Back in November of 2020, the Military Police Complaints Commission released their final report of their review of the 2015 through 2018 portion of CFNIS investigation GO 2011-5754. Although it was just a review, and although the review had to be conducted as per rules that the Canadian Armed Forces shaped, the MPCC did find … Continue reading A little bit of good news.
In this post I will critique the Military Police Complaints Commission Final Report MPCC 2018-030. This will be a somewhat long read, but it will be worth it. I'm not going to critique each and every item in MPCC 2018-030. I'm just going to critique the items that I feel need to be critiqued or … Continue reading My two-cents on MPCC 2018-030
Podcast #4 the CFSIU There's only one person throughout this whole sordid affair that appears to have tried his best within the constraints of the defective military justice system.He was a military police investigator with the CFSIU back in 1980.Actually, he was a base military police officer until March of 1980, then he became the … Continue reading Podcast #4
2-ind-rev-exa-nda-ldn-engDownload This is Podcast #3. It's a long one, but it's also a good one. Above is the audio and also available for download is a copy of the 2nd Independant Review of Amendments to the National Defence Act. One thing that I didn't notice the first time I read this report is that even … Continue reading Podcast #3
I received a letter today from the Military Police Complaits Commission dated June 19, 2020. The letter informs me that the MPCC issued their interim report to the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal on June 17th, 2020 and that they are now awaiting the response from the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal. How much hope am I … Continue reading An update letter from the MPCC
On Thursday July 30th, 2020 I was interviewed at the Vancouver Police Department headquarters at 2120 Cambie Street. This was in realtion to another even of abuse that occured on Canadian Forces Base Namao. So far my ratio with the CFNIS is 50/50. P.S. went down in flames. I don't think I'll ever ascertain exactly … Continue reading Another investigation
That one sentence has always stuck with me since I first read it when I obtained the Certified Tribunal Records from the Military Police Complaints Commission when I made my application to Federal Court in February of 2013. The conversation between P.S. and Sgt. Robert Jon HancockFrom the Military Police Complaints CommisisonCertified Tribunal Records 2013 … Continue reading “Anything he was involved in as a youth has already been handled by the military”
It's amazing and somewhat disturbing how the Department of National Defence still gloats about the findings of the Military Police Complaints Commission. If one wishes to make a complaint against the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service, one does so at their own risk. This risk is especially true for a civilian with no connection to … Continue reading The Military Police Complaints Commission
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
During the July 30th interview at VPD headquarters, one of the investigators kept mentioning that this case would be tough due to the 40 years that have passed. Well, this isn't exactly true. Former Canadian Armed Forces corporal Donald Joseph Sullivan was convicted in 2019 for molesting numerous boys from the Ottawa area in the … Continue reading 40 years
On Thursday July 30th, 2020 I was interviewed again by the CFNIS Western Region. This interview was for the "man in the sauna" We'll see how this plays out. I have an idea of who the man in the sauna was. A name was mentioned in Canadian Forces Special Investigation Unit investigation DS 120-10-80. This … Continue reading Another Interview
Well, I finally have a sponsor for my petition. Anyone who is a Canadian Citizen can sign this petition. This petition will have to reach 500 signatures in order for it to be brought to the attention of Parliament. https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-2537 Actual Petition from the House of Commons website. You can sign this petition by clicking … Continue reading A Petition
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
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.
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.
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 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.