for decades now the RCMP do not give a hoot about the rest of us Canadians good welfare in reality and it is pathetic, unacceptable that we often hear that the RCMP are forced to act now, to put bad Canadians in jail, only after the Anerican police and government do demand it..
Mounties too often lazy and pretentious were, are guilty of a slew of immoral and indecent behaviour. One officer was caught masturbating in an unmarked police vehicle while on an undercover sting in Montreal. The constable “simply smiled” at a female passerby “and kept on masturbating,” says the March 2009 adjudication board decision. The punishment? Ten days docked pay and a recommendation he receive psychological counselling. The officer remains on active duty.
When civilians are caught masturbating in public, the consequences are usually a date in court. Take alleged serial masturbator Reynold Nirlesh Verma, for instance, who faces five criminal counts of committing an indecent act in Richmond, B.C.
Under the RCMP Act, the maximum forfeiture of pay per infraction is a mere 10 days, meaning officers guilty of firing offences get to stay on the payroll while fighting the termination.
One such constable was found by the RCMP disciplinary board to have raped a woman, who was drugged and unconscious at a Vancouver-area Super Bowl party in February 2005. “His decision to take advantage of a woman in this state demonstrates a fundamental flaw in his character that renders him unfit to perform the duties of a police officer,” the board wrote. Nearly five years later, Canadians are still signing his paycheque, while the constable appeals his dismissal.
On and on it goes. Ottawa Const. Michael Dudas punched a young woman so hard in the face, “death could easily have resulted from the severity of the blow,” wrote the board. He pleaded guilty in court and despite the board’s reprimand, they said “he was a valuable resource” with “a promising career.” Another officer repeatedly stole money from his RCMP issued credit card and used it to gamble, at least 53 times. The punishment? Docked pay for 10 days in the former, and eight days in the latter.
The RCMP Act gives ample discretion to fire or demote officers who prove themselves to be unworthy of the badge, yet they remain on staff, being held to a much lower standard than civilians. What should be required by Mounties is a higher standard of conduct, and those administering justice, starting at the top with RCMP Commissioner William Elliott, demanding nothing less. Being chosen to wear the red serge is a privilege.
Thieves, rapists, unprovoked assaulters should be fired. Period. How can a law-and-order government like the Conservatives allow our law enforcers to be law breakers? It’s long past time for heads to roll in the RCMP. Get cracking, Stephen Harper.” RCMP overhaul needed http://www2.canada.com/calgaryherald/news/theeditorialpage/story.html?id=4e8966c8-9db5-4b78-9732-f3e35e6ad315
“The issue is not the police training.. rather in the initial hiring.. you cannot retrain a bad cop to start of with.. Canada wide the police departments wrongfully still do prefer to hire thugs and not decent police officers, and the same police thugs work next also on kicking our the good police officers too… and that is why the police forces tend to be so often thugs. Stop the bad process. Fire the thugs, hire decent cops and fire the bad solicitor generals too
Calgary Police like to take up a lot of court time with speeding offences, and while they are at court waiting for a trial the police like to bash the citizens .. The likely perverse too Calgary Crown prosecutor’s office reviewed the incident and determined no criminal charges were warranted. Anyone doubt this just stand in the court house and listen to the cops and crown prosecutors bashing the citizens in the hallways.. I heard it myself. The RCMP does it too.. shows no respect for the citizens
-I really do rightfully believe that even the Calgary Crown prosecutors and the Calgary Police services, judges too now tend to be a bunch of blood sucking leeches that do too often prey on the citizens, and they are not really concerned about real justice being carried out, even in my own direct personal experiences with them now too. “
-Here are more Canadian Jokers, Conrad Black, Brian Mulroney and the RCMP should all be locked up in jail for good, forever for still absolutely nothing I have read, seen since has even convinced me that the RCMP should still not be shut down forever and many Canadians do agree with this too.
As you know I have been rightfully loudly complaining to all Canada wide about the bad RCMP since my 3rd of many personal encounter with the bad RCMP in Canmore Alberta and elsewhere over the last 25 years where once again I saw what pretenders, liars they were even once at the Vancouver Airport”
The RCMP has also been flailed for bungling the Air India investigation, putting Maher Arar’s life at risk, misusing stun guns, punishing whistleblowers, feuding with security services, mismanaging its pension fund, and even the poor security of the House of commons and the Prime Minister’s residence.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – The independent body in charge of keeping watch over the RCMP will release its report this week into the death of Robert Dziekanski, assessing the conduct of the four officers who repeatedly stunned him with a Taser at Vancouver’s airport. Dziekanski’s fateful encounter with RCMP took place more than two years ago. He’d arrived from Poland nearly 10 hours earlier, unable to speak any English and clearly agitated by the time he began throwing furniture in the arrivals area. Summoned following calls to 911, police approached and within seconds one of them deployed a Taser five times, continuing even after Dziekanski was writhing on the floor, screaming in pain. Within minutes, he was dead. Crown prosecutors in B.C. decided not to charge any of the four officers, concluding that their actions were justified. But their conduct has still been under intense scrutiny, particularly after their testimony at the public inquiry. They were accused at the inquiry of using too much force and then lying about what happened to justify their actions. As discrepancies have emerged between the officers’ account of events and an eyewitness video, the case has been held up as an example of why the RCMP shouldn’t investigate itself. Brosseau said Kennedy has the power to recommend discipline against members of the force, but the commission’s reports typically focus on identifying policies that need fixing. “The commission sees itself as focused on trying to improve police practices, and in that case, looks to make many of its recommendations remedial and forward-looking in nature,” said Brosseau. But whatever the recommendations, it’s up to the RCMP and the federal government to decide what to do next, which some observers say shows there isn’t enough oversight of the RCMP.
Walter Kosteckyj, the lawyer who represents Dziekanski’s mother, Zofia Cisowski, said the only way to ensure the police are properly watched is to create an independent body that can compel the RCMP to act. “The thing that seems to be the hardest for the public and for me to fathom, is why have a police complaints commissioner if the RCMP are not going to abide by the recommendations?” said Kosteckyj. “Why is it that no one seems to take responsibility when these recommendations are made to make sure they’re implemented?” As for Kennedy’s report, Kosteckyj said he hopes it pays special attention to the investigation by the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, which includes members of the RCMP. “Hopefully he’s going to bring to the public some sense of knowledge about how he thinks that investigation was conducted, because we have serious concerns about that,” said Kosteckyj. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/091206/national/rcmp_complaints_dziekanski
USELESS TWITS AT THE RCMP ARE TOO OFTEN STILL USELESS..
Mountie probe of alleged leak on income trust tax hits almost $500,000 with no results yet too CP OTTAWA – The meter is still running on the RCMP’s four-year-old probe into the alleged leak of an income-trust taxation measure, with costs about to hit a half million dollars. (Proving that the Meddling mounties are cost inffective) The investigation – a political bombshell during the 2005-2006 election campaign – eventually fizzled: no one was fingered for any leak, though a civil servant was charged for allegedly profiting from inside information. As of last month, the Mounties had spent $445,000 on their probe, including almost $60,000 on travel and related expenses, the force said in response to an Access to Information Act request from The Canadian Press. More than 8,700 hours of staff time has been logged on the case so far, with more to come as the RCMP helps prepare the Crown’s case against Serge Nadeau. Nadeau, a senior official with the Finance Department, was dismissed without pay from his position after he was charged in February 2007 with criminal breach of trust, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison. The RCMP allege the Orleans, Ont., resident used inside information about a Liberal government decision not to tax income trusts to make between $6,368 and $7,378 on the stock market. Nadeau pleaded not guilty and has a trial date set for April 6 next year in Ottawa. None of the accusations against him have been proven in court. Ralph Goodale, then the Liberal finance minister, announced on Nov. 23, 2005, a plan not to tax income trusts but to cut corporate dividend taxes instead. The news caused an immediate rise in the stock value of income trusts as investors were caught off guard by the move, which was intended to help level the playing field between income trusts and traditional corporations. Stock-market watchers, however, noticed unusual buy-sell spikes in the hours before the announcement, suggesting the move had been leaked to some players. The episode quickly morphed into a political scandal when the RCMP released word on Dec. 28, 2005 – in the midst of a federal election campaign – that they were investigating a potential leak of insider information. The release included Goodale’s name. The damning news tarred the incumbent Liberals with suspicions of impropriety, even as they were fending off critics of the sponsorship scandal, and helped cost them the election in January 2006. But after a laborious 14-month probe, the Mounties produced but a single charge, against a bureaucrat, with no evidence pointing to any leak outside the Finance Department. Senior RCMP officers, including then commissioner Giuliano Zaccardelli, refused to speak to staff from the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP, which investigated whether the Mounties acted inappropriately in releasing word of the income-trust probe during the election campaign. Even so, the commission concluded there was no evidence Zaccardelli deliberately meddled in the campaign. The RCMP has since developed a draft policy responding to the commission’s recommendations to strictly limit public information about sensitive investigations, particularly during election campaigns. The case against Nadeau, in the meantime, continues. Under the Access to Information Act, The Canadian Press in May 2007 asked the RCMP for the cost of the income-trust probe. The Mounties responded a month later they were “unable to locate any information.” But the force relented more than two years later after a complaint to the Information Commissioner of Canada, releasing limited financial information. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/091205/national/income_trust_probe_costs
And for decades we have similar horror stories now too as to how basically costly, ineffective the RCMP Mounties are still. They should be retired and replaced with a decent police force ASAP. Follow the money trail, one of the oldest rules of good journalism, it will tell you how effective the ministers, cops, RCMP, civil and public servants, professionals, now really are too.
Take some money from the abusive police who seem to ready to abuse taxpayer’s money and hire some good governmental managers for a start
OTTAWA – Red-faced Mounties are reviewing their practices after an embarrassing security breach in which 19 Greenpeace protesters managed to climb two of the Parliament buildings and unfurl huge banners in broad daylight. The activists, dressed in blue coveralls and white hard hats, scaled the West Block and the entrance to the Senate in the Centre Block – below the iconic Peace Tower – at about 7:30 a.m. Monday. Some of them then rappelled off the steep roof of the West Block and hung massive banners in English and French reading: Harper/Ignatieff Climate Inaction Costs Lives. ” There was definitely a lapse, no doubt about it. It may be even as embarrassing as the people who crashed the president’s dinner party. That’s supposed to be a pretty secure area.” Security on Parliament Hill has been beefed up since the September 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/091207/national/climate_greenpeace_protest
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, was already smarting Canada wide from the bad publicity surrounding André Dallaire, who on Nov. 5, 1995 had entered the grounds of 24 Sussex Drive and broke into the Prime Minister’s residence armed with a three-inch-long knife. 2:10 a.m. on Nov. 5, Dallaire had arrived at the fence surrounding 24 Sussex Drive – and spent 20 minutes throwing stones onto the grounds and waving at security cameras that, ostensibly, were being monitored by Jean Chrétien’s RCMP security staff. He then climbed the fence and proceeded to the Chrétiens’ residence, where he smashed a window and entered the house. Dallaire wandered around in the basement and on the ground floor for another half-hour before going upstairs. Outside the Chrétiens’ bedroom, he was confronted by the Prime Minister’s wife, Aline, who quickly retreated into the bedroom, locked the door and telephoned for help – while Chrétien himself brandished an Inuit stone sculpture in case Dallaire broke through the door. In the end, Dallaire is apprehended and later convicted of attempted murder, but not held criminally responsible. Justice Paul Bélanger concurred with the defence’s argument that Dallaire, diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, had been delusional at the time of the break-in. The RCMP blew that one now too amd many others..
Mounties false favourite excuses for their much too many incompetencies are: they are under paid, over worked, short staffed, poorly managed or someone else is to blame too.. rather try the wrong type of people hired for the job firstly.. who shopuld be fired and replaced ASAP rather.
ABOUT THOSE PEOPLE IN DENIAL WHO CANNOT ADMIT ANY PERSONAL WRONG DOINGS, SINS NOW THEY ARE IN A FALSE DENIAL STILL TOO
Not just in Churches, amongst the police, politicians, civil and public servants, but I have never seem so many lying, mental people in one place like I have amongst the medical workers I have dealt with this year in in Hospitals, convalescent, old age homes who really do delude themselves too often about their self importance and the positive role they are functioning in. When a professional cannot see what they are doing now is simply so wrong they themselves do now need real professional help too.
The People who lie often, the professionals now included, they tend to have severe personal, mental disorders next cause one tends to eventually believe next ones lies as being the truth, and they can no no longer differentiate their own lies from reality, the truth.
Narcissistic, selfish, self centered Mental Disorders too evident now even in many of the so called medical Professionals leads these persons to dwell in self-absorption, fantasy, illusion, where she or he has exaggerated claims to talents, importance, or specialness, manifesting evidence of a need for constant admiration from others, a lack of empathy for all others, persistent in this too, have rigid personality traits and coping styles, clearly inflexible, do show a hypersensitivity to any criticism , defeat or negative realities thus they rather are pathological in denial by the their falsity, contrived replacement of the truths which they still must face eventually . These SEVERE PERSONALITY disorders are generally personally ongoing too leading to more impaired social and/or occupational functioning and can make it difficult to pinpoint a clear dividing line between their pathology and their so called normality. Most of these people with their personality disorders may not perceive that there is anything wrong with their behavior and thus they are not motivated to change it. It is important to note that these personality disorders are considered to have their onset in late adolescence or early adulthood and they alone are responsible for it too.
Denial, it is very very common when many an individual, even amongst so called professionals, even in pastors now included, are openly confronted with their own wrong doings, that they resort to a false denial. When confronted with the truth the denier they often respond with a similar personal counter attack remark as ”you are crazy”. “I reject your reality… and substitute my own.” Their false denial, diversion, distortion does not change the negative reality about themselves still though. Sadly it is a negative natural human tendency to devolve into denial.” It’s not just a moral compass that’s lacking, but the ability to honest, or to stand apart. Denial often comes out of a false pride, a fear of being openly exposed as being wrong. Denial is a false convenient escape, excuse for inaction for persons now facing a situation that requires a decision or action that conflicts with his or her established past policy. Denial too often can be further disastrous upon themselves and others.. for denial is not seeing data at all or seeing it and coming to an erroneous conclusion within oneself. One’s false denial is often based on a false assumption of one’s past great success and often precedes their own severe personal failure next due to a personal disconnect with real life. Illustrated fully by the story of the Emperor with new clothes.
Denial (also called abnegation) is a defense mechanism postulated by Sigmund Freud, in which a person is faced with a fact that is too uncomfortable to accept and rejects it instead, insisting that it is not true despite what may be overwhelming evidence, a mechanism of the immature mind that conflicts with the ability to learn from and cope with reality. The subject may now deny the reality of the unpleasant fact altogether (simple denial), admit the fact but deny its seriousness (minimization) or admit both the fact and seriousness but deny responsibility (transference). The concept of denial is particularly related to the denial of one’s addiction to alcohol for example, or to one slandering others, abusing them stealing, lying.. their denial or their minimization of their own wrong doings is the essential part of what enables them next to to continue his or her behavior in the face of evidence that, to an outsider, that is overwhelming. “The American Heart Association cites denial as a principal reason that treatment of a heart attack is delayed. Because the symptoms are so varied, and often have other potential explanations, the opportunity exists for the patient to deny the emergency, often with fatal consequences. It is common for patients to delay mammograms or other tests because of a fear of cancer, even though this is clearly maladaptive.”
Types of Denial include now the Denial of fact: This form of denial is where someone avoids a fact by lying. This lying can take the form of an outright falsehood (commission), leaving out certain details in order to tailor a story (omission), This form of denial involves avoiding personal responsibility by blaming, minimizing or justifying. Denial of responsibility: Denial of impact: avoiding thinking about or understanding the harms their behavior have caused to themselves or others. Denial of awareness: they do not admit any previous awareness of the negative reality. Denial of cycle: Denial of cycle is where a person avoids looking at their decisions leading up to an event or does not consider their pattern of decision making and how harmful behavior is repeated. Denial of denial: This latter form of denial typically overlaps with all of the other forms of denial, but involves more self-delusion. People in a false denial are really nuts, delusional..
There are tools and practices that we can implement to overcome the psychological trap of denial. Public exposure and prosecution of the guilty is one of the best approach serving everyone’s best interest too. It is a clearly established fact with good basis as to why our Canadian leaders, politicians, police, military, public and civil servants who are always to be exemplary are even personally are to held to a higher standard, accountability in reality.
People in leadership office do have to face higher penalties as an example now too. It is clearly established, accepted fact by most people that those in leadership civil and public servants cops, teachers, ministers, politicians included are always to be exemplary in behavior, conduct and they do need to maintain their high standards even out of their working hours, thus to do so they are also to be exemplary judged, prosecuted for their own wrong doings with a higher standard over those of us ordinary folks.
When you honestly use your own almost non existent right of free speech to point out to the cops how bad they really are, one of the first stages of their personal grief is their false denial, they need professional help here too, and they response you are crazy, this diversion tactic does not change how bad they are, how too lazy they are to change themselves now too. Police like to label, bash others as criminals, but as uncorrectable persons, but when they do they same thing, they claim they can be retrained, corrected, such hypocrites they now are as well. One of the first things the police do about their accuser is to harass them, pay them back, investigate the accuser and not the complaint now too. I have been too often falsely police harassed myself.
You see I can tell the truth cause I do not have a boss, I am not an ass kisser, I am not running for any office, or selling anything, I am not hiding anything , I am nothing but an ordinary honest, mature, decent person.
Imagine this the new email programs inluding windows live and google mail are now all designed to keep all youir emails on an exterior server for 30 days so the cops can read and access them at any time. The cops reading your email and seeing what you do on the net next as well.. a clear police state.
Quebec and other provinces have no such adequate social aid help program and why?
Meanwhile a Toronto doctor is facing a disciplinary hearing over allegations he approved special meal allowances for people on welfare and disability programs according to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. Dr. Roland Wong, said he continues to approve applications for the special diet but only if he believes patients have an underlying medical condition that qualifies them for the financial supplement. “Today, I signed maybe five, four,” he said. “Sometimes more, depends.” He accused the auditor general of having a very “slanted view” of the program, and suggested he should be looking instead at the woefully inadequate support payments paid to people in need. Wong said he wasn’t overly concerned about the disciplinary hearing because it was based on a complaint laid against him by a municipal councillor. “This is a case of politicians against a physician, not the patient against the physician,” he said. The Special Diet Allowance provides up to $250 per month to a person on social assistance who requires special foods for such conditions as diabetes. Councillor Doug Holyday said . “This can’t go on.” http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/torsun/091209/canada/doc_faces_probe_over_dietary_payouts