On February 27, 2012, the SPVM aka Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal posted a Tweet about recent thefts in Montreal old people's homes to their @SPVM Twitter account -
Vols dans des résidences de personnes âgées : le SPVM recherche des victimes potentielles
Needless to say the second part of that @SPVM Tweet, which when translated into English says -
"The SPVM is looking for potential victims"
can be interpreted in more ways than one. . .
In light of the apparent proclivity of SPVM police officers to gun down homeless men and other people in psychological distress I could not restrain myself from responding to that poorly worded @SPVM Tweet with the following play on words aka jeu de mots -
@SPVM Des personnes sans-abri et d'autres individus dans la #détresse #psychologique : le #SPVM recherche des #victimes potentielles. . .
Here is a screen shot of my Tweet responding to that @SPVM Tweet -
I am also embedding that Tweet below -
It seems that the SPVM aka Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal were at a loss for words as to how to respond to my waggish play on words that none-the-less sent them a deadly serious message about their highly questionable habit of shooting first and not bothering to ask questions later. . .
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