I might have the ear of a news reporter that is willing to look at my matter. This reporter is more interested in some of the results I have recevied from the Department of National Defence in response to my various Access to Information requests. The most recent results I recevied were from an Access … Continue reading DND and the art of hiding stuff
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
A problem in the chapel.
Trying to define the jurisdiction of the CFNIS and the military police is about as easy as trying to nail jello to the wall. Sadly, this is more to do with the failure of Parliament to close the holes in the National Defence Act than anything else. https://cfbnamao.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/standing-committee-on-national-defence.mp4 In 1987, the Crown of Canada took … Continue reading Jurisdiction of the CFNIS
Who ordered the charges against Captain McRae to be reduced?
One of the most signifcant examples of "Conflict of Interest" that I have ever seen is having the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service investigating crimes that could cause the Office of the Minister of National Defence to suffer civil actions. Much as when Mr. P.S. sued Angus McRae in March of 2001, anyone who wants … Continue reading Conflict of interest
If you thought that yesterday's post relating to the 3-year time bar flaw was interesting, you ain't seen anything yet. Legislative Summary LS-311E detailed another interesting flaw that existed in the National Defence Act prior to 1998. The flaw had been temporarily addressed via an administrative order in November of 1997, but nonetheless this flaw … Continue reading The Summary Investigation Flaw
I recently watched a Netflix series called "Unbelievable". This is a must watch program if you're ever interested in just how badly the police themselves can screw up an investigation. The story starts off in August of 2008 when an 18 year old woman named "Marie" makes a report to the Lynnwood Police Department that … Continue reading Unbelievable