From: David Amos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2013 16:32:04 -0300
Subject: Instead of wading through water and stealing people's
possessions why don't the Corrupt Cops in Alberta act ethically and
finalyy arrest some PERVERTS?
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"rod.knecht" <email@example.com>, "Leanne.Fitch"
<Dale.McGowan@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, deanr0032 <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
premier <email@example.com>, premier <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Ken.Zielke"
<Ken.Zielke@gov.ab.ca>, "BARRY.SHAW" <BARRY.SHAW@forces.gc.ca>,
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"Jacques.Poitras" <Jacques.Poitras@cbc.ca>, jacques boucher
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From: David Amos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2013 16:07:09 -0300
Subject: Attn Chief Hanson in Calgary I see that your sick client Eddy
Acthem and his perverted butt buddies Dean Roger Ray in Sylvan Lake Mr
Baconfat in Edmonton are still cyber stalking people EH?
To: pol7163 <email@example.com>, eachtem <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
police <email@example.com>, police <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
policeadmin <email@example.com>, police <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
"police. chief" <email@example.com>,
<PoliceCommission-Commissiondepolice@gnb.ca>, nbpc <firstname.lastname@example.org>, pm
<email@example.com>, mayor <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "stephen.mandel"
Cc: David Amos <email@example.com>, deanr0032
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Gary.Rhodes" <Gary.Rhodes@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>,
"Michelle.Boutin" <Michelle.Boutin@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, ssamson
Give back flood victims' guns, Harper's office tells RCMP
RCMP took guns out of homes in flooded High River, Alta.
By Meagan Fitzpatrick, CBC News Posted: Jun 28, 2013 12:49 PM ET
Harper's office issued a statement Friday morning in quick reaction to
the news that the RCMP had taken some firearms that they said weren't
stored properly in empty homes.
"If any firearms were taken, we expect they will be returned to their
owners as soon as possible," the statement said. "We believe the RCMP
should focus on more important tasks such as protecting lives and
"We are expressing our view," a spokesman for Harper, Carl Vallee,
said in an email when asked for comment about the statement.
The RCMP would not comment on the PMO's suggestions, and a spokesman
for the High River detachment said the RCMP were acting in the
interest of public safety.
"When RCMP officers were going door-to-door searching each residence
for potential victims, we did come across a couple of residences where
there were some firearms that were left insecure," Cpl. Darrin
Turnbull told CBC News in an interview.
"In those situations, when they were out in plain view and they were
not properly secured and stored, those firearms were taken by the RCMP
member and safely secured in the High River detachment."
Search was for victims, not guns
Turnbull said once people are allowed back in their homes, they can
pick up their guns, which have been tagged with information so they
will be returned to the proper owner. He didn't know exactly how many
firearms had been collected and emphasized that officers were not
specifically searching for guns or going out of their way to find
"The RCMP were not searching houses looking for firearms. The RCMP
were going into homes looking for victims. If while we were in that
home looking for victims there was an unsecured firearm that was out
in the open, we had to take that firearm to make sure it was safe."
At a press conference Friday in High River held by provincial and
municipal officials, RCMP Insp. Gerrett Woolsey told reporters several
hundred guns had been seized as officers inspected every home they
could enter over a period of several days.
"It's no different than Slave Lake, to seize firearms or to secure
firearms that are in plain view," Garrett said, referring to the
Alberta community swept by fire in 2011.
Garrett said it appeared that people in High River took their firearms
out of storage with the intention of removing them or moving them to
higher ground, but then left them behind as they fled their homes. He
added that in "the unlikely event" RCMP found an illegal gun, the
public prosecutor would be informed, but "in the vast majority of
cases — I hope in all the cases — we are going to return these
firearms to their owners as soon as possible."
On Thursday, Alberta's Minister of Justice Jonathan Denis wrote to
Commissioner Dale McGowan of RCMP K Division In Edmonton, asking for
confirmation that the firearms had not been confiscated, but merely
secured, and how firearm owners would be informed about how to
retrieve their property.
Denis also asked what process would be in place if proof of ownership
of the firearm had been destroyed in the flooding. He ended the letter
saying, "I thank you and the RCMP for their exceptional service at
this time of crisis in southern Alberta."
Premier defends RCMP
Alberta Premier Alison Redford defended the RCMP and said this
shouldn't be the focus of attention.
"There is no suggestion that people will not be able to have their
guns back again, and I really hope that we can focus on more important
matters at hand, like getting 12,000 people back into High River than
continue to circulate this story," she said. She wouldn't comment on
the PMO's statement.
The Canadian Shooting Sports Association doesn't agree with the RCMP's
position that it was acting in the interest of public safety and said
the RCMP had "breached and sullied their contract with the public to
serve and protect."
"This act of aggression is further proof that the RCMP have a
not-so-hidden agenda to take guns away from responsible gun owners,"
Tony Bernardo, head of the group, said in a release.
Bernardo said the RCMP overstepped their mandate and he's happy
Harper's office has got involved in the matter.
"We are advised that the Prime Minister's Office will examine whether
the rights of Canadians have been ignored by the police. I am
confident that the federal government will deal swiftly with those who
have portrayed Canada as a police state in the eyes of the of the
The RCMP said in a statement issued Friday that officers had no way of
knowing that firearms left unattended would be secure.
"The last thing any gun owner wants is to have their guns fall into
the wrong hands. Residents of High River can be assured that firearms
now in possession of the RCMP are in safe hands, and will be returned
to them as soon as is practically possible," said assistant
commissioner Marianne Ryan, criminal operations, K Division RCMP. "Gun
owners will also be provided the option of having the RCMP keep the
guns until they are able to store them safely."