Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Cruel Prank on Military Families

Our brave men and women in uniform are putting their lives on the line fighting the Taliban and trying to help bring about a peaceful and decent life for the Afghan people.  Meanwhile at home here some demented sicko is playing a very cruel prank on military families who are keeping the home fires burning. This lowlife has been calling families in the middle of the night to tell them their loved one is dead.
QUEBEC - Military police are pursuing a prankster preying on families of soldiers deployed to Afghanistan by calling them in the middle of the night to say their loved ones have died.
The relatives of at least three soldiers serving in the war-torn country have been targeted by the prank, said Alex Maillé, a spokesman at Canadian Forces Base Valcartier said Tuesday.
The wife of one soldier filed a complaint with military police after someone called her last week to say her husband had died in a roadside bomb explosion.
How cruel is that? It's sick,demented,deplorable etc. Our military families sacrifice a lot so  their loved ones can serve and it's not easy. They must be constantly on edge all the time their loved one is deployed for fear they receive that dreaded  call.  Then you have some low life that does this kind of despicable act.  Just think about how the troops in Afghanistan are feeling knowing that some sociopath/psychopath is terrorizing their families like that?  It's just something more for them to worry about.

I hope they find who ever is doing this,lock 'em up and throw away the key. 



7 comments:

  1. Let's stop calling it a prank. It is a deceitful fraud perpetrated by some low-life, scum-sucking degenerate who should have his/her butt thrown in jail for a considerable length of time.

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  2. Maybe when they catch him thay can stick 'em in a cell with Russell Williams.

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  3. Maybe when they catch him thay can stick 'em in a cell with Russell Williams.

    I agree,Bert.

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  4. Let's stop calling it a prank. It is a deceitful fraud perpetrated by some low-life, scum-sucking degenerate who should have his/her butt thrown in jail for a considerable length of time.

    You're right,Powell lucas,maybe we shouldn't call it a prank.

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  5. I have heard that there is a number you can call right away if you receive a threatening or suspicious call in order to trace it. Hang up and dial right away *57 (there is a $5 charge for Call Trace if the number is successfully traced). You can then call 911 after that. For rotary phones it is 1157.

    The number will then only be released to the police so it must be a serious situation.

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  6. I have heard that there is a number you can call right away if you receive a threatening or suspicious call in order to trace it. Hang up and dial right away *57 (there is a $5 charge for Call Trace if the number is successfully traced). You can then call 911 after that. For rotary phones it is 1157.

    That's good to know,Anony. Thanks for the info.

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  7. O/T, frmgrl, while browsing the net I came across this,

    Urgent Call to Action


    scroll down and read the already made letter to the PM re to ISRAEL.




    http://www.israelunitycoalition.org/aa/alert.php

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