I was going to go after the media in this post, but I'll save slagging the media for the next post. I'm going to share some information in this post that I was going to keep quiet about until I found a lawyer willing to take on this matter. But after the most recent lawyer … Continue reading Crimes were committed.
Okay, so I haven't been updating this blog as frequently as I used to, and there are reasons for that.We'll have to wait and see.But this should get interesting this time around. On to other news. It looks as if the Canadian Armed Forces have yet another little shit storm brewing on the horizon.It seems … Continue reading In a holding pattern
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.
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
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
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.
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.
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.