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Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on April 25, 2020 at 4:20 PM

It all began as a domestic dispute between Gabriel Wortman and his long term girlfriend the woman with no name. He bound her, but not too tightly I assume. She fled to the woods and advised the police later, but it was described as "like a war zone." I do not discount that at all really. 

"It didn't take long for police to establish who their suspect was." In previous narratives it was the girlfriend who advised them. Perhaps she added more detail. However, Supt. Darren Campbell said they established he had a pistol and long barreled weapons perhaps one resembling the RCMP's C8 police carbine. They also knew he had replica police cars. His home was destroyed by fire too. They set up a serious perimeter with air cover as well. So how could he get out? Why wasn't the alert given? It could have saved many lives. 

John Hudson who had known Wortman for 15 years was a surviving witness. He knew Mr. Zahl and his wife. His girlfriend came out of the woods in the morning and gave her details. It was at that time the Twitter warning was given. Wortman was long gone 50 kms. north. His murder spree continued. Every lost life here was due to RCMP negligence really. Sean McLeod the correctional officer knew Wortman. He killed him and his wife Alanna Jenkins. Wortman left their property and went to another house where the residents remain quiet and didn't open the door. 

Lillian Hyslop was killed walking her dog. Her usual companions turned the other way in a stroke of luck. He assassinated the two VON nurses in road stops at that point. RCMP constable Morrison was expecting Constable Stevenson to meet up with him. A car approached; it wasn't her. It was Wortman. How did he know they were going to meet up? If the car didn't have a radio, perhaps he had a scanner radio. He shot Morrison wounding him. Morrison left to seek medical aid. He was shot several times.

Heidi Stevenson approached his car and rammed it heavily. Wortman approached and shot her to death. He took her pistol and magazines. A passerby, Joey Webber, was shot to death. Wortman set both his and Stevenson's car alight. He took Webber's SUV. Then he set after and murdered Gina Goulet. He offered her a job once. He took her car. It was short of gas. He pulled into the gas station after changing clothes. An ERT officer saw him and shot him. The Manchurian was retired. 

All the other things that don't fit the wild man domestic are pruned from the narrative. The most glaring is the death list and the two other RCMP officers, if that's what they were, shooting up the Onslow firehall some distance away. There really was a war on in my opinion. Did Wortman change his clothes, or was he in them all along? Was there another assassin? 

They leave out the large response by the army securing scenes to provide generators. Considering L3Harris, a major defense contractor is in town, it might be some military things were on hiatus too. The rocket base has not been developed far enough yet.

The Star was quick to label the spin as toxic masculinity in the misogynist spin required to set the narrative. My question is how could the denturist become the cold sadistic Rambo style killer with ruthless efficiency which would seem he was a master at escape and evasion and the application of deadly force with greater skill than the well trained police? This was noted in the Greektown shooting in Toronto. The police there said, he was better trained than they were. That's why I say there was a death squad on the loose. The other RCMP at the fire hall prove that. One entered the station even. Then they both opened fire. That tells us they had more authority than the RCMP within.

Yes indeed. There is a huge coverup. The best things don't fit the narrative. I find it hard to believe that many of the victims were involved in the drug trade. However, it might be an avenue to explore. Drugs are rampant everywhere in our communities. However, I'd say if Wortman was a narcoman, it might not be inconsistent for him to take care of business. Maybe his garage restaurant was more of a Piggy's Palace and not a pigpen. Maybe his girlfriend was tired of the show. If she ever acquires a name, we may learn more. The original Piggy's Palace was a CIA operation. In my interview with author Stephen Kinzer of the Boston Globe he verified one in NYC and San Francisco. The man running it was a DEA agent a psychopath who relished the killing and ruthlessness as a contract agent. In his letter to his CIA handler he just described it as FUN, FUN, FUN. 

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