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Canada Flag VIDEOs-Canada Hunts Rambo-3 Police Shot Dead

He Wanted to Go Out with a Bang and Take People with him:
Rambo-style Killer Roaming Canadian City after Shooting Dead THREE Police Officers
was Fascinated by Guns and had a Problem with Authority, says Former Co-Worker


  • Justin Bourque, 24, is suspected of shooting dead three officers in Canada
  • In a fierce gun battle in Moncton two other officers were left seriously injured
  • Police tweeted photo of suspect dressed like Rambo, holding two guns
  • Suspect said to be armed with two assault rifles, a crossbow and knife
  • The gunfight was caught on camera and uploaded to Facebook by locals
  • Police this morning are urging residents to stay indoors and lock their doors
  • Canada has been left reeling by the deaths, with violence like this very rare
  • The suspect appears to have added friends on Facebook as police hunt him
  • Shooter believed to be hiding out in woods in the Pinehurst area of Moncton


Daily Mail UK, 5 June 2014



Hunt for gunman, 24, dressed like Rambo and wielding two assault rifles after he kills
THREE police officers and wounds two more in brazen attack on the streets of a Canadian city


The Royal Canadian Mounted Police in New Brunswick, Canada, tweeted an image of suspected cop killer Justin Bourque (pictured), 24, wearing military camouflage and wielding two assault rifles and a crossbow. Photos from the crime scene shared on Twitter show a sedan with its windows shot out with large quantities of blood on the ground. Police said tonight they believed the suspect was at large in a Moncton subdivision. Police had a number of roads in the city blocked and traffic was backed up on major arteries across the city.

The Rambo-style killer being hunted by Canadian police after three officers were shot dead had spoken of how he wanted ‘to go out with a bang and bring people with him’, according to a former co-worker.
He also had a fascination with guns that caused huge concern among his friends and ‘issues with authority and police’.
Justin Bourque, 24, is being hunted by SWAT teams, soldiers and armed Royal Canadian Mounted Police after a deadly shootout on Wednesday evening at 7.30pm in Moncton, New Brunswick.

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Armed and dangerous:
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police tweeted an image of suspected cop killer Justin Bourque, 24,
wearing military camouflage and wielding two guns




Manhunt: Residents of Moncton are being urged by police to stay indoors



Emotional:
Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer Damien Theriault and Mayor George LeBlanc
pause to collect themselves before addressing the media during a late night news conference at City Hall in Moncton







Overhwlemed:
Asked how he was dealing with his grief, Theriault said he personally knew the officers before breaking down;
the mayor also appeared in tears



Theriault and Mayor LeBlanc embraced after the emotional news conference about the shootout





The gun battle erupted after police received a call about an armed man in the north end of the city, dressed in
military camouflage and wielding two assault rifles, a crossbow and a knife.The encounter left three officers dead and two injured.

One shocked local family caught the gunfight on camera and uploaded the footage to Facebook.
The police tweeted an image of the suspect, who resembled the movie character Rambo.
He is still at large in the Pinehurst area of the city and police are urging residents to stay indoors.
A tweet from the New Brunswick Royal Canadian Mounted Police this morning said: 'Still actively looking for shooter near Pinehurst SubDiv. in Moncton. Stay in. Lock doors. Avoid this area. Stay Safe!'
Local schools have been shut and buses cancelled as the police hunt the shooter.

Caitlin Isaac worked with Bourque at Walmart several years ago said: ‘I never took him seriously, but he always said he wanted to go out with a bang and bring people with him.’
She added: ‘He always seemed to have a problem with authority. Issues with parents, bosses, police…’
Isaac explained that Bourque was fired from Walmart for his 'attitude' and being 'defiant'.

But she said he seemed ‘friendly enough’.
Another friend revealed that on a camping trip Bourque spent the entire night clutching a rifle, which unsettled the group a great deal. They didn’t invite him the next time they went.

Mike Campbell, who described himself as Bourque's best friend, revealed that ominously, he told him a few weeks ago that it wasn’t likely that he would see him in the near future.
When Campbell invited him to visit, Bourque replied ‘that probably won’t be able to happen’.
Campbell said: 'That weirded me out.'
Asked about the shootings, he said 'he would be the last person I would think would do this'.

RCMP officer Damien Theriault and Mayor George LeBlanc made an emotional address to the media during a late-night news conference at City Hall in Moncton after the deaths.
Theriault said he personally knew the officers killed, before breaking down and excusing himself because he couldn't complete his sentence.
Witness Danny Leblanc, 42, said he saw the shooter in the distance Wednesday evening, wearing a camouflage outfit and standing in the middle of the street with his gun pointed at police cars.


Dramatic:
Twitter user Matt Arsenault took this picture of police surrounding a house in Moncton,
New Brunswick, after a shootout with suspect Justin Bourque



Danger zone:
Where the violence erupted in Moncton, with the RCMP urging those in the red area to stay indoors



Danger:
The RCMP issued this map of Moncton explaining that anyone living inside the marked area should 'stay inside' and 'lock doors'


The construction worker said he believed it was an RCMP officer he was looking at until he heard a burst of automatic gunfire coming from the man's gun.
He said he quickly retreated into his home and remained there with his family. At one point a neighbor posted on social media that their kitchen window was shattered by gunfire.
Leblanc said few people on his normally quiet street were sleeping as they awaited word at midnight on whether arrests had been made.
Word that police had been killed shocked the city, Leblanc said.
'It's devastating. I don't know if he was on a hunt for them, or what,' he said.

Police say Bourque is carrying two military-style assault rifles with high capacity magazines, a bow and a knife.
A Facebook page attributed to the suspect is filled with posts about weaponry, hunting and police officers.
His last status update posted hours before the deadly shootout included lyrics from Megadeth's song Hook in Mouth.
'Don't try to fool us, we know the worst is yet to come./ I believe my kingdom will come,' the Facebook user wrote.

It appears that two friends have been added to the profile as police continue the manhunt.
Police had a number of roads in Moncton blocked and traffic was backed up on major arteries.
Drivers were also asked to stay out of the area.



Shattered:
A Codiac Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer drives with the rear door window shot out by a bullet in Moncton, New Brunswick






Gruesome:
Twitter user Matt Arsenault/Laundromatt took these grisly images showing the scene of
a shootout between police and a suspect that resulted in the reported deaths of three officers




High alter:
Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers use their vehicles to create a keep a perimeter in Moncton



Moncton Mayor George LeBlanc urged all residents to pay strict attention to the RCMP warnings.
'The police and other emergency personnel are working under extremely difficult conditions and need our complete cooperation. Stay home, stay safe. If you cannot get home, seek out a friend or family and remain there until you are advised otherwise,' LeBlanc said in a statement.
Police first received a call at around 7.20pm about an armed man roaming the streets dressed in camouflage.

Joan MacAlpine-Stiles said she spotted the alleged shooter when she went to open a window.
‘I said, “Oh my God, there he is with camouflage and the headband and a gun, and it looked like a bow he had with him, and I mean he was just through our backyard."’

Will Njoku told the news outlet he was putting his children to bed just before 8pm when he heard popping sounds, followed by sirens.
When he learned there is a gunman at large, Njoku went outside to warn his neighbors.
Resident Heidi James said she heard four or five shots, prompting her to move her children away from the windows.
When her husband peered outside, he saw a body lying on the ground covered with a blanket next to a shot-up vehicle.



Lockdown:
Employees of a grocery store lock down their store in Moncton, New Brunswick, after a shootout




Duck and cover:
Police officers take cover behind their vehicles in Moncton





Twitter user Matt Arsenault shared photos from the crime scene depicting a dark-colored
sedan with all its windows shattered surrounded by a pool of blood.



The Horizon Health Network, a provincial health authority, said on its Twitter feed that two patients were taken to Moncton Hospital with gunshot wounds.
Theriault said earlier the search for the suspect was concentrated around two streets.
Sean Gallacher, who lives near the area where police were concentrating their search, said he heard what he now believes were gunshots but initially thought his daughter had dropped some toys on the floor above him.
'I was downstairs and heard a few bangs,' said Gallacher, 35.

Canadian Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney tweeted that he was 'shocked by the tragedy' and that his thoughts and prayers were with frontline RCMP officers.

Such violence is rare in Canada, particularly on Canada's East Coast.
Four Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers were shot and killed in the western Canadian province of Alberta in 2005 in the deadliest attack on Canadian police officers in 120 years. They had been investigating a farm in Mayerthrope, a small hamlet in Alberta when a man shot them before he was killed.

THE SUSPECT'S LATEST FACEBOOK POST
Quote:
A Facebook page attributed to the suspect is filled with posts about weaponry, hunting and police officers.
His last status update posted hours before the deadly shootout included lyrics from Megadeth's song Hook in Mouth.


Underneath the post user Phil Hache wrote: 'You knew this wasn't the answer.'
The post read: 'A ****roach in the concrete, courthouse tan and beady eyes.
'A slouch with fallen arches, purging truths into great lies.
'A little man with a big eraser, changing history
'Procedures that he's programmed to, all he hears and sees.
'Altering the facts and figures, events and every issue.
'Make a person disappear, and no one will ever miss you.
'Rewrites every story, every poem that ever was.
'Eliminates incompetence, and those who break the laws.
'Follow the instructions of the New Ways' Evil Book of Rules.
'Replacing rights with wrongs, the files and records in the schools.
'You say you've got the answers, well who asked you anyway?
'Ever think maybe it was meant to be this way?
'Don't try to fool us, we know the worst is yet to come.
'I believe my kingdom will come.'

Keeping residents safe:
Police officers walk around a strip mall urging merchants to shut down their stores as a precaution




Firepower:
Police say Bourque is carrying two military-style rifles with high capacity magazines, a bow and a knife




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