Eight men were murdered in a farmer's feild in the past day or so in Nowhere, Ontario, Canada. The police are saying the followint things to the public about the case.
SHEDDEN, Ontario (AP) -- The bodies of eight men were found Saturday inside four vehicles abandoned in a remote wooded area on a farmer's property in rural Ontario.
Police were not disclosing many details about the deaths....
"We're not in a position to reveal how they were murdered," Ontario Provincial Police Sgt. Dave Rektor said.
The Ontario coroner and the attorney general's office declined comment.
During a news conference Saturday afternoon, OPP Sgt. Dave Rektor said it is too early to speculate on motives for the killings.
"At this point we're at the very early stages of this investigation and we're not in a position to speculate on what the motive may be," Rektor said.Police are not revealing how the eight men died, brushing off reporters' questions about whether the victims had been shot.
Police also sidestepped questions about the deaths being gang-related.
Multiple murder discovered in a rural Ont. field CTV.
They refused to make any link to organized crime or confirm reports that each of the men had been shot to death.
"We're not in a position to reveal how they were murdered," Ontario Provincial Police Sgt. Dave Rektor told a news conference about eight hours after the bodies were found by the property owner at about 8:30 a.m.
"I won't confirm at this point what the persons were killed by."
[A] tow truck was found parked on the shoulder with a small silver car hooked to the back. The tow truck was marked with the logo "Superior Towing." The owner of a firm by that name in the Toronto area denied that the truck was one of his.
"Whether or not it's connected to anything we're not sure," Rektor said.
Another man whose property borders the dirt road said he was frustrated by the lack of information provided by authorities.
"I've heard more from a friend in Calgary whose daughter was on the Internet than I've heard from around here," he said.
Neither Ontario's coroner nor the Attorney General's office would comment.
Police, whose cruisers blocked both ends of Stafford Line well into the evening, would not answer questions but were stopping cars to ask drivers what they had seen.
A covered transport truck was to remove the vehicles - bodies in tow - and take them to Toronto under the cloak of darkness.
-Fourteen women killed by anti-feminist Marc Lepine at Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique engineering school in December 1989. Lepine wounded another nine women and four men and fatally shot himself. [Lepine was a Muslim who left jihadi hate-rants behind. Somehow the authorities and the media always forget to mention that part.]
It's becoming impossible to care any longer what the legacy media do. If they do report on stories at all they get them wrong or they leave out essential details or they outright lie. The law enforcement agencies are no better. The civil government is worse. Did you know from the media that Marc Lepine is a Muslim who killed women because he learned from his Muslim father to hate women? Did you know that Islam is officially and canonically misogynistic? Do you think that our nations are hijacked by a small minority of extremist ideologues who are corrupting an otherwise pretty good system? No, of course not. We all know we're racist and Islamophic, like the thirteen year old Australians who were raped by a family of Muslims for being sluts. Shame on us. It's all our fault for humiliating Muslims.
Death to Israel.
Death to America
And so on.