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September 4, 2010

RCMP officer threatened critic


In Canada along with the bad pastors, the crooks, bad politicians, the cops  are a typical group who do not tolerate  negative free speech about their own bad acts, for  they tend to be ostriches in denials, who falsely refuse to admit, to see their own bad points, and they wrongfully, clearly do let you all falsely  to believe they are some kind of gods, perfectionist who themselves cannot be challenged, questioned. How absurd. These people in denial are the ones who often need professional help for their sickness. The RCMP along with other major police forces tend to be known for censorship of free speech, obstruction of justice, false intimidations of their critics
Now in reality too often the Police are too often lazy, no good cops… but the feds, politicians, civil and public servants included,  are not any better it seems.In Canada  in my whole life I  never got the too often bad police to do one proper thing, to do one proper police complaint  review now too.
It is already a  half a century fact in Canada that the crooks and police do too often believe that they alone have a right to freedom of speech and that they both are guilty of the usage of unlawful authority, obstruction of justice  to try to stop any and all critics of their wrong doings by any others. I know I have been visited by the perverse police at home many times on this, falsely threatened with arrest if I keep on writing to news editors too, even one RCMP officer  had threatened to shut me up for good by a Canmore Alberta RCMP officer.. so what else is new.. none of this is ever acceptable in Canada firstly still too. Decades later I rightfully still use my free speech right to tell the whole truth about the unacceptable bad cops, their managers too  and the really bad crooks who need to be arrested, put in jail as well.
A top RCMP officer has issued a “thinly veiled threat” to strip funding from a B.C. university if its lead criminologist does not stop criticizing the force, alleges the professor involved.  In an email obtained by the Times Colonist, RCMP Deputy Commissioner Gary Bass chastises Robert Gordon, director of Simon Fraser University’s criminology department, for his comments in the media that RCMP “arrogance” stalled the investigation into serial killer Robert Pickton.  “I would like to suggest that you should be much more careful in speaking on issues where you have no direct personal knowledge or where you may not be getting accurate information fed to you,” Deputy Commissioner Bass wrote in the lengthy email sent on Aug. 22, two days after Vancouver police Deputy Chief Doug LePard released his report on the bungled missing-women investigation, which placed significant blame on the Mounties’ shoulders.  Deputy Commissioner Bass went on to question the RCMP’s role as a key donor for SFU’s Institute for Canadian Urban Research Studies, which is housed in the School of Criminology.  “The ongoing bias you display against the RCMP in articles such as this have caused many to ask why we would want to continue to be in that partnership given this apparent lack of support from the head of the department,” he wrote.  The RCMP funds two research chair positions at the institute, at a cost of $4-million over the past five years. It recently renewed the $4-million contribution for another five years.  “This is a thinly veiled threat about the funding,” Mr. Gordon said.
See also Racist Quebecers, Politicians and Ministers tend to be too soft on crimes
More  criticizim of the  RCMP
Suspended BC RCMP officers being paid up to $1.3 million a year The Province – There are now 16 BC RCMP members on paid suspension for alleged misconduct in BC. Officers can remain suspended with pay for years – even receiving annual raises …  “It’s a reward for engaging in inappropriate conduct,” said Simon Fraser University criminologist Robert Gordon. “This just shows a fundamental lack of accountability to taxpayers,” said Maureen Bader, spokeswoman for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.  Across Canada, 47 Mounties were on paid suspension as of March 31, the Ottawa Citizen’s Chris Cobb reports.
VANCOUVER – Rookie RCMP Const. Chris Christinger has been docked 10 days’ pay after a day of partying at the Bella Coola Rodeo that included drinking before his shift, sneaking an 18-year-old girl into a beer garden and driving a police truck while under the influence of alcohol. Christinger, an officer in Alexis Creek, was sent to Bella Coola to help police the community’s annual rodeo.Christinger arrived in Bella Coola several hours before his 4:30 p.m. shift began.So he went to the rodeo grounds, where he drank four bottles of Smirnoff Ice before heading back to his hotel, getting changed into his RCMP uniform and driving to the Bella Coola detachment. RCMP spokeswoman Const. Annie Linteau noted that, under the RCMP Act, 10 days’ lost pay is the maximum financial penalty an officer can receive short of being fired
One of the best way that I have discovered to get to know what a  person is really like, is work with him  just for one whole day,.. and   what   you now saw next..    He should have been fired…
Alcohol is more dangerous than illegal drugs like heroin and crack cocaine, according to a new study.Heroin, crack cocaine and methamphetamine, or crystal meth, were the most lethal to individuals. When considering their wider social effects, alcohol, heroin and crack cocaine were the deadliest. But overall, alcohol outranked all other substances, followed by heroin and crack cocaine. Experts said alcohol scored so high because it is so widely used and has devastating consequences not only for drinkers but for those around them. When drunk in excess, alcohol damages nearly all organ systems. It is also connected to higher death rates and is involved in a greater percentage of crime than most other drugs, including heroin. All governments should consider more education programs and raising the price of alcohol so it isn’t as widely available.    “What governments decide is illegal is not always based on science,”  for monetary considerations about revenue and taxation, like those garnered from the alcohol and tobacco industries, may influence decisions about which substances to regulate or outlaw. “Drugs that are legal cause at least as much damage, if not more, than drugs that are illicit,”
Provincial Governments, cops too  do not want to reduce gambling or alcohol consumption for it is a great money maker for them, and too many Canadian politicians and cops do like to booze..
One of the too many false reasons too many patients die in Hospitals is that almost none of the medical staff feel any personal, real, negative repercussions themselves.  That also includes the reasons we have now the too many bad cops we seem to have now too, and bad civil and public servants too, bad politicians..
One of the best way that I have discovered to get to know what a  person is really like, is work with him  just for one whole day,.. and   what   you now saw next.. lying, bullying, control freak..
Alberta should not renew RCMP contract “And the RCMP has changed, for the worse. At the headquarters level there hasn’t been a good report in years. Various inquiries have found incompetence, poor training, poor discipline, poor co-ordination and communication, and outright dishonesty. Those inquiries have used phrases like “horribly broken,” “often flawed,” “not justified” and so on. News reports made it clear that RCMP investigations into embarrassing and fatal actions of their own members were inadequate to the point of being a coverup. At the field level there were many reports of highly dubious shootings by RCMP members, and criminal investigations into the conduct of members when off duty. Former RCMP Commissioner Giuliano Zaccardelli resigned in disgrace after giving conflicting statements to a Parliamentary committee. ” 
 This is not a new revelation I myself now had detailed to you about 25 years ago my own experience in Canmore Alberta with the perverse RCMP where I got 2 speeding tickets on the same spot years apart and how the RCMP next also had covered up for it’s pervere buddies, and I had also entered my complaint about their perverse acts into the Canmore Queens court record as well now.
COURTENAY — A Courtenay man is furious after police came to his house looking for marijuana, only to discover garden tomatoes and dahlias. Speaking on condition of anonymity, the man said the incident has left him “sick to his stomach” and calling for more civilian oversight of the RCMP. On Aug. 29 (Sunday) at about 10:30 p.m., the man was sleeping upstairs in his room. His wife, who was preparing to head to bed, saw several police cars pull up in front of the house. He was presented with a search warrant for marijuana plants and told that he and his wife would be taken into custody to the police station. He said he turned on the garden floodlight to allow the police officers more light for their search. The police search had yielded only dahlias and garden tomatoes — plants that had mistakenly been identified by police as marijuana over a two-week investigation that included aerial surveillance of the couple’s back yard. 

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