It bears mentioning that Edmonton is the city that removed ads from city buses that offered help to Muslim girls who wanted to escape honor violence and live free lives. Muslims complained about the ads — one would have to assume they support honor killings, why else would anyone oppose our ads?
An Edmonton Police Service special duty member was stabbed Saturday evening near Commonwealth Stadium.
Police officer injured in attack near Commonwealth Stadium
The suspect remains at large, but police have not provided a description.
Catherine Griwkowsky, Edmonton Journal, September 30, 2017 10:47 PM MD
The officer was working special duty at the Edmonton Eskimos game, manning a traffic checkpoint near 93 Street and 107A Avenue.
Police said the suspect fled on foot after ramming a police vehicle and is still at large. A white car could be seen smashed into the front of an Edmonton Police Service SUV.
— Sean Amato (@JSJamato) October 1, 2017
The EPS Air One helicopter and numerous police vehicles were seen leaving the scene abruptly at approx 9:45 p.m. Before that, about ten police vehicles could be seen in the area.
Drivers and pedestrians are being asked to avoid the area. Police said people at the football game who parked in the area may not be able to access their vehicles due to the investigation.
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