Friday, October 1, 2010


At the Meet the Candidates assembly in NDG on October 7, 2008, Liberal Member of Parliament, Marlene Jennings, stated before all the candidates and the public, "Mrs. Carter's rights were violated three times". She repeated the following at Rosedale United Church in Montreal shortly thereafter.

The three violations

1. In 1996, the Montreal Police refused to file a report of the initial robbery. They have continued to refuse to act ever since.

2. In 2007, immediately following the death of my mother, the same group of criminals obtained a court order accusing me of being insane and dangerous. I was released from hospital unconditionally as soon as the doctors found out what my accusers had done and why. After my mother's death, we learned that -

3. In 2005, the same group who call themselves "Partners in Crime" created a will in my mother's name when she was 92 years old and handicapped physically and mentally. My mother was kept in total isolation by these criminals for ten years - until her death. The sole beneficiaries of the 2005 will were the same people who robbed me and obtained the court order against me. Then it became clear why these criminals tried to discredit me and silence me.

Marlene Jennings was re-elected to Parliament on October 14, 2008. She began helping me with the case. But then .... she disappeared.

I have been very ill, but I did write to Marlene Jennings many times, appealing for her to proceed with the case against these criminals. I am unable to walk very well, but I can speak and write. I can participate in a court case.
I actually first asked Marlene Jennings for help immediately following the robbery. At the time, she said it was not in her jurisdiction, but in 2008, she did start to help. She filled out some papers, and she acknowledged publicly that my rights had been violated. For a while, I thought Marlene was the person who would finally bring me justice.
But when she was re-elected in 2008, Marlene Jennings sat at the right hand of Michael Ignatieff, and  - she just disappeared.
But I must continue fighting for justice, for myself, for my family, for thousands of other Canadian crime victims. I will not stop until Dawn McSweeney and those she boastfully calls her "partners in crime" on her own blog are tried in criminal court by an honest judge and they return everything they have stolen. Until then, I battle day and night - with or without Marlene Jennings.
Fighting for justice alone, day and night for thirteen years takes an awful lot of determination, time and energy. This agonizing fight has cost me dearly. It has cost me my health, endangered my life. But you must fight when you know your cause is just. There is no choice.
Even though I am also fighting for my life now, I continue my battle for justice against these criminals - and against a legal system that cares nothing for justice. I am 
fighting the irresponsibility, incompetence, deception and corruption in Montreal, Quebec, Canada's injustice system..
" Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." Martin Luther King, Jr.
For all the details see
Luke 18: 1-8

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