Ontario police find body of suspect w...

Ontario police find body of suspect wanted in boy's alleged confinement

There are 5 comments on the The Winnipeg Free Press story from Oct 4, 2012, titled Ontario police find body of suspect wanted in boy's alleged confinement. In it, The Winnipeg Free Press reports that:

Wayne Cunningham is shown in an undated RCMP handout photo. RCMP have confirmed that a body found in the woods of northern Ontario is a man who was facing charges of alleged confinement of a 16-year-old Nova Scotia boy.Police say Wayne Cunningham's body was found near Long Lac at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

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Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#1 Oct 4, 2012
We can slap the RCMP, OPP, and municipal police with black rags as to our utter hatred of their past crimes. The clothes must be black and not white. These things I mention are things we the opposition can use as peaceful means. We can hit Stanley Baxter, the Mayor, even the Police Chief as a scorn.

Sad but true. Itd better he died as a martyr protecting Monsokan as that boy who was sexually abused and chained is really an Anglican Church basketball boy. Thanks!!
Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#2 Oct 4, 2012
What I am talking about? I think the it is time to find the sasquatch.
Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#3 Oct 8, 2012
Monsokan wrote:
What I am talking about? I think the it is time to find the sasquatch.
This is Monsokan, and that is my cousin who is commenting. Ssquatch is just a legend, perhaps one time he existed, but he does not really exist. My mother Lizzie did get a visit one time of a huge monster of some kind back in the 30's at her trapping shack with her son. She didn't actually see it, but the tracks where huge foot prints of a monster human.

She also lived alone in the bush while my father went into town to get fresh supplies for the winter season of trapping. In the fall she said it was beautiful, warm Indian summer winds and cool nights in her cabin with her son John. She was hundreds of miles from the village where my father picked up supplies. At night she said she could hear the loons crying, and the wolves howling, but no Sasquatch, only bears, moose, foxes, wolves, Sasquatch does not exist, he is like the UFO, and there are no snakes big as stove pipes only in the dreams. Go and camp and you will see nothing different except our beautiful animals including the swift deer. I investigated the theory and Sasquatch does not exist and without a lethal tool to protect me just my love of birds and the beautiful animals. The real Monsokan
Monsokn

Thunder Bay, Canada

#4 Oct 9, 2012
A prisoner has escaped from the Montée St-François Institution, the second inmate to vanish from the minimum security federal prison in Laval this week.

Officials at the institution discovered Meloche went missing during a head count at the institution on Sunday night.

"These occurrences are extremely rare; they do not happen often. Of course, every time we look at the circumstances that have led these individuals to escape, we take the corrective actions to prevent them from happening again," said Serge Abergel, spokesman for Correctional Service Canada.

Meloche, 56, has been serving a sentence since Sept. 13, 1980 for second degree murder, attempted murder, forcible confinement, theft and armed robbery.

I escaped too from a prison back in April of 1966 and have never been caught. That prison was Pelican Falls Indian Residential School, in Sioux Lookout, Ontario. If I hadn't I would have been dead just like the "Ombash boys" who's remains where dug up in August of 2012 under direction of a man who was dying who found their bodies also 50 years just across the CNR tracks while hunting partridges about 1/2 mile from the Indian Residential School at Pelican Falls, Ontario. At the time of his finding of the boy's bodies, they had laid in the dump for almost two or more years, so the killer/s where the "Priests" and workers at the school. I was told that two days ago by a man at the First Nation High School. That is why I escaped from that Institution as I was going to be killed also by them. Unfortunately they never came for me or couldn't find me. A murder had already taken place there while I was there. Those boys where the talk of the school. You don't know how scared I was as a boy there.
Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#5 Oct 9, 2012
I still believe that another boy they used to call "Gorrila" Sammy Lac Suel was also murdered by Ula Solkan a murderer in disguise that used to be the Indian Residential School at Pelican Falls, Ontario torturer. I saw "Gorrila" how badly beaten he was when Mr. Ula Solkan and the Principal put him in a red station wagon with grey seats to his death, they told us he was been transferred to another school. Transferred alright to the same dump where the "Ombash Boys" where found. It took them about 20 minutes to take him to his new school too short of a time to have reached Sioux Lookout, Ontario as I drove the same route in my car two days ago and it took me 45 minutes to reach Sioux Lookout, Ontario.

In my opinion "Gorrila" was murdered and still at the dump in Pelican Falls, Ontario.

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