Fight Crime in the World: 2011


We wonder why there is a sickness in our society which will only expand and harm more people.

This young man did nothing to deserve this, and was killed by someone who no doubt feels ashamed for what happened. It is important to bring this crime to our attention as someone knows what happened here.
We know that the perpetrators possibly have a conscience as this was not a premeditated murder. We can only hope that their families raised them to be citizens that learn from their mistakes. We make mistakes in a fit of rage, but there is no space in this world for a family to be grieving like this. There is only one thing left to do, and that is to bring your knowledge of this murder to light. Christopher Skinner did deserve to die.


Appeal For Info-Murders of Dylan Ellis + Oliver Martin 1800222tips

It is hard to imagine 3 years passing since both of these young men were taken from us. I was walking through the food court at King Street and Yonge Street on my way to finding a job. I ran into Oliver Martin, and we immediately connected, knowing that we would see eachother throughout the summer months, enjoying a patio or two. This was a special man, who tried to live life, instead of live within it. He created his life in many ways, opening his mind and creating a path for people to join him in a crusade to bring more to people while enjoying the time to get it to them.

I walked away from that conversation in the food court thinking how comfortable Oliver makes people feel. He was sure to give me his biz card so we could connect later. I just found the email we had exchanged in February which was talking about a party he was organizing for the magazine he had helped launch.

I am extremely saddened by the fact nobody has been arrested for this crime. Oliver Martin did not deserve to die. We have not heard anything from the police in a very long time regarding this case. There must be a connection that exists somewhere.

There can't be only one person who knows who killed Dylan and Oliver. Come forward and let it be known who the killer is. Save these families from having no closure. Bring one light of sunshine upon them from all of this. It is not simply for the $50,000 reward, but to stand up and say that you will not be victimized by your own thoughts. Clear your conscience, and break free from knowing and not telling.

Oliver and Dylan will always be held high in regard. The killer of these young men lives in pain everyday, and will eventually realize to come forward and let the truth be known.

Song Against Crime - Toronto, the FREE!!!
Play this instrumental for Tinie Tempah's 'Written in the Stars' while reading this song/poem

Look in and reach out to ensure you're living for more than dollars//
Our souls are prosperous//
From kids with trucks to grown ups with minds messed up//
The world rounds on financial exchange//
But the connection of brains is meant to reign//
Put those signs away, and don't flow vain//
Dollar alphabets for you to fret//
So move to a new tune, and help the world be free//
Hold money don't let it hold you down//
More pay in what you say//
Move is the direction of the few, stagnant only blows the flute//
While the laced shoe gets you to moons//
Keep that pace and rock out like boots with no gravity//
Representing longevity to make sure that you surpass these times of crime//
Where the youth get shot and stabbed and lose their shine//
What is the history, and where does death originate//
If you have blood on your hands you must unite going forth//
Does life not mean anything to those that kill?//
Death through the way you are raised, as it comes out with the drug craze//
Perhaps too much to drink, and wouldn't even remember when you awake//
But note that the origin of death can be stopped!//
We can meet you before it happens, and wherever it comes from//
Before you make that bad decision//
Where life slips through your mind and pulls the finger back//
At one point you were on that silver lined track//
Only to be met halfway like this spoken word to be removed from that line//
The threshold has swept you away to a negative place//
With no play and lack of sunshine//
No way to plant your feat to fight the wind//
Get off your seat and get out to see the way we win//
As a people we can lead and carve out a fresh destination//
With no guns, knives, hurt, sadness, only bringing fabulous//
Is it asking too much to rid the reason for criminals?//
Is there a way to propel the good, pushing crime to a minimal//


TheStar Brampton stabbing victim identified as Toronto teen

TheStar Brampton stabbing victim identified as Toronto teen

I am sick of this constant death. When will the time comes for us to wake up and realize that crime has besieged this city. We are the force of right that can battle those people that rock the boat of positivity. If we can build a voice for those we have lost, perhaps we can propel the future to forward places.

There will always be incidents where fights happen. That is an innate characteristic that will never be overcome. We still puff out our chests to look bigger, just like crocodiles do to this day.

The way we can battle this is through connecting with the people who may perpetrate. To the idiots that carry around knives for protection - be forewarned that your action to carry a weapon is what will land you a murder charge. You are the escalation to an altercation, and you should be punished severely should you be found with a weapon.


Toronto - Crime Free Weekend - July 16th, 2011

My dream would be to have every single household in Toronto collect for one hour on the sidewalks.
Imagine a night where we stood in solidarity instead of locked doors holding us back from true freedom. If there was a night for all to hold hands throughout the city, we would be able to look thy neighbour in the eye and say 'hello'. It is the unknown who hurt this city, and we can stand up against them by standing up for what we believe in.
I would like to announce the 1st Annual Toronto Holds Hands Against Crime Night. This will be a moment where all of us join forces outside for an hour of no violence! It is not hard to imagine, and we can make it a cornerstone to our demand for peace on our streets. If you have ever been impacted by crime, then now is the time to fight against those who wish ill-will toward our city.
On Saturday, July 16th, 2011 please join your city in solidarity by gathering those you love in a celebration of no crime. If we are all in this together, there will be no crime on that weekend. If crimes do take place it would be safe to say that we would have witnesses.

We can get together to fight against those who harm our existence. We know the cost of life, and how when it is surprisingly snatched from us, the impacts it weaves into our society is extremely draining.
If you are a singer, performer, have a poem, or would like to speak your mind please send me a message and we can try to build upon this idea together.
Toronto is a place of magic, as we know with our successes in every sphere of life. We need to focus our energy on fighting the evil which underlies this city. The time is now, as we have lost too many souls with the past being created.


Kearn Nedd was a Classy Person, while you were...

A message to the person who killed Kearn Nedd -

Kearn Nedd was a man of integrity, while you are a group of cowards.
Kearn Nedd stood for something in his life, while you crawl in life with no standing
Kearn Nedd had importance, representing the whole world, while you can't even represent yourself
Kearn Nedd impacts lives and motivated me through words he never saw, while you have no voice
Kearn Nedd truly was a great warrior, while you have never truly lived victorious
Kearn Nedd was a fighter from the inside out, while you can only show weakness.

With the hopes that the killers of Kearn Nedd are found, I hope to open your eyes by engaging and writing me your thoughts on this man. Did you know him personally? I can only imagine what it would be like to lose a close friend, especially where it is so sudden and nonsensical.

Hold this man in your hearts, and you will see the brilliance of his life shining throughout the years to come.
We need to share information. If you were there playing in the poker tournament, you must give all of what you know to police. It is likely that there is a connection between guests at the tournament and the perpetrators.
Firstly, you would expect cameras to be in position at any social spot. It seems that the lack of leads is causing grief to the investigation. When the cops did not immediately release descriptions, we new there was something wrong. So now we have to reach out through every means we have in order to find the gutless criminals who are a waste to our society.

I can picture Kearn as a young boy helping people get through any traumatic experiences in their lives. With the words that people offer regarding his spirit, this man was someone who made those around him better off. We need to pay attention to that. It is now our turn to 'stop the robbery of life', ensuring that these cowards do not get away with this.
If you know anything, feel free to open the conversation. If you new Kearn, feel free to let us know why he was special to you.
One thing is for sure. We need to change the way in which we live our lives, as a group. The thought process has changed, for the worse. Neandorthals would surely kill over berries and meat. I would like to think we are beyond that. As my mind races to try and figure how this murder for greed exists, I feel it must be a sign of what exists around the murderous. We are bred into our existence. I always felt that when I met someone who had a spark, I would surely see this in their parents. That has always been true!! We are the byproduct of parenting. Something tells me that the parents of the murderous fools in this city do not offer the upbringing needed to stray from crime to find success.
In fact, these troubled souls raise themselves with criminal activity because their parents have nothing to offer them, especially when it comes to building their minds.

I would like to raise a toast to those parents that give their 100% effort everyday, teaching their kids right from wrong. You are the foundation setters for the generations to come and you should be recognized for your efforts.
Clearly, Kearn Nedd had people in his life that taught him respect, and how to carry yourself. Unbelievable to think that someone can steal that history from his mind by shooting him. We need to stand up and fight these bastards!!


Crack - People Die for it - I know First Hand

Woman charged in New Year's Day murder Canada News Toronto Sun

This article is absolutely a flash back for me. Its details brought me back to the days of my sister, who died in 2009 from an overdose that was lying in wait for more than 20 years.

If you are struggling to make ands meet socially, you can always rely on a crowd with one common interest...drug use. You will grow together, experiment together, and ultimately discover that incredible new high together.

I was very young when I would hear my sister making weird noises in her bedroom, as if to be a dinosaur having troubles breathing. My mom and I would spend hours looking through Regeant Park trying to find her when she had an 'episode'. It was not comforting to see her on a street corner waiting for some to pick her up.

She had been stabbed, imprisoned, contracted HIV, and ruined her existence with us, her family.

Literally, 20 years of her in and out of my life. My grandma lived with us, which was problematic for my sister as she was hard on her for not living a justified life. Off the streets she was a lesbian, and grandma was not with that notion at all. Plus, one night, while my grandma and I were asleep, a man came into our home and robbed us while my sister was with him. We found out that it was her drug dealer she had owed money to....Come on in! What! Are you kidding me?? You would actually bring a disgusting pig like that into our home while grandma was sleeping, having her wake up to some big macho scumbag in her room. I remember her telling me she just pretended to be asleep and he eventually left jewelry in hand.

On another night I remember turning the corner to my street and seeing the lights to my moms car light up...the issue was, it was 3AM. To me, that is not a time for momma to go to the store for some bread. I knew who it was and was determined to catch up to them. I ran....I ran....and eventually got to them just as they were turning the corner. With a few bashes of the window the crackheads inside noticed who I was. Did she stop for her brother? No....Instead, she almost ran me over and took off to go get more crack.

I remember being a kid though, when my sister actually saved my life. I was 3, riding a big wheel bike and crossing the street. A station wagon did not even look, and my sister made sure it hit her first and not me. heroic in an instant, problematic for a lifetime.

These episodes of 'family visits' were extensive, and seemed to go on for years. But then something happened. I received a letter form my sister in 1999 which was a mamogram of someone's fetus. I knew the letter came from my sister, but I did not want to face the news as I knew how much of a screw up she was. To our amazement, this boy actually changed her life around for 7 years.

Helping others to stay away from the path she took, with so many dreams to become something in life. But, as crack does, the wrong situation approached her at one point, and on that morning her son was never picked up from school. This was the last point in her life. It truly was the day of reckoning, which ultimately led to her death.

The rollercoaster ride is over, and perhaps for the better. I will always remember the good times, as well as struggle to understand how you could be so affected to create the bad.

That article took me back to this place I just wrote about...I can tell you one thing, rehabilitation is for a lifetime, as I know that going to over 30 centres throughout 20 years did nothing. Crack truly does kill, and makes people miss out on the potential their loved ones once had.


New Year's slaying accused makes first court appearance | Toronto & GTA | News | Toronto Sun

New Year's slaying accused makes first court appearance Toronto & GTA News Toronto Sun

Our lives are directly impacted by other peoples actions. Many times we have no control over when or what the actions of another person will do to us.

Brian Takahashi was the victim of these outside forces, where he would defend a friend in need, willing to take the brunt of the impact, as he has done that throughout his life. Throughout all of the stories I have read, one thing reigns. This man would do anything for anybody that was in need, especially is he new they were in harms way.

If only he had known that a knife was brought to a fist fight. If only he had known that the man who killed him was in fact equipped and had practiced the use of a knife to the point of being able to murder someone by stabbing them through the heart.

We have all been in a situation that we regretted backing away from. But in most cases we look back to that moment and think of how we could have handled it in a more 'manly' way. But, as we have those thoughts, never do we suspend the thought of humility, wishing we had gone back to that event being armed with a knife to overcome that feeling of being ashamed for not standing up to someone. Never does a good citizen actually return to the event we look back to and take it into our hands with death.

If we look to the history of Luke Heath, we will most likely notice psychological issues which have reigned in his life for a long time. It is most likely luck that Luke Heath does not have a criminal record. With that being said, we know that we will be able to look back at his upbringing to notice there are clear gaps in his way of life, and 'our' way of life. To practice with a knife is to know you will be in situations that require its use. But, as most of us do not think like this, a person who feels compelled to train themselves with the use of a knife, while readily having one available for walking down the street, they are the evil that this world needs to rid itself of.

Who would ever go back? Why would a man be so stupid as to feel they should go back to escalate the issue. I hope that Luke Heath rots in jail for the rest of his life. 27 years old, and with such a primitive mind, he has robbed 40 friends of a dear friend, taken a brother away, a son away, all while trying to be a tough guy.

To anybody that was with Luke Heath that night, the apple does not fall to far from the tree, and you should all be ashamed of your actions as well.

Rest in Peace Brian.

Murder Suspect Surrenders To Police - CityNews

Murder Suspect Surrenders To Police - CityNews


Rest in Peace Brian Takahashi - We see your legacy as an honest, hardworking young man, and that will never be forgotten.


27 year old Luke Heath charged with murder of Brian Takahashi in Toronto

It was clear that this was a murder that would be solved quickly. Thank you to all that helped with the case. This never should have happened.

We live in a world that is not bound by our own decisions. The journey that each of us take is determined by our own actions and those of people we do not even know. I am sickened by the fact a young man was murdered, especially in this manner. This would not have been an issue if the group with the camera had never approached Brian and his friends in the first place.
We need to punish this man severely. Luke Heath should be inprisoned for the rest of his life as he was quick to determine the outcome of another man's life.

This reminds me of a story where a few buddies and I were walking down Queen Street @ Portland 4 months ago. We were walking and met two guys from Walkerton, Ontario. We chatted, wished eachother a good night and thought we would bump into eachother later for a drink at a bar down the street.
To my amazement, when we emerged from the bar we went to, we saw someone getting the lights kicked out of them. Literally, there were 6 guys on top of him punching him and kicking him. The beating eventually stopped as the assailants realized they were out of hand. I could not believe the impact this must have on people as out-of-towners. They wanted to see the big city for a night out, yet were greeted with getting their faces kicked in.
The sad part is, these two stories support the common feeling that Toronto is a mean place, which is voiced by those from outside the city limits constantly.

Leave a comment about how you feel? I personally have been attacked on the subway and stabbed by someone who ended up being a dangerous offender in the judicial system for raping and stabbing women. Do you have any stories to share?

Brian Takahashi, died early Saturday morning after being stabbed in an alley near Queen St. W. and Portland St. at 2:25 a.m.

I can safely tell you that the person who killed Brian Takahashi will be caught. The timeline, description, and sequence of events suggest it only takes one phone call from a friend of the suspect to place him in jail.

First of all, the suspect was with friends 1 hour before the incident, at the murder scene. They were prodding the victims with a camera, getting in their face, until they backed off out of fear. Then one of them came back by himself, armed with a knife (First degree murder).

The 'HAT' tattoo should give away who this was, and will mostr likely be a key reason for being turned in.

I heard that Brian Takashami's friend is not cooperting with police, which is detrimental to the case, especially when it is before the courts.

There are so many angles for the police to approach this case for early closure, and my hopes are with them, as should everyone's.

The killer probably did not have his knife with him the first time, but returned with it. I doubt that he had his knife at a friends house, suggesting that his place is close by. He must have been extremely skilled with the weapon in order to inflict this type of damage on two people. Yet again enforcing the notion that he lives in the area and went to his own place to grab his knife. I can't imagine it being a kitchen knife that was grabbed from a buddies place. This is a specific knife which the killer was most likely trained with in martial arts.