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Transit Police needs help identifying a man who allegedly punched a pregnant woman at Metrotown

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by milquetoast, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

  2. the mechanic

    the mechanic Active Member

    ... tell us why we should help translink, cheeseshredder ...
  3. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Uhh because that person is a danger to the public? :facepalm:
  4. Night Of GuardianS

    Night Of GuardianS Active Member

    Why didn't the women yell for help right after he got out of the elevator? A guy in a wheel chair isn't that hard to stop.
  5. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    We don't know that she didn't. I doubt that she didn't because the police were involved and she did get medical attention. Maybe there wasn't anyone around at the time.

    Also, you would be surprised hard they can be to stop, especially if they are electric. Wheelchairs are very heavy and there can be a lot of momentum involved if the person is adept at using it.
  6. the mechanic

    the mechanic Active Member

    ... there's no reason to believe the person in the picture has violated any laws ...

    ... the rule is simple: never help the police, including the transit police, with ANYTHING ...
  7. lumix

    lumix Full Member

    Translink should have ample evidence, the elevator at Metrotown station is equipped with video camera.

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