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Re: AARC Graduate - accused murderer takes plea deal
« Reply #120 on: September 14, 2009, 05:36:35 PM »
I think everyone is making way too big a deal on where this guy worked before.  It really doesnt matter what he did or where he worked.  What is important is why he did it and the circumstances around the killing.
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Re: AARC Graduate - accused murderer takes plea deal
« Reply #121 on: September 14, 2009, 05:41:24 PM »
JD, we already heard your opinions.  anonAARCgrad was of the opinion that something interesting would happen once journalists became aware of the connection of a number of violent criminals to AARC.  I pointed out that the journalists in Calgary and in Vancouver are already aware that these people are AARC graduate, but pressure is exerted on the journalists not to expose AARC to bad publicity.  Call your non-dead son JD.
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Re: AARC Graduate - accused murderer takes plea deal
« Reply #122 on: September 14, 2009, 05:47:04 PM »
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Your opinion may be that the fact that Andy Evans is a former AARC counselor is irrelevant to the story, it's not mine, and it wasn't the opinion of anonAARCgrad.

Ajax, your opinion is well taken.  It seems there are 2 people yourself and anonAARCGrad who feel this way.  If you bother to read the news articles and speak with the journalists you will find out that the connection to AARC just inst relevant.  The guy held multiple positions prior to moving (not just AARC).  There is no motivation on the journalists part to try to connect Evans motive to any one job he held in the past.  Why would they try to do this?  This is unclear.
Again you are entitled to your opinion but the people investigating just dont see it the same way you do.  When I say we I am referring to myself , the journalists and the people who are intimate with the investigation. If you have any facts to present then toss them on the table and we can take a look.  But the facts stake up differently than your beliefs.  Sorry I cant agree with you on this one.
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Re: AARC Graduate - accused murderer takes plea deal
« Reply #123 on: September 14, 2009, 05:54:41 PM »
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Call your non-dead son JD.

You and JD should talk get and compare notes.  You both suck at raising kids.  Between Ajaxs porn and abuse to JD killing his wife and son you have alot in common.  Get a fucking room!!!
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Re: AARC Graduate - accused murderer takes plea deal
« Reply #124 on: September 14, 2009, 05:55:31 PM »
Your confusion of beliefs with reality is what led to the death of your son JD.  It is not my opinion that I was told that AARC coverage by journalists is managed, it is a fact.  As with all those who have attempted to stifle the exchange of information about AARC, you don't have any facts, you just have your opinion, which you attempt to pass off as a fact.  If you had not been such a lazy fuck, and had found out the facts about the B Mods you put your kids in, perhaps you might have one less dead son.
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Re: AARC Graduate - accused murderer takes plea deal
« Reply #125 on: September 14, 2009, 06:13:22 PM »
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Your confusion of beliefs with reality is what led to the death of your son JD.  It is not my opinion that I was told that AARC coverage by journalists is managed, it is a fact.  As with all those who have attempted to stifle the exchange of information about AARC, you don't have any facts, you just have your opinion, which you attempt to pass off as a fact.  If you had not been such a lazy fuck, and had found out the facts about the B Mods you put your kids in, perhaps you might have one less dead son.

I have spoken to them directly, I have read the articles and all the journalists stand behind what they have written.  If you can find one journalist who does not then I challenge you to bring them on here to state that. The press is there to write what is relevant and factual (by your own words).  We need to rely on those until some other facts surface.  Your private discussions just dont cut it and cannot over ride what the journalists decided to write.
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Re: AARC Graduate - accused murderer takes plea deal
« Reply #126 on: September 14, 2009, 06:47:10 PM »
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Your opinion may be that the fact that Andy Evans is a former AARC counselor is irrelevant to the story, it's not mine, and it wasn't the opinion of anonAARCgrad.

Ajax, your opinion is well taken.  It seems there are 2 people yourself and anonAARCGrad who feel this way.  If you bother to read the news articles and speak with the journalists you will find out that the connection to AARC just inst relevant.  The guy held multiple positions prior to moving (not just AARC).  There is no motivation on the journalists part to try to connect Evans motive to any one job he held in the past.  Why would they try to do this?  This is unclear.
Again you are entitled to your opinion but the people investigating just dont see it the same way you do.  When I say we I am referring to myself , the journalists and the people who are intimate with the investigation. If you have any facts to present then toss them on the table and we can take a look.  But the facts stake up differently than your beliefs.  Sorry I cant agree with you on this one.

If Evans was a lone abberation, perhaps you would be correct. But their are a series of murderers and thugs who are graduates of AARC who were pretty normal teenagers prior to going into AARC. believe me, there are more than 2 people looking into this coincidence.
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Re: AARC Graduate - accused murderer takes plea deal
« Reply #127 on: December 22, 2009, 09:20:11 AM »
The Calgary man who pleaded guilty in the death of his drug dealer was sentenced yesterday to six years in prison but he will only serve two years and three months.

Justice Sandy Park refused Jason Malin Woods' lawyer's suggestion his client be given a two-for-one credit for the time he spent in jail while the case was before court.

"I decline to allow the two-for-one credit," Park told Woods.

The 21-year-old man was convicted for his role in the death of Ali Khamis.

Woods' lawyer argued Woods played a smaller role in the June 6, 2006, death of Khamis than his accomplices Justin Gittens and Cody Bates.

All three pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

Park said he didn't allow the requested credit because Woods was on both probation and bail when Khamis was gunned down outside the Shawnessy community centre.

But Park gave Woods a 45-month credit for the time he served in jail. The judge also urged Woods to reform himself with the support he's getting from his mother, who was in court yesterday.

RENATO.GANDIA@SUNMEDIA.CA
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Drug dealer's killer given six-year jail term
« Reply #128 on: December 22, 2009, 10:30:39 AM »
Here's the above article's title, author, date, publisher and link for appropriate attribution and posterity's sake (ya never know!  :D  ):

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News | Calgary & Alberta
Drug dealer's killer given six-year jail term

By RENATO GANDIA, CALGARY SUN
Last Updated: 22nd December 2009, 5:23am

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The Calgary man who pleaded guilty in the death of his drug dealer was sentenced yesterday to six years in prison but he will only serve two years and three months.

Justice Sandy Park refused Jason Malin Woods' lawyer's suggestion his client be given a two-for-one credit for the time he spent in jail while the case was before court.

"I decline to allow the two-for-one credit," Park told Woods.

The 21-year-old man was convicted for his role in the death of Ali Khamis.

Woods' lawyer argued Woods played a smaller role in the June 6, 2006, death of Khamis than his accomplices Justin Gittens and Cody Bates.

All three pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

Park said he didn't allow the requested credit because Woods was on both probation and bail when Khamis was gunned down outside the Shawnessy community centre.

But Park gave Woods a 45-month credit for the time he served in jail. The judge also urged Woods to reform himself with the support he's getting from his mother, who was in court yesterday.

RENATO.GANDIA@SUNMEDIA.CA
Copyright 2009 Calgary Sun
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