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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #25 on: October 20, 2014, 22:46:20 »
Food for thought:  Over in the UK, HM British Forces and allies attached to them are typically banned from wearing uniforms in Metro London due to these exact types of insurgent aggression towards uniformed military pers.  When I was on my SEMC course in the UK in 2010, my course as the others in the school were explicitly barred from doing rigger runs in London without express permission from both the CFSU(E) Ruislip detachment and the Canadian High Commission of London.

And, given the threat situation in the UK and the plethora of both transnational and homegrown groups who have come to despise HM's Forces, I agree.  But let's put this into context.  A radicalized amateur see and runs down a uniformed soldier and then can't get away from the police and, in the end, elects to bring a knife to a gunfight.  Clearly this was a well planned and brilliantly executed terrorist attack.  :P  But does it demand that the entire CAF now hide?
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #26 on: October 20, 2014, 22:53:03 »
Perhaps some see it as precautionary. Besides we're pretty blind to the general population as it is. Would we really be despised?
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #27 on: October 20, 2014, 22:55:45 »
Food for thought:  Over in the UK, HM British Forces and allies attached to them are typically banned from wearing uniforms in Metro London due to these exact types of insurgent aggression towards uniformed military pers.  When I was on my SEMC course in the UK in 2010, my course as the others in the school were explicitly barred from doing rigger runs in London without express permission from both the CFSU(E) Ruislip detachment and the Canadian High Commission of London.

I can't speak for the UK in recent years (since 2006 basically) but for many years, the threat from Irish terrorism drove us into civvies when off-base. For transit between home and unit we were permitted to wear a civvy jacket over our uniform and  were advised to vary our route. In terms of precautions we were advised to check under our cars for IEDs and even issued with a mirror/flashlight device to allow for easier checking. It was also suggested that uniform items should not, when laundered, be dried on washing lines that could be visible to an observer. There was also a central security operation running that permitted us to report any suspicious activity. Rig runs were rare, although they did happen (the biggest I experienced was in 2002 when 2000+ members of the RNR descended on central London for the Centenary parade on Horse Guards with celebratory drinks afterwards in any pub where we could find room). Ceremonial parades were often not publicised until minute, if at all - obviously participants and their families knew, but the general public were not iinformed.

We can take some sensible precautions to reduce the risk, but I agree we shouldn't be forced "underground" - if we are, then the extremists have won.

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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #28 on: October 20, 2014, 23:01:44 »
And, given the threat situation in the UK and the plethora of both transnational and homegrown groups who have come to despise HM's Forces, I agree.  But let's put this into context.  A radicalized amateur see and runs down a uniformed soldier and then can't get away from the police and, in the end, elects to bring a knife to a gunfight.  Clearly this was a well planned and brilliantly executed terrorist attack.  :P  But does it demand that the entire CAF now hide?

If we choose to go further blind now, it would increase our CAF personal security on mass transit or conducting personal business...but as I alluded to earlier, there may be an increase in collateral damage when like minded agencies in or out of uniform become local "targets of opportunity" As Haggis mentioed, even our PRes are *covered, laugh by VAC*  if they are injured to / from work.
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #29 on: October 20, 2014, 23:45:37 »
...........  A radicalized amateur see and runs down a uniformed soldier and then can't get away from the police and, in the end, elects to bring a knife to a gunfight.  ........

Before we get too far into this, why don't we wait until the investigation is complete and we know if this was a well planned terrorist attack and martyrdom or just some nut job who just happened to be a Muslim.   So far, reports from his neighbours mention that he had become very quiet and reclusive since his conversion.  I would question his sanity, after hearing some of the comments on the case so far.

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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #30 on: October 21, 2014, 06:16:00 »
Not sure if the link will work, but here is a link to the little nutjob's Facebook page :

https://www.facebook.com/Baller.Qc?ref=ts&fref=ts

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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #31 on: October 21, 2014, 06:33:22 »
One of the CAF members has died.


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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #32 on: October 21, 2014, 06:35:09 »
One of the CAF members has died.

More here
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« Reply #33 on: October 21, 2014, 06:44:11 »
My deepest condolences to the family and friends of the fallen.   :salute:

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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #34 on: October 21, 2014, 07:21:23 »
Local (Montreal-area) French-language media are covering a bit more of the driver's background (parents talked to authorities about his behaviour, authorities took away his passport, etc.) than English media so far - more here & here (in French).
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #35 on: October 21, 2014, 08:33:48 »
First of all, my deepest sympathy to the family of our fallen comrade.

This does not seem to have come out in the English media but, for those familiar with Garrison Saint-Jean, this is not just another shopping strip mall. On one end of it, the end where the event happened, there is a federal/provincial government building that houses Services Canada offices, some of the local recruiting services, employment offices, and some other military functions ( I can't recall which ones exactly, either transport or family services or the like) as it is just down the road, ~1km from the back entrance of Mega, and about the same distance from College Militaire and its PMQ. Anyway the good people (and obviously the bad ones too) of Saint-Jean know very well that people in uniform walk in and out of there all the time during normal working days. I just don't think it was a coincidence that this nut job went there.

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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #36 on: October 21, 2014, 08:45:04 »
From the Daily Mail.  Photos as well at story link below.

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Radicalized Canadian Muslim convert runs down two young soldiers in his car before being shot dead by police
- Martin Couture-Rouleau, 25, smashed his car into soldiers in Quebec
- Reportedly then drove off boasting to 911 about striking in name of Allah
- Police pursued him until he lost control of car and landed in a ditch
- Witnesses say got out, charged at cops with knife and was shot
- Both victim survived, but one was left with life-threatening injuries
- Couture-Rouleau, a recent convert, posted anti-West messages online
- Government today announced Couture-Rouleau is a known radical
 
ByKieran Corcoran for MailOnlineand Reuters
 
Published: 03:31 GMT, 21 October 2014 | Updated: 07:44 GMT, 21 October 2014

A radicalized Muslim convert ran down two soldiers in his car in an apparent terror attack Monday, before being shot dead by police.
Martin Couture-Rouleau, 25, sped into the two young soldiers - one uniformed and one not - around 11.30am in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, not far from Montreal.  After the impact he sped off, but was chased down by Canadian police, who shot him dead.
 
Both soldiers survived the attack, but one is now in hospital with life-threatening injuries.  A Canadian government spokesman today confirmed that Couture-Rouleau, who describes himself as a recent convert online, was on a list of known radicals.  One neighbor told reporters that the man had fallen in with extremist Muslims around a year ago.

On social media websites, Couture-Rouleau posted polemics attacking Christianity, Western leaders and Israel.  He also published images seemingly to glorify armed jihadist extremists, denigrating Westerners as 'kaffir', a derogatory Arabic term for non-believers.
 
After he ran down the two men, Couture-Rouleau called 911 and boasted to operators that he had attacked in the name of Allah, the Toronto Sun reported.  Eyewitnesses told the newspaper how during the police chase which followed, Couture-Rouleau rolled his car, which landed upside-down in a ditch.

They told how he emerged from the car with a long knife and charged at police - who then opened fire.  One witness said: 'I heard [the police] shout several times, "Get out of the car, get out of the car and raise your hands."  'The man got out and charged towards the policewoman. Then that's when we heard seven gunshots, then the man was on the ground.'

In a statement released shortly after the incident, a spokesman for Prime Minister Stephen Harper said: 'The individual who struck the two [Canadian Armed Forces] members with his car is known to federal authorities, including the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team.  'Federal authorities have confirmed that there are clear indications that the individual had become radicalized.'
 
Earlier in the day, Randy Hoback, a member of Parliament for the ruling Conservative Party, referred in the House of Commons to unconfirmed reports of 'a possible terror attack against two members of the Canadian armed forces.'

At the time, Harper said the reports were 'extremely troubling' but declined to give more details.  A spokesman for the Surete du Quebec police force said they were investigating whether the soldiers had been specifically targeted.  The Canadian government recently pledged six fighter jets to take part in the U.S.-led campaign against ISIS militants in Iraq.
 
Canadian security officials have fretted for years about the potential threat of radicalized young men, especially those traveling abroad to join militant groups including Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. There was no immediate indication Rouleau had traveled abroad.
 
Ray Boisvert, former assistant director for intelligence at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) spy agency, said he suspects Rouleau was a lone actor who would have been difficult for authorities to stop.  'It reflects what's going on in a very active threat environment. You have far too many targets and far too many active targets,' he said.
 
The case bears some parallels to the murder in the UK last year of Lee Rigby, a member of the British Army who was run down then beheaded by two Muslim fanatics.  Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale rammed their car into Rigby as he walked down the street in the Woolwich suburb of London.  They then hacked his head from his shoulders with a meat cleaver and delivered threatening messages, characterizing the murder as a revenge attack, to bystanders recording with their phones.  Both were tried and convicted for the murder and are serving decades-long prison sentences.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2801102/radicalized-canadian-muslim-convert-runs-two-young-soldiers-car-shot-dead-police.html#ixzz3GmZqXsVv
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #37 on: October 21, 2014, 08:47:35 »
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #38 on: October 21, 2014, 08:51:53 »
English media (radio) has reported that he was a recent convert to Islam (1.5 years ago) after his 'Spray Wash' business was robbed and he was upset with the Police investigation progress.  It has reported on his FaceBook accounts and adopted Muslim names.  It also reported that his neighbours had seen his withdrawal and reclusive behaviour since his conversion.  This may raise questions about his mental state.

Now we are, no doubt, going to see a lot of discussion as to whether or not we should wait for another similar attack, or just empower the Law Enforcement agencies to start rounding up all those they believe are radicalized and under surveillance.  In a way, our democracy, freedoms and the Laws we live by have hampered our own security.  How far will the general public's attitudes swing towards enabling the agencies that are responsible for our security to do their jobs?  This is where the debate will show how naïve or not the general public is.  The Charter of Human Rights will also come under scrutiny.   
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #39 on: October 21, 2014, 09:00:41 »
Hopefully, we do not start rounding up Canadians, that never worked before and left us with stains on our history.  Other than using personal SA, there is not alot we can do.  Not much more than protecting ourselves from ordinary crime and understanding the job makes you a target to certain elements.  My fear is that we will make society less free in order to appease an element that is already afraid of it's own shadow. 
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #40 on: October 21, 2014, 10:10:55 »
Concise round-up by the Toronto Star re:  what media is saying:
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1. Martin Rouleau, 25, rammed two soldiers with his Nissan Altima in the parking lot outside the Integrated Personnel Support Centre in Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu south of Montreal One died Tuesday of his injuries. The other has minor injuries.

2. Police shot and killed Martin Rouleau, 25, of Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, after Rouleau’s car flipped during a police chase about four kilometres from the town.

3. Rouleau “was known to authorities” and “authorities were concerned that he had become radicalized,” RCMP spokesman David Falls said.

4. Friends told the Star’s Allan Woods he became obsessed with practising Islam and reading news from the Middle East after he said his industrial cleaning company had been robbed about 18 months ago and he felt police failed to investigate.

5. Rouleau’s Twitter account followed what Allan Woods characterizes as “a number of ISIS-related users whose focus is the attempt to establish an Islamic caliphate in Syria and Iraq.” The Canadian fighter jets and support planes being sent to Iraq to join a coalition launching airstrikes against the Islamic State are scheduled to start leaving Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake today.
Rouleau's Twitter account has no posts of his own, but here's a list of who he was following.
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Re: Domestic Terrorism-Public Attacks on CAF Personnel
« Reply #41 on: October 21, 2014, 10:13:24 »
don't have a twitter account to see who he was following...
Any names worth note in there?

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« Reply #42 on: October 21, 2014, 10:19:22 »
don't have a twitter account to see who he was following...
Any names worth note in there?
No names that stand out specifically, but mostly other Twitter accounts sharing "the word" about the ISIS-ISIL fight.  Here's a public Twitter list (you shouldn't need an account) showing all the posts of who he would have followed - you'll get the feel quickly enough.
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« Reply #43 on: October 21, 2014, 10:42:16 »
thanks.
Looking through it kinda gives me mixed feelings: sad that people can so corrupt and twist religious teachings and angry that these people exist and feel sorry for some of them that actually turn to this to give some meaning to their lives. How low one can get to take that path.

I also offer my condolences the family and friends of the deceased soldier and a speedy recovery to the injured one.

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« Reply #44 on: October 21, 2014, 10:56:14 »

Looking through it kinda gives me mixed feelings: sad that people can so corrupt and twist religious teachings and angry that these people exist and feel sorry for some of them that actually turn to this to give some meaning to their lives. How low one can get to take that path.


Unfortunately, the fundamentals of that religion are towards world domination.  There are NO moderate Muslims
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« Reply #45 on: October 21, 2014, 11:13:50 »
Unfortunately, the fundamentals of that religion are towards world domination.  There are NO moderate Muslims.

omg, I saw that video, that is ridiculous. On a personal note, i did not observe that behavior from a group of muslims I played ball hockey with. 3 years and no evidence of that. They had more liberal points of view (probably still homophobic, but that's not limited to islam)
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« Reply #46 on: October 21, 2014, 11:47:07 »
This just out from the PM's office:
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement in response to a deadly incident that occurred in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec:

“I learned with shock and sadness yesterday that two Canadian Armed Forces members from Canadian Forces Base Saint-Jean Garrison were hit by a man who, according to our national security services, had become radicalized.

“On behalf of all Canadians, Laureen and I offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the CAF member who succumbed to injuries caused by this vicious event.  We also offer our prayers for the recovery of the member who was injured. I would also like to thank first responders on the scene for their efforts.

“Finally, I want to express that the authorities can count on our full support in order to get to the bottom of this terrible act.”
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« Reply #47 on: October 21, 2014, 11:57:36 »
Condolences to the fallen, and wishes for a speedy recovery to the injured.
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« Reply #48 on: October 21, 2014, 12:05:04 »
Unfortunately, the fundamentals of that religion are towards world domination.  There are NO moderate Muslims.

I know some moderate Muslims who would disagree with you.  :)    Extremism exists in most creeds, and in those of no creed.  Let's not make this into an anti-religion or anti-any particular religion polemic - instead, let's focus our attention on the behaviour itself, and examining how individuals end up going down that dark path.

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« Reply #49 on: October 21, 2014, 12:53:20 »
This from the Minister of Defence:
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“It was with tremendous sorrow that I learned of the death of a Canadian Armed Forces member who succumbed to his injuries after being the victim of a hit-and-run yesterday in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec.

“Our thoughts are with the member’s family, friends and colleagues, and we will do whatever we can to provide assistance in their time of need. Another CAF member, injured in the same tragedy, remains in hospital. We wish him a full and fast recovery as we extend our support to the member and his family.

“We are aware that the suspect was known to police and federal authorities although the circumstances remain under investigation.

“The Canadian Armed Forces has contributed greatly to the safety and security of those at home and abroad  and has provided the hope of a better future to those who have known horror and death. Our CAF members represent the best of Canada, and to have one die in a senseless act such as this only strengthens our resolve. We will not forget.”
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