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#1 McKay


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Posted 05 June 2014 - 01:46

There is a shooting taking place in Moncton, Canada.


Seriously? Canada?






Shooter identified as "Justin Bourque"




Story still developing at time of writing. 


People on 4Chan are claiming to be from that area and posting photos, so no idea if these are genuine or not.


Blurry video of shots fired taken on someones Facebook - https://www.facebook...152499750831419






#2 DocM


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Posted 05 June 2014 - 02:56

'merica! Oops....

#3 Shiranui



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Posted 05 June 2014 - 03:13

That's a LOT of blood.

#4 trek


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Posted 05 June 2014 - 03:18

3 RCMP officers confirmed dead, 2 others injured. Shooter still on the loose.

#5 DocM


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Posted 05 June 2014 - 03:25

That's a LOT of blood.

Actually no, it isn't. Seen much much worse, won't go into the gory details. Not all gunshot wounds bleed a lot externally.

#6 Nick H.

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Posted 05 June 2014 - 11:41

Again guys, use the Big Gun Control Debate to argue about gun control.

#7 Roger H.

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Posted 05 June 2014 - 13:09

Again guys, use the Big Gun Control Debate to argue about gun control.


Quoted so it's not missed again.



#8 +Vykranth


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Posted 06 June 2014 - 06:46

He was caught.


Justin Bourque, the suspected shooter behind the deaths of three RCMP officers, has been arrested.


Mounties confirmed early Friday the 24-year-old Moncton man was captured at 12:10 a.m. local time. A lockdown order for area residents has also been lifted.

Bourque's arrest concludes a massive manhunt conducted after three Mounties were shot and killed in Moncton Wednesday.

Two other officers sustained non-life threatening injuries – one has since been discharged from hospital. The identities of the dead and surviving Mounties have not been released.


Moncton resident Michelle Thibodeau was at her Hildegard home with her family when Bourque was arrested in her backyard, she told CTV News.

She noticed a SWAT team driving by when all of a sudden they headed toward the back of the house, screaming, "Come out with your hands up!"

Bourque then emerged with his hands up and said, "I'm done."


Police kept a gun pointed at the suspect as they arrested him. They also searched Thibodeau's yard for other firearms, she said.

"We were all shaking, it was a very scary moment."

Thibodeau said the RCMP were unwavering throughout the manhunt, adding, "I think we will honour them forever in this community, we always have and we always will."


New Brunswick Premier David Alward issued a statement after news of Bourque's arrest, praising the RCMP for their dedication and strength – and extended condolences to grieving families.




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#9 Aheer.R.S.


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Posted 06 June 2014 - 06:50

He was caught.




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Well that's good news (in it's own right) my condolences to the families of the dead police officers

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Posted 06 June 2014 - 13:50

Glad this is over, I don't wish anyone to experience their town under siege. The RCMP demonstrated a lot of professionalism in dealing with the issue, although he gave himself in to them, they did indeed keep the situation as safe as could be.