Dag nab it! I thought at last I had it figured out…but the rabbit hole not only goes deep, it goes wide.
Public Prosecution Service Canada (PPSC) is the group of fine, law abiding lawyers who have no interest in convictions just making sure the law is upheld and justice is done. Right? Well maybe some, but another bunch are lying, cheating bunch of rascals. Can I meet the honest ones please?
It seems that PPSC has, like a cat, multiple lives. Will you looky here. It seems that there are at least three and maybe four of them. Dun and Bradstreet lists a few variations of the name with different addresses. hmmm Continue reading 'Public Prosecution Service Canada, But Which One?'»
Woohoo. The government has given you permission to defend yourself!
Before you could get into trouble if you tried to defend yourself from an attacker… now you have more freedom to fight back. Does it feel good?
Check out this little tidbit from the very end of the “backgrounder” page which, for some reason, was not mentioned on the press release:
As with self-defence, a claim of defence of property against police action, such as the execution of a search warrant and the seizure of evidence from a person’s house, is only available where the property possessor believes that the police are acting unlawfully.
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA ANNOUNCES COMING INTO FORCE OF THE CITIZEN’S ARREST AND SELF-DEFENCE ACT
TORONTO – March 11, 2013 – Today, the Honourable Rob Nicholson, P.C., Q.C., M.P. for Niagara Falls, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, and the Honourable Jason Kenney, M.P. for Calgary Southeast and Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, announced that Bill C-26, the Citizen’s Arrest and Self-defence Act, has come into force.
“The Harper Government is committed to keeping our streets and communities safe. Canadians want to know that they are able to protect themselves against criminal acts and that the justice system is behind Continue reading 'CITIZEN’S ARREST AND SELF-DEFENCE ACT'»
Have you ever wondered how many police officers are disciplined for illegal acts “on the job”.
I came across this case while researching another and it reminded me of a case in B.C. of an RCMP officer resigning and evading discipline after having been on paid leave for 4-5 years. Crazy. READ IT HERE
Think about it. What police force would want on record that they have dozens of officers having been disciplined for assault, theft etc. etc.? NONE! (I have no idea if this affliction affects your police department)
What a way to falsely create a “clean” record for a police department! Maybe the motto should be “To Self Serve and Self Protect” NOTE: I have great respect for honourable constables….and their life must be tough seeing these corruptions of their profession.
So invite the offender to resign FIRST and… oh darn…. NOW we can’t discipline him (and we have no record of an officer doing dirty deeds). WHEW! Problem solved. Thank goodness for legal procedure rugs to sweep things under.
This guy was facing serious charges, was invited to resign to avoid disciplinary action (saving both parties the Continue reading 'Police Sweep Their Offenders Under the Rug'»
Mead vs Mead… a good legal read or a piece of vomitus trash?
The courts of all levels issue decisions every week. Some are sound, well written and educational, others to be polite, are far less so.
Join the webinar and be introduced to the idea that some decisions are excellent educational tools on the law, help you understand how judges think and sometimes clearly lay out the process on HOW YOU WIN IN COURT.
When you study a decision, when you know what to look for, you will be uplifted by the understanding of whether you have a useful decision, or pure propaganda. There are examples of both everywhere.
We will go in depth into a recent excellently drafted decision, and a related decision, to learn how to discern what golden nuggets you can find in any decision. Correct reading of decisions will make your court journey a far more positive journey.
Reading, Understanding and Using Court Decisions to WIN
You will also understand how decisions can be tied together to box a judge in, where they have no choice but decide for you, in accordance with the law and your rights, not allowing them to play games and make political rulings. Continue reading 'How To Win in Court Webinar Using Case Law'»
David did a webinar Thursday April 18, to provide some insight into laying criminal charges against government agents and officers. This is a free webinar join us by enrolling here.
In alignment with our course “Your Complaint IS Their Restraint” David helps empower people who understand it is our DUTY and RESPONSIBILITY to hold the government actors, officers and officials to account.
When “they” break the law we must report it and testify against them or we are accepting what they do is OK and in effect we become an accomplice to that illegal act and also give silent permission for them to continue doing so to us and others. HEAVY!
Are you unwittingly part of the problem because you remain silent or will you become part of the solution by speaking out and holding officials to account?
All top athletes train and practice the basics over and OVER and OVER again.
Our minds and bodies can be distracted and pick up bad habits if not constantly being reminded of the fundamental basic steps, techniques and ideas.
Sounds like a good idea when it comes to law, rights etc. as well.
So on that note, here are some good videos that remind us of the basics that we may have been distracted with fancy complex distractions and have forgotten the basics which CANNOT be ignored without paying the price for later.
Here are few videos that are worth watching again and also one that is a recent update on the “Downfall of the Vatican”… that if you pay attention confirms the basics.
Continue reading 'Back To Basics'»