Frank Magazine boldly released the 911 calls from the Portapique, Nova Scotia mass shooting, highlighting the fact that predictive policing methodology gets people killed.
Needless to say, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are mad about that, because it reveals that they were more concerned with public relations, and “the nnarrativethan they were about the loss of life, including children.
Here is the proof of that, from Frank Magazine
Click the link, its quite telling. The callers named the shooter, identified his profession, and the fact that he was driving a police car, but the RCMP didnt mention that to the public until ten hours later, because they were busy crafting a narrative, and working a crisis PR angle.
We see that in every single mass shooting-pointy heeled crisis PR narrators, creating a story out of whole cloth. Search my blog for pists marked “crisis PR.”