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That dude laying down infront of the car was he knocked out?
Originally Posted by TRDood
A guy got crushed in front of the car?
it looks like he was knocked out by the police in that photo, not sure. hopefully that guy and the guys along the wall are the culprits and were arrested.
in the meantime, some vcc members (myself included) are organizing a meet where we can collect money for our friend towards another EF shell. if you guys would like to contribute, please let me know. i will post more details later on as they are available. i encourage others to do the same for Roach in light of the financial burden that he has been placed in with his vehicle!
Now that I know the story... I have to say that it is a beautiful shot and the photographer was there at the right spot and the right time and caught it... a moment of peace amidst all the chaos. This is something I would frame on the wall for sure.
ICBC offers facial-recognition technology to Vancouver police’s riot investigation
By Stephen Hui, June 17, 2011
Since 2009, the Insurance Corporation of B.C. has used facial-recognition technology to catch theft and fraud related to driver licences.
Now, the Crown corporation is offering to let Vancouver police use this technology for a very different purpose—to nab rioters who committed crimes in the wake of the Canucks’ Stanley Cup loss.
“Subject to receipt of a court order, the corporation’s facial-recognition technology will be able to support the identification of suspects,” states a news release issued today (June 17) by Premier Christy Clark’s office.
ICBC’s technology works by analyzing unchanging characteristics of faces, such as the distance between the eyes and the size and location of cheekbones.
The B.C. government also announced today that the Criminal Justice Branch has a team of Crown prosecutors ready to handle the prosecution of crimes related to the June 15 riot.
According to the release, the RCMP and Lower Mainland police forces have agreed to work on these cases with the Vancouver police in an Integrated Coordinated Investigation Team.
The provincial government has also launched a Facebook page called Heroes of British Columbia.
British Columbians are being encouraged to use the page to share “positive stories of volunteers, good Samaritans, emergency services personnel and others coming together”.
The government plans to publicly honour people who “demonstrated bravery and heroism during the chaos after the 2011 Stanley Cup final” in the weeks ahead.
[04-06, 11:34]radiomanI'm doing happy hour with bj#3 today
[07-04, 10:27]radiomani need just the tip
[22-12, 08:51]mellomandidnt think and went in straight..scrapped like a bitch
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[17-09, 12:08]FastAnna I like dat
Lol is that guy talking on his phone while knocking him out? can't see from phone
Just read 20+ pages of this thread. Pretty awesome how you rs'ers found so many people and I sure hope you all reported them! Posted via RS Mobile