The non conformer's Canadian Weblog

October 5, 2010

INADEQUATE JUSTICE MINISTERS AND RCMP TOO

 
 
Many of us have been reading the news, hearing on the TV radio the decades of the bad acts of the too many bad cops in Canada.. Garbage in still means garbage out.. the problem lies with the  bad managers, bad supervisors who had allowed bad cops and bad  RCMP personnel to be hired and next not properly supervised   as well.. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/09/01/the-rcmp-is-still-the-big-bad-wolf-in-sheep-clothing/
 
IF  YOU REGULARLY READ MY POSTS YOU DO KNOW THAT I RIGHTFULLY   HAVE LITTLE OR NOT RESPECT  FOR MOST OF FEDERAL, PROVINCIAL JUSTICE MINISTERS, THE RCMP AND COPS IN  CANADA THE LAST 4 DECADES NOW TOO. THEY ALL HAVE TO EARN MY RESPECT.. THEY SEEM TO FALL SHORT too often too . https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/canadas-bad-police-officers/
 
The Nova Scotia Police Review Board is hearing allegations of gun mishaps, drug use and inappropriate sexual behaviour among some RCMP officers whose former commander is now the province’s justice minister. The allegations are contained in an anonymous letter that was made public Monday at the hearing of Ambrose Heighton, a former police chief of the Town of Stellarton. Heighton claims he was fired two years ago because he complained about RCMP in Pictou County. He is appealing his dismissal to the police review board. Two letters were presented at his hearing Monday in Stellarton. In one letter, Heighton complained about a poisoned relationship between the RCMP and municipal police departments. He claimed publicity-seeking Mounties overrode the wishes of the Canadian military at the funeral of Cpl. Kevin Megeney, a local soldier killed in Afghanistan in March 2007. He said they provided a guard of honour just to get their picture in the media. Heighton also forwarded an anonymous letter to the Department of Justice. In it, the writer alleges sexually inappropriate conduct at a private party attended by RCMP members, as well as cocaine use. There are also claims that an off-duty RCMP officer dropped a service pistol while jogging and another lent a prohibited weapon to a girlfriend. The letter also alleges that the RCMP district commander staff sergeant at the time, Ross Landry, was aware of these claims and did nothing about them.   Landry,  was named justice minister after the June 2009 election,  The justice minister usually is responsible for the police review board. But Landry has been relieved of this responsibility until a decision is made on Heighton’s case. Six complaints were filed against Heighton in November 2007. He was fired in October 2008 after the RCMP officers named in the anonymous letter complained to Stellarton’s police commission. The officers named in the letter tried to prevent it from being made public, but lost their fight. RCMP Staff Sgt. Jim Gillis carried out a code-of-conduct review of the RCMP officers. He testified Monday there was a discussion with Landry about his inaction in disciplining members. The RCMP said it would be inappropriate to comment on the results of its investigation into the anonymous allegations.  http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/cbc/101005/canada/canada_novascotia_ns_police_stellarton_landry
 
 
 
It is a sad fact of life that even in Quebec that unless you are murdered, violently treated, that when you are abused, robbed, slandered, mistreated, or whatever do not expect the pretentious governments to come to your help or the pretentious self servicing  police for generally you are on your own..The governments and the police mostly will not solve any problems because for the most part they are the cause of the continuation of most of the problems. They and their related civil and public servants  are liars and thieves who even falsely do  take the tax payers pay, money for managing the heath care system but next instead do almost  nothing good in reality..

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