Before Parliament Hill attack, RCMP got 3 warnings, reduced patrols

Editor’s Note: No doubt a false flag/’let it happen’ event designed to drum up support for the utterly bogus ‘war on ISIS.’


CBC News

Documents show Mounties reduced patrols prior to shootings, despite 3 separate warnings

Mounties received at least three warnings of potential terrorist attacks on uniformed officers before last year’s shootings on Parliament Hill, yet the RCMP wound down extra patrols around the parliamentary precinct just days before the tragedy, newly disclosed documents show.

The RCMP unit that patrols Parliament Hill, which shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, 32, successfully stormed, was understaffed by at least 29 positions at the time of the attack.

An inside glimpse of the RCMP’s security posture on Oct. 22 is contained in a 1,000-page dossier obtained by CBC News under the Access to Information Act, following an 11-month delay in its release.

The file reveals an Oct. 18, 2014, “security reminder” from the force’s Criminal Intelligence Integrated Unit, widely distributed the weekend before the shootings.


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