OFFSITE BBC Video: Cops doctor crime scene, place gun in dead teen's hand
Toronto Police Plenty hereMcDueck's the Satire
See also Police Sergeant Darren Strongman who Duecks in Ontario!
Constable Claudia Bryden, (right) the RCMP constable who acted out in Martensville resulting in a pile of bogus charges
The Jason Dix story Police, prosecutor "cloaked in malice" Judge says
Serpico on NYC Police Commissioner Safir
Loren Pogue has served eight years of a 22-year federal prison sentence
on drug conspiracy and money laundering charges. Pogue, a Missouri
native, never bought drugs, never sold them, never held them,
never used them, never smuggled them, never even saw them. Read
this piece of real investigative journalism from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Win at All Costs. [OFFSITE]
We could sure use a reporter like Bill Moushey and an editor like Bob Martinson in Saskatchewan, Land of Living skies and braindead (complacent) people!
On Monday, April 5, 1999, a suspicious
death occured in an RCMP holding cell in Wollaston. The story
that Jonas Hansen committed suicide is suspicious, as are many
deaths that occur in northern communities in RCMP lock-ups. Hansen
was taken in at noon to sober up. Two hours later he was allegedly
discovered hanged by his shoelaces.
Our condolences to the Hansen family. In the course of our investigation, we have learned that there are no qualified forensic pathologists in this province. Death by chokehold can be determined by an expert who knows what to look for in an autopsy. In Saskatchewan, we have coronors who can't tell the difference between a chokehold and a shoelace. And since when were people in custody allowed to keep their shoelaces?
The Mikolajewski Report exposes the shoddy work done on the Thomas Sophonow case and how Police Chief Jack Ewatski helped block a proper re-investigation to protect a retired inspector and the secrets a warranted search of his premises would reveal.
Jack Ewatski sat on a report that would have freed James Driskell of murder charges. "Not his reponsibility"
A proper investigation would reveal that Police Union head Loren Schinkel (left) and his partner, Sgt. Jim Thiessen (right) conducted themselves improperly when they interrogated Monique Turenne.
Such investigation would further show that Loren Schinkel broke the law when he created statements allegedly signed by Monique Turenne and that he lied on an affidavit he provided to Florida officials.