From Missing To Prey

 

Teenagers Kam and Bryer

were first reported to be missing

then the report calls them murder suspects

and now they most probably are considered as prey.

One effort did not change, though,

they are still being hunted by the RCMP.

Or that law-enforcing outfit

that refuses to give further info about the two,

if they actually know anything about the two,

or any evidence to prove they that are murder suspects.

I would consider them as prey, however,

if one would think about it this way:

the public is made to see that a blue van

is parked on the side of a highway.

The occupants, a female Australian and a male American

are reported to be slain within the vicinity of the van,

NOW

the van would have been in this position

if the driver stopped it to relieve themselves of

personal necessity somewhere in the bushes.

OR

they stopped to rest or sleep or have sex (ayayayayay!)

Another more plausible reason would have been

that the driver stooped the van because some vehicle

following them is blowing a siren.

There has to be another vehicle around

since the blue van was not driven  away.

It was not stolen.

If Kam and Bryer realized that they were the subjects

of a manhunt for murder they would have decided

to give themselves up to clear their names.

But they saw the blue van on the screen and loaded themselves

with the problem as to which and what police force

would they surrender to

noting that some people

would rather have them dead.

Note that by withholding some information

to provide a better picture of what happened

the RCMP,

and any other police force  using sirens,

is qualified as suspect in these murders.

Ah, but this is not the only time that the B.C. Justice Department

has put the country in such a mess.

Another time was with Meng Wangzhou.

In both occasions, a conclusion had been made

without evidence on hand.

How would they relate the old man’s

and the Australian’s murders

with one motive?

(would it be good to catch them dead, or alive)

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