‘Unequal Justice’

“The lawyer for a drunk driver who killed a family of four in Saskatoon last year has defended ‘alternative justice’ measures after the bereaved family expressed outrage that the driver was no longer in a penitentiary.

“In January, Catherine McKay received a sentence of 10 years for killing Chanda and Jordan Van de Vorst and their children, Kamryn and Miguire, while she was driving impaired.

“Jordan’s father, Lou Van de Vorst, expressed outrage this week after McKay was transferred to a healing lodge for ‘indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} women one month after she received her sentence.

“We’re hurt. We’re angry. We’re upset,” said Van de Vorst. “To me the punishment doesn’t fit the crime. Something’s not right there.” {!} 

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‘Conning The System’

Exploiting the racial bias in Canadian sentencing:
‘Man behind violent jewelry store heist delays sentencing at last minute by telling court his mother is Cherokee’ 

“Just when he was supposed to be sentenced for a violent jewelry store heist, Wallace Piercey surprised everyone with a branch on his family tree.

“Piercey’s mother, Ontario Court Justice Michael O’Dea was told, is Cherokee — a fact he hadn’t told his defence lawyer, the Crown or the probation officer who wrote his pre-sentence report.

“That little detail was enough to require a so-called ‘Gladue’ report, a specialized pre-sentence report {only} for ‘indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} people. Continue reading ‘Conning The System’

‘Undermining Public Safety’

Here’s a classic example of how RACE BASED LAW works to everyone’s detriment…

“Last Saturday night, Darrell Moosomin walked away from prison.

“Classified as a dangerous offender, the 54-year-old had been serving an indeterminate sentence in a minimum-security ‘First Nations’ Healing Lodge in central Alberta. Over the weekend, he was granted permission to attend a powwow ceremony under the supervision of an elder.

“He was reported missing at 8:45 p.m. that night…” Continue reading ‘Undermining Public Safety’

‘Judge Validates Aboriginal Racism’

“A Calgary ‘indigenous’ woman who knocked out a Caucasian woman’s tooth while yelling “I hate white people”, didn’t commit a racially motivated crime, a judge says.

“Provincial court Judge Harry Van Harten, in a written decision,
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said Tamara Crowchief’s motivation for striking Lydia White was not related to racial bias.

“The offender said, ‘I hate white people’ and threw a punch {!},” Van Harten said in his ruling. “There is no evidence either way about what the offender meant {?} or whether . . . she holds or promotes an ideology which would explain why this assault was aimed at this victim,” he said.

“I am not satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that this offence was, even in part {!}, motivated by racial bias.” {Unbelievable…}

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‘Furthering Segregated Law’

‘American ‘Tribal Court’ Lawyer Takes Over As Dean of Canadian Law School’

“Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario has appointed Angelique Eaglewoman, a Native American Indian FROM SOUTH DAKOTA, to lead the ‘’Bora Laskin Faculty of Law’… The Bora Laskin Faculty of Law opened in the fall of 2013, making it Canada’s newest law school.

“Ms. Eaglewoman served as General Counsel for her own people {No, not Americans…}, the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate (one of the Dakota Nations), and has also SERVED AS A TRIBAL JUDGE IN FOUR TRIBAL COURT SYSTEMS. She will leave her current position as a law professor and legal scholar at the University of Idaho College of Law…

“Eaglewoman said she was drawn in part by LAKEHEAD’S MANDATORY FIRST AND SECOND-YEAR COURSES IN ‘ABORIGINAL LAW’..  Continue reading ‘Furthering Segregated Law’

‘Guess Who Likes Two-Tiered Justice?’

This ‘Globe and Mail’ editorial would be humorous if they weren’t offering foolish opinions on such a serious subject:

‘B.C. and other provinces should pursue idea of more ‘First Nations’ courts’

“The ‘Tsilhqot’in National Government’, in British Columbia, is the first instance of a recognition of ‘aboriginal title’ to a territory.

“But aboriginal title is not simply sovereignty or independence from Canada.

{“Not simply”??? Get a grip! It most definitely means NEITHER “sovereignty or independence from Canada”. This misinformation indicates a serious lack of understanding of the subject from the Globe editorial board.

While aboriginal racial nationalists might wish ‘aboriginal title’ to mean “sovereignty or independence”, there is no legal foundation for this statement {See below} – a misconception that encourages anti-Canadian sentiment and delusions of ‘Turtle Island’ among aboriginal activists…}  Continue reading ‘Guess Who Likes Two-Tiered Justice?’

‘Trudeau Misses The Point’

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a change in culture is needed within Canadian police forces to ensure ‘indigenous people’ are treated the same as everyone else.

{Wouldn’t that be nice! And it could start with the arrests of numerous aboriginal offenders in Caledonia, as well as Shawn Brant and his cronies, and the organizers of blockades, etc. Oh, wait — i’ve been informed that’s not what he meant…}

“Trudeau told a CBC forum Sunday night that a “pervasive culture” in police forces, governments and religious communities has led to ‘indigenous people’ being ‘less valued’. He said that culture must be changed and he predicted the push for change will come from the Canadian people.

“The CBC event involved Trudeau taking questions from a number of people — picked by the public broadcaster — who queried the prime minister on topics including the economy, terrorism and relations with aboriginal people.

“He spoke about the plight of ‘indigenous people’ in response to questions from a woman whose aunt went missing in Vancouver and whose cousin went missing in Kamloops, B.C. The questions included how police have handled investigations into missing and murdered aboriginal women.

“Trudeau said “indigenous lives matter” and he promised major changes will be made in Canada’s relationship with ‘indigenous people’. He said some of those changes will take years, and in some case decades, but he vowed that life will get better for aboriginal people.

“Trudeau said the first order of business will be to fulfill his promise of an inquiry into murdered and missing aboriginal women that will hear from everybody involved, especially the victims’ families.”

{If only it would use Rules of Evidence and be conducted by outsiders… Then, it might actually serve a purpose other than shaming Canada further, into paying more money to aboriginals…}  Continue reading ‘Trudeau Misses The Point’