In the world’s mighty gallery of pictures
Hang the scenes that are painted from life
There’s pictures of love and of passion
Then there’s pictures of peace and of strife,
There hang pictures of youth and of beauty
Of old age and the blushing young bride
They all hang on the wall but the saddest of all
Far be it for Frank Magazine to read too much into an 18-month-old social media post, but sometimes you really have to wonder.
On July 10, 2015, the photographs and text you see here appeared on a Facebook account belonging to Andrew Francis Frank, 59, of 157 Bosdets Point Road in West Arichat.
The text reads:
“This is ‘Wayne Mury’
People in Port Hawkesbury I’m speaking to are wondering if their local RCMP detachment is aware of who they’re supposed to be serving and protecting.
The optics of arresting a former RCMP officer outside his house after a two-hour, armed standoff and returning him home that very night are simply too much for some.
“There’s no story here,” the man on the other end of the line is saying to me.
“I had a bad day.”
Residents of Port Hawkesbury’s Tamarac subdivision would certainly agree with the latter statement. Not so much with the former.
The snow is clearing, the ice is thawing, and the once-proud operator of the Crown Jewel Resort is getting ready for his time to shine. In court, that is.
Israeli-born Nahman Korem of Sydney appeared in court on February 10 as part of the ongoing case against him that stems from his 2010 split with ex-wife Iris Kedmi.
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