The families look in vain to jihad Justin Trudeau for justice. Trudeau has probably friended them on Facebook. These savages are active on Facebook but my followers and I are systematically banned and blocked on the monster social media platform. It was not law enforcement who tracked down these devout savages but a private investigator.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reacted Wednesday that there were reports an Abu Sayyaf militant who beheaded two Canadians in 2016 was on Facebook and said the RCMP was still investigating the incident, and said at this time their policy remained the same that they did not pay ransoms to terrorist organizations.
Families of Canadians beheaded by terrorists demanding policy changes
Global News, December 20, 2018:
An investigation by an Ontario firm has revealed an alleged murderer of two Canadians, John Ridsdel and Robert Hall, in the Philippines may still be active on social media two years later. Now, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the RCMP will be looking at the report. And as Abigail Bimman reports, the victims’ families believe not enough is being done to bring the killers to justice.
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