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November 11, 2011

Quebec cop arrested for drunk driving, hurting someone in accident

Quebec cop arrested for drunk driving, hurting someone in accident A Sûreté du Québec officer is accused of drinking and driving an unmarked patrol car, then hurting someone in an accident. He faces charges of impaired driving causing bodily harm. Christine Coulombe, a spokeswoman for the force, said the unidentified man was arraigned Friday in Gatineau, Que. The officer was involved in a collision with another car near Gatineau shortly after midnight. A car swerved into a lane occupied by another vehicle and smashed into its right side before going into the ditch. The female occupant of the car that was hit had to be pried free by firefighters using the jaws of life before being transported to hospital. Gatineau police gave their suspect a breathalyzer test before arresting him. Coulombe would not confirm if the officer was on duty at the time of the accident.

Bad cops and Crooks are all around us and they do need to be stopped.

October 12, 2011

Exemplary Pubic exposure and prosecution of the guilty

What has now oftem amazed me is that I have often met not only immoral professionals, bad civil and public servants but visible crooks who would regulary attend a church now too and for whatever reason.. Crooks are all around us and they do need to be stopped.

Follow the money trail and you will get to a supposedly another previously unseen big iceberg of lies, thefts, deception.. the vices are all much more common over what we are lead to believe clearly as well.. for too many people do often steal to get richer by any means they can.. even executives, business persons, corporations, professionals and housewives it seems.. and the civil and public servants, politicians are not excluded here.

No such thing as a little bit pregnant when it comes to taxpayers money abuses now as well..

Exemplary Pubic exposure and prosecution of the guilty serves everyone’s best interest, it may help to reform the crooks as well.


 Most marriages tend to end up in divorce becaue of one spouses inability to forgive, laziness, unrealistic expecations, uncontrolled sexual lust amongst other things.. These days it is very likley that you get divorced as likley as you will get cancer or a heart disease.. and many divorces are ALSO caused even by outside influences.. such by the input of bad persons too… demons such as lawyers, bad judges, relatives and the  bad pastors too..

Civilians should probe police shootings: activists Montreal Gazette – MONTREAL – Police shootings in Quebec should be investigated by a review board composed entirely of civilians, say Quebec’s Ligue des droits et libertés and an organization that protects the rights of the homeless.The call for an end to one police force being assigned to probe shootings committed by another comes four months after a homeless man and passerby were fatally shot by Montreal police in a failed attempt to subdue the former. Ligue co-ordinator Nicole Filion said that while Public Security Minister Robert Dutil was open to changing the present system of investigating police shootings, the suggestion that a review board include police and civilians was off the mark. Filion argued that lawyers could serve on the board and not be a part of “the blue brotherhood.” “It could be (staffed by) lawyers … but civilians could also be trained. If police can be trained to conduct investigations, civilians can, as well.” The Sûreté du Québec investigated the shooting. Its findings were turned over to the province’s bureau of criminal prosecutions two weeks ago and are being studied to determine whether charges are warranted.

Ex-PMO aide Carson left Calgary school with debt.‎ Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former senior adviser, Bruce Carson, charged thousands of dollars in personal expenses to the federally funded think-tank he headed for just over two years. Carson is already under investigation for possible influence-peddling and illegal lobbying last year in a failed attempt to land federal contracts for a shady company employing his then girlfriend, a former escort. While no one is saying exactly what personal expenses got Carson into hot water, one source says a lot of the charges to the credit card were for travel.Documents show Carson owned homes in Ontario with various girlfriends most of the time he was working at the Calgary-based institute. Carson’s history of money problems dates back more than 30 years.A lawyer until the early 1980s, he was convicted of defrauding clients, disbarred and sent to jail. He was convicted again in 1990, that time for defrauding a rental car company, and given a suspended sentence.He declared personal bankruptcy in the early 1990s, and was in serious trouble with creditors almost continuously over most of the past three decades. It remains a mystery how someone with that kind of track record could make it through all the security screening ordinarily required to become one of the prime minister’s closest advisers

Quebec ex-family minister charged with fraud‎., the former family minister in Premier Jean Charest’s Quebec cabinet, The Montreal-area legislator who was the most scandal-prone minister in Charest’s scandal-plagued government, has been slapped with three criminal charges in the latest ethics embarrassment to befall the government. Tony Tomassi faces charges of fraud and breach of trust. They stem from accusations that he accepted material rewards from a company that had received government money. Last year, he was forced to resign amid accusations that he had been using a credit card supplied to him by a private security firm — a firm that had received millions in government grants. In the weeks before his departure, Tomassi had also been battered with allegations of cronyism in the awarding of contracts for public day-care permits. The charges against Tomassi stemmed from the work of that provincial anti-corruption unit,

and how many thousand more are there now too..

October 8, 2011


All you have to do is to read and hear the Canadian new and you will know continually how the incompetent, pretentious the federal, provincial and municipal governments are and how they now do a realy bad job of managing our tax dollars, and our civil and public servants and thus you will thus never be surprised as to why a major significant portion of your hard earned money continues wrongfully to go to taxes even under the new Conservative government. Putting more of your tax dollars to cover the poor , pretentious, inadequate work of our politicians, civil and public savants is a continual waste, an attempt to fill a bucket full of large draining holes.



The Ontario Provincial Police laid a string of charges in March against CSC, including three counts of offering security services while not licensed, two counts of failing to ensure proper uniforms and one charge of hiring an unlicensed guard for the G20 and G8 summits. Many of its top executives were also charged. The private security company Contemporary Security Canada WHO WAS awarded a controversial $21-million contract to do checkpoint screening inside the security perimeters at last year’s G8 and G20 summits in Ontario has pleaded guilty to doing business without a licence ahead of the event in an Ottawa court plead ED guilty and agree do a $45,000 fine. The Crown dropped most of those charges — including the more than 20 against company officials , telling the court that it was the RCMP that solicited CSC’s business and granted the contract without considering bids from other, licensed Ontario security firms. There were concerns that the RCMP contract award was influenced by the fact a vice-president of CSC parent company Aeroguard was a 35-year veteran of the Mounties. CSC bid on the lucrative G8/G20 contract at the invitation of the RCMP 2½ months before the summit, even though both the Mounties and the company knew CSC wasn’t properly licensed to operate in Ontario under the province’s Private Security and Investigative Services Act. The Mounties solicited the bid from CSC, a Vancouver-based joint venture between Canadian security firm Aeroguard and U.S.-based Contemporary International, AND it already had expertise as the private security company for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, for which CSC landed two RCMP contracts worth a total of $164 million. Three other security firms that were already licensed in Ontario say they bid substantially less — between $8 million and $16 million — on the G8/G20 contract than the $21 million CSC was paid, but the RCMP excluded those companies for various reasons. The Mounties said for instance that Garda didn’t have adequate X-ray machines, even though it runs the screening at many Canadian airports, and that G4S had unsatisfactory references, despite the fact the company was contracted for previous international summits in London and Pittsburgh.

a $45,000 fine for a $21-million contract is not even a slap on the wrist.. as all corruption, the abuse of THE entrusted power for any economic gains is always unacceptable


You know I get a kick out of those lying spin  doctors, from police officers, bad cops, union representatives, police lovers  who say that bad people, bad cops and their bad supervisors too they  can always be rehabilitated, retrained.. The hypocrtical police tend not to believe that bad cons can be helped only bad cops… and how many millions of them now has this happened to them.. almost none.. a bad apple tends to get worse.. The RCMP maximum 10 days punishment is always absurd, permanent dismissal is what is always needed with the bad cops and their clearly bad superiors who had managed and hired them too..

B.C. Mountie accused of punching teen had faced previous disciplinary hearing

The RCMP officers now  are not all saints..rather too often far from it..


Drug or alcohol impaired vehicular driving by men and women and not the actual driving speed are still the key factor in the majority of the traffic accidents …

Positive Changes need to start at the top EVEN WITH THE RCMP!  The RCMP already should already have enough skills, personnel expertise to monitor spending, the quality of all work being done by all  outside firms even to prevent collusion in contract bidding. For even the RCMP it seems relies too heavily on the decency, ethics of outside contractors , all who as we still we tend to know they cannot be trusted. The RCMP should have had readily project Project managers, project management training, such as even how to write contract specifications in a way that ensures adequate competition, to monitor spending, the quality of work by outside firms and thus hopefully it will prevent collusion in contract bidding.. These essential resources will always bring about a decrease in projects costs through better project management and provide even a better control over prices and bids that now should have been part of all RCMP bid tenders, issuing already. Project management and project engineering by far is not a new science but has already been elsewhere a standard practice for bid tendering’s, management for deadest too and is part of the finance, purchasing, legal, computer-systems departments Project managers in the rest of Canada have even already now existed the last 50 years.. so why has the RCMP now too been dragging it’s heals here for deadest even?





February 1, 2010

Mismanagement the Key word in Canada’s civil and public services today?


Is Mismanagement the Key word in dealing with Canada’s civil and public services today,  or is it rather still a pretentious management where the politicians, supervisors get paid for promising to look after the good welfare of all Canadians but in reality it seems pass the buck by doing mostly nothing about it?.
Look we have had in Canada and Canada wide for decades abusive Police officers, abusive, insulting, unacceptably bad  rather internal police reviews and yet nothing has been done about it by the rather pretentious, incompetent it seems police managers themselves and the elected politicians too, justice ministers. 
Both the cops and crown lawyers are even the perevrts now..  TORONTO-A panel of three Ontario Court of Appeal judges was urged on Monday to order a new trial in a double murder case because of secret vetting of potential jurors by the Crown and police.  “This is a case about the Crown cheating. This is a case about the Crown breaking the law,” said defence lawyer Greg Lafontaine during the appeal court hearing Monday morning. Mr. Lafontaine was arguing on behalf of Ibrahim Yumnu, who was convicted along with two other people of first-degree murder in 2005 by a jury in Barrie in the slaying of two people suspected of taking money from a marijuana grow operation. Local police services in the Barrie area searched confidential databases to uncover information about hundreds of potential jurors, which was passed on to the Crown in the Yumnu prosecution and dozens of other cases. The information was kept from the defence. The broad background checks of potential jurors, which was contrary to the provisions of the Juries Act, was first reported by the National Post last spring. An investigation by the Ontario Privacy Commission revealed that one-in-three Crown offices engaged in improper jury vetting since 2006. Mr. Lafontaine stressed that the state is not permitted under Canadian law to use police databases to try to gain an advantage during jury selection. “The prosecution was controlling the investigation of potential jurors, using a powerful information machine in the hands of the police. The playing field was not level,” said Mr. Lafontaine. Justice Karen Weiler asked whether it might be okay for police to conduct background checks, as long as the Crown did not obtain the jury lists until 10 days before jury selection, as allowed by law. “Don’t open the door to large scale inquiries,” of potential jurors, responded Mr. Lafontaine. “Shut it down.” There are at least a dozen other outstanding appeals in Ontario where jury vetting took place, including the case of a young man convicted of killing a police officer, all awaiting the outcome of the Yumnu case. Crown attorney Michal Fairburn is scheduled to make her arguments Monday afternoon. But the Crown is downplaying the significance of the secret checks, in written arguments already filed with the court. “The Crown was executing its responsibilities to ensure juror qualifications,” writes Ms. Fairburn, a senior lawyer in the Ministry of the Attorney-General. “Jurors with criminal records are not simply an abstract concern,” she adds. None of the 800 people investigated by police in the Yumnu trial were found to have a conviction for an indictable offence, which would have made them ineligible to serve as a juror.  
 Ont. top cop pushed for charges against protester   Tuesday, February 2, 2010 | 6:16 PM    CBC News  OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino encouraged his officers to lay charges against a protester — before there was any evidence the man had committed a crime — during a clash between natives and residents of Caledonia, Ont., in late 2007, according to emails made public this week in a court case. “At some point McHale has to go,” Fantino wrote Deputy Commissioner Chris Lewis, a half hour after a protest began on Dec. 1, 2007, referring to Gary McHale of Richmond Hill, Ont., who was leading a campaign to hold the OPP accountable for its policing decisions. On Feb. 28, 2006, native protesters occupied disputed land in Caledonia, next to the Six Nations reserve. Ensuing clashes with Caledonia residents led to a standoff that has continued for almost four years. Gary McHale is still banned from Caledonia under bail conditions imposed after he was charged by the OPP with counselling mischief, not committed. (CBC)When a native woman attacked McHale during the Dec. 1 protest, claiming that he had assaulted her, the police were almost giddy in their email exchanges that they finally had what they wanted. “There is a hidden gem here,” officer Rick Barnum wrote to OPP Supt. Bob Goodall. “It appears on the ground the sentiment is that McHale may have pushed a female FN [First Nations] lady who was close to him.” Another officer reported to Barnum: “Gary McHale viciously beaten by [native leader Clyde Powless]. He appears hurt.” McHale went to hospital but Fantino, who was kept abreast of every action at the scene, was mistakenly told that McHale had been arrested. Fantino wrote to Goodall: “I want every avenue explored by which we now can bring McHale into court seeking a court order to prevent him from continuing his agenda of inciting people to violence in Caledonia. “We should be able to prove to court that McHale’s forays into Caledonia have been planned and executed for purposes of breaching the peace which today also resulted in violence. We can’t allow this vicious cycle to continue to the point where time and again we have to expend an inordinate number of police resources to keep people from killing themselves,” Fantino wrote. OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino is to appear in Ontario Superior Court on Feb. 3 in Cayuga to answer to a charge of trying to influence politicians. (Canadian Press)Although Fantino was told the Dec. 1 protest was organized by Caledonia resident Doug Fleming to challenge an illegal native smoke shop on disputed land, the OPP commissioner was preoccupied with McHale, claiming his visits to Caledonia led to $500,000 in extra policing costs.  Still banned from Caledonia McHale submitted the emails, which he obtained through disclosure, to a court on Feb. 2 in an attempt to review his bail conditions on an obscure charge of counselling mischief, not committed. More than two years later, his bail conditions still prevent him from setting foot in Caledonia. McHale has also filed a private prosecution to instigate a criminal charge against Fantino for trying to influence Haldimand County Council and its treatment of him. Fantino is to appear in Ontario Superior Court Feb. 3 in Cayuga to answer to that charge. “It’s taken two years to get emails that clearly show the officers were told to arrest me, regardless of the evidence,” said McHale, adding he was disturbed, but not surprised, to find the police focusing on him. On Dec. 2, 2007, a day after the clash in Caledonia, Fantino wrote an email to his deputy commissioner to say he was slow to respond because he had to “cool off.” “What are we doing in Caledonia? … If it isn’t us being told what to do by feeble Crowns, it is our own lack of fire. It seems to me we are reactive to the point that McHale is the orchestra leader while we are almost captive to his nonsense. Ahh, I can’t believe this!!!!!” Fantino wrote. Lewis sends this message to his officers: “I’m with the boss [Fantino] at dinner tonight and we’re discussing McHale. He’s enquiring (sic) about the timing of charges. Is there any way that charges could be laid sooner than later?” Based on his correspondence, Fantino wanted to be informed as soon as possible so he could pass on the news to Deborah Newman, then Ontario’s deputy minister of community safety and correctional services. He even wrote he would like to emulate an infamous Los Angeles police chief who made arrests “and go out and arrest the goof myself.” Police disappointed As the week wore on, police became disappointed that they could not charge McHale with assault. Supt. Ron Gentle weighed in on Dec. 3 in an email to the deputy commissioner: “The assault of McHale by Bullet [native protest leader Clyde Powless] was caught on all kinds of video as people turned the cameras on when the action happened. Unfortunately, the alleged assault committed by McHale, to this point, is not on video. The best we have is the victim claiming verbally to have been assaulted on at least one tape. We have witnesses on both sides that say he did and didn’t commit an offence. “We want to ensure, when we arrest and charge Bullet we do the same with McHale to eliminate any of the usual issues.” It was up to Goodall to pass on the bad news to Fantino: “McHale did not assault [Camille] Powless. She assaulted McHale and then committed public mischief by making a false report to police. Charges pending. “McHale tried to set us up in that he anticipated that we would charge him with assault and then he would release a videotape showing him being assaulted by [Camille].” Goodall told Fantino police could get McHale with an obscure charge for counselling mischief, not committed. Police also wanted charges against Clyde Powless for assaulting a police officer and assaulting McHale.  Powless was never charged with assaulting a police officer. McHale told CBC News on Feb. 2 that Fantino was ordered by a court in October 2008 to turn over his emails, but it took him more than a year to do so. “Why are they hiding this stuff when there’s a court order?” asked McHale, who said he has about a dozen outstanding requests for disclosure. “It leads me to wonder: How much more material are they hiding from me?” Fantino did not respond to requests for an interview. .. Put him out to pasture, he was good for a while, but he’s become some sort vigilante, judge and jury eh. He got TOO BIG for his chair. Time to turf him! Inside view of when the cops want to railroad someone. Deserved or not (maybe he deserves it, but we need to get rid of these crooked cops that are willing to do whatever they want). Why the double standard? I lost faith in Mr. Fantino. He was a good cop back on Toronto. Now he seems to be a puppet for the government.  Shame on the OPP for not enforcing the law. Remember, they took an oath to uphold the law and protect ALL citizens. Those that sit back and watch illegal activites unfold without doing a thing should be ashamed of themselves. “OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino encouraged his officers to lay charges against a protester — before there was any evidence the man had committed a crime”  This in itself is a criminal code offence. If the crown does not file additional charges, then it is time for the rest of us to stand up to this putz, and get a writ of mandamus to force the corrupt AG to do his job. Another sneaky cop story. What are we averaging nationally? About 1 a day? Fantino has to go. He has gotten too big for his britches.
In Canada and Canada wide for decades now also we have had unacceptable poor medical services from our Hospitals, doctors, nurses and I know I have been writing about it now for about 20 years too to all as well  and yet nothing has been done about it by the rather pretentious, incompetent it seems medical managers themselves and the elected politicians too, Health  ministers.

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