Montreal Police Punch Man 3 Times Then Arrest Him On Sherbrooke Street

A video from the demonstration that took place on May 1st is making the rounds on the internet. The video shows 3 cops arresting a protester on the corner of Sherbrooke and Hutchison.

According to Radio Canada When the protester resisted the arrest by trowing his hands up and flashing a peace sign, one of the cops punched him in the face 3 times in the face. The other officers picked him up and set him down on the ground and eventually cuffed him.

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A routine noise complaint in Pointe-Saint-Charles in the wee hours of Friday morning ended with Montreal police seizing two guns and arresting one person, Montreal police confirmed to MTL Blog.

A 911 call was placed at around 2:15 a.m. on December 10, alerting police officers to excessive noise coming from an apartment on rue Centre, near rue Charlevoix, said Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) spokesperson Jean-Pierre Brabant.

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Quebec Amber Alert: Police Say The Suspect Could Be Looking For Forest Survival Equipment

The SQ released another update as it searches for 3-year-old Jake Côté.

The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) has released new updates on its search for Jake Côté, the subject of a recent amber alert issued in Quebec and New Brunswick. The child's father, David Côté, 36, is suspected of abducting the 3-year-old boy.

"The discovery of the ATV used by David Côté and the ongoing investigation lead us to believe that the suspect could be looking for equipment to ensure his survival and facilitate his travels," the SQ said in a statement sent to MTL Blog on Thursday evening.

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Montreal Holocaust Museum Wants People To Stop Comparing Vaccine Passports To Yellow Stars

Jewish people were forced to wear Stars of David as identification badges during the Holocaust.

The Montreal Holocaust Museum is asking anti-vaccine passport protesters to stop comparing Quebec's vaccination passport program to the yellow Stars of David that Jewish people were forced to wear during the Holocaust.

"Comparisons between vaccine passports and yellow Stars of David are offensive, inaccurate, and attempt to trivialize the painful history of the Holocaust," it stated in a tweet.

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Police Explained How A Quebecer's Body Was Mistaken For A Mannequin & Thrown In The Trash

First responders mistook the woman's body for a silicone mannequin.

This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.

Police services in Sherbrooke held a press conference this past Thursday to explain how first responders mistakenly threw away the charred body of a woman into a dumpster at a nearby police station. First responders on the scene believed the body to be a silicone mannequin.

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