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
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.
Years ago, when I started one this journey, I tried to get a grasp on the very opaque military justice system in this country. I downloaded a bunch of Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada decisions from the WestlawNext library. The cases I had picked weren't arbitrary. I was given the names of very specific … Continue reading What are the odds?
Plea bargains are nothing new in the criminal justice system. The Crown makes deals all of the time. Plea guilty for a lesser charge, avoid the possibility of a substantial prison sentence, and get a shorter sentence, if any. Sometimes plea deals work really good in the case of a defendant. Take Karla Homolka and … Continue reading Military Plea Bargains and other things.
After my informal conversation with the ex-JAG lawyer a few days ago, I came to the realization that much like the Army Cadets from the grenade incident in 1974 at Canadian Force Base Valcartier, and the multitude of gays and lesbians that were booted out of the military in the '50s, '60s, '70s, and 80s', … Continue reading Raising funds
If you ever wanted to know why no one has ever really paid attention to child sexual abuse on the various Canadian Armed Forces bases, it's because the Canadian Armed Forces are good at hiding and obscuring issues. A couple of years ago I filed an Access to Information to the Department of National Defence. … Continue reading Encryption and the art of hiding things.