RCMP say both of the injured Mounties

If Edith Wharton lived in the Age of Innocence, surely we now live in the Age of Deception. Lying seems to have taken center stage in the lives of our political leaders. Last week former presidential candidate John Edwards was indicted for misappropriation of campaign funds and lying about it concealing his extramarital affair and his illegitimate child along the way. Another recent potential presidential candidate, Mark Sanford, governor of South Carolina, forfeited all chance at the Oval Office by having an affair with an Argentine woman and lying about the use of state funds to fly down to South America for romps with her while claiming he was hiking the Appalachian Trail. Bodybuilder turned movie star turned governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger dominated tabloid headlines three weeks ago with the disclosure of his illegitimate child. media. Only three years earlier, New York Governor Eliot Spitzer had to resign after his hotel trysts with high priced call girls came to light. About that same time, Bernard Madoff scammed $65 billion via his gargantuan Ponzi scheme and led a cavalcade of lesser Ponzi artists to the courts for cheating and lying. Sports stars routinely lie as well, whether about illegal performance enhancing drug use or their own sexual conquests, as we learned with A Rod and Tiger Woods. Dominique Strauss Kahn, has recently been charged with assaulting a maid in a Manhattan hotel room. He denies the charges and claims the sex was consensual. Is he lying? We don’t know yet.

“I’m proud of my son,” Hlne Rousseau told reporters in French about Ross, a police dog services handler with the Codiac RCMP. “He loved his work he lived and breathed his work.”Ross was a father and a man “who had a great amount of faith,” she said.On mobile? Watch the news conference with Dave Ross’s family hereReflecting on her last phone call with her son, Rousseau said she remembered speaking with him earlier this month on a video chat and watching him interact with her grandson.”I saw so much love in his eyes. I’ll remember it as a good memory,” she said.Hlne Rousseau, mother of slain RCMP Const. Dave Ross, speaks with reporters at a press conference about her son. (CBC)”Two days before his death http://la-articlehunter.com/general/to-see-all-content-on-the-sun-please-use-the-site-map/, before we hung up, he said, ‘Mom, never forget that I love you.'”Ross was named among three RCMP officers killed in the Moncton shooting. Two other officers were wounded. RCMP say both of the injured Mounties, constables ric Stphane J. Dubois and Marie Darlene Goguen, have since been released from hospital.In a statement Friday, the three slain officers were identified as:Const. Dave Ross, 32, from Victoriaville, Que.Const. Fabrice Georges Gevaudan, 45, who was born in Boulogne Billancourt, France.Const. Douglas James Larche, 40, from Saint John.”This is a trying time for our members as we have lost three of our own and two more are hospitalized,” RCMP Assistant Commissioner Roger Brown said in the statement.”I commend our members for their dedication and professionalism as they were able to stay focused on the task at hand and getting results throughout this ordeal bringing the situation to a quick end.”.

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