Federal Justice

To the Government of Canada   March 19, 2006
To the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper MP 
To the honourable  V Toews, Government of Canada, Justice Minister
To the honourable Stockwell Day, Government of Canada, Federal Security Minister 
Re: Federal Justice Department undermining the incompetent RCMP, etc.
"Justice Department undermining RCMP fraud squads, say documents CP Published: Sunday, March 19, 2006  OTTAWA -- The RCMP's new market fraud teams were supposed to nail more corporate thieves by bringing together hard-nosed cops, financial sleuths and savvy prosecutors.   But recently disclosed documents suggest the highly touted Integrated Market Enforcement Teams (IMETs) may have been undermined by the federal Justice Department.   When they were launched in June 2003, the teams were to include advisers and prosecutors from the Justice Department to help guide complex probes of major frauds involving Canada's financial markets.   The $120 million, five-year initiative needed the federal lawyers to give "advice and assistance regarding aspects such as wiretap applications, search warrants and disclosure advice to the IMETs during the course of investigations," according to an internal planning document.   But Justice, which was handed $17 million for its participation, initially failed to deliver these key team members.   "The purpose of this note is to express concern with respect to the lack of participation to date by the Department of Justice in the operations component of the IMET initiative," RCMP Supt. John Sliter, director of the IMETs, wrote to his counterpart at Justice almost a year after the launch.  "We are at a point in our implementation where we are in dire need of legal advisers to work along side of our investigators. They were to form an integral part of our integrated teams...there is a noticeable and serious lacking on each of our teams, caused by the absence of representation from the DOJ (Department of Justice)."   Sliter's note, among a group of RCMP documents obtained under the Access to Information Act, cites investigations in Vancouver and Halifax that required immediate help from federal lawyers, who had not been provided.   The document also refers to the first two IMET offices, established in Toronto and Vancouver: "Both offices have been designed to accommodate DOJ legal advisors on site. We have done so in good faith and yet none of the positions have been filled to date."   A briefing note to the RCMP commissioner seven months later suggests the Justice Department staffing issue remained unresolved, with a senior officer advising: "the situation remains far from satisfactory."   Heavily censored documents indicate that Justice Department staffing problems stemmed partly from government-wide restrictions on hiring, even though funds were specially provided for IMET work.   But beyond the red tape, Justice was also concerned about federal-provincial relations, although legislation had been passed in March 2004 allowing federal lawyers to prosecute fraud cases that would otherwise be the responsibility of the provinces.   "The other issue is $$$," says a January 2004 e-mail from a senior RCMP officer.   "Justice does not want to start a precedent whereby the Feds fund Prov. prosecutions."   The response from another senior officer: "We want our cases prosecuted and if one level can't or won't, we hope the other will."   The IMET initiative specifically earmarked $13.4 million to cover the direct costs of prosecutions by the provinces.   More than three years after it was announced, the IMET program has yet to lay charges in any of its high-profile investigations.   And earlier this month there were further indications of Justice Department staffing issues, in connection with an IMET probe of Royal Group Technologies, which involves Greg Sorbara, Ontario's former finance minister.   Sorbara's lawyer filed a court affidavit suggesting that two Justice Department officials had been pulled from the file and that the department "was no longer advising IMET" in Sorbara's case.   RCMP has declined to comment on the Royal Group Technologies file.   But a May 2005 report by Sliter suggested that Justice is taking a less hands-on role in IMET investigations as "an attempt to deal with legal concerns that participation by non-law enforcement agencies in `management' of investigations might be seen to be an abuse of process."   A Justice Department spokesman says federal lawyers are currently assigned to two of the three Toronto IMET teams, and one to each of the other teams in Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal.   Chris Girouard also rejected suggestions that IMET's work was impeded in any way by the Justice Department.   "Before the IMET advisers (from Justice) were in place, in those cities, we provided advice to the program whenever it was sought," he said in an interview.   "We've been working closely with them from the start...There was never any case that was delayed in the progress of any of the IMET files."   Asked whether problems of co-operation with Justice had been resolved, RCMP spokeswoman Sgt. Nathalie Deschenes said only that "IMETs use an integrated approach which includes members of the Department of Justice, whose mandate is to provide in-house counsel in each respective local.   "During the investigation stage, Department of Justice legal counsel play an advisory role."
Now let's see we have had public servants of the Justice Department abusing tax payers money, producing false expense accounts. I have been complaining also about the mostly bad Justice Ministers the last ten years and more. I have been complaining about the pretentious RCMP, even specifically the RCMP commercial crime Division, and the pretentious RCMP public complaints commission too the last ten years. It is sad the New Canadian Federal conservative Government and it's leader S Harper are really not any better, or different than the previous one. And Now I can continue with the same topic again for how many years?"
"Federal officials are investigating an Ottawa-area public servant for alleged abuse of a government credit card. The unidentified employee of Public Works allegedly bought $545 worth of tickets to attend a minor league baseball game featuring the Ottawa Lynx. A document obtained under the Access to Information Act indicates an internal financial official alerted the department last August. And a preliminary review by Public Works' fraud directorate found evidence supporting the allegation, the document says. A spokesman for Public Works, Pierre Teotonio, declined to provide details on the case. "We cannot comment further until the matter is investigated fully," he said in an interview. Several federal departments and agencies have been rapped by auditors in recent years for credit-card abuse by employees, including Fisheries and Oceans, Justice and the Canadian International Development Agency"
OTTAWA -- Federal Justice Department employees have played fast and loose with travel and hospitality rules and cost taxpayers a bundle, an internal audit reveals.   The report, completed in March 2005 but just released publicly on the department's website last week, uncovered sweeping problems, including shoddy documentation, mixing personal and business trips on the public dime, and flying business class instead of economy in violation of the rules. Weak control measures have left the department vulnerable to unauthorized spending, non-compliance to the rules, unjustified or fraudulent claims and excessive expenses, the report found.   Citing a number of "gaps and weaknesses" in the department, the report blames some breaches on ignorance. But other violations stem from a blatant disregard for federal policy or deliberate abuse of the rules, the audit said.
and who there is going to deal with these complaints of mine too?
"All the BS about democracy, still next indicates that the Conservatives are the biggest liars and abusers of other's human rights in Canada Today. Simply just try to post disagreeing messages on the Conservative sites such as  or the Western Standard Blog   dominated by a minority of self centered, abusive rednecks and  you for sure next  will be firstly abused, slandered, personally bashed, attacked and next cut off,  denied access to it. The self proclaimed  Conservatives posters there  in Alberta are still some of the biggest liars, human rights abusers even if they lie and claim they are Christians now too. It has been that way for the last 25 years in my real Albertan experiences now too. "
This Federal Conservative government has already undeniably tried wrongfully to suppress my right of free speech. And S  Harper is going overboard trying to shut down the free speech of the press, and a Citizen now too, and note  I do not take his orders, I do not even belong to his Conservative party.  How to write a letter to  a Member of parliament safely in Canada is the problem I rather do have . A Conservative BC MP  James   MOORE, and  S HARPER too? wrongfully does not want me to complain about Canada's Medicare  and they wants now also to shut me up as well, me an ordinary citizen. Did this meet your approval too? I mailed my complaint now even to all of Canada's MPs
By the way you have yet to even acknowledge yourselves one letter of mine.
RSVP Thank you.
PS: It really does also rightfully still upset me that the rather too often perverse applicators of the laws, the judges, self regulating bodies commissions and commissioners base their conclusions not on sound principles, morality, uniform and valid applications of the laws but rather their own personal preferences and perversely they are allowed to get away with it still.
 Please do Note this related fact if they all now  can't catch, deal with even  the small time hoods in Canada they are not able to deal with the Muslims terrorists effectively now too . Such is the unacceptable reality
(Luke 16:10 KJV)  He that is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much: and he that is unjust in the least is unjust also in much. 11  If therefore ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches? 12  And if ye have not been faithful in that which is another man's, who shall give you that which is your own? 
"Smuggling of ecstasy into U.S. from Canada a growing problem, officials say Fri Mar 17, 8:25 PM ET  VANCOUVER (CP) - U.S. officials are calling the Thursday seizure of 671,000 tablets of ecstasy at the Washington-British Columbia border part of an increasing new smuggling problem. "The new trend we're seeing up in western Washington coming down from British Columbia is a rise in ecstasy over the last few years. It's just grown in leaps and bounds," U.S. officials are working with the RCMP to see if the drugs are being manufactured in Canada or being trans-shipped through Canada from other countries. U.S. officials  referred questions about what is being done to combat that problem in Canada to the RCMP. The RCMP could not be reached for comment Friday afternoon."
nor for that matter the last many months on the same subject..