Friday, March 23, 2018
Ronjot Singh Dhami and 2 pals are wanted for a brutal March 13 attack of a 29-year-old autistic man in the bus station next to Square One in Mississauga
No one in Canadian policing cares that wanted fugitive Ronjot Singh Dhami’s lawyer suggests he may turn himself in on Monday.
The manhunt for Dhami and his fellow alleged punks, who are wanted on Canada-wide warrants, is in high gear no matter how much nonsense is spun.
In 30 years of journalism, I have never heard of a lawyer saying his client “maintains his innocence” but will come in at his convenience. That was a new one.
But since he did go public with this, my suggestions for counsel Jag Virk is to gently ask his client if he wouldn’t mind — if it doesn’t put him out any and if he won’t miss any social appointments or have his feelings hurt — dropping by the Peel Regional Police’s 12 Division a little sooner.
Like maybe right now?
Let’s get this straight. You Ronjot and your pals are wanted for a brutal March 13 attack of a 29-year-old autistic man in the bus station next to Square One in Mississauga. The attack was caught on a video that went viral, but you want a leisurely long weekend of freedom before facing charges?
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday!
Noonish Monday work for you? Maybe get a nice breakfast in and a workout? How about a roller blade?
Perhaps, be so kind and ask Parmvir Singh Chahil, 21, who’s also wanted for the attack, to pop by too?
And the third unknown sluggo?
Peel Regional Police are looking for three men in connection with the beating of an autistic man at Square One bus terminal on Tuesday, March 13, 2018.
Why not make it April 1. Not only is that day appropriate, it’s also what the suspect must think that the people trying to catch him must be. All I know is if someone gets hurt in the days of freedom or somebody decides to flee, there’s going to be some interesting conversations with anybody who may be helping these guys hide out.
It seems these suspects don’t seem to have any idea who they are dealing with. This is No Deal Peel. They catch and convict criminals. So good luck Ronjot. The fool is you.
True you have a head start but when Peel is on the chase, you might want to look over your shoulder because they and their law enforcement partners across the country just might be there. They are looking under every rock and I hope they catch you.
Peel Regional Police believe the three people caught on surveillance footage attacking a man could be from B.C.
In fact, I want to help. I found some new pictures of Dhami from his younger days so you can see him fresh faced, just in case it occurs to him to shave.
If you see any of them, don’t approach. Just call your police department.
One good thing about these guys being on the loose is it’s giving law enforcement more time to gather evidence. For example, one thing officers have learned is that Dhami was known to police in British Columbia and was hoping to get a permanent residence here.
“He had applied for an Ontario driver’s licence,” an Government of Ontario source told me.
Parmvir Singh Chahil, 25, is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant, suspected of being one of three men caught on video attacking a helpless man with autism at a Mississauga bus station on March 13, 2018.
In fact, he had just applied for it before this incident in which three guys were seen on video pummelling an innocent autistic man taking off his roller blades. “Police went out to the address he put down and found it didn’t exist,” said the source, adding “ironically the pretend address was next to where the bus terminal is.”
Peel Police would not comment but acknowledged they are following up on many leads.
This was a vicious assault that broke an innocent man’s nose but also has created trust and fear issues for the fine soul who didn’t deserve to be picked on just because he was sitting there in a vulnerable state.
The bad news is the alleged attackers are still on the loose. The good news is there is not one person who follows the news in Canada who is not on the lookout for them.
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