Isn't it interesting that when the Montreal Police are involved, even a $5,000. reward has not yet brought forward one person willing to stand up for the victims of DAWN MCSWEENEY AND HER PARTNERS IN CRIME.
In Ontario, police dared to confront sexual pervert and murderer Colonel Russell Williams. This monster was so high up in authority - the top man at Trenton Military Base. He chatted with Queen Elizabeth and, as a military pilot, he flew world dignitaries from place to place.
Yet someone in the Ontario Police system had the intelligence and the courage and the integrity to pursue this bizarre case against him and actually confront him and charge him with these unimaginable crimes ... so professionally that the colonel - now EX- colonel - readily confessed to all but the child pornography charges - without a shot being fired. (The report was featured on American TV on 48 HOURS this week.)
Canadians should still protest that this rapist, pervert and killer is going to continue receiving his military pension. Huh ? His title is gone, but the hard-earned money of Canadian tax payers lingers on in the bank accounts of even the most heinous criminals. ( Remember Clifford Olson.) Some government ! Some justice system !
And in Montreal, no one in authority has been willing to take responsibility for the complicity of the Montreal Police in the crimes that devastated my family and ruined my health. I am back on chemotherapy now after years of pleading for justice day and night. Fighting for justice against a deeply corrupt justice system wears you down. and still I fight on day and night.
Surely it is not Dawn McSweeney that suppresses justice here. It is the Montreal Police cover-up that started the day I called 911 hoping the police would rescue me.
Instead, the Montreal Police helped the thief.
Marlene Jennings, Member of Canada's Parliament stated,
"MRS. CARTER'S RIGHTS WERE VIOLATED THREE TIMES."
And still, the Montreal Police
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