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Subject: Quebec’s police-shooting policy biased: ombudsman
MONTREAL — Ontario’s ombudsman said he has zero confidence in the Surete du Quebec’s ability to impartially investigate the fatal shooting by Montreal police of a young Latino man last week. Quebec’s practice of having one police force investigate another is outdated and should be replaced by an independent civilian body that would oversee incidents in which a member of the public is seriously injured or killed by an officer, he said. Andre Marin said it is outrageous that the SQ, the provincial police force, waited almost a week before talking to the two Montreal police officers involved in the shooting. “When police investigate police … there is favouritism in the investigation,” Mr. Marin told The Montreal Gazette’s editorial board on Monday. “It was seen right away in this case when they failed to interview the witness officer immediately.” Mr. Marin said investigating police often use the trauma “card” and say they are giving the officer time to compose him or herself. “It is completely bogus,” he said of that practice, adding that it gives the officers time to consult union lawyers. In Ontario, a police witness would have been required to give a statement to the province’s civilian Special Investigations Unit within 24 hours of a police shooting. Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit was established in 1990 after a rash of police shootings of young black men in Toronto in the late 1980s, Mr. Marin was director of Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit between 1996 and 1998. http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=732206
PS needless to say the police report next exonnerated the cops again..
So clearly , useless pretentious Prime Minister Stephen Harper and clearly , useless pretentious security minister tell me what good are you doing here too.. or are you again even still falsely sleeping with the bad guys to get their support?
No matter how that dirty RCMP weasel spins the facts, tries to weasel out of the truth, the RCMP was clearly wrong on many counts in the Taser death of a polish immigrant at the Vancouver airport.. they were uncompassionate, inconsiderate, used more restraining force than was necessary, and they next also clearly lied to cover-up their own immoral acts, and many times as well, They slander a good man in the process as well.. and so none of this was, is acceptable or forgivable.. none of it. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/04/21/the-mickey-mouse-rcmp-in-canada/
I AM OLD FASHIONED, WHEN IT COMES TO JUSTICE, I EXPECT ALL JUSTICE MINISTERS TO DO THEIR JOBS ADEQUATELY, AND NOT MOSTLY LIE, PRETEND THEY ARE DOING IT. I STILL RARELY CAN ENCOUNTER AN HONEST, DECENT JUSTICE MINISTER IN CANADA AT BOTH THE FEDERAL OR PROVINCIAL LEVELS? WHY IS IT? IS IT CAUSE THEY ARE LAWYERS? AND LAWYERS ARE KNOWN TO BE BIG LIARS? OR IS IT CAUSE THEY ARE UNACCEPTABLY TOO TYPICAL OF THE LYING POLITICIANS THESE DAYS WE SEEM TO HAVE.
Our federal , provincial, municipal governments unacceptably seem to work slow, if at all, when it comes to looking after the citizens good welfare.. Clearly it seems when the citizens are being abused by the Police no one cares to act upon the matter, and when the police are being abused than that is another matter.. what an unacceptable double standard here as well.. now let’s get some real justice ministers in office, and not more liars, pretenders, imposters.
Every day police officers leave their homes and families and put their lives on the line for a salary, cause this is what they are being paid for, hired for and this does not mean that they are now even free of any negative criticism while they are doing their paid duties, especially when there are so many outstanding questions regarding their inappropriate use of authority, force by too many police officers, plus the unacceptable false cover ups of their wrong doings and their unacceptable lying now too. Plus basically nothing has even changed in the Vancouver airport customs area since the RCMP’s death of the police immigrant Dziekanski. And there are still concerns about Liberal candidate Kash Heed and his former role as West Vancouver police chief and his unexpected retirement from the force less than two years into his contract, “There’s still a lot of anger about a $40,000 severance payout even though he voluntarily quit in February, leaving many unanswered questions about his status on the force,” to supposedly avoid legal prosecution too. “The cops have a responsibility to follow moral leadership and let me tell you, the cops do not have that here [in Abbotsford] “NDP candidate for Abbotsford South, Bonnie Rai. These are all valid issues, concerns too.