Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Fwd: Yo Alward your number one fanboy Mr Baconfat has turned on you but he is still a big fan of Lorrie Goldstien and Ezzy Levant N'esy Pas

http://www.torontosun.com/2013/10/23/in-politics-some-things-are-hard-to-believe

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2013 23:08:00 -0300
Subject: Yo Alward your number one fanboy Mr Baconfat has turned on
you but he is still a big fan of Lorrie Goldstien and Ezzy Levant
N'esy Pas
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"david.allgood" <david.allgood@rbc.com>, "iwhitehall@plaideurs.ca"
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<gplant@heenan.ca>, ddingwall@agmlawyers.com, "jchretien@heenan.ca"
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http://baconfat53.blogspot.ca/2013/10/maritime-kanada-economic-asshole-of.html

http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/10/harper-claimed-in-question-period-today.html

http://www.scribd.com/doc/2619608/upper-canadians

On 10/29/13, David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hoka Hey Mr Alward
>
> After question period was over to day I heard the Speaker say the
> local Minister of Indian Affairs (for one more year) was in the
> gallery watchiing the circus.
>
> Anyway do you or the RCMP or the lawyer Mulcair or Trudeau the Younger or
> Sun TV or or your blogging butt buddy Chucky Leblanc or anyone else
> remember
> my email to Duffy, Harper and their cohorts last night? I posted it
> in a blog as soon as I sent it Correct? If so what was with all the
> dumb questions to Harper today?
>
> You know as well as I that I made certain since 2002 that all the
> smiling bastards have
> known the awful truth of my concerns about the severe lack of
> integrity of lawyers,
> cops, bureaucrats, the media and parliementarians etc. I have recieved too
> many
> answeres for you bastards to deny the obvious. Anyway the attachments I
> sent
> with the email below were wickedly wonderful for a crook such as Duffy
> to get EH?
>
> At least the evil old French lawyer's computer was honest N'esy Pas Mr
> Alward?
>
> http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/10/fwd-mikey-duffy-and-lawyers-petey.html
>
> After that check this out.
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
> To: <mbastarache@heenan.ca>; <Harper.S@parl.gc.ca>
> Cc: "Duceppe. G" <Duceppe.G@parl.gc.ca>; "layton. j" <Layton.J@parl.gc.ca>;
> "MichaelB. Murphy" <MichaelB.Murphy@gnb.ca>; <moore.r@parl.gc.ca>
> Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 1:00 PM
> Subject: It was a pleasure talking to you Mr Bastarache see you all in
> court.
>
>
> I wonder if Harper amd Mac Harb's lawyer Bastarache remember that wicked
> email from early 2009 and recall the sound files that were attached
> to it. Trust that
> Duffy got them too a long time ago just like Layton, Murphy, Ducceppe
> and YOU did EH Rob Moore?.
>
> (Trust that I will be forwarding this email to many others in a heartbeat)
>
> FYI below is the last email I ever sent Mac Harb and Harper before
> Harb supposedly paid what he owed and snuck out the back door of
> parliament to collect a big pension just like the very crooked liberal
> lawyer Davey Dingwall did (Did ya see the sneaky bastard talking to
> the equally sneaky David Akin on Sun TV on election night in Nova
> Scotia?) Does anyone rember when and why I pounced on his lawyer Ivan
> Whitehall when he was a partner at Heenan Blaikie in 2005? (Heres you
> clue check the Gomery Inquiry) Liberals love being entitled to their
> entitlements and they make sure they get them when they hire the well
> connected lawyers hanging their hats at your law firm EH Mr Chretien?
>
> On Jun 12, 2013 CBC posted the following words.
> "Harb resigned from the Liberal caucus in the wake of the May 13 Senate
> report,
> saying he would fight the findings in court. He is now sitting as an
> Independent and has retained Michel Bastarache, a retired Supreme
> Court justice, as his lawyer."
>
> I have no doubt whatsoever that Harb quit bullshitting about his
> willingness to litigate
> and quit while he was ahead on the advice of the evil bastard
> Bastarache because I
> have been keeping Bastarche and his partners in Heenan Blaikie
> constantly updated
> as to what I was up to since early 2004. Furthermore not long after I
> sent the email
> below I called Mc Harb's office again and asked to speak to him
> personally. The lady
> who answered his phone said he was not there as usual. So I asked her
> if she was the
> one recieving my emails. She said yes. I asked her if Harb and his
> lawyer were aware
> of them. She said she printed every one of them and put the Hard Copy
> on Harb's desk
> to review. She had no idea if Bastarche knew anything. I thanked her
> for her honesty
> and told her to tell Harb to call me before I talked to his lawyer
> again. I did not bother
> calling Bastarche once I heard Harb quit. However clearly I keep the
> evil old bastard
> informed particularly when I am talking about him.
>
> I suspect that the crook Harb wanted the taxpayer dimes to pay for
> Hard Copy of all my
> emails and whatever else he wished to take with him when he left his
> office on the hill in
> far away Upper Canada. I bet mean Mikey Duffy has done the same thing N'esy
> Pas?
> .
> Veritas Vincit
> David Raymond Amos
> 902 800 0369
>
>
> P.S After Question period was over I heard Ted Hsu yap as the 68th speaker
> and the next to the last to comment before a vote on Harper's latest
> omnibus budget
> bill. This was all said to a deaf ear to a sneaky NDP deputy speaker. When
> the
> Green Meany Dizzy Lizzy May chimed in with her two bits about the
> worried crooked bureaucrats within the NRC. I shook my head and
> laughed at the true nonsense of it all. Well they can all cry me a
> river. I know for a fact that the May and Hsu do not mean a single
> word they say. Furthermore the bloggers and Internet research dudes
> within the NRC based on the UNB campus Fat Fred City should be laid
> off and the office shut down in its entirety ASAP. They are all just
> over paid bureaucratic spin doctors for Harper or whomever wins the
> next federal
> mandate.
>
> ENJOY YOUR REVIEW OF SOME OF MY EMAILS
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Amos" <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> To: "mikeduffy" <mikeduffy@sen.parl.gc.ca>; "greg.horton"
> <greg.horton@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; "Biage.Carrese"
> <Biage.Carrese@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; "brazep" <brazep@sen.parl.gc.ca>; "harbm"
> <harbm@sen.parl.gc.ca>; "pm" <pm@pm.gc.ca>; "justin.trudeau.a1"
> <justin.trudeau.a1@parl.gc.ca>; "justmin" <justmin@gov.ns.ca>; "leader"
> <leader@greenparty.ca>; "MulcaT" <MulcaT@parl.gc.ca>; <boston@ic.fbi.gov>;
> <washington.field@ic.fbi.gov>; "bob.paulson" <bob.paulson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>;
> "Kevin.leahy" <Kevin.leahy@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; <Brian.Kelly@usdoj.gov>;
> <us.marshals@usdoj.gov>; <Fred.Wyshak@usdoj.gov>; "jcarney"
> <jcarney@carneybassil.com>; <bbachrach@bachrachlaw.net>
> Cc: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>; "Dale.McGowan"
> <Dale.McGowan@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; "bernadine.chapman"
> <bernadine.chapman@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; "Leanne.Fitch"
> <Leanne.Fitch@fredericton.ca>
> Sent: Thursday, August 08, 2013 7:21 PM
> Subject: While your mindless boss Biage Carrese is away perhaps YOU should
> finally respond to me EH Cpl Greg Horton?
>
>
> http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/08/what-joke-mindless-lawyer-mulcair-is-eh.html
>
> http://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2013/07/08/Corporal-Horton-Mike-Duffy/
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Biage Carrese <Biage.Carrese@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>
> Date: Thu, 08 Aug 2013 18:00:31 -0400
> Subject: Re: What a joke the mindless lawyer Mulcair is EH Mikey Duffy
> and Cpl Greg Horton? (OUT OF OFFICE/ABSENT )
> To: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>
> I will be away from the office August 8th to and including August
> 23rd. Plse contact Insp. Costa Dimopoulos if you require assistance
> (613-993-6912).
>
> Je serai absent et à l'extérieur du pays du 8 au 23 aout. Si vous
> avez besoin d'assistance, SVP communiquez avec l'insp. Costa
> Dimopoulos. (613-993-6912).
>
> http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/10/fwd-mikey-duffy-and-lawyers-petey.html
>
> From: "Bastarache, Michel (Heenan Blaikie)" <MBastarache@heenan.ca>
> Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2013 23:21:32 +0000
> Subject: Réponse automatique : Mikey Duffy and the lawyers Petey
> MacKay and Arty Hamilton should remember the file called "Upper
> Canadians" quite well EH Mr Harper
> To: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>
> Je serai absent jusqu`au 1er novembre 2013. Vous pouvez communiquez
> avec mon adjointe Louise Belleau au 613-236-1668.
>
> I will be away from the office until November 1st, 2013. If you
> require assistance, please contact my assistant Louise Belleau at
> 613-236-1668
>
> Merci / Thank you
> M Bastarache
>
>
> [cid:image2e6d67.JPG@bdab12e8.419ff6b5]
>
>
> Michel Bastarache
> Avocat-Conseil / Counsel
> Litige
> HEENAN BLAIKIE SRL / LLP
> T 613 236.3488
> F 866 441.2699 mbastarache@heenan.ca
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>
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> nous en aviser immédiatement. Merci.
>
> This e-mail may contain confidential or privileged information. If you
> are not the intended recipient, please notify us immediately. Thank
> you.
>
>
>
> ---------- Original message ----------
> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2013 20:21:11 -0300
> Subject: Mikey Duffy and the lawyers Petey MacKay and Arty Hamilton
> should remember the file called "Upper Canadians" quite well EH Mr
> Harper
> To: MulcaT <MulcaT@parl.gc.ca>, bryn.weese@sunmedia.ca,
> "justin.trudeau.a1" <justin.trudeau.a1@parl.gc.ca>, "Kory.Teneycke"
> <Kory.Teneycke@sunmedia.ca>, byline <byline@sunmedia.ca>, ahamilton
> <ahamilton@casselsbrock.com>, mikeduffy <mikeduffy@sen.parl.gc.ca>,
> Mackap <Mackap@parl.gc.ca>, pm <pm@pm.gc.ca>, info@pco-bcp.gc.ca,
> info@gg.ca
> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, acampbell
> <acampbell@ctv.ca>, "steve.murphy" <steve.murphy@ctv.ca>, wallinp
> <wallinp@sen.parl.gc.ca>, mbastarache <mbastarache@heenan.ca>,
> "steve.graham" <steve.graham@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "greg.horton"
> <greg.horton@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>
>
> http://www.cbc.ca/m/touch/politics/story/1.2254419
>
> http://www.scribd.com/doc/2619608/Upper-Canadians
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
> To: <bryn.weese@sunmedia.ca>; <masrour_zoghi@yahoo.ca>;
> <tracyjmorey@yahoo.ca>; <a.crossman@eastlink.ca>; <kenlow@shaw.ca>;
> <sarrapacific@telus.net>; <team@lillianszpak.ca>;
> <fillmore0274@rogers.com>;
> <mike@citycaucus.com>; <daniel@citycaucus.com>; <contact@kathleenohara.ca>;
> <mdobbin@telus.net>
> Cc: "pm" <pm@pm.gc.ca>; <info@pco-bcp.gc.ca>; <info@gg.ca>;
> "maritime_malaise" <maritime_malaise@yahoo.ca>
> Sent: Saturday, April 02, 2011 12:48 AM
> Subject: RE: Catch 22 Here are some documents that can embarass the hell
> out
> of Harper etc
>
> Anyone can down load these documents
>
> http://www.scribd.com/doc/2526023/DAMOSIntegrity-yea-right
>
>
> Trust that I have LOTS more.
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2013 23:28:28 -0300
> Subject: Yo Ellen Qualls clearly your boss Terry McAuliffe forgot who
> I was and his foes to the right Ken Cuccinelli and Robert Sarvis
> didn't give a damn EH?
> To: jvlab@robertsarvis.com, info@robertsarvis.com,
> info@terrymcauliffe.com, Lauren@cuccinelli.com, "greg.weston"
> <greg.weston@cbc.ca>, "Davidc.Coon" <Davidc.Coon@gmail.com>, leader
> <leader@greenparty.ca>, pm <pm@pm.gc.ca>, MulcaT <MulcaT@parl.gc.ca>,
> "justin.trudeau.a1" <justin.trudeau.a1@parl.gc.ca>, acampbell
> <acampbell@ctv.ca>
> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, "joshua.skurnik"
> <joshua.skurnik@sunmedia.ca>, "ezra.levant@sunmedia.ca"
> <ezra.levant@sunmedia.ca>
>
> Wright's $90K offer to Mike Duffy had conditions, RCMP say
> Duffy told not to talk to media in exchange for money
> By Meagan Fitzpatrick, CBC News
> Posted: Jul 5, 2013 12:21 PM ET
> Related Stories
> Who's who in the Senate expense controversy
> Duffy expense saga still riles CBCNews.ca readers
> Senator Mac Harb repays $51K in expenses
> Brazeau's Senate salary to be docked 20% to repay expenses
> Senator Brazeau unlikely to repay expenses by deadline
> Nigel Wright's $90,000 payment to cover Senator Mike Duffy's expenses was
> offered only with certain conditions, according to court documents that
> also
> show several people in the Prime Minister's Office knew about the offer.
>
> New details about the payment and the circumstances around it are contained
> in an application to the court by the RCMP seeking documents from the
> Senate
> and other material for its investigation of Duffy's expense claims.
>
> RCMP investigator Cpl. Greg Horton wrote he has reasonable grounds to
> believe Duffy committed breach of trust and fraud on the government because
> of inappropriate expense claims and because he accepted the money from
> Wright.
>
> a.. Who's who in the Senate expense controversy
> Wright was Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff who resigned over
> the matter once it was reported in the media in May.
>
> The RCMP met with Wright's two lawyers on June 19, and they revealed that
> while there was no written contract between Wright and Duffy, Wright asked
> for two conditions to be met in return for the $90,000: that Duffy stop
> talking to the media and that he reimburse the government immediately with
> the money.
>
> The lawyers, Patrick McCann and Peter Mantas, said Wright was not directed
> by anyone to make the offer, that he believed it was the ethical thing to
> do
> so that taxpayers weren't on the hook, and that he and Duffy were not
> friends.
>
> But the decision came only after the Conservative Party of Canada
> considered
> paying the bill for Duffy's inappropriately claimed expenses when it was
> thought he owed $32,000. The party has a fund controlled by Duffy's
> colleague in the upper chamber, Senator Irving Gerstein.
>
> When the amount owed jumped to $90,000, the party decided it was too much
> to
> cover. Duffy was concerned he didn't have the money to cover the
> reimbursement, the lawyers told the RCMP, and he was also worried that if
> he
> didn't claim a primary residence in Prince Edward Island, his eligibility
> for a Senate seat would be at risk.
>
> Some PMO staff knew
> Senators Patrick Brazeau and Mac Harb have been asked to pay taxpayers back
> for housing and travel allowance claims. Harb paid $51,000 back on Friday.
>
> a.. Read about Harb's repayment
> Wright didn't offer to cover their expenses, the lawyers said. He got a
> bank
> draft from CIBC on March 25 that went to Duffy's lawyer, then Duffy wrote a
> personal cheque to pay the government.
>
> Harper says he didn't know about Wright giving the money to Duffy until it
> was revealed in the media and in question period on May 28. The prime
> minister said Wright made the decision on his own and kept the matter to
> himself until May 15.
>
> But the court documents say Wright let the RCMP know on June 21 that he
> told
> Gerstein and three people in Harper's office that he was going to write
> Duffy a cheque: David van Hemmen, Chris Woodcock, and Benjamin Perrin.
>
> Perrin worked in the Prime Minister's Office as Harper's legal adviser and
> some media reports have said he was involved in arranging the Duffy deal, a
> claim he denies. Perrin issued a statement on May 21 saying he "was not
> consulted on, and did not participate in" Wright's decision and that he
> never talked to Harper about the matter. He recently left his job in the
> PMO
> and is employed by the University of British Columbia.
>
> Conditions attached
> Van Hemmen worked as Wright's assistant and Woodcock is director of issues
> management in the PMO.
>
> The RCMP investigator says in the court document that he believes the
> conditions attached to the payment offer back up the idea that there was an
> agreement between Wright and Duffy involving the $90,000 and the Senate
> report that ended up not being critical of the Prince Edward Island
> senator.
>
> It has been reported in the media that Duffy agreed to say publicly he made
> a mistake and was paying the money back in exchange for Wright actually
> paying the money and a Senate report that would go easy on him.
>
> This would amount to fraud on Duffy's part, according to the RCMP, and his
> per diems and his housing allowance that he should not have claimed would
> be
> breach of trust.
>
> The documents lay out details of how the Senate report on Duffy's expenses
> was amended by Conservative senators David Tkachuk and Carolyn
> Stewart-Olsen. Stewart-Olsen was interviewed by the RCMP and said the
> report
> removed the critical portions about Duffy because he had paid the money
> back, she didn't know Wright actually paid the money, and that no one told
> her and Tkachuk to change the report from its draft versions.
>
> Duffy was reached by CBC News on Friday and said he had no comment.
> Wright's
> lawyer said he is co-operating with the RCMP and has no further comment.
>
> Harper's spokesman, Andrew MacDougall, was asked by CBC News to respond to
> a
> long list of questions Friday including what role, if any, van Hemmen,
> Woodcock, Perrin played and whether Harper knew his party was willing to
> pay
> for Duffy.
>
> "This file was handled by Nigel Wright and he has taken sole responsibility
> for his decision to provide his personal funds to Duffy," MacDougall
> responded, adding that the court document states Harper was not aware of
> the
> offer and found out about it on May 15.
>
> CBC News also asked Conservative party president John Walsh a series of
> questions. Party spokesman Fred DeLorey responded instead by saying only
> that the Conservative Fund did not pay for Duffy's expenses.
>
> NDP MP Alexandre Boulerice said the details revealed by the court document
> are "troubling." He said in an interview that Harper's version of events
> "is
> just not true."
>
> "It's not a personal issue between Mr. Wright and Mr. Duffy because there
> was a first attempt to cover up this scandal by the Conservative Party," he
> said.
>
> Boulerice said he wants to know if Harper knew the party was going to pay
> for Duffy and whether he asked his staff who was involved once the news
> about Wright's payment broke.
>
> "There's a lot of questions to answer now and Mr. Harper should do the
> right
> thing and tell the truth," he said.
>
> Heritage Minister James Moore said Friday that anyone who abuses the system
> should be held accountable and should "leave public office with their head
> hung in shame."
>
> "I think when you see people like Senator Duffy or others taking taxpayers'
> money, using it in an arrogant, irresponsible and perhaps illegal way, I
> think taxpayers are rightfully upset, rightfully mad and they should be,"
> he
> told reporters at an event.
>
> Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said it's curious that the Conservative party
> would be willing to pay for Duffy to "make his problems go away" and that
> Harper has not been transparent with Canadians.
>
> "It's been a real disappointment and it's frustrating, quite frankly, to
> have to be learning about what happened in the Prime Minister's Office
> through a very serious police investigation, and this Prime Minister has
> completely lost any credibility with the Canadian people because of his
> mishandling of this scandal," Trudeau told reporters.
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Amos" <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> To: <main@bsbcriminallaw.com>; "greg.horton" <greg.horton@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>;
> <ezra.levant@sunmedia.ca>; <KAwan@mlt.com>; <BShiller@rubyshiller.com>;
> <Ruby@rubyshiller.com>; <cashby@bellnet.ca>; "mayor_ford"
> <mayor_ford@toronto.ca>; "themayor" <themayor@calgary.ca>; "radical"
> <radical@radicalpress.com>; "hjk" <hjk@quesnelbc.com>; "Kory.Teneycke"
> <Kory.Teneycke@sunmedia.ca>; "michael.coren" <michael.coren@sunmedia.ca>;
> "bob.paulson" <bob.paulson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; "bob.rae"
> <bob.rae@rogers.blackberry.net>; "Bob.Kerr" <Bob.Kerr@cbc.ca>; "acampbell"
> <acampbell@ctv.ca>; "Newsroom" <Newsroom@globeandmail.com>; "newsroom"
> <newsroom@terracestandard.com>; "merv" <merv@northwebpress.com>; "cullen1"
> <cullen1@parl.gc.ca>; "john.warr" <john.warr@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; "mikeduffy"
> <mikeduffy@sen.parl.gc.ca>; "wallinp" <wallinp@sen.parl.gc.ca>;
> <tosullivan@counsel-toronto.com>; "msegal" <msegal@murraysegal.com>;
> "PREMIER" <PREMIER@gov.ns.ca>; "Mackap" <Mackap@parl.gc.ca>; "mbastarache"
> <mbastarache@heenan.ca>
> Cc: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 4:17 AM
> Subject: A possilble Ollie North of the North? Good Evening Mr Bayne and
> Cpl
> Horton how are your consiences doing? I don't think Mean Mikey Duffy or
> Nigel Wright wish to Harper' fall guy do you?
>
>
> Perhaps Cpl Horton and Duffy should remind Mr Bayne how many emails I
> sent them AND HARPER and many others as well EH?
>
> What you see below was just the latest to Duffy. As you well I
> published it EH Pam?
>
> http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/10/re-sun-tv-and-standwithezra-zionist.html
>
> http://www.cbc.ca/m/touch/politics/story/1.2128886
>
> http://www.bsbcriminallaw.com/Lawyers/Donald-Bayne.shtml
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Amos" <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> To: <stephen.toope@ubc.ca>; <perrin@law.ubc.ca>; "kevin.violot"
> <kevin.violot@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; "janice.murray" <janice.murray@parl.gc.ca>
> Cc: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
> Sent: Friday, August 09, 2013 4:27 PM
> Subject: Fwd: While your mindless boss Biage Carrese is away perhaps YOU
> should finally respond to me EH Cpl Greg Horton?
>
>
> http://www.law.ubc.ca/faculty/Perrin/
>
> http://www.publicaffairs.ubc.ca/2013/04/03/stephen-toope-to-leave-ubc-presidency-in-june-2014/
>
> http://www.planning.ubc.ca/vancouver_home/news_and_events/enewsletter/june_2012/articles644.php
>
> Benjamin Perrin
> Associate Professor
> Tel: 604.822.1208
> Fax: 604.822.8108
> E-mail: perrin@law.ubc.ca
> Office Location: Allard Hall, 363
>
> Benjamin Perrin is an Associate Professor at the University of British
> Columbia, Faculty of Law and a senior fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier
> Institute for Public Policy. He recently returned from a leave of
> absence in Ottawa where he served as special advisor and legal counsel
> to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and was lead policy advisor on all
> matters related to the Department of Justice, Public Safety Canada
> (including the RCMP, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Security
> Intelligence Service, Correctional Service of Canada, and Parole Board
> of Canada), and Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2013 16:08:35 -0300
> Subject: Fwd: While your mindless boss Biage Carrese is away perhaps
> YOU should finally respond to me EH Cpl Greg Horton?
> To: Costa.Dimopoulos@rcmp-grc.gc.ca, "rod.knecht"
> <rod.knecht@edmontonpolice.ca>, pmccann@mccannandlyttle.com,
> pmantas@fasken.com, "marc.garneau.a1" <marc.garneau.a1@parl.gc.ca>,
> "greg.horton" <greg.horton@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, Jessica Hume
> <jessica.hume@sunmedia.ca>
> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, "steven.blaney"
> <steven.blaney@parl.gc.ca>
>
> http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Politics/2013/07/24/20997931.html
>
> http://mccannandlyttle.com/contact/
>
> Patrick F.D. McCann
> phone: 613.236.1410
> pmccann@mccannandlyttle.com
>
>
> http://www.fasken.com/peter-mantas/
> Peter N. Mantas
> +1 613 696 6886
> +1 613 230 6423 (fax)
> pmantas@fasken.com
>
> http://www.sprucegroveexaminer.com/2011/02/03/tragedy-has-led-to-improved-procedures
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2013 19:21:11 -0300
> Subject: While your mindless boss Biage Carrese is away perhaps YOU
> should finally respond to me EH Cpl Greg Horton?
> To: mikeduffy <mikeduffy@sen.parl.gc.ca>, "greg.horton"
> <greg.horton@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Biage.Carrese"
> <Biage.Carrese@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, brazep <brazep@sen.parl.gc.ca>, harbm
> <harbm@sen.parl.gc.ca>, pm <pm@pm.gc.ca>, "justin.trudeau.a1"
> <justin.trudeau.a1@parl.gc.ca>, justmin <justmin@gov.ns.ca>, leader
> <leader@greenparty.ca>, MulcaT <MulcaT@parl.gc.ca>, boston@ic.fbi.gov,
> washington.field@ic.fbi.gov, "bob.paulson"
> <bob.paulson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Kevin.leahy"
> <Kevin.leahy@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, Brian.Kelly@usdoj.gov,
> us.marshals@usdoj.gov, Fred.Wyshak@usdoj.gov, jcarney
> <jcarney@carneybassil.com>, bbachrach@bachrachlaw.net
> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, "Dale.McGowan"
> <Dale.McGowan@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "bernadine.chapman"
> <bernadine.chapman@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Leanne.Fitch"
> <Leanne.Fitch@fredericton.ca>
>
> http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/08/what-joke-mindless-lawyer-mulcair-is-eh.html
>
> http://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2013/07/08/Corporal-Horton-Mike-Duffy/
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Biage Carrese <Biage.Carrese@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>
> Date: Thu, 08 Aug 2013 18:00:31 -0400
> Subject: Re: What a joke the mindless lawyer Mulcair is EH Mikey Duffy
> and Cpl Greg Horton? (OUT OF OFFICE/ABSENT )
> To: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>
> I will be away from the office August 8th to and including August
> 23rd. Plse contact Insp. Costa Dimopoulos if you require assistance
> (613-993-6912).
>
> Je serai absent et à l'extérieur du pays du 8 au 23 aout. Si vous
> avez besoin d'assistance, SVP communiquez avec l'insp. Costa
> Dimopoulos. (613-993-6912).
>
> On 8/8/13, David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com> wrote:
>> http://www.theguardian.pe.ca/News/Local/2013-08-08/article-3342991/Tom-Mulcair-brings-Senate-abolition-campaign-to-Prince-Edward-Island/1
>>
>> http://rolluptheredcarpet.ca/
>>
>
>
> FYI The letter to Petey MacKay and his party's lawyer Arty Hamilton and
> others was
>
> posted here a long long time ago.
>
> http://davidamos.blogspot.com/2005/03/me-and-bush.html
>
> I also reminded Duffy Harper, Mulcair, Trudeau, May, the RCMP, Indians,
> Ezzy
> Levant
> and many other people of it and prodived the text of it once again on July
> 15th of this year
> Correct John Wiliamson?
>
> http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/07/too-too-funny-on-sun-media-i-saw-petey.html
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2013 07:44:23 -0300
> Subject: Too Too Funny on Sun Media I saw Petey Rosenthal David
> Orchard's & Shawn Brant's former lawyer talk of Oaths to the Queen
> after reruns of the lawyer Ezzy Baby Levant and associates yapping
> about liberals, Clayton Ruby, Shawn Brant and Eco Terrorists
> To: pm <pm@pm.gc.ca>, "jason.kenney.c1" <jason.kenney.c1@parl.gc.ca>,
> ruby <ruby@rubyshiller.com>, rosent@math.toronto.edu,
> "ezra.levant@sunmedia.ca" <ezra.levant@sunmedia.ca>, MulcaT
> <MulcaT@parl.gc.ca>, "justin.trudeau.a1"
> <justin.trudeau.a1@parl.gc.ca>, leader <leader@greenparty.ca>,
> "Stephane.vaillancourt" <Stephane.vaillancourt@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>,
> mikeduffy <mikeduffy@sen.parl.gc.ca>, dions1 <dions1@parl.gc.ca>
> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, creeclayton77
> <creeclayton77@gmail.com>, ppalmater <ppalmater@politics.ryerson.ca>,
> jrebick <jrebick@politics.ryerson.ca>, oldmaison
> <oldmaison@yahoo.com>, andre <andre@jafaust.com>, "bob.paulson"
> <bob.paulson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "john.warr" <john.warr@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>,
> "John.Williamson" <John.Williamson@parl.gc.ca>, wendallnicholas
> <wendallnicholas@gmail.com>, xchief <xchief@bell.blackberry.net>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: David Amos
> To: orakwa ; Danny.Copp@fredericton.ca ; lou.lafleur@fredericton.ca ;
> Kathy.Alchorn@fredericton.ca ; Kim.Quartermain@fredericton.ca ;
> Barry.MacKnight@fredericton.ca ; police@fredericton.ca ;
> carl.urquhart@gnb.ca ; cityadmin@fredericton.ca ;
> samperrier@hotmail.com ; lorraineroche@gov.nl.ca ;
> forest@conservationcouncil.ca ; oldmaison@yahoo.com ;
> dan.bussieres@gnb.ca ; premier@gnb.ca ; abel.leblanc@gnb.ca ;
> t.j.burke@gnb.ca ; jacques_poitras@cbc.ca ; jonesr@cbc.ca ;
> whistleblower@ctv.ca ; tomp.young@atlanticradio.rogers.com ;
> John.Ferguson@saintjohn.ca ; wrscott@nbpower.com ; dhay@nbpower.com ;
> arsenault_chris@hotmail.com ; bill.corby@gnb.ca ;
> Sandra.Conlin@rcmp-grc.gc.ca ; complaints@cpc-cpp.gc.ca ;
> Easter.W@parl.gc.ca ; andrew.holland@nb.aibn.com ; debra@greenparty.ca
> ; bruns@unb.ca ; cbcnb@cbc.ca
> Cc: scotta@parl.gc.ca ; caseyb@parl.gc.ca ; warren.tolman@hklaw.com ;
> howiecarr@wrko.com ; barnicle@969fmtalk.com ;
> cynthia.merlini@dfait-maeci.gc.ca ; cotlei@parl.gc.ca ;
> Robert.Creedon@state.ma.us ; Brian.A.Joyce@state.ma.us ;
> wickedwanda3@adelphia.net ; fbinhct@leo.gov ; Harper.S@parl.gc.ca ;
> bmulroney@ogilvyrenault.com ; days1@parl.gc.ca ; day.s@parl.gc.ca ;
> jonesr@cbc.ca ; Dion.S@parl.gc.ca ; Dryden.K@parl.gc.ca ;
> moorew@sen.parl.gc.ca ; Layton.J@parl.gc.ca ; Duceppe.G@parl.gc.ca ;
> Casey.B@parl.gc.ca ; Comuzzi.J@parl.gc.ca ; Thibault.L@parl.gc.ca ;
> Arthur.A@parl.gc.ca ; Sandra.Conlin@rcmp-grc.gc.ca ;
> complaints@cpc-cpp.gc.ca ; Linda.Dorcenaforry@state.ma.us ;
> wgilmour@pdclawyers.ca ; mail@ronpaul2008.com ; info@kucinich.us ;
> John.Conyers@mail.house.gov
> Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 12:38 PM
> Subject: Re: Fw: [IPSM] TIME: Shawn Brant's Bail Review say Hoka hey
> to Peter Rosenthal for me will ya?
>
> http://www.scribd.com/collections/2284190/Canadians?page=1
>
> http://www.scribd.com/doc/2619608/upper-canadians
>
> Just so ya know Rosenthal was too chicken to answer this letter and
> the related material that was sent along with it but the long
> Jean-Pierre Kingsley's lawyers certainly did. Press print on the tiff
> file that I sent you people long ago that was entitled "Upper
> Canadians" and you will have hard copy of the proof of what I say is
> true.
>
> On a more comical note, what do ya think the lawyer Dizzzie
> Lizzie May will do with her newfound knowledge of Petey Bay MacKay's
> malice towards me? Nothing? Methinks it is so. She has claimed on the
> boob tube and elsewhere that she is sick of all the lies about this
> and that. In my humble opinion she has made herself ill from her own
> bullshit.
>
> Ask your old Minister of Indian Affairs about why I ran against
> him in the next election or better yet ask me sometime if ya dare how
> easily I can prove that the Election of the 39th Parliament was not
> legal. I Double Dog Dare You To.
>
> Veritas Vincit
>
> David Raymond Amos
> 902 800 0369
>
> FYI this letter was posted here a long long time ago.
>
> It is as follows
>
>
> September 10th 2004
>
> Paul J.J. Cavalluzzo
> C/o Veena Verma
> Cavalluzzo, Hayes, Shilton, McIntyre & Cornish
> PO Box 507, Station B
> Ottawa, ON K1P 5P6
>
> David Orchard
> C/o Peter Rosenthal
> Roach, Schwartz and Associates
> 688 St. Clair Avenue West
> Toronto, ON M6C 1B1
>
> Jean-Pierre Kingsley
> C/o Diane R. Davidson
> Elections Canada
> 257 Slater Street
> Ottawa, ON K1P 5G4
>
> Peter MacKay
> C/o Arthur Hamilton
> Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
> 2100 Scotia Plaza, 40 King St. W.
> Toronto, ON M5H 3C2
>
> RE: Corruption
>
> Hey,
>
> It has been over three months since I returned to Canada and contacted
> you all. Now that I have returned to the USA I will wait only three
> more weeks for you to act ethically and uphold the Public Trust. CTV
> or whatever said Fundy was a riding to watch but nobody mentioned me.
> I answered openly and honestly to every question put to me in every
> debate that I was allowed to attend. I had lots to say and now my work
> speaks for itself as I fall silent. Now I have a few questions. I
> would appreciate honest answers.
>
> Pursuant to my many contacts and various conversations to you folks or
> those of your offices, please find enclosed an exact copy of all
> material sent to Jean Chretien and Brian Mulroney. The copy of wiretap
> tape numbered 139 is served upon Diane R. Davidson, Veena Verma, Peter
> Rosenthal, Arthur Hamilton and Peter MacKay in confidence as officers
> of the court in order that it may be properly investigated by the Arar
> Commission. May I suggest that Veena Verma solicit the Arar Commisson
> to demand CSIS to provide them with the six original tapes given to
> the priest, Bill Elliot and the Sussex Detachment of the RCMP in order
> that they may be investigated as well.
>
> By the time you read this letter and study the contents hopefully I
> will have returned to the USA and stood in court once more in order to
> defend my Clan's rights and interests. I will be inserting this letter
> to you folks in the Public Record of many courts in the USA. If you
> act ethically and quickly I will see no reason to sue you. However I
> will be calling you all to testify to what you know to be true. Shame
> on all of you for allowing my country to throw me back into the
> clutches of Attorney General Ashcroft without any regard for my
> safety. If I die my blood will be on your hands.
>
> Too many mobsters and crooked FEDS want these god-damned tapes for me
> to think otherwise. As you can see I have signed statements from both
> a US Attorney and a District Attorney claiming for over one year now
> that these tapes are part of our Probate Actions. I will prove that
> they are not two more times before I complain of every lawyer and law
> enforcement authority that I have contacted in two countries.
>
> Oct 3rd, 2004, I will count you all amongst the conspirators against
> me if I do not receive an answer from you that I agree with by that
> date. Now you know I ain't joking.
>
> Mr. Rosenthal, I have no doubt that you are a clever fellow. Teaching
> Math is clean work. I admire that you only choose to practice law when
> you consider a matter to be of great social importance. After my
> speaking with David Orchard and studying his actions since that time.
> I believe David Orchard is all about David Orchard and the Public
> Trust only interests him when it affects his interests. The minor spit
> and chew about the demise of his former party is somewhat petty
> considering the far more important issues that are afoot these days.
> Would not your services be better placed in assisting me in compelling
> the governments to uphold the law and the Public Trust? I ask that you
> study the material I have provided closely and then think about your
> own words and that of your friends. They are hereto attached for your
> review. My question is don't you think it would benefit all Canadians
> if I complained of Anne McLellan and Wayne Easter in order to make
> them accountable for their lack of diligence in protecting my dumb
> ass? Just because I am a pigheaded Canadian layman, it does not follow
> that Anne or Wayne should allow Ashcroft and his cohorts to try to
> send me to Cuba without counsel. Many lawyers wish for me to simply
> disappear or quit so that they could continue to practice law for
> lucre or malice. I have no doubt many lawyers like Alan Dershowitz and
> even his adversary Bob Barr would like to see me tortured or beat to
> death by like H. Pail Rico was. Do you see how easily I predicted his
> demise. That was a nobrainer. What say you? Do you wish to assist me
> or not? If not give my friend, Byron Prior a call. Now there is man in
> great need of a good lawyer with a sense of social conscience and a
> bit of integrity to boot. Every Canadian should feel offended by T
> Alex Hickman.
>
> Mr. MacKay thanks for proving to the world what a lawyer's word is
> worth even when he signs his hand to it. Your little back stabbing
> trick with David Orchard proved my point in spades. I really don't
> know what Orchard is whining about. Hasn't he heard a few lawyer jokes
> in his time on the planet? Much truth is told in jest. Check my work
> before you call me a liar. From one Maritmer to another if you asked
> me to step outside I would smile and quit talking and start swinging
> immediately. I am a much better man than that fat bastard that went to
> Harvard and you can tell him I said so. My question to you sir, is do
> you wish to call me a liar and then step outside to settle it or argue
> me in Court? Better yet, do you and the fat bastard wish to tag team
> against me or go at me one on one in court or out of it? All that I
> have said is true. I read where the fat bastard lost a hundred pounds
> in order to help get reelected. If I did that I would be half the man
> I am now but I would still have enough sand left to take you both on.
> The MacKay Clan should be ashamed of you. How is that for picking a
> fight? EH?
>
> Ms. Davidson, please find enclosed the documents proving I did what
> was required of me on July 6th in order to get my deposit back. When
> may I expect the money? Why would your help call me about this stuff
> without checking with Ms. Chappell first? You always referred me to
> her. It is not my fault if you lose the records. Right?
>
> Ms. Davidson, I have another couple of very important questions as
> well. When I appeared at the local Canada Elections Office with my
> secretary and a witness as required, Ms Chappell would not allow me to
> begin the process of registering as a Canidate until she received a
> call from some unnamed lawyer from Ottawa. I know that person must
> have been you or someone who spoke for you.
>
> Ms. Chappell was waiting for you, Ms. Davidson to decide as to whether
> or not I could run for Parliament. I can easily prove byway of phone
> records and emails that I had resolved these issues months ago with
> the top dogs in your office long before an election was ever called. I
> then did it once again after the election was called and then again
> with Ms. Chappell before I returned to Canada and then the day before
> coming to her office. The deliberate delay was obvious to all and very
> offensive. What would have Rob Moore or John Herron's friend David
> Lutz have done if you had tried such a trick with them, Sue you? Why
> should I be any different? I do have the same Rights. If you don't
> think I would be just as diligent as any lawyer when protecting my
> rights, you have seriously underestimated me. Call my bluff. I dare
> ya.
>
> Ms Davidson, you are not a judge nor are you a Member of Parliament.
> You have no right to make a law or decide on it. If there was some
> sort of legal question why did you not address it months ago with me?
> It was my opinion that you were simply delaying me until the clock
> tolled two o'clock and then I would not be allowed to have my name on
> the ballot. I truly believe you were acting in the best interest of
> other lawyers rather that upholding the Public Trust placed in you.
> When I kept demanding to just know your name or to talk to you, I was
> denied that right. However I did manage to become a candidate by
> exactly two o'clock because you knew as sure as I am typing this that
> I would have complained of you in a heartbeat after two o'clock. What
> say you Ms. Davidson? Do you disagree with my opinion of what happened
> on June 7th? If you were not the lawyer attempting to illegally delay
> me then that person was acting under your authority. Correct? You are
> the Deputy Chief Electoral Officer and Chief Legal Counsel. I am just
> the self appointed Chief of my little Clan but as you can see I have
> no fear of arguing with fancy upper Canadian lawyers. Do you wish to
> explain or should I summons you to court to get an answer? Again I ask
> when do I get my money back? My accountant has filed his work quite a
> while ago as well. What is the reason for the delay now? Ain't it
> kinda funny how the Queen would not take my check but I must accept
> hers?
>
> Ms. Verma, I recall our conversation vividly and can easily prove my
> following contacts with you. I already know the answer but my only
> question to you is WHY?
>
> As I continue my legal battles in the USA, I want you all to know that
> win or lose I was trying to protect your rights too against the
> bastards that created the DHS etc.
>
> Cya'll in Court:)
>
> David R. Amos
>
> 153 Alvin Ave.
>
> Milton, MA. 02186
>
> More laws won't mean less terror
> Experts warn of 'giving the devil the benefit of the law'
> Law Times By David Gambrill
>
> Expanding the power of criminal law will not stop terrorism, say legal
> academics, and may instead lead to the permanent imposition of
> extraordinary emergency measures and concentrated state power.
>
> Quoting a character in the Robert Bolt play, A Man for All Seasons,
> Oren Gross, a Benjamin Cardoso School of Law professor, issued a
> general warning against "giving the devil the benefit of the law" in
> order to make the public feel more secure.
>
> "Extravagent terrorist attacks such as those on Sept. 11 tend to bring
> about a rush to legislate," Gross told a legal scholars' conference
> convened to discuss the federal government's new antiterrorism
> legislation, bill C-36. "The preventative relief [is thought to] be,
> 'If only we add new powers to police, if only we add to the Criminal
> Code, if only we revamp and reinvigorate existing offences, then our
> nation is going to be secure.'"
>
> But such logic tends to lead to a concentration of power at the level
> of government, he says. Citizens may relinquish their civil liberties
> out of fear, encouraging the state "do whatever it takes" to make
> terrorism stop, he says.
>
> "Governments tend to overreact," says Gross. "Terrorism from below
> may, to some extent, be replaced with terrorism from above." Legal
> scholars who spoke at the conference echoed Gross' caution. Some
> worried that Canada is permanently entrenching the temporary emergency
> powers found in the 1988 Emergencies Act.
>
> "My answer to the question, 'Can emergency powers be normalized?' is
> yes, they can be," says U of T law professor David Dyzenhais, a South
> African studying the emergency powers employed by the South African
> government under apartheid. "But when they are normalized, what we
> have is a violation of the spirit of the rule of law."
>
> U of T math professor Peter Rosenthal, a lawyer at Roach Schwartz and
> Associates in Toronto, suggested the federal government should have
> used its powers under the 1988 Emergencies Act instead of drafting new
> anti-terrorist legislation.
>
> Enacted by the Mulroney government, the Emergencies Act gives the
> federal government limited exceptional powers to deal with four types
> of emergencies: threats to public welfare, threats to public order,
> international emergencies, and war.
>
> International emergencies, says the act, arise "from acts of
> intimidation or coercion, or the real or imminent threat of serious
> force or violence."
>
> For an international emergency, the act can be put into affect for 60
> days and must be reviewed by Parliament before the deadline can be
> extended. It includes powers to limit or restrict travel, ban public
> assemblies, remove non-citizens from the country, and enter and search
> premises without a warrant. The powers in the act are explicitly
> subject to the Charter.
>
> The Emergencies Act replaced the War Measures Act, which the Trudeau
> government used to arrest and detain 465 Quebeckers in 1970. The
> federal government invoked the War Measures Act after the FLQ
> kidnapped Quebec provincial cabinet minister Pierre Laporte, who was
> found assassinated one day after the act was declared.
>
> The so-called "October Crisis," when the War Measures Act was
> implemented, started a debate in Canada about when it is appropriate
> to suspend civil liberties. The Trudeau government came under heavy
> criticism for employing the act.
>
> U of T constitutional law professor Lorraine Weinrib noted the federal
> government has studiously avoided using the language of "emergency
> measures," even though it has incorporated such emergency powers into
> its anti-terrorist legislation. The same emergency powers are
> available under the Emergencies Act, she says, albeit for limited
> periods of time and under strict supervision of Parliament.
>
> "I would say the government did not use the Emergencies Act here in
> response to the problem of terrorism because it did not want to engage
> in this type of review process," says Weinrib. "It preferred to
> continue what has been highly discredited under the War Measures Act
> experience - namely, the concentration of power in the executive."
>
> For this reason, many scholars at the conference encouraged the courts
> to review the legislation carefully. Federal government lawyers have
> called the proposed anti-terrorist legislation"Charter-proof." But
> that doesn't mean the anti-terrorism legislation should be enacted,
> says U of T law professor Kent Roach.
>
> "We may too quick to accept . . . what the government's lawyers — or
> indeed any lawyers — conclude it is permissible to do," he says.
>
> Roach listed several extraordinary police powers found in bill C-36.
> Most notably, the bill allows police to arrest and detain a person
> without a warrant, on suspicion the suspect may be carrying out a
> terrorist activity. It also creates "investigative hearings," in which
> suspects are compelled to give testimony that might incriminate them.
>
> Roach was particularly critical of the hearing process, the powers of
> which, he insisted, haven't been around since the English 'Star
> Chamber' in 1641.
>
> "Compelling a person to talk to the police in an investigation in
> which he or she may well be implicated offends our traditions of
> respect for the right of silence during police investigations," he
> says. "These traditions date back to the abolition of the Star Chamber
> in 1641."
>
> The Star Chamber, associated with the English Courts, was reviled for
> its use of torture. As late as 1614, a Somerset clergyman, Edmond
> Peacham, was interrogated on the rack before the Star Chamber in the
> presence of the attorney general at the time, Sir Edward Coke.
>
> Roach acknowledged the bill gives detained individuals the right to
> counsel at such hearings, but such representation provides cold
> comfort. "It gives people subject to investigative hearing the right
> to counsel — even though, in many cases, the lawyer will simply have
> to inform the target that he or she must talk or else face prosecution
> or continued detention," he says. One danger in forcing people to talk
> is that they might lie, says Roach. A combination of perjury and
> prosecutorial zeal could may lead to the kind of wrongful convictions
> associated with the "Birmingham Six" and "Guilford Four" in England,
> he says.
>
> In the early 1970s, the IRA bombed pubs in Birmingham and Guilford,
> England, killing more than 21 people. Under pressure to convict the
> terrorists, police arrested 10 people in connection with the attacks.
>
> In 1989 and 1991, respectively, a British court of appeal released the
> Guilford Four and Birmingham Six after finding they had been wrongly
> convicted.
>
> This article does not constitute legal or other professional advice
> and no responsibility for any loss occasioned to any person acting or
> refraining from action in reliance upon material contained in this
> article is accepted by the author or Canada Law Book Inc.
>
> (c)Law Times Inc. 2004. All rights reserved.
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Sarvis CampaignTeam <info@robertsarvis.com>
> Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2013 17:36:32 -0700
> Subject: Thank you for your message! Re: Fwd: Attn U.S. Senator Ted
> Cruz (R-TX) Re Obama and the Boyz I just called (202 228-7561) and
> left a message about this email
> To: motomaniac333@gmail.com
>
> Thanks so much for your interest in Sarvis for Governor 2013. We're
> happy to report that we've had a flood of requests from supporters and
> voters across the commonwealth! So, thanks for bearing with us!
>
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>
> If you are looking to find out more about Sarvis' stand on the issues,
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> For any other inquires, email chris.taylor@robertsarvis.com.
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Ellen Qualls
> To: David Amos
> Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2013 9:49 PM
> Subject: I had to write my first email after tonight
>
> David, I really hoped Ken Cuccinelli would relax and be himself tonight.
>
> I hoped he'd stand on the debate stage, look straight into the
> television cameras, and repeat all the anti-gay, anti-women's health,
> anti-science things he's said over the years — straight to Virginia
> voters.
>
>
> Instead, he mostly stuck to talking points about jobs and the economy,
> as if saying them now means he has entirely new priorities after a
> decade-long obsession with imposing his personal ideology on
> Virginians.
>
> If we let him get away with that — if we let voters believe they met
> the real Ken Cuccinelli tonight — we could lose this election.
>
> Donate $5 right now to make sure Terry hits his Get Out The Vote Fund
> goal — and to make sure our team can deliver the truth about Ken
> Cuccinelli to voters.
>
> I've worked in Virginia politics for a long time. I've lived in the
> Commonwealth for even longer, and I know Terry McAuliffe is going to
> be a great governor. But part of why I signed on to help Terry's
> campaign this year was that Ken Cuccinelli's closed-minded social
> agenda feels really out of step with my home of almost 40 years.
>
> Since he wasn't willing to be up front about that agenda and his
> record tonight, I'd like to remind you of a few things he's said about
> us:
>
> Ken Cuccinelli has said being gay leads to "self-destruction." And so
> he's opposed policies that would protect gay Virginians from
> discrimination.
> Ken Cuccinelli has said "God does judge nations" for safe and legal
> abortion and that his "ultimate goal" is to make it illegal. And so
> he's pushed policies that could close women's health clinics and ban
> the birth control pill.
> Ken Cuccinelli has said that the social safety net was created by "bad
> politicians" trying to make people "dependent on government." And now
> he opposes providing health care to hundreds of thousands of
> Virginians by expanding Medicaid.
> Cuccinelli's agenda is extreme and his record is clear. But voters who
> just tuned in to the debate tonight to make their decision wouldn't
> know any of this.
>
> We're spending every minute of the next 11 days making sure they know
> the truth. Chip in $5 right now to help Terry hit his GOTV fundraising
> goal.
>
> Thanks for fighting back. I know you won't let voters forget what Ken
> Cuccinelli has said about us — and what that would mean for Virginia's
> future if he's elected.
>
> - Ellen
>
>
> Ellen Qualls
> Senior Advisor
>
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> On 10/23/13, David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com> wrote:
>> http://terrymcauliffe.com/
>>
>> http://www.cuccinelli.com/event/september-18th-reception-for-young-professionals/
>>
>> http://www.robertsarvis.com/contact
>>
>> John LaBeaume at jvlab@robertsarvis.com or (202) 352-8335.
>>
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>> Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2013 15:11:08 -0300
>> Subject: Attn U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) Re Obama and the Boyz I
>> just called (202 228-7561) and left a message about this email
>> To: press@cruz.senate.gov, info@chrystiafreeland.ca, rheard
>> <rheard@rogers.com>, "michael.coren" <michael.coren@sunmedia.ca>,
>> info@lindamcquaig.ca, pandrews <pandrews@guelphmercury.com>,
>> newsonline <newsonline@bbc.co.uk>
>> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
>>
>> FYI this email has been posted on the Internet for awhile
>>
>> http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/10/re-glen-greenwald-and-brazilian.html
>>
>> Chrystia Freeland Campaign Office
>> 81 King Street East (King & Church)
>> Toronto, Ontario M5C 1G3
>> phone: 647-725-2071
>> email: info@chrystiafreeland.ca
>> Facebook: FreelandChrystia
>> Twitter: @cafreeland
>>
>> For media inquiries please contact Rebecca MacKenzie at 416-992-9580
>>
>> Linda's Campaign Office
>>
>> Come visit us at:
>> 878 Yonge Street
>> Toronto, ON, M4W 2J1
>>
>> Phone: 416-900-7493
>>
>>
>> Contact: press@cruz.senate.gov / (202) 228-7561. Monday, September 30,
>> 2013. WASHINGTON, DC -- U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) released the
>> following
>>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Amos" <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> To: <stephen.toope@ubc.ca>; <perrin@law.ubc.ca>; "kevin.violot"
> <kevin.violot@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>; "janice.murray" <janice.murray@parl.gc.ca>
> Cc: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
> Sent: Friday, August 09, 2013 4:27 PM
> Subject: Fwd: While your mindless boss Biage Carrese is away perhaps YOU
> should finally respond to me EH Cpl Greg Horton?
>
>
> http://www.law.ubc.ca/faculty/Perrin/
>
> http://www.publicaffairs.ubc.ca/2013/04/03/stephen-toope-to-leave-ubc-presidency-in-june-2014/
>
> http://www.planning.ubc.ca/vancouver_home/news_and_events/enewsletter/june_2012/articles644.php
>
> Benjamin Perrin
> Associate Professor
> Tel: 604.822.1208
> Fax: 604.822.8108
> E-mail: perrin@law.ubc.ca
> Office Location: Allard Hall, 363
>
> Benjamin Perrin is an Associate Professor at the University of British
> Columbia, Faculty of Law and a senior fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier
> Institute for Public Policy. He recently returned from a leave of
> absence in Ottawa where he served as special advisor and legal counsel
> to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and was lead policy advisor on all
> matters related to the Department of Justice, Public Safety Canada
> (including the RCMP, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Security
> Intelligence Service, Correctional Service of Canada, and Parole Board
> of Canada), and Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2013 16:08:35 -0300
> Subject: Fwd: While your mindless boss Biage Carrese is away perhaps
> YOU should finally respond to me EH Cpl Greg Horton?
> To: Costa.Dimopoulos@rcmp-grc.gc.ca, "rod.knecht"
> <rod.knecht@edmontonpolice.ca>, pmccann@mccannandlyttle.com,
> pmantas@fasken.com, "marc.garneau.a1" <marc.garneau.a1@parl.gc.ca>,
> "greg.horton" <greg.horton@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, Jessica Hume
> <jessica.hume@sunmedia.ca>
> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, "steven.blaney"
> <steven.blaney@parl.gc.ca>
>
> http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Politics/2013/07/24/20997931.html
>
> http://mccannandlyttle.com/contact/
>
> Patrick F.D. McCann
> phone: 613.236.1410
> pmccann@mccannandlyttle.com
>
>
> http://www.fasken.com/peter-mantas/
> Peter N. Mantas
> +1 613 696 6886
> +1 613 230 6423 (fax)
> pmantas@fasken.com
>
> http://www.sprucegroveexaminer.com/2011/02/03/tragedy-has-led-to-improved-procedures
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2013 19:21:11 -0300
> Subject: While your mindless boss Biage Carrese is away perhaps YOU
> should finally respond to me EH Cpl Greg Horton?
> To: mikeduffy <mikeduffy@sen.parl.gc.ca>, "greg.horton"
> <greg.horton@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Biage.Carrese"
> <Biage.Carrese@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, brazep <brazep@sen.parl.gc.ca>, harbm
> <harbm@sen.parl.gc.ca>, pm <pm@pm.gc.ca>, "justin.trudeau.a1"
> <justin.trudeau.a1@parl.gc.ca>, justmin <justmin@gov.ns.ca>, leader
> <leader@greenparty.ca>, MulcaT <MulcaT@parl.gc.ca>, boston@ic.fbi.gov,
> washington.field@ic.fbi.gov, "bob.paulson"
> <bob.paulson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Kevin.leahy"
> <Kevin.leahy@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, Brian.Kelly@usdoj.gov,
> us.marshals@usdoj.gov, Fred.Wyshak@usdoj.gov, jcarney
> <jcarney@carneybassil.com>, bbachrach@bachrachlaw.net
> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, "Dale.McGowan"
> <Dale.McGowan@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "bernadine.chapman"
> <bernadine.chapman@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Leanne.Fitch"
> <Leanne.Fitch@fredericton.ca>
>
> http://thedavidamosrant.blogspot.ca/2013/08/what-joke-mindless-lawyer-mulcair-is-eh.html
>
> http://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2013/07/08/Corporal-Horton-Mike-Duffy/
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Biage Carrese <Biage.Carrese@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>
> Date: Thu, 08 Aug 2013 18:00:31 -0400
> Subject: Re: What a joke the mindless lawyer Mulcair is EH Mikey Duffy
> and Cpl Greg Horton? (OUT OF OFFICE/ABSENT )
> To: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>
> I will be away from the office August 8th to and including August
> 23rd. Plse contact Insp. Costa Dimopoulos if you require assistance
> (613-993-6912).
>
> Je serai absent et à l'extérieur du pays du 8 au 23 aout. Si vous
> avez besoin d'assistance, SVP communiquez avec l'insp. Costa
> Dimopoulos. (613-993-6912).
>
> On 8/8/13, David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com> wrote:
>> http://www.theguardian.pe.ca/News/Local/2013-08-08/article-3342991/Tom-Mulcair-brings-Senate-abolition-campaign-to-Prince-Edward-Island/1
>>
>> http://rolluptheredcarpet.ca/
>>
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>> Date: Sat, 15 Jun 2013 02:40:18 -0300
>> Subject: YO FBI Special Agent Richard Deslauriers I just called your
>> office and the nasty Yankee played dumb as usual
>> To: boston@ic.fbi.gov, washington.field@ic.fbi.gov, "bob.paulson"
>> <bob.paulson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Kevin.leahy"
>> <Kevin.leahy@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, Brian.Kelly@usdoj.gov,
>> us.marshals@usdoj.gov, Fred.Wyshak@usdoj.gov, jcarney
>> <jcarney@carneybassil.com>, bbachrach@bachrachlaw.net
>> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, birgittaj
>> <birgittaj@althingi.is>, shmurphy@globe.com, Red Ice Creations
>> <redicecreations@gmail.com>
>>
>> Clearly I am not joking
>>
>> Just Dave
>> By Location Visit Detail
>> Visit 19,571
>> Domain Name (Unknown)
>> IP Address 153.31.113.# (FBI Criminal Justice Information Systems)
>> ISP FBI Criminal Justice Information Systems
>> Location Continent : North America
>> Country : United States (Facts)
>> State : West Virginia
>> City : Clarksburg
>> Lat/Long : 39.2664, -80.3097 (Map)
>> Language English (U.S.) en-us
>> Operating System Microsoft WinXP
>> Browser Internet Explorer 8.0
>> Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET
>> CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.04506.648; .NET CLR 3.5.21022; InfoPath.2;
>> .NET CLR 3.0.4506.2152; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; MS-RTC
>> LM 8; .NET4.0C; .NET4.0E)
>> Javascript version 1.3
>> Monitor Resolution : 800 x 600
>> Color Depth : 32 bits
>> Time of Visit Jun 12 2013 5:00:01 pm
>> Last Page View Jun 12 2013 5:00:01 pm
>> Visit Length 0 seconds
>> Page Views 1
>> Referring URL http://www.google.co...YIZDuTIWsfuPUhflswCk
>> Search Engine google.com
>> Search Words jp morgan and "andrew kosloff"
>> Visit Entry Page http://davidamos.blo...-stewart-and-me.html
>> Visit Exit Page http://davidamos.blo...-stewart-and-me.html
>> Out Click
>> Time Zone UTC-5:00
>> Visitor's Time Jun 12 2013 4:00:01 pm
>> Visit Number 19,571
>>
>>
>> On 6/15/13, David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> FBI Boston
>>> One Center Plaza
>>> Suite 600
>>> Boston, MA 02108
>>> Phone: (617) 742-5533
>>> Fax: (617) 223-6327
>>> E-mail: Boston@ic.fbi.gov
>>>
>>> Hours
>>> Although we operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, our normal
>>> "walk-in" business hours are from 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
>>> through Friday. If you need to speak with a FBI representative at any
>>> time other than during normal business hours, please telephone our
>>> office at (617) 742-5533.
>>>
>>>
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>>> Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 01:20:20 -0300
>>> Subject: Yo Fred Wyshak and Brian Kelly your buddy Whitey's trial is
>>> finally underway now correct? What the hell do I do with the wiretap
>>> tapes Sell them on Ebay?
>>> To: Brian.Kelly@usdoj.gov, us.marshals@usdoj.gov,
>>> Fred.Wyshak@usdoj.gov, jcarney <jcarney@carneybassil.com>,
>>> bbachrach@bachrachlaw.net, michael wolfheart
>>> <wolfheartlodge@live.com>, jonathan.albano@bingham.com,
>>> shmurphy@globe.com, mvalencia@globe.com
>>> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, oldmaison
>>> <oldmaison@yahoo.com>, PATRICK.MURPHY@dhs.gov, rounappletree@aol.com
>>>
>>> http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2013/06/05/james-whitey-bulger-jury-selection-process-enters-second-day/KjS80ofyMMM5IkByK74bkK/story.html
>>>
>>> http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2013/06/09/nsa-leak-guardian.html
>>>
>>> As the CBC etc yap about Yankee wiretaps and whistleblowers I must ask
>>> them the obvious question AIN'T THEY FORGETTING SOMETHING????
>>>
>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vugUalUO8YY
>>>
>>> What the hell does the media think my Yankee lawyer served upon the
>>> USDOJ right after I ran for and seat in the 39th Parliament baseball
>>> cards?
>>>
>>> http://archive.org/details/ITriedToExplainItToAllMaritimersInEarly2006
>>>
>>> http://davidamos.blogspot.ca/2006/05/wiretap-tapes-impeach-bush.html
>>>
>>> http://www.archive.org/details/PoliceSurveilanceWiretapTape139
>>>
>>> http://archive.org/details/Part1WiretapTape143
>>>
>>> FEDERAL EXPRES 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 previously.
>>>
>>> Very truly yours,
>>> Barry A. Bachrach
>>> Direct telephone: (508) 926-3403
>>> Direct facsimile: (508) 929-3003
>>> Email: bbachrach@bowditch.com
>>>
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
>>> To: "Fred.Wyshak" <Fred.Wyshak@usdoj.gov>; "jcarney"
>>> <jcarney@carneybassil.com>; <Brian.Kelly@usdoj.gov>;
>>> <us.marshals@usdoj.gov>
>>> Cc: <edit@thr.com>; "maritime_malaise" <maritime_malaise@yahoo.ca>;
>>> "Wayne.Lang" <Wayne.Lang@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>
>>> Sent: Monday, January 09, 2012 11:50 AM
>>> Subject: So Fred Wyshak has Brian Kelly and the rest of the corrupt
>>> Feds practiced the spirit of fill disclosure with Jay Carney??
>>>
>>>
>>> If so then why didn't Mr Carney return my phone calls last July???
>>>
>>> http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2012/01/09/bulger_lawyers_due_in_court_for_update_on_evidence/
>>>
>>> http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/lawyer_known_as_patron_saint_of_hopeless_cases_is_representing_whitey_bulge/
>>>
>>> http://bostonherald.com/news/regional/view/2011_0625lawyer_tab_is_in_billys_court_feds_believe_brother_should_shell_out_for_defense
>>>
>>> http://articles.boston.com/2011-07-01/news/29726987_1_jay-carney-bulger-brookline-clinics
>>>
>>> http://carneybassil.com/team/carney/
>>>
>>> Truth is stranger than fiction. Perhaps Ben Affleck and Matt Damon a
>>> couple of boyz from Beantown who done good will pay attention to mean
>>> old me someday EH?
>>>
>>> http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/ben-affleck-matt-damon-whitey-bulger-254994
>>>
>>> Veritas Vincit
>>> David Raymond Amos
>>> 902 800 0369
>>>
>>> SOMEBODY SHOULD ASK THE CBC AND THE COPS A VERY SIMPLE QUESTION.
>>>
>>> WHY was Byron Prior and I banned from parliamentry properties while I
>>> running for a seat in parliament in 2004 2 whole YEARS before the
>>> mindless nasty French Bastard Chucky Leblanc was barred in NB and yet
>>> the CBC, the Fat Fred City Finest and the RCMP still deny anything
>>> ever happened to this very day even though Chucky and his pals have
>>> blogged about it???
>>>
>>> http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/story/2006/06/20/nb-bloggerbanned20060620.html
>>>
>>> http://qslspolitics.blogspot.ca/2008/06/david-amos-vs-fat-fred-citys-finest.html
>>>
>>> http://qslspolitics.blogspot.ca/2008/04/david-amos-nb-nwo-whistleblower-part-3.html
>>>
>>> http://qslspolitics.blogspot.com/2008/07/feds-institutionalize-determined-nb.html
>>>
>>> Did anybody bother to listen to me explain things to the Police
>>> Commissioners in 2004?
>>>
>>> http://archive.org/details/NewBrunswickPoliceCommission
>>>
>>> Veritas Vincit
>>> David Raymond Amos
>>> 902 800 0369
>>>
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>>> Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2013 21:56:57 -0300
>>> Subject: Re Yankee Feds Please allow me to be brief with the crooks in
>>> Wikileaks and the Guardian EH Birgitta and Ed Pilkington?
>>> To: "Fred.Wyshak" <Fred.Wyshak@usdoj.gov>, "john.warr"
>>> <john.warr@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, redicecreations@gmail.com, birgittaj
>>> <birgittaj@althingi.is>, Piratar <piratar@pirateparty.is>,
>>> "ed.pilkington" <ed.pilkington@guardian.co.uk>, janice.smith@cbc.ca,
>>> camilla.inderberg@cbc.ca, "david.akin" <david.akin@sunmedia.ca>,
>>> Alan.Dark@cbc.ca, newsonline <newsonline@bbc.co.uk>, "John.Williamson"
>>> <John.Williamson@parl.gc.ca>
>>> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>, aih <aih@cbc.ca>,
>>> news-tips <news-tips@nytimes.com>, "bob.paulson"
>>> <bob.paulson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Gilles.Blinn"
>>> <Gilles.Blinn@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>
>>>
>>> http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/09/edward-snowden-nsa-whistleblower-surveillance
>>>
>>> "Snowden will go down in history as one of America's most
>>> consequential whistleblowers, alongside Daniel Ellsberg and Bradley
>>> Manning. He is responsible for handing over material from one of the
>>> world's most secretive organisations – the NSA."
>>>
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: David Amos
>>> To: ed.pilkington@guardian.co.uk
>>> Cc: david.raymond.amos@gmail.com
>>> Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2011 4:04 PM
>>> Subject: Ed Here is your ticket to keep you out of hot water Just send
>>> this to Hugh Grant and he can raise hell for you
>>>
>>>
>>> Byway of the US FTC the Feds in many countries can never deny that
>>> they did not know the truth long ago
>>>
>>> From: Ed Pilkington <ed.pilkington@guardian.co.uk>
>>> Subject: GUARDIAN
>>> To: myson333@yahoo.com
>>> Date: Wednesday, August 3, 2011, 11:42 AM
>>>
>>>
>>> hi
>>>
>>> here's my email and my cell number is below
>>>
>>> all best
>>>
>>> Ed
>>>
>>> --
>>> Ed Pilkington
>>> New York bureau chief
>>> The Guardian
>>> www.guardian.co.uk
>>> twitter.com/Edpilkington
>>>
>>> Cell: 646 704 1264
>>>
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>>> THE GUARDIAN MUST REMEMBER ME EH EDDY BABY???
>>>
>>> Click on this link
>>>
>>> http://50states.ning.com/video/rcmp-sussex-new-brunswick
>>>
>>> OR SCROLL DOWN TO ASSURE YOURSELF THAT WIKILEAKS OR THE CROWN CORPS
>>> KNOWN AS THE CBC AND THE RCMP TO NAME ONLY THREE CAN NEVER DENY THAT
>>> THEY DON'T KNOW ALL ABOUT MEAN OLD ME AND MY CONCERNS
>>>
>>> HOWCOME FOR 10 YEARS PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN THE USA CANADA ICELAND
>>> ENGLAND AND ALL THE OTHERS WITHIN "COALITION OF THE WILLING" ETC
>>> IGNORED THE FACT THAT I HAVE HAD MANY YANKEE WIRETAP TAPES THAT COULD
>>> HAVE IMPEACHED GEORGEY BOY BUSH AND HIS COHORTS LONG BEFORE THE
>>> PATRIOT ACT OR THE WAR ON IRAQ BEGAN???
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> http://davidamos.blogspot.ca/2006/05/wiretap-tapes-impeach-bush.html
>>>
>>> http://www.archive.org/details/PoliceSurveilanceWiretapTape139
>>>
>>>
>>> FEDERAL EXPRES 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 previously.
>>>
>>> Very truly yours,
>>> Barry A. Bachrach
>>> Direct telephone: (508) 926-3403
>>> Direct facsimile: (508) 929-3003
>>> Email: bbachrach@bowditch.com
>>>
>>> http://joyb.blogspot.ca/2010/11/my-statement-from-nato-parliamentary.html
>>>
>>> http://50states.ning.com/video/rcmp-sussex-new-brunswick
>>>
>>> http://www.nycga.net/members/davidraymondamos/
>>>
>>>> From: David Amos
>>>> Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2011 23:22:00 -0300
>>>> Subject: i just called from 902 800 0369 (Nova Scotia)
>>>> To: 9.17occupywallstreet@gmail.com
>>>>
>>>> http://qslspolitics.blogspot.com/2009/03/david-amos-to-wendy-olsen-...
>>>>
>>>> I am the guy the SEC would not name that is the link to Madoff and
>>>> Putnam Investments
>>>>
>>>> http://banking.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Hearings.Hear...
>>>>
>>>> Notice the transcript and webcast of the hearing of the US Senate
>>>> banking Commitee is missing? please notice Eliot Spitzer and the Dates
>>>> around November 20th, 2003 in te following file
>>>>
>>>> http://www.checktheevidence.com/pdf/2526023-DAMOSIntegrity-yea-righ...
>>>>
>>>> From: "Julian Assange)"
>>>> Date: Sun, 7 Mar 2010 18:15:46 +0000 (GMT)
>>>> Subject: Al Jazeera on Iceland's plan for a press safe haven
>>>> To: david.raymond.amos@gmail.com
>>>>
>>>> FYI: Al-Jazeera's take on Iceland's proposed media safe haven
>>>>
>>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbGiPjIE1pE
>>>>
>>>> More info http://immi.is/
>>>>
>>>> Julian Assange
>>>> Editor
>>>> WikiLeaks
>>>> http://wikileaks.org/
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> From: Birgitta Jonsdottir
>>>> Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2010 07:14:02 +0000
>>>> Subject: Re: Bon Soir Birgitta according to my records this is the
>>>> first email I ever sent you
>>>> To: David Amos
>>>>
>>>> dear Dave
>>>> i have got your email and will read through the links as soon as i
>>>> find some time
>>>> keep up the good fight in the meantime
>>>>
>>>> thank you for bearing with me
>>>> i am literary drowning in requests to look into all sorts of matters
>>>> and at the same time working 150% work at the parliament and
>>>> the creation of a political movement and being a responsible parent:)
>>>> plus all the matters in relation to immi
>>>>
>>>> with oceans of joy
>>>> birgitta
>>>>
>>>> Better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are
>>>> not.
>>>>
>>>> Andre Gide
>>>>
>>>> Birgitta Jonsdottir
>>>> Birkimelur 8, 107 Reykjavik, Iceland, tel: 354 692 8884
>>>> http://this.is/birgittahttp://joyb.blogspot.com -
>>>> http://www.facebook.com/birgitta.jonsdottir
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: Henrik Palmgren <redicecreations@gmail.com>
>>> Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2012 14:46:26 +0200
>>> Subject: Re: Oh my my I guess we know the score on you EH?
>>> To: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>>>
>>> Oh my. Don't send me your spam. It's not good for anything.
>>>
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>>> Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 17:27:53 -0300
>>> Subject: Re Teddy Baby Olson was on Fox News today yapping about
>>> Presidential enemies list as he represents the crooks in Koch
>>> Industries??? If anyone should know about such things it is Olson
>>> after all he assisted Ashcroft and Bush against me
>>> To: pm <pm@pm.gc.ca>, Office@tigta.treas.gov, RBauer@perkinscoie.com,
>>> mark.vespucci@ci.irs.gov, "Gilles.Moreau"
>>> <Gilles.Moreau@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, ron.klain@revolution.com,
>>> dboies@bsfllp.com, tolson@gibsondunn.com, bginsberg@pattonboggs.com,
>>> "ed.pilkington" <ed.pilkington@guardian.co.uk>, news
>>> <news@thetelegraph.com.au>, leader <leader@greenparty.ca>
>>> Cc: David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>,
>>> rtalach@ledroitbeckett.com, gregory.craig@skadden.com,
>>> Patrick.Fitzgerald@skadden.com
>>>
>>> Hey
>>>
>>> As Harper sits and bullshits his cohorts in the Council of Foreign
>>> Relations in the Big Apple today I bet he was listening to what was
>>> happening with Obama and the IRS and Holder and his DOJ minions
>>> in Washington.
>>>
>>> Notice the Inspector General of the IRS Dudes within this old file?
>>>
>>> http://www.scribd.com/doc/9092510/Chicago
>>>
>>> Everybody and his dog knows Harper knew about my battles with the US
>>> Treasury and Justice Depts way back when he was the boss of the
>>> opposition in Canada's Parliament. Two simple files easily found on
>>> the Internet cannot be argued.
>>>
>>> Notice how old the letter and Form 211 are?
>>>
>>> http://qslspolitics.blogspot.ca/2008/06/5-years-waiting-on-bank-fraud-payout.html
>>>
>>> Here the Inspector Generals calling me 7 years ago?
>>>
>>> http://www.archive.org/details/FedsUsTreasuryDeptRcmpEtc
>>>
>>> FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Office of Chief Counsel, Treasury.
>>> Inspector General for Tax Administration, (202) 622-4068.
>>>
>>> When Teddy bitches about polticians using the IRS to attack their
>>> enemies because he knows it true because he helped Bush the IRS
>>> against me when Obama was just a State Senator .
>>>
>>> The proof was when I sent him the documents that came along with the
>>> letter
>>> found on page 13 of this old file Teddy Baby Olson quit as Solicitor
>>> General.
>>>
>>> http://www.checktheevidence.com/pdf/2619437-CROSS-BORDER-txt-.pdf
>>>
>>> Harper and every body else knows It was no coincidence that I sent the
>>> lawyers Olson as Solicitior General, Ferguson as the co chair of the
>>> Federal Reserve Bank, and J Strom Thurmond Jr the youngest US
>>> Attorney the same pile of documents on April Fools Day 2004.
>>>
>>> The sad but terrible truth is that legions of cops, lawyers polticians
>>> and bureaucrats in Canada and the USA knew about the US Secret Service
>>> coming to my home after dark on April Fools Day 2003 bearing false
>>> allegations of a presidential threat and threatening to use their
>>> implied right to use exta ordinary rendition against me as a non
>>> citizen less than two weeks after the needless War in Iraq began and
>>> no WMD were ever found.
>>>
>>> You can bet dimes to dollars i called some Yankee Inspector Generals
>>> (starting with 202 622 4068) and reminded them that I am still alive
>>> and kicking and reminding the world of their malicious incompetence
>>>
>>> Veritas Vincit
>>> David Raymond Amos
>>> 902 800 0369
>>>
>>> PS Below you can review some emails I sent you and your Yankee cohorts
>>> such asTeddy Baby Olson before Obama was reelected EH Harper? In truth
>>> I would rather settle in confidence with Obama then sue the Hell out
>>> of the CROWN and the Holy See Trust that the evil old Judge Bastarache
>>> has known why for a very long time.
>>>
>>>
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
>>> To: "Rob Talach" <rtalach@ledroitbeckett.com>
>>> Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2012 10:59 PM
>>> Subject: Re: Attn Robert Talach and I should talk ASAP about my suing
>>> the Catholic Church Trust that Bastarache knows why
>>>
>>> The date stamp on about page 134 of this old file of mine should mean
>>> a lot to you
>>>
>>> http://www.checktheevidence.com/pdf/2619437-CROSS-BORDER-txt-.pdf
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>>> Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 15:37:08 -0400
>>> Subject: To Hell with the KILLER COP Gilles Moreau What say you NOW
>>> Bernadine Chapman??
>>> To: Gilles.Moreau@rcmp-grc.gc.ca, phil.giles@statcan.ca,
>>> maritme_malaise@yahoo.ca, Jennifer.Nixon@ps-sp.gc.ca,
>>> bartman.heidi@psic-ispc.gc.ca, Yves.J.Marineau@rcmp-grc.gc.ca,
>>> david.paradiso@erc-cee.gc.ca, desaulniea@smtp.gc.ca,
>>> denise.brennan@tbs-sct.gc.ca, anne.murtha@vac-acc.gc.ca, webo
>>> <webo@xplornet.com>, julie.dickson@osfi-bsif.gc.ca,
>>> rod.giles@osfi-bsif.gc.ca, flaherty.j@parl.gc.ca, toewsv1
>>> <toewsv1@parl.gc.ca>, "Nycole.Turmel" <Nycole.Turmel@parl.gc.ca>,
>>> Clemet1 <Clemet1@parl.gc.ca>, maritime_malaise
>>> <maritime_malaise@yahoo.ca>, oig <oig@sec.gov>, whistleblower
>>> <whistleblower@finra.org>, whistle <whistle@fsa.gov.uk>, david
>>> <david@fairwhistleblower.ca>
>>> Cc: j.kroes@interpol.int, David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>,
>>> bernadine.chapman@rcmp-grc.gc.ca, "justin.trudeau.a1"
>>> <justin.trudeau.a1@parl.gc.ca>, "Juanita.Peddle"
>>> <Juanita.Peddle@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, oldmaison <oldmaison@yahoo.com>,
>>> "Wayne.Lang" <Wayne.Lang@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "Robert.Trevors"
>>> <Robert.Trevors@gnb.ca>, "ian.fahie" <ian.fahie@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>
>>>
>>> http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news-nouvelles/media-medias-eng.htm
>>>
>>> http://nb.rcmpvet.ca/Newsletters/VetsReview/nlnov06.pdf
>>>
>>>
>>> From: Gilles Moreau <Gilles.Moreau@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>
>>> Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 08:03:22 -0500
>>> Subject: Re: Lets ee if the really nasty Newfy Lawyer Danny Boy
>>> Millions will explain this email to you or your boss Vic Toews EH
>>> Constable Peddle???
>>> To: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>>>
>>> Please cease and desist from using my name in your emails.
>>>
>>> Gilles Moreau, Chief Superintendent, CHRP and ACC
>>> Director General
>>> HR Transformation
>>> 73 Leikin Drive, M5-2-502
>>> Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R2
>>>
>>> Tel 613-843-6039
>>> Cel 613-818-6947
>>>
>>> Gilles Moreau, surintendant principal, CRHA et ACC
>>> Directeur général de la Transformation des ressources humaines
>>> 73 Leikin, pièce M5-2-502
>>> Ottawa, ON K1A 0R2
>>>
>>> tél 613-843-6039
>>> cel 613-818-6947
>>> gilles.moreau@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
>>>
>>>
>>>>>> David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com> 2012-11-21 00:01 >>>
>>>
>>> Could ya tell I am investigating your pension plan bigtime? Its
>>> because no member of the RCMP I have ever encountered has earned it
>>> yet
>>>
>>> Obviously I am the guy the USDOJ and the SEC would not name who is the
>>> link to Madoff and Putnam Investments
>>>
>>> Here is why
>>>
>>> http://banking.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Hearings.Hearing&Hearing_ID=90f8e691-9065-4f8c-a465-72722b47e7f2
>>>
>>> Notice the transcripts and webcasts of the hearing of the US Senate
>>> Banking Commitee are still missing? Mr Emory should at least notice
>>> Eliot Spitzer and the Dates around November 20th, 2003 in the
>>> following file
>>>
>>> http://www.checktheevidence.com/pdf/2526023-DAMOSIntegrity-yea-right.-txt.pdf
>>>
>>> NONE of you should have assisted in the cover up of MURDER CORRECT???
>>>
>>>
>>> http://www.gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p2/2011/2011-06-22/html/sor-dors122-eng.html
>>>
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "David Amos" <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>
>>> To: <Edith.Cody-Rice@cbc.ca>; <Rob.Renaud@cbc.ca>
>>> Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 7:45 PM
>>> Subject: Question # 1 who the hell is Rob Renaus and di Robert Jone
>>> and Jaques Poitra and Alan white etc forward you my latest emails
>>>
>>>
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: Edith Cody-Rice <Edith.Cody-Rice@cbc.ca>
>>> Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 16:53:07 -0500
>>> Subject: Calls and E-mails to CBC
>>> To: david.raymond.amos@gmail.com
>>> Cc: Rob Renaud <Rob.Renaud@cbc.ca>
>>>
>>> Dear Mr. Amos:
>>>
>>> CBC personnel have contacted me concerning your calls and e-mails to
>>> them. As you are threatening legal action, would you kindly direct any
>>> further calls or correspondence to me. Other CBC personnel will not
>>> respond further to your correspondence or calls.
>>>
>>>
>>> Edith Cody-Rice
>>> Senior Legal Counsel
>>> Premier Conseiller juridique
>>> CBC/Radio-Canada
>>> 181 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1K9
>>> Postal Address: P.O. Box 3220, Station C, Ottawa K1Y 1E4
>>> Tel: (613) 288-6164
>>> Cell: (613) 720-5185
>>> Fax/ Télécopieur (613) 288-6279
>>>
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>>>
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: David Amos <motomaniac333@gmail.com>
>>> Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2012 14:10:14 -0400
>>> Subject: Yo Mr Bauer say hey to your client Obama and his buddies in
>>> the USDOJ for me will ya?
>>> To: RBauer <RBauer@perkinscoie.com>, sshimshak@paulweiss.com,
>>> cspada@lswlaw.com, msmith <msmith@svlaw.com>, bginsberg
>>> <bginsberg@pattonboggs.com>, "gregory.craig"
>>> <gregory.craig@skadden.com>, pm <pm@pm.gc.ca>, "bob.paulson"
>>> <bob.paulson@rcmp-grc.gc.ca>, "bob.rae"
>>> <bob.rae@rogers.blackberry.net>, MulcaT <MulcaT@parl.gc.ca>, leader
>>> <leader@greenparty.ca>
>>> Cc: alevine@cooley.com, David Amos <david.raymond.amos@gmail.com>,
>>> michael.rothfeld@wsj.com, remery@ecbalaw.com
>>>
>>> http://qslspolitics.blogspot.com/2009/03/david-amos-to-wendy-olsen-on.html
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Senator Mac Harb owes $231K in expenses
CBC News
Posted: Jun 12, 2013 3:41 PM ET

Senator Mac Harb was ordered by a Senate committee to repay $51,000
in expenses on May 9. Now, the chair of that committe says Harb's
total expenses bill is closer to $240,000. (Fred Chartrand/Canadian
Press)
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Senator Mac Harb owes about $230,000 in expenses claimed improperly,
the outgoing chair of the Senate's internal economy committee says.

Conservative Senator David Tkachuk told the CBC's Laurie Graham this
afternoon, "Senator Marc Harb owes $240,000." When asked for more
information, Tkachuk would only add, "I know because I wrote the
letter to Mr. Harb myself."

His office later clarified the total as being $231,649.07. The total
for living expenses adds up to $179,207, including interest. For
mileage claims, the total is $52,441, also including interest. These
amounts date back to the year 2005-06, according to Tkachuk's office.
Harb was appointed to the Senate by former prime minister Jean
Chrétien in 2003.

A Senate report last month ordered Harb to repay $51,000 in housing
and living expenses claimed over 18 months from April 2011 to
September 2012, but also asked auditors to take a look at claims going
back several years earlier.
Tkachuk, who is stepping down as chair of the Senate's committee on
internal economy at the end of the week for health reasons, confirmed
that Harb's new bill includes the amount of $51,000.

Harb resigned from the Liberal caucus in the wake of the May 13 Senate
report, saying he would fight the findings in court. He is now sitting
as an Independent and has retained Michel Bastarache, a retired
Supreme Court justice, as his lawyer.

Harb had claimed a house he owns near Pembroke, Ont., as his primary
residence and had charged expenses for maintaining a dwelling in
Ottawa as a secondary residence. Senators who live 100 kilometres or
more from Ottawa are permitted to expense up to $25,000 a year for the
costs of having a residence in the capital close to their Senate
workplace.

However, the Senate said that the rules around primary residences are
"clear" and 'unambiguous," and ordered that since Harb spends most of
his time in Ottawa he should repay money he claimed.

Harb was once an Ottawa alderman and then a Liberal MP for the riding
of Ottawa Centre, and seems to have lived most of his life in the
capital since he immigrated to Canada from Lebanon as a young man. He
purchased the home near Pembroke in 2010.

He has argued that the rules of residency are not clear, and that as a
senator appointed to represent Ontario he did nothing wrong as long as
he lived in the province.

CBC News attempted to call Harb Wednesday afternoon but was told he
was not in his Senate office. His lawyer, when contacted, said Harb
will be making a statement within a few days.


Duality's long grip on New Brunswick politics
Premiers have handled the debate over duality for decades
By Jacques Poitras, CBC News
Posted: Oct 18, 2012 7:32 AM AT
Last Updated: Oct 18, 2012 1:25 PM AT

Dr. Marc Pelletier, a heart surgeon, said doctors at the Saint John
Heart Centre see themselves as working for a provincial program. (CBC)
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For a facility that recently found itself pulled into the latest
hot-button debate about language rights in New Brunswick, the Saint
John Heart Centre is remarkably quiet and easy-going.

It's a typical morning as staff answer phones in both languages,
talking by phone to patients who've been referred to the centre for
open-heart surgery.

The centre may be located in the Saint John Regional Hospital, but the
staff and doctors don't exactly see it that way.

"We view ourselves, although we're in [the Horizon Health Authority],
as a provincial program," says Dr. Marc Pelletier, one of the centre's
cardiac surgeons.

"And within that the mandate is to provide bilingual services."

From the moment a patient is referred to the heart centre, their
language of choice, English or French, is recorded. It becomes part of
their medical chart, so that everyone at the centre knows what their
preference is.

"We try to ensure that those patients are allowed to go through the
system at every step of the way in the language that they're
comfortable with," Pelletier says.

Fundy-River Valley MLA Jim Parrott reignited the duality debate with
his comments last month.
Last month, Fundy-River Valley MLA Dr. Jim Parrott, the heart surgeon
who helped establish the centre, was kicked out of Premier David
Alward's Progressive Conservative caucus in part for his comments on
duality.

Parrott said he was against attempts to duplicate specialized
services, such as cardiac surgery, by establishing parallel
institutions — the goal of Égalité Santé en français, a lobby group
based in Moncton.

"They're looking at a breast health clinic at the [Dr. Georges-L]
Dumont [Regional Hospital] in Moncton," Parrott said.

"There's already one at the City [Hospital in Moncton]. Now are French
ladies' breasts different than English ladies' breasts? I don't think
so."

But Parrott clarified that he's not against patients being served in
the language of their choice—an important distinction, and a right
that Pelletier says is being respected at the heart centre.

In fact, a recent survey of francophone patients showed a satisfaction
rate of 97 per cent with the service they received in their language.
Surgeons at the centre perform 750 open-heart surgeries each year.
It's the only cardiac centre in the province.

Nathalie Godbout said her family received excellent service in French
from the heart centre. (CBC)
"Saint John is modelling, I think, how it can and should be done in
every hospital in the province," says Nathalie Godbout, a Saint John
lawyer whose francophone father was a patient at the centre last year.

"It was impressive to the whole family actually that he was able to
receive meaningful care there," she says.

"It wasn't just passable French. It was meaningful conversations. He
was always understood. He was always able to have very good
conversations about the decisions he had to make medically."

Pelletier says the centre's commitment to bilingual service makes more
sense than setting up a second centre for francophone.

Not only it is less expensive, it makes sense for medical reasons, he argues.

"If we went to two centres, one that did 500 open-heart surgeries and
one that did 250, as an example, we'd be looking at two of the
smallest heart surgery centres in all of Canada," he says.

"How would you have enough physicians to take calls all the time, how
would you have enough physicians to respond to emergencies, to those
types of things?"

But Dr. Hubert Dupuis, the lead spokesperson for Égalité Santé en
français, says while Pelletier is a francophone himself, his reasoning
is "an argument you hear often from the anglophone side, from
anglophone institutions.

Dr. Hubert Dupuis, left, of Égalité Santé en français has been
advocating for more health services in French. (CBC)
"Yes, he has the obligation to serve his patients in both official
languages, like everybody else at the Saint John Heart Centre," Dupuis
says.

"But that does not mean we can't have services for cardiac patients on
the francophone side, inside a francophone institution, where we will
also serve anglophones and francophones in the language of their
choice."

Duality debate
The debate over duality goes back several decades. In 1969, the
legislature unanimously passed the Official Languages Act, which gave
New Brunswickers the right to be served by the government in English
or French.

The law was controversial, but over time, most New Brunswickers
accepted—sometimes grudgingly—the logic of the legislation, which is
about individual rights.

Acadian activists debated ideas such as creating a separate Acadian
province at a 1979 convention. (CBC)
In the 1970s, another concept of language rights started to get
attention: collective rights, also known as community rights.

In 1979, Acadian activists gathered at the Convention d'orientation
nationale des Acadiens, a meeting that debated ideas such as creating
a separate Acadian province. Another popular theme was collective
rights—allowing the francophone community to govern its own
institutions.

This was, in some ways, the opposite of bilingualism: not one
institution serving two language groups, but two institutions, each
serving one language group.

"What it means according to me is a service that is planned for, and
recognizant of the special needs of the community to be served, not a
translation of the services given to another group," says Michel
Bastarache, a retired Supreme Court of Canada justice.

The concept first took root in the education system. Francophones
complained that being forced to go to school in English had led to
assimilation: the loss of their mother tongue and their culture.

The Richard Hatfield government created duality in the school system,
and in 1981 passed Bill 88, which recognized the equality of the two
language "communities" as well as "their right to distinct
institutions within which cultural, education and social activities
may be carried on."

But that was all the duality Hatfield was willing to contemplate: when
Bastarache co-authored a report recommending extending duality to
other government departments, there was a heated backlash, and the
government shelved the idea.

In 1992, the Charlottetown constitutional agreement included a section
on New Brunswick linguistic duality, essentially incorporating Bill 88
into the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Canadians voted down the
Charlottetown deal in a referendum, but in New Brunswick, the Yes side
had 63 per cent of the vote.

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney, right, former N.B. premier Frank
McKenna, and cabinet minister Bernard Valcourt stand together as Bill
88 was incorporated into the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. (CBC)
Premier Frank McKenna interpreted that as a popular mandate to push
ahead, and the New Brunswick legislature and the Canadian Parliament
both ratified an amendment to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms,
Section 16.1, that included language similar to Bill 88.

At the time, McKenna and his ministers assured New Brunswickers the
amendment would not broaden duality—it would only enshrine the status
quo.

"We're talking about it in the sense of an education and cultural
institutions," cabinet minister Vaughn Blaney said at the time.

"There's no change from what we have now, physically. There's no
financial obligation."

But some skeptics, including Confederation of Regions MLA Brent
Taylor, pointed to a slight difference in the wording of Section 16.1.
It says the two linguistic communities "have equality of status and
equal rights and privileges, including the right to distinct education
institutions and … distinct cultural institutions."

Taylor warned that the word "including" might lead the courts to "open
a window" to a right to duality beyond education and culture.

Taylor's comments were prescient: francophone legal scholars who
advocate broader language rights now point to that very word,
"including," in making their argument that Section 16.1 could imply a
right to dual health institutions.

Legal milestone
Another legal milestone came in 1999, with the Supreme Court of
Canada's Beaulac decision, authored by Justice Michel Bastarache.

Michel Bastarache, a retired Supreme Court justice, wrote the
important Beaulac decision in 1999. (Supreme Court of Canada)
"Language rights must in all cases be interpreted purposively, in a
manner consistent with the preservation and development of official
language communities in Canada," Bastarache wrote [his emphasis].

That in essence ordered all lower courts in Canada to interpret
language laws broadly.

In 2008, in an interview with CBC News, Bastarache — without referring
directly to Beaulac — said the courts "have to, in every case, give
the maximum control possible to the minority group, in those instances
where the service is essential to maintaining its cultural
cohesiveness."

The Beaulac decision and Section 16.1 of the charter were both cited
by the New Brunswick Court of Appeal in 2001 when it ruled that
municipalities were subject to the Official Languages Act. And both
now loom over the debate over duality in the health care system.

Another factor in the health discussion is the Shawn Graham
government's 2008 decision to merge eight regional health authorities
into two.

At first, Dupuis fought the merger in court, with a now-retired
Bastarache providing legal advice. They argued that eliminating the
regional health authority in the Moncton area was unconstitutional
because it would deprive francophones of their own health-care
institution.

Eventually they dropped the suit when the Liberal government agreed to
recognize the Vitalité health authority as francophone, though still
requiring it to provide service in English as well. The province also
promised a "catch-up" plan to ensure specialized services in Vitalité
comparable to what is available in Horizon.

Pelletier says the creation of the two RHAs has added to the confusion
over language, because it creates a perception that duality already
exists.

"One is smaller than the other, and one is primarily French and one is
primarily English. So yes, I think that has led to a lot of what
you're seeing now, which is, `Why does one group have something and we
don't have it?'"

Former premier Shawn Graham agreed in 2010 to a settlement to enhance
health services in French instead of fighting a legal battle. (CBC)
Pelletier says he still believes it makes more sense to have a single
heart centre serving both language groups equally. "I think you create
those provincial programs and you ensure they have a mandate to be
bilingual, to serve the whole province, and then you fund them and you
support them to that end," he says.

"And that's where I think the solution is, rather than creating two
different programs for everything that one service may have and the
other may not have."

While it's clear that francophone opinion is not monolithic, it's not
evident how many francophones would agree with Pelletier's vision and
how many would favour Dr. Dupuis's.

What is clear, however, is that Section 16.1 and the Beaulac decision
have made several New Brunswick governments reluctant to provoke a
legal showdown.

Premier Bernard Lord revised the Official Languages Act in 2002 rather
than take the ruling on municipal bilingualism to the Supreme Court,
and Premier Shawn Graham agreed to a settlement of the RHA dispute in
2010 instead of allowing the lawsuit to run its course.

And earlier this month, in a meeting with Dupuis, the Alward
government agreed to finally deliver the "catch-up" plan promised by
Graham in 2010.

They understand the reality that Bastarache pointed out in a CBC News
interview in 2008: a court fight would be risky, and potentially
expensive.

"The courts can't decide on the scope of the rights in isolation,"
Bastarache said.

"You can't say `the rights apply only to health services.' They'll
give a broader definition of the word duality, of the obligations of
the government, and then they may be forced to look at other
institutions."

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