Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Developer shot in Richmond



CBC is reporting that Police have identified the 56-year-old man shot in Richmond, B.C., Saturday night as a prominent developer, Amarjit Singh Sandhu. Sandhu died in hospital after the parking lot shooting left his truck riddled with bullets. Police say he was targeted.

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  1. it would be hard to say other wise given the number of bullets in his vehicle. The sphincter muscles of many a politician in Richmond must be puckered no end. The victim knew many of them.

    I would suggest his end came about because of his involvement in issues we thought long gone with in the Sikh community. Like so many other of these types of killings it is doubtful the perpetrator will be brought to justice. We may even see more of it.

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  2. "because of his involvement in issues we thought long gone with in the Sikh community"

    You thought that? Really? Wishful thinking. You and many, many others have not been paying attention, and you confuse what you'd like things to be with what they really are.

    Unlike us, these people belong to a culture that takes things very seriously (by which I mean life and death) that happened centuries ago. Same with the Muslims, the Shi'a vs. Sunni thing that is the root cause of the Arab (un)civil war in it's present incarnation goes back to the year 632 AD. The Sikh's are amateurs compared to them, but same idea. Go to a Sikh wedding sometime. Two beers and it's "Kill de Hindu's!"


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    1. OK People, let's go easy on the racist stereotypes. Just because I live in Surrey and ride a motorcycle doesn't mean I sell crack. I do like butter chicken and veggie pakora though.

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  3. Was there a relation link to 20 year old female L Sandhu, who was one of many in recent raid of DRUG TRAFFICKERS operating in Richmond, Surrey, and Vancouver - carried out by Lowermainl Drug Task Force?

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    1. I don't know. It's possible but Sandhu is almost as common a name as Sing.

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