On the police videotape Calgary detective Trish Allen stops Nick Rasberry in his tracks, and tells the 30-year-old engineer, “I think you’re leaving out what started it... your story doesn’t make sense.”
“It” was the gruesome May 2013 stabbing death of Glace Bay’s Craig Kelloway, 31, a much loved Calgary junior high teacher.
In the end it was painful to watch. Very painful. A late middle-age man committing desperate acts for desperate reasons. Desperate selfish reasons.
Nothing screams consummate capitalism quite like the compulsion to sell out for a quick advertising buck.
No enterprise sells out any quicker, or with as much vulgarity as the sports league model. On all levels.
Lena Diab turns my stomach. Or should I say Lena Metlege Diab turns my stomach.
For those of you keeping score at home, Lena Metlege Diab is Lebanese Royalty. Yes, Virginia there is such a thing as Lebanese Royalty. I guess.
She’s part of that Halifax Metlege landlording thingy which has been going on in metro Halifax for far too many years.
So, a guy drags himself up from moderate wealth to mega wealth, strikes out on his own, tries to get out of the shadow of the old man, bags a few blondes along the way, then decides he wants to run for public office — and all the mainstream media can do is try to bury the guy.
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