Emotionally Present / RCMP Investigations

Yes. I Am Angry.

If you have to ask, you’re damn right I’m angry. What was your first clue?

But if you can’t tell the difference between an injustice and a personal attack, you best stay out of the battle. This isn’t a cat fight. The grieving families of 49 missing and murdered women should have been your first clue that we graduated from high school a long time ago.

If you’re having a hard time distinguishing between a criminal investigation and a fabricated witch hunt, put your picnic knife down before you get yourself hurt. This isn’t a temper tantrum. The barely hushed rumours of connections to organized crime and a convicted serial murderer should tell you that this isn’t child’s play.

And if you can’t tell who is motivated by vengeance, relative to who is motivated by a demand for justice, perhaps you should just stop talking for a change and start listening more closely. You’ll have a hard time hearing the words “police cover-up” if you keep babbling.

This has always been bigger than just one person. The people who parade their egos around are being taken down a few notches — I’ll leave it to your fruitful imagination to figure out who’s going to be slapping the cuffs on them.

One thought on “Yes. I Am Angry.

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