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Francisco Lotero, 56, and Miriam Coletti, 23, shot their daughter and her toddler brother before killing themselves.
Their son Francisco, two, died instantly after being hit in the back.
However, their unnamed daughter cheated death after the bullet from her father’s handgun missed her vital organs.
Police were alerted by worried neighbours who discovered the massacre three days after the shooting and the girl was taken to hospital.
The youngster is recovering in hospital in the town of Goya in the northern Argentine province of Corrientes, where doctors say she is out of danger.
Her parents said they feared the effects of global warming in a suicide note discovered by police.

So the way this works with the Trudeau government is they will bill whatever they feel like to the taxpayer and then pay some back when they get caught.

Trudeau aides Butts and Telford will repay some moving expenses – The Globe and Mail

Two top aides in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office say they will repay thousands of dollars in moving expenses, conceding some of the costs they billed to taxpayers were “unreasonable.”

The decision comes after The Globe and Mail reported that principal secretary Gerald Butts and chief of staff Katie Telford billed taxpayers more than $200,000 to move from Toronto to Ottawa, primarily on real estate and legal fees for their million-dollar homes.

Mr. Butts’s move cost nearly $127,000, while Ms. Telford’s was more than $80,300.




I realize that the rules cover moving expenses but this is a provocation…

Top Trudeau aides Butts, Telford expensed over $200,000 for moving homes

Ms. Purchase would not confirm the names of the two staff members with the highest costs, but The Globe has learned they are Mr. Butts and Ms. Telford.

Public land records show Mr. Butts sold his million-dollar Toronto home for $630,000 more than he paid for it, while Ms. Telford made close to $500,000 on the sale of her $1,005,000 Toronto home earlier this year.

Rules for moves are outlined by Treasury Board policy for ministers’ offices and a document called the National Joint Council Relocation Directive, which applies to public servants and staffers. The directive says eligible moving expenses include real estate commissions and legal fees.

A spokesman for Treasury Board President Scott Brison did not answer questions about whether the policy would be changed.

Canadian police can’t abide the thought of self defense.

Don’t take that seat on the Security Council for granted Gerald…