Fight Crime in the World: September 2013


Anthony Koko Chang - Auto Insurance Claim Murder

Our system is very rewarding to hard work.  It is extremely forgiving to those that do not make mistakes.  But, it is also very strict on many punishments, especially when the profit of insurance companies is at stake.
If you get into an accident, you will certainly be paying back the insurance company over time.  They raise your rates for a speeding ticket!! For 3 years, if they can.  

Is the system flawed when someone dies over the threat of filing an insurance claim?  Is the individual insane because they become violent over the fear of economic sanctions placed on them by their insurance provider?

Both can be viewed as a piece to the issue.  Here, the structure of a man's life led to the fatality that awaited Anthony Koko Chang.  The killer, Kinnarine Keshan Maharaj, had probably messed up many times in his life.  His youth brought mistakes on the regular, and the pressure from his family was probably immense.  Where else could he get the motivations to murder someone over a traffic violation?  Kinnarine probably backed out of his original deal with Mr. Chang, where he was going to give him $1000 to not have a claim filed.

All he had to do was pay the money.  Mr. Chang was willing to help him!! Instead he took a knife to Mr. Chang's house and killed him.  

How blind can one be?  Did he think he would get away with this?  It makes no sense.  There must be a history of mental illness with this man. 

Here are some links to the story:

Kinnarine Keshan Maharaj has a lot of explaining to do, and he will be answering his own questions for the rest of his life, without being able to retract his actions.  If you were seeking to be a part of this society, as a new member of our nation, you went about in the wrong way.  Your desire to cause pain so you could try to selfishly evade your error will be paid for by you, and only you.  It makes me sick to know that you had only lived here for 6 years, and you have caused grief for a family by murdering Mr. Anthony Change.  Not only that, but we have to pay the thousands of dollars to detain you every month while you are in custody.  

This is the type of human that should be banished to an island where he can fend for himself, instead of our tax dollars getting him by.  

Rest in Peace Mr. Chang.  

Violent Crime Rests Within Petty Crimes

If NEw York can drastically reduce violent crimes, then so to can Toronto.  Comparing the two cities, yes New York has more crime, but statistically, the rates have dropped 10 fold since Rudy Guiliani was the Mayor.

His approach was to tackle the petty crime, since the person who robbed somebody could easily be the same criminal that murders someone.  With stiffer sentences, and and more money put toward petty crime investigations, New York got their wish.

There are too many times where we do not catch the small crime culprits.  If we created the petty crime newspaper and a portion was related to broadcasting the crime, with the other aspect devoted to the capturing of the criminals; the pages of the act occurring would always outweigh the apprehensions.

Is it fair to say that the person who steels a bike when they are 14, that they could blossom into a thriving drug dealer?  Would it be justified to then say that he drug dealer could then look to more profit by selling hardcore drugs like cocaine?  Once in that world, there is no telling what they could do.  They are then feeding, and being associated directly to intense criminal activity, where people are murdered everyday within it.

These criminals do it because it is easy.  They do not want to go through the maze of achieving through hard work.  Buy drugs, sell drugs.  Buy guns, sell guns.  It is much easier then going through school, then proving your worth over years of dedicated work in the office place.

Solution could be offering easy access.  Do these criminals ever have a chance of going to Yale?  No.  Many criminals do not even foresee the chance to go to York University.  We should allow easier access to education, and at a cheaper rate.  They select to deal drugs because there is nothing else out there that is as profitable and as easy.  Perhaps if we gave them a diploma, and a career, they would thrive within a new workplace.

Once we open the doors to education, and jobs, we will then see a decrease in petty crimes, which will directly result in long term reductions in violent crime as there would be no progression for individuals to higher risk activity.  More people would be a member of society.  


Antiq Hennis Murder - 1 Year Old Killed!

How is it that someone can actually shoot a 1 year by accident, when it is to be gang related hit on the father who was strolling the carriage.

I can understand someone missing and shooting the father in the leg or maybe his shoulder.  But, to hit the baby in the head and then not shoot anymore to ensure the target is dead, that makes no sense.

This is a very weird circumstance, and I think someone needs to look a bit deeper into the fathers past and present.  This sick SOB lives a life of danger, and to be walking around with a baby while you are caught up in it is just wrong.

This is a prime example of evil.  The coward who did this will die everyday for the rest of his life.  The shame is that what is done is done, and nothing can be done to change it.  Antiq Hennis was not deserving of this.  Nobody is, but the reality is that if you get caught up in it, there is no way to stop random violence from happening.

Toronto Dooring Incidents

In a city that seems to track everything, it is a wonder that we do not track dooring incidents.  I currently have a friend who is being sued for dooring a female cyclist in Toronto.  She broke her Pelvis and is clearly the type to try for anything she can get.  I do not necessarily blame her, but is it fair to say that she too needs to be more vigilant?  Was she wearing the right reflective gear?  After all, it was night time.  Did she only have a reflecting light on her rear?  I know my friends truck is massive, so the large swinging door may break something, but I also know that he would look first, as he claims to have done.

We always have to be conscious of the biker.  But, is the biker reckless to us?  I believe there are many cases where they could have done more to protect themselves.  How about the guy who had a squirrel latch onto his front tire, only to have the squirrel lodge itself in his forks, sending him head over handlebars, with no helmet!!  Yes, this happened.  Perhaps a helmet...

The Toronto Police Service wants to start tracking these incidents if it is absolutely necessary.  I believe tracking them is a good thing, but until that moment, I do not think you can sue someone for it.  I do not speak for this woman, but I can say that if she had been a bit more vigilant, she could have noticed the chance that the door was going to open.  It was also a downhill ride for her, and it was raining.  This makes it even harder for the driver to notice someone speeding down the hill. 

I do not believe that he should be held responsible for this case, since it is not a law, there was reduced vision, and the cyclist needed to be more aware in order to help her case.

Here is a new site that is dedicated to tracking dooring incidents in Toronto:

Oliver Martin and Dylan Ellis Murder

Here we are, 5 years later and still, no answers in the death of Oliver Martin and Dylan Ellis.

How is it that we can go this long?
Why is there nobody that can piece together the clues?
It is clear to me that this crime has serious randomness, which is making it impossible to solve.

The boys were on there way home, and had left the house they were watching the basketball game in.  They only returned because they had to give the keys back to the owner.  Odd.....How is it that the killer was targeting them if he did not try to shoot them when they first left?

The interaction with the killer was very brief, and did not warrant a fight or death.  He literally walked up to the car and started shooting.  I feel strongly that booze was involved, and that the killer felt slighted by them for some wrong reason, and then took his anger out on the two boys.

If the killer is out there and able to look back at his past, I hope he sees the need for him to say something.  Even if he is not going to be charged, he could at least communicate with the families to tell them why it happened.  It has been so long, and the families feel sick ever since it happened.

Please, if you know of anything that has happened in these cases, you must come forward.

You must say something now....