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Half dozen Millhaven convicts charged in attempted murder

Police laid charges against six inmates at maximum-security Millhaven Institution related to an incident March 20 in which prison guards shot two convicts, killing one of them, Jordan Trudeau, 29 (inset). The latest dirty half dozen swept up in the investigation is a motley crew of gangsters and killers, including Demar Duntin, 25, who shot a 23-year-old man in the head in 2007 in Mississauga, Ontario, because he thought he was a rat who planned to give evidence to prosecutors. In Millhaven, Duntin would be a “standup guy” because he demonstrated his commitment to the supposed gangster code of never turning on your bros.

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Rengel killer Bagshaw charged in prison attack, shooting

A notorious Toronto teen killer, David Bagshaw, 21, who stabbed a 14-year-old girl to death on orders from his 15-year-old girlfriend, has been charged with the attempted murder of a fellow convict at maximum-security Millhaven penitentiary just west of Kingston, Ontario. Bagshaw (inset) was charged in connection with the attack March 20 in which he and another assailant, inmate Jordan Trudeau, 29, were shot by prison guards. Trudeau died. Bagshaw was 17 in 2008 when he stabbed Stefanie Rengel to death after urging from his girlfriend, Melissa Todorovic.

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Shooting death of con by book, cops say – so here’s the book

Jordan TrudeauPolice have concluded that two federal prison guards who shot two inmates at Millhaven Institution, killing one, did everything by the book. There was no “criminal wrongdoing,” according to the special police unit that investigates prison crime. Jordan Trudeau, 29, died from a single gunshot wound to the chest, according to police. Trudeau (inset) was attacking another prisoner at the time and ignored orders to stop. You might wonder why prison guards wouldn’t shoot for the legs, to stop the attack, without killing the target? Prison guards are “not trained to shoot to wound or aim for peripheral portions of the human body” with their high-powered rifles, according to a confidential firearms training manual used by guard recruits (read it after the jump). The manual, obtained by Cancrime, also explains that guards are trained to shoot at the “centre of visible mass” when they’re firing at a prisoner.

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