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