Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Hey Chad Lucas Remember me now?

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2014 13:53:09 -0300
Subject: Hey Chad Lucas Remember me now?
To:, justmin <>, PREMIER
<>, msegal <>, merricra
<>, "steve.graham" <>
Cc: David Amos <>, "rene.gallant"
<>, glen <>

Chad Lucas
Media Relations Advisor
Phone: (902) 424-3313
Cell: 478-7302

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2013 03:49:43 -0300
Subject: We shall see if this big talking ex CIA dude has any balls
Notice I sent him the same stuff Obama's lawyer got?
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<>, "leanne.murray"
premier <>,,, "Jacques.Poitras" <>,, "Dale.McGowan"
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From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 22:29:25 -0300
Subject: RE Death by shame – Rehtaeh Parsons I just called from 902 800 0369
To:,,,, RBauer <>
Cc: David Amos <>,, "Leanne.Fitch"
<>, "leanne.murray"

As soon as my fourteen year old daughter in the USA made this video for
me in 2007 the whole world attacked her and her big sister in Nova
Scotia and still do to this very day while the media, the politicians,
RCMP and everybody else just laughed at our plight

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 22:10:40 -0300
Subject: Mr Allard I just called from 902 800 0369 This daughter of
mine lives in the USA
Cc: David Amos <>

I believe this you

Audrie's family is asking for any students with information to please
contact our attorney, Robert Allard at or
408-289-1417 ...

and this is me

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 21:43:55 -0300
Subject: RE Way Past High Time to sue Tell Steve Graham and Ross
Laundry they better talk to me before I talk to the Parsons
To: " \"bob.paulson\""
<>, "steve.graham"
<>, "Randy.McGinnis"
<>, "Dale.McGowan"
<>, "Wayne.Lang"
<>, police <>, andre
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jacques boucher <>, oldmaison
Cc: David Amos <>, "Pierre.Beaudoin"
<>, "brent.blackmore"

Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2007 12:02:35 -0400
From: "Murphy, Michael B. \(DH/MS\)"

January 30, 2007


Mr. David Amos

Dear Mr. Amos:

This will acknowledge receipt of a copy of your e-mail of December 29,
2006 to Corporal Warren McBeath of the RCMP. Because of the nature of
the allegations made in your message, I have taken the measure of
forwarding a copy to Assistant Commissioner Steve Graham of the RCMP
"J" Division in Fredericton.


Honourable Michael B. Murphy
Minister of Health

Cpl. Scott MacRae
Media Relations
Halifax District RCMP
Cell: (902) 488-2830

Just so you know

If I see my daughters' faces in the corporate media or on this French
bastard's blog I will sue everybody twice

15:00 Grace Amos might be Mrtrolicious
by Teslabrotherhood7 • 158 views


All Comments (14)

David Amos 3 months ago

Well Pervert your fanboyz should Google your old Nazi butt buddy
Werner Bock and Aliens to see the video you stole from me and
retitled with your UFO bullsit YOU should give your pal John Green of
QSLS in Fat Fred City a call when you get out of jail EH Dirty Dicky
Dean aka Deab Roger Ray? In the "Mean: time say Hoka Hey to you wacko
mother, dumb Mayor Samson and evil Sgt Gary Rhodes of Sylvan Lake for
me will ya? They all know you as just a nasty FED shill who
cvberstalked my kids for years

David Amos 4 months ago

The RCMP in Sylvan Lake Alberta should ask their evil shill Dean Roger
Ray aka Dirty Dicky Dean who I am talking to and about what as was
recorded within this video. FYI the DUMB CORRUPT COPS BIG CLUE for
over a year has been the photo of MY underage daughter that that sick
perverts such as Dean Roger Ray, Dana Durnford, Eddy Atchem, Ryan
Elson and Mr Baconfat have loved to make fun of or threaten and
sexually harass since 2007 CORRECTStaff Sergeant Gary Rhodes and
Sergeant Michelle Boutin???

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

Looking over my old David Raymond Amos files he connects to cps!
Child protection services in Canada and the states connects to Ewen
Camerons work which was banned from the states and continued in

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

David Raymond Amos your even linked to silencing people when they were
drugging kids with attention deficit disorder. They would grab welfare
kids whos parents were on assistance and give them a nasty letter that
their child is being monitored. Then they would prescribe drugs made
by Ewen Cameron. What was that drug ritalin and some other dangerous

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

Did you really think I was clueless Amos?

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

oops forgot to put hells angels in the tags brb.

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

David Amos's kid uploads a video and even mentions a friend who
contacts her in the hideaway. She has this video on a channel she used
to stalk me. Amos you taught her well I should of added when you were
in the interview bragging how you use to work for RCMP as a shill
ratting on Hells Angels.

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

Grace I am sure Canadian tire franchise is mighty proud of your daddys work.

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

How are you Grace how is the spy life?

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

David Raymond Amos was also key in silencing farmers who were exposed
to a urainium mine and their cattle were dieing.

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

David Raymond Amos was an agent who went after Byron pryor to shut him
up. David Raymond Amos also fought Anonymous trolls stearing me onto
makaelectric then Montagraph. I decided to embarrass him showing i was
the better agent for the task and destroyed Montagraph and
makaelectric for them.

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

The voice is a bit different but in both videos there is a mention of
woods and isolation. I think the area is Chapman one of Amos safe

Teslabrotherhood7 1 year ago

If I am right Vonhelton was being hacked! lol you have a David Amos infection.
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From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 22:37:07 -0300
Subject: We shall see if this big talking ex CIA dude has any balls
Notice I sent him the same stuff Obama's lawyer got?
Cc: David Amos <>

Death by shame – Rehtaeh Parsons
April 12, 2013 No
I am incensed. I hope you are
too. The story of Rehtaeh Parsons and her death because of the two
years of online humiliation following her 2011 rape at the tender age
of 15. Her attackers videotaped the incident, then shared the
incident. I claim no expertise on Canadian law, nor that of the
province of Nova Scotia, but I find myself asking "What the hell is
the prosecutors in Nova Scotia waiting for?" Rehtaeh Parsons is not
the first child to die of bullycide, I've written about many
(BurgessCT Bullying) deaths fully attributable to the bullying
inflicted by individuals and the peer-crowd on a child. Deep
introspection needs to take place within the community, education
system, justice department and parent groups as the death of this
child highlights the shortcomings.

CNC News reported: RCMP confirm they investigated the allegations and
consulted with the Crown, and it was determined there was not enough
evidence to proceed."We have to deal in facts and not rumours," said
RCMP Cpl. Scott MacRae. "We may not be able to go down certain roads
because of the tragic circumstance. I feel like the door is always
open for people to talk to a police agency." The family said they were
told the photographs were not a criminal issue even though Rehtaeh was

Though the crown found insufficient evidence, the Anonymous group, an
entity many consider scofflaws in their own right, offered up the
following demands to the NS RCMP: Anonymous has confirmed the
identities of two of the four alleged rapists. We are currently
confirming a third and it is only a matter of time before the fourth
is identified as well. Our demands are simple: We want the N.S. RCMP
to take immediate legal action against the individuals in question. We
encourage you to act fast. If we were able to locate these boys within
2 hours, it will not be long before someone else finds them.

Glen Canning, Rehtaeh Parsons father said to the Justice Minister of
Nova Scotia: To the Justice Minister of Nova Scotia: Rehtaeh Parsons
thought the worst outcome for her case would be no charges against the
men who raped her but we all know better. The worst thing that could
happen would be charges. That they would be found guilty, and that
Rehtaeh would sit on a court bench and listen in utter disbelief as
they were given parole, or a suspended sentence, or community service.
All for completely destroying her life while they laughed. Why is it
they didn't just think they would get away with it; they knew they
would get away with it. They took photos of it. They posted it on
their Facebook walls. They emailed it to God knows who. They shared it
with the world as if it was a funny animation.

I agree with the parents of Rehtaeh Parsons, their daughter's case
lacked import to the law enforcement entities. Wonder how the Nova
Scotia's Justice Minister, Ross Landry would feel about the issue if
it was his son or daughter in the photo and not Rehtaeh Parsons? So
now that we have a child dead, the Nova Scotia provincial government
goes into damage control and cover your ass mode, read on:

April 9: Justice Minister Ross Landry said today, April 9, he has
asked senior government officials to present options, as soon as
possible, to review the Rehtaeh Parsons case. "This situation is
tragic, I am deeply saddened – as I think are all Nova Scotians – by
the death of this young woman," said Mr. Landry. "As a parent, I can't
imagine the pain this family is going through at this time. My
thoughts are with them." Mr. Landry said he hopes to meet with Leah
Parsons, Rehtaeh's mother, to discuss her experience with the justice
system. "I know that law enforcement and the public prosecution
service do their best, every day, to administer and enforce the law,"
said Mr. Landry. "It's important that Nova Scotians have faith in the
justice system and I am committed to exploring the mechanisms that
exist to review the actions of all relevant authorities to ensure the
system is always working to the best of its ability, in pursuit of
justice." Mr. Landry said he has been reviewing details of the case
and consulting with officials throughout the day, and expects options
within the next few days.

April 10: Ramona Jennex, Education and Early Childhood Development
Minister, today, April 10, asked Halifax Regional School Board to
review its response in the Rehtaeh Parsons case. "This is a
heartbreaking situation and my thoughts and prayers go out to the
family," Ms. Jennex said. "If there are gaps in the education system
that need to be addressed and fixed to ensure more families in the
province don't have to go through the same horrific tragedy as the
Parsons family, we will do whatever we can to close those gaps as
quickly as possible," said Ms. Jennex. Ms. Jennex met with the Halifax
board chair and superintendent today to begin the review process. She
has asked department staff for options on how the province can review
Ms. Parsons's experience in the school system. Justice Minister Ross
Landry has also asked senior officials for options to review how
police and the Public Prosecution Service handled the case. "Earlier
today, I met with a loving and brave family," said Mr. Landry. "They
shared with me the details of the events that led to this terrible
tragedy. The family and I agree that the distribution of photos online
is very concerning and must be addressed." The province has also
offered the school board more support services, including counselling
and mental health services. "Across government and in our communities,
we need to take a long, hard look at this devastating tragedy and make
sure we're responding to the needs of Nova Scotia's children and
youth," said Ms. Jennex. "Young people need to know where they can
turn for help, and we all have a role to play in raising our youth to
be responsible and respectful of each other." Nova Scotians of all
ages should not have to worry about getting access to the services
they may need. Everyone can access emergency mental health services by
calling the mental health crisis line at 1-888-429-8167. Staff at the
crisis line will be able to offer some help on the phone. They can
direct the person to the emergency room and let the hospital know they
are coming, or direct the person to the emergency services they need
in their community if they do not need the ER. People can also access
services by calling 211, 811, or by visiting an emergency room or
family doctor.

April 11: Premier Darrell Dexter, today, April 11, asked Marilyn
More, Minister responsible for the Advisory Council on the Status of
Women, to co-ordinate Nova Scotia's response to the tragic events that
led to the death of Rehtaeh Parsons. "The past few days have shocked,
horrified and saddened all of us," said Premier Dexter. "I want the
Parsons family to know that they have my support. They are in my
thoughts and prayers. I, along with thousands of Nova Scotians and
Canadians, stand behind them at this difficult time." The province
asked Halifax Regional School Board to review its response to the
case. Justice Minister Ross Landry has also asked senior officials for
options to review how police and the Public Prosecution Service
handled the case. "Government is prepared to look at everything to
ensure that no family has to go through this same tragedy," said
Premier Dexter. "It is time to look for answers and it is a time that
we as parents, government, and society, do all we can to ensure this
tragic situation does not repeat itself." Ms. More will be supported
by Lynn Hartwell, associate deputy minister of the Department of
Community Services. Ms. Hartwell will work with senior officials
across government and provincial leaders in mental health, sexual
assault, policing and education to identify options for system-wide
improvements. "Nova Scotia will learn from this terrible tragedy,"
said Ms. More. "Right now, it is a time to care and be kind to one
another. Nova Scotians have pulled together in tragic times in the
past, and they are doing so now."We will honour Rehtaeh's life by
supporting each other more effectively in the future. Govenment is
committing to a better co-ordinated system of supports and services."
"I want to thank Nova Scotians for supporting Rehtaeh's family, for
respecting their privacy and their wish to not fight bullying with
bullying," said Premier Dexter. "They are in our hearts and minds as
we build a plan forward and help each other through this." Nova
Scotians who are experiencing traumatic events are encouraged to
access mental health services as quickly as possible. People can
access emergency mental health services by calling the mental health
crisis line at 1-888-429-8167. Staff will be able to offer some help
on the phone and can direct people to the emergency room and let the
hospital know they are coming. They can also direct people to the
emergency services they need in their community, if they do not need
the ER. People can also access services by calling 211, 811, or by
visiting an emergency room or family doctor.

April 12: Nova Scotians mourning the loss of Rehtaeh Parsons can
express condolences and send sympathies to her family through an
online page at Marilyn More, Minister
responsible for the Advisory Council on the Status of Women, is
co-ordinating Nova Scotia's response to the tragic events that led to
the death of Ms. Parsons."The Parsons family are in our thoughts and
prayers and I know all of Nova Scotia stands behind them at this
difficult time," said Ms. More. "This is a time to care and be kind to
one another." The province will collect the messages and prepare a
book of condolences for the family.

If you want to make your thoughts known to the Nova Scotia government
their media people are:

Nova Scotia Government Media Contacts:

Chad Lucas
Education and Early Childhood Development
Cell: 902-478-7302

Megan Tonet
Department of Justice
Cell: 902-237-0449

Jennifer Stewart
Premier's Office
Cell: 902-497-7198

Elizabeth MacDonald
Cell: 902-717-0580

They appear sincere in their condolences, they are also in the
spot-light. On Sunday, 14 April 2013 – there is a social media led
protest being organized, called Justice for Rehtaeh which will occur
at 12-noon, at the RCMP Offices in Halifax – 1975 Gottingen Street,
Halifax, NS. You may wish to attend to lend your voice.

Out thoughts and prayers go out to Rehtaeh Parsons, her family and the
people of Nova Scotia who expected better from their community, their
public servants and their elected officials.

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'Anonymous' won't release names of Rehtaeh Parsons suspects
Group claiming to be hacktivist network plans protest in Halifax
CBC News Posted: Apr 12, 2013 9:17 AM AT Last Updated: Apr 12, 2013 5:40 PM AT

A group purported to be hacktivists Anonymous says that at the request
of the family of Nova Scotia teenager Rehtaeh Parsons, it will
withhold the names of the individuals alleged to have raped the
teenager before her death, but adds others might not go along with
that decision.

The 17-year-old was taken off life support and died Sunday following a
suicide attempt.

Her mother, Leah Parsons, alleges Rehtaeh was raped by four boys who
took photos of the incident, which she says sparked bullying and

No charges have been laid.

"We feel that honoring the Parsons' wishes while they lay their
daughter Rehtaeh to rest is the respectful thing to do," said a
statement released Thursday from the purported group.

Earlier this week, a group claiming to be the leaderless,
international collective vowed to identify those involved in the
victimization of the teenager. In a video, a masked figure linked to
the infamous hacktivists threatened to release the young men's names
if authorities didn't reopen the case.

Where to call for help

Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868

N.S. Mental Heath Mobile Crisis Team: 1-888-429-8167
But "it has come to our attention that several names have already been
posted online to various websites, even tossed around on Twitter. Be
aware that 99 per cent of you have named someone that is innocent,"
they wrote.

"We aren't playing guilty until proven innocent. We apologize to those
of you who want this type of justice, but bashing someone's reputation
online is just not good enough."

In the group's latest statement, it claims to have seen what it calls
a confession from one of the young men, who admits he had sex with
Rehtaeh and names three other boys who had sex with her as well.

The online collective said screenshots of this confession have been
made available to police.

This has not been verified.

The group said if at some point it does decide to release names, it
will ensure people know Anonymous is behind the leak.

Putting a face to Anonymous
Jon Blanchard, who says he's a Halifax member of Anonymous, is trying
to bring accountability to Nova Scotia.

Blanchard says the government's handling of the Parsons case reminds
him of neglectful bureaucracies in the developing world.

Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter has appointed four government
departments to look into the death of the teen. Both Dexter and
Federal Justice Minister Rob Nicholson have urged people not to become

Blanchard said the case has attracted the collective's attention
because of a perceived lack of official concern.

"While everybody is shuffling the papers and trying to find what went
wrong, they are the same people that let a 17-year-old girl kill
herself," he said.

Hopes teen 'did not die in vain'
Anonymous and its offshoot, Lulz Security, have been linked to a
number of high-profile computer attacks and crimes, including many
that were meant to embarrass governments, federal agencies and
corporate giants

But Blanchard said he has worked with Anonymous to publicize human
rights issues in the developing world, including Syria and the
Maldives. He says details are different, but the government response
is the same.

"We are doing the same kind of bureaucratic no-speak that they are,
and it's alarming and frankly embarrassing for me as a Nova Scotian. "

Blanchard said he hopes Rehtaeh's legacy will be one of change.

"What the Anonymous community is trying to do is make sure that she
did not die in vain."

A demonstration outside police headquarters in Halifax this weekend
will be held by the group claiming to be Anonymous.

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