The Aryan Guard is trying to stay alive, even thought they said they disbanded (they came back two days after their public announcement), but whatever their future plans are, they might not be involving their founder Kyle McKee. After almost a month on the lam from the cops for attempted murder after he blew up a parking lot with a pipe bomb, police finally nabbed him in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Anti-Racist Canada has the whole story, and we will be following the subsequent trial that brings down Canada’s Favourite Nazi Mall Rats. Now a few of them are still running around, and it is only a matter of time before we start seeing the misfortunes come their way. We will just enjoy it all. In the meantime, we hope Kyle is prepared to learn just what it means to be a hard ass. We doubt he has any idea.
Anti-Racist Canada has the whole story, and we will be following the subsequent trial that brings down Canada’s Favourite Nazi Mall Rats. Now a few of them are still running around, and it is only a matter of time before we start seeing the misfortunes come their way. We will just enjoy it all. In the meantime, we hope Kyle is prepared to learn just what it means to be a hard ass. We doubt he has any idea.
We said it was a matter of time, and we were right.
Kyle McKee was arrested in Winnipeg.
Date: Wed Dec 16 09:55:11 2009
Subject: PA/MRU #08-633
MCKEE ARRESTED IN WINNIPEG
From: Emma Poole
The Winnipeg Police Service, with assistance from the CalgaryPolice Service, has arrested a man wanted since November fortwo counts of attempted murder.
Kyle Robert MCKEE, 24, was arrested Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2009, at approximately 12:30 a.m., Central Standard Time (Winnipegtime).
MCKEE surrendered to officers following a two-hour standoff at a home in the 500 block of Bannerman Avenue, in Winnipeg’s North End.
MCKEE was tracked to the home following a tip to police. Itnot known how long he had being staying in the house.
He was last spotted near Regina on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009, but was able to evade RCMP.
MCKEE, 24, faces two counts of attempted murder, possessing, making or controlling explosives, and possession of a weapon or imitation for a dangerous purpose in connection with an explosives incident in Rundle on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009.
A 17-year-old, who cannot be named under provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, was arrested earlier in Portagela Prairie, Manitoba, and charged in connection with the same incident.
The Calgary Police Service would like to thank the Winnipeg Police Service, the public, and the media for their assistance in locating MCKEE.
District 5 GIU Staff Sgt. Keith Cain is available to speak with the media today, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2009, at 1 p.m.This availability will be held at the District 5 office, 5401 Temple Drive N.E.
More information to follow. In the meantime, if anyone has any information on the residents of the home in Winnipeg where he was hiding out we would be very interested.
And to answer some questions posed to us, sadly no, on this the mainstream media did beat us to the story.
However, time for some educated speculation on out part.
Some boneheads close to the Aryan Guard were from Winnipeg. And we know that although they moved to Calgary that there are still people they know who lived in Winnipeg. We wonder if there’s a connection?
We also know that John Marleau, basically the main cause for the events that transpired, has links to Winnipeg. And Jason Harley, a former Aryan Guard member who attended their first “White Pride” march in Calgary in 2008 now lives in Winnipeg as well.
UPDATE: Some MSM links concerning the arrest of McKee:
- Man wanted in Rundle IED bombing surrenders after Winnipeg standoff
- Aryan Guard bombing suspect arrested in Winnipeg
- House bombing suspect nabbed in Winnipeg
- Neo-Nazi arrested after homemade bomb attack
- Fugitive Calgary white supremacist arrested after standoff
- Neo-Nazi captured in Winnipeg
- Suspected bomber caught in Winnipeg