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April 26, 2011

It is no surprise that the RCMP too often cannot catch the bad guys


It is no surprise that the RCMP too often cannot catch the bad guys cause the RCMP management cannot even properly manage it’s bad RCMP officers effectively too.
“RCMP need to do better when investigating complaints: cell shooting report  (The Canadian Press) – PINCHER CREEK, Alta. — Long before RCMP Const. Mike Ferguson was convicted of shooting a prisoner to death in a holding cell, he was known around the office as an angry man with an explosive temper.
The judge urged that all future internal RCMP complaints be investigated thoroughly and within specific timelines. Redman said it was clear well before the shooting that Ferguson had anger management issues.The inquiry was told Ferguson bullied his colleagues. He frequently hectored a francophone officer and told her if she wasn’t a woman he’d “deck her.” He publicly complained about French people, the inquiry was told, and said francophone RCMP officers were ineffective in all-anglophone detachment areas.
Ferguson once picked up a drunk juvenile young offender and allegedly punched him in a cell. The youth complained and showed bruises to his head and chest, but police dismissed it.
The Mountie once swore at and challenged another officer to duke it out in the police garage to see who was the detachment’s “top dog.”   
 what RCMP stands now for realy crazy mounted police?

April 21, 2011

RCMP under review again and again..


Police role at BC group homes to be probed – ‎BC’s Representative for Children and Youth says she will launch a special investigation into reports that some group home staff members are using police to help discipline children. The decision follows her preliminary investigation into an RCMP

Hey we know the too often  mickey mouse rcmp tends to be too often abusive
……….. as far as the  the bad RCMP

Building cleaner at our prime minister’s residence allegedly did not pay taxes, she was paid under the table



OTTAWA – A Somali-Canadian single mother who said she was paid under the table to clean the prime minister’s residence skipped a news conference Wednesday where she was set to air her complaints. Zahra Bulle spoke to The Canadian Press the evening before, describing how she had done janitorial work inside 24 Sussex Drive last year. She said she was paid in cash by a contracting company and felt uncomfortable about it;

The Prime Minister himself should not be surprised by these allegations for I had reported in writing again too to the federal cabinet this year this was a very common practised  in fact, after my having talked to property managers and they had told me that they had a cash reserve to do so.. and as I had also detailed that one of my bad relatives had for decades practised this tax evasion when he hired family members to work for him


In fact major tax evasions, working under the table is an ongoing reality..

December 9, 2010

actions speak louder over words

Anti-asbestos activists meet Que. minister Group travelled from Asia to protest asbestos mineral’s export
Anti-asbestos activists from Asia make their case to the Quebec government Thursday. (CBC)Anti-asbestos activists from Asia brought their message to Quebec’s minister of economic development Thursday. The group met with ( my  useless  MLA) Clément Gignac, hoping to persuade him not to provide financial support for a Quebec asbestos mine.The Charest government is considering a $58-million loan guarantee to an Indian consortium that wants to reopen the Jeffrey mine near Asbestos Que., north of Sherbrooke. But the Asian delegation is asking the government to do otherwise. “Millions of workers in the developing countries are going to be exposed to the asbestos which is being exported from Canada,” said union activist Anup Srivastava from India. Of 13 original mines there is only one left in operation in Quebec extracting the cancer-causing mineral. Once valued for its heat resistance, flexibility and insulation properties, it is banned in many parts of the world, including the European Union. The delegation from India, Japan, Indonesia and Korea had hoped to meet with Premier Jean Charest, but Charest refused their request. Kathleen Ruff, a human rights adviser at the Rideau Institute, said it’s unacceptable that both Charest and Prime Minister Stephen Harper continue to defend the asbestos industry. “It’s inexcusable on the level of science, and inexcusable on the level of humanity. The only reason is politics, that they want to win the seat where the asbestos mine is located,” she said.
“Harper and Charrest should be charged for exporting asbestos, a hazardous material, to developping countries, blocking its listing at the Rotterdam Convention and wasting taxpayers’ money in shameful propaganda with the Chrysotile Institute. Dear Prime Minister, Dear Premier Charrest, THE SCIENCE is there. There is no safe level of exposure to asbestos to anybody, black, white, big or small, male or female.
If you don’t listen to science, use your integrity and keep it strong. Do not cause harm to anybody on this planet for 500 jobs. We could buy each one of those 500 jobs with the $58 million gift contemplated to be given to the consortium. The poor workers who had been pressured to drop their earning to $14/hr would be more than happy to start local businesses with a a lump sum of $116,000. This would be a very good use of my taxpayer’s money.
All about money – gotta buy those votes! Nobody with money or in a position of power cares one bit about the welfare of people – especially about those who live in poor countries and/or who have brown skin.”
Mr. Charest, please pass the torch? Mr. Charest, please light the torch at least for you  would like us to be in the dark for a much too long  time..  In every politician’s career, there comes the time to throw in the towel.

December 7, 2010

Even under the Liberals, Conservatives the big crooks tend to get merely a slap on the wrist


“All of my life I have heard parents, preachers and others say: “Crime does not pay.” They must not have known about the public officials who have stolen from their constituents and then have retired with generous checks from the government. It is extremely difficult to try to convince our children and young people that crime does not pay when many criminals rake in millions of dollars and are then given only a slap on the wrist. No convicted public official should be allowed to receive one penny from the government. In addition, he ought to reimburse the government for every dime he has taken illegally. In fact, he ought to have to repay at least $10 for every dollar he has taken. That might deter some public criminals, that is, if our court system would enforce the law.”

Justice decisions seem to be falsely clouded with political influences at both the federal and provincial levels now too. The above firms  to date wrongfully  face no criminal charges for their wrong doings. and why is that?  Their executives  should also get a jail term of up to 5 years for each charge.
We all can readily know that Double standard justice systems exist wrongfully still in Canada where the rich, powerful, influential or professionals do get now special treatment over the ordinary citizens and this is now always still unacceptable.  
The law and order Conservatives have failed to live up to their own promises here too while they themselves act immorally even by lying…


TI’s Global Corruption Barometer included poll results suggesting that 62 per cent of Canadians believed corruption has increased over the past three years, and almost three-quarters (74 per cent) didn’t think governments were doing enough to crack down.

CP MONTREAL – Two companies linked to Quebec’s construction scandals have pleaded guilty to tax evasion. The Canada Revenue Agency had filed charges against two companies for which Tony Accurso is listed as an administrator: Constructions Louisbourg Ltd. and Simard-Beaudry Construction Inc. Both firms avoided trial today by pleading guilty in a Laval, Que., courtroom. They admitted to improperly claiming $19 million in business expenses between 2003 and 2008, as a result failing to pay $4 million in taxes. But the two companies now owe a total of $8.26 million in fines and back taxes. They are accused of using shady accounting practices, including falsified records and using fake bills.

OTTAWA – The clearly buck passing also, Ostrich Justice Minister Rob Nicholson insists the federal government will not get involved in Quebec’s investigation into Mafia corruption in the construction industry.
Federal Public Safety Minister Vic Toews denies knowing at the time about Ontario’s decision to pass a law giving police heightened powers during the G20 summer summit in Toronto. It comes after the province’s ombudsman, André Marin, tabled a scathing report this week on security decisions at the G20 that he said lead to the “most massive compromise of civil liberties in Canadian history.” Marin’s report also raised questions about the federal role in the security decisions for the G8 and G20 summits in June.But Toews, the minister responsible for the RCMP, insisted the decision to give police special powers at the summit was a provincial matter that had nothing to do with him or his department.”You’re talking about the regulation that the McGuinty government passed? It was sometime after the G8/G20 event,” Toews told reporters Wednesday when asked about when he learned of Ontario’s passing changes to the Public Works Protection Act.” I certainly wasn’t aware of the concerns that were being raised with the bill.”That statement contradicts at least one of the findings of Marin, whose report suggests the RCMP and Toews’s department did know about the Toronto police request to have the controversial regulation passed. he ombudsman said the RCMP and, by extension, Toews’s department, should have known. Marin added that part of the reason why Toronto police turned to the Ontario government was that federal officials were reluctant to use an existing federal law for security. Liberal public safety critic Mark Holland said the federal government is simply refusing to be accountable. “It is absolutely ludicrous they would say they’re not responsible for security when they headed the task force that integrated and co-ordinated all security,” Holland said Wednesday. “On the one hand, they led it all. And on the other hand, they say they have no responsiblity.”  All three opposition parties are now calling for a full public inquiry into summit security, while Holland said attempts by the Commons public safety committee to get to the bottom of the federal role have gone nowhere. 
The Prime Minister is still Canada’s chief Justice Minister.
In spite of the often mere Public relationship news releases do Face it that basically crime, theft, tax evasions, tax payer’s money abuses are still now rampant for decades too in CANADA and Canada wide  even because the too often pretentious civil and public servants, related  police are firstly are not doing their jobs, they are not only incompetent, but indifferent even mainly cause their political masters would not let them do it as well.. the RCMP included now.. Instead the police spend most of their time and energy on revenue generating traffic tickets, which are not even the major causes of accidents too.
 Now what about us ALL  having decent, honest governments rather?

Albertan solicitor general attempts to quash the citizens democratic rights to complain.


April 29, 2010

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