On Sunday, October 25, 2020, Jakub Sudomericky was callously murdered over six feet of floor tile.
COVID insanity and fear, fueled by a months-long 24×7 media blitz, has reduced us to such a state of purpetual fear we’re willing to kill someone for violating social distancing rules.
This is the all-too-predictable outcome of a national policy of fear, distrust and government-promoted snitch lines all designed to keep us terrified.
While inside a Danforth Village liquor store, an argument broke out between Sudomericky and another man and woman over social distancing. Both parties left the store after completing their purchases and the disagreement continued in the parking lot.
Moments later, Sudomericky was seen running through the parking lot.
Gunshots rang out and Jakub Sudomericky fell to the ground with a single gunshot wound in his back.
He died a short time later in hospital.
An eagle-eyed liquor store employee took down the licence plate of the suspected getaway vehicle and gave it to police. A short time later they arrested 20-year-old Michael Roberts and charged him with first-degree murder.
“The suspect fled the scene in a vehicle and a civilian witness passed the licence plate of the vehicle on to police through a 911 call,” said Detective Amanda Thornton.
“Responding officers located the vehicle within eight minutes of the shooting and less than two kilometres away from the scene.”
Police refuse to say whether the murder weapon was recovered or if Michael Roberts, the alleged murderer, has a valid Possession and Acquisition Licence to legally own guns.
In March, a man with the same name as Jakub Sudomericky was arrested in possession of a large quantity of pot, a small amount of cocaine, several cell phones, scales, a large amount of cash, and a knife.
Jakub Sudomericky was charged with
- possession of cannabis for the purpose of traficking
- possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime over $5,000
- possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose
- driving while under a criminal code suspension
There is no public record of his scheduled June court appearance.
It is also not known if this Jakub Sudomericky is the same one who was murdered.