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Todd Gouwenberg Langley Sportsplex shooting victim United Nations gang member;
Todd Gouwenberg is
the Langley Sportsplex shooting victim who
has nearly 20 years
of gang involvement
Crime Scene of Harb Dhaliwal's shooting in Coal Harbour;
Francois Gauthier has been charged with first degree murder
in the death of Brothers Keepers gangster Harb Dhaliwal
United Nations gang member shooting Langley Sportsplex;
United Nations gang member killed less
than a week after
killing of rival
Brothers Keepers
gangster Harb
Dhaliwal in
Coal Harbour

Ripudaman Singh Malik 1985 Air India Flight 182 Bombing Suspect;

Ripudaman Singh Malik

Two career criminals have
been charged with the first
degree murder of Ripudaman
Singh Malik
by Nathan'ette Burdine: July 28, 2022

Two career criminals, 21-year-old Tanner Fox and 23-year-old Jose Lopez, have been charged with the first degree murder of 75-year-old Ripudaman Singh Malik.

Fox and Lopez were out on bail when they got up early Thursday morning, on July 14, 2022, to hop in a white Honda CRV and head down the road to kill Malik.

The two found Malik sitting inside his car, outside his business. Fox and Lopez pulled alongside Malik and gave him a death shot to his neck. After ending Malik’s days on Earth, Fox and Lopez drove the white Honda CRV down the road, some ways, and then set it ablaze.

FIRE! It gets rid of all the evidence. NOT! Anybody who has watched enough crime shows like American Justice and Dateline, knows that fire does not provide the fire proof needed in order to get away with murder.

There’s always itsy bitsy pieces of DNA that’s left over, tire tracks, and then there are the cameras that are everywhere. There are cameras on the traffic lights. Businesses have cameras. And most importantly, everybody with a cell phone, including the dog, all have cameras. Therefore, it didn’t take the police the usual 10 to 20 years to find the suspects. It only took the police about two weeks to find the guilty parties.

Tuesday, July 26, 2022, the police went knocking on Fox’s door in Abbotsford and Lopez’s door in New Westminster. Being the career criminals that they are, the two were as cool as an arctic iceberg. They gave no lip, no fuss. They just went on down to the station to talk about what the police knew about.

Welp, the next day, Wednesday, July 27, 2022, that is, the police announced that the two have added murder to their long criminal rap sheet.

Remember earlier when I told y’all Fox and Lopez were out on bail? Fox got out on on a $500 bail after he was charged with violently assaulting someone. Lopez got out on a $5000 bail after he was charged with having a loaded gun, pointing the loaded gun, and…wait for it…having the loaded gun that the court told him not to have. And oh yeah, he was also charged with resisting arrest. Career criminals just love their work!

As a matter of fact, Fox and Lopez love their career so much that they decided to add a gold star with silver bullets and fire in the center of it. And folks, it hasn’t gone unnoticed that those two young man aren’t even 25, yet, and they are career criminals. Mm-hmm, primrose’s path is what they’re officially on which, by the way, is why I believe they got the black card to do the hit job on Malik. The police, though, aren’t saying this is a hit. But, anybody who has a lick of sense can tell this is a hit.

First, just look at the target, Malik , who is a Sikh. Like the two young bucks, Malik was no boy scout. This dude was a suspect in what is considered to be Canada’s worse terrorist attack, the 1985 bombing of Air India, which was caused by a radical Sikh terrorist group that was mad at the Indian government for the murder of their dear leader, Jarnail Sing Bhindranwale, and the government denying their request to have their own state.

On June 23, 1985, there were 329 people on Air India Flight 182 , headed from Montreal to Delhi. The plane had made it into Ireland’s air space and was flying over the Atlantic Ocean when a bomb in a suitcase, which was placed on the plane during a stopover in Vancouver, blew up at 31,000 feet killing all 329 people onboard. On the same day that Air India Flight 182 blew up, a bomb went off at Narita Airport in Tokyo, Japan, killing two baggage handlers.

Investigators determined that the two bombings were related. The investigators determined that the bomb that killed the two baggage handlers was going be placed on the Air India Flight 301 that was headed towards, Bangkok, China. As it turns out, those two bombings that killed a total of 331 people were related to a radical Sikh group.

The radical Sikh group wanted to get back at the Indian government for their 1984 Operation Blue Star raid that led to the death of the radical Sikh leader Jarnail Sing Bhindranwale and other members of his group.

Bhindranwale and his cohorts wanted the Indian government to recognize a separate state, Khalistan, for the Sikhs. But the Indian government was like, “Nope! One India!” Due to the Indian government not giving them their own land and people to reign over, as well as killing their “dear leader”, the radical Sikhs decided they’d kill 331 humans instead.

Ripudaman Singh Malik, Inderjeet Singh Reyat, and Ajaib Singh Bagri were all charged with first degree murder in the deaths of the 329 people on Air India Flight 182. Reyet turned state witness and then got himself a sudden case of amnesia. He told the court that he couldn’t remember who did, what, when they did it, or how they did it. Due to his “forgetfulness,” Malik and his buddy Bagri were found not guilty.

Mm-hmm, now, you don’t have to be a genius to figure out that if it looks like a duck, it walks like a duck, and it quacks like a duck, then it’s a duck! Basically, Malik, his buddy Bagri, and his forgetful buddy Reyat are all as guilty as homemade sin in the killing of the 329 people on Air India Flight 182.

Folks, I’ma just be honesty with y’all. If you kill 329 people, then you aren’t going to get any sympathy out of me when somebody kills you! The police, on the other hand, aren’t approaching this the way that myself and other everyday folks are.

Unlike us, the police have to remove any personal views they have about hell’s new resident. The police have to look at all of the evidence and then piece it together before they can determine whether Malik’s death is related to what most of us believe is his killing of 329 people on Air India Flight 182; or if his killing is related to some other criminal activity, or non-criminal activity, he was involve in. Either way, Ripudaman Singh Malik is in hell and his two killers are going to prison.

Oh well, sucks for all of them!


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