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Toronto: Race-Based Crime Data for 2021 (Unofficial)


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In 2020, Toronto saw 460 shootings and 39 people killed from guns. All tragic, yet one stands out: 12 year old Dante Sebastian Andreatta. This would be my vote for renaming “Dundas Street”.

At the halfway point of 2021, Toronto has seen 30 homicides and 18 fatal shootings. Statistically, the Black community is more impacted than others. Hopefully, we start talking about the problems creating these tragedies and useless shootings/tragedies can end. It seems no one wants to recognize the threat of gun violence to the City of Toronto and disproportionately, the Black community. I would just that every politician that ignores these facts, and every media outlet that hides this data, are complicit.

Its time to look at the data and take appropriate action to increase safety in this city and especially in areas where people are at risk.

2021: July 1, 2021

30 Homicides

The 18 homicides related to gun crimes have the following statuses as of July 1, 2021. All suspects are suspects and have not been proven guilty or innocent. All of this information should be fact-checked as I am not a journalist or a government employee. I have no access to records-only information available online. Please correct me in comments.

Shooting: 18

Stabbing: 3

Unknown: 9

 

Two of the 18 victims have no descriptions or photo or certainty of how they identified.  They are:

1.     Abdulrahman Patel, 21  N/A. There is a suspect: Imran Immamdeen, 32,

2.     Gedi Ali Gedi, N/A The suspect is the Toronto Police Services as this allegedly occurred during a police interaction while the TPS were investigating another murder.

The unofficial racial make-up of the remaining 15 victims of fatal shootings are as follows:

11/16 identified victims are Black

2/16 White

1/16 Asian

2/16 other/unknown

Suspects

13/18 homicides by gun have either no suspect, no photo, a protected identity (youth), a Police shooting. For the five suspects who have their race identified by photo, all  5/5 known races are Black.

The race of the suspects for the 18 gun homicides are as follows:

1 Protected as under-aged: YOA

1 Police

5 No suspects

6 No photo

All fatal shootings with confirmed photo identification indicate a Black suspect.

The 6 homicides with suspects but with no photos are:

Karim Cadoo, Elvis Cadoo, 24, and Imron Samuel, 37:  x2 homicides.

Kevon Shemar Foo, 24, Day Juan Francis, 21, and Jasanthan Kandiah, 21

Imran Immamdeen

Henok Mesgena and 20-year-old Lee-Davis Rurimirije 

Soreeysa Abdi, 26,

The truth is that an honest conversation is well past due. Systemic racism is not killing people in the city. Nazi organizations are not behind any shootings. The Police are not “hunting and murdering” anyone. Legal gun owners are not responsible for shootings.

Here is an unofficial list of the 30 murders at the halfway point in 2021. Again, very unofficial and requires fact-checking. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty and my data is not reliable. Hopefully, a real journalist will take an interest and spark an honest, meaningful, evidence-driven conversation about crime in Toronto.

 

June 30, 2021: 2021 Homicides to date (30)

 

 

1.    StabbingVictim: Mohamed Jeylani, 25, Black.

Suspect: Guled Mohamad, 24, Black

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/scarborough-stabbing-mohamed-jeylani-minnesota-1.5873043

2.    Shooting: Victim: Tyjjuan Kidd-Bailey, 20, Black

Suspect: Deandre Cadougan, 19, Black

https://www.toronto.com/news-story/10314397-toronto-man-arrested-in-murder-of-20-year-old-brampton-man-tyijuan-kidd-bailey/

3.    Shooting: Victim: Leah St. Jean, 32,  32, White

        Suspect: Soreeysa Abdi, 26, unknown

https://www.baytoday.ca/local-news/former-north-bay-woman-murdered-in-toronto-3292088

4.    Shooting: Victim: Sirac Tesfay, 23, unknown/racialized

Suspects (2): 20-year-old Toronto resident Henok Mesgena and 20-year-old Lee-Davis Rurimirije, unknown

 

https://www.toronto.com/news-story/10327470-man-killed-in-midtown-toronto-shooting-a-compassionate-friend-to-so-many-/

 

5.    Shooting: Victim: Hashim Omar Hashi, 20, Black,

Suspect: Hassan Ali, 22, Black

 

https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/toronto-rapper-wanted-for-murder-may-have-travelled-to-western-canada-police-say-1.5479065

 

6.    Shooting: Victim: Abdulrahman Patel, 21, unknown

Suspect: Imran Immamdeen, 32, unknown/n/a

 

https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/arrest-made-in-scarborough-shooting-that-left-21-year-old-man-dead-1.5300416

 

7.    Shooting: Victim: Cam-Thanh Tat, 62, Asian

 Suspect- 16 year old youth

 

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/cam-thanh-tat-teen-charged-murder-scarborough-1.5920739

 

8.    Shooting: Victim: Michael Opong Berchie, 23, Black

Suspects (3): Kevon Shemar Foo, 24, Day Juan Francis, 21, and Jasanthan Kandiah, 21, all unknown, no details/photos available

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/7641752/michael-opong-berchie-murder-charges-toronto/

 

9.    Shooting: Victim: Harry Lainas, 47, White

 Suspects: NONE

 

https://www.cp24.com/news/police-identify-man-fatally-shot-in-garage-of-danforth-condo-building-1.5303400

 

 

10. Unknown: Victim: Nathaniel Brettell, 57, White

 Suspect:  Ahmed Al-Farkh, 34

https://www.cp24.com/news/suspect-charged-in-murder-of-missing-57-year-old-etobicoke-man-1.5425096

 

 

11. Shooting: Victim: Paul Dunkley, 28, Black

Suspects (2) Black

 

https://www.cp24.com/news/man-shot-in-head-in-etobicoke-plaza-dies-of-injuries-police-1.5317960

 

12. Unknown: Victim: Amanda Killeen, 33, n/a/unknown

 Suspects (2) Orson York, 59 and Gedi Ali Gedi, 45, not available/unknown

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/7665069/toronto-police-charge-man-missing-woman-homicide/

 

13. Shooting: Gedi Ali Gedi, 45, unknown, not available

 Suspects: Police Interaction

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/7665069/toronto-police-charge-man-missing-woman-homicide/

 

14. Unknown: Victim: Kathleen Hatcher, 69, White

 Suspect Colin Hatcher (son) 37, unknown, no photo available ( likely White?)

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/7670587/kathleen-hatcher-murder-colin-hatcher/

 

15. Unknown: Victim: Rupert Brown, 38, Black Suspect (partner)

Suspect: Rupert Brown, 38, Black

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/7673048/rupert-brown-murder-toronto/

 

 

16. Stabbing: Victim: Arturo Acuna, 70, Latino

Suspect: Ronnie Acuna (son), no photo available

 

https://www.cp24.com/mobile/news/son-in-custody-after-70-year-old-man-fatally-stabbed-in-north-york-1.5339861?cache=

 

17. Unknown: 2 year old- no details provided

 

18. Shooting: Victim: Habil Abdilahi Hassan,, 21, Black

 

Suspects (2):   Mohamed Hassan, 20, Black, Antwan Triston James, 18, Black

 

https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/warrant-issued-for-second-suspect-in-etobicoke-drive-by-killing-1.5385092

 

19. Unknown: Victim: Cynthia Coffey, 64, White

 Suspect: Hugo Munoz, 46, no photo available

 

https://toronto.citynews.ca/2021/04/05/cynthia-coffey-homicide-man-charged-toronto-police/

 

 

 

20. Stabbing: Victim: Ka Chai Ho, 75 (Asian)

Suspect: Pak-lin Pauline Ho, 62 (wife), Asian

 

https://www.cp24.com/news/62-year-old-woman-charged-in-connection-with-husband-s-stabbing-death-in-north-york-1.5373874

 

 

21. Shooting: Drai Hugh Wilson, 21, Black

Suspects: 18-year-old Kymani Mignott, Black 22-year-old Givonn Bowen-Wright and 19-year-old Reginald Obeng, and 21-year-old Ainsley McNaught

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/7839494/toronto-police-drai-hugh-wilson-homicide-charges/

 

 

22. Unknown: Victim: Paul Day, 54, White

Suspect 40-year-old Courtney Michael Tenn, unknown, not available, no photo

 

https://www.cp24.com/news/man-charged-in-connection-with-disappearance-of-54-year-old-man-1.5392030?cache=yes%3Fcli

 

23. Shooting: Odale Leslie, 28, Black

Suspects: NONE

 

https://torontosun.com/news/crime/police-identify-man-killed-in-brazen-etobicoke-shooting

 

 

24. Unknown: Victim:  Daisy Sehgal, 46

NO SUSPECTS/Case “closed as murder-suicide?”

 

https://www.cp24.com/news/police-not-looking-for-suspects-in-woman-s-murder-after-two-found-dead-at-home-in-scarborough-1.5441036?cache=yes%2F7.363087

 

 

25. Shooting: Victim: Keron BRATHWAITE, 27, Black

 

Suspects NO SUSPECTS

 

https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/police-identify-man-27-fatally-shot-in-toronto-1.5466067

 

 

26. Shooting: Daniel Fung, 25, racialized

 Suspects (3) Twenty-six-year-old Karim Cadoo, Elvis Cadoo, 24, and Imron Samuel, 37, no photos available, unknown

 

https://toronto.citynews.ca/2021/06/26/charges-danforth-road-thicketwood-drive-double-homicide/

 

27. Shooting: Mohamed Moallim, 23, Black

 Suspects 93): Twenty-six-year-old Karim Cadoo, Elvis Cadoo, 24, and Imron Samuel, 37, No photos available/unknown

 

https://toronto.citynews.ca/2021/06/26/charges-danforth-road-thicketwood-drive-double-homicide/

 

28. Shooting: Brendon Kirk Daley, 28, Black

 Suspects: NO SUSPECTS

 

 

https://www.toronto.com/news-story/10416283-toronto-man-gunned-down-at-party-near-tretheway-drive-and-eglinton-avenue-west/

 

 

29. No data

 

30. Shooting: Diquan Olive-Service, 27, Black

Suspects: No SUSPECTS

 

https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2021/06/29/toronto-shooting-victim-remembered-as-youth-role-model.html

 

**Please update data in comments. All data requires verification.

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2 hours ago, OntarioRacism2021 said:

In 2020, Toronto saw 460 shootings and 39 people killed from guns. All tragic, yet one stands out: 12 year old Dante Sebastian Andreatta. This would be my vote for renaming “Dundas Street”.

Dante was killed as the victim of a stray bullet in a street gang shootout.

Most of these case start with some race wanting to shoot another member of the same race for reasons having nothing to do with race.

How are you finding racism in that?

 

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These numbers are similar to something I did a couple of years ago in Ottawa when I looked up each of the homicides and found that virtually everyone involved was Somalian or Arabic. There is a problem within certain immigrant communities which the government and media refuse to even admit much less confront. Canadas gun violence problem is mostly an immigrant/ethnic, aborigine problem. And until that is admitted and confronted it's not going to get any better.

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Watched a documentary on aboriginal gangs in Winnipeg that have similar stats on killing and shootings, They " guys making the documentary" blame poverty, no education, but the gang members quote a different story  access to quick money and a lot of it drugs, booze, being above the law, doing what ever they wanted to do, a sense of belonging to something....and not willing to work and scratch for a living... It's about choices, And why do Canadians  think all of this is our fault somehow we have failed this group, and we should shed tears for them, look at how they represent the majority in jails , or the most children in child services.  

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On 7/4/2021 at 9:56 AM, Argus said:

These numbers are similar to something I did a couple of years ago in Ottawa when I looked up each of the homicides and found that virtually everyone involved was Somalian or Arabic. There is a problem within certain immigrant communities which the government and media refuse to even admit much less confront. Canadas gun violence problem is mostly an immigrant/ethnic, aborigine problem. And until that is admitted and confronted it's not going to get any better.

It's called and due to the multiculturalism and diversity Marxist programs and agendas that is causing the problem mentioned above. Canada never had these many kinds of shootings and killings on the streets going on until we changed our immigration policy of favoring more non-white immigration than white immigration. All we are doing thanks to this massive third world immigration policy is importing more trouble makers. 

There lies the problem which no politician dares to mention. Why? Because our politicians already know that they are the real problem. Canada must implement a moratorium on all immigration for at least seven years or more until things start to settle down. Toronto was once known for being good, but now, Toronto is now known for being bad. Massive third world immigration has been a big factor in all of these shootings and killing crimes that have turned Toronto into a bad city to want to live in. My opinion of course. 😇

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The OP is a nicely researched soliloquy. But it's also sopping wet horse kaka. Compare intact families of caucasians to black or native. You'll find a major cause of this violence there.

Then there's the idiotic immigration policies of this Pixie-Dust administration. Gawd damn stupid and dangerous. 

Try something new. Research THE CAUSES of the gun violence. 

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On 1/16/2022 at 9:10 AM, Nationalist said:

The OP is a nicely researched soliloquy. But it's also sopping wet horse kaka. Compare intact families of caucasians to black or native. You'll find a major cause of this violence there.

Then there's the idiotic immigration policies of this Pixie-Dust administration. Gawd damn stupid and dangerous. 

Try something new. Research THE CAUSES of the gun violence. 

White nationalist colonizers feeling threatened?  

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9 hours ago, H B Lowrey said:

White nationalist colonizers feeling threatened?  

I'm white and I wear it well. So what? Is skin color all important? Why do you find tacking "white" to the term "nationalist" to the front, important?

Beginning to warp my statement I think.

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