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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, 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 charge of collecting money from someone they considered
Why does Advocate FEAR the Truth?I posted the comment below this paragraph after a story about a ruling by the Ontario Press Council was published in the Georgina Advocate. http://www.yorkregion.com/news/article/1227837--press-council-dismisses-police-complaint
The Georgina Advocate removed the comment, and changed the settings so nobody could contradict their biased take on the ruling....
Here is the opinion they were so frightened you might read that they deleted it, and curtailed any further public dissent:
"We still have a right to hear the full story, reguardless of what yorkregion.com believes is appropriate.
When Constable Styles was asked what happened, he chose to say "it's a long story".
Idolizing and justifying ANYONE who conceals the truth is no longer something I consider wise, after enduring repeated lies, slander, and harassment from YRP cops.
We the people, have a right to know ALL that transpired
Detective Substandard KnowledgeAs anyone who has been following me knows, I am less than impressed with the "professional standards and practices" of the York Regional Police, and their partners in crime, the Catholic School Board.
TWO detectives from the Bureau of "professional standards and practices" (one of them laughingly, try and guess which one ) dismissed my allegations of torture and mistreatment at the hands of their colleagues.
Both of these detectives, Mike Stock*, and douchbag Phil Moreau, said this exact same quote.
"I don't agree that what happened to you was torture".
Based upon WHAT?
Your previous experience torturing people?
Your experience of being repeatedly persecuted by the police?
Your experience of being treated like a fucking child molester without evidence?
If the cops that are SUPPOSED to guarantee other cops are not committing crimes can't answer any of those questions, then their opinion is uninformed at best, and an attempt to cover up criminality of their colleagues at worst.
Be careful what you agree to"York Regional Police makes no representations, warranties or guarantees of any kind, express or implied, as to the content, sequence, accuracy, reliability, timeliness or completeness of any of the information or data provided herein".
So starts the document before the Crime Map http://www.yrp.ca/crimemap-disclaimer.aspx that I found out about from following yrp on Twitter.
To that statement I can wholeheartedly attest. From my experience I've concluded the York Regional police take no responsibility for accuracy, reliability, timeliness or completion of any of their duties.
But I will not be looking at the YRP Crime Map, because I would have to go on record as AGREEING to this statement:
"York Regional Police is committed to keeping York Region one of the safest places to live in Canada"
HOGWASH, and I told them so, sending them a tweet saying:
"FTFY York Regional Police are NOT committed to keeping York Region one of the safest places to live in Canada"
I couldn't help but fix this
They want you to remain IGNORANTThe York Regional Police Budget is being negotiated in secrecy.
One of every three tax dollars spent in York Region goes to the police.
Regional Councillor Danny Wheeler is quoted as saying "an open budget process will arm criminals with information about the operations of a police force" http://www.yorkregion.com/news/article/1274394--secrecy-shrouds-police-budget-process
When GARBAGE theories like this are floated by Danny Wheeler and other law enforcement apologists, I am compelled to respond.
This is an INSULT to the citizens of York....but let's extrapolate, and take it to it's illogical conclusion anyway, shall we?
- Teaching children to read will almost certainly arm some future criminals with information.
- Freedom of speech will arm criminals with information.
Should we burn books and close libraries and schools too, Danny?
Perhaps the public shouldn't have access to the inter