Homicide count shows 17, it is actually 18. As a young fellow died from his injuries after a brutal assault. He was walking home in the North End and was attacked for his case of beer. The reprobate animals in the North End don’t just take the beer, they stomp on the victim to let out their pent up insanity.
The cops should do a sting in that area. Have a guy walk by himself late at night with a case of beer and let the rabid wolves attack, then arrest the slime and let them get more pent up in the slammer.
I have mentioned the infamous St. Regis hotel before. It is a downtown hotel that caters to predominantly Aboriginal people who get drunk and ultimately get weird and violent. Okay not all of them, but a lot of them. Below is a story that typifies the goings on at the crazy St. Regis.
A Winnipeg man was beaten to death after he was caught sexually assaulting one of his attackers in a downtown hotel room, a court heard Friday.
Sixty-year-old Edward Denetchezhe was found dead in the bathroom of his St. Regis Hotel suite, Oct. 5, 2009.
Oliver McCallum, 31, and Paul Cawson, 33, pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
Court heard the two accused had been drinking with Denetchezhe when McCallum left to use the washroom and returned to find Denetchezhe performing oral sex on Cawson, who had passed out.
McCallum, who had suffered sexual abuse as a child, “became enraged” and proceeded to kick and stomp Denetchezhe in the head and chest, said Crown attorney Scott Cooper.
Cawson woke up, was told what happened, and punched Denetchezhe in the head, Cooper said.
Crown and defence lawyers are jointly recommending McCallum and Cawson be sentenced to 13 years and eight years in prison respectively.
Justice Brenda Keyser will sentence the men in October.