Let me talk about the fact so many cops too now are alcoholics or drug users, ( likley about 50 percent) and all alcoholics do now need to be fired.. dismissed from their jobs immediately too. Alcoholism is not a disease, it is a sin, that often leads to job incompetence, serious crimminal acts, murder, killings.. http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/05/25/alcoholism-the-unacceptable-sin/
Well I do not need ANYONE’S permission to talk about it openly too. Noboody has to help them.. they all rightfully should be fired.. so they can next learn to help themselves.. for firstly you cannot help a person , a clear ALCOHOLIC sinner too, who refuses to admit he OR SHE needs help or even has a problem, helping him it is a waste of time and resources ..
do rather see also my many posts on how to deal with control freaks.. abusers.. for example http://postedat.wordpress.com/2008/07/07/control-freaks/ or http://thefocusonthefamily.wordpress.com/2008/07/17/the-too-common-abusive-silent-treatment/
VANCOUVER – The B.C. Civil Liberties Association and the union representing airport workers will have standing at a B.C. public inquiry into the death of a man hit by a Taser at Vancouver’s airport. Inquiry commissioner Thomas Braidwood has also approved the participation of Robert Dziekanski’s mother at the inquiry slated to begin next month. In a ruling released Tuesday, Braidwood says Zofia Cisowski clearly has an interest in the findings of the commission and granted her lawyer the status to call witnesses and ask questions. The Vancouver Airport Authority, the Polish government, weapon manufacturer Taser International and Richmond’s fire and rescue department, whose members tried to revive Dziekanski after his collapse last October, will also appear. It’s unclear if the RCMP will participate in the inquiry. Patrick McGowan, counsel for the commission, said the force was granted an extension to apply and may do so by Friday. Walter Kosteckyj, who represents Cisowski, said he’s surprised neither the RCMP or Canadian Border Services have indicated their intention to participate in the inquiry. “I’m presuming it’s their attempt to avoid dealing with the issue,” he said. “Any government agency involved in this seems to be trying to avoid full participation.” In August, a report said the Mounties did not get enough input from medical experts about the impact stun guns have on people. The report, ordered by RCMP Commissioner Bill Elliott, said the Mounties relied too much on advice from Taser’s U.S. manufacturer before approving the device as a less-than-lethal weapon for its officers. Murray Mollard, executive director of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association, said his group aims to make sure all the facts – including those related to RCMP policies preceding the incident – are understood. “Ultimately this is about another death in custody,” Mollard said. “We have on average almost 18 deaths in custody each year in B.C. alone, and it’s going to be important to have an understanding about how the RCMP responds to these incidents.” Braidwood’s report to the B.C. government related an earlier phase of his inquiry, into the general use of conducted energy weapons by police, is expected in November, McGowan said. The six weeks of hearings related to Dziekanski’s death begin Oct. 20. That inquiry is expected to look at events leading up to Dziekanski’s trip from Poland to Vancouver, up to and including his death after being shocked by an RCMP Taser. Dziekanski’s death on Oct. 14, 2007, was caught on video by a passerby, shocking Canadians and raising questions about the use of Tasers. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/080916/national/taser_inquiry
RCMP may not participate in inquiry into Taser death of Polish man ? The RCMP leeches FALSELY STILL DO pick and chose AS TO WHAT real justice THEY WILL SERVE STILL? THIS IS REALLY UNACCEPTABLE. Disband THE RCMP IMMEDIATELY.