Well the so called cold, indifferent experts now say have an easy divorce and just move on.. but the too often grim reality in the news is not so.. for when one spouse unexpectedly files for divorce the other one often can get violent, as well as the spouse who does not like the future as she sees it.. and next the damage done before anyone can deal with it .. a more easy divorce will not help here.
http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2010/02/03/12719501-sun.html Dead kids’ dad in bitter divorce CANOE - EDMONTON – The father of two young children found dead in the bathtub of their Millet home was so worried his estranged wife would take them to her hometown in Australia that he took their passports, according to court …
http://www.cbc.ca/canada/calgary/story/2010/02/02/edmonton-millet-suspicious-deaths.html Boys found dead on floor of Alberta house CBC.ca Police were called to this house in Millet, Alta., on Monday afternoon after a family member discovered the bodies of two children inside. (CBC) A woman who lives near a house that is the focus of a suspicious-death investigation in an Edmonton-area …
EDMONTON – Autopsies have confirmed that two young boys found dead in their Millet home were slain, RCMP said in the double-homicide that has rocked the small town about 50 km south of Edmonton. The boys’ father, Curtis McConnell, had found them apparently drowned in the bathtub shortly after 3 p.m. Monday. The 31-year-old dad was estranged from his wife, Allyson McConnell, also 31. She’s recovering in hospital from an apparent suicide attempt around 2:30 p.m. Monday in south Edmonton. Allyson had suffered broken bones after jumping from the Gateway Boulevard overpass onto the eastbound lanes of Whitemud Drive. The parents were going through a bitter divorce that revolved around custody of their boys. Allyson wanted to take the kids to her native Australia to live likely with her parents, while Curtis was against the idea, according to court documents. “The questions go through your head. How do we move on? Why did it happen? Why now? Nothing can undo what has happened. .” McConnell wrote late Tuesday: “I need answers to unanswerable questions.”
The B.C. government needs to make fighting domestic violence a greater priority, a Victoria police officer said for too many people are dying as a result of domestic violence, and negotiations are currently underway to develop a very costly and very likely infective still too regional domestic violence team that includes members of the area’s four municipal police departments, the RCMP, legal officials and members of anti-violence service groups and there is not a lot of extra money available anyway from the governments. Alberta is now spending $1.5 million over three years to pair police with social workers to intervene in situations of domestic abuse. It is hoped the extra resources under the pilot program will provide a tailored response to families identified as high risk for repeated domestic violence. The team will focus on families who have had repeated incidents of domestic violence reported to police and who want to make changes before the courts become involved. “We want to provide support and resources before violence occurs and before they find themselves entering the justice system”.. Dream on.. the losers, the Police providing martial support, they themselves are the ones with one of the highest divorce rates amongst the professionals. Physician heal thyself first applies here too. But that is just a beginning of the many extra costs too. An Alberta threat assessment report says that between 2000 and 2006, more than 500 Canadian women were shot, stabbed, strangled or beaten to death by their intimate male partners. Those numbers are five times more than all of the Canadian soldiers and police officers killed in the line of duty during that same time period, the report said. The ministry of the Attorney General has been reviewing changes to the way the province addresses domestic violence, but isn’t convinced a single province wide model is the correct approach, it is very costly to put all of these people in jail. Domestic violence cases represent the second-largest share of prosecutors’ files, after speeding, impaired driving, drugs..
Almost no members of the local police forces have completed specialized training on domestic violence, marriage counselling as their own lives reflect it too. A police Chief had promised his members will complete a mandatory, one-day online training program by next spring… ha ha ha.. really absurd. How stupid, foolish can the Police now even get for if a one day online computer course can help a policeman, could not the citizens take the same online course? Absurd, really ludicrous.
Speaking about screwed up cops.. who often are falsely covered up for too.. falsely vindicated.
Vancouver police chief statement on wrongful arrest Vancouver Sun - Last night I went to the home of Mr. Yao Wei Wu to apologize personally and on behalf of the Vancouver Police Department for the injuries and trauma he and his family have experienced after he became the victim of mistaken identity.
It was recently announced that the Police in BC and Alberta would provide marital counseling, family help.. thisnext was, is the expected result of such police activities.. VANCOUVER, B.C. – Vancouver’s police chief has personally apologized to a man who was mistakenly arrested and roughed up by plainclothes officers responding to a domestic abuse call. The officers responding to the abuse call went to the wrong address in the same building, and Wu says he was pulled outside and beaten, suffering cuts and a swollen eye. Two Vancouver plains clothes police officers were responding to a domestic assault call when they knocked on the door of Yao Wei Wu. The officers had the correct building — but the wrong apartment. When they knocked on Yao Wei Wu’s door, they had woken him up. He came to the door — and the police roughed Wu up. Yao Wei Wu’s said he was hit multiple times on the back, head and face, and he had not resisted them because they were armed. Apparently the officers only realized their mistake when they had cuffed Yao and asked his name. Yao also had said that the officers failed to ask him for identification before they began to beat him. Chief Jim Chu is also backing away from an earlier police statement that the victim, Yao Wei Wu, was injured while resisting arrest. Chu says that information was prematurely released as fact. A Vancouver police investigation of the incident is being overseen by the Office of the B.C. Police Complaints Commission. of course the department will be doing its OWN investigation…..what a joke. Please…….! When are we going to start charging these boozos with assault? I am personally sick & tired of these goons getting away with this kind of behaviour. Like when the RCMP welcomed that poor polish guy to Canada at the Vancouver airport. These people should NOT be above the law! The old boys club is alive and kicking………”Raise a glass boys, once again we proved we are above the law”
The Vancouver Police Strike Again: Another Citizen Takes a Beating Pacific Free Press here is obviously a systemic problem with not only the VPD but policing throughout Canada where decades of criminality and impunity on the part of police forces has, in combination I suspect with too much television viewing and alcohol abuse, conspired to produce a generation of police who have no concept of the old saw “to serve and protect.” The situation of out of control cops, who feel just fine going ballistic on hapless citizens, especially ones of the poorer and darker-hued varieties is not helped by the silent complicity of politicians, and the kid glove treatment meted out by the media.
WINNIPEG (CBC) – A Manitoba RCMP officer has been charged with assaulting his wife. Const. Dennis Hart, 44, was arrested just before 3:30 a.m. on Saturday after RCMP officers in Gimli, about 80 kilometres north of Winnipeg, were called to the Misty Lake Lodge & Conference Centre. A woman at the lodge told officers she had been assaulted by her husband, RCMP said. The woman did not require immediate medical treatment for her injuries. Hart, an eight-year RCMP member, has been charged with assault, assault causing bodily harm and choking to overcome resistance. He was released from custody on a promise to appear in Gimli provincial court on Jan. 25. Hart, who is posted at the Fisher Branch detachment, about 95 kilometres northwest of Gimli, has been placed on administrative duties pending an internal review. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/cbc/091221/canada/canada_manitoba_mb_rcmp_officer_assault_manitoba
Alberta Mountie charged with assaulting man in police cells Canada.com - An Alberta RCMP officer is facing assualt charges stemming from an incident at a Lac La Biche, Alta., jail cell. EDMONTON – An RCMP constable has been charged with assault, causing bodily harm and obstruction of justice. . Const. Desmond Sandboe an eight-year member of the RCMP, is has also been charged with obstruction of justice. There were witnesses to the alleged assault.The response team was called in to investigate after a man was injured in the cell area at the Lac La Biche detachment in September.
ONE OF THE MOST COMMON, POPULAR TOPICS, SEARCHES ON THE INTERNET is can a Christian next get divorced and remarried, and the simple answer is no! but wait do not stop reading yet.. for if you are married, living to a demon, a control freak, a liar, a lazy good for nothing abusive person then please now do immediately get out of the marriage, do get an immediate separation.. and this not the kind of advice you would expect from a preacher of peace and love, but I am telling you all this for our own good, and you can thank me later.. and maybe next the still good for nothing bum, lousy spouse, he or she will wake up as to what she is really like and they may try to get help to change herself, himself.. but meanwhile don’t feel guilty about the peace you now have in your life.. By the way make sure first you are not the creepy, a good for nothing spouse yourself otherwise by your actions you will be doing your own spouse a great, great service.. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/01/02/divorce-and-remarriage-in-the-christian-church/