Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Mr Raper Say Hey to Harry Steele's new local news men or Chucky Leblanc and hs pals Coon, Fraser, Trevors, Alward, Northrup and Sequin for me

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I find it interesting that because CBC has ignored their mandate since
2002 people don't think I am for real

Bruce Northrup unveils new forestry plan
Annual allowable cut for softwood lumber remains the same
CBC News
Posted: Mar 30, 2012 9:44 AM AT
Last Updated: Mar 30, 2012 6:01 PM AT
Natural Resources Minister Bruce Northrup is holding the line on the
annual allowable cut for softwood lumber in the provincial
government's new forestry policy.

Northrup made the long-awaited announcement today in Fredericton.

The annual allowable cut for softwood, such as spruce, fir and jack
pine, is 3.27 million cubic metres, which is the same annual allowable
cut as in the 2007-2012 management plan.

Northrup said the department's projections show the annual allowable
cut for softwood lumber can be maintained at the existing level.

"All our information indicates there will be a rapidly growing wood
supply beginning around 2030 as these managed stands mature,''
Northrup said.

"Until then, we are confident there will be enough wood to at least
maintain the softwood AAC at the present level and that is our

Meanwhile, the Department of Natural Resources is cutting the annual
allowable cut for hardwood to 1.41 million cubic metres from 1.77
million cubic metres in the 2007-2012 plan. The 21 per cent reduction
will ensure a sustainable hardwood supply in the future, according to
the department.

"It would be in no one's interest to harvest hardwood species at a
level that would require an even larger AAC reduction in the future,
the natural resources minister said.

"This reduction is necessary and, at the same time, it represents an
opportunity for the province's private woodlot sector to sell more
wood into the marketplace, which is a top priority for our

Northrup said his forest management plan is "balanced." He said it
would help support the environment and maintain jobs in the industry.

"It strikes the best balance possible while preserving jobs in rural
and northern New Brunswick, where forestry remains a major employer
and a $2.7-billion industry," he said.

The forest management plan also outlined how:

the amount of forested Crown land designated as protected natural
areas is increased to eight per cent.
28 per cent of Crown forest is designated as "conservation forest."
"non-clearcut harvesting measures" would be implemented.
The management plan starts in April 2012 and continues until March 31,
2022. The 10-year plan is double the normal length of the previous
forest management plans.

Northrup said the recommendation for a longer management plan came
from a government-appointed management plan.

"The Crown Land Task Force on timber objectives recommended we move to
a 10-year planning cycle in order to provide greater certainty on
allocation levels as well as commitments to conservation measures,''
Northrup said.

The natural resources minister said the longer plan will give more
predictability for the forest industry.

The Alward government hired two task forces to study Crown land and
private land task force.

Environmental support
David Coon, left, said Natural Resources Minister Bruce Northrup's
forest management strategy is an improvement. (CBC)
Northrup's plan received some cautious praise from the province's
largest environmental group.

David Coon, the executive director of the Conservation Council of New
Brunswick, said he has concerns with the forest management strategy,
but said it is a vast improvement.

"The plan they released today is far better than what the industry was
lobbying for and it is far better than what the Liberals had proposed
when they were they government, he said.

"But it is moving in the wrong direction for most New Brunswickers who
say their number one priority areas are to protect water and to
protect wildlife."

Coon said he's concerned about a reduction of deer wintering areas and
the size of buffer zones around water courses.

The forest, which is set aside for habitat zones and watercourse
buffers, will be reduced to 28 per cent from 30.5 per cent, Coon said.

Industry concerns
Robert Fawcett, the director of forestry relations for J.D. Irving
Ltd., said the forest management plan will mean two mills will remain
closed. (CBC)
Several forest operations in the province have closed in recent months
because in the uncertainty of the industry.

Robert Fawcett, the director of forestry relations for J.D. Irving
Ltd., said its Clair and Deersdale mills will remain closed. He blamed
the extended closure on cost uncertainty in the government's plan.

He said the company is "really concerned" about the impact on its
employees and the communities where its mills operate.

"For us at the moment, our mill capital expansions are put on hold,
Fawcett said.

"We are not going to be able to invest in our facilities today until
we hear a more certain number in terms of the wood that is going to be
available for those facilities."

The closure of the Deersdale mill near Juniper put more than 70 people
out of work in October.

Another 73 people were put out of work in September when J.D. Irving
closed its mill in Clair.

The forest industry had been lobbying to make sure the annual
allowable cut was not reduced.

Last June, J.D. Irving Ltd. organized a petition campaign aimed at
provincial politicians that said hundreds of jobs were at stake if the
provincial government reduces allowable cuts of some types of trees by
25 per cent.

Fawcett said J.D. Irving Ltd. is very concerned about the new
standards that are being put in place, which will make it more
expensive to cut trees in the province.

"We need to be very concerned about the implementation about these new
standards that DNR is putting in place by April 1. These new standards
will increase the cost of harvesting wood significantly," he said.

The new standards will mean younger and smaller trees will be cut,
Fawcett said, which will increase the cost to log, transport and then
process the trees.

Miramichi mill has plenty of wood, Irving says
J.Dr. Irving Ltd. spokeswoman says company is not to blame for mill shutdown
By Jacques Poitras, CBC News
Posted: Jul 23, 2013 6:50 AM AT
Last Updated: Jul 23, 2013 6:25 PM AT
J.D. Irving Ltd. is forcefully rejecting suggestions that a shift of
some Crown wood to their Chipman mill is to blame for the looming
shutdown of a Miramichi sawmill.

Irving spokesperson Mary Keith says Miramichi Lumber Products has
plenty of its own allocation on Crown lands that it hasn't used.

Miramichi Lumber CFO Hal Raper previously told CBC News that the
licensee operating the public forests in the Miramichi area, Fornebu,
was allowing saw logs to go to JDI, depriving the local mill of that

The Miramichi Lumber Products mill announced on Friday it was closing
because of a shortage of Crown wood. (CBC)
That prompted a strongly-worded statement from Keith, who called the
suggestion "absolutely false."

"Our company has in fact been working with Miramichi Lumber Products
to buy their wood chips and send saw logs to their mill," said Keith.
"The allocations are a matter of public record and we are fully

She said Miramichi Lumber "have never harvested the full amount
allocated to them" in any of the last four years.

The company has not operated year-round in any of the last four years,
which may explain why it hasn't used all of its allocation.

Forestry firms eye $1B in spending, J.D. Irving Ltd. says
Miramichi Lumber Products mill shuts down again
Miramichi Lumber said last week it would shut down this Friday, laying
off 110 people, because it's only been able to secure 40 per cent of
its allocation of wood from publicly-owned forest land.

"Everybody wants more wood," Raper said on Monday. "I think the
government has to decide what their priority is and who they're going
to support."

Raper said Fornebu was able to send logs to Irving because the
province wasn't enforcing usage standards, which set out how much of
the tree can be used for saw logs and how much for stud logs.

'All the allocated users are getting their allocation today as the
government dictates.'—Fornebu CEO Kevin Jewett
For the second straight day, the Department of Natural Resources has
not made anyone available to respond to Raper's comments or to clarify
the complex rules surrounding the use of Crown land.

Fornebu CEO Kevin Jewett also rejected Raper's allegations, saying
Miramichi Lumber is free to cut the wood it needs.

"All the allocated users are getting their allocation today as the
government dictates," he said. "So J.D. Irving is getting the wood
they have the right to take, and MLPI, Hal Raper's mill, has been
given access to the wood that they have the right to take."

Miramichi Mayor Gerry Cormier told CBC News that cabinet minister
Robert Trevors, a Miramichi-area MLA, has promised a fix that will
keep Miramichi Lumber running for four to five weeks.

But Cormier could not say where the wood supply will come from. "You'd
have to ask the minister."

Irving demand for wood supply
Mary Keith, a J.D. Irving Ltd. vice-president, said the company is not
receiving more wood than it should be from Crown licence. (CBC)
Raper's comments came as J.D. Irving Ltd. continued its ongoing push
to get the province to commit to increasing the Crown wood supply for
industry over a longer term.

Last year, Natural Resources Minister Bruce Northrup announced he was
keeping the annual allowable softwood cut at the same level. He also
doubled the normal management plan from five years to 10, to give
companies more predictability.

Irving says that's an improvement, but it doesn't go far enough. Keith
said it doesn't provide "the long-term certainty of wood supply to
warrant hundreds of millions of dollars of investment.

"We need to know the government is interested and is working to grow
the wood supply."

Keith says JDI is one of several forestry companies prepared to invest
a total of almost $1 billion in its facilities, but only if the wood
supply is secure. She said that would include a major upgrade to the
company's Saint John pulp mill.

"We need a longer-term view and a longer-term determination of what
the timber objectives, what the timber supply is going to be, so we
can go forward with investments," Keith said.

Green Party Leader David Coon criticized Irving's "unrelenting demand"
for more wood, pointing to the looming closure of Miramichi Lumber as
a casualty of the company's constant push for growth.

"It's not a question of wood supply," Coon said. "It's a question of
competition for the wood between the big guys and the independents."

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Leader of the Green Party David Coon explains to Blogger of the Crisis
in the Miramichi lumber Market!!!!

Here's the News Release from Liberal MLA Bill Fraser!!

July 22, 2013

Hon. David Alward
Premier - Province of New Brunswick
PO Box 6000
Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1

RE: Miramichi Lumber Crown Allocation

Dear Mr. Premier,

After meeting with officials and employees from Miramichi Lumber on
Thursday and Friday of last week, I feel it necessary to ask for your
immediate intervention into the dire situation they are facing
regarding their crown wood allocation. It is my understanding that
the licensee, Fornebu, is not following DNR's utilization standard for
saw log allocation.

The employees were notified on Wednesday that the mill would be
closing effective this Friday July 26th, until the saw log allocation
is enforced to the level that will allow the mill to operate. Mr.
Premier, that is more than 110 employees facing unemployment in an
area that has already been hit hard by job loss.

Mr. Premier, in 2010 after you were elected Premier of New Brunswick,
you came to Miramichi and said "we have been saying for a long time
that the Miramichi wood basket must remain in Miramichi for economic
development and job creation. And from day 1 of forming a government
we will be completely focused on this with and for the residents of
the Miramichi and for the private wood lot owners as well, who must
play a part in the future of the region" (as reported in Miramichi

The Miramichi region once had several mills operating, each with
adequate access to crown wood and thus, thousands of jobs were
sustained. Today we have two mills operating in Miramichi; Arbec and
Miramichi Lumber, with one facing a closure.

I am at a loss to understand how you can justify the comments you made
in 2010 when now, the actions of your government completely contradict
your previous position and will in turn force the mill to shut down.
It is your government that cannot find enough crown wood in the
Miramichi wood basket to sustain these operations.

From discussions I have had with stakeholders in the industry, I
understand that there is more than enough wood in the Miramichi wood
basket to supply the needs of Arbec, Miramichi Lumber and the former
plywood mill in Nelson who I have been told are also experiencing
difficulty in obtaining enough crown wood to allow them to re-open
(under new ownership).

The Miramichi region has been hit extremely hard and, Mr. Premier, we
simply cannot afford to lose one more job. I am urging you to
immediately intervene in this very serious situation to prevent these
110 + employees from unemployment, and leaving our Province in order
to provide for their families.

If there is anything I can do to assist you in this effort, please, do
not hesitate to ask. I am more than willing to work together on this
matter to see a resolution that will save jobs and sustain the
operations of the Miramichi Lumber Mill.


Bill Fraser, MLA - Miramichi Bay Du Vin
Official Opposition House Leader
Critic - Department of Transportation & Infrastructure / Government Services

Fornebu mill in N.B. receives $2.5 M provincial loan
July 04, 2011
By: Telegraph-Journal
A $2.5 million loan for Fornebu Lumber was approved on June 16, not
long before the province announced it would buy Fornebu parent Umoe
Solar's Miramichi assets.

The loan is listed on the same order-in-council (OIC) document that
authorized the government to buy Umoe Solar's assets, although the two
do not otherwise appear linked.

Business New Brunswick spokeswoman Marie-Josee Groulx said the loan
was not linked to negotiations that eventually saw the Umoe purchase
price reduced from $17 million to $10.8 million.

"It's just on the same OIC," said Groulx, who stated she'd been told
by Economic Development Minister Paul Robichaud. "We treat them as two
separate entities. Fornebu is its own operating thing, and Umoe was
its own case file."

The loan will go toward the Bathurst sawmill owned by Fornebu since
taking over all of UPM-Kymmene's former New Brunswick properties,
including the Miramichi site. It is for a period of six years, and
Groulx said the money would be used for a new biomass boiler for the
plant, which currently uses more expensive propane for heat.

The OIC also authorizes the government to buy up the assets at the
site of Umoe Solar's formerly planned polysilicon plant, for a price
of up to $17 million.

That deal was made in 2009 by the former Liberal government, to come
into effect if Umoe Solar had not gone ahead with its planned plant by
January 2011.

Groulx said at the time of the OIC, June 16, the final deal to knock
the price down to $10.8 million hadn't been finalized.

"At that point, we were still on the hook for up to $17 million, as
part of the original agreement, but they were able to negotiate
downwards," she said.

Although Umoe Solar is no more, Fornebu continues to manage the
enormous Crown License 3 formerly managed by UPM.

Miramichi - Bay du Vin MLA Bill Fraser, who was part of the Liberal
government that made the $17 million purchase deal, said Fornebu's
control of the license was linked to creating jobs in Miramichi.

Now that the planned polysilicon plant is no longer a go, he said,
Fornebu's management of the license should be revoked. He said the
Natural Resources Department should take over managing the license,
with Fornebu remaining as a sublicensee.

"If Fornebu is creating jobs, and I believe they are, and
opportunities in the Miramichi region, and I believe they are, I think
that they should continue to use that wood at that site," he said.
"But ... they shouldn't be running the entire allocation. That should
be immediately taken away."

Fraser said he was not made aware of the $17 million purchase deal at
the time it was made in 2009, saying that would have been a cabinet

He argued the polysilicon plant project failed due to global factors
beyond anyone's control, though he said the failure of the NB Power
deal made matters worse.

He criticized Robichaud for slamming the $17 million purchase
agreement as a "bad deal" for taxpayers.

"I'm very disappointed in Paul Robichaud, you know, criticizing
everything we've done to help the Miramichi."

Department of Natural Resources (DNR) spokeswoman Anne Bull Monteith
said Fornebu has been the manager of the license since 2009. It is
next up for review in March 2012 and does not expire until 2022.

When asked about whether Fornebu could have its license revoked,
Monteith would only say that was not being considered.

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2013 20:29:46 -0300
Subject: Re: EMERA is in constant contact with the regulator the
National Energy Board???? Gee who the hell has the Green Meanies Horst
Sauerteig talked to that I did not?
To: Horst Sauerteig <>
Cc:, "chris.huskilson"
<>, " \"joe.oliver.c1\""
<>, "Dina.Bartolacci"
<>, "Robert.Trevors" <>,
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premier <>, "Davidc.Coon" <>,, gplant <>,, leader <>,,,, "rob.bennett" <>,,

FUCK YOU Sauerteig I don't need your consent

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Please note that Mr. Amos sent this e-mail without my knowledge and/or

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 8 May 2013 04:24:21 -0300
Subject: Imagine if David Eby beats Christy Clark this time around I
suspect he will become BC's next Attorney General then Cummins decides
to finally to act ethically and embarasses the hell out the NDP, the
Liberals, Harper, and you EH Mr Plant?
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Hey Mr Plant

Please notice that I added two more pdf files to this email that all our
surving past and present Prime Ministers and Governor Generals are
well aware of but you may not have seen them.

Remember our conversation and the four emails I sent you one month before
the writ was dropped? It was at about the same time a couple of my enemies
in BC Splitting the Sky and Dougy Baby Christie dropped dead. They were
followed up not long afterwards by none other than Rotten Ralphy Klein?
Does it make me an evil person to be happy that I out lived some of my foes?
You should not deny that Rotten Ralphy's Attorney General got the same
letter and the same a pile of documents and a CD that all the Canadian
Attorney General's received except the Quebecers who turned the Registered
US Mail back 10 times but it was NEVER returned to the USA. Methinks the
RCMP or their pals in CSIS stole my mail just like they have done before and
since. Its rough being a whistleblower. N'esy Pas Mr. Chretien and Mr.

Now to be fair here is one all the lawyers working for the Yankees Al Gore,
Prez Obama and George Soros should review before Birgitta Jonsdotter and her
Wikileaks buddies finally read it..

Yea I know I am pipe dreaming. I doubt things will change in my lifetime but
what is life with fine dreams? History has proven the Sheeple always get the
governments they deserve when apathy rules the day. However once they start
losing their shirts and have no cake to eat there is always hell to pay and
do roll on occasion. Anyone paying attention can see that the stock
market is at an artificial high created by the greedy Banksters NOT the
economy. Obviously it has nowhere to go but down. Look out when it does.
Even old folks who support Harper and Cummins get pissed when they lose
another big chunk of their precious pensions. But to hell with us old folks
our days
taking advantage of this wonderful old old are winding down anyway. What is
far worse to me is that methinks the "Powers that Be" may let loose the Dogs
of War once again at about the same time the economy crashes. I am not the
only soul predicting this but I have been rather outspoken about this since
2002 when the greedy Yankees attacked my little Clan. Te public record
of my affairs speaks for itself. If my reasoning is correct all of our
children's future will become truly dire indeed. Shame on all you greedy
bastards if what I believe comes true. Trust that I will hate being correct
but to deny the obvious would make me as foolish as you people.

Pipedream or not the rest of this email is a nightmare for any unethical
lawyer or cop to read or ignore.

Unlike a lawyer or a poltiician I have always trusted my conscience, my
logic and my strange gut feelings.just like the honest cops in the movies
Thus far the senses I was born with have not failed me. So I must confess
I have not lost my faith in my fellow common man yet even though I hold much
contempt towarss many low men in high places. My doubts are justifiable but
still have hope especially after watching the black guy named Charles talk
taking a break from munching on his MacDonald's and playing his part help
save three long lost girls in the USA It is guys like him that assure me
that we
common folk are not all evil people like the wealthy ones amongst us usually
Charles should run for Congress I suspect he would win by a landslide if a
serving Independent can beat BC's Attorney General in the last election/ If
sneaky lawyer David Eby beats Christy Clark in her own riding it will only
serve to further prove my point. Need I say I love how the political parties
in BC are creating their own Independent opponents? Too too funny. Seems
that they are bringing about "change" byway of their malicious incompetence.

History as I said earlier has proven the worm always turns on the smiling
bastards. With any luck at all it may happen soon in BC. I know I have done
my part to try to bring about change in BC since 2004. I still have so many
irons in the fire in so many places to singe some fancy political arses with
that it is quite simply unbelievable. For instance with regards to this
email pipelines in your neck of the woods I know everyone of you checked out
the letters hereto attached but did nothing . Curipusity is a hell of a
thing but you are all afraid of Harper Correct? I doubt many of you greedy
people know about Lenny Hoyt, Emera and Enbridge or Mr. Jones, his Director
Derek Burney within TransCanada versus Mean Old Me. Trust
that it would take me only minutes to explain it to anyone with two clues
between their ears. In fact I have done so to quite few and still they say
and do nothing. Hell the dumb Green Meanies in Canada have understood me
since 2004 and still don't care about the shit that went down between Danny
Boy Williams and I even after he sues some of them. Go figure?

Methinks folks should stop listening to greedy lawyers EH? What say you Mr.
Plant? If you recall our conversation on March 15th you demanded I wrap
things up in a couple of minutes and I promptly did so within 30 seconds or
so then I called your friend Elisabeth Graff and her bosses as well. After
all your Law Firm has had Hard Copy of my material for nearly a year before
you quit politicking as an Attorney General Then Wall Eyed Wally Opal gladly
took your job and in turn got his arse kicked out of office by an incredibly
stupid Independent whom I talked to as well CORRECT Ms Huntington a former
Security person and Acting-Chief of Staff to the Solicitor General of
What I did not bother telling you Mr. Plant was the the reason I called on
of people the Ides of March. Scroll down and you will see I caught Harper's
minions checking my work that day. Plus I know for a fact the CSE and the
RCMP listen to all my calls so why not give them an earful then prove to
others I am paying attention too?

Believe it or not not everybody is a afraid of Mr. Harper and many are
tired of his antics. I heard through the grapevine that I have
gotten some fans amongst the Feds and that maybe someone may use my
documents to blow the whistle. Heres hoping that is true. The sooner I get
my old Harley back and return to being "Just Dave" I am sure many
and lawyers will breath a sigh of relief. Methinks the CROWN and I should
write an MOU ASAP and then assist me in asking the the Yankees to settle
with as well. What say Mr. Plant? Do you know an old liberal lawyer in YOUR
law firm capable of writing a letter to the Prime Minister and making a deal
with fellow devil on behalf of a Canadian citizen that they purportedly
serve? I do they got this email too and my letter hereto attached. Four of
documents are from the Canadian government one is from a very big cheese
and only one is mine Correct?

If no no lawyer takes my side rest assured the Green Meanies South of the
49th heavily financed by George Soros/Swartz are about to be enlightened
much to the chagrin of Harper and Prez Obama and of course my wife's evil
Catholic cousins and their old Yankee buddy John Kerry the current Secretary
of the Sad State of Affairs in the US of A.

Such is the way of the world and the life and times of a fierce but ethical
political animal. As long as I maintain my Integrity I and tell the truth
all day long
to anyone I choose to then sit back and watch the "Powers That Be" squirm.
Sooner or later somebody will grow some balls and simply say my name in a
Parliament or a Congress or in the corporate media. The love of money
dictates it.
Of that I have no doubt.

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos
902 800 0369

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From: "David Amos" <>
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Sent: Friday, March 15, 2013 9:35 PM
Subject: Fwd: RE The Media the VERY Corrupt Justice Depts in the USA and
Canada, the EX PCO Prez Peter Penashue, greedy little politicians lawyers
Indians and Metis such as John Boncore, Pam Palmater, Todd Russell and
Claude Aubin versus Mean old me

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2013 21:03:04 -0300
Subject: Fwd: RE The Media the VERY Corrupt Justice Depts in the USA
and Canada, the EX PCO Prez Peter Penashue, greedy little politicians
lawyers Indians and Metis such as John Boncore, Pam Palmater, Todd
Russell and Claude Aubin versus Mean old me
To: premier <>, gplant <>,
Cc: David Amos <>, "adrian.dix.mla"

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2013 20:08:49 -0300
Subject: RE The Media the VERY Corrupt Justice Depts in the USA and
Canada, the EX PCO Prez Peter Penashue, greedy little politicians
lawyers Indians and Metis such as John Boncore, Pam Palmater, Todd
Russell and Claude Aubin versus Mean old me
To:, "" <>,
"" <>,
"" <>,
"" <>,
"" <>,
"" <>,
Cc: David Amos <>, trussell
<>, ppalmater <>,, merv <>, radical
<>, Newsroom <>,
"Jacques.Poitras" <>, jacques boucher
<>, acampbell <>, andre

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Amos" <>
To: "Claude Aubin" <>; "pm" <>;
"marc.garneau.a1" <>; "justin.trudeau.a1"
<>; "MulcaT" <>;
<>; <>;
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Amos" <>; "ppalmater"
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Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 7:57 PM
Subject: Yo Harper Just exactly how dumb is your French buddy Claude

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To: "elisabeth.graff" <>; "weststar"
<>; "premier" <>
Cc: "David Amos" <>; "david.akin"
Sent: Friday, March 15, 2013 9:33 PM
Subject: Fwd: DOD Auditor General and

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From: David Amos
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2013 11:29:35 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: DOD Auditor General and
To: "" <>, oldmaison
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Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 13:08:42 -0800 (PST)
From: David Amos <>
Subject: So do ya think Harper ordered CBC to ignore me or Heenan? (: Or
could it be Dick Cheney :)

It has been a couple of days since the one honest lady and from CBC emailed
me and
nobody calls while the Feds kill my email account?

Don't that just piss me off when I see you checking my work to beat the the

What are you doing in Upper Canada?

Are ya waiting for me to blog your nonsense or just sue ya?

David Raymond Amos <> wrote:

From: "David Raymond Amos" <>
To: <>, <>,
<>, <>, <>,
<>, <>,
"Spinks Spinks" <>, <>,
<>, <>, <>, <>,
<>, <>, <>,
<>, <>, <>,
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CC: <>, <>,
<>, "Henry McCandless" <>,
<>, <>, <>,
<>, <>, <>,
<>, <>, <>,
<chris.cunningham@utoronto>, <>, <>,
<>, <>,
<>, <>, <>,
<>, <>,
<>, <>,
<>, <>,
<>, <>,
<>, <>,
<>, <>,
<>, <>,
Subject: Fw: Gotcha now watch me embarass the Crown Corp known as CBC
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 13:22:27 -0400

----- Original Message -----
From: David Raymond Amos
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 9:38 AM
Subject: Fw: Gotcha now watch me embarass the Crown Corp known as CBC

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ombudsman de Radio-Canada" <>
To: "David Raymond Amos" <>
Cc: "CBC Ombudsman" <>
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 12:00 PM
Subject: {Spam?} Rép. : Fw: Gotcha now watch me embarass the Crown Corp
known as CBC

Dear Sir:

I write to acknowledge receipt of your e-mail and your voice mail, which I
have shared with the office of the Ombudsman of the English network. It will
follow up with your request.
For more information, you can consult CBC Ombudsman's web site:

Best regards,

Laure Simonet
Assistant of the Ombudsman, French Services
Société Radio-Canada

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 19:47:29 -0400
Subject: RE Potash Corp, The NEB, Nexen, Pipelines and political spats
To:,,,,,, leader
<>, leader <>
Cc: David Amos <>,,,

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Amos" <>
To: <>; <>; <>;
<>; <>; <>
Cc: "David Amos" <>; <>;
<>; "joe.oliver.c1" <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 7:56 PM
Subject: Perhap somebody should ask Joe Oliver some serious questions ASAP
EH Ted Hsu?

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Amos" <>
To: <>; <>; <>
Cc: "David Amos" <>;
<>; <>
Sent: Saturday, September 08, 2012 4:35 PM
Subject: The lawyer Leggett and her legal cohorts are too too funny
sometimes EH Mr Plant?

Geoff Plant, Q.C.bPartner
Vancouver 604 891.1186
Victoria 250 381.9321

Elisabeth Graff
Called to the bar: 2008 (BC)
Justice (BC), Min. of
Abor. Law - Environ., Resource & Abor. Law Group
PO Box 9220, Stn. Prov. Govt
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 9J1
Phone: 250-356-1155 Ext:
Fax: 250-356-8939

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2012 23:07:18 -0300
Subject: BTW Heather Remember when Harper stopped the BHP Potash deal?
Cc: David Amos <>

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2012 18:44:45 -0300
Subject: I just called from 902 800 0369 Perhaps the Qatari Embassy
should study the attachments closely EH Mr Alward?
Cc:, premier <>, David Amos
<>, "Davidc.Coon" <>,
leader <>

Qatari Embassy in Ottawa, Canada
800-150 Metcalfe Street
Ottawa Ontario K2P 1P1
Telephone (+1) 613 241 4917

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2013 01:07:11 -0400
To: cullen1 <>,,,,, pm
radical <>, hjk <>,
"macpherson.don" <>,
"mclaughlin.heather" <>, acampbell
<>, "terry.seguin" <>, Jessica Hume
Cc: David Amos <>,,,

I believe that only propaganda exists these days. The other two terms
are merely myths that bullshitters use to jusify greedy wordsmiths who
try to wax poetic for whomever will pay them the most. If all else
fails the corporations hire the cheapest help they can get for local
events and just cut and paste and print and pay some other dude for
the fancy words to elp sell their newsrag. Original thought and common
sense evaporated with veritical intigration or whatever the evil
corporate bastards wish to call these days.

Perhaps some clever Indian in BC will ask me why I ran against Andy
Scott when he was the Minister of Indian Affairs EH John Duncan? I see
folks in your neck of the woods checking my work alot lately. No doubt
some of it is because of the upcoming election and the doings between
me and the Wally Opal and the RCMP back in 2005. However there is the
doings between the NEB and I in 2006 but that bullshit only involves
mere matters of money and the environment. YOU cannot deny that the
Minister of Indian Affairs has had Hard Copy of my concerns since 2004
and THAT involves the Captial Crime known and MURDER. YOUR head office
is in Amherst Nova Scotia which well within MY stomping gounds. Thus
that is where I will serve you the summons in order to bring the RCMP
and your lawyers to Federal Court CORRECT Minister Duncan? Perhaps you
should call the RCMP in Amherst Nova Scotia and ask them about the
documents and CD I served on them with a witness who has my Durable
Power of Attorney in August of 2012 in order to bring everything up to

FYI its mostly the same materail that Wally Opal and the lawyer
Shirley Heafey as the Commissioer of Public Complaints Against the
RCMP received byway of registered US Mail (signature required) in 2005

Air Date: December 14, 2012
The Union of BC Indian Chiefs has announced they are ready and willing
to take legal action against the Federal Government over concerns of
the potential Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion & Protection
Agreement (FIPPA). President of the UBCIC Grand Chief Stewart Phillip
explains what a potential international free-trade agreement would
mean for the environment and country. Meanwhile Reporter Jon Brown
speaks with BC Conservative Leader John Cummins who's making a
northern tour.

Interview Segment: Grand Chief Stewart Phillip & Conservative Leader
John Cummins

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 02:00:26 -0400
Subject: RE Potash Corp, The NEB, Nexen, Pipelines and MP Nathan Cullen
To:,, "ross.mcmillan"
"gregor.robertson" <>,,,,,
Cc:, David Amos <>, oig
<>, oig <>,

Cullen to question Enbridge, government at JRP in February
DECEMBER 12, 2012

Prince Rupert – MP Nathan Cullen will next appear before the National
Energy Board's Enbridge Joint Review Panel (JRP) in February.

Cullen will question witnesses from Enbridge on emergency preparedness
and response mechanisms that would be established to deal with oil

Later in the spring, Cullen will also cross-examine Department of
Fisheries and Oceans officials about federal assessments of the
project's environmental impacts.

JRP hearings continue in Prince Rupert this week and are set to resume
there on February 4. The panel will sit for two-week rotations until
early spring and must issue its recommendation by the end of 2013.

- 30 -

Contact: Shelley Browne, 250-877-4140

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2012 19:31:34 -0300
Subject: RE The NEB, Nexen, Pipelines, the by elections of the left
versus Harper & cohorts Anyone remember me?
To:,,,,,,,, leader

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2012 19:31:34 -0300
Subject: RE The NEB, Nexen, Pipelines, the by elections of the left
versus Harper & cohorts Anyone remember me?
To:,,,,,,,, leader

From: Josipa Petrunic <>
Subject: Follow up
To: "David Amos" <>
Received: Sunday, June 5, 2011, 8:45 PM

Dear David,

Apologies for the delay in my response. This week was jammed with
board meetings for our riding and a massive volunteer appreciation BBQ
that we held yesterday. I'm just catching up on messages now.

Apropos the information you sent to me, I found it very interesting.
In fact, here in Calgary East, I'm planning a series of
workshops/public lectures that look at "Corruption in Canada". My
policy team and I are meeting this week to discuss the items you sent
to me and your case in particular to see what we can do in terms of,
at least, bringing some public awareness to this case and other cases
of corruption and questionable practices in Canadian governance and
government relations with businesses.

Do make sure to send us a follow up on what you decide to do, apropos
your proposed law suit. I will share the information with my team.

As my own follow up question, though, why have you sent me this
material as opposed to approaching your local MP and/or Liberal
candidate? Surely others would be interested too.

I know Ted. He's a great person and he'll be a wonderful MP. Do let me
know what transpires on that front.

Best of luck in your efforts. We'll chat soon,

Josipa Petrunic
Liberal Party Candidate
Federal constituency of Calgary East
Phone: 403-719-6253

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Josipa I will try calling you again (902 800 0369) BTW I am
not a local nor am I a liberal
Cc:, David Amos
Received: Monday, May 23, 2011, 10:38 PM

Say hey to Ted Hsu

I explained myself to your sister Ana ( who was quite nice) She
obviously told you I had called after you responded to my first emaiI.
She told me you were heading out to debate that night so I sent you
the email with the attachemnt about BHP and Potash Corp so you could
embarass some Conservatives as to why Harper stopped the hostile
takeover last year but clearly you did not read it in time for the
election but there is still a bit of time to stir the pot before the
Speech from the Throne in June

Anyway to answer your question I am the whistleblower that inspired
this hearing in Washington DC before I came home and ran for public
office 4 times in Canada between 2004 and 2006 then got stuck here
without my wife and kids

The first email I sent you had this pdf file attached and Ted got it too.

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos

P.S. The rest of this email and its attachment contains just one of
the reasons Stockwell Day quit.

From: Josipa Petrunic <>
Date: Sat, 21 May 2011 17:26:34 -0400
Subject: Reading your message
To: David Amos <>

Hi David -

I just heard your message (sort of) on the telephone.
Unfortunately the line is garbled and all I could hear was your name and
a mention of a Senate website site. The rest is mostly garbled for some
reason and I can't make out your phone number or the website you were
trying to direct me towards. Were you on a cell phone, by chance? It
sounds like digital interference on the phone.

That said, I have indeed scanned through the emails you sent to me,
but I have a number of questions, as the order of the emails is all
over the place and it's
hard for me to track what happened when and who you were responding to
at certain times.

I thought that it might be easier for you to come to
one of our meetings (i.e. our board meeting on June 1st). We always
leave a slot of time for people from the community, like yourself, to
talk about issues thought to be important and which we, as Liberals, can
talk about.

Indeed, as I'm developing a lecture series for Calgary
East right now, it might be worthwhile having you succinctly explain the
situation and your role in whistleblowing, so that I can grasp the
issues at hand.

In the meantime, could you email me your number and a
link to the website you mentioned. I can start by looking at the site.

Cheers, Josipa
Josipa Petrunic
Liberal Party Candidate
constituency of Calgary East [1] [2]
Phone: 403-719-6253

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Fwd: Ted perhaps you should mention this email to the lawyers
Sean Casey, Dominic Leblanc, Bob Rae and Ralph Goodale ASAP
Received: Friday, May 20, 2011, 2:33 PM

When you responded once again to the earlier email I figured it was
not you who blocked the email I was calling about. Ask yourself who
blocked this email to you and why. BTW after I called you and left a
message about this I did as I promised and called Bob Rae's office as
well. He did ot call me back but i saw his help checking my work on
the web while we talked.

Best Regards

--- On Thu, 5/19/11, Ted Hsu <> wrote:

From: Ted Hsu <>
Subject: Re: Ted I figured out it was you who called me back (613 544 8450)
To: "David Amos" <>
Received: Thursday, May 19, 2011, 8:18 PM

Hello David,

I'm going to go over the contents of your email.


Ted Hsu

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 3:30 PM, David Amos <>

Congrats on two fronts.

One for getting elected

Two and more importantly to me is the fact that you are the only
elected politician to returm a call to me this year. No joke.

That fact alone proves to me that you are the only person who should
be the liberal leader and our next Prime Minister No joking again.

because you acted ethiclly with me I will keep this email in
confidence until we get a chance to talk.

Best Regards

Please study the text of the email when you get the time but checkout
the pdf files attached ASAP before the 41st Parliament sits would be

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2012 00:34:44 -0300
Subject: never-mind-northern-gateway-keystone-xl
To: albertadiary <>
Cc: David Amos <>

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Sat, 8 Sep 2012 16:35:46 -0300
Subject: The lawyer Leggett and her legal cohorts are too too funny
sometimes EH Mr Plant?
Cc: David Amos <>,,

Geoff Plant, Q.C.bPartner
Vancouver 604 891.1186
Victoria 250 381.9321

Elisabeth Graff
Called to the bar: 2008 (BC)
Justice (BC), Min. of
Abor. Law - Environ., Resource & Abor. Law Group
PO Box 9220, Stn. Prov. Govt
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 9J1
Phone: 250-356-1155 Ext:
Fax: 250-356-8939

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Amos" <>
To: <>; <>;
<>; <>;
<>; <>;
<>; <>;
Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2008 1:02 PM
Subject: We just talked Ms. Legget I must say you picked a bad day to
play dumb EH?

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2012 23:07:18 -0300
Subject: BTW Heather Remember when Harper stopped the BHP Potash deal?
Cc: David Amos <>

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2012 18:44:45 -0300
Subject: I just called from 902 800 0369 Perhaps the Qatari Embassy
should study the attachments closely EH Mr Alward?
Cc:, premier <>, David Amos
<>, "Davidc.Coon" <>,
leader <>

Qatari Embassy in Ottawa, Canada
800-150 Metcalfe Street
Ottawa Ontario K2P 1P1
Telephone (+1) 613 241 4917

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Alan Dark <>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2012 16:57:14 -0400
Subject: Re: I just called from 902 800 0369 and tried to talk to you
Mr Tomick (Out of office)
To: David Amos <>

Thank you for your email. Please be advised that I am currently out of
the office; returning Monday Agust 27th.

If your matter is urgent, please contact Camilla Inderberg at
416-205-5545 or by email or Janice Smith
416-205-2940 or

Best regards,

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2012 18:03:50 -0300
Subject: Ask yourself why CBC would report none of this
To:, "greg.weston" <>,,
Cc: David Amos <>, jacques_poitras

You do know Landslide Annie is on the Board of Directors of Nexen I hope
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2012 19:17:20 -0300
Subject: Re Danny Williams Vs the Sierra Club Very Interesting lawsuit
and counterclaim EH Mr Bennnett
To:,, grenouf
Cc:,,, " \"David
Amos\"" <>,

FYI I just call Bruno Marcocchio @ 902-567-1132 and he had no clue as
to what I was talking about However trust that just like Gretchen
Fitzgerald, Danny Williams and his corporate pals know EXACTLY who I
am and why I was calling.

2005 01 T 0010












Court File Number(s):2005 01 T 0010

Date of Filing of Document: 25 January 2005

Name of Filing Party or Person: Stephen J. May

Application to which Document being filed relates: Amended Application
of the Plaintiff/Defendant by Counterclaim to maintain an Order
restricting publication, to strike portions of the Statement of
Defence, strike the Counterclaim in it's entirety, and to refer this
proceeding to case management.

Statement of purpose in filing: To maintain an Order restricting
publication, to strike portions of the Statement of Defence, strike
the Counterclaim in its entirety and refer this proceeding to case


I, Stephen J. May, of the City of St. John's, in the Province of
Newfoundland and Labrador, Barrister and Solicitor, make oath and say
as follows:

THAT I am a Partner in the St. John's office of PATTERSON PALMER
solicitors for William Matthews, the Member of Parliament for
Random-Burin-St. George's in the Parliament of Canada.

THAT Mr. Matthews originally retained Mr. Edward Roberts, Q.C. on or
about 30 April 2002 after Mr. Byron Prior, the Defendant/Plaintiff by
Counterclaim, had made allegations against Mr. Matthews in a
publication called "My Inheritance - The truth - Not Fiction: A Town
with a Secret". In that publication, the allegation was made that Mr.
Matthews had had sex with a girl who had been prostituted by her
mother. That girl was alleged to have been Mr. Prior's sister.

THAT upon being retained, Mr. Edward Roberts wrote a letter to Mr.
Prior. That letter to Mr. Prior is attached as Exhibit "1" to my

THAT subsequent to Mr. Roberts' letter to Mr. Prior, Mr. Roberts
received a 1 May 2002 e-mail from Mr. Prior. That e-mail is attached
as Exhibit "2".

THAT subsequent to Mr. Roberts receipt of the e-mail, Mr. Prior swore
an Affidavit acknowledging that what had been said in that publication
was false. That Affidavit is attached as Exhibit "3" to my Affidavit.
Following Mr. Roberts' receipt of that Affidavit, Mr. Matthews advised
that he was satisfied not to pursue the matter any further and our
firm closed our file.

THAT on or about 25 October 2004, I was retained by Mr. Matthews
following his gaining knowledge that a web site, made a series of
allegations against him relating to my having sex with a girl of
approximately 12 years old through to an approximate age of 15 years
old. It also accused him of being a father of one of her children and
accused him of having raped that girl. Upon checking the web site I
saw that Byron Prior, the Defendant, had been identified as the author
of the material on the site.

THAT Mr. Matthews instructed me to write Mr. Prior, to remind him of
the fact that the allegations had been admitted to being false through
a 16 May 2002 Affidavit to advise him of Mr. Matthews' intentions to
commence legal proceedings if the comments were not removed from the
web site. A copy of my letter to Mr. Prior is attached as Exhibit "4"
to this Affidavit.

THAT I attach as Exhibit "5" a transcript from a 5 November 2004
voicemail left by David Amos, identified in the voicemail as a friend
of Mr. Prior.

THAT I attach as Exhibit "6" a portion of a 6 November 2004 e-mail
from Mr. Amos.

THAT until I received his voicemail and e-mail, I had never heard of Mr.

THAT Mr. Amos has continued to send me e-mail since his 5 November
e-mail. Including his 6 November 2004 e-mail, I have received a total
of 15 e-mails as of 23 January 2005. All do not address Mr. Matthews'
claim or my involvement as Mr. Matthews' solicitor. I attach as
Exhibit "7" a portion of a 12 January 2005 e-mail that Mr. Amos sent
to me but originally came to my attention through Ms. Lois Skanes
whose firm had received a copy. This e-mail followed the service of
the Statement of Claim on 11 January 2005 on Mr. Prior. I also attach
as Exhibit "8" a copy of a 19 January 2005 e-mail from Mr. Amos.

THAT I attach as Exhibit "9" a copy of a 22 November 2004 letter
addressed to me from Edward Roberts, the Lieutenant Governor of
Newfoundland and Labrador covering a 2 September 2004 letter from Mr.
Amos addressed to John Crosbie, Edward Roberts, in his capacity as
Lieutenant Governor, Danny Williams, in his capacity as Premier of
Newfoundland and Labrador, and Brian F. Furey, President of the Law
Society of Newfoundland and Labrador. I requested a copy of this
letter from Government House after asking Mr. Roberts if he had
received any correspondence from Mr. Amos during his previous
representation of Mr. Matthews. He advised me that he received a
letter since becoming Lieutenant Governor, portions of which involved
his representation of Mr. Matthews. Mr. Roberts' letter also covered
his reply to Mr. Amos.

THAT I attach as Exhibit "10" an e-mail from Mr. Amos received on
Sunday, 23 January 2005.

THAT I swear this Affidavit in support of the Application to strike
Mr. Prior's counterclaim.

SWORN to before me at
St. John's, Province of Newfoundland and Labrador this 24th day of
January, 2005.

Signed by Della Hart
Signature STAMP
A Commissioner for Oaths in and for
the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. My commission expires on
December 31, 2009

---- Original Message -----
From: "McKnight, Gisele"
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2005 2:53 PM
Subject: David Amos

Hello Lisa,

David Amos asked me to contact you. I met him last June after he became
an independent (not representing any political party) candidate in our
election that was held June 28. He was a candidate in our constituency of
Fundy (now called Fundy-Royal).

I wrote a profile story about him, as I did all other candidates. That
story appeared in the Kings County Record June 22. A second story, written
by one of my reporters, appeared on the same date, which was a report on
the candidates' debate held June 18.

As I recall David Amos came last of four candidates in the election.
The winner got 14,997 votes, while Amos got 358.

I have attached the two stories that appeared, as well as a photo
taken by reporter Erin Hatfield during the debate. I couldn't find the photo
that ran, but this one is very similar.

A1-debate A1-amos,David for MP 24.doc debate 2.JPG

Gisele McKnight editor
Kings County Record
Sussex, New Brunswick

Raising a Little Hell- Lively Debate Provokes Crowd

By Erin Hatfield

"If you don't like what you got, why don't you change it? If your
world is all screwed up, rearrange it."

The 1979 Trooper song Raise a Little Hell blared on the speakers at
the 8th Hussars Sports Center Friday evening as people filed in to
watch the Fundy candidates debate the issues. It was an accurate, if
unofficial, theme song for the debate.

The crowd of over 200 spectators was dwarfed by the huge arena, but as
they chose their seats, it was clear the battle lines were drawn.
Supporters of Conservative candidate Rob Moore naturally took the blue
chairs on the right of the rink floor while John Herron's Liberalswent
left. There were splashes of orange, supporters of NDP Pat Hanratty,
mixed throughout. Perhaps the loudest applause came from a row towards
the back, where supporters of independent candidate David Amos sat.

The debate was moderated by Leo Melanson of CJCW Radio and was
organized by the Sussex Valley Jaycees. Candidates wereasked a barrage
of questions bypanelists Gisele McKnight of the Kings County Record
and Lisa Spencer of CJCW.

Staying true to party platforms for the most part, candidates
responded to questions about the gun registry, same sex marriage, the
exodus of young people from the Maritimes and regulated gas prices.
Herron and Moore were clear competitors,constantly challenging each
other on their answers and criticizing eachothers' party leaders.
Hanratty flew under the radar, giving short, concise responses to the
questions while Amos provided some food for thought and a bit of comic
relief with quirky answers. "I was raised with a gun," Amos said in
response to the question of thenational gun registry. "Nobody's
getting mine and I'm not paying 10 cents for it."

Herron, a Progressive Conservative MP turned Liberal, veered from his
party'splatform with regard to gun control. "It was ill advised but
well intentioned," Herron said. "No matter what side of the house I am
on, I'm voting against it." Pat Hanratty agreed there were better
places for the gun registry dollars to be spent.Recreational hunters
shouldn't have been penalized by this gun registry," he said.

The gun registry issues provoked the tempers of Herron and Moore. At
one point Herron got out of his seat and threw a piece of paper in
front of Moore. "Read that," Herron said to Moore, referring to the
voting record of Conservative Party leader Steven Harper. According to
Herron, Harper voted in favour of the registry on the first and second
readings of the bill in 1995. "He voted against it when it counted, at
final count," Moore said. "We needa government with courage to
register sex offenders rather than register the property of law
abiding citizens."

The crowd was vocal throughout the evening, with white haired men and
women heckling from the Conservative side. "Shut up John," one woman
yelled. "How can you talk about selling out?" a man yelled whenHerron
spoke about his fear that the Conservatives are selling farmers out.

Although the Liberal side was less vocal, Kings East MLA Leroy
Armstrong weighed in at one point. "You're out of touch," Armstrong
yelled to Moore from the crowd when the debate turned to the cost of
post-secondary education. Later in the evening Amos challenged
Armstrong to a public debate of their own. "Talk is cheap. Any time,
anyplace," Armstrong responded.

As the crowd made its way out of the building following the debate,
candidates worked the room. They shook hands with well-wishers and
fielded questions from spectators-all part of the decision-making
process for the June 28 vote.

Cutline – David Amos, independent candidate in Fundy, with some of his
favourite possessions—motorcycles.


The Unconventional Candidate

David Amos Isn't Campaigning For Your Vote, But….

By Gisele McKnight

FUNDY—He has a pack of cigarettes in his shirt pocket, a chain on his
wallet, a beard at least a foot long, 60 motorcycles and a cell phone
that rings to the tune of "Yankee Doodle."

Meet the latest addition to the Fundy ballot—David Amos.

The independent candidate lives in Milton, Massachusetts with his wife
and two children, but his place of residence does not stop him from
running for office in Canada.

One has only to be at least 18, a Canadian citizen and not be in jail
to meet Elections Canada requirements.

When it came time to launch his political crusade, Amos chose his
favourite place to do so—Fundy.

Amos, 52, is running for political office because of his
dissatisfaction with politicians.

"I've become aware of much corruption involving our two countries," he
said. "The only way to fix corruption is in the political forum."

The journey that eventually led Amos to politics began in Sussex in
1987. He woke up one morning disillusioned with life and decided he
needed to change his life.

"I lost my faith in mankind," he said. "People go through that
sometimes in midlife."

So Amos, who'd lived in Sussex since 1973, closed his Four Corners
motorcycle shop, paid his bills and hit the road with Annie, his 1952
Panhead motorcycle.

"Annie and I rode around for awhile (three years, to be exact)
experiencing the milk of human kindness," he said. "This is how you
renew your faith in mankind – you help anyone you can, you never ask
for anything, but you take what they offer."

For those three years, they offered food, a place to sleep, odd jobs
and conversation all over North America.

Since he and Annie stopped wandering, he has married, fathered a son
and a daughter and become a house-husband – Mr. Mom, as he calls

He also describes himself in far more colourful terms—a motorcyclist
rather than a biker, a "fun-loving, free-thinking, pig-headed
individual," a "pissed-off Maritimer" rather than an activist, a proud
Canadian and a "wild colonial boy."

Ironically, the man who is running for office has never voted in his life.

"But I have no right to criticize unless I offer my name," he said.
"It's alright to bitch in the kitchen, but can you walk the walk?"

Amos has no intention of actively campaigning.

"I didn't appreciate it when they (politicians) pounded on my door
interrupting my dinner," he said. "If people are interested, they can
call me. I'm not going to drive my opinions down their throats."

And he has no campaign budget, nor does he want one.

"I won't take any donations," he said. "Just try to give me some. It's
not about money. It goes against what I'm fighting about."

What he's fighting for is the discussion of issues – tainted blood,
the exploitation of the Maritimes' gas and oil reserves and NAFTA, to
name a few.

"The political issues in the Maritimes involve the three Fs – fishing,
farming and forestry, but they forget foreign issues," he said. "I'm
death on NAFTA, the back room deals and free trade. I say chuck it
(NAFTA) out the window.

NAFTA is the North American Free Trade Agreement which allows an
easier flow of goods between Canada, the United States and Mexico.

Amos disagrees with the idea that a vote for him is a wasted vote.

"There are no wasted votes," he said. "I want people like me,
especially young people, to pay attention and exercise their right.
Don't necessarily vote for me, but vote."

Although…if you're going to vote anyway, Amos would be happy to have
your X by his name.

"I want people to go into that voting booth, see my name, laugh and
say, 'what the hell.'"

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 18:01:00 -0300
Subject: RE John Conway of the University of Regina and his published
opinion of the demise of the NDP In SK
To:,, bwall
<>, premier <>,,,,,
Cc:, maritime_malaise <>,,,
"jacques.nasser" <>, occupyfredericton
<>, "9.17occupywallstreet"
<>, occupyottawa

I don't believe John Conway knows as much as he thinks he does so he
deserved to be somewhat more enlightened EH Brad Wall? Rest assured
that I called him and told him as much as he wanted to know while
Lingenfelter's campain manager played as dumb as a post about my

However as dumb as Lingenfelter and his cohorts may pretend to be if
the NDP boss in SK truly practiced old style, right wing "take no
prisoners" politicking he who have embarassed the hell out of Brad
Wall last year with the letter from Jac Nasser to mean old me that is
hereto attached.

Anyone with two clues between their ears or even a dumb NDP dude would
know that BHP Billiton's Marius Kloppers visiting Brad Wall during an
election campaign is just no coincidence at all. Something smells
truly rotten indeed. However the only way to resolve my concerns is
byway of litigation CORRECT MR WALL?

Have your lawyers review the emials below and tell your Attorney
General to find the documents I sent his office byway REGISTERED US
MAIL in 2005 and tell them to give me a call if they have more BALLS
than you EH MR WALL?

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos
902 800 0369

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 15:16:55 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Fw: RE BHP's game I just called Bill Boyd and the NDP In SK
they played dumb as usual

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Yo Shawny Baby interestng trick your pal Carl Urquhart and
his buddies in the RCMP and Fat Fred City's Finest tried to pull on my
son and I last night EH?
To: "MLA" <>, "kelly. lamrock"
<>, "jack. keir" <>,
"jack.macdougall" <>, "Ed. Doherty"
<>, "" <>,
"" <>, "danfour"
<>, "Richard Harris"
<>, "tracy" <>, "nb.
premier" <>, "nbpolitico" <>,
"terry.seguin" <>
Cc: "Wayne.Lang" <>, "rob.lafrance"
<>, "shawn. graham" <>,
"John. Foran" <>, "john"
<>, "krisaustin"
<>, "robin reid" <>, "tony"
"Barry.MacKnight" <>, "Barry Winters"
Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2010, 6:25 PM

How dumb was that? I must ask did he expect the cops to arrest both of
us and then call us both crazy? Hell Urquhart even bragged in front of
the cops that he did the same shit on July 4th, 2008 That malicious
nonsense didn't work out too well for the long gone lawyer and former
Minister of Health Mikey Murphy partcularly after the nasty French
bastard Chucky Lebanc and hs pals violated my privacy and blogged
about N'esy Pas? I told the cops last nght to simply Google my name and
the dumb bastards laughed.

FYI type in Davd Amos to see that I wa not jokng with the smiling dumb
bastards last nght Google will offer Chucky Leblanc's bullshit about
mean old me at the top of the hit list DUHHH?

Davd Amos plus Google equals

Do tell does Carl Baby really think I won't sue his nasty arse
someday? Ya think the corrupt ex cop of Fat Fred City's Finest would
at least wait until he and his cohorts got sworn in to take over your
jobs EH?

--- On Mon, 9/13/10, David Amos <> wrote:

From: David Amos <>
Subject: How is your conscience and sense of ethical conduct doing now
Cc: "" <>,
"Dean.Buzza" <>
Date: Monday, September 13, 2010, 7:57 PM

Jane McAloon (Group Company Secretary) BEc (Hons), LLB, GDipGov, FCIS
Term of office: Jane McAloon was appointed Group Company Secretary in
July 2007 and joined the BHP Billiton Group in September 2006 as
Company Secretary for BHP Billiton Limited.
Skills and experience: Prior to joining BHP Billiton, Jane McAloon
held the position of Company Secretary and Group Manager External and
Regulatory Services in the Australian Gas Light Company. She
previously held various State and Commonwealth government positions,
including Director General of the NSW Ministry of Energy and Utilities
and Deputy Director General for the NSW Cabinet Office, as well as
working in private legal practice. She is a Fellow of the Institute of
Chartered Secretaries.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Collins, Susan J (COSEC)" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 09:23:12 +1000
Subject: Email to BHP Billiton Chairman's

Please find attached a letter from Mr Jac Nasser, Chairman of BHP

Susan Collins
Company Secretariat
BHP Billiton | 180 Lonsdale St | Melbourne Vic 3000 |Australia
T: +61 3 9609 2654 | M: +61 427 713 994 | F: +61 3 9609 3290
E: <>

<<Amos D 2010 09 14.pdf>>

-----Original Message-----
From: David Amos []
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2010 8:36 AM
To:;;;;; shawn. graham;;
rick.hancox; Bernard.LeBlanc; Liebenberg, Andre;; MooreR; danfour;;
Harris, Brendan; Dean.Buzza; Gilles. Blinn
Cc: wcoady;;;
WaterWarCrimes; Penny Bright; tony; Nasser, Jacques
Subject: Fwd: PotashCorp should mention my concerns about their lack
of ethical conduct and actions against me to your shareholers before
you people buy much stock in their stock eh?

With ANOTHER election in the near future I see no need to explain my
issues again about theexploitation of our natural resources to a
bunch of sneaky lawyers.(everyboy shoul checkout the pdf hereto
attache) especially our former Deputy Prime Minister Lanslide Annie
McLelllan an the RCMP thought they knew everything seven years ago and
did nothing let alone call me back just like you an your many
conservative cohorts NEVER did EH Brucy Baby Northrup? (902 800 0369
Notice my new contact number? You an the RCMP can forget Werner Bock's

Clearly there is no need for politicians to try to be confidential
with mean old me when the Globe and Mail loves spiling the beans
sometimes ou woul think those unethical journlists woul know that
simple truths spoken amongst common folk about corrupt politicians
have a good habit of coming to the surface sooner or later anyway EH?

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos

This message and any attached files may contain information that is
confidential and/or subject of legal privilege intended only for use
by the intended recipient. If you are not the intended recipient or
the person responsible for delivering the message to the intended
recipient, be advised that you have received this message in error and
that any dissemination, copying or use of this message or attachment
is strictly forbidden, as is the disclosure of the information
therein. If you have received this message in error please notify the
sender immediately and delete the message.'s_Chairman.pdf

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Yo Mr Harper What part of this email did the many Green
Meanies fail to understand last year?
To: "pm" <>, "davidc.coon" <>,, "campaign" <>,
"Nycole.Turmel" <>, "bob.rae"
<>, "briangallant10"
<>, ""
<>, "gregory.graham"
<>, "ross" <>,
"ross.mcmillan" <>,, "maritime_malaise" <>,,, "counsel"
<>, "newt" <>, "info"
Cc:, "" <>,
"premier.ministre" <>,
"OfficeofthePremier, Office PREM:EX" <>, "premier"
Date: Friday, January 27, 2012, 8:46 AM

You and lawyers such as Joey Oliver, Gary Lunn and Dizzy Lizzy May are
well aware of why I have "Issues" with the Greasy Gassy Oily Guys, the
National Energy Board and all the Green Meanies EH?

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 15:26:17 -0300
Subject: I just called

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Lisa Gue <>
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 15:37:02 -0400
Subject: RE: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me
back Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
To: David Amos <>
Cc: Jean-Patrick Toussaint <>, Sutton Eaves
<>, Ian Bruce <>

Mr. Amos,

When you called my cell phone earlier, as I was on my way into a
meeting, you offered to send me an e-mail outline the information you
are looking for from the David Suzuki Foundation. Is this it??

Lisa Gue

From: Sutton Eaves <>
Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: The greedy pople on the Fake Left
say nasty things about mean old me as well EH Stevey Boy Harper?
To: "David Amos" <>
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:55 PM

Thanks for your message. I am out of the office until Tuesday, April 19.

If this is a media request, please contact Ian Hanington at, or Leanne Clare at

Otherwise, I'll return your message when I return.

Have a great day!

From: David Amos <>
Subject: The greedy pople on the Fake Left say nasty things about mean
old me as well EH Stevey Boy Harper?
"pm" <>, "IgnatM" <>, "danfour"
<>, ""
<>, "charlieparkermla"
<>, "ducepg" <>,
"LaytoJ" <>,
Cc: "pm" <>,
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:54 PM

From: John Bennett <>
Subject: Re: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me
back Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
To: "Paula Boutis" <>,
"" <>, "Wayne
Gallant" <>, ""
<>, "Gretchen Fitzgerald" <>,
"maritime_malaise" <>
Cc: "" <>
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:26 PM

He is known to Gretchen as not quiet rational.

John Bennett Executive Director Sierra Club Canada 613 291 6888

-----Original Message-----
From: "Paula Boutis" <>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 10:18:46
To:<>; Wayne
Subject: RE: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me back
Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?

I am not responding to Dave Amos' emails, but I believe I have heard
he has some "issues". I have no sense of what his involvement is with
the organization or why he is threatening law suits (my receptionist
just intercepted a call and he told her he didn't want to leave a
message and to just tell her that he would "see me in court").

Does anyone have any idea what to do about this guy? Should we just
ignore him?


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 16:01:31 -0300
Subject: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me back
Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
pm <>, IgnatM <>
Cc: maritime_malaise <>,
"" <>, danfour
<>, ""
<>, charlieparkermla
<>, ducepg <>,
LaytoJ <>,

Jean-Patrick Toussaint
Spokesperson (english), St-Lawrence Coalition
(David Suzuki Foundation)

Did that lots of people have an opinion of bugets not just David
Suzuki and the greasy gassy oily guys such as Emera, Corridor
Resources and irving Oil

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 16:04:12 -0300
Subject: FYI here is a litte Deju Vu from Saint John Harbour for Dr Ed
to review EH Shawny Baby?
To: john <>,
"" <>, "Ed. Doherty"
<>,, Aaron Kennedy
<>,,,,,,,,, "Charles
L. Debly" <>,,,,,, "Dorothy C. Dawson" <>,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Cc: "kelly. lamrock" <>, "shawn. graham"
<>, "" <>,
danfour <>, robin reid <>,
"tomp. young" <>, tony

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 12:59:59 -0300
Subject: I called you all and tried to explain how I can help with
your concerns I repeat just say my name
To:,, tracy
Cc: nmiller <>, ""

If nothing else listen to this and get pissed off lIke mean old me. At
least that emotion is honest.

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos

For Immediate Release - October 4, 2010
PICTOU, NS – Today's decision by the Canada Newfoundland and Labrador
Offshore Petroleum Board (CNLOPB) to allow seismic blasting in the
Gulf of St. Lawrence was met with shock and concern by a coalition
calling for a moratorium on oil and gas development in the Gulf of St.
Lawrence. The coalition - made of aboriginal, fishing, and
environmental organizations - is calling on municipal, provincial,
federal, and aboriginal leaders to act swiftly to halt the testing.

"With this decision, the CNLOPB has approved an activity that could
damage this entire precious ecosystem," according to Mary Gorman of
the Save Our Seas and Shores, "We want this decision reversed
immediately, and action taken to allow jurisdictions bordering on the
Gulf to have a say in its future."

"Seismic testing could start in the next 48 hours, potentially
damaging marine mammals like blue whales, and disrupting fish and
fisheries. This approval has given oil and gas as a toehold in the
Gulf that could lead to full scale drilling," according to Danielle
Giroux of the. "Fishermen I work for need more say over protecting the
Gulf. We want the CNLOPB's decision reversed immediately."

"An oil spill in the Gulf of St. Lawrence would impact fish stocks and
coastal communities in Quebec, PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and
Newfoundland. Moreover, the national importance of this ecosystem must
be upheld." says Gretchen Fitzgerald, of the Sierra Club Canada. "
Federal laws to protect endangered species and fish habitat recognize
the importance of protecting our shared biodiversity and resources.
This decision is not reflecting this shared responsibility or concerns
expressed by groups around the Gulf."


For more information, please contact:

Mary Gorman, Save our Seas and Shores, 902-926-2128/

Danielle Giroux (Francais), Attention Fragile (Magdalen Islands)

Gretchen Fitzgerald, Director, Sierra Club Atlantic, 902-444-3113/

Mark Butler, Policy Director, Ecology Action Centre,

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Say Hoka Hey to the very sneaky lawyer Dizzy Lizzy May for me will
To:, "Wayne.Gallant"
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:28 PM

Bennett was assisting Cape Bretoners opposing a coal-fired power plant
at Point Aconi in Nova Scotia when he first caught the attention
Elizabeth May, then Sierra Club Canada's executive-director. May liked
his approach – among other things, he'd brought his wife and two
daughters to a potluck supper meeting and assured the group he was
there to hear from them, not issue orders. Several years – and, after
an interview on a train ride from Toronto to Ottawa -- later, she
hired him as the Club's director of atmosphere and energy.

He managed environmental education campaigns; was the Club's main
spokesperson on air, energy, automotive and climate change issues;
prepared fundraising proposals; and wrote position papers and research

During this period, Bennett also headed the Climate Action Network, an
association of up to 100 environmental, health, labour and faith
organizations from 10 provinces and two territories. There, he was
also the chief spokesperson, wrote releases and papers, and acted as
liaison with government officials, ministers, MPs, their staffs and
industry leaders. He did similar work with a successor organization,

It was then that he was involved in preparing reporters for the
federal Conservative government's climate plan. "I figured we had to
talk to the media. We had to meet the government head-on, and say what
they were doing was going backward. We were very effective."

The work "succeeded to the extent that when Stéphane Dion became
Liberal leader, the party thought the climate and environment were
where they should campaign. They were right; they just did it very

A spirit of collaboration

Most recently, Bennett was communications director for the Green Party
of Canada, including the 2008 campaign in which the Greens, led by
May, won nearly a million votes and was the only party to increase its

"It's a well-rounded background, ranging from activist events to
negotiating in the halls of power," Bennett says. "My knowledge covers
the spectrum of issues across the country."

Bennett's experience has demonstrated the importance of collaborating
with other groups and including as many people as possible, and their
ideas, in whatever work must be done. That was especially obvious in
the creation of the Green Budget Coalition, which analyzed federal
budgets in terms of their impact on environmental concerns.

----- Original Message -----
From: David Amos
To: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
; ; ; ; ; ;
Cc: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 3:15 PM
Subject: RE;Budget votes and more War its the same old same old If you
forgot scroll down

I just talked to Paul Dewar's office for the last time.and spoke to Jamesey
Baby once again. He to me to go for it and sue the Crown I told him I willl
also sue him and his chickenshit boss too or my name ain't "Just Dave".
reveiw his Bullshit and start lining up lawyers.

"Katter, Robert (MP)" <> wrote:

Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: Portions of wiretap tapes to impeach
George W. Bush and put a stop Harper's motion tommorrow
Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 02:18:35 +1000
From: "Katter, Robert \(MP\)" <>
To: "David Amos"

Thank you for your e-mail which will be forwarded to the appropriate staff
member to deal with as soon as possible.
The Kennedy electorate is a large electorate (about 2.5 times the size of
the entire State of Victoria) with almost 150,000 residents, over 120
schools and over 140 localities all with various service and sporting clubs.
For this reason we receive quite a large volume of faxes, letters, e-mails
and phone calls each day and while our staff aim for a 7-day turnaround in
correspondence - unfortunately this is not always possible. However, if you
have not heard back from anyone at the office within 7-14 days, please
telephone the office on the numbers listed below.
If the matter is urgent please phone 1800 810 519, or if you are not in the
electorate, 07 4061 6066.
To save disappointment we should advise that correspondence from outside the
electorate is not given the priority that correspondence within the
electorate is given.
That said, many thanks for your message, and we will endeavour to get back
to you as soon as possible.
Hon Bob Katter MP
Member for Kennedy
Innisfail Office: Cnr Edith & Owen Sts PO Box 1638 Innisfail FNQ 4860 Ph 07
4061 6066 Fx 07 4061 6566
Mt Isa Office: 52 Miles St Mt Isa NWQ 4825 PO Box 2130 Mt Isa NWQ 4825 Ph
07 4743 3534 Fx 07 4743 0189
Parliament House (Sitting weeks only) Ph 02 6277 4978 Fx 02 6277 8558
Toll Free Number: 1800 810 519

"Roy, Bruno (Patterson Palmer NB)" <> wrote:

Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: Stevey Boy Harper and Malicious Mikey
Ignatieff ain't fishing on Brokeback Mountian EH? Here is why
Date: Sun, 21 May 2006 10:52:58 -0300
From: "Roy, Bruno \(Patterson Palmer NB\)" <>
To: "David Amos"

I will be out of the office until May 23rd. Should you need any assistance,
please call my assistant Doris at 856-9800.

Je serai hors du bureau jusqu'au 23 mai. Si vous avez des questions, vous
pouvez rejoindre mon adjointe Doris au 856-9800.

"Dewar, Paul - M.P." <> wrote:
Subject: RE: Portions of wiretap tapes to impeach George W. Bush and put a
stop Harper's motion tommorrow
Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 13:49:47 -0400
From: "Dewar, Paul - M.P." <>
To: "David Amos" <>

Hi David. My name is James and I have been asked to send this message onto
you from Paul…

Dear Mr. Amos,

Thank you for informing me of your concerns regarding Canada's role in
Afghanistan after February 2007.

The NDP voted against this motion because we believe it is the wrong
mission for Canada. It does not reflect the peace-making values that
Canadians want to see our forces undertake on the world stage. This forced
motion essentially ties our aid and development funds to war-making, and we
cannot support that.

It is quite clear that Harper's Conservatives aren't interested in due
diligence. They're interested in dragging us further into a US-style combat
role and away from our traditional peace keeping role. Much like the
Liberals before them, the Conservatives have failed to tell Canadians:

- What the chain of command and control will be for this mission.
- What the definition of success will be for our troops.
- What our exit strategy will be.

Many Canadians have written me wanting answers and it is our duty as
representatives of our constituents, to get answers before committing to any
new missions overseas. As any soldier knows, time spent on reconnaissance is
never wasted.

New Democrats recognize that Canada does have a role in assisting Afghanis
in rebuilding their country. Afghanistan is the largest recipient of
Canadian overseas development aid and we fully support the continuation of
that funding - outside of this mission.

Thank you again for the time and effort you have taken to share your
thoughts with me, and for bringing your opinion on this matter to my


Paul Dewar, MP Ottawa Centre

From: David Amos []
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Subject: Portions of wiretap tapes to impeach George W. Bush and put a
stop Harper's motion tommorrow

Before all the Parliamentarians argue and then vote to support
further Canadian deaths in one of George W. Bush's Wars for Global Control
for the benefit of his corporate cohorts perhaps, you should at least listen
to the attachments if you do not wish to bother to read what Billy Casey and
the Bankers got on May 12th. If I can assist in preventing the demise of
just one more Canadian warrior in a malicious foreign war, all of my work
will have been worth it EH?
If everyone ignores me as usual, I will not be surprised. At
least I will sleep well with my conscience tonight because I know I have
done my very best to stop the nonsense since early 2002 long before the War
in Iraq began. None of you deserve to sleep well at all because you all
supported Harper's orders to send our people to war even before the 39th
Parliament sat this year. As far as I am concerned the blood of four very
honourable soldiers can be found on your hands. Shame on all of you for not
even bothering to honour our dead by lowering the flag on the Peacetower. As
long as I have been aware and could consider myself a Proad Canadian, I
thought we were peacekeepers rather than poorly paid hired guns for crooked
corporations, corrupt politicians and their wicked Yankee bible pounding
Veritas Vincit
Raymond Amos

FEDERAL EXPRESS February 7, 2006

Senator Arlen Specter
United States Senate
Committee on the Judiciary
224 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Mr. Specter:

I have been asked to forward the enclosed tapes to you from a man named,
David Amos, a Canadian citizen, in connection with the matters raised in the
attached letter. Mr. Amos has represented to me that these are illegal FBI
wire tap tapes. I believe Mr. Amos has been in contact with you about this

Very truly yours,
Barry A. Bachrach
Direct telephone: (508) 926-3403
Direct facsimile: (508) 929-3003

Date: Thu, 11 May 2006 00:00:53 -0700 (PDT)
From: "David Amos" <>
Subject: Jumping Jimmy Flaherty's jump boots versus Crosbie's old
mukluks in a liberal Senate

Deja Vu Anyone? Anyone?
That's what John Crosbie wore in 1979, the last time a budget brought down
a Canadian government in a minority-Parliament situation. It proved to be a
bad omen, given that the Conservative government of the day foundered on
Crosbie's document.
The mukluks proved to be

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