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YorkRegion.com finally posted this letter they published in the most recently delivered newspaper.
I asked them to do it, because I thought their selection was very telling...
It should be noted that the online version of the article Richard Metcalfe is commenting on www.yorkregion.com/news-story/… had three responses, none of which was for continued flouting of the law by cops, but YorkRegion.com chose to publish commentary that most mirrors their own opinion, in my humble opinion.

Here is Richard Metcalfe's letter, and my response to his letter, in link form, and written, for when YorkRegion.com delete it from their website. www.yorkregion.com/opinion-sto…

After reading the article, I wonder why the officer would be “under threat of sanction” and why this article appeared in the paper.

He should have been given a pat on the back by the police service and the newspaper headline should have been, “Good police work results in impaired driver being removed from road”.

It seems in-car cameras that were sold as evidence-gathering tools are actually being used as witch hunt tools for the force’s internal affairs department.

Impaired driving is a huge social no-no.

Every time a person is killed by an impaired driver, there is a huge cry for more policing vigilance, spot checks, education, severe penalties and everything we can do to reduce the number of impaired drivers on the road.

Consider this scenario: You are driving along the road and an impaired driver is heading your way. You are in danger, but still don’t know it.

In between you and the impaired driver is hard-working York Regional Police Const. Stephen Cabraja. He sees the impaired driver and knows from his experience what danger lies ahead for you and others.

He tries to stop the impaired driver without success. The impaired driver speeds away from the officer, increases his speed and drives through stop signs without slowing down, getting closer to you, but you still don’t know it.

Const. Cabraja has been in this situation before and is cognizant of the last review of his actions while capturing an impaired driver.

He arrives at a stop sign — no cars around, no pedestrians.

Does he go through the intersection without stopping? No. He signed a piece of paper promising he wouldn’t.

So he stops. Now, the impaired driver has gained distance.

After the impaired driver blows by a couple more stops signs, he meets you head on.

Could Const. Cabraja have radioed helicopters and other police cars for help? Not reality. This incident started and ended in one minute.

Does anyone really care about those stops signs for police just doing their job?

Richard Metcalfe

Newmarket



Here is my response to criminal-cop apologist Richard Metcalfe's letter:


Since we're playing the 'hypothetical' game, consider this scenario, Richard:
 An officer, despite his superiors telling him otherwise, decides to break the law by speeding, in an attempt to stop an impaired driver.
 As he drives the cruiser (paid for with your taxes) at reckless speeds, he runs over your child and crashes the cop car.
Unfortunately, your child is NOT killed instantly, but suffers for months afterwards, until finally succumbing to her/his fatal injuries, inflicted by a person you would pat on the back.

Suck My Muscle Group, PIGChris Doucette, who calls himself a journalist, wonders whether a man having his neck stomped on while getting punched in the scrotum was a victim of police brutality.
http://www.torontosun.com/2014/09/26/toronto-police-counter-accusations-on-social-media
Toronto Police Constable Victor Kwong said "We are trained to strike at muscle groups in order to gain compliance when arrest is resisted”.
My question to both of these criminal-cop-apologists is: Do Toronto Police consider sex ORGANS a "muscle group"?
I then asked Chris Doucette if he remembers 'officer' Chris Hominiuk...
"Law enforcement officer" Chris Hominiuk threatened a handcuffed, prone man, locked in the back of his squad car. "If you are lying to me, when I get back to the station, I'm Tasering you in the fucking nuts".
http://lybio.net/christopher-hominuk-i%E2%80%99m-going-to-taser-you-in-the-nuts/people/
Chris Hominiuk now claims he behaved like a vicious thug, when he committed this assault, as a result of having low
A simple question for local cops and catholicsI'm beginning to think York Regional Police & York Catholic District School Board would have submitted their lies into evidence, if I didn't attend court that day, to show that's exactly what they are...a pack of lies.
When 'law enforcement officer' Chris Hyland saw me walk through the doors of the courtroom, his face dropped. No nasty smirk, like the last time I saw him. He looked like he'd seen a ghost.
So I decided to ask YRP and YCDSB directly, on twitter.
https://twitter.com/KeswickPinhead/status/514044767512977409
No response from these lying cowards in positions of authority.
They're big on spouting bullshit, until they are to be held accountable for it.
We, the people of Georgina, deserve better civil servants than this.
Entrapment
This is "police constable" Chris Hyland, who had a hand in my torture and wrongful imprisonment.
After "detective" Peter Duguay illegally interrogated me without the legal council I requested (he lied to me, saying I was "not going to be charged") Chris Hyland issued me an illegal ticket.
When I told Chris Hyland that I was going to fight this bullshit charge, he tried to trick me by saying
"No, this isn't  a ticket where you go to court, you just pay it".
Then I was threatened by Detective Sargeant Braybrook, with mountains of charges, if I didn't just pay the fine.
Finally, after the York Regional "court" system found me guilty of trespassing without ANY EVIDENCE of the grounds on which that charge was laid, the chore of entrapment was handed over to a privately owned company, under contract to York Region.
Odd that, considering that the police had repeatedly claimed I was "dangerous".
Why would the police put a privately owned company run by civilians in c
The 25 yr. old murderer in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Quebec, is a terrorist.
What else do you call someone who identifies himself as such?
It was an act of terrorism, committed by a self-described devotee of radical Islam.

Long ago, there was once a Jell-O commercial that was changed, because it reputedly encouraged children to steal.
It was most likely changed because of complaints from the public.

The TV ad was altered, from the 'farmer' shouting "HEY YOU KIDS! GET OUT OF THAT JELLO TREE", to him saying "HEY KIDS, get ME one from the Jello Tree".

Currently, there is an ad on Canadian television, that depicts cops participating in a no-knock raid. Jumping out of aircraft, smashing through picture windows, and pointing automatic weapons, at an INNOCENT COUPLE.

The insinuation is, if you want to avoid being attacked by cops, it's best to talk to a Realtor.

Isn't this ad encouraging criminal acts by cops?
Why no outrage over realestate.ca putting the onus for keeping criminal cops at bay on innocent Canadians?
Why no complaints about this depiction of police neglecting to do their homework, before destroying private property, and frightening the innocent couple?
Aren't law enforcement officers supposed to determine a crime has been committed by the offending party BEFORE treating them like criminals?

I guess the 'humour' part of this commercial, comes from the fact that most of us are aware that cops do break the law, with sickening regularity, and they don't always investigate, before acting rashly....
But really, should we be condoning this truth?
Should we just accept it?

Where are the "Jello-Tree" people these days?


The Jello tree"Hey you kids, get out of that Jello tree", that was the phrase from a commercial that was attacked.
The company changed the commercial to say
"Hey you kids, get ME one from the Jello tree",
after someone complained that the commercial was encouraging children to "steal"...from the "Jello Tree".
I saw a car commercial the other day that said "Drive it, like you stole it"
I wondered, where are the Jello Tree People now?
Wanderlustartist brought this to my attention the other day http://6oh.blogphotography.com/archives/3038_1997824725/92490
It's Graffiti in Toronto, where I'm originally from.
When I was a kid the slogan   "Hey you kids, get out of that Jello tree", was a way of accusing someone of theft.
'Where did you get it, the jello tree?'
Or even as a whispered aside, if you suspected that it was stolen, you would softly say 'Jello tree' to your friends.
So I had that conversation with Wanderlustartist, then on another topic entirely he sent me this http://www.youtube
A pat on the back for squashing baby flatYorkRegion.com finally posted this letter they published in the most recently delivered newspaper.
I asked them to do it, because I thought their selection was very telling...
It should be noted that the online version of the article Richard Metcalfe is commenting on http://www.yorkregion.com/news-story/4913304-stop-sign-running-cop-won-t-be-punished/ had three responses, none of which was for continued flouting of the law by cops, but YorkRegion.com chose to publish the one that most mirrors their own opinion, in my humble opinion.
Here is Richard Metcalfe's letter, and my response to his letter, in link form, and written, for when YorkRegion.com delete it from their website. http://www.yorkregion.com/opinion-story/4925930-letter-officer-should-be-commended-not-punished/
After reading the article, I wonder why the officer would be “under threat of sanction” and why this article appeared in the paper.
He should have been given a pat on the back by the police service an

Cheese will tear us apart by KeswickPinhead
Can YOU detect #SpellingProblems ANYWHERE on this Georgina Township notice? georgina.ca/pn-election-dates.…

They fixed it, after I, apparently, did the proof-reading they neglected to do.
YorkRegion.com finally posted this letter they published in the most recently delivered newspaper.
I asked them to do it, because I thought their selection was very telling...
It should be noted that the online version of the article Richard Metcalfe is commenting on www.yorkregion.com/news-story/… had three responses, none of which was for continued flouting of the law by cops, but YorkRegion.com chose to publish commentary that most mirrors their own opinion, in my humble opinion.

Here is Richard Metcalfe's letter, and my response to his letter, in link form, and written, for when YorkRegion.com delete it from their website. www.yorkregion.com/opinion-sto…

After reading the article, I wonder why the officer would be “under threat of sanction” and why this article appeared in the paper.

He should have been given a pat on the back by the police service and the newspaper headline should have been, “Good police work results in impaired driver being removed from road”.

It seems in-car cameras that were sold as evidence-gathering tools are actually being used as witch hunt tools for the force’s internal affairs department.

Impaired driving is a huge social no-no.

Every time a person is killed by an impaired driver, there is a huge cry for more policing vigilance, spot checks, education, severe penalties and everything we can do to reduce the number of impaired drivers on the road.

Consider this scenario: You are driving along the road and an impaired driver is heading your way. You are in danger, but still don’t know it.

In between you and the impaired driver is hard-working York Regional Police Const. Stephen Cabraja. He sees the impaired driver and knows from his experience what danger lies ahead for you and others.

He tries to stop the impaired driver without success. The impaired driver speeds away from the officer, increases his speed and drives through stop signs without slowing down, getting closer to you, but you still don’t know it.

Const. Cabraja has been in this situation before and is cognizant of the last review of his actions while capturing an impaired driver.

He arrives at a stop sign — no cars around, no pedestrians.

Does he go through the intersection without stopping? No. He signed a piece of paper promising he wouldn’t.

So he stops. Now, the impaired driver has gained distance.

After the impaired driver blows by a couple more stops signs, he meets you head on.

Could Const. Cabraja have radioed helicopters and other police cars for help? Not reality. This incident started and ended in one minute.

Does anyone really care about those stops signs for police just doing their job?

Richard Metcalfe

Newmarket



Here is my response to criminal-cop apologist Richard Metcalfe's letter:


Since we're playing the 'hypothetical' game, consider this scenario, Richard:
 An officer, despite his superiors telling him otherwise, decides to break the law by speeding, in an attempt to stop an impaired driver.
 As he drives the cruiser (paid for with your taxes) at reckless speeds, he runs over your child and crashes the cop car.
Unfortunately, your child is NOT killed instantly, but suffers for months afterwards, until finally succumbing to her/his fatal injuries, inflicted by a person you would pat on the back.

Suck My Muscle Group, PIGChris Doucette, who calls himself a journalist, wonders whether a man having his neck stomped on while getting punched in the scrotum was a victim of police brutality.
http://www.torontosun.com/2014/09/26/toronto-police-counter-accusations-on-social-media
Toronto Police Constable Victor Kwong said "We are trained to strike at muscle groups in order to gain compliance when arrest is resisted”.
My question to both of these criminal-cop-apologists is: Do Toronto Police consider sex ORGANS a "muscle group"?
I then asked Chris Doucette if he remembers 'officer' Chris Hominiuk...
"Law enforcement officer" Chris Hominiuk threatened a handcuffed, prone man, locked in the back of his squad car. "If you are lying to me, when I get back to the station, I'm Tasering you in the fucking nuts".
http://lybio.net/christopher-hominuk-i%E2%80%99m-going-to-taser-you-in-the-nuts/people/
Chris Hominiuk now claims he behaved like a vicious thug, when he committed this assault, as a result of having low
A simple question for local cops and catholicsI'm beginning to think York Regional Police & York Catholic District School Board would have submitted their lies into evidence, if I didn't attend court that day, to show that's exactly what they are...a pack of lies.
When 'law enforcement officer' Chris Hyland saw me walk through the doors of the courtroom, his face dropped. No nasty smirk, like the last time I saw him. He looked like he'd seen a ghost.
So I decided to ask YRP and YCDSB directly, on twitter.
https://twitter.com/KeswickPinhead/status/514044767512977409
No response from these lying cowards in positions of authority.
They're big on spouting bullshit, until they are to be held accountable for it.
We, the people of Georgina, deserve better civil servants than this.
Entrapment
This is "police constable" Chris Hyland, who had a hand in my torture and wrongful imprisonment.
After "detective" Peter Duguay illegally interrogated me without the legal council I requested (he lied to me, saying I was "not going to be charged") Chris Hyland issued me an illegal ticket.
When I told Chris Hyland that I was going to fight this bullshit charge, he tried to trick me by saying
"No, this isn't  a ticket where you go to court, you just pay it".
Then I was threatened by Detective Sargeant Braybrook, with mountains of charges, if I didn't just pay the fine.
Finally, after the York Regional "court" system found me guilty of trespassing without ANY EVIDENCE of the grounds on which that charge was laid, the chore of entrapment was handed over to a privately owned company, under contract to York Region.
Odd that, considering that the police had repeatedly claimed I was "dangerous".
Why would the police put a privately owned company run by civilians in c

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