Saturday, June 7, 2014


You are a 60 year old grieving widow - a journalist and a private investigator by profession. You live at 4995 Prince of Wales, NDG, Montreal, Quebec, Canada with your aged parents while you undergo cancer treatments. Your only activities are going to the hospital and studying the bible.
October, 1996. Suddenly a teenage relative moves into the house with her current boyfriend.
In less than a week, you are the victim of an attack and robbery in your home.
You manage to call 911.
The Montreal Police you hoped would rescue you - 
Help the criminals instead.
The police take you out of your home, by your arm.
They tell you, in front of your assailant, that you cannot take any of your possessions with you, and you must never return home.
Your life's most precious valuables are in your rooms - in the home of your youth - where you thought they would always be safe.
There is no legal process, no justification. There had been no argument. No warning before the attack.
The Montreal Police leave you out in the street in front of your home without as much as a coat - sick - in  Montreal, in October - and they drive away, leaving you homeless and destitute. In your hands are your purse, your bible and the pair of shoes you had intended to wear at church that day.
Soon you go to the Mariette Avenue Police Station and ask for help.
There you learn that the police who made you homeless did not file a report.
The two police officers - a man and a woman - tell you,
" Be patient and all your possessions will be returned to you."
But nothing is returned by the thief, Dawn McSweeney  -
Until six months later -
Absent of all your most precious valuables.
And so, from the moment you called 911 on October 7, 1996 - for 17 years - you plead for justice day and night, at great cost to your health. 
Politicians ignore you. The media ignores you.
The Montreal Police refuse to investigate.
So you create a news letter - VICTIMS' VOICES - and distribute it to all the authorities you can think of - and the media. You write letters to politicians and you get the same results everywhere -
"Sorry. This is not in our jurisdiction."
Your family is torn apart. For ten years, your aged parents are completely under the control of the thieves and totally isolated from their children and grandchildren.
And the Montreal Police refuse to investigate -
Again and again and again - they refuse.
In 2007, you learn that your mother has died. Immediately following her burial, a total stranger named Kenneth Gregoire Prud'homme - a man you never heard of, never met, never spoke to - applied for a court order declaring that you are insane and dangerous and, in four minutes, a Quebec Court judge issues an order to have you picked up by the Montreal Police and taken away for a "30 day mental evaluatiion."
Some time later, you learn that, two years before your mother died, Kenneth Gregoire Prud'homme, had made a will in your mother's name, placing himself as the "liquidator" of your father's estate. 
A will your mother did not sign.
A will that gave all your father's estate -
To the thieves.
And the Montreal Police refuse to investigate.
Week after week, month after month, year after year, day and night, you keep pleading for help - for what is your own - for justice -
And everyone in authority keeps saying,
"That's not in my jurisdiction."
And then they say,
"You're too late for justice."
To this day, June 7, 2014 - the criminals - Dawn McSweeney and those she brazenly calls her "partners in crime" on her own blog - continue to walk free among decent people and continue - without impediment - to benefit from your life's most precious possessions and everything your father worked so hard to earn all his life - his home, all his life's savings, his children's and grandchildren's inheritance ... stolen by Dawn McSweeney and her accomplices - with the help of the Montreal Police and the corruption saturated and established throughout Canada's injustice system.
Canada, a noble society? Canada, a "Just Society"?
It is a myth, a dream - a promise -
It is a lie.
Detailed reports, naming names, are open to the world at
I am offering a $5,000. reward - and more.
Phyllis Carter
Now with more than 150,000 readers around the world,
But still no justice for
Victims of the Montreal Police
And the corrupt injustice system
Of Montreal,
And Quebec,
And Ottawa -
Because crime is not their jurisdiction - 
It is their business.

1 comment:

Phyllis Carter said...