Only one arrest made.
Local police and the RCMP have made few arrests since domestic terrorists went on a non-stop church burning and vandalism spree throughout Canada earlier this year.
As far as The Counter Signal can tell, fewer people have been arrested for burning down churches in Canada than pastors have been arrested for simply trying to practice their religion during COVID-19.
The only arrest reported so far was one underaged suspect, apprehended in July for lighting a fire at an abandoned church on an Alberta First Nations reserve.
However, due to the fact that the suspect is underage, the police have not released any information about who they are or what their motives were.
Less than 2% of attackers arrested.
Making the conservative estimate that there was only one criminal per crime means police have arrested less than 1.73% of the perpetrators of Canada’s largest coordinated terrorist attack.
Another woman who is believed to have burned down the St. George Coptic Orthodox Church in Surrey, BC, is now on the run, but police have yet to turn up any leads.
As The Counter Signal published last month, police are still searching for a “heavy set” white woman who was detected trying to set the church’s doors on fire.
In Calgary, police have to resort to asking the public to help them investigate. Just a few weeks ago, the Calgary Police Service released the images of two extremists they believe were connected to attacks on 11 different Christian places of worship from June 30 to July 1, 2021.
With few arrests or punishments dished out, the arsonists have nothing to fear. They know that even if they are caught, they will likely get a slap on the wrist and be bailed out by their progressive friends in power.
Imagine if the effort that went into policing Christian congregations, fining worshippers and dragging pastors to jail was instead spent on trying to track down these domestic terrorists?
Sadly the RCMP won’t do it because Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would prefer to focus on his snap election than bringing far-left radicals to justice.
The Counter Signal has kept a close eye on these terrorist attacks, reporting on the scene just hours after a fire in a refugee church.
Our information shows that there have been 58 attacks on Christian and mainly Roman Catholic congregations. Of those churches, at least 17 of them have been scorched or burnt to a crisp in suspicious circumstances.
The fires and vandalism span six provinces and the Northwest Territories, many of which have been in the heartland of First Nations’ territory.