Author Topic: Perhaps it would be safer for us to live in jail?  (Read 583 times)


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Perhaps it would be safer for us to live in jail?
« on: February 28, 2017, 03:28:03 PM »
How many times have we rubbed shoulders with criminals who have the potential to injure or kills us?

I may never look at another backpack as innocent and just carrying school books. The following man had been in a mental institution and has been out/released ... people who were concerned after spotting his you tubes, called local police and what they found in his backpack was enough to kill people instantly. If a Muslim would be caught with the same things, he would be considered a terrorist for sure. This person also has a you tube channel you can google, just to give you an idea what sort of reasoning skills he has.
Since he had not targeted anyone and was just packing these explosives, he may not spend much time in jail. He may end up in a mental institution for awhile ... given what our institutions are like now a days.
27-year-old Alexander Bugghins of Vegreville is in custody after RCMP found a sawed off loaded rifle and homemade explosives in his backpack.

Police found the man around 5:30 in the afternoon on Thursday, believing he might have a prohibited firearm and ammunition. The explosives appear to have been a bit of a surprise.

In addition to the gun and bombs, the suspect had over 350 rounds of .22 caliber ammunition in the backpack as well.

Due to the high risk nature of homemade or improvised explosive devices, the Explosives Disposal Unit went to the Vegreville detachment to take the explosives for further analysis.

Bugghins  has been charged with the following:

Possession of an Improvised Explosive Device Likely to Cause Harm or Death, S. 81(1) of the Criminal Code,
Possession of explosives for an unlawful purpose, S. 82(1) Criminal Code,
Careless use of a firearm, S. 86(1) Criminal Code,
Possession of a prohibited weapon for a dangerous purpose, S. 88(1) Criminal Code,
Unauthorized Possession of a Prohibited Weapon, S. 92(2) Criminal Code,
Possession of a Prohibited Firearm in an unauthorized place, S. 93(1) Criminal Code,
Possession of a Prohibited Firearm with Ammunition, S. 95(1), Criminal Code,
Possession of a Firearm or Ammunition contrary to Prohibition Order, S. 117.01(1) Criminal Code (3 counts).
Bugghins remains in custody, and has appeared in court today.


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Re: Perhaps it would be safer for us to live in jail?
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2017, 03:39:10 PM »
Yech - In the end,  he will be given a $500 fine set free with a warning, and that will be the end of it, until next time.
I'll bet the cops will never know why he had these explosives in the first place.

I watched his videos SAP.  He is one very ill young man.
Nothing long term can be done ---- until he kills or severely injures someone.
That is the law of our land. Hope I am wrong.
Scary stuff!!

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