.
“I do believe there is a lot of discrimination, and I think it’s about time we educate ourselves.” said Gilchrist, adding she followed the case in the media as the trial unfolded. “It’s about truth and reconciliation. To me, today is about truth.”
Since it opened earlier this year, the film has won two awards including the Best Canadian Feature, Colin Low Award for Canadian Documentary, and was nominated one of the top five Canadian films.
On Sunday night, the film’s producer Jon Montes introduced the film and gave a short discussion on it. The film is playing in Winnipeg until Wednesday. More information about the film can be found on the nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up Facebook page.
http://torontosun.com/news/local-new...n-boushie-case
 
justlooking
+1
#610
Whitey bad.


It's always the same, whitey bad.




Pay more money, cuz whitey bad.
 

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