18 February 2011

Kyle McKee Is In Jail

First, there's a story on the bonehead assaults in Edmonton on CBC. Nothing new really, as it covers everything we had learned earlier. However, the good news we wanted to share but which we had alluded to in our last article before discussing the Edmonton assault is that Kyle McKee is in jail.

McKee was picked up a few days ago and has been behind bars since his arrest. We assume that his incarceration is in large part as result of the threats made against Devine, but perhaps there's more to it than even that.

McKee's bail hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.

Time will tell what this will mean for March 19 when Blood & Honour (Aryan Guard) was planning on organizing a rally in Calgary. We're not sure the city needs or wants another black eye that the last march in 2009 resulted in.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

If all they've got him for is uttering threats, that's unfortunately not a very serious charge. Hopefully they're using this to get evidence tying him to the actual assault.

Anonymous said...

Great, can't wait for all the whining from Pauli about this political prisoner of war (lol), the facebook group to support the poor guy and the resulting war on the usual facebook profiles.
Popcorn anyone?

Anonymous said...

Uttering threats
Criminal harassment
Weapons dangerous
Etc, etc...

All seem completely appropriate.

Anonymous said...

Oh im sure the little guy will be fine. He'll just snitch his way out like he did last time :)

Anonymous said...

i wonder if natalie will back out of the movemint again since kyle is in jail

Anonymous said...

While it is true that Kyle McKee may be in jail only for a short period of time, the (kinda) sad part is that this guy will wake up one day and think "where did my life go?" Who can be so idiotic to spend his or her youth going in and out of jail, especially for a cause as moronic as that of "white nationalism?" I can only hope this guy dies soon from gonorrhoea or something so my tax dollars can be better spent...

nos200 said...

We understand, but we would prefer that McKee come to his senses (whichever he has left) and rejects this crap. We know, it's unlikely. We can hope though. In the meantime, want him away from the public.

Anonymous said...

"Who can be so idiotic to spend his or her youth going in and out of jail, especially for a cause as moronic as that of "white nationalism?""

The problem is not the young kids, but people like Paul Fromm who feed their minds with all that bullshit.

You find those 'leaders' in every country with a healthy racist scene, they use the kids to do the dirty work, then drop them or tell them they are 'prisoners of war', wasting their life for the sick minded ideology that those idiots hammer in their heads.

Until they actually understand that they are being used, they will have no hope for a better life. At the same time Pauli and other assholes sit home in their comfy houses and laugh about them.

nos200 said...

And he does laugh. All the way to the bank. It's funny how he comments on Mr. Warman targeting boneheads, describing them as being poor. Yet, we don't know of a single case where Paulie has helped foot the legal bills of the people he uses.

Anonymous said...

So with Kyle blabbing on about going back to Jasons house. Would that not make Kyle a rat for putting himself at the scene of a crime?

Anonymous said...

if there are any arrests in that home invasion this far after it'll be obvious where the cops got their tip.

maybe kyle will transfer to Bowden?

Anonymous said...

I wonder which bonehead Natalie will hook up with next while Kyle is in jail. Also, I don't know how things work in Canada, but here in US if you're on parole or probation, it's not the small charges such as threats that would get you in trouble, but the fact that you got charged with them while on parole or probation, thus violating it. I'm optimistic about that aspect possibly getting him some extra jail time.

Anonymous said...

Jeez, If he cant stay outta jail, the least he can do is wear longer pants.