Safe Haven update

Edmonton's Somali community is bracing for more tears and heartache after the seventh shooting death of a young man from their homeland in 16 months.

The body of 21-year-old Abdulaziz Osman Isse was found Thursday behind a dumpster at a synagogue in an upscale west-end neighbourhood.

And like several of the previous victims, Isse had a history with police in Ontario.

Edmonton police said yesterday that they had no previous encounters with Isse, who had arrived here recently from eastern Canada.

But Toronto police spokesman Mark Rugash said Isse was known to them, although he couldn't provide any details.

Edmonton's gang and drug investigators are watching the case closely, but police spokeswoman Karen Carlson said yesterday that no connection to organized crime has been confirmed.

Isse's body was found at 8:45 a.m. by a staff member at Beth Israel Synagogue, 131 Wolf Willow Rd.
Anybody remember this story about Edmonton's Sudanese community turning our fair city into a nightmare of their own violence brought in from the disgusting third world basket case they came from? (and by this, of course, I mean Ontario, though Sudan is probably a bit rough too)

The SUN article goes on to list some of these "victims". Let me stress again that these aren't real victims. At best you can count them as workplace fatalities:
Here's a list of the previous victims.

- Mohamed Ali Ibrahim, 24, shot and killed outside the River Cree Resort and Casino on Aug. 24, 2008.

- Nasir Mohamed Said, 22, shot to death behind Balwin School on Sept. 16, 2008.

- Abas Akubar, 21, shot and found Oct. 31 in a park near 140 Avenue and 92 Street

- Daniel Asarfo-Adjei, 17, was shot dead in Fort McMurray on Nov. 9

- Abdul Kadir Mohamoud, 23, shot and left in a field in Grand Truck Park on Dec. 2, 2008

- Ahmed Mohammed Abdirahman, 21, was also killed Dec. 2 by a bullet in a parking lot near 148 Avenue and 88A Street

- Mohamad Farah Khalif, 20, was shot to death on April 26, 2009, in Hermitage Park.