Thursday, November 12, 2009

Unsupported trash is printed in a national newspaper

Globe editorial
Credulity is not malice
From Monday's Globe and Mail

The editor is so credulous he believes everything he reads.

“Separate charges against the biological parents and the mother's boyfriend reached the Supreme Court, which found the children's evidence in those cases credible.”

The above is not only not true, it is an example of credulity of the worst kind. The boy friend can not protect himself from these slanderous statements from the editor, judges of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court. He was acquitted. Where is the credible evidence? The boy friend was a proud war veteran who fought oversees so the editor could go to school and learn about a newspaper editors duty to protect the truth and freedom of the press.

New trials were ordered by the Supreme Court for both parents.
Supreme Court of Canada - Decisions - R. v. R. (D.)
More trash:

“It began with allegations of extreme abuse such as eating eyeballs and participating in orgies, made by three siblings against their foster parents and those foster parents' extended family, 12 people in all.”

December 30, 2003

Nature of the Case
[1] In July 1991, 16 individuals were arrested and charged with over 70 counts of sexual assault against eight foster children. Many of the children’s allegations of sexual abuse were bizarre and revolting because they involved group and ritualistic sex with satanic overtones, the sexual abuse and killing of babies and animals, the ingestion of human flesh, feces, urine, blood and other horrible, perverted and incredible acts. The case was labeled by the media as the “Scandal of the Century”.

Sixteen people were charged. This included the parents and the boy friend. This happened on the same day, same evidence. Listen to a short tape of Brian Dueck, the Saskatoon Police Officer dictating the charges against the mother here.

The same people were involved with the parents and boy friends trial. The trial judge was Mary Batten.

Read the descending judgment of Saskatchewan Court of Appeal justice VANCISE. In Dissent.
I am not in support of electing judges. We all need to let the national news media go broke. We need to start holding our newspapers and the TV media accountable. The editors story should be on the “pile of dumb”.

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