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Saturday, 14 March 2009

One man has been shot and critically injured, and his bloody clothing still lay in the driveway

One man has been shot and critically injured, and his bloody clothing still lay in the driveway now, neighbours say. Police have confirmed he was taken to Royal Columbian Hospital for treatment.The investigation continues on the scene in Surrey
The area around the shooting is known to locals as being a hot-bed of drug-related activity, and there have been several shootings in the vicinity in the last few weeks, that are leaving locals like myself- on edge.And if I read things right, things are about to get worse for those of us living in what we call ” the war zone”, because while Mayor Dianne Watts was being given a standing ovation for her economic stimulus plan for the city of Surrey, Delta Police announced plans of their own.The Surrey Leader is reporting that Delta police are undertaking a radical and ” in your face” campaign to rid the city of gangsters.” Officers are visiting the homes of residents with gang connections, checking those on parole to make sure they are meeting their release conditions and otherwise making sure they know police are watching them.“We want to make it uncomfortable for these guys”, Sidhu said.“We want to keep the pressure on, to say ‘you guys are not welcome here’.”
The goal is to get them to move somewhere else.Sidhu called it a “displacement strategy” that all Lower Mainland police should adopt.“If we each take care of our own house, these guys are not going to have places to go.”



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