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06-18-2012, 04:19 PM
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This is a summary of the work experience/background of the victims in the Hub mall shootings:
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...Rejano (29) had been happy to start his job as an armed security officer with G4S Cash Solutions Canada because he aspired to a career in law enforcement. Rejano, who moved to Alberta from Ontario in 2007, ultimately wanted to join the Edmonton Police Service, she said.

...Shegelski, 26, was remembered by family and friends as a loving woman with an impish smile and a soft spot for her dogs. She lived in Edmonton with her husband, Victor, a former soldier who completed two tours of Afghanistan with the Canadian Forces. A cadet in her youth, when she dreamed of joining the military, Shegelski grew up in High Level, where her father, Peter Ernst, is the mayor. Health issues prevented her from joining the army, but she loved her work with G4S.

...Brian Ilesic’s (35) family in St. Albert was too shaken to provide details about him to the public. But a relative said more information would be released later.

...Schuman, a military firefighter, has been a full-time Air Force member since 2009, military spokeswoman Maj. Lena Angell said. Lt.-Col. John Reiffenstein, base commander of CFB Edmonton, issued a statement, expressing his sympathies to Schuman’s family. “Our focus right now is on providing support to the family of Corp. Schuman who is by his side at the University of Alberta Hospital as he undergoes treatment,” Reiffenstein said.

http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/...#ixzz1yBJwbtIL
If you were in charge of hiring for a major security firm, would you prefer to hire people with the credentials found in the article above?

Or would you rather hire a 21 year old who lives with his mom and is obsessed with violent video games?

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