I believe that the art of investigative journalism is dead in this country. If it's not out right dead at this point in time, then it's pretty well on death's doorstep. I believe that "media consolidation" and the move towards infotainment is responsible for the sad state of our media. Editors now direct their teams … Continue reading The News Media
As the headline says, today I received the official word from Global News that there is no interest in pursuing our story. If I had to surmise why this is such a difficult story for the media to cover, I would have to say that it's the ignorance that is inherent in the media. The … Continue reading Sorry Brats, the story is dead.
On March 10th, 2020 I was contacted by an investigator with the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service Western Region office at Edmonton Garrison.This has to do with a second member of the Canadian Armed Forces that my babysitter, P.S., provided me to for sexual purposes. Who this man was, I don't know. Through paper work … Continue reading The Man In The Sauna
The mucky-mucks at National Defence Head Quarters must be really pleased with how extremely disinterested the media is with the topic of child sexual abuse that occurred on the bases in Canada. I first had dealings with this reporter back in the summer of 2019. They seemed interested in the story, but they just couldn't … Continue reading The Complete lack of Interest from the Media
I finally have the ear of two law firms. These law firms are very intrigued with the topic of child sexual abuse within the defence community. Both of these law firms are looking for other victims. Both of these law firms would like to speak to anyone, who as a military dependant, was sexually abused … Continue reading Contact me.
Just another posting. Nothing too serious. The MPCC investigation into my complaint against the CFNIS is still ongoing. Unlike last time around, I was able to file an Access to Information request prior to making my final submission to the MPCC. What this means is that unlike my previous complaint to the MPCC, I have … Continue reading Just another posting
I finally finished with my submissions to the Military Police Complaints Commission. This time around I hope that things work out a little different. My first tango with the MPCC back in 2012 was the first time ever that I had dealt with an agency such as the MPCC. I had no lawyer, and no … Continue reading MPCC Second Complaint
Here are all of the files relating to the documents that I received from the Library and Archives Canada. https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00001-a0062418.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00076-a0062420.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00146-a0062421.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00148-a0062422.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00212-a0062423.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00261-a0062425.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00330-a0062426.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00351-a0062427.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00437-a0062428.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00582-a0062429.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00682-a0062431.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00751-a0062433.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00822-a0062435.pdf https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/00943-a0062436.pdf These should make for some rather interesting reading.Enjoy.
You'd think that in this day and age the media in Canada would show some interest in the topic of child sexual abuse that occurred on military bases in Canada. Sadly, this isn't the case. You would think that with damning reports like the one released by Madame Marie Deschamps which found that the military … Continue reading The News Media.
One interesting thing about the Library and Archives Canada is that the service files of former service members become available 20 years after their death. These are the rules for obtaining service files of deceased members of the Canadian Forces. Even the rule for those deceased less than 20 years isn't set in concrete. By … Continue reading Sgt. Alexander Edward Kalichuk.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. I think I know how the Provost Marshal and the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service (CFNIS) intend to play the game this time around. I gained that insight with a question the registrar of the MPCC recently asked me. The registrar asked me … Continue reading MPCC review part deux.
The Military Police Complaints Commission has recently been in contact with me regarding documents and other forms of information that I have in my possession from the 2015 through 2018 portion of the CFNIS investigation into the acts of P.S. on CFB Namao from 1978 until 1980. In preparation for sending the pertinent information to … Continue reading I Missed it……
What could possibly be the reason that the CFNIS has been unable to bring charges against P.S. ? Liability. As I mentioned previously, if P.S. were to be criminally charged he would have to be charged under the Juvenile Delinquents Act (JDA). The JDA didn't really allow for any type of prison sentence for youths … Continue reading Liability.
It should be no secret that I've already filed a complaint with the Military Police Complaints Commission, which I'll refer to as the MPCC from here on in. This complaint is for the 2015 through 2018 portion of CFNIS investigation GO 2011-5754. From a job posting located at buyandsell.gc.cabuyandsell.gc.ca is a Government of Canada website … Continue reading The Military Police Complaints Commission
I can only imagine how terrified the brass within the Canadian Armed Forces were at the prospect of the Canadian public discovering that the military couldn't protect children living on secure military establishments. This was contained within the Department of Justice paperwork from when the DOJ represented the Mininster of National Defence in P.S. vs. … Continue reading How embarrassing it must have been.
I'm going to talk a little bit about the flaws in the National Defence Act that existed prior to 1985.Specifically how the National Defence Act played with the average Canadian's lack of understanding about the criminal code. I've frequently been told that I'm wrong. I've been told that the Canadian Armed Forces could never court … Continue reading How could the Canadian Forces court martial for child sexual abuse.
I submitted an Freedom of Information request with the Department of National Defence in July of 2018. I was looking for "copies of any reports, memos, letters, emails, or any other documents and communications indicating how many cases of child sexual abuse occurred pre-1998 and were brought to the attention of the CFNIS / MP … Continue reading Unfounded / Founded Not Cleared.
One thing that has struck me as odd is the editing that was applied to a document that formed part of the briefing that was sent to the Alberta Crown, first by Sgt. Hancock in 2011, and then by Sgt. Tenaschuk in 2018. Back in 2011, the CFNIS attempted to contact P.S. though his father. … Continue reading A peculiar thing.
Seeing as how Richard died back in January of 2017, we'll never get to know the truth about his interview with the CFNIS on June 9th 2011. This interview was conducted with Sgt. Cyr of the CFNIS. Yes, the same Sgt. Cyr who claimed that he flew down from Edmonton, AB and met with me … Continue reading Richard Gill vs. Reality
As I've said previously, I honestly don't remember anything about what occured during the visits to the rectory after the "sickly sweet grape juice". I remember the rectal bleeding, but I always attributed that to P.S.. On May 3rd, 2011 CFNIS investigator Sgt. Christian Cyr contacted me. He initially left a message. After checking his … Continue reading Why didn’t I tell the CFNIS about Captain McRae.