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Cop Killer in Ontario
OPP Cover Up
Three OPP officers are dead, driven off
the road or crashed in mysterious car accidents, and the Ontario
Provincial Police aren't even investigating the possibility that all
three were murdered.
Former OPP officer Kenneth "Tex" Deane,
the same man who shot Native protestor Dudley George and convicted of
criminal negligence causing death in 1995, was killed February 25th
2006 when he was speeding and driving in multiple lanes and crashed
into a truck.
OPP negotiator sergeant Margaret Eve, who
attempted to negotiate with the Native protestors back in 1995 and was
present when Dudley George was shot, was hit by a transport truck on
Highway 401 near Chatham in June 2000. The truck driver was not drunk
and was charged with only 1 count of Criminal Negligence causing death
and 1 count of Dangerous Driving causing death. No explanation was ever
given why the truck driver decided to swerve off the road and drive
into 4 police officers.
Four months later OPP Inspector Dale
Linton, the officer who activated Deane's unit the night Dudley George
was shot, was killed in a single-vehicle crash near Smiths Falls in
October 2000. It is unknown why he suddenly veered off the road and
crashed his car.
Margaret Eve's death may have been
accidental, but the deaths of both Ken Deane and Dale Linton suggest
they may have been pursued by an unknown threat and in the course of
attempting to get away crashed their cars.
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