the Daye. Update for Thursday December 16, 2010

It seems the Toronto Police Service is continuing it's G20 style service of doing nothing when crimes are being committed. The Toronto Star reports that defense lawyer Ehsan Ghebrai alleges that when he noticed his 2004 Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle was missing recently he was told by someone at 52 Division that they didn't have the resources and he should ask his condo for surveillance footage.

Earlier this week a massive snowstorm shut down highway 402 in southwestern Ontario. As of yesterday afternoon all the stranded travelers had been rescued and no injuries were reported. Today it was reported that a man's body was found 50 metres from his stranded car on Tuesday afternoon. Once again, I cannot stress how important it is to have an emergency kit in your vehicle, especially during the winter months.

Julian Assange of Wikileaks fame has been released on bail in the UK. According to a report on The Globe & Mail website;
"The 39-year-old Wikileaks founder, and world-renown whistleblower, smiled broadly, punched fists with his lawyer through the rails of the courtroom dock, and gave a “thumbs up” to 200 spectators at London’s High Court Thursday."

The group known as 'Anonymous' which claimed responsibility for hacking MasterCard's website last week released a video on December 14th vowing to defend Assange. Here it is:

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