THUNDER BAY CRIME RATE EXPECTED TO RISE WITH NEW POLICY
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ September 17, 2022 (LSNews) Inside Edition has learned that Provincial Crown Attorney’s Office informed the court this morning, Saturday September 17,2022 that criminals who belong in jail will most likely be released from custody due to the current outbreak of the sniffles at the Thunder Bay Jail.
You may recall that Inside Edition reported on the current outbreak & lockdown at the Thunder Bay Jail on Thursday, September 15,2022.
One source indicates that Chief Medical Officer Janet Demille may have had substantial influence in this new unofficial policy by the Crown’s Office.
There has not been a single documented case of a death resulting from the virus at the Thunder Bay Jail.
Citizens of Thunder Bay should brace themselves as our already high crime rate is expected to rise as a result of these new actions.
Inside Edition has learned that taxpayer subsidized media l are aware of this, but refusing to warn the public.
September 15, 2022 Story
OUTBREAK AT THE THUNDER BAY JAIL
NUMEROUS INMATES REPORTING CASES OF THE SNIFFLES
Inside Edition sources indicate that over ten inmates at the Thunder Bay Jail have tested positive for the C*v*d virus.
Several inmates are experiencing cases of the sniffles.
A few inmates at the jail are experiencing sore rectums, but that’s not believed to be related to the virus.
The outbreak caused chaos with the courts yesterday, Thursday September 14,2022. One courtroom did not finish until 7pm due to the extra time required to get prisoners due to the “droplet isolation” protocols in place.
One source indicates that Thunder Bay Health Unit Chief Medical Officer Janet DeMille wants the inmates released on to the community so they can stay in a hotel again.
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