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Ray Boisvert, CEO of risk mitigation firm ISECIS and a former assistant director of intelligence at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), said he's concerned the tunnel was dug with "potentially malicious" goals. "Nobody would build something like that without a specific purpose," Boisvert told CBC Radio's Metro Morning. That purpose could be to launch an attack against York University or the Pan Am Games, he says, especially because the tunnel doesn’t seem to be the work of a survivalist nor a drug producer.
originally posted by: TheLieWeLive
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originally posted by: threeeyesopen
a reply to: ~Lucidity
Very interesting! I've read about an underground base in Toronto, maybe this is part of it ?
"So far no suspects have been identified" from the article lol, of course not..also they filled it in right away
Something fishy is going on and they covered it up by filling it in
originally posted by: Ridhya
a reply to: InTheLight
Hm thats creepy... but again it wouldnt make much sense to place it in public, where anyone walking through that small forest can hear the victim. And the generator lights - when people are tortured they're usually left in the dark (sensory deprivation speeds up conditioning)...