Well, folks, it’s a real-life drama unfolding north of the border! Our good ol’ buddy Justin Trudeau seems to be in a tight spot these days. You know what they say, when the going gets tough, the tough look for friends. And where does Mr. Trudeau turn? Yep, you guessed it, his pals in the media! On one hand, his own media buddies are raising their eyebrows at his allegations. But fear not, because the Washington Post swooped in to save the day! Or so it seemed.
You see, the Washington Post decided to give Trudeau a helping hand, but it’s more like a helping hand grenade. In their deep dive investigation, they accidentally spilled the beans. Turns out, Hardeep, the person at the center of all this drama, might not have been the target of a well-thought-out assassination plot after all. Nope, it seems like he got caught up in a good old gangwar.
With friends like the Washington Post, who needs enemies, right? So, buckle up, folks, because we’ve got a wild ride ahead. Trudeau’s quest for support has taken an unexpected turn, and it’s safe to say he’s in for a bumpy ride with the media circus in town.
Hardeep was the victim of a gangwar?
Well, hold onto your hats, folks, because we’ve got quite the plot twist in the world of media and international affairs! You see, The Washington Post has a bit of a reputation when it comes to its “libertarian” stance on global matters. And let’s just say, they haven’t exactly been singing Kumbaya with India in their coverage.
But here’s where the story takes a wild turn. The very same Washington Post, the one with a not-so-friendly equation with India, ended up being the star of a meme we never saw coming: “We didn’t expect special forces!”
According to their report, they spilled the beans on a rather unexpected scenario. It seems a Khalistani terrorist by the name of Nijjar met his unfortunate end in Canada. The plot thickens as the report describes how two guys, dressed up as Sikhs and wearing the classic face coverings, let loose nearly 50 rounds of bullets on him in a parking space. And get this, there were four more shady characters waiting in a car that blocked Nijjar’s truck. Assassin theory, debunked!
Now, here’s where it gets even juicier. The report dives into the nitty-gritty of the whole affair, including a security camera recording from a Gurudwara. And guess what? It seems like this style of hit job is eerily similar to the kind of violence we’ve seen in both Punjab and Canada, even claiming the life of pro-Khalistani singer Sidhu Moosewala in 2022. They’ve even shared this video with the investigators.
Oh, and there’s more! Community members are chirping about investigators spilling the beans on the assailants, saying they let loose about 50 bullets, with a staggering 34 of them finding their mark on Nijjar. And guess what? These two sharpshooters were Sikhs themselves.
Now, if this ain’t a plot twist, we don’t know what is. Because here’s the kicker: all these details are like a sledgehammer to the Canadian allegations against India. I mean, seriously, no country in their right mind would go on such a sloppy, high-profile mission to take down a wanted terrorist on foreign soil. It’s like trying to rob a bank in broad daylight with your name and address on your forehead!
And let’s not forget, this is The Washington Post we’re talking about. They’re not exactly known for being pro India. So, folks, the mystery deepens, and it’s looking more and more like a good ol’ gang rivalry than some grand international conspiracy, as claimed by Papa Doc, sorry Uncle Trudeau!
NO investigation before September?
Did you have any idea that until September rolled in, Trudeau and his team hadn’t lifted a finger to start any real investigations? Yep, you heard it right. It’s like they were on an extended coffee break. But here’s the kicker: according to The Washington Post, even the police showed up fashionably late to the party. I mean, come on! It took them hours just to figure out which department should handle the case. It’s like watching a bunch of Keystone Cops stumbling over each other. Heck, even the ISI or the Chinese wouldn’t fumble that badly! But wait, there’s more. The Washington Post report drops another bombshell, quoting members of the local Sikh community who claim that Canadian authorities have been as tight-lipped as a vault about their so-called investigation.
They say the police took their sweet time getting to the scene, and inter-agency squabbles only made matters worse. Business owners and folks living near the Gurudwara are saying that investigators haven’t bothered to swing by and ask a single question or request security footage. Talk about dropping the ball!
Now, let’s talk about Charanjeet Singh, the Gurudwara caretaker. He stuck around with Nijjar’s lifeless body and spotted some unfamiliar faces recording videos of the crime scene. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s (RCMP) Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) allegedly took between 12 to 20 minutes to show up after the gunshots. Shocking, right? Especially when the neighborhood is supposedly swarming with police. The first report of the shooting came in at 8:27 pm, but it seems like the police were in no rush.
BIG ⚡️ K-terrorist Nijjar was killed in canada by 2 sikh-getup men with face covered and fired closed to 50 bullets at him at parking space. Atleast 4 more were waiting in the car which blocked Nijjar's pickup truck, ruling out assasin theory – WaPo
Here’s the real kicker: even the CCTV cameras near the crime scene were left untouched by the police. It’s like they forgot that evidence could be staring them right in the face! Now, get ready for the cherry on top of this puzzling cake. After suspending an Indian diplomat, Canadian police are suddenly interested in the CCTV footage from neighbors. But here’s the catch: Hardeep was killed back in June, and they’re asking for CCTV footage now? Even a rookie detective would’ve known to secure that evidence ages ago if Trudeau’s allegations had any weight to them.
I’m no detective, but if this was a carefully planned assassination, it should’ve been quick and clean, not the messy saga that unfolded on that fateful day in June. Even The Washington Post, no friend of India, seems to be smelling something fishy. How long is Trudeau going to stick to his guns when even his supposed allies are questioning the tale he’s spinning? The plot thickens, folks, and this mystery is far from over! Sources:
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