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Preface Is RCMP Psychologist Neal Anderson out to lunch? Neal D. Anderson, Ph .D., C.Psych. Divisional Psychologist RCMP, "D7"V": Division Health Services 1091 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 3K2 tel: (204) 984-2007 fax: (204) 984-5580 email: neal.d.anderson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca As the young applicant recalled, this was the nature of his conversation with Anderson: Anderson: Would you be able to use force, arrest an individual suspected of a crime? Me: Yes. I have already arrested a number of criminals for different offences and have assisted others, Loss Prevention Officers, and police officers in arresting others. Anderson: If a mayor or family member committed a crime would you be able to arrest them. Me: Yes absolutely, I dislike anyone who has committed a crime, no matter what the crime is, and will not hesitate to arrest them or see that corrective action be taken for their criminal behavior. For instance, if my folks broke traffic laws I have informed them I would have to ticket them. I do not like associating with people who have admitted to crimes or been convicted of crimes. Anderson: Have you been a victim of a crime? Me: No. My parents raised me correctly in believing right from wrong, that is why I have never done anything wrong in my life. Anderson: Do you see everything in black and white, with regards to bad guys and good guys? Me: No there are areas of gray. For instance in my Loss Prevention, I detained people but did not call the police as there was no need to call the police, as the amount of merchandise was small or the person was co2

operative, but if one has committed a crime they will need to be detain. Anderson: Is there any reason for someone to break the law? Me: Police forces and police officers operating in under-cover incidents should be allowed to break the law if it can crack down on organized crime or terrorist groups, but there is no reason for an ordinary civilian to break the law. As the young clean-cut recruit also mentioned, apparently this Anderson became more disturbed or agitated after each answer given? Maybe, its this Anderson who should be assessed? Is this Anderson out to lunch? Police serve and protect! Thats what this clean-cut kid wanted to do?

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HEY LISA LAPOINTE, CHIEF CORONER, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT THE 40 YEAR OLD RCMP LIES BY DARBY LOVE AND SANFU CHEN Chapter 1 What are you going to do about the 40 yuear old RCMP lies published by Squamish in 1976 and again in 2013? Chapter 2 People are wondering, is the British Columbia Coroners Office usless under Lisa Lapointe, Chief Coroner? Chapter 3 Even the experts apparently think the British Columbia Coroners Office is usless under Lisa Lapointe, Chief Coroner? Chapter 4 Hey Lisa Lapointe, Chief Coroner, what are you going to do about these 40 year old RCMP lies uploaded by Darby Love and Sanfu Chen? Chapter 5 Hey, W-5 does the Conspiracy make even more sense now? Chapter 6 RCMP kill Squamish Native in 2013!

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OTHER STUPIDS WITH THE CANADIAN FEDERAL POLICE


Chapter 1 The Killing of a Polish Immigrant - Within seconds, Robert Dziekanski had been Tasered. Even after falling to the ground, shrieking in pain, the RCMP repeatedly Tasered him Chapter 2 RCMP Taser Hospitalized 82-Year-Old Man Chapter 3 RCMP have denied using excessive force in the arrest of a 70-year-old woman Chapter 4 Nanaimo RCMP officer says How come every chick I arrest lately refuses to put clothes on and theyre the ones you never want to see naked Chapter 5 Judge blasts RCMP for shoddy investigative work Chapter 6 Judge in Basi-Virk Case Rips RCMP Chapter 7 RCMP officer was drunk and forced his way into a Winnipeg home, spooking the female resident Chapter 8 Perverts, sexual deviants occupy top RCMP ranks Chapter 9 Langley RCMP officer Adam Jonathan Clarke was charged in June with two counts of child luring Chapter 10 A female passerby witnessed an RCMP constable openly masturbating in his unmarked police vehicle he smiled Chapter 11 RCMP Gary Stevens guilty of sexually assaulting two teenage girls Chapter 12 Dont trust so-called RCMP psychologists, they are as crooked as the rest of them!

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HEY LISA LAPOINTE, CHIEF CORONER, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT THE 40 YEAR OLD RCMP LIES BY DARBY LOVE AND SANFU CHEN

Chapter 1 What are you going to do about the 40 yuear old RCMP lies published by Squamish in 1976 and again in 2013?

Bob Paulson, RCMP Commissioner RCMP National Headquarters Headquarters Building 73 Leikin Drive Ottawa ON K1A 0R2 613-993-7267 Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada Constituency Office 1600 - 90th Avenue SW, Suite A-203 Calgary, Alberta T2V 5A8 Telephone: 403-253-7990 Fax: 403-253-8203 stephen.harper@parl.gc.ca Lisa Lapointe, Chief Coroner Chief Coroner's Office Metrotower II Suite 800 - 4720 Kingsway Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4N2 Phone: 604 660-7745 Facsimile: 604 660-7766 CoronerRequest@gov.bc.ca RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson and Prime Minister Stephen Harper and British Columbia Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe Squamish has uploaded 40 year old RCMP lies what are you going to do about it? What kind of graduates does the University of Alberta have? Darby Love and Sanfu Chen both happen to be graduates of the library studies program at the University of Alberta. Why would a University of Alberta graduate travel all the way to Squamish British Columbia, Canada? A distance of 1,223 km? Why would a University of Alberta graduate travel all the way to Squamish British Columbia, Canada to upload one article from a non-existent newspaper to the internet? 7

The company that owned the paper doesn't exist anymore so while the library has verbal permission to use the archives of the Squamish Times there is no formal document making it clear so an application is in front of the copyright board seeking formal acknowledgement that the library can publish the newspaper archive online, says Sanfu Chen. What was Sanfu Chens purpose? The author reveals the mystery! Squamish, British Columbia, Canada The home of Liars! These people published their 40 year old lies anyway at the insistence of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson!! Squamish Public Librarian Sanfu Chen & Darby Love! The Squamish Chief newspaper Laila Michell, David Burke, Rebecca Aldous? These books will be published until these bastards remove the shit they have uploaded!!

Chapter 2 People are wondering, is the British Columbia Coroners Office usless under Lisa Lapointe, Chief Coroner?

B.C. coroner refused to investigate death, says family Family suspected link between birth control pills and blood clots CBC News Posted: Feb 5, 2013 5:31 PM PT http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2013/02/05/bc-coronerbergen-yasmin.html

A Salmon Arm woman is questioning why the B.C. Coroners Service did not investigate the potential links between the sudden death of her sister and the birth control pill she was prescribed.

When 36-year-old Rhonda Bergen died suddenly from blood clots in hospital this past December, the coroner refused to investigate, saying she had died from natural causes. But the family decided to pay for their own autopsy to find out what really caused her death. Critics say it's another example of the coroners service not doing its job. Bergen was overweight and suffered from poly cystic ovarian syndrome, her sister Lorelei Holden told CBC News, and Bergen was particularly troubled with one of the side effects of the illness. "She really struggled with extra hair growth. Because of the syndrome you have extra male hormones in your body," said Holden. Prescribed birth control pills for condition Six weeks before her death, Bergen's doctor put her on a prescription for Yasmin, a birth control pill to treat the condition. After five weeks on Yasmin, Bergen suddenly developed breathing problems and went to a walk-in clinic where the doctor told her she was likely suffering from the flu. "'We'll put you on amoxicillan and order a chest X-ray,'" Holden recalls her sister was told. Four days later, Bergen's breathing had worsened and she checked in to the emergency room at the hospital in Salmon Arm. But the emergency room doctor told her that her chest X-ray was clear and she was sent home once again. Eight hours later she returned, this time in an ambulance. Doctors soon determined she had a life-threatening condition: huge blood clots had developed in her lungs. "They did a CT scan and found pulmonary embolisms," said Holden. "She told me that she was scared and she asked me not to leave and I told her I wouldn't leave," said Holden. But Bergen didn't last another hour. She died on Dec. 16. Yasmin linked to increased risk

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Both the US Food and Drug Administration and the Health Canada warn the hormone in Yasmin increases the risk of clots by as much as three times, when compared with older birth control pills. Studies show that on average one in 10,000 women on older birth control pills will develop blood clots, but as many as three in 10,000 will develop clots on newer pills like Yasmin.

In Salmon Arm, Bergen's family had suspicions about the role Yasmin may have played in her death. When the coroner ruled she had died of natural causes and refused to order an autopsy, they decided to pay for one themselves. "We asked for an autopsy and the end result was our family paid for her autopsy," said Holden. It cost $1,200 and the pathologist who did it listed Yasmin and Bergen's morbid obesity as risk factors for blood clots. Natural causes not investigated B.C. Coroners Service spokesperson Barb McLintock says the coroners service is doing fewer autopsies these days. "Everybody in the provincial government is trying to find every dollar they can, so we are applying our autopsy policy more carefully than we have in the past," said McLintock. 11

Critics say a change in mandate that came in 2007 has also reduced the numbers. But in the case of Bergen's death, McLintock maintains the service didn't have the authority to investigate. "The coroner does not have jurisdiction over anyone who dies of natural disease process while under the care of a physician," said McLintock.

But former B.C. coroner Dr. Robert Crossland says that when a woman dies suddenly after starting a drug, that is the coroner's business. "I think it's hiding underneath a rock to say this is natural, therefore we should not become involved," said Crossland. "All they're saying is the cause of death is natural, but why they died, why that cause occurred, that's a good reason to investigate." Only the Interior Health Authority is still investigating the death. Bergen's family is getting legal advice to join many others in suing the makers of Yasmin.

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READER COMMENTS cactusflower2013/02/05 at 11:14 PM ETSomething is seriously wrong with our government when they cut funding for the BC Coroners Service to the extent that 2 questionable deaths that occurred in roughly the same area (Salmon Arm and Revelstoke) have been refused autopsies. In this case, the family of the deceased were forced to pay $1,200 for an autopsy, after being told she died of 'natural causes'. It's hardly 'natural' for a young woman to die from blood clots caused by prescribed birth control pills. In the Revelstoke case, the doctor's death was called a suicide after he was found with multiple stab wounds, and had been threatened by a criminal who had just been released from prison. There was a 'suicide note' typed on his computer that his brother was not allowed to see because he was not 'next of kin'. Did someone get away with murder because of funding cuts by the BC government?

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Chapter 3 Even the experts apparently think the British Columbia Coroners Office is usless under Lisa Lapointe, Chief Coroner?

Low autopsy rate in B.C. alarms experts Too many deaths inadequately investigated, former coroners say CBC News Posted: Feb 6, 2013 5:46 AM PT http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2013/02/05/bcautopsy-rate-part-3.html

British Columbia has the lowest autopsy rate in Canada, raising concern among some experts that too many deaths in the province and even possible homicides are inadequately investigated. Just 19.2 percent of deaths in B.C. where a medical examiner or coroner has done a preliminary investigation are followed up by autopsies. The average rate in the rest of Canada is about 35 per cent. 14

[A] 19-per-cent autopsy rate in a coroner service, I think, is appallingly low, said Dr. Robert Crossland, a former coroner in B.C. It should be much, much higher. "Theres something wrong here. Is it because we dont have the money? The B.C. Coroners Service budget has been cut to $11.7 million this year from $12.1 million last year. Families concerned CBC News has spoken to two B.C. families who believe the deaths of their loved ones were not sufficiently investigated, and in one case, a homicide might have been overlooked. John Morrison doesn't believe his brother Dr. Roger Morrison, of Revelstoke, B.C., a family physician and avid body builder could have taken his own life in November, as police and a coroner concluded. My brother had severed both his main arteries in each arm and his wrists were severed and he had a series of lateral cuts across his chest, John Morrison said. The mans body was found in what police first treated as a bloody crime scene in his upscale home. A local coroner wanted to do a full autopsy, but was overruled by senior officials in the coroners service. A Revelstoke funeral director who saw the death scene also thinks an error was made. Nothing was standard [about the scene], said Gary Sulz. I would have like to have seen the autopsy completed. Another former B.C. coroner, Kathleen Stephany, also said the service is not doing its job. This could be a homicide, and we will never know if there's been no autopsy, Stephany said. A coroner also declined to perform an autopsy investigating the death of Rhonda Bergen, who died six weeks after starting a prescription for the controversial birth control pill Yasmin. The family paid $1,200 for a private autopsy, which concluded Bergen had died from blood clots in her lungs and that the birth control pill and morbid obesity were risk factors for such clots. 15

Change in mandate Critics say a change in mandate in 2007 reduced the number of autopsies. B.C. Coroners Service spokeswoman Barb McLintock acknowledged to CBC News that budget cuts have affected the choices coroners are making. Everybody in the provincial government is trying to find every dollar they can, so we're applying our autopsy policy more carefully, maybe a bit more rigidly than we have in the past, McLintock said. McLintock also released a statement late Tuesday from B.C. chief coroner Lisa Lapointe in response to inquiries from CBC News. Lapointe said she could not comment on specific cases, but said decisions on autopsies are made collaboratively. The decision is made by the coroner and regional coroner after objectively examining all information available including that provided by the police investigators. Both police and the coroner make decisions based on their knowledge, experience and expertise in the investigation of death and scenes of death, the statement said. READER'S COMMENTS: Okanagan Bob2013/02/06 at 10:10 AM ETA forensic autopsy of the books is required. And on BC Rail as well. How does a railway pass through the hands of the ex-husband and brother of the premier to new owners without questions being asked? And how can a provincial government move debt onto the books of BCHydro and claim to be balancing the books?

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Chapter 4 Hey Lisa Lapointe, Chief Coroner, what are you going to do about these 40 year old RCMP lies uploaded by Darby Love and Sanfu Chen? What kind of graduates does the University of Alberta have? Darby Love and Sanfu Chen both happen to be graduates of the library studies program at the University of Alberta.

Why would a University of Alberta graduate travel all the way to Squamish British Columbia, Canada? A distance of 1,223 km?

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Why would a University of Alberta graduate travel all the way to Squamish British Columbia, Canada to upload one article from a non-existent newspaper to the internet? The company that owned the paper doesn't exist anymore so while the library has verbal permission to use the archives of the Squamish Times there is no formal document making it clear so an application is in front of the copyright board seeking formal acknowledgement that the library can publish the newspaper archive online, says Sanfu Chen. What was Sanfu Chens purpose? The author reveals the mystery! Squamish, British Columbia, Canada The home of Liars! These people published their 40 year old lies anyway at the insistence of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson!! Squamish Public Librarian Sanfu Chen & Darby Love! The Squamish Chief newspaper Laila Michell, David Burke, Rebecca Aldous? These books will be published until these bastards remove the shit they have uploaded!!

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As can be seen below, the author has the original Coroner Inquest report sent to him by the Coroners office of British Columbia Canada!!

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Authors Note: The letters and numbers [P3ai] at the bottom of the above noted letter refers to the evidence the author submitted to the Federal Court of Canada when he SUCCESSFULLY SUED the Royal Canadian Mounted Police!! The RCMP didnt like this and has harassed the author, his wife and children since that time!!! And now they have another RCMP stooge to do that none other than Sanfu Chen?? And they did that when they knew the authors lawyer was out of town??

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Again, the author has to put the facts straight!!! The verdict in this Coroners Inquest by persons or persons unknown:

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So what have the RCMP done, they have gotten another stooge [Sanfu Chen] to put some more bull-shit about the author this time that he was an unwilling witness which is what the RCMP [through the Crown] told the Coroner!!!

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Yet Sanfu Chen insists as her first piece on the internet to put: Husband reluctant witness .at Mallenby inquest - digitalcollections.ca www.digitalcollections.ca/.../r/.../19760401_Squamish_Times.pdf And why would she choose this article about the author as the first item she puts out on the internet??

EXCEPT MORE RCMP HARASSMENT!!

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The little guy successfully sued RCMP!

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The little guy successfully sued RCMP!

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The little guy successfully sued RCMP!

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The little guy was diagnosed with a multitude of Disorders The little guy was diagnosed with a multitude of disorders as a consequence of RCMP and Federal Government illegal acts, harassment and other abuse. Authors note: Anyone who has to identify a loved-one in the morgue can appreciate the horror, grief, anger one experiences?

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The little guy was diagnosed with a multitude of Disorders Authors note: Anyone who has to identify a loved-one in the morgue can appreciate the horror, grief, anger one experiences?

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The little guy was diagnosed with a multitude of Disorders

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Yet Sanfu Chen insists as her first piece on the internet to put: Husband reluctant witness .at Mallenby inquest - digitalcollections.ca www.digitalcollections.ca/.../r/.../19760401_Squamish_Times.pdf And why would she choose this article about Terry Mallenby as the first item she puts out on the internet?? So who is Sanfu Chen? Here she is here:

Historical Squamish photos and documents go online Project awaiting word on next round of funding to carry on by John French http://www.piquenewsmagazine.com/whistler/historical-squamish-photos-anddocuments-go-online/Content?oid=2277925 As cited, getting the materials published online is librarian Sanfu Chen's task. She started full-time with the library in Squamish in June armed with a Library and Information studies degree along with undergraduate studies in art history. Hmmm! Sanfu Chen starts in June and shortly thereafter she puts out on the internet this article about Terry Mallenby a supposed unwilling witness?? Husband reluctant witness .at Mallenby inquest - digitalcollections.ca www.digitalcollections.ca/.../r/.../19760401_Squamish_Times.pdf 31

Who would want this out there so fast why the RCMP thats who!! RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson!!! After all there are a lot of books out there about RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson!!! Just look all the books on Amazon.com by Wallice Bellair!!! What else do we know about Sanfu Chen? Well she was at or still is at the University of Alberta!! Darby Love and Sanfu Chen both happen to be graduates of the library studies program at the University of Alberta. Hmmm!! Where does the Prime Minister come from?? Ah, Alberta!! Surely Prime Minister Stephen Harper would want to do his fair share to help the RCMP out why not have two people from the University of Alberta pretend they are doing an internet project, and guess what the first article they put out on the internet is some bogus shit about Terry Mallenby!! After all there are a lot of books out there about Prime Minister Stephen Harper!!! Just look all the books on Amazon.com by Wallice Bellair!!! DOES THAT MAKE SENSE NOW?? Why else would a person from the University of Alberta come to a small town in British Columbia?? Hmmm! Seems rather strange dont you think??

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Graduate student Sanfu Chen shifts through the Squamish Librarys archives Photo by Rebecca Aldous/The Chief http://www.squamishchief.com/article/20111223/SQUAMISH0604/312239970/SQUAMIS H/eagle-8216-barometer-reaches-just-655 And to show the haste of the RCMP to get this crap out about Terry Mallenby - Sanfu Chen doesnt even have permission yet: The company that owned the paper doesn't exist anymore so while the library has verbal permission to use the archives of the Squamish Times there is no formal document making it clear so an application is in front of the copyright board seeking formal acknowledgement that the library can publish the newspaper archive online, says Chen. Ethical?? Who cares she apparently is at the beck-and-call of the RCMP, RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson, and Prime Minister Stephen Harper??

Husband NOT reluctant witness at Mallenby inquest! That was more lies by the RCMP!! http://www.amazon.com/Husband-reluctant-witness-Mallenbyinquest/dp/1480222003/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1360793610&sr=11&keywords=wallice+bellair+husband Squamish Times, Mallenby inquest: The husband was NOT reluctant witness http://www.amazon.com/Squamish-Times-Mallenby-inquestreluctant/dp/1480254134/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1360793667&sr=13&keywords=wallice+bellair+husband

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Chapter 5 Hey, W-5 does the Conspiracy make even more sense now? Hey, W-5 does the Conspiracy make even more sense now? The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, The Canadian Human Rights Commission, the Canadian Department of Defense, and Services Canada combine forces to harass, discriminate against, and commit illegal acts against this family since 1976? Any decent Canadian Lawyer want to take on the Canadian government? No, I didnt think so! Hey Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, does the conspiracy make sense now? Hey W - 5, does the conspiracy make sense now?

W-5 Team: Lloyd Robertson, Sandie Rinaldo, Lisa LaFlamme, Victor Malarek and Kevin Newman W5 (TV series) The title refers to the Five Ws of journalism: Who, What, Where, When and Why? It is the longest-running newsmagazine/documentary program in North America and the most-watched program of its type in Canada. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W5_(TV_series) Reference to: Does the Conspiracy make even more sense now [Paperback] http://www.amazon.com/Does-Conspiracy-make-even-sense/dp/148123272X ABSOLUTELY NO REPLY BY THESE TURDS?

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Chapter 6 RCMP kill Squamish Native in 2013!

CP | By The Canadian Press Posted: 02/01/2013 http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/02/01/ryan-jacob-squamish-chief-burnabyshooting_n_2603467.html VANCOUVER - The chief of a prominent B.C. First Nation says his son was the man who was shot and killed by police earlier this week in the Vancouver suburb of north Burnaby. The Independent Investigations Office, which probes police incidents involving death or serious harm, says the shooting occurred early Thursday while police were answering a 911 call about a man with a knife Forty-five-year-old Ryan Jacob succumbed to his injuries soon after being transported to Vancouver General Hospital. Chief Gibby Jacob says Ryan was his son, and the death has sent a shock wave through his family and the community He says Ryan was a loving father, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, sportsman and an artist. The coroners service and the Independent Investigations Office are looking into the case. (CKNW/News 1130) READERS COMMENTS: Judith Harrower 10:44 AM on 02/03/2013 Once again and primarily in B.C. a civilian is shot dead by the RCMP.

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Did the Mounties not realize that their deadly weapons, guns, were far more lethal than a hand held knife? Were the guns M-16s as used in the incident of the man holding an umbrella? Wallice Bellair The coroners service and the Independent Investigations Office are looking into the case. BULLSHIT THIS IS THE SAME CORONER SERVICE IN SQUAMISH THAT HAD RCMP LIES PUBLISHED AGAINST TERRY MALLENBY IN 1976! AND THE SAME RCMP LIES APPEAR IN 2013!

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PART II OTHER STUPIDS WITH THE CANADIAN FEDERAL POLICE

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Chapter 1 The Killing of a Polish Immigrant - Within seconds, Robert Dziekanski had been Tasered. Even after falling to the ground, shrieking in pain, the RCMP repeatedly Tasered him Did the RCMP get away with murder? Some appear to think yes! "Nothing will happen to them, still they are on the job, the four RCMP officers who caused Robert's death by what they did, and then they lie," said Cisowski [see below].1 The case involved the vicious tasering to death of 40-year-old Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski. The RCMP lies start immediately. Richmond RCMP Sgt. Pierre Lemaitre said officers struggled to subdue the man: 'Even though he had received what they call pulses, two pulses from Taser, he was still out of control.'2 The man actually died after 4 Taser jolts, witness alleges.3 In fact, one witness said she offered to tell the RCMP officers what she witnessed, and that one officer said, "'I'll be with you in a few minutes.'" But the officers did not take a statement from her, she alleges.4 As reported, within seconds, he had been Tasered. Dziekanski, even after falling to the ground, shrieking in pain, was Tasered repeatedly.5 The cover-up begins! After the event, the Mounties all gave similar statements about how Dziekanski had come at them, yelling and wildly swinging the stapler, and how several officers had to wrestle the man to the ground.6 However, a video proves the RCMP officers outright lied! A witnesss video of the event showed none of that happened ... if not for the video, might have got away with whitewashing what the judge called the forces "shameful" conduct in the events that led to an innocent mans death.7 As further reported, I saw more RCMP officers lie to cover up this 38

cowardly crime.8 Incredibly, on Dec. 12, 2008, B.C. Criminal Justice branch spokesman Stan Lowe "cleared" the four officers of any wrongdoing and portrayed Dziekanski as a violent and agitated alcoholic whose irrational behavior contributed to his own death.9 However, even this Stan Lowe was put in his place when Cisowski had the satisfaction of hearing Thomas Braidwood call the four Mounties "inappropriately aggressive" and "patently unbelievable," while emphasizing Dziekanski did nothing wrong nor in any way caused his own death.10 Caught in their lies thanks to videotape of the cowardly crime, as it has been described. Braidwood called the bystander video by Paul Pritchard of Dziekanski's Tasering death "invaluable" evidence that "couldn't be cross-examined."11 Onlookers were incredulous when RCMP Commissioner William Elliott said Friday he wouldn't be announcing any disciplinary measures for any of the four Mounties for their role in Dziekanski's death.12 Get away with murder and no consequences? Even the apology to Robert Dziekanskis mother was a bunch of RCMP bunk? A raft of internal RCMP emails was released through an Access to Information Act request showing that the April 1 apology was a carefullycrafted script designed not to blame any RCMP member.13 On the day before the staging of the apology, RCMP Deputy Commissioner Gary Bass reassured RCMP staff relations supervisor Brian Roach that their "apology" to Cisowski did not mean they were apologizing for anything specific that any of their officers had done.14 "Essentially, even though the word apology worries some, we are not apologizing for the actions of specific members or saying anything about specific actions.15 Cisowski said yesterday "this just shows that the RCMP even when they apologize to me, they coverup.16 Actually tasered five times!

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The e-mail, sent by RCMP Chief Supt. Dick Bent to Assistant Commissioner Al Macintyre suggested for the first time that the four Mounties who responded to a call at Vancouver's airport planned to use a Taser on Robert Dziekanski, who died at the airport on Oct. 14, 2007, after he was Tasered five times.17 Finally: why do provinces put up with this police force, it would be less disastrous and more economically feasible to have their own provincial police forces -- more control? Footnotes 1. Still they get no consequences. By Suzanne Fournier, The Province, June 20, 2010. http://www.theprovince.com/news/Still+they+consequences/3178031/stor y.html 2 - 3. RCMP say deceased man was 40-year-old Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski. Last Updated: Tuesday, October 16, 2007. CBC News. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2007/10/15/taserdeath.html 4. One witness said she offered to tell the RCMP officers what she witnessed. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:IF56ES6gNEJ:vancouveraiportpolicekillpolishman.blogspot.com/+RCMP+KILL+ POLISH+AT+AIRPORT&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 5 - 7. Inquiry deservedly hammers RCMP in Dziekanski death. By Paul Schneiderit, The Chronicle Herald, Tue. Jun 22. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:TeQCCRcGIYJ:thechronicleherald.ca/Columnists/1188456.html+rcmp+lie+at+ Robert+Dziekanski+inquiry&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 8. I saw more RCMP officers lie to cover up this cowardly crime. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:O1wmRBqPAN UJ:www.thepetitionsite.com/95/justice-for-mother-of-late-robertdziekanski+rcmp+lie+Robert+Dziekanski&cd=7&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 9 - 12. Still they get no consequences. By Suzanne Fournier, The Province, June 20, 2010. http://www.theprovince.com/news/Still+they+consequences/3178031/stor y.html 13 - 16. RCMP's apology grudging, evasive. By Suzanne Fournier, The Province, June 17, 2010. 40

http://www.theprovince.com/news/RCMP+apology+grudging+evasive/31 64920/story.html 17. E-mail Suggests Four RCMP Officers Committed Perjury While Senior Officers Sat Silent. Contributed on Sun, 2009/06/21 - 2:30pm. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ae1cCKW4u6cJ: mostlywater.org/email_suggests_four_rcmp_officers_committed_perjury_ while_senior_officers_sat_silent+assaults+committed+by+rcmp&cd=18& hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca Also see: Startling New Email Halts Inquiry. By Neal Hall and Lori Culbert; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun. http://www2.canada.com/topics/news/story.html?id=1716658 Also see: Damning e-mail suggests the four officers committed perjury and that senior officers sat silent while they did. By Ian Mulgrew; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun. http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Column+Mounties+Tasering+sh... http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ae1cCKW4u6cJ: mostlywater.org/email_suggests_four_rcmp_officers_committed_perjury_ while_senior_officers_sat_silent+assaults+committed+by+rcmp&cd=18& hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca

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'Still they get no consequences' 'Still they get no consequences' Four Mounties involved should not get off scot-free, says Dziekanski's mother By Suzanne Fournier, The Province June 20, 2010 http://www.theprovince.com/news/Still+they+consequences/3178031/stor y.html Zofia Cisowski's "darkest hour" after learning that her son Robert Dziekanski was dead came when B.C. criminal justice officials declared that the RCMP had done nothing wrong -- and that it was her son's own fault that he died. Now that she has been vindicated by the Braidwood Inquiry report castigating the officers and ruling her son did nothing wrong, Cisowski still carries with her a news clipping containing the earlier blaming, hurtful words. On Dec. 12, 2008, B.C. Criminal Justice branch spokesman Stan Lowe "cleared" the four officers of any wrongdoing and portrayed Dziekanski as a violent and agitated alcoholic whose irrational behaviour contributed to his own death. Last week, Walter Kosteckyj, Cisowski's lawyer, said "that was Zofia's darkest hour, after losing her son, and that's why she still carries that news clipping with her." So far, Cisowski notes, none of the four Mounties "has ever got any consequences." On Friday, Cisowski had the satisfaction of hearing Thomas Braidwood call the four Mounties "inappropriately aggressive" and "patently unbelievable," while emphasizing Dziekanski did nothing wrong nor in any way caused his own death. "This tragic case is at its heart the story of shameful conduct by a few officers," Braidwood said. "It ought not to reflect unfairly on the many thousands of RCMP and other police officers who have protected our communities and earned a welldeserved reputation in doing so." Cisowski heard B.C. Attorney-General Mike de Jong promise to appoint a special prosecutor and commit to a citizen-led Independent Investigation 42

Office to conduct criminal investigations into RCMP or municipal police incidents causing death or harm. Friday was an exhausting day after a night in which Cisowski slept little, coming at the end of years of hearings in which a video of her son's death was screened repeatedly -- although it helped a kind and patient former judge get to the truth. Braidwood called the bystandervideo by Paul Pritchard of Dziekanski's Tasering death "invaluable" evidence that "couldn't be cross-examined." Cisowski received an apology Friday from the RCMP's top cop, Commissioner William Elliott. Yet as a mother, Cisowski did not hear from Elliott -- the first lawyer and non-cop to head the national RCMP -- the words she has waited so long to hear, she said. "Nothing will happen to them, still they are on the job, the four policemen who caused Robert's death by what they did, and then they lie," said Cisowski. Listening to Elliott say the RCMP has reformed its training and Taser policies, Cisowski whispered: "Still they get no consequences for causing my son's death." Braidwood's 460-page report, entitled simply Why? The Robert Dziekanski Tragedy, is a blistering denunciation of the four Mounties who Tasered and restrained Dziekanski face down, then left him unattended until he died. Onlookers were incredulous when Elliott said Friday he wouldn't be announcing any disciplinary measures for any of the four Mounties for their role in Dziekanski's death. He said he would await the special prosecutor's report. Elliott acknowledged that Cpl. Benjamin Monty Robinson is suspended with pay, but only in connection with the unrelated traffic death of a motorcyclist. That matter doesn't go to trial until April 2011. The other three -- Const. Gerry Rundel, Const. Bill Bentley and Const. Kwesi Millington -- are "on the job but not in front-line policing," said Elliott, who couldn't explain why the four officers could be criticized about an unjustified death and yet remain on the RCMP payroll.

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Elliott hinted it might even be too late to mete out internal punishment, but admitted: "We recognize there needs to be fairly fundamental changes in our discipline system." Braidwood said the four Mounties behaved as if they were responding to a "barroom brawl," and senior officer Robinson "intervened in an inappropriately aggressive manner." "I found that Mr. Dziekanski had been compliant, was not defiant or resistant, did not brandish the stapler and did not move toward any of the officers," Braidwood said. "I concluded the constable [Millington] was not justified in deploying the weapon and neither the constable nor the corporal honestly perceived that Mr. Dziekanski was intending to attack any of the officers." Braidwood said the other two officers also "offered patently unbelievable after-the-fact rationalizations of their police notes and statements to [the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team]." As for Robinson's claim that the Mounties made a point to check if Dziekanski was alive, Braidwood was dismissive. "I can place little reliance on the testimony of Cpl. Robinson that he constantly monitored Mr. Dziekanski's breathing until the firefighters arrived. Similarly, I find unpersuasive the testimony of Const. Rundel that . . . he knelt down near Mr. Dziekanski and heard him breathing and snoring. "I am satisfied that Mr. Dziekanski went into cardiac arrest first, then went unconscious, and finally showed signs of cyanosis, all within 75 seconds of being handcuffed." De Jong was prompt to appoint special prosecutor Richard Peck to look into possible criminal charges against the four Mounties. "There was misconduct here and that reflects badly [on the RCMP]," said de Jong. "The human dimension in this is staggering, that someone would be lost within an airport for hours, separated by a glass door forever from one of his loved ones." The stark images on the Pritchard film, of the police behaviour and a man's death, had enormous impact, said De Jong.

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No one but a moron (RCMP Commissioner William Elliott) overlooks the import of an e-mail like this in the vicious tasering to death of 40-year-old Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski The case involving the vicious tasering to death of 40-year-old Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski warrants an additional chapter to see the extent of the lies by the RCMP to cover-up. As noted, we have seen often-quoted Mountie mouthpiece Cpl. Dale Carr tell the Braidwood inquiry that top RCMP brass made a deliberate decision not to correct misinformation RCMP had given to the media about Dziekanskis death.1 In fact, e-mail suggests four RCMP Officers committed perjury while senior officers sat silent,2 specifically suggests Mounties planned to deploy Taser before they arrived at YVR, contrary to their testimony.3 As reported, 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?4 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.5 "The documents that have just come to our attention include a critical email from very high up in the RCMP chain of command, disclosing that the officers decided in a premeditated way, en route to the scene.6 Even the RCMP lawyers apparently lie? Lawyer Helen Roberts, who represents the RCMP at the inquiry, offered a tearful apology to inquiry commissioner Thomas Braidwood, a retired judge, for not disclosing the e-mail sooner.7 Helen Roberts had every reason to be in tears Friday as she apologized to the public inquiry into Dziekanski's death for failing to disclose what appears to be not just germane but also startlingly important evidence.8 Roberts crocodile tears dont wash! If Roberts had cried over Dziekanski mother's pain, I would be moved -46

but a veteran lawyer wet-eyed over another screw-up in this case? I think they were crocodile tears.9 "I find this delay in disclosing it to the commission appalling," Braidwood said. "The contents of this e-mail goes to the heart of this inquiry's work."10 "It should have been disclosed much, much sooner ... months and months ago."11 "It's a stunning turn of events," Don Rosenbloom, the lawyer representing the government of Poland at the inquiry.12 Rosenbloom said the 11th-hour disclosure "is totally inconsistent with testimony given under oath" and goes to the heart of the issue of police fabrication. During the hearing, he said, "we were alleging [the four Mounties] were fabricating their story."13 The RCMP fabrication was, in fact, true! Dziekanski's mother told reporters she was surprised and angry about the e-mail being released so late. She suggested there had been a "coverup."14 "This is the kind of evidence someone should have known would have important consequences," said Walter Kosteckyj, the lawyer representing Dziekanski's mother at the inquiry.15 He said he had spent the last two weeks preparing his final arguments for the inquiry, only to find not all the evidence has been heard.16 The RCMP lawyer tries to white-wash the facts? David Butcher, the lawyer representing Const. Bill Bentley, one of the four Mounties involved in the in-custody death, said Bent's e-mail was hearsay and not credible evidence.17 B.C. Attorney-General Mike de Jong said he was concerned about the new development, "the possibility that new evidence may be emerging at this late date is troubling, and I'm sure very troubling for the commission itself," he said.18 "Commissions of this sort, and really our system of justice, rely on all witnesses who give evidence under oath to provide truthful and honest answers."19 Incredibly, Commissioner William Elliott's carefully parsed press release 47

was equally unbelievable: "This was simply an oversight. Unfortunately in an exercise of this magnitude, such an oversight can occur."20 Elliott a moron, as cited, no one but a moron overlooks the import of an e-mail like this [see Appendix 7a 7c].21 That was not an "oversight." It was professional incompetence or a coverup.22 Paul Kennedy, the chairman of the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP, using a news conference in Vancouver, took some well-aimed verbal shots at stagnant RCMP culture, especially its notorious, self-destructive resistance to change. It is a massively inert organization, he said, and that must not stand.23 Footnotes 1. RCMP admissions in Dziekanski Taser death are troubling. By Damian Inwood, Wed, Apr 22 2009. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:cIe04eO43_QJ:co mmunities.canada.com/theprovince/blogs/lordoftherings/archive/2009/04/ 22/rcmp-admissions-in-dziekanski-taser-death-are-troubling-forvancouver-2010-security-watchers.aspx+Now,+we+have+seen+oftenquoted+Mountie+mouthpiece+Cpl.+Dale+Carr+tell+the+Braidwood+inqu iry&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 2. E-mail Suggests Four RCMP Officers Committed Perjury While Senior Officers Sat Silent. Contributed on Sun, 2009/06/21 - 2:30pm. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ae1cCKW4u6cJ: mostlywater.org/email_suggests_four_rcmp_officers_committed_perjury_ while_senior_officers_sat_silent+assaults+committed+by+rcmp&cd=18& hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 3. Startling New Email Halts Inquiry. By Neal Hall and Lori Culbert; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun. http://www2.canada.com/topics/news/story.html?id=1716658 4 - 5. Damning e-mail suggests the four officers committed perjury and that senior officers sat silent while they did. By Ian Mulgrew; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun. http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Column+Mounties+Tasering+sh... http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ae1cCKW4u6cJ: mostlywater.org/email_suggests_four_rcmp_officers_committed_perjury_ while_senior_officers_sat_silent+assaults+committed+by+rcmp&cd=18& hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca

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6 - 7. Startling New Email Halts Inquiry. By Neal Hall and Lori Culbert; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun. http://www2.canada.com/topics/news/story.html?id=1716658 8 - 9. Damning e-mail suggests the four officers committed perjury and that senior officers sat silent while they did. By Ian Mulgrew; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun. http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Column+Mounties+Tasering+sh... http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ae1cCKW4u6cJ: mostlywater.org/email_suggests_four_rcmp_officers_committed_perjury_ while_senior_officers_sat_silent+assaults+committed+by+rcmp&cd=18& hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 10 - 19. Startling New Email Halts Inquiry. By Neal Hall and Lori Culbert; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun. http://www2.canada.com/topics/news/story.html?id=1716658 20 - 22. Damning e-mail suggests the four officers committed perjury and that senior officers sat silent while they did. By Ian Mulgrew; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun. http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Column+Mounties+Tasering+sh... http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ae1cCKW4u6cJ: mostlywater.org/email_suggests_four_rcmp_officers_committed_perjury_ while_senior_officers_sat_silent+assaults+committed+by+rcmp&cd=18& hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca Also see Appendix 7a 7c about RCMP Commissioner William Elliott being called a moron. 23. RCMP watchdog goes out firing with Dziekanski report. Posted: December 08, 2009, 6:35 PM by Ron Nurwisah. By Brian Hutchinson, National Post. http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/fullcomment/archive/2009/12/08 /rcmp-watchdog-goes-out-firing-with-dziekanski-report.aspx

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Damning e-mail suggests the four RCMP officers committed perjury and that senior RCMP officers sat silent while they did Column: Mounties in Tasering should face prosecution: Damning e-mail suggests the four RCMP officers committed perjury and that senior RCMP officers sat silent while they did By Ian Mulgrew; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Column+Mounties+Tasering+sh... Cited here: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ae1cCKW4u6cJ: mostlywater.org/email_suggests_four_rcmp_officers_committed_perjury_ while_senior_officers_sat_silent+Ian+Mulgrew+%22Damning+email+suggests+the+four+officers+committed+perjury%22&cd=1&hl=en &ct=clnk&gl=ca 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. Last week? Evidence delivered in April didn't get opened until last week? What?

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Helen Roberts had every reason to be in tears Friday as she apologized to the public inquiry into Dziekanski's death for failing to disclose what appears to be not just germane but also startlingly important evidence. If Roberts had cried over Dziekanski mother's pain, I would be moved -but a veteran lawyer wet-eyed over another screw-up in this case? I think they were crocodile tears. 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-thingshappen 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. "I find this delay in disclosing it to the commission appalling," an upset Braidwood said. "The contents of this e-mail goes to the heart of this inquiry's work." Exactly. Braidwood says his inquiry will resume on Sept. 22 after commission lawyers have time to review the e-mail, conduct an investigation and perhaps call the senior Mounties to testify about the document. I think not. There was a time when I thought Oct. 14, 2007 was the day that would live in the annals of RCMP infamy, but June 19, 2009 has eclipsed the tragedy of Dziekanski's death. On Friday, a country's faith in a once proud, once revered institution died. We have left the realm of how to regulate Taser use and the circumstances of Dziekanski's death and entered the world of criminal conduct -- which is beyond Braidwood's provincially rooted authority to investigate.

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If we needed any prod to reopen the decision not to prosecute these officers, we now have been given it. 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 coverup.

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E-mail Suggests Four RCMP Officers Committed Perjury E-mail Suggests Four RCMP Officers Committed Perjury While Senior Officers Sat Silent By Neal Hall and Lori Culbert; June 20, 2009 - Vancouver Sun Contributed by blackandred on Sun, 2009/06/21 - 2:30pm. In sections: British Columbia Canada Accountability Rights Security apparatus Startling New Email Halts Inquiry Cited here: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ae1cCKW4u6cJ: mostlywater.org/email_suggests_four_rcmp_officers_committed_perjury_ while_senior_officers_sat_silent+Ian+Mulgrew+%22Damning+email+suggests+the+four+officers+committed+perjury%22&cd=1&hl=en &ct=clnk&gl=ca Suggests Mounties planned to deploy Taser before they arrived at YVR, contrary to their testimony A shocking e-mail found last week brought the Braidwood inquiry to a sudden halt Friday and may result in the most senior RCMP officers in B.C. being required to testify. The e-mail, sent by RCMP Chief Supt. Dick Bent to Assistant Commissioner Al Macintyre suggested for the first time that the four Mounties who responded to a call at Vancouver's airport planned to use a Taser on Robert Dziekanski, who died at the airport on Oct. 14, 2007, after he was Tasered five times. Under the subject line "Media Strategy - Release of YVR video," the email, dated Nov. 5, 2007, said: "Finally spoke to [Supt.] Wayne [Rideout] and he indicated that the members did not articulate that they saw the symptoms of excited delirium, but instead had discussed the response en route and decided that if he did not comply that they would go to CEW [conducted energy weapon]." Lawyers for the four RCMP officers involved in the fatal incident said Friday their clients deny they formulated a plan to use a Taser on Dziekanski. The officers testified at the inquiry they arrived in separate police cars and had no discussion beforehand. Alex Pringle, a lawyer representing Rideout, who was in charge of investigating Dziekanski's death, appeared at the inquiry Friday and read a 53

statement from his client, which said Bent's e-mail was in error. Pringle said it was a "misunderstanding of a conversation I had with him." Lawyer Helen Roberts, who represents the RCMP at the inquiry, offered a tearful apology to inquiry commissioner Thomas Braidwood, a retired judge, for not disclosing the e-mail sooner. She also said Bent was mistaken in his e-mail and that the officers did not plan to use the Taser. She offered to have senior Mounties testify. "I find this delay in disclosing it to the commission appalling," Braidwood said. "The contents of this e-mail goes to the heart of this inquiry's work." The e-mail will have to be investigated and further hearings may be required, the commissioner said. He ordered the inquiry adjourned until Sept. 22. The delay was due to summer plans already made by many of the lawyers involved in the inquiry, he added. Friday was supposed to be the start of final submissions by lawyers representing various parties, including the four Mounties involved in the in-custody death. Commission counsel Art Vertlieb told the inquiry that the new e-mail was disclosed Tuesday by lawyers for the federal justice department, which represents the RCMP. "It should have been disclosed much, much sooner ... months and months ago," Vertlieb later told reporters, adding he was "upset and frustrated" by the last-minute disclosure. He said he didn't know whether the RCMP disclosed the e-mail to Crown counsel before a decision was made that no criminal charges were warranted against the four officers. Vertlieb told the inquiry that the Bent e-mail was among 260 documents on a CD sent by the RCMP to the justice department in April, just before RCMP media relations officers testified at the inquiry about the botched handling of information released to the media in the days after Dziekanski's death. He said the federal lawyers didn't open the CD until last week, discovering the Bent e-mail and other documents.

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"It's a stunning turn of events," Don Rosenbloom, the lawyer representing the government of Poland at the inquiry, told reporters after the commissioner ordered the three-month adjournment. "The documents that have just come to our attention include a critical email from very high up in the RCMP chain of command, disclosing that the officers decided in a premeditated way, en route to the scene, to use the Taser if Mr. Dziekanski did not comply." Rosenbloom said the 11th-hour disclosure "is totally inconsistent with testimony given under oath" and goes to the heart of the issue of police fabrication. During the hearing, he said, "we were alleging [the four Mounties] were fabricating their story." Dziekanski's mother told reporters she was surprised and angry about the e-mail being released so late. She suggested there had been a "coverup." "This is the kind of evidence someone should have known would have important consequences," said Walter Kosteckyj, the lawyer representing Dziekanski's mother at the inquiry. He said he had spent the last two weeks preparing his final arguments for the inquiry, only to find not all the evidence has been heard. David Butcher, the lawyer representing Const. Bill Bentley, one of the four Mounties involved in the in-custody death, said Bent's e-mail was hearsay and not credible evidence. "The chief superintendent is simply wrong," he said. The late disclosure of the e-mail was the result of an oversight, RCMP Commissioner William Elliott said in a statement issued Friday. "We have produced thousands of documents to our legal counsel for their review and for them to transmit all relevant material to the commission," Elliott said, pointing out that it was the RCMP that brought the Bent email to the attention of the inquiry commissioner on Friday. "Commissioner Braidwood was informed that a specific document was not provided and he himself accepted the government of Canada's sincere apologies for this oversight," Elliott's statement said.

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"The RCMP wants all of the facts surrounding this tragic event to be known so that we can learn as much as possible and make any further required changes to the RCMP's policies and practices." B.C. Attorney-General Mike de Jong said he was concerned about the new development. "The possibility that new evidence may be emerging at this late date is troubling, and I'm sure very troubling for the commission itself," he said. "Commissions of this sort, and really our system of justice, rely on all witnesses who give evidence under oath to provide truthful and honest answers." Whether the testimony in the Dziekanski inquiry has been truthful will be up to Braidwood to decide, de Jong said. It will be up to Braidwood to assess the new evidence and determine its relevance before making his findings, he said, adding that it was too early to comment on the possible fallout from Friday's events. The attorney-general said it would be premature to comment on whether criminal charges against the four officers should be reconsidered. "I'm not going to rule anything in or out. I am going to wait with keen interest for Mr. Braidwood's report." Dziekanski, who spoke no English, had travelled for 24 hours from Poland and spent about 10 hours at the airport, unable to find his mother, who went home to Kamloops after being told by officials that her son couldn't be found. The 40-year-old man eventually started throwing around furniture, prompting a bystander to call 911. Seconds after four Mounties arrived, Dziekanski was Tasered. He died at the scene.

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The RCMP had decided to electrocute him before they even saw him They had decided to electrocute him before they even saw him 19.06.09.18:24:00 Rusty Idols,New Democrats Online http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:7K66KZTx4z8J: newdemocratsonline.ca/node/20701+%E2%80%9Cno+one+but+a+moron +overlooks+the+import+of+an+email+like+this%E2%80%9D&cd=8&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca In the car on the way to the airport as revealed in an email the government finally revealed on what was supposed to be the last day of the Braidwood Commission. And you thought the RCMP's behavior couldn't look any worse. 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 didnt open the CD until last week. Last week? Evidence delivered in April didnt get opened until last week? What? Helen Roberts had every reason to be in tears Friday as she apologized to the public inquiry into Dziekanskis death for failing to disclose what appears to be not just germane but also startlingly important evidence. If Roberts had cried over Dziekanski mothers pain, I would be moved but a veteran lawyer wet-eyed over another screw-up in this case? I think they were crocodile tears. Commissioner William Elliotts 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 Elliotts threadbare these-thingshappen 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: Its about an organization that thinks it is above the law. 57

Chapter 2 RCMP Taser Hospitalized 82-Year-Old Man As cited, in May 2008, at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops, an RCMP officer used a taser on 82 year old Frank Lasser while he was in his hospital bed. He was reportedly delirious and wielding a knife.1 Yep, theres the RCMP theyve got this 82 year old guy dead-to-rights he cant move! Way to go RCMP, youve got your man! Job well done eh boys? This is something you can sure brag about over your next donut run? As further cited, according to CBC News, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), responded to a call at the Royal Inland Hospital after a delirious patient pulled a knife on a nurse. The man was back in bed when the RCMP arrived and they tasered him in his bed.2 Frank Lasser, 82, was in the hospital with pneumonia. Because of a previous heart surgery, he is required to carry oxygen at all times and Lasser told CBC News that he becomes delusional when he cannot breathe properly, which is what he says happened on Saturday.3 "I was laying on the bed by then and the corporal came in, or the sergeant, I forget which it was, and said to the guys, 'OK, get him because we got more important work to do on the street tonight,'" Lasser said.4 "And then, bang, bang, bang, three times with the taser, and I tell you, I never want that again."5 If this wasnt so sad it would be comical? What is that comic police force called oh, yes the Keystone Cops? That what these idiot RCMP officers were in this situation -- Keystone Cops? Lasser, who is an ex-prison guard, believes that the three RCMP Mounties could have "easily" handled him without the taser and he asserts, "They could have gone in there and taken an old man without any trouble at all."6

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As further emphasized, Frank Lasser, 82, says RCMP officers could have subdued him without resorting to using a Taser gun.7 Frank Lasser, 82, appeared fragile Thursday when he showed the Taser marks on his body and talked about the ordeal he went through Saturday.8 "They [police] should have known I had bypass surgery," Lasser told CBC News.9 Heres a couple more stories about these big, brave RCMP? As cited in B.C. police charged after Taser used on man 73, a Taser was used on a 73-year-old man, resulting in charges against a Mountie from Surrey in connection with a 73-year-old man who was jolted with a Taser after being arrested under the Mental Health Act.10 The incident happened in April when police responded to a call of a man with a knife causing a disturbance at a home. The man was taken to hospital, where he was stunned once by an RCMP Taser and suffered facial injuries, police said.11 Thats it, wait till the guy is restrained in hospital and then taser him? In another incident, as ited in Coquitlam RCMP officers charged with assault, the incident allegedly occurred last June 17, when Const. Marko Duran, 38, and Const. Trevor Doylend, 33, were conducting a radar speed trap on Prairie Avenue in Port Coquitlam.12 The officers flagged a vehicle over and were issuing a ticket when an altercation ensued. The driver was removed from his vehicle by Duran, with assistance by Doylend, police said.13 In reviewing the file, the officers' supervisor had some concerns about the arrest and reviewed an audio/videotape of the incident from the camera inside the police cruiser.14 A criminal investigation was then launched, resulting in an assault charge being laid against both officers.15 No charges were recommended against the driver, who did not file a complaint with police.16 In other words, the driver did nothing?

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Incredibly, Doylend, who has four years of service, remains on duty with Coquitlam RCMP Traffic Services.17 Why? So he can assault another motorist? In one more incident, B.C. RCMP officer charged with assault, a B.C. Mountie appears in court next month to face a charge stemming from an alleged 2008 assault.18 Const. Mike Cardinal, of the Ridge-Meadows RCMP detachment, is alleged to have assaulted a male during an arrest after several officers responded to a report of a noisy party in the Metro Vancouver city of Coquitlam Feb 21, 2008.19 The complainant claims Cardinal hit him on the face with a flashlight. The man was treated at the scene by paramedics and then taken to police cells where he was later released without charge.20 Another case of the man doing nothing? Cardinal, who has remained on active duty since the alleged assault, is scheduled to appear in court June 14.21 He's the second B.C. Mountie to face assault charges in a month after Const. Imran Saeed of Surrey was hit with a third assault charge related to two incidents three months apart last year.22 They occurred while he was on duty and involve an accusation that Saeed assaulted a woman after he stopped her for a traffic violation.23 What about this nonsense? As cited in RCMP will not probe allegations in B.C., although the RCMP in Terrace, B.C. face serious allegations from community members, according to the B.C. Civil Liberties Association, the RCMP says it cannot investigate allegations outlined in a B.C. Civil Liberties Association report released Wednesday.24 Although the report cites numerous allegations of excessive force, racial profiling, and abuse of authority by RCMP in Terrace accounts of false arrest, assaults, illegal seizures and the use of "stress positions" on people accused of being drunk ... the RCMP said it will not investigate the claims.25

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Thats it, dont look into any allegations that could make the RCMP look even worse than they are? As if thats possible? Footnotes 1. Royal Inland Hospital Taser Incident: Chronology of the October Crisis, 1970, and its Aftermath Claude Blanger, Department of History, Marianopolis College. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ujejcj_ck3oJ:fac ulty.marianopolis.edu/c.belanger/quebechistory/chronos/october.htm+197 7+Keable+Inquiry&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 2 - 6. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Taser Hospitalized 82-Year-Old Man By Susan Duclos. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/254480 7 - 9. RCMP subdue hospitalized man, 82, with Taser Last Updated: Thursday, May 8, 2008 CBC News http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2008/05/08/bckamloops-man-taser.html 10 - 11. B.C. police charged after Taser used on man, 73 CBC News Last Updated: Monday, October 25, 2010 http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2010/10/25/bc-tasersurrey-rcmp-assault.html 12 - 17. Coquitlam RCMP officers charged with assault Neal Hall, Vancouver Sun: Tuesday, January 4, 2011 http://www.globaltvbc.com/world/Coquitlam+RCMP+officers+charged+ with+assault/4059116/story.html 18 - 23. B.C. RCMP officer charged with assault CBC News Last Updated: Friday, May 28, 2010 http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2010/05/28/bc-rcmpofficer-assault-charge.html 24 - 25. RCMP will not probe allegations in B.C. CBC News Last Updated: Wednesday, February 9, 2011

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Chapter 3 RCMP have denied using excessive force in the arrest of a 70-yearold woman This is just too much now! Ultimate thugs, anyone? As cited, RCMP in Richmond, B.C., have denied using excessive force in the arrest of a 70-year-old woman on the weekend. Henriette Durand said she was mistreated by one of four officers who arrived at her home investigating a 911 call about a possible disturbance involving someone threatening another person with a knife.1 Ms. Durand suffered bruises to her right arm when an officer took her down and put handcuffs on her after the police had entered her home.2 In another report of his despicable behavior by the RCMP, seventy-yearold grandmother Henriette Durand says she has felt the long arm of the law and has the bruises to prove it. They just threw me on the floor, face down, hands behind my back, handcuffed, Durand told The Province Wednesday at her home.3 Durand says she feels lucky police didnt try to subdue her with a Taser gun otherwise, I just might be dead.4 She was escorted to a cell at the Richmond detachment for about three hours, then spent several more hours in the emergency room at Richmond Hospital having her injuries patched up, she says.5 Richmond RCMP could not be reached for comment.6 Durand, who is an instructor in non-violent crisis intervention and has four university degrees, took her complaint to the B.C. Civil Liberties Association: Theres really no recourse for this woman, except by bringing it to the public and publicly shaming the RCMP.7 Better watch it if you are a female with these guys? For example, as cited in B.C. grandma's licensed grow-op busted by RCMP, a 62-year-old woman from the Castlegar, B.C. area says RCMP raided and damaged her property and hauled her to jail even though she has a licence to grow marijuana.8 Thats it boys, another old lady at your mercy? 63

What a brave lot? Velma Mullaney said that despite a Health Canada permit that allows her to grow 98 plants, police showed up at her rural home last month, kicked in the doors, cut off her electricity and confiscated her marijuana.9 The officer in charge refused to look at her permit or count the plants, the grandmother said.10 Maybe he couldnt read? Maybe he couldnt count? "He kept saying, 'You are way over in plants,'" Mullaney said. "I said, 'Get those guys to go in and count them and you'll see everything is legal.' And he kept saying, 'You are way over and you are going to jail.'"11 Mullaney was taken to jail and later released. No charges have been laid.12 Ah, another one who didnt do anything? Her lawyer, Don Skogstad, said "It is one thing to believe you have grounds for illegal activity," Skogstad said. "But once you get there and you can see how many [plants] there are and know about the licences, why don't you just leave?"13 What fun is that for the RCMP? Gosh darn, pass up a chance at harassing an old lady? Not on your life? He said Mullaney may sue the RCMP for damages and file an official complaint ... RCMP would not comment on the case.14 Footnotes 1. RCMP deny using force on 70-year-old. Postmedia News Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010. http://www.nationalpost.com/todayspaper/RCMP+deny+using+force+year/3371443/story.html 2 - 7. Grandmother, 70, says police bruised and scraped her after neighbor's mischief call. By John Bermingham, The Province August 5, 2010. 64

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Chapter 4 Nanaimo RCMP officer says How come every chick I arrest lately refuses to put clothes on and theyre the ones you never want to see naked RCMP officers are allowed to use online blogs and sites but there are guidelines. Police must conduct themselves in a professional manner that does not violate a code of ethics and values.1 However, as cited, A Nanaimo RCMP officer may face disciplinary action because of comments he posted on his public Facebook page that the force calls troubling [see below].2 The online social networking site of a Nanaimo RCMP constable is being reviewed by an RCMP professional standards unit. The Facebook musings of the Mountie, 26, could also trigger an internal RCMP code of conduct investigation.3 Public posts on the Facebook page by this Nanaimo RCMP officer include: Night shift and St. Paddys Day, cant wait to drop kick all the drunk idiots.4 Other postings by this Nanaimo RCMP officer include: Bar watch shift tonight, Im gonna catch me a ginger.5 Other postings by this Nanaimo RCMP officer include: How come every chick I arrest lately refuses to put clothes on and theyre the ones you never want to see naked.6 Obviously, from what I have seen, the conduct does fall short of what we would expect, said RCMP E Division spokeswoman Cpl. Annie Linteau on Friday. If theres a perception youre a police officer, you have to conduct yourself in a way thats respectful and professional.7 No kidding? One must ask: are these RCMP officers properly psychologically assessed before becoming RCMP officers?8 As far as the author is concerned, nothing but an idiot would put this stuff on face book especially someone holding a responsible position as an RCMP officer? What this guy should have possibly put on Facebook is Im an RCMP officer and Im a moron for putting this crap on Facebook? 66

As cited, this officer is now working in B.C., but you have to remember that every single RCMP officer once lived in Regina, even the unprofessional ones.9 One has to ask: What kind of people are in the RCMP recruitment departments when such people are approved to be an RCMP officer?10 One should also note in Appendix 8 that although his superiors told this Nanaimo to remove the crap from Facebook, he did not instead he locked his Facebook page to his friends only? In other words, he still has these bizarre feelings and he still works for the RCMP? Give us a break? Footnotes 1 - 7. Nanaimo RCMP officer in trouble over Facebook posts Danielle Bell, Nanaimo, B.C. (Nanaimo Daily News) http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:vYRuxcJ1BaEJ: www.rcmpwatch.com/b-c-rcmp-officer-in-trouble-over-facebookposts/+nanaimo+rcmp+officer+drunk&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 8. Such a question was asked in: If You Like To Catch Bad Guys This Police Force Doesnt Want You? What kind of wacky police force is that? http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=searchalias%3Daps&field-keywords=mallenby# 9. RCMP officer in hot water over Facebook postings By Kevin Blevins Sun, Mar 28 2010 Best from the Newsroom http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:ykt681jZjAMJ:co mmunities.canada.com/REGINALEADERPOST/blogs/bestfromthenewsr oom/archive/2010/03/28/rcmp-officer-in-hot-water-over-facebookpostings.aspx+nanaimo+rcmp+officer+drunk&cd=9&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl= ca 10. Such a question was asked in: If You Like To Catch Bad Guys This Police Force Doesnt Want You? What kind of wacky police force is that? http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=searchalias%3Daps&field-keywords=mallenby#

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Also see: Nanaimo RCMP Officer M.R.W. Picard's Legacy to Canada! Threaten the victims? http://www.amazon.com/Nanaimo-Officer-M-R-W-PicardsLegacy/dp/1467962457/ref=sr_1_38?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1323852451&sr=1-38 Also see: RCMP 'Psychologist' Neil Anderson's Legacy to 'Honesty': Don't tell the applicant our secret? http://www.amazon.com/RCMP-Psychologist-Andersons-LegacyHonesty/dp/1467953040/ref=sr_1_37?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1322849166&sr=137

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B.C. RCMP officer in trouble over Facebook posts RCMP Watch Who is keeping them accountable? B.C. RCMP officer in trouble over Facebook posts Danielle Bell, Nanaimo, B.C. (Nanaimo Daily News) http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:vYRuxcJ1BaEJ: www.rcmpwatch.com/b-c-rcmp-officer-in-trouble-over-facebookposts/+nanaimo+rcmp+officer+drunk&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca A Nanaimo RCMP officer may face disciplinary action because of comments he posted on his public Facebook page that the force calls troubling. The online social networking site of a Nanaimo RCMP constable is being reviewed by an RCMP professional standards unit. The Facebook musings of the Mountie, 26, could also trigger an internal RCMP code of conduct investigation, but police officials said it is too early to speculate. The Nanaimo Daily News has chosen not to reveal the officers name. Public posts on the Facebook page include: Night shift and St. Paddys Day, cant wait to drop kick all the drunk idiots; Bar watch shift tonight, Im gonna catch me a ginger; and How come every chick I arrest lately refuses to put clothes on and theyre the ones you never want to see naked. The officer has since locked his Facebook page to anyone but his friends when advised by his superiors to remove the offensive content. RCMP officers are allowed to use online blogs and sites but there are guidelines. Police must conduct themselves in a professional manner that does not violate a code of ethics and values. Obviously, from what I have seen, the conduct does fall short of what we would expect, said RCMP E Division spokeswoman Cpl. Annie Linteau on Friday. If theres a perception youre a police officer, you have to conduct yourself in a way thats respectful and professional. Sanctions imposed after an internal code of conduct review could range from a written reprimand to dismissal. The officer says he knows his posts were in poor judgment. He said he was joking among friends and did not mean to offend anyone.

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Ive got a stressful job and the way I deal with it is I use humour, said the constable. Its obviously pretty stupid to post that stuff on there. I didnt intend it to go out in the public. The widespread use of online social networking sites has raised issues around public and private personas, especially when those may clash with professional roles. Reports of job-seekers being dismissed over content on their Facebook pages have surfaced several times. Its disappointing to hear if a police officer wouldnt have the judgment to understand the impacts of their statements. Joking or not joking, said Randall Craig, author of Online PR and Social Media for Experts. Theres no problem with police officers or anyone using these tools. Recognize its public, transparent and everyones accountable.

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Chapter 5 Judge blasts RCMP for shoddy investigative work Yet another example of a poor RCMP investigation? A Nunavut judge slammed RCMP for shoddy police work when found two people not guilty of aggravated assault after a trial in Iqaluit May 211 [see below]. I conclude that the Crowns ability to prosecute this case has been handicapped by an incomplete investigation by police,Justice Robert Kilpatrick said.2 He also criticized the non-appearance of the lead investigating officer as a witness.3 On Aug. 9, 2009, Eegeesiak Shoo got into an argument with a man and a woman whose names he did not know in front of the Storehouse Bar and Grill in Iqaluit.4 He turned away. While his back was turned someone kicked him in the leg from behind. The blow severely fractured Shoos leg, and he passed out from the pain.5 At the trial, none of the supposed onlookers were among the Crowns witnesses, so they couldnt be cross-examined by defence lawyers.6 Neither was the RCMPs lead investigating officer on the case.7 Kilpatrick said RCMP should have given Shooa chance to identify his attackers with a photo lineup, which did not happen.8 Police didnt even ask Shoo for descriptions of the man and woman he argued with.9 Footnotes 1 9. Judge blasts RCMP for shoddy investigative work Gabriel Zarate, Nunavut May 26, 2010 - 4:26 pm http://www.nunatsiaqonline.ca/stories/article/98789_Two_acquitted_in_in cident_that_left_man_with_broken_leg/#

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Judge blasts RCMP for shoddy investigative work NEWS: Nunavut May 26, 2010 - 4:26 pm Judge blasts RCMP for shoddy investigative work GABRIEL ZARATE http://www.nunatsiaqonline.ca/stories/article/98789_Two_acquitted_in_in cident_that_left_man_with_broken_leg/# A Nunavut judge slammed RCMP for shoddy police work when found two people not guilty of aggravated assault after a trial in Iqaluit May 21. I conclude that the Crowns ability to prosecute this case has been handicapped by an incomplete investigation by police,Justice Robert Kilpatrick said. He also criticized the non-appearance of the lead investigating officer as a witness. On Aug. 9, 2009, Eegeesiak Shoo got into an argument with a man and a woman whose names he did not know in front of the Storehouse Bar and Grill in Iqaluit. He turned away. While his back was turned someone kicked him in the leg from behind. The blow severely fractured Shoos leg, and he passed out from the pain. When he came to a few moments later, another woman was checking on him, telling him not to move. When she left to get help, the woman involved in the argument kicked Shoo in the face as he lay on the ground. The Crowns case relied on the testimony of Storehouse manager Jeff Lem, who had not actually been present for the attack. Lem testified that he had asked around the bar and found the names of the attackers, which he gave to police. But at the trial of Aaron Kopalie and Inea Alikatuktuk, none of these supposed onlookers were among the Crowns witnesses, so they couldnt be cross-examined by defence lawyers. Neither was the RCMPs lead investigating officer on the case, who had been on out of town escorting a prisoner at the time of the trial. 72

When police interviewed Shoo in hospital he was intoxicated but in a great deal of pain from his injuries, Kilpatrick said, so he might have been unreliable. Kilpatrick said RCMP should have interviewed Shoo later, while he was sober and not in such great pain. And they should have given him a chance to identify his attackers with a photo lineup, which did not happen. Police didnt even ask Shoo for descriptions of the man and woman he argued with. When police arrested Alikatuktuk, she had blood on her shoe that DNA testing revealed to be Shoos. The Crown argued the blood must have come from when Alikatuktuk kicked Shoo in the face, but the defence argued Alikatuktuk may have just stepped into Shoos blood after someone else attacked him. Kilpatrick criticized the Crown lawyers because they had not produced an expert witness, such as an RCMP forensic expert to examine the blood pattern and testify about how the blood probably got on Alikatuktuks shoe. Kilpatrick called the blood on Alikatuktuks shoe highly suspicious, and said if the courts legal standard of proof had been lower he might have found her guilty. But he said the defence had established reasonable doubt, which made her acquittal legally necessary. I have a doubt, he said. It is a fragile doubt, but it is a doubt. And since Shoo had not seen whether it was the man or the woman who kicked him in the leg there was even less reason to convict Kopalie. Shoo needed seven months to recover from his broken leg, which needed pins inserted to hold it together.

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Chapter 6 Judge in Basi-Virk Case Rips RCMP Yet once again, more blunders by the RCMP? As cited, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth Bennett delivered a scathing and far-reaching decision Monday that not only embarrassed the RCMP and special prosecutor in the Basi-Virk case, but likely sent a chill through the B.C. Liberal provincial government1 [see below]. Also known as "Basi-Virk," it stems from an unprecedented search of the B.C. legislature on Dec. 28, 2003, that police at the time ominously linked to drug dealing, organized crime and corruption said to extend to the highest levels of government.2 Subsequently it became clear the search was in fact connected to the $1 billion privatization of B.C. Rail by B.C. Liberal Premier Gordon Campbell.3 Two former ministerial aides -- David Basi and Bob Virk -- now face charges of breach of trust and fraud for allegedly passing confidential government documents on to lobbyists representing OmniTRAX, one of the corporations that bid for B.C. Rail. Aneal Basi, a former government communications aide and cousin to David Basi, faces money laundering charges.4 The case has exposed the extensive political connections between the B.C. and federal Liberal parties, provincial lobbyists, the leadership campaign of former Liberal prime minister Paul Martin and even the RCMP.5 By ordering widespread disclosure of evidence not previously made available to the defence -- or the public -- Bennett has opened up what could be a Pandora's box for Premier Gordon Campbell.6 The decision guarantees the court will hear new information about a controversial immunity agreement granted to key Crown witness Erik Bornmann, the former provincial lobbyist and activist in both the B.C. and federal Liberal parties.7 Bornmann is alleged to have bribed former ministerial aides David Basi and Bob Virk in order to obtain confidential government documents about the $1 billion privatization of B.C. Rail in 2003 for his client OmniTRAX, which was one of the bidders. Ex-communications officer Aneal Basi is

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charged with money laundering in connection with payments made by Bornmann.8 And the condemnatory language in Bennett's 37-page written decision will also encourage new criticism of how both the RCMP and Crown have handled the highly charged case that impacts a wide range of prominent political players.9 Footnotes 1 9. Judge in Basi-Virk Case Rips RCMP, Special Prosecutor Sweeping order to cough up documents. By Bill Tieleman, 5 Jun 2007, TheTyee.ca http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:b28z4WpLvgJ:thetyee.ca/News/2007/06/05/Disclosure/+judge+criticize+RCMP& cd=15&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca

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Judge in Basi-Virk Case Rips RCMP Judge in Basi-Virk Case Rips RCMP, Special Prosecutor Sweeping order to cough up documents. By Bill Tieleman, 5 Jun 2007, TheTyee.ca http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:b28z4WpLvgJ:thetyee.ca/News/2007/06/05/Disclosure/+judge+criticize+RCMP& cd=15&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca B.C. Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth Bennett delivered a scathing and far-reaching decision Monday that not only embarrassed the RCMP and special prosecutor in the Basi-Virk case, but likely sent a chill through the B.C. Liberal provincial government. About the BC Legislature Raid Case What is the B.C. legislature raid case? Also known as "Basi-Virk," it stems from an unprecedented search of the B.C. legislature on Dec. 28, 2003, that police at the time ominously linked to drug dealing, organized crime and corruption said to extend to the highest levels of government. Subsequently it became clear the search was in fact connected to the $1 billion privatization of B.C. Rail by B.C. Liberal Premier Gordon Campbell. Two former ministerial aides -- David Basi and Bob Virk -- now face charges of breach of trust and fraud for allegedly passing confidential government documents on to lobbyists representing OmniTRAX, one of the corporations that bid for B.C. Rail. Aneal Basi, a former government communications aide and cousin to David Basi, faces money laundering charges. The case has exposed the extensive political connections between the B.C. and federal Liberal parties, provincial lobbyists, the leadership campaign of former Liberal prime minister Paul Martin and even the RCMP. The B.C. legislature raid case is currently in the pre-trial defence application stage at B.C. Supreme Court. The trial itself is expected to last six months or more and call dozens of witnesses, including powerful former B.C. Liberal cabinet ministers, political staff, lobbyists and many others. -- Bill Tieleman

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By ordering widespread disclosure of evidence not previously made available to the defence -- or the public -- Bennett has opened up what could be a Pandora's box for Premier Gordon Campbell. The decision guarantees the court will hear new information about a controversial immunity agreement granted to key Crown witness Erik Bornmann, the former provincial lobbyist and activist in both the B.C. and federal Liberal parties. Bornmann is alleged to have bribed former ministerial aides David Basi and Bob Virk in order to obtain confidential government documents about the $1 billion privatization of B.C. Rail in 2003 for his client OmniTRAX, which was one of the bidders. Ex-communications officer Aneal Basi is charged with money laundering in connection with payments made by Bornmann. And the condemnatory language in Bennett's 37-page written decision will also encourage new criticism of how both the RCMP and Crown have handled the highly charged case that impacts a wide range of prominent political players. 'Substantial failure to respect disclosure rights' "The defence is entitled to disclosure in a timely fashion. This rather extensive review of the many problems with this case demonstrates that disclosure has not been sufficiently made in a timely way," Bennett read in court. "I regret that I must make the following order in such broad and sweeping terms. However, given the substantial failure to respect the disclosure rights of the accused, this order is the only way I believe I can ensure that no miscarriage of justice will occur." Bennett also ordered Special Prosecutor Bill Berardino -- missing from the entire disclosure proceedings, including Monday's session -- to provide written answers to questions from the defence on the immunity agreement with key crown witness Erik Bornmann, which will see the former provincial lobbyist testify against his former friends. Details of that agreement will now be revealed, after special prosecutors said there was no written document -- even though it is Crown policy to make such agreements in writing. Justice Bennett was unequivocal about lack of disclosure on the Bornmann deal:

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"There is no question that the defence is entitled to all of the details of any arrangement with Mr. Bornmann. Such arrangement is generally not protected by any privilege," Bennett wrote. "There have been too many wrongful convictions based on informant information which was obtained in dubious circumstances. I do not make such a link at this time; however, that is the reason that the defence is entitled to full disclosure when dealing with immunity agreements," she said. Questions about star witness It may be telling that Bennett expressly states that she does not link "wrongful convictions based on informant information which was obtained in dubious circumstances" with Bornmann's expected testimony "at this time." The questionable circumstances of the deal with Bornmann, an aide to Paul Martin when the former prime minister was federal Liberal finance minister and a major player in Martin's leadership campaign, received additional scrutiny from Bennett. "I have concluded the Crown must answer the following questions," Bennett writes, noting that it can be done in writing and that the defence can renew its application to call Bornmann's lawyer George Macintosh if it is not satisfied. One of those questions gets to the heart of the defence's argument that Bornmann was given privileged treatment as a Crown witness, allowed to continue his lucrative lobbying business despite allegedly admitting to bribery, and also allowed to finish his law school studies at the University of B.C. and start articling with prestigious Toronto law firm McCarthy Tetrault in order to become a lawyer in Ontario. [Bornmann only left McCarthy Tetrault after I revealed his position there in an article in 24 Hours newspaper, which the defence noted in its application.] Bornmann's 'false exoneration' In April 2004, Bornmann issued a statement to the media that he had been exonerated in relation to the B.C. legislature raid case, a statement that was widely reported. But Bennett called that a "false exoneration" and ordered an answer to this question: 78

"Did Mr. Berardino tell Mr. Bornmann, either through the police or Mr. Macintosh , that Mr. Berardino would not correct the falsity of the exoneration; that he would not advise the government in order to stop the lobbyist activities; or that he would not advise the Law Society of Upper Canada regarding the admission made by Mr. Bornmann? In other words, did Mr. Bornmann, in any way, know Mr. Berardino's policy of not interfering with his employment?" Bennett wrote. "I order that anything relating to Mr. Bornmann's agreement, whether in the hands of the police or the special prosecutor, is to be disclosed to the defence." 'Submit every piece of paper' But that was far from Bennett's only order. During the disclosure application in April and May the court heard several instances where the defence argued that RCMP officers had not produced their notes or that important reports had simply gone missing. Bennett was annoyed at the time and that annoyance became a direct order to the RCMP to cough it all up. "In terms of police notes, I make the following order: Every police officer or civilian who touched or spoke about this investigation, regardless of what branch of the investigation they were involved in and regardless of rank or role undertaken will review every piece of paper he or she has and ensure it is submitted to the Crown forthwith. This includes but is not limited to notes, briefing notes, continuation reports, e-mail and anything marked 'not for disclosure'," Bennett wrote. Calling the Commissioner Those police notes that must be produced go right to the top of the RCMP food chain -- Bennett even ordered a briefing note to former RCMP commissioner Giuliano Zaccardelli be provided to the defence. Bennett also ordered that the defence have access to review seven file cabinets full of information related to the drug charges file that first triggered the B.C. legislature raid, when police wiretaps in a trafficking investigation picked up David Basi talking to one of the suspects. While the defence will not be permitted to view the documents themselves, they will be able to know what documents are there and

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whether the documents have either been disclosed or appropriately marked not for disclosure. Needless to say, defence lawyers Michael Bolton, Kevin McCullough and Joe Doyle and their associates were all smiles after hearing Bennett's decision. "We're very pleased with this result," said Bolton, lawyer for David Basi. "Disclosure is absolutely critical to a fair trial. Missing evidence can be the difference between a fair trail and an unfair trial." Smiling New Democrats McCullough declined to comment, but the huge cigar he lit outside the courtroom and the equally large grin he sported said it all. Looking equally happy were Leonard Krog, the New Democratic Party MLA for Nanaimo and critic for Attorney-General Wally Oppal, and David Perry, chief of staff to NDP leader Carole James, who both attended B.C. Supreme Court. Krog said the decision should force Premier Gordon Campbell and Attorney-General Wally Oppal to stop stonewalling on questions arising from the testimony, which included defence allegations that Basi worked with officials in the premier's office on media manipulation and dirty tricks. "The pretence they continue to hold won't stand public scrutiny. They have to answer questions," said Krog, himself a lawyer, outside court. "This whole story is disappointing from start to finish. I have to commend the defence on the job they're doing." "If I were Mr. Campbell I wouldn't want to be going into the next election without a decision on this case," Krog said. Can I get a witness? The defence also complained that the Crown had not provided it with a comprehensive list of the witnesses and witness statements. Bennett agreed again and set a deadline of July 15 for the Crown to "provide to the defence the statements or will say statements of the witnesses it knows at this point it intends to call at trial." While not all witness are yet known, that witness list will include some former key players in the B.C. Liberal government. 80

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Chapter 7 RCMP officer was drunk and forced his way into a Winnipeg home, spooking the female resident In this incident, a Manitoba RCMP officer was drunk and forced his way into a Winnipeg home, spooking the female resident, and falling asleep.1 The 30-year-old RCMP officer supposedly thought he was entering a house be it his own or one belonging to a friend or relative in River Heights where he was welcome and would spend the night, but that wasnt the case.2 The man was allegedly unaware of this due to his intoxicated state.3 How drunk do you have to be? How did he get there - did he drive that drunk? The RCMP officer gained entry by breaking through a door or window, causing some damage. This awakened a woman, who was the homes lone occupant.4 She encountered the man and fled to a neighboring residence, where she called police.5 The RCMP officer wasnt charged with break and enter.6 One person commenting on this story said, why is it only a boo boo for a cop yet drunk driving charges for a civilian? The double standard lives on!7 Heres another example of a double standard when it comes to RCMP boo boos. Incredibly, two Ridge Meadows RCMP officers, Pat Hughson and Steve Frazer, were only docked 10 days' pay after they got very drunk and then rode around Maple Ridge assaulting innocent people, described as "intentional, serial abuse of innocent passersby, without reason."8 Just incredible, docked a few days pay for "disgraceful" conduct, because they were "highly intoxicated" as they drove downtown around 3 a.m., the two off-duty officers spotted a man, Colin Frederick, walking down the street Hughson and Frazer stepped out of the pickup truck and started fighting with Mr. Frederick."9

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Hughson to hide his deplorable behavior, wrongly identified himself as a "PoCo [Port Coquitlam] cop. Even the other wonder did the same. As a security guard came to investigate the raucous, Frazer flashed his police badge and said he and Hughson were with the "PoCo Police."10 The security guard believing the badge to be a fake one asked RCMP Const. Frazer if he could see his badge again, to which RCMP Const. Frazer then flashed his police badge for a second time and shoved the security guard backwards threatening the security guard with Do you want to get into it with me?"11 What brave RCMP officers, in the same evening, in a separate incident, Hughson and Frazer accosted another man, D. Cirtwell who was riding his bicycle11 Again, Hughson falsely identified himself as an undercover police officer -- then pushed Cirtwell to the ground and Frazer picked up the man's bicycle and threw it to the ground.12 For the assaults, neither RCMP Hughson nor RCMP Frazer ended with a criminal record.13 RCMP Hughson refused to comment and RCMP Frazer could not be reached.14 Footnotes 1 - 7. Drunk cop busted: Intoxicated RCMP officer breaks into home and passes out on couch. By Chris Kitching, Winnipeg Sun. Last Updated: July 23, 2010. http://www.winnipegsun.com/news/winnipeg/2010/07/23/14811076.html 8 - 14. Cops lose pay for drunken attacks. By The Vancouver Sun, September 19, 2007. http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=d522c90e156d-4c95-bb7f-9ad9c389d38e&k=28742

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Chapter 8 Perverts, sexual deviants occupy top RCMP ranks As cited in Perverts, Sexual Deviants Occupy Top RCMP Ranks1[see below, allegations Say Some Top Officers Constantly Harassed Women Officers For Sex, Blackmailed Some Trainees Into Sexual Submission Their Punishment A Slap On The Wrist If Caught!2 The LINK did its own investigation and found one case of a recent Indo-Canadian woman RCMP trainee who was married before she began her training but has filed for divorce since becoming an officer.3 The husband, who did not want his name disclosed, says that his wife most likely had an affair with her superiors or was coerced into sexual submission, which led to his wife becoming cold and distant.4 He said hes devastated. And given the recent shocking allegations of sexual harassment and abuse he blames the RCMP for ruining his life and tearing his family apart.5 Serious allegations of sexual harassment, blackmailing trainees into sexual submission and corruption have come to light against top RCMP officers, some of whom were involved in the expensive Air India investigation, which was dodged by failure on the part of the force, as well as another troubling investigation of sex-killer Robert Willy Pickton.6 More female members of the RCMP in British Columbia have come forward with serious allegations of harassment following CBC Newss shocking revelations of well-known Mountie spokeswoman Cpl. Catherine Galliford s claims she suffered from years of sexual harassment.7 On Monday, CBC News revealed Cpl. Catherine Galliford has filed an internal RCMP complaint alleging repeated sexual harassment from some of her supervisors.8 Galliford said she experienced six to 10 incidents of harassment or sexual harassment, including one occasion in which a superior showed her his genitals and asked if a mole on his penis was cute.9 Earlier, during the Air India investigation, she said she was dragged along on pointless trips to Eastern Canada to meet with victims families. She said there was no news to impart, but her superior used the road trips as an opportunity to try to have sex with her.10

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Following Gallifords explosive allegations, Krista Carle contacted CBC News, breaking her own long silence.11 I know for a fact there are at least six women that I know [who] have left the force or are still in that have suffered harassment, Carle said. Im sure there are others who are afraid to come forward for fear of reprisals.12 Carle, who graduated from the RCMPs training academy with Galliford in 1991, says she was harassed and sexually assaulted. She is now off the job and says she has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. 13 RCMP management tried to cover up the problems when she complained, Carle told CBC News.14 When I spoke out against the harassment, it wasnt taken seriously and I felt diminished and I felt re-victimized every time I told what happened to me, she said.15 Carle is one of four women officers who have sued the RCMP, saying they were sexually assaulted by undercover Sgt. Robert Blundell in the late 1990s.16 The women worked for Blundell on undercover investigations in Calgary from 1994 to 1997. According to the statement of claim, they were individually and separately sexually assaulted and harassed by Sgt. Blundell.17 The case was eventually settled in 2007 with all parties agreeing to keep the terms of the settlement secret.18 Current authors note: The little guy has never kept his successful suit of the RCMP secret. The little guy has maintained for years there are a lot of lying bastards in the RCMP [and Canadian Government] and incidents like those appearing in this book confirm his sentiments to be absolutely true! Recently an Ottawa RCMP sergeant admitted to internal charges of disgraceful conduct after he had sex with one secretary and made advances toward another.19 Sgt. Daniel F. Marquis, posted to the forces immigration and policing unit, has been docked eight days pay under the RCMP Act. He was docked three days pay for having sex with an underling, and five days pay for trying to kiss another secretary after calling her to a private meeting in a headquarters conference room.20 Current authors note: Another slap on the wrist for another RCMP pervert?

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The next disgraceful conduct case against Marquis involved another secretary in his unit.21 For his perverted indiscretions, Marquis only received 8 days docked pay. What a disgrace.22 As further noted, Sexual harassment of women thrives in environments that are male dominated, hierarchal and demand strict adherence to codes of silence like the RCMP, said MacDougall, noting female officers are afraid to speak up.23 MacDougall adds that police are not an option for women in this crisis.24 Female police officers are incredible public servants and the general public is only starting to hear about the harassment that we go through, said Galliford, former RCMP spokeswoman for the Missing Women Task Force. It can break you, and then if you need help, its very hard to find.25 The RCMPs employee assistance program was of no help and even leaked her medical files to the RCMP, said Galliford, who now has good medical support.26 In a 115-page statement to RCMP Internal Affairs Insp. Paul Darbyshire, Galliford said she documented the sexual harassment she experienced from top RCMP.27 An RCMP boss insisted she go along on road trips to visit victims families and then hed turn into Octopus-Man in a hotel room at night, she said.28 Galliford named another female officer who had to physically fight off an attempted rape by the same officer. Female civilians also were targeted.29 Galliford is also haunted by the fact that senior officers appeared to know that nowconvicted serial killer Robert Pickton was a prime suspect in the murder of Downtown Eastside sex workers at his Port Coquitlam pig farm.30 Footnotes 1 22. Perverts, Sexual Deviants Occupy Top RCMP Ranks New Allegations Suggest Saturday, November 12th, 2011 http://thelinkpaper.ca/?p=11604 23. Female RCMP officers accounts of sexual harassment in force prompt new hotline By Suzanne Fournier, The Province November 25, 2011 http://www.theprovince.com/news/Female+RCMP+officers+accounts+sexual+harass ment+force+prompt+hotline/5763916/story.html

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Also see: Black Balled by Manitoba Government for making sex-discrimination complaint http://www.amazon.com/BLACK-BALLED-Manitoba-Government-sexdiscrimination/dp/1466480890/ref=sr_1_32?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1320313966& sr=1-32 Also see: Walking amongst the cannibals! Watching out for the sharks? http://www.amazon.com/Walking-amongst-cannibals-Watchingsharks/dp/146647291X/ref=sr_1_30?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1320314090&sr=1-30 Also see: Is slavery alive and well in Canada? There is absolutely no protection for female employees against vindictive employers! http://www.amazon.com/slavery-alive-wellCanada/dp/146623802X/ref=sr_1_21?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1319498263&sr=121 24 30. Female RCMP officers accounts of sexual harassment in force prompt new hotline By Suzanne Fournier, The Province November 25, 2011 http://www.theprovince.com/news/Female+RCMP+officers+accounts+sexual+harass ment+force+prompt+hotline/5763916/story.html See also: Were these RCMP officers just being "BOYS"? Or was it very close to "RAPE"? http://www.amazon.com/Were-these-RCMP-officersbeing/dp/1468089110/ref=sr_1_45?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1324291319&sr=1-45 See also: The New RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson:: Closes door on "sexual perverts" already in the RCMP? http://www.amazon.com/New-RCMP-Commissioner-BobPaulson/dp/1468092308/ref=sr_1_46?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1324291389&sr=146

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Chapter 9 Langley RCMP officer Adam Jonathan Clarke was charged in June with two counts of child luring In a more recent incident, Langley RCMP officer Adam Jonathan Clarke was charged in June with two counts of child luring for allegedly using a community police office computer to convince a 12- and 15-year-old girl to produce child pornography for him.1 Another RCMP officer Const. Justin Harris was suspended with pay in September 2004 and accused under the RCMP Act of behaving in a "disgraceful manner,"15 accused of having sex with underage prostitutes.2 RCMP Const. Justin Harris was one of nine officers in Prince George named in investigative reports alleging links to underage prostitutes.3 One of the women said she was between the ages of 13 and 15 when she had sex with Harris, who is now in his early 30s.4 That woman, who can be publicly identified only as C.C., told investigators Harris once paid her $60 for oral sex and struck her in the face when she refused to perform the act.5 Incredibly, but quite typical of the RCMP, Const. Justin Harris had the disciplinary charges against him thrown out because the Mounties took too long to bring their case against him.6 Deputy RCMP Commissioner Gary Bass lifted the suspension in April and ordered Harris reinstated as a full-time RCMP officer.7 Harris lawyer Reginald Harris argued the Mounties failed to meet that standard in his clients case because senior members of the force including assistant commissioner Gary Bass were aware of the allegations as early as July 2002.8 In other words, the RCMP purposefully dragged their feet so the accusations against Const. Justin Harris would go nowhere. Footnotes 1 - 8. Eighty-one cases of misconduct by Mounties. By The Vancouver Sun October 15, 2006. http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=f6b8fe2de802-4817-aefe-d0b47a086dc2&k=58373 89

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Chapter 10 A female passerby witnessed an RCMP constable openly masturbating in his unmarked police vehicle he smiled In another incident, in September 2006, a female passerby witnessed an RCMP constable openly masturbating in his unmarked police vehicle.1 The RCMP constable was supposed to be conducting surveillance in a counterfeiting investigation.2 The RCMP constable simply smiled at the passerby and kept on masturbating.3 What did the RCMP do, they docked him 10 days pay.4 He remains on active duty in Montreal.5 In another situation, Mounties say they will not comment on unconfirmed media reports that officers did not intervene in a potentially dangerous sexual encounter between two detainees at the Kamloops RCMP detachment earlier this month.6 Police announced on Friday that four officers and three municipal staff were under investigation in connection with an undisclosed incident that occurred in the jail cell block on Aug. 18.7 A little more digging, and this was the undisclosed incident: what exactly happened inside a Kamloops cellblock on a steamy mid-August night?8 Seven people including four RCMP officers allegedly watched the incident on video but theyre now under investigation and are saying nothing.9 City council wants to know, the mayor is promising to get to the bottom of it and the central British Columbia town is abuzz over reports of what happened.10 Its not often the story includes two women one allegedly HIVpositive engaging in sex for as long as an hour while RCMP officers and prison employees gathered around to watch the show on closed circuit cameras, doing nothing to stop the duo.11 A justice official in Kamloops Monday told the Toronto Star on the condition of anonymity that there is also the possibility of a charge of aggravated assault against the inmate who is reportedly HIV-positive.12 91

The cellblock incident investigation is being undertaken by the detachment and the RCMP headquarters in B.C., an issue that creates concerns over independence, according to William Sundhu, a former provincial court judge and now a defense lawyer in Kamloops.13 Sundhu said ever since Robert Dziekanski, the Polish man who died at Vancouver airport after getting shot by RCMP officers with a Taser gun in 2007, the public has become wary of the RCMP investigating itself.14 The public has over the last two to three years become very aware of the problems that arise when police investigate police, he said Monday. Theres been a loss of confidence in the RCMP.15 There is a feeling among many people on the streets that theyre justified in not trusting the RCMP and that evidence is starting to come out.16 She said the four RCMP members and three city workers who allegedly watched for several minutes before intervening failed to protect her while she was in the cell.17 Such incidents obviously open the door to lawsuits, said Victoria lawyer Erik Magraken, who is representing the woman. "What you're left with is a sexual assault or an aggravated assault, exposing the person with HIV to criminal consequences, but also civil consequences," Magraken said.18 As one commenter mentioned: Is there ever an end to the problems with the RCMP? Possibly they are taught they are above the law as apparently they are taught in training that they are the best police force in the world. Holy mackerel that is laughable. The stupidity of the members of this organization never ends, if you dont believe me find the story that was reported yesterday from Kamloops of the investigation started over jailers and members of the RCMP watching two females engaging in a sex act in a cell and one apparently is HIV positive. Hard to believe ANYONE can actually think the RCMP deserves to have their contract renewed here in BC.19 Footnotes

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Chapter 11 RCMP Gary Stevens guilty of sexually assaulting two teenage girls In another incident, RCMP officer James Douglas Macleod was charged with sexual assault after allegedly raping a woman at a Super Bowl party in Maple Ridge in February 2005.1 In yet another incident, RCMP officer Gary Stevens is sentenced to 18 months in jail for sexually assaulting two teenage girls Mr. Stevens pleaded guilty to attacking a girl in Vancouver in the early 1990s, and a girl in Terrace in 2004.2 Again, two RCMP officers based in Watson Lake, Yukon, have been charged with sexual assault following an attack on a woman earlier this week A woman told police she was sexually assaulted.3 "It's obvious people are going to be very concerned," said Kevin Brosseau, the commission's senior director of operations.4 No kidding Brosseau! Court documents obtained Thursday by CBC News show the two RCMP officers to be Graham Belak, 29, and Shawn McLaughlin, 32.5 And on July 11, 2005, Sgt. Dean Meikle of Richmond was docked two days pay and urged to attend harassment training after inappropriately touching several female colleagues at staff parties.6 In another incident, in February 2005, an RCMP constable attended a Super Bowl party at a suburban Vancouver residence where at the constable had sexual intercourse with an unconscious adult woman who had been drugged at the party.7 His decision to take advantage of a woman in this state demonstrates a fundamental flaw in his character that renders him unfit to perform the duties of a police officer.8 In yet another incident, Saskatchewan RCMP Constable Thierry Jacques was sentenced to three years in jail for sexually assaulting a female prisoner while she was in custody.9 A judge found him guilty of taking the 26-year-old woman from her cell and sexually assaulting her in the garage at the La Ronge RCMP detachment on Sept. 4, 2004.10

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As cited, RCMP Const. Thierry Jacques left court Thursday in leg shackles after being sentenced to three years in a penitentiary for sexually assaulting a female prisoner in the garage of a northern police detachment.11 Jacques, 32, will have his name on the national sex offender registry for 20 years and has also been ordered to provide a DNA sample for the national databank.12 Justice Duane Koch found Jacques took the 24-year-old aboriginal woman from her detention cell at the La Ronge RCMP detachment on the pretext of having a cigarette in the adjoining garage.13 When they were alone, he told the woman to lift her shirt so he could touch her breasts, which she did while he masturbated and ejaculated on her. A white shirt belonging to the victim and stained with semen matching Jacques's DNA was entered into court as evidence during the trial.14 "He (Jacques) has managed to destroy some of the bridges built between police and aboriginal people. He has created a rift and mistrust," said Crown prosecutor Inez Cardinal.15 The sentence is exactly what Cardinal requested, saying it "sends the appropriate message to the public" that police misconduct is a serious offence to be dealt with harshly.16 What about all the RCMP officers who get off with a slap on the wrist, loss of pay? "This was a serious, serious breach of trust," she said. "He was on duty, dressed in full uniform complete with gun in his holster. She was a young woman in custody, vulnerable, with nowhere to go and no ability to defend herself against his advances."17 Portions of a victim impact statement, read into the record by Cardinal, spoke of flashbacks that have left the woman "tormented and ashamed."18 In yet another case, as reported, a former Manitoba RCMP officer is facing up to six years in prison after pleading guilty to trying to sexually assault a teen girl on a First Nation community north of Winnipeg.19 Benjamin Neufeldt, 26, pleaded guilty to two sex-related charges at a hearing in Winnipeg on Tuesday. He admitted to asking a 17-year-old girl to touch him sexually while he was in a position of trust over her and forcible confinement.20 95

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Chapter 12 Dont trust so-called RCMP psychologists, they are as crooked as the rest of them! Heres a young kid that applied to the RCMP and Arthur Dunfee with the Canadian Government in his letter dated 17 October, 2011 [see below] says the kid has to have the psychologicals read by a qualified psychologist is this the kind of guy he is talking about?

This is a bold-faced lie, the kid did communicate with the RCMP, and he was told his medical file was in Edmonton although he lived in Winnipeg, Canada! When the kid pushed to see his medical files, the RCMP sent him a corrupted disk that crashed the mother-board on his computer? Now lets look at this so called qualified psychologist? Everyone knows that if they want to make psychology a career goal, one has to obtain a recognized degree from a properly approved university. The standard for America is a degree program that has been approved by the American Psychological Association and in Canada the degree program has to be approved by the Canadian Psychological Association. In terms of at least one psychologist1 employed by the RCMP2, his diploma when he received it had neither approval.3 In other words, this RCMP psychologist who is accessing RCMP applicants in terms of their suitability has a diploma that is neither approved by the American Psychological Association nor by the Canadian Psychological Association.

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One young clean-cut RCMP applicant4 actually questioned this guys credentials: RECEIVED MAY 3 1 2010 D Division HSO 25 May, 2010 Neil Anderson Newly contracted RCMP Psychologist Health Services Offices D Division Headquarters: 1091 Portage Avenue P.O. Box 5650 Winnipeg, MB R3C 3K2 Mr. Anderson, I noticed that you are cited as having a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute (Carpinteria, California), however, aren't their programs not approved by the APA because of the distance component in them and their programs are definitely not CP A approved and if not APA or CP A approved are their degrees up to par? Given this, I will have to question your interview with myself that occurred on 7 May at R.C.M.P., 754 Dominion, Winnipeg, MB. Thank you

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The young recruit did not receive a reply to his 25 May, 2010 letter from this guy, Neal Anderson! No wonder there seem to be so many way-ward, messed up RCMP officers if this is the standard of RCMP psychologists? You would think the RCMP with the image problems they are having, they would have chosen someone with an APA or CPA approved degree?? What kind of decisions does such a psychologist' make about RCMP applicants? In this case, for example, this clean cut kid told this RCMP psychologist that he likes to catch bad guys [a seemingly worthwhile attitude if one wants to join the police] to which this psychologist said he was unsuitable although the senior RCMP officers who interviewed the kid said he was just the type of guy they were looking for?4 As the young applicant recalled, this was the nature of his conversation with Anderson: Anderson: Would you be able to use force, arrest an individual suspected of a crime? Me: Yes. I have already arrested a number of criminals for different offences and have assisted others, Loss Prevention Officers, and police officers in arresting others. Anderson: If a mayor or family member committed a crime would you be able to arrest them. Me: Yes absolutely, I dislike anyone who has committed a crime, no matter what the crime is, and will not hesitate to arrest them or see that corrective action be taken for their criminal behavior. For instance, if my folks broke traffic laws I have informed them I would have to ticket them. I do not like associating with people who have admitted to crimes or been convicted of crimes. Anderson: Have you been a victim of a crime? Me: No. My parents raised me correctly in believing right from wrong, that is why I have never done anything wrong in my life. Anderson: Do you see everything in black and white, with regards to bad guys and good guys?

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Me: No there are areas of gray. For instance in my Loss Prevention, I detained people but did not call the police as there was no need to call the police, as the amount of merchandise was small or the person was cooperative, but if one has committed a crime they will need to be detain. Anderson: Is there any reason for someone to break the law? Me: Police forces and police officers operating in under-cover incidents should be allowed to break the law if it can crack down on organized crime or terrorist groups, but there is no reason for an ordinary civilian to break the law. As the young clean-cut recruit also mentioned, apparently this Anderson became more disturbed or agitated after each answer given? Maybe, its this Anderson who should be assessed? After all, the answers given by this clean-cut kid are very similar to those given by a hero cop This clean-cut kid tells Anderson he would enjoy getting the bad guy off the street as a police officer and this Anderson says he is unqualified to be an RCMP officer? What kind of stupid logic is that? Has this Anderson heard of people like Daril Cinquanta? Daril Cinquanta is a former Denver Police Officer, with about 200 commendations, as well as the Medal of Honor -- his favorite phrase: "I like to chase bad guys" The thing I liked most was the chase, catching bad guys . He also goes on to say: as a 24-hour-a-day cop, Cinquanta made his mark by building a vast network of informants. He studied thousands of criminals. He learned their nicknames and the names of their brothers, sisters and girlfriends. Is this Anderson out to lunch? Police serve and protect! Thats what this clean-cut kid wanted to do?

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However, maybe the most important aspect of this case was the fact that this RCMP psychologist concocted a story with two other RCMP employees to tell the young recruit instead of being up-front with him: From: To: Date: Neal, Stacey and I discussed that exact plan a few days ago. Forgot to mention it today. Barb This Neal Anderson went along and concocted a story to tell the young recruit instead of being up-front with him: Original Message From: Neal ANDERSON To: Balcaen, Stacey <Stacey.D.Balcaen@rcmp-grc.gc.ca> To: SCHMALZ, Bairbara <Barbara.Schmalz@rcmp-grc.gc.ca> Sent: 04/30/2010 18:22:19 Barb and Stacey, Sounds like we need to have this applicant back in. I don't know him or about others' hesitancy, or what follow-up was done at this end. I suggest that, unless there's any administrative problem with our doing so, Stacey ask for the file back from Regina, and when we have it here, call the applicant in for an MCMI-III, and then to meet with me. If the applicant wonders why he's being asked back (assuming he's been informed he's been medically cleared), Stacey can acknowledge that I've been asked to meet with him after suitability review in Regina, and reassure him that! will be able to provide more information when he meets with me. Stacey, does that sound do-able? Barb, does that sound all right from your end? Neal Barbara SCHMALZ ANDERSON, Neal, Balcaen, Stacey 2010-04-30 17:35

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Neal D. Anderson, Ph .D., C.Psych. Divisional Psychologist RCMP, "D7"V": Division Health Services 1091 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 3K2 tel: (204) 984-2007 fax: (204) 984-5580 email: neal.d.anderson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca What kind of person is this RCMP psychologist -- then again, does one have to ask, when one looks at the multitude of stories like those in this book about the devious RCMP officers caught with their pants down, literally sometime.5 No wonder so many nutters get selected to the RCMP [just see the litany of offences committed by them] in this new book entitled: Canadas Police Force: Lies, fabrication, perjury ... and much worse? Before his death he was able to tell a nurse at the hospital that an RCMP officer jumped up and down on him http://www.amazon.com/CANADAs-POLICE-FORCE-fabricationperjury/dp/1461102812/ref=sr_1_18?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1311552272&sr=1-18 Is it going to bite the RCMP on the rear end, when people like this guy approves an RCMP applicant and that applicant freaks out later as an RCMP officer and the media find out that it was a guy with an apparent distance/correspondence [not APA or CPA approved] psych degree that approved that RCMP officer? Take the example of an Ottawa police officer stabbed to death in his cruiser on Dec. 29 was remembered by hundreds of officers and members of the public Tuesday during a visitation at Ottawa's Beechwood Cemetery. Const. Eric Czapnik, 51, was killed last week outside the Ottawa Hospital. The father of four had been with the Ottawa police since April 2007. There were hard feelings between the Mounties and Ottawa police after the killing of Const. Eric Czapnik last December, admits RCMP Commissioner William Elliott. Sadly, and ironically, if you notice, the RCMP gave this guy [Anderson] who has an apparent distance/correspondence [not APA or CPA approved] psych degree a contract on the very same day this poor Const. Eric Czapnik was stabbed to death by an RCMP officer??

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A little late, but apparently the Psychological Association of Manitoba has now closed down applications from those with on-line distance programs, with PAM no longer automatically accepts APAaccredited program graduates as meeting our educational requirements as APA now accredits on-line/distance education programs and PAM does not accept graduates from those programs.6 The RCMP goes along with the apparent charade that this Neal Anderson is an experienced RCMP psychologist. In a letter dated 22 June, 2010 to this young clean-cut recruit, Warren Dufour said that Neal Anderson was an experienced RCMP psychologist: Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada Date: June 22. 2010 Your File Votre reference A00184954 From: RCMP Health Services Depot Division P.O Box 6500 5600-11th Avenue Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3J7 Dear Mr. [Clean-cut kid]: This letter is in response to your correspondence dated May 25, 2010 to Neal Anderson. A review of your medical file documentation, which is inclusive of both physical and psychological assessments, reveals that you were determined "not fit for engagement with the RCMP." In this regard, on the basis of the psychological assessment undertaken at that time by an experienced police psychologist, a 2-year deferral was recommended. This recommendation was provided to RCMP Recruiting. Sincerely, Warren Dufour, M.D. Health Services Officer RCMP "Depot" Division Canada

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That too was another RCMP lie? Apparently so, this young clean-cut recruit said that when he saw RCMP employee Neal Anderson on 7 May, 2010 this Neal Anderson said he was not experienced his contract with the RCMP had just started? After the mistreatment by this so-called RCMP psychologist, Neal Anderson, and the obvious misinformation by RCMP employee Warren Dufour, this clean-cut applicant decided he wanted nothing more to do with the RCMP. You cant get a straight answer out of the RCMP he said? He implied the RCMP were quite devious and wanted nothing further to do with them! And, the real reason the RCMP werent interested in this recruit, his father had successfully sued the RCMP pure and simple [see Appendix 46, cited below]! And, quite apparently, this RCMP stooge Neal Anderson went along with the charade! Footnotes 1. 1. How to Become a Psychologist http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:h6PQetsklDQJ:w ww.guidetopsychology.com/be_psy.htm+canada++psychologist+qualifications&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca If your school, at the time you attended it, was nationally accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), then you shouldnt have any problems. But if your school had only a regional accreditation, then the board of psychology in the state to which you move may declare that your academic training was deficient by its standards, and you would therefore have to retake some courses, or take additional courses, or receive additional training, that fulfill(s) the states requirements for a psychologist license. Also refer to: The CPA has been accrediting doctoral and internship programmes in professional psychology since 1984. http://www.cpa.ca/cpasite/userfiles/Documents/Practice_Page/cpo_ait.pdf Accreditation is governed by a set of Standards and Procedures to ensure that psychologists in Canada are trained for competent practice. The Standards require the completion of a doctoral degree programme offered, 105

in an area of professional psychology, under the direction of and delivered by a psychology faculty at a provincially or territorially charted Canadian university. Also refer to: Frequently Asked Questions About Clinical Psychology Prepared by Keith Dobson, Ph.D., University of Calgary http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:2q0hedu2A7kJ:ps ychology.ucalgary.ca/undergraduate/careers/faq+psychologist+in+canada +-+cpa+approved+program&cd=5&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca A major distinction is made in clinical psychology between accredited and non-accredited programs. The Canadian and American Psychological Associations (CPA and APA) have established criteria for high-quality training. Programs that believe they meet these criteria can apply to CPA and/or APA, and have their program reviewed. If they are judged to pass the criteria, the program is said to be "accredited". 2. Reference to: RCMP Contracts Over $10,000 http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:scATtYgKAe4J: www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/pd-dp/contra/2009-12-31/000715eng.htm+dr.+Neal+d.+Anderson&cd=6&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca Dr. Neal D. Anderson (Ph.D., C. Psych.) is a registered clinical psychologist in private practice in Manitoba. He has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute (Carpinteria, California). Reference to: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:qxzY7rDUNu4J: www.redladder.ca/whoarewe.htm+Pacifica+Graduate+Institute+canadian +psychology+association&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca 3. This psychologist has his diploma from Pacifica Graduate Institute which is neither approved by the American Psychological Association nor by the Canadian Psychological Association. Reference to: http://www.pacifica.edu/pgi_academic_formats.aspx PACIFICA: are you approved?? From: Wendy Overend (WOverend@pacifica.edu) Sent: May 13, 2010 10:55:59 AM To: thegoodones@ Pacifica has applied to APA for consideration. Please keep an eye on our website for news and updates on the APA application process. Thanks, Wendy 106

WOverend@pacifica.edu Again, as of 15 August, 2010 Pacifica Graduate Institute confirms again that they are not APA approved, with the statement the Pacifica continues to update its Self-Study for application to the American Psychological Association for accreditation. In other words, Pacifica Graduate Institute is not APA approved. 4. Reference to RCMP Application # A00184954 obtained under Privacy Access. A search of Canadas security and intelligence agency [CSIS] found no criminal record or any record about the young 22 year old applicant: Applicant Security Form Page 1 of 1 Personnel Security (RCMP) > Personnel Security > CSIS Response Applicant |D;A00184954 Application Status: Active Location: D0026 Security Screening Request No.: 170067878 CSIS Result Code: 1 No Reportable Traces Comments CASE CONCLUDED WITHOUT FIELD INVESTIGATION. 2010-02-24 5. Eighty-one cases of misconduct by Mounties By The Vancouver Sun, October 15, 2006 http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=f6b8fe2de802-4817-aefe-d0b47a086dc2&k=58373 Also see: RCMP scandals and setbacks since 2006. Globe and Mail Update, Published on Thursday, Mar. 29, 2007, Last updated on Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2009. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/article750473.ece Also see: Two Yukon Mounties charged with sexually assaulting woman: Police force brings in observers to ensure impartial investigation. Last Updated: Wednesday, March 11, 2009. CBC News. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2009/03/11/yukon-rcmp.html Also see: Yukon Mountie charged with sexual assault is brother of NHL player. Last Updated: Thursday, March 12, 2009. CBC News. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2009/03/12/watson-officers.html

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Also see: Exclusive: Mounties ordered to resign. By The Vancouver Sun May 1, 2006. http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=333278e5f375-4b4c-ac0f-c8a8368b93cb&k=35814 Also see: Ex-Mountie facing prison for sex crime Last Updated: Wednesday, September 8, 2010 CBC News http://www.cbc.ca/canada/manitoba/story/2010/09/08/man-former-rcmpsex-charges.html 6. R : registration question? From: Psychological Association of Manitoba (pam@mts.net) Sent: May 14, 2010 11:03:25 AM To: thegoodones@l Dear , The section you quote is from the reciprocity portion of our application, and in fact is no longer correct (thank you for bringing it to my attention). PAM no longer automatically accepts APA-accredited program graduates as meeting our educational requirements (http://www.cpmb.ca/Educational%20Training%20Program%20Criteria. htm) as APA now accredits on-line/distance education programs and PAM does not accept graduates from those programs. CPA-accredited programs graduates however do automatically meet these training requirements. In MB one must have a Ph.D. to utilize the title Psychologist, unless he/she is employed in an exempt setting (school. Jail. Govt.). Alan Slusky Dr. Alan Slusky, C. Psych., Registrar Psychological Association of Manitoba 162-2025 Corydon Ave. #253, Wpg., MB R3P 0N5 Ph: 204-487-0784 Fax: 204-489-8688 E-mail: pam@mts.net

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