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Sunday, October 23, 2016

E. Smitty Ft. Observer A & Chino XL - Smooth Ass Women

Only E. Smitty & Chino XL can put together a record for the ladies while still staying true to the essence of Hip Hop.  Featuring 19 year old Pittsburgh Newcomer "Observer A" "Smooth Ass Women" is the exquisite perspective of the lovely ladies, tempting and mysterious from the minds of Hip Hop's notables.  Chino XL paints the picture of a mischievous woman, while Observer A speaks on his weakness for sexy ladies.  With the combination of a smooth, melodic hip hop production beautifully rendered by Atlanta Beatsmith "E. Smitty" this record is sure to catch the eyes & ears of many.  "Smooth Ass Women" will be featured on E. Smitty's highly anticipated double album "Hip Hop Time Capsule" - Bridging the Gap between the youth and the elders..... 

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Friday, October 14, 2016

The 'largest-value' cocaine bust in Toronto history

A 32-year-old man is facing charges in connection with what police are calling the “largest-value” cocaine bust in the history of the Toronto Police Service.
On Wednesday, officers seized 73 kilograms of powdered cocaine, 12 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine and eight kilograms of MDMA following the execution of search warrants on a residence in the McCowan Road and Ellesmere Road area and on a vehicle that was stopped near Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue.
The drugs that were seized had a street value of $8.98 million, according to police.
Watts said that the investigation into the suspect began six weeks ago and culminated with the raids on Wednesday.
Toronto Police note that there have been larger drug seizures involving the Canadian Border Service Agency, he said this investigation is unique because it was entirely Toronto-based.
“The key is that this was a Toronto-based investigation, a Toronto-based individual and this was product that was seized in the City of Toronto,” he said. “This (the drugs) wasn’t just passing through and destined for the east coast or the west coast, so we are talking about a substantive, substantive impact.”
Watts said that about 56 kilograms of the powdered cocaine was located inside the suspect’s residence while another 17 kilograms were found in his vehicle.
Those drugs, Watts said, were concealed in a custom built “trap” that was hidden behind the passenger seat, traps such as the one found in the truck cost upwards of $5,000 to install and are usually only accessible by pressing a series of buttons on the dash.
Nicholas Shouldice, of Toronto, has been charged with two counts of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and one count of possession of MDMA for the purpose of trafficking and one count of possession of crystal methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking.
Police have said that Shouldice does not have a criminal record.
He was released on $100,000 bail Thursday afternoon into the custody of his parents and sister. The conditions of his bail include that he must be under house arrest when he is not with his parents or sister, that he must not possess any weapons, that he not have more than one cellphone, and that he may not possess any drugs other than those prescribed to him.
He is expected to appear in court on Nov. 17.

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Toronto Police Need Your Help To Find This Suspect of Sexual Assault of 12-year-old on TTC bus

A clearer image of a suspect in the sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl on a TTC bus earlier this month has been released.
Police previously said that the victim boarded the 168 Symington bus at Dundas West Station on the morning of Oct. 3 and was followed onto the vehicle by the suspect, who proceeded to sit next to her.
The suspect then allegedly sexually assaulted the girl, police said.
On Oct. 5 police released grainy surveillance images of the suspect.
Police, however, have now released a clearer image that they say was discreetly taken by a passenger, who observed the man deliberately moving to sit beside a teenaged girl on the Line 2 subway on Sept. 26.
The passenger sent the image to police after recognizing the man from the surveillance camera images that were distributed on Oct. 5.
The suspect is described as having his right arm in a black sling and was last seen wearing a distinctive black baseball cap with a “15” emblem in the center front of the hat in red numbers and a white border trim as well as an unknown white emblem at the back of the hat.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at (416) 808-1100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at (416) 222-TIPS (8477).

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Thursday, October 06, 2016

The settlement of old wounds or just a little hush money by the RCMP in Canada

RCMP to settle harassment suits in bid to heal old wounds
OTTAWA - The RCMP will announce the settlement of major harassment claims today that could see hundreds of current and former female Mounties compensated tens of millions of dollars.
The national police force has agreed to settlement terms in prospective class-action lawsuits brought forward by former RCMP members Janet Merlo and Linda Davidson, said a senior official with knowledge of the cases.
Under the settlements, women would receive financial compensation "based on a scale" of the severity of harm they suffered, the source said.
The official spoke to The Canadian Press on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to discuss the details publicly.
Though neither of the two class actions has been certified, the settlement agreements will be submitted to the courts, paving the way for approval.
There will be a deadline for signing on to the actions, which means it is too early to tell how many members might be compensated or the total payout.
Canadian Press
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