My name is Phyllis Carter. I am a Canadian journalist, a cancer patient and - thanks to the Montreal Police - I am also a crime victim. I have been fighting for justice since October 7, 1996, when I was attacked in my home and robbed of everything I had worked for all my life and everything left to me by my beloved husband.
While I was holding off my attacker, I managed to dial 911.
The Montreal Police I called to rescue me - helped the thief instead.
Through the years, I have been pleading for justice. Along the way, I have appealed for justice to members of government at all levels - politicians who had the position, the authority, the connections and the power to do justice in my case, but here I am - fourteen years later - still pleading for justice day and night - because politicians do not care about justice or human rights. They are only interested in power and perks for themselves and for their friends and families. You, the voter, have little or no value to them, once they ascend to power. They will slap your back and smile and kiss your baby during the campaign, but do not expect them to help you or to do justice unless you are rich and well-connected. I speak from long and painful experience.
I have come to know the characters of some of those who are now asking for your votes.
You, the voter, can get some insights by looking at what these candidates have done and failed to do.
"MRS. CARTER'S RIGHTS WERE VIOLATED THREE TIMES"
MARLENE JENNINGS, MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT
MARLENE JENNINGS, M.P. HAS DISAPPEARED
WHY SHOULD WE SUPPORT YOU, MR. IGNATIEFF?
IRWIN COTLER SEEKS PERSONAL GLORY
March 28, 2011