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(GREENSTONE, ON) – “JUSTICE” BREACHING CONDITIONS ON LONG LAKE 58

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Appearing this Family Day Monday February 18,2019 via video from the Greenstone OPP Station at in Courtroom 104 is 18 year old JUSTICE DESMOULIN.

DESMOULIN was arrested by Greenstone OPP on the Long Lake 58 Indian Reserve sometime after 9:07pm (DESMOULIN’s last Facebook post). He was allegedly breaching his bail conditions by failing to remain inside his home.

 

Crown Attorney Van Kessel is not consenting to his release. DESMOULIN already has criminal convictions for failing to appear/comply.

DESMOULIN is told he has outstanding criminal charges from last August/September/October.

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“Is that those vehicle thefts?” the accused asks.
He also has outstanding HTA charges for failing to remain at scene of accident and failing to report an accident.

DESMOULIN is heading to the Thunder Bay Jail. He’ll make a video appearance from there on Friday to try set a date for another bail hearing.

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11 Replies to ““F**k it get drunk i guess” BOOM ARRESTED”

  1. WOW!!! This kids parents better lock him in his room for the next 10 years and they better throw an English book
    in there while their at it. He says he is trying to stay out of jail. Sure sounds like it!!! Look at his history at his young age.
    Mark my words he will be in jail long term within the next 5 years unless he cleans up his act asap.

    1. Their is the possessive of they, as in “They live there but it isn’t their house.” Here you want to indicate that the house belongs to them.

      They’re is a contraction of they are, so that to say, “They’re over there in their new house” means ” They are over at that place in the new house that belongs to them.”

      Or for us Thunder Bay Rednecks:

      Their – That’s their beer. Don’t touch it!
      They’re – They’re drinking MY beer, FFS.
      They – They drank ALL of my beer.

    2. Ok Houdini! Maybe you should consider asking them to throw that English Book in your direction!

      Sincerely
      Mr.Magoo

  2. Bubba and Mr. Magoo,
    Although you are both correct that I made a spelling error, forgive me as I am in my sixties and do get confused periodically with my spelling. What you really should be concerning yourself with more than my spelling though is this young man’s vocabulary, English, train of thought and future. This is our youth of the future and I was simply pointing out that he does not speak nor spell well and has his entire future in front of him, where I on the other hand am retired and heading out of this life.

    Your condescending comments and attitude are not really appreciated as I was hoping comments would be more directed around this young man’s attitude about his life and his future, but thanks for the correction anyways.

    1. @ Santafe: Your condescending comments and attitude are not really appreciated as I was hoping comments would be more directed around this young man’s attitude about his life and his future, but thanks for the correction anyways.

      Noted. In saying that, it was Pino that corrected you. All I did was show how the words are used in context. If I came across condescending, my apologies. That wasn’t my intent.
      Cheers

  3. Bubba
    Thank you for your response and apology. Appreciated.
    Pino
    Thank you for your correction, you certainly are a much better writer than I. Thank goodness for that!!!

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