Wednesday, July 8, 2020

‘General’ Bill Horrace whacked in home invasion - update

Keiron Gregory, 22, of North York, has been charged with the second-degree murder of Bill Horrace, 44, who was gunned down after four men forced their way into an east London home. London police also arrested cop Trevor Gregory, 46, of the Toronto Police Service for breach of trust. Trevor Gregory is a detective constable at 53 division in midtown, with 21 years of service. He has been suspended with pay.
44-year-old Bill Horrace, a former General in the National Patriotic Front of Liberia was shot and killed in London, Ontario. The NPFL was a rebel group under the leadership of Charles Taylor. It was involved in the First Liberian Civil War from 1989 to 1996. The dead man was a leader in the most brutal rebel faction in Liberia and is described as 'ruthless'. He was accused of atrocities beyond comprehension and died as he lived.

He was known to be in Toronto as early as 2008.
Under Canada’s Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act, anyone who has committed gross human rights violations can be criminally charged, regardless of their legal status in Canada or where the alleged atrocities took place. The reality appears to be that Canada is a safe haven for world famous war criminals.