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January 28, 2009

The dirty cops and politicians now too

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Public exposure and prosecution of the unrepentant guilty persons serves everyone’s best interest, the RCMP now included.  https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/19/a-real-stupid-move-a-liberalized-divorce-solution-still-it-only-seems-like-a-cheap-solution/
 
 
 

This is how the RCMP falsely subverts justice.. but we all already knew how dirty the RCMP really is..   

RCMP ‘obstructed’ paramedics, firefighter tells Taser inquiry  VANCOUVER — Richmond Fire Capt. Kirby Graeme, the first responder to reach Robert Dziekanski after he was Tasered by four RCMP officers at Vancouver‘s airport, called the Mounties “unprofessional” for not going to the aid of the Polish immigrant.

 

RCMP behaviour at Taser incident ‘highly unprofessional,’ fire captain says  RCMP officers behaved unprofessionally after Tasering Robert Dziekanski at the Vancouver International Airport, a Richmond fire department captain testified Tuesday.

 

‘Nobody seemed to be doing anything’ Richmond RCMP officers who refused to take handcuffs off of an unconscious Polish immigrant they had just Tasered at Vancouver International Airport were described by a Richmond firefighter as “unprofessional” Tuesday at the Braidwood Inquiry.

 

Taser death inquiry resumes in Vancouver Vancouver Sun,  Canada – 19 Jan 2009 The six-week Braidwood inquiry, which is overseen by retired judge Thomas Braidwood, will examine evidence from the RCMP regarding the four officers
‘No way to communicate’ with Taser victim, border official says National Post
Inquiry vows to learn truth about taser incident Globe and Mail
No charges against police in BC Taser death Calgary Herald
Richmond News – The Province
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It would be easy to form the impression that the four Richmond RCMP officers involved were the only ones to blame for the tragedy at Vancouver International Airport on Oct. 14, 2007.But as the lawyer for Dziekanski’s mother has astutely observed, that’s only because the RCMP’s spectacularly bad PR has stolen the spotlight. RCMP brass and the federal government could have pre-empted a damning report from Thomas Braidwood by stepping up with a genuine mea culpa and an announcement that a major overhaul of the RCMP and CBSA was already in the works. That hasn’t happened. Now, given how much has been exposed in this inquiry, it is hard to believe a few people won’t be held to account. http://www2.canada.com/burnabynow/news/community/story.html?id=8d1d3edf-7582-4031-93f0-d6efddf13a8d

that includes the and justice ministers, solicitor generals at the federal and provincial levels now too and who is going to hold them all accountable? not the bad PM for sure. 

 

Three off-duty police officers arrested in Vancouver for assault  The Canadian Press,  B.C. – 21 Jan 2009 The quick flurry of statements by four police departments came after criticism last year that information regarding charges against police officers in the Vancouver region was sometimes slow to trickle out to the public. Several incidents last year involved impaired-driving charges against five officers – one of them fatal – involving three Mounties and constables from Vancouver and New Westminster. New Westminster Const. Tomi Hamner pleaded guilty last month after driving her unmarked police vehicle into a sign while off duty in October. She was fined $1,000 and lost her driver’s licence for a year. The other impaired-driving cases, including one against a Richmond RCMP officer involved in the notorious Taser incident that ended in the death of Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski, are still pending. McGuinness said the officers involved in Wednesday’s incident got no special consideration. “There’s no exceptions made for the fact that they are police officers,” she said. “When we receive information like this, we want to get that out. There’s no reason to withhold it.” Statistics released by the office of the complaints commissioner in November found that 106 municipal police officers were guilty of misconduct between Oct. 1, 2006, and Oct. 1, 2008.  

and not all guilty officers are charged by their peers and if charged they often get away with it still too. Unacceptable always too.   

Now I ALSO DO know that   Fantino the  commissioner of Ontario Provincial Police  and of Ontario’s often lazy cops  is a big liar, he had recently  lied as to the cause of the majority of accidents during this winter in Ontario, and he had no real truthful statistical information to back up his lying words, but in my many dealings with cops now  I already DO know that most cops lie, and I rightfully   do not respect them and believe them in the first place now too.. Fantino thus here clearly had lied and said that speeding was the major cause of accidents, whereas in reality speeding is only 15 percent of the cause of  vehicle accidents, but drunk driving is the main cause at  45 percent. The bad cops standard method of operation is to kill the bad guys without a trial and to silence them, as WE SAW THE RCMP DO AT THE VANCOUVER AIRPORT NOW TOO, and to remove any police oppositions. Now  all such bad cops firstly themselves need now FIRSTLY to be removed 

More  Tax dollars wasted on Fantino’s ‘pathetic’ attempt to oust adjudicator: opposition Ontario’s highest-ranking police officer is wasting public money by pressing on with his fight to have an adjudicator he accuses of bias ousted from a murky disciplinary hearing, the provincial legislature heard Thursday. New Democrat Peter Kormos called on the government, which appointed Fantino as commissioner of Ontario Provincial Police, to put an end to the spending.”How much more public money will OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino be allowed to burn through in his pathetic attempt to oust the adjudicator at his embarrassing disciplinary hearing?” Kormos asked Community Safety Minister Rick Bartolucci. “It’s the taxpayers who are picking up the tab.”  Despite losing two Divisional Court battles for force the adjudicator, retired judge Leonard Montgomery, to step down, Fantino’s lawyer said this week he plans to pursue the matter to the province’s top court. Fantino had three law firms on retainer being paid “exorbitant fees” at the expense of Ontario taxpayers

Court orders stay of impaired-driving charges against RCMP officer  VANCOUVER, B.C. – The Crown is considering whether to appeal a provincial court judge’s order to stay impaired-driving charges against a North Vancouver RCMP officer. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/02/12/prime-minister-stephen-harper-let-me-repeat-myself/ 

Dirty too often politicians themselves tend to do nothing good about it all still too. BC dirtied Justice Minister had to resign.. he failed to do his duties properly too.. 

 

B.C. solicitor general resigns over speeding tickets; still seeking re-election 

VICTORIA, B.C. – The B.C. Liberal election campaign, which has been on cruise control for much of the first two weeks, has hit a speed bump with the resignation from cabinet of the minister in charge of the province’s traffic laws – over his speeding tickets. 

 

 

 

(1 Tim 1:8 KJV)  But we know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully;
 
(Eccl 8:11 KJV)  Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.

January 14, 2009

No – Self regulating

That includes all professionals

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RCMP Taser deaths face renewed probe  Watchdog to examine officers’ compliance  OTTAWA–The RCMP’s watchdog agency has launched a new probe into the deaths of people who have been Tasered by Mounties. Paul Kennedy, chairman of the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP, said in an interview that he initiated this latest review to establish whether there are patterns in the cases where people have died that call for changes.  Kennedy said he is unaware of any comprehensive look at all the deaths that ensued after Mounties began using conducted-energy weapons in 2001. RCMP officers have used the weapon about 4,300 times over those years, he said. Kennedy would not identify which cases he will examine, but said it is about 10 or 11. Amnesty International says 25 people have died after being Tasered in Canada, including 11 who died when RCMP officers used the weapon.  Critics blame many deaths directly on the excessive use of force by police and the Taser’s discharge of a 50,000-volt shock. Kennedy said the goal of the new review is to see whether officers complied with appropriate training, procedures and “statutory requirements” relating to the use of force, and whether RCMP policies are appropriate.  Kennedy’s earlier report urged the RCMP to do a better job of tracking when and how it uses Tasers, called for only experienced officers to be armed with them, and for immediate medical attention for anyone struck by the weapons. The force appears to have acted on some of his recommendations, but not the latter two.
 
THERE ARE TWO IMMEDIATE IMMEDIATE, VIABLE SOLUTIONS TO THIS RCMP FALSE, CONTINUOUS  NON COMPLIANCE PROBLEMS
 
– IMMEDIATELY CUT THE RCMP BUDGET BY 50 PERCENT
– FIRE ALL THE USELESS, PRETENTIOUS RCMP WATCHDOGS, MANAGERS TOO  IMMEDIATELY AND REPLACE THEM WITH DECENT MANAGERS THAT HAVE REAL POWER AND SKILLS
  
No Professionals should be self regulating, or bluntly masturbating.. That is only common decency, common sense. Self regulating does not work anywhere, not even for Corporations, pastors, lawyers, doctors, Nurses, realtors, accountants…
 
” CP Police shouldn’t be investigating themselves in any province: Ontario ombudsman  Wed Jan 14, 2:34 PM  WINNIPEG – All provinces should follow the lead of Ontario and Manitoba and establish a civilian unit to hold police to account or risk more internal investigations marred by favouritism, Ontario’s ombudsman said Wednesday. Andre Marin just completed an investigation into Ontario’s special investigations unit and is advising Manitoba on the creation of a similar body. He said police show bias when they investigate one of their own and Canadians deserve better. “Police should not be investigating other police when there is serious injury or death,” said Marin, who once headed Ontario’s special investigations unit. “When they do so, inevitably the investigations will suffer from favouritism and bring into question the results of those investigations. “The public will never be satisfied.”  Alberta will only allow civilians to observe investigations involving police while officers remain “in the driver’s seat,” Marin said. Despite questionable investigations into police shootings in Quebec and British Columbia, both provinces defend the status quo, he added. Police in Manitoba have come under fire for their botched investigation into a fatal traffic collision involving an off-duty Winnipeg constable. A public inquiry was called after Crystal Taman died in February 2005 when her car was rear-ended by the officer at a red light. Derek Harvey-Zenk, who had been drinking that night, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving causing death and was given two years of house arrest. An inquiry concluded the investigation into Taman’s death was “riddled with incompetence” and recommended Manitoba set up an independent body to conduct similar probes into police conduct. Police who investigate themselves often give officers months before asking for a statement because they “need time” to recover from the trauma, Marin said. The same courtesy is not extended to civilian witnesses, who are immediately segregated and questioned. He pointed to the passengers on board a Greyhound bus on which a young man was decapitated last summer. Although police say civilians aren’t equipped with the necessary investigation skills, Marin said that is a self-serving argument. It doesn’t take a genius – or a police officer – to probe alleged wrongdoing by police, he said. “You don’t have a mass murderer on the loose,” Marin said. “It’s a question of whether there was legal justification for causing serious injury or death.” 
 
http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090114/national/police_civilian_oversight
  

September 6, 2008

appears to be unconcerned by this matter

“Quebec couple battles corporate giant and wins  Canwest News Service 
 
A former Quebec couple has scored a key legal victory for cellphone customers after a judge ruled they were duped into signing three-year contracts with Telus Mobility Inc. with a misleading promotion.Son Le-Tien and Thi Nguyen broke their contracts with Rogers and signed up with Telus after a 2004 promotion promised a free trip for two to a choice of 25 international cities. After discovering not all was as advertised from promotions partner Free Air fare, the Montreal-area couple tried to cancel their contracts.Telus retailer Contact Com DL Communications of Laval, Que., slapped them with penalties totalled of $1,794.72; all Telus contracts stipulate customers must pay $20 per month in penalty fees for every month remaining on a broken contract.When the couple refused to pay, the retailer handed the file over to a collection agency.The couple sued the Telus retailer in small claims court, and just won a key victory that industry watchers say should send a message to wireless phone companies about misleading promotions and about their billing practices.The couple signed up with Telus after they confirmed Sydney, Australia was part of the promotions package put together by the local Telus dealer. But when they tracked down an official with the travel company working out of an apartment building, they were informed Sydney and Asian cities were off limits. In her decision, Micheline Sasseville of the Quebec Court awarded the couple an additional $2,000, “given the seriousness of the violations” and the attitude of the defendant, who ” appears to be unconcerned by this matter.Technology consultant and telecommunication experts Jesse Hirsch says this response speaks volumes about the attitude of the cellphone industry. The outcome of the lawsuit, however, should be a wake-up call to them, he said.”There are so many Canadians who don’t understand the contracts they sign with their wireless providers and the marketing that leads them to sign them is misleading. But people don’t have the time, money and courage to fight back,” said Hirsch.”It shows that when people fight back, they win, but what a hassle.”

Michael Geist, Canada Research Chair of Internet and E-commerce law at the University of Ottawa added: “The bigger issue here is it places the spotlight on these long-term contracts, which are becoming enormously problematic . . . It may embolden other consumers to similarly take action in this instance.”” 
 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 
Sadly this practice of false, misleading adverting is too often had even been done by some Internet service providers who also were, are  appears to be “unconcerned by this matter” and due to the millions of consumer involved the governments themselves should firstly step in, regulate and enforce the matters.. not the courts.
do see also
http://postedat.wordpress.com/2008/09/05/and-i-used-to-think-that-politicians-were-big-liars/
 
do see also https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/08/12/apple-mr-jobs-has-admitted-privacy-invasion-iphone/

August 23, 2008

Mickey Mouse RCMP, Police, Canada

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Too typical RCMP – NOVA.SCOTIA (CBC) – The lawyer for a Nova Scotia native band says a Halifax Regional Police investigation into the shooting death of a Cape Breton fisherman missed key evidence in the case. Gary Richard, the lawyer for the Wagmatcook First Nation, gave transcripts of interviews to the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP, and said they provide key information about the fatal police shooting of John Simon. “The investigation that led to critical decisions on whether charges would be laid, or disciplinary action taken, was incomplete and even in some respects indifferent,” The band has been calling for a public inquiry into the 2008 death of Simon. RCMP Const. Jeremy Frenette was called to Simon’s house on Dec. 2, 2008. He climbed through a window to deal with an allegedly drunk, suicidal and armed Simon and ended up shooting him dead. Halifax Regional Police, who were called in to investigate, determined that Frenette ignored a supervisor’s directive to stay put, but said the officer didn’t break any laws and acted in self-defence. The report concluded that Simon had threatened Frenette with a rifle. The report quoted Frenette as saying, “I felt he was gonna shoot me.” On Thursday, Richard said that a medical first responder from the reserve was among the first on the scene after Simon was shot, and she told band investigators that she didn’t see a rifle anywhere near Simon as he lay bleeding on the floor. “Again, this is immediately after the shooting,” Richard said. “There was no evidence of a firearm, even though she looked very carefully for her own safety. “It’s a shocking omission from the report.” That first responder, Elizabeth Googoo, confirmed in a telephone interview with CBC News that she did not see a rifle at the scene. Googoo said during the police investigation, she felt pressured by the officers to say she saw a gun in the room. “To me it seemed like they wanted me to say that the gun was somewhere but I didn’t see it,” she said. “It’s like they wanted me to say that the gun was in the room but like I said, I swear I even told them, ‘I swear I didn’t see the gun.'” Kevin Brosseau, director of operations for the CPC, said he would consider the evidence brought forward by the band. “We’ll want to get a look at all information that’s relevant to this incident. Background could be relevant, it could be helpful. I’ll have to look at their submissions,” he said. “I’ve just been handed a number of documents. I’ve yet to look at them. I’ll consider them and I’ll be able to report on that later on.” The band claims the investigation that cleared Frenette of any wrongdoing was deeply flawed. The CPC will look into how the RCMP handled the incident. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/cbc/100610/canada/canada_novascotia_ns_wagmatcook_rcmp_commission

Me I ask rightfully STILL EVEN for  the RCMP to catch and convict  the murderous Taser persons at the Vancouver Airport. by even an alcoholic RCMP it seems https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/11/11/no-rcmp-alcoholics-it-seems/

Not that child porn would be unique in this regard: police regularly overstate the value of drugs and cigarettes they seize.

While most of the Police according to some persons  are supposedly upstanding members willing to respect Canada’s constitutional history, some are clearly not, in fact they are in reality too often racists, cause they are admittedly mostly white persons still too,   and in the end one rotten apple will spoil the rest anyway.   And most police work in is necessarily done in secret and with no full oversight thus with the rise of para-militarism in Canadian police forces and the rapidly growing false police disdain of any civilian oversight I also do rightfully think it is dangerous to simply to leave the police alone or even to  take what the police say at face value –I would severely discipline any police  subordinate who broke the rules of engagements, rules of fairness, respect, decency,  and  we all should even seek discipline against any  superior who did so too. Why would we allow any police member to get away with now still too? 
 
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The RCMP is supposedly now aggressively tackling organized crime in B.C too.  According to the RCMP Public relationship propaganda department too,  because if they the RCMP now did not write a report about it,  it all now still would not be obvious to most people who wonder what the cops are even doing now most of the time, besides giving out money generating traffic traffic tickets,  the report does not  indicate the number of  bad people actually successfully prosecuted each year for the millions of dollars already spend on the related police man-hours now too? nor  does the same RCMP report indicate the cost of the useless police enforcement per year in comparison now to the actual successful prosecutions?   The police Canada wide now also would like you to believe that less people are getting caught for drunk driving now as well,  even though the number of people getting drunk, becoming impaired is increasing each year too, but the accuracy of the police report now itself depends on whether the police do even bother to try to catch  the drunk drivers  or where they still  they are too busy writing the traffic tickets for speeding. even though speeding still is not a major cause of car accidents to start of with too.
 
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Friday, 22 August 2008   The Criminal Intelligence Service Canada (CISC) released the 2008 report on organized crime today in Montreal. Sgt. Tim Shields of the RCMP in B.C. made the following comments regarding organized crime in this province: “In British Columbia, the illicit marihuana industry alone is estimated at $6 billion per year. This figure does not include revenue from the sale of crystal meth, cocaine and heroin, and from identity theft, credit card fraud, prostitution, gun smuggling, human trafficking, and money laundering — all of which are traditional activities for organized crime groups. But even more alarming is the violent crime associated to organized crime such as shootings in public places, kidnappings and the murders of innocent people. “Members of organized crime groups are not law abiding citizens — they don’t play by the rules our communities live by. Their greed supersedes all the laws and values that we as a society embrace. Normal law-abiding citizens consider the impact of their behaviors and actions; these people don’t. They think nothing of selling drugs to our children, taking advantage of our elderly or opening fire in our neighbourhoods.  “What are police doing about it? In B.C. – a great deal. Today there are more than 17 police units and government agecies actively working together to combat organized crime.  If you are aware of organized crime activities, call your local police,  call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.  Calling the police can too often be a waste of time cause they the police too often still are even falsely selective as to the type of work next that they are willing to undertake    and they might  next ask you to freely   help to  do their own paid Jobs, and yes  the same that they are being paid for !    
   
Police ‘not on top of organized crime’: RCMP CBC.ca Organized crime goes green as criminals learn to exploit … The Canadian Press – 22 Aug 2008 MONTREAL – Organized criminals in Canada are going green, turning to environmental crime as an increasingly lucrative way of raising money.
 
Identity theft becoming cash cow for organized crime National PostCanada.com – CTV.ca – The Gazette (Montreal) – CJAD

all 97 news articles »  http://news.google.ca/?ncl=1239122708&hl=en&topic=n     

  
RCMP.OUTING
 
 

The Braidwood Inquiry into the Taser-related death of Robert Dziekanski has been blown up and left in ruins by the revelation a key RCMP e-mail was withheld from the commission. After months of outrage about the conduct of the four Mounties who responded to Vancouver Airport Oct. 14, 2007, who can believe that at the last minute, a federal lawyer would produce what many would consider a smoking gun — an e-mail saying the officers decided to use the Taser before confronting the Polish immigrant? If true, the Nov. 5, 2007, e-mail titled “Media strategy — release of the YVR video,” from RCMP Chief Supt. Dick Bent to assistant commissioner Al McIntyre, establishes the four have been lying through their teeth. This critical document suggests the four officers committed perjury and that senior officers sat silent while they did so. Worse, it seems there are many other documents that have not been turned over that may be relevant. This e-mail was one of 260 documents on a CD sent by the RCMP to the justice department last April, yet the federal lawyers didn’t open the CD until last week.. Commissioner William Elliott’s carefully parsed press release was equally unbelievable: “This was simply an oversight. Unfortunately in an exercise of this magnitude, such an oversight can occur.” Bollocks. No one but a moron overlooks the import of an e-mail like this. The officers deny the explosive content is true and Roberts says Bent was wrong in what he said. But their protestations ring hollow after almost 18 months of bluster and denial. So does Elliott’s threadbare these-things-happen excuse. The situation is as bad as the most virulent critics of the Mounties feared. This is no longer about four officers who made mistakes in judgment: It’s about an organization that thinks it is above the law.  .It is time to thank commissioner Braidwood for his excellent work in bringing these unsettling facts to light and it’s time to appoint a special prosecutor.  The B.C. Law Society should also begin an investigation into the conduct of Roberts and any other federal lawyer involved in this staggering lack of disclosure. That was not an “oversight.” It was professional incompetence or a cover-up. http://www.vancouversun.com/Mounties+Tasering+should+face+prosecution/1716660/story.html

 

 

Don’t cut education. Don’t cut social services. Don’t cut public safety. Don’t  And whatever you do, cut government workers, aides, politicians out of town travel, related expenses, alcoholic entertainments too

 
NOW WE FIND OUT THAT THE RCMP management clearly lied, also to blame.. Mounties read through 1,000 internal e-mails preparing for inquiry  AND HID SOME FROM THE INQUIRY AS WELL..
 
“RCMP’s communication strategy ultimately failed. The force did not publicly correct inaccuracies or defend its role in the case, fearing that information might alter witnesses’ recollection of events. Police also believed, the report said, that public opinion would switch to supporting the RCMP after all the facts were known. We found neither argument valid,” the report said. “For deeply rooted systemic reasons and long-held views regarding the importance of due process, the RCMP’s management of issues and communications were lacking and caused many of the problems the organization was trying to avoid.”We therefore recommend that clear, precise guidelines about what can be released, and at what point in the investigation, be developed, and that these guidelines be based on a liberal view of releasing information.” http://www.canada.com/News/Mounties+read+through+internal+mails+preparing+inquiry/1714755/story.html
 
“The “Wayne” to whom Chief Supt. Bent presumably is referring in the e-mail is Supt. Wayne Rideout, the head of the integrated homicide investigation team into Mr. Dziekanski’s death who admitted under oath at the commission that he had lied to public as to the circumstances of the incident. Supt. Rideout publicly claimed that Mr. Dzienkanski had been Tasered twice, when in fact the man had been hit with the stun gun at least five times. He also claimed the officers had to wrestle the man to the ground because the first shot had no discernible effect, when in fact video evidence is clear that the distraught would-be immigrant from Poland fell quickly after he was first zapped.  The absolutely sickening thing about this entire episode is that were it not for a bystander with a camera phone who had the presence of mind to videotape the conduct of the four officers, their lies, evasions and concocted story might have worked to let Mr. Dziekanski’s death be explained away.  Commission counsel Art Vertlieb is absolutely justified when he observed Friday that this delayed disclosure raises questions about whether the RCMP has actually shared everything in its files that Mr. Braidwood needs to do the job.”  http://www.thestarphoenix.com/Dziekanski+probe+turns+into+fiasco+RCMP+bungles/1716292/story.html

 

Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. had just returned from a trip overseas and, upon arriving at the property with a driver, found his front door jammed and had to force it open. By the time police arrived at the house, he and the driver had managed to get inside the property. According to police, Prof Gates shouted at the officer and accused him of racial bias. Police Officers were called to Prof Gates’s house after a woman reported seeing two black males – the professor and his driver – trying to force entry.  Prof Gates was still falsely arrested outside his home after providing the officer with identification.  The US president has said police acted “stupidly”,” the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home”, the police should never have arrested him. He added that African-Americans and Hispanics in the United States have long been familiar with racial profiling by law enforcement.. “And even when there are honest misunderstandings, the fact that blacks and Hispanics are picked up more frequently, and often time for no cause, casts suspicion, even when there is good cause.” US President Obama  Prof Gates has said he was “outraged” by the arrest and called the officer, Sgt James Crowley, a “rogue policeman”. Sgt Crowley has refused to apologize.  During the confrontation between the two men, the 58-year-old professor reportedly said: “This is what happens to black men in America.”  The police department did not respond to requests for comment

 and you can add to that the Natives now as well… EVEN IN Canada

Records show heavy eHealth spending on food CTV.ca – Records indicate that eHealth Ontario spent heavily on food despite being warned last November by Health Minister David Caplan to watch expenses.

NOT EVERYONE HAS A HIGH REGARD FOR THE POLICE, RCMP IN CANADA,  Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Manitoba,   etc. 

Hidden agendas, the world is full of it, many people have hidden agendas, Ministers, politicans, cops  too. Sadly some people they tend  present their own “facts,” but fall short in truthfulness  for they tend to falsely  have a hidden agenda, and often they want to be falsely personally worshipped and live in sin too.
 
Is 2:22 Cease to trust in [weak, frail, and dying] man, whose breath is in his nostrils [for so short a time]; in what sense can he be counted as having intrinsic worth?

Our MPs’ spending secrets Toronto Star – Stephen Harper expertly exploited the country’s lack of knowledge of its system to maintain power last winter. Canada’s 308 members of Parliament claim…

 
These people, the same persons and the bad persons, managers  who now hired them too firstly now still are are all career incompatible and they should be clearly encouraged to find work elsewhere, to find work they like to do, such as being on social aid?  The lack of  DECENT OUTPUT is too often a false excuse for the whole system’s malaise the  mostly bad, pretentious supervisors. http://postedat.wordpress.com/2010/06/09/the-workers-who-complain-that-many-errors-are-caused-by-the-work-overload/
The RCMP – Police cartoons are not really funny
 
Read the various spins  even on the very subject, some news reporters tell the truth, others tell gross lies still.. see it for yourself too.
 

August 21, 2008

the Present inflation rate

Gasoline prices pushed inflation rate to 3.4 per cent in July
The Canadian Pressall 21 news articles »

For a start in reality many of the grocery item prices have increased by 40 percent since last year in Canada, and even 10 percent increase in the last month alone!

as for these statistics liars, do now send them to hell where they belong now!

Don’t cut education. Don’t cut social services. Don’t cut public safety. Don’t cut transportation. And whatever you do,   cut government workers. aides, politicians out of town travel, related expenses, alcoholic entertainments too

  

Quebec’s police-shooting policy biased: ombudsman

0conned  so what??????

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Subject: Quebec’s police-shooting policy biased: ombudsman
 
MONTREAL — Ontario’s ombudsman said he has zero confidence in the Surete du Quebec’s ability to impartially investigate the fatal shooting by Montreal police of a young Latino man last week. Quebec’s practice of having one police force investigate another is outdated and should be replaced by an independent civilian body that would oversee incidents in which a member of the public is seriously injured or killed by an officer, he said. Andre Marin said it is outrageous that the SQ, the provincial police force, waited almost a week before talking to the two Montreal police officers involved in the shooting. “When police investigate police … there is favouritism in the investigation,” Mr. Marin told The Montreal Gazette’s editorial board on Monday. “It was seen right away in this case when they failed to interview the witness officer immediately.” Mr. Marin said investigating police often use the trauma “card” and say they are giving the officer time to compose him or herself. “It is completely bogus,” he said of that practice, adding that it gives the officers time to consult union lawyers. In Ontario, a police witness would have been required to give a statement to the province’s civilian Special Investigations Unit within 24 hours of a police shooting. Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit was established in 1990 after a rash of police shootings of young black men in Toronto in the late 1980s, Mr. Marin was director of Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit between 1996 and 1998. http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=732206 
PS needless to say the police report next exonnerated the cops again..
  
So clearly , useless pretentious Prime Minister Stephen Harper  and clearly , useless pretentious security minister    tell me what good are you doing here too.. or are you again even still falsely  sleeping with the bad guys to get their support?
  0rcmp-opp
 
 
 
No  matter how that dirty RCMP weasel spins the facts, tries to weasel out of the truth, the RCMP was clearly wrong on many counts in the Taser death of a polish immigrant at the Vancouver airport.. they were uncompassionate, inconsiderate, used more restraining force than was necessary, and they next also clearly lied to cover-up their own immoral acts, and many times as well, They slander a good man in the process as well.. and so none of this was, is acceptable or forgivable.. none  of it.  https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/04/21/the-mickey-mouse-rcmp-in-canada/
 
0courtjudge 
I AM OLD FASHIONED, WHEN IT COMES TO JUSTICE, I  EXPECT ALL JUSTICE MINISTERS TO DO THEIR JOBS ADEQUATELY, AND NOT MOSTLY LIE, PRETEND THEY ARE DOING IT. I STILL  RARELY CAN ENCOUNTER AN HONEST, DECENT JUSTICE MINISTER IN CANADA AT BOTH THE FEDERAL OR PROVINCIAL LEVELS? WHY IS IT? IS IT CAUSE THEY ARE LAWYERS? AND LAWYERS ARE KNOWN TO BE BIG LIARS? OR IS IT CAUSE THEY ARE UNACCEPTABLY TOO TYPICAL OF THE LYING POLITICIANS THESE DAYS WE SEEM TO HAVE.
 
0highcourt
 
Our federal ,  provincial,  municipal  governments unacceptably  seem to  work slow, if at all,  when it comes to looking after the citizens good welfare.. Clearly it seems when the citizens are being abused by the Police no one cares to act upon the matter, and when the police are being abused than that is another matter.. what an unacceptable double standard here as well.. now let’s get some real justice ministers in office, and not more liars, pretenders, imposters.
 
0revenue
  
Every day police officers leave their homes and families and put their lives on the line for a salary, cause this is what they are being paid for, hired for and this does not mean that they are now even free of any negative criticism while they are doing their paid  duties, especially when there are so many outstanding questions regarding their    inappropriate use of authority, force by too many police officers,  plus the unacceptable false  cover ups of their wrong doings and their unacceptable lying now  too.  Plus basically  nothing has even changed in the Vancouver airport customs area since the RCMP’s death of the police immigrant Dziekanski. And there are still concerns about Liberal candidate Kash Heed and his former role as West Vancouver police chief and his unexpected retirement from the force less than two years into his contract, “There’s still a lot of anger about a $40,000 severance payout even though he voluntarily quit in February, leaving many unanswered questions about his status on the force,”  to supposedly avoid legal prosecution too. “The cops have a responsibility to follow moral leadership and let me tell you, the cops do not have that here [in Abbotsford] “NDP candidate for Abbotsford South, Bonnie Rai. These are all valid issues, concerns too.
 

    

August 16, 2008

Clearly the Canadian CRTC is in someone’s back pocket

 

The Bell company has also adopted rebranded its Bell ExpressVu, Sympatico and residential service in favour of Bell TV, Bell Internet and Bell Home Phone.”It’s all to convince to convey that Bell is and has gotten better,” Bell Mobility president Wade Oosterman said in an interview.But telecom analyst Carmi Levy of AR Communications said the changes will have little impact unless they are accompanied by a dramatic improvement to customer service.”You can change your logo and you can change the name of your offering until the cows come home but if you don’t change the fundamental way that you operate, then the rebranding effort will be for not,” the Toronto-based analyst said in an interview.He said Bell needs to be less adversarial and aggressive with customers and more responsive to their needs.“This needs to be just the first salvo in an ongoing effort to become a softer friendlier company to deal with.”New Bell chief executive George Cope has promised to improve customer service as it completely overhauls the vast business. The Montreal-based company recently announced plans to shed 15 per cent of management and sell non-core assets.

CRTC Internet Traffic Ruling Throttled ‘Til October

Complaints over the throttling of Internet traffic – in apparent violation of industry regulations if not ‘Net neutrality aspirations – are themselves being slowed.

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has delayed its ruling on a dispute involving Bell Canada and third party Internet Service Providers over Internet data rates and throughput.

The CRTC now says it will rule on the fight between Bell and the Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP) by Oct. 31. ”

Clearly the CRTC is in someone’s back pocket  for the CRTC is not speedily working on behalf of the many complaining  Canadian citizens

Believe it or not, face it or not Bad and abusive  Corporations,   churches,   pastors,   cops, in fact all bad persons are often the number one concerns of many people, on the net too, many citizens,  in every province, Canada wide too,  and yet this is an area where the too often pretentious government, poor ministers, that have wrongfully also  hired too often their pretentious friends into key  and secondary jobs now too, are clearly wrongfully not doing enough now here  too… but they still steal, take a big   salary, with perks, expenses accounts  wrongfully for it too..   https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/corupted/

 
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/08/12/apple-mr-jobs-has-admitted-privacy-invasion-iphone/
 
 
PS: In the US early-termination fees on cell phone contracts are illegal AND WHAT ABOUT IN Canada?

A Canadian consumer cancelling their cell phone, or their Home Phone or their Internet service provider  and any the supposedly applicable termination fees, related  early cell phone termination fees  supreme court ruling in the US FIRSTLY does not apply in Canada since the Telecommunication industry and the ISP, Internet service providers are all still  unregulated by the governments, all of them, neither the customers or the corporations, providers they  they generally are not subject to any possible COURT DISPUTES SETTLEMENTS, REGULATIONS, AND  even if Rogers or Bell tries to tell you otherwise? and tries to  enforce their cancellation fees? They Corporations they have to rely on the good will of their customers to pay these inapplicable contract, termination charges in Canada? True or false?

Some persons still do argue that when you agree to the contract with a carrier for  that new phone even for free or at a discounted rate, or an ISP, Iphone services   it was understood what you were doing entering into a legally bind contract so do explain to me what the point of a contract is… when you can just get out of it at any time with no deterrent? or Bell itself often as is it often the case now too does not keep their promised contractual commitments, and secondly their CONTRACT CLAUSES, agreements, clauses are so one sided, unfair the the  COURTS TEND  NOT SUPPORT THEM NOW AS WELL.
 
“A California Supreme Court judge has ruled that early-termination fees on cell phone contracts are illegal. This is HUGE. Contracts and early-termination fees basically define the cell phone industry in the United States. Could we be headed for a major change if this decision holds? By locking consumers into 1 to 2-year contracts with an early-termination fee tacked on, carriers are able to guarantee a certain amount of revenue from their subscribers. By doing this, they are able to offer subsidies on the actual hardware. This is why the iPhone 3G is only $199, but requires a 2-year contract. This is completely different from Europe and other markets where consumers pay full price for their hardware, but are not forced to sign any contracts. There will be appeals by the cell carriers, but if this holds, what could happen? Early termination fees put the power in the hands of the carrier. How many times have you heard a friend say they would love to get a new phone or switch carriers only to shoot down their idea because they are under contract for another year? In some cases, it could even be cheaper to pay for two contracts instead of paying the early termination fee on one. So, let’s assume this decision holds, and carriers aren’t legally allowed to charge these fees, we’ll probably either see the carriers attempt to work around the legal problems through a loophole or the abolition of cell phone contracts. Hooray! Except, cheap handsets are the first thing to follow contracts out the door. Most people don’t realize that cell phones are actually fairly expensive pieces of hardware after years and years of discounted, subsidized prices. In the end, it’s hard to say if the consumer will save money out of contract, but with a full-priced device. It’ll depend on the plans, which could increase in price in response. So if we might not actually save any money, what will be gained by this decision? Freedom. Some cell phone carriers are notorious for poor customer service because they probably don’t feel like going out of their way to help their customers when they have them locked into a contract. Without contracts, a greater responsibility to appease and provide for the customer falls on the carriers. Suddenly, threats to cancel service and move to a competitor could have meaning. Carriers would have to fight to keep you as a customer. Pair this up with the trend of moving toward open networks that must accept any device and you’ve got the making of a European style cell phone market. That is, of course, if the carriers don’t just find a loophole. You can be sure their best lawyers are on the case. On the hardware side, most phones would end up being sold unlocked. We wouldn’t be surprised if the retail market for devices moves online or into big box retailers, while the service is sold by carriers. Sure, they’d sell phones too, but suddenly a whole new market complete with competition could open for unlocked handsets. If you were suddenly able to break your contract without consequence, would you switch carriers? Are you patiently waiting for your contract to end so you can get a new phone or upgrade?    http://www.g4tv.com/thefeed/blog/post/687741/No_Early_Termination_Fees_Will_The_Cell_Market_Completely_Change.html

   

do see the many Post about Bell here too..

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/05/21/bell-throttles-internet-speeds/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/05/23/3-of-canadas-top-news-stories-relating-to-the-court-justice/

I have a  engineering degree, Concordia University , Montreal 1 , and I had worked as a ReMax Realtor in Calgary too but in my decades of real life experiences in Canada the existing laws, regulating societies, governments clearly did not stop many Realtors,  lawyers or even now Bell Sympatico from telling lies to the customers, others.  http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/07/13/misapplications-of-the-laws-in-canada/
 
Imagine that Bell has been in Business for many years and is still guilty now clearly of misleading advertisements, fraudulent and unacceptable business practices, not living up to their contractual obligations, as I now have PERSONALLY WITNESSED, EXPERIENCED  and undeniably detailed to even Bell and many others many times too now . I Paid for a high speed unlimited download service but that is not what I got next. I got low internet speed at a high price. With Bell you have to check your actual delivered speeds , “internet download and upload speed test” cause Bell seems to change it to suit themselves..  (Presently I am with Acanac Inc. http://www.acanac.ca 1-866-281-3538, and do  see their speed test too).

August 8, 2008

Bell, Sympatico – Customer’s profiles

  
One of the most disturbing thing about Bell Sympatico, besides the fact they are big liars, who do not disclose the full truth to the customers before or after,  is the issue of the customer’s individual Service profile continually reset by Bell itself.. and the customer’s profile varies with customer to customer,   it is critical too for  it determines the customer’s actual internet download and upload speed that Bell next delivers to the customer. I am sure Bell will use this same approach with their iphones service now  too. While all residential customers may pay the same amount for a high speed download service from BELL in reality they do not even get the same download and upload capacities.
 
Do see also http://witnessed.wordpress.com/2008/07/29/this-next-was-so-predictable-even-by-me-too/
 
“My internet connection has been re-profiled 4 times that I know of since I signed up. On initial installation I was getting a 3 meg profile. I submitted a support ticket via the Acanac website and was pleasantly surprised to have my connection re-profiled to a 4 meg connection. That lasted 2 weeks then Bell re-profiled me to a 2.5 Meg connection. That was infuriating so I submitted another ticket to have my connection re-profiled. I put that ticket in 2 months ago and my connection has gone from bad to worse. Recently I was re-profiled again down to a 1.7 meg internet connection. I have sent 3 emails about my connection and every time Acanac ( my sub contractor of Bell ISP) support tells me they will look into it or they say a tech will come out to fix it but nothing ever happens.”
http://www.dslreports.com/comments/2744?filter=neg
 
What is a Profile, and why does Bell use profiles? Bell clearly is unable to meet all of the promised, advertised  customer speeds, customer’s demands in many areas , even  in big cities too, because their line capacities are overcrowded, inadequate, or the lines have not been properly upgraded. So they Bell use their own determined profiles to set limit on the individual customer to hopefully be able to balance their own internet service supply lines.. so you can see why Bell and their lying spin doctors falsely oppose any regulations  for themselves.
 
FULL ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY SHOULD APPLY TO BELL  new as well, not just to Stephen Harper, and his too many past unkept promises in this area now as well.
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/08/09/libel-on-the-net/

do see also  http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/11/03/dealing-effectively-with-computer-viruses/ http://thenonconformer.blogspot.com/2008/11/acanaccon.html

 
 
A great site to see also is http://www.p2pnet.net/
http://www.p2pnet.net/story/16648
    
  1. Reader’s Write Says:
    July 9th, 2008 at 10:29 am

    Enough is Enough!

    We don’t need parasites like Jim Prentice!

    Let take this guy tar and feather him and through him out of the government may be even of Canada!

    Message to Prentice:

    Prentice! You want to represent crappy multinational corporations of gangsters instead of the Canadian people?

    Fine! face the consequences then!

    People of Canada will retake their government soon and you might end up in prison for accepting bribery.

    Mark my worlds!  http://www.p2pnet.net/story/16334#comment-676234

             

  • thenonconformer Says:
    August 8th, 2008 at 6:12 am Sent: Friday, August 08, 2008 8:18 AM
    To: correspondenceminister = CorrespondenceMinister@ic.gc.ca
    >> Prentice! You want to represent crappy multinational corporations of gansters instead of the Canadian people?
    Jim Prentice MP Do you deny it? or what do you think about it?
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