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RCMP Murder Exposed Again: The Lonnie Landrud Interview

It’s going on sixteen years since Lonnie Landrud stumbled upon a murder scene while taking a short cut through a local park on his way to a 7/11 to buy some cigarettes back in the fall of 1999. Sixteen years of living hell where he’s had the RCMP attempt on numerous occasions to murder him. Sixteen years of desperation while reaching out again and again to every and any government and media organization in order to get the one thing that he’s always tried to do – have an independent investigation into the crime that he witnessed that night. The fact that Mr. Landrud shot Cst. Paul Collister, the RCMP officer who he had witnessed cutting the throat of Deena Lyn Braem, when this same officer attempted to break into the trailer where Landrud was staying after he had reported the murder to the proper authorities by calling in to 911, and still no one would take responsibility for investigating the murder or the subsequent shooting incident, literally boggles the mind and calls into question the very foundation of our justice system and whatever contingencies that might exist to address such an horrendous miscarriage of justice. It has taken an immense amount of resilience on the part of Lonnie Gabriel Landrud to have withstood the ongoing attacks on his life and still persevered with writing letters to government officials and politicians pleading for someone to take the heavy load off his mind that so many years of silence and bureaucratic runaround have left him to bear. This interview with Lonnie Landrud by Frank Frost will give viewers a more in-depth sense of what it’s like to have to live with the realization that Canada’s “peace officers” are hiding from the public a crime of infamous proportions; one that, when it is finally exposed, will undoubtedly blow the lid off the whole of the justice system and change forever the false belief that Canadians still have that their “Royal” police force is working for the people and is a responsible and integral part of Canada’s democratic system. I would ask that viewers do their best to pass this video on to as many people as possible. Sincerely, Arthur Topham Pub/Ed The Radical Press Canada’s Radical News Network “Digging to the root of the issues since 1998”
It’s going on sixteen years since Lonnie Landrud stumbled upon a murder scene while taking a short cut through a local park on his way to a 7/11 to buy some cigarettes back in the fall of 1999. Sixteen years of living hell where he’s had the RCMP attempt on numerous occasions to murder him. Sixteen years of desperation while reaching out again and again to every and any government and media organization in order to get the one thing that he’s always tried to do – have an independent investigation into the crime that he witnessed that night. The fact that Mr. Landrud shot Cst. Paul Collister, the RCMP officer who he had witnessed cutting the throat of Deena Lyn Braem, when this same officer attempted to break into the trailer where Landrud was staying after he had reported the murder to the proper authorities by calling in to 911, and still no one would take responsibility for investigating the murder or the subsequent shooting incident, literally boggles the mind and calls into question the very foundation of our justice system and whatever contingencies that might exist to address such an horrendous miscarriage of justice. It has taken an immense amount of resilience on the part of Lonnie Gabriel Landrud to have withstood the ongoing attacks on his life and still persevered with writing letters to government officials and politicians pleading for someone to take the heavy load off his mind that so many years of silence and bureaucratic runaround have left him to bear. This interview with Lonnie Landrud by Frank Frost will give viewers a more in-depth sense of what it’s like to have to live with the realization that Canada’s “peace officers” are hiding from the public a crime of infamous proportions; one that, when it is finally exposed, will undoubtedly blow the lid off the whole of the justice system and change forever the false belief that Canadians still have that their “Royal” police force is working for the people and is a responsible and integral part of Canada’s democratic system. I would ask that viewers do their best to pass this video on to as many people as possible. Sincerely, Arthur Topham Pub/Ed The Radical Press Canada’s Radical News Network “Digging to the root of the issues since 1998”
It’s going on sixteen years since Lonnie Landrud stumbled upon a murder scene while taking a short cut through a local park on his way to a 7/11 to buy some cigarettes back in the fall of 1999. Sixteen years of living hell where he’s had the RCMP attempt on numerous occasions to murder him. Sixteen years of desperation while reaching out again and again to every and any government and media organization in order to get the one thing that he’s always tried to do – have an independent investigation into the crime that he witnessed that night. The fact that Mr. Landrud shot Cst. Paul Collister, the RCMP officer who he had witnessed cutting the throat of Deena Lyn Braem, when this same officer attempted to break into the trailer where Landrud was staying after he had reported the murder to the proper authorities by calling in to 911, and still no one would take responsibility for investigating the murder or the subsequent shooting incident, literally boggles the mind and calls into question the very foundation of our justice system and whatever contingencies that might exist to address such an horrendous miscarriage of justice. It has taken an immense amount of resilience on the part of Lonnie Gabriel Landrud to have withstood the ongoing attacks on his life and still persevered with writing letters to government officials and politicians pleading for someone to take the heavy load off his mind that so many years of silence and bureaucratic runaround have left him to bear. This interview with Lonnie Landrud by Frank Frost will give viewers a more in-depth sense of what it’s like to have to live with the realization that Canada’s “peace officers” are hiding from the public a crime of infamous proportions; one that, when it is finally exposed, will undoubtedly blow the lid off the whole of the justice system and change forever the false belief that Canadians still have that their “Royal” police force is working for the people and is a responsible and integral part of Canada’s democratic system. I would ask that viewers do their best to pass this video on to as many people as possible. Sincerely, Arthur Topham Pub/Ed The Radical Press Canada’s Radical News Network “Digging to the root of the issues since 1998”
It’s going on sixteen years since Lonnie Landrud stumbled upon a murder scene while taking a short cut through a local park on his way to a 7/11 to buy some cigarettes back in the fall of 1999. Sixteen years of living hell where he’s had the RCMP attempt on numerous occasions to murder him. Sixteen years of desperation while reaching out again and again to every and any government and media organization in order to get the one thing that he’s always tried to do – have an independent investigation into the crime that he witnessed that night. The fact that Mr. Landrud shot Cst. Paul Collister, the RCMP officer who he had witnessed cutting the throat of Deena Lyn Braem, when this same officer attempted to break into the trailer where Landrud was staying after he had reported the murder to the proper authorities by calling in to 911, and still no one would take responsibility for investigating the murder or the subsequent shooting incident, literally boggles the mind and calls into question the very foundation of our justice system and whatever contingencies that might exist to address such an horrendous miscarriage of justice. It has taken an immense amount of resilience on the part of Lonnie Gabriel Landrud to have withstood the ongoing attacks on his life and still persevered with writing letters to government officials and politicians pleading for someone to take the heavy load off his mind that so many years of silence and bureaucratic runaround have left him to bear. This interview with Lonnie Landrud by Frank Frost will give viewers a more in-depth sense of what it’s like to have to live with the realization that Canada’s “peace officers” are hiding from the public a crime of infamous proportions; one that, when it is finally exposed, will undoubtedly blow the lid off the whole of the justice system and change forever the false belief that Canadians still have that their “Royal” police force is working for the people and is a responsible and integral part of Canada’s democratic system. I would ask that viewers do their best to pass this video on to as many people as possible. Sincerely, Arthur Topham Pub/Ed The Radical Press Canada’s Radical News Network “Digging to the root of the issues since 1998”
It’s going on sixteen years since Lonnie Landrud stumbled upon a murder scene while taking a short cut through a local park on his way to a 7/11 to buy some cigarettes back in the fall of 1999. Sixteen years of living hell where he’s had the RCMP attempt on numerous occasions to murder him. Sixteen years of desperation while reaching out again and again to every and any government and media organization in order to get the one thing that he’s always tried to do – have an independent investigation into the crime that he witnessed that night. The fact that Mr. Landrud shot Cst. Paul Collister, the RCMP officer who he had witnessed cutting the throat of Deena Lyn Braem, when this same officer attempted to break into the trailer where Landrud was staying after he had reported the murder to the proper authorities by calling in to 911, and still no one would take responsibility for investigating the murder or the subsequent shooting incident, literally boggles the mind and calls into question the very foundation of our justice system and whatever contingencies that might exist to address such an horrendous miscarriage of justice. It has taken an immense amount of resilience on the part of Lonnie Gabriel Landrud to have withstood the ongoing attacks on his life and still persevered with writing letters to government officials and politicians pleading for someone to take the heavy load off his mind that so many years of silence and bureaucratic runaround have left him to bear. This interview with Lonnie Landrud by Frank Frost will give viewers a more in-depth sense of what it’s like to have to live with the realization that Canada’s “peace officers” are hiding from the public a crime of infamous proportions; one that, when it is finally exposed, will undoubtedly blow the lid off the whole of the justice system and change forever the false belief that Canadians still have that their “Royal” police force is working for the people and is a responsible and integral part of Canada’s democratic system. I would ask that viewers do their best to pass this video on to as many people as possible. Sincerely, Arthur Topham Pub/Ed The Radical Press Canada’s Radical News Network “Digging to the root of the issues since 1998”

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