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Old 02-21-2010, 05:05 PM
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Click on 20 February 2010 Incident Doc from the link, and open with Word Pad. This is the full text of the incident.
20 February 2010

I was arrested, literally removed from my bed at midnight in a private dwelling, my home, on the 13 of February 2010 by the Brantford Police. The complainant was a third party to the situation. This was a so called domestic argument. I spent three days in jail before being released on bail. I consider this arrest and incarceration unjust, illegal, and against the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

When I was arrested on hearsay only, one police officer informed me that upon receipt of a complaint of domestic altercations, one of the participants had to be arrested by direct instructions of the Attorney General of Ontario. This is in direct conflict of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Section 12. All citizens have the right to be free of arbitrary arrest and incarceration.
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Old 02-21-2010, 05:24 PM
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Welcome to the world of shoot first, ask questions later domestic violence. It sucks.

Sorry, stopped reading the link as there so many completely irrelevant details. Who cares that you had soybean and mash for breakfast, whether the sun was shining during your dogwalk, that you laid down to read emails on your bed, that she was waddling around downstairs. You need to edit the heck out of that extremely long paragraph and report the facts. And they will be more relevant in your criminal proceeding, not so much in your family law matter, unless you have kids together.

If there is no evidence other than hearsay to support the charges, they will be withdrawn. You are better off outside of the home. Your mistake was hanging around the ticking time bomb, and not knowing how the police act in these situations. You can hardly be blamed for that, but you must now move your separation forward and get those criminal charges dismissed.
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Some people have a short attention span. It is a characteristic of the milk-sop generations, who weaned on junk food. If the essence is not one line, their minds wonder off. The fill is to add the human aspect to the post.

I am exposing the story to all and sundry. Certainly my post delineates a very common occurrence, but I am going to do something about it.

JHC when somebody (third party) can make an totally unsubstantiated accusation to the police and the police arrest with no investigation in a democracy, there is something sadly amiss.

It is time the sheeple woke up.
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Some people have a short attention span. It is a characteristic of the milk-sop generations, who weaned on junk food. If the essence is not one line, their minds wonder off. The fill is to add the human aspect to the post.
And some people write in a manner that totally loses their audience. Try using paragraphs for starters.

When I need a human aspect I will read a Thomas Hardy classic. The courts (criminal or civil) don`t have the time or patience for pretty landscaped oil paintings and sunshine and lolly pops. Can the flowery language. Just the facts please.

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I am exposing the story to all and sundry. Certainly my post delineates a very common occurrence, but I am going to do something about it.
You are very rightly angry and upset. I've have posted extensively on this topic here and totally agree with you.

But the sad truth is that once you digest the reality of the situation, your energy will be consumed with the separation, dealing with your criminal defense, and your family law matters. That's in addition to living your day to day life. You won't have much left to single-handedly bring about change.

But I'd love to see you try.
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And some people write in a manner that totally loses their audience. Try using paragraphs for starters.

When I need a human aspect I will read a Thomas Hardy classic. The courts (criminal or civil) don`t have the time or patience for pretty landscaped oil paintings and sunshine and lolly pops. Can the flowery language. Just the facts please.
paragraphs and less "filler" is a good idea. It is better to get points across in a clear and concise manner. A judge is a busy man/woman and like things that come straight to the point, they do not want to read a novel or a short story.
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And some people write in a manner that totally loses their audience. Try using paragraphs for starters.

When I need a human aspect I will read a Thomas Hardy classic. The courts (criminal or civil) don`t have the time or patience for pretty landscaped oil paintings and sunshine and lolly pops. Can the flowery language. Just the facts please.
The material comes up in paragraphs on my computer.

This is a forum, the sheeple need fill.
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The material comes up in paragraphs on my computer.

This is a forum, the sheeple need fill.
Well it doesn't come up in paragraphs when opened from your link. Don't you think that the sheeple's need for you to shepherd them through the Valley of Death requires that you fix the document in order to dumb it down to their level?

I wonder how the sheeple feel about being called sheeple and by your self-appointment as their saviour. You might be surprised to learn that this issue has been in the minds of many long before you became a martyr yesterday.

Funny how you were well-informed enough to go to the police and declare your concerns prior to being charged but that you failed to note the officer you spoke to, or even the date you were there. Given your preference for filler details regarding the weather and your diet, it's a bit of a surprise that you didn't track the important stuff.

Moreover, you didn't see ahead of time that you were in jearpordy of being falsely accused. Looks like you could use some help sorting out what the important details really are - and a little humility wouldn't hurt either.
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Well it doesn't come up in paragraphs when opened from your link. Don't you think that the sheeple's need for you to shepherd them through the Valley of Death requires that you fix the document in order to dumb it down to their level?

I wonder how the sheeple feel about being called sheeple and by your self-appointment as their saviour. You might be surprised to learn that this issue has been in the minds of many long before you became a martyr yesterday.

Funny how you were well-informed enough to go to the police and declare your concerns prior to being charged but that you failed to note the officer you spoke to, or even the date you were there. Given your preference for filler details regarding the weather and your diet, it's a bit of a surprise that you didn't track the important stuff.

Moreover, you didn't see ahead of time that you were in jearpordy of being falsely accused. Looks like you could use some help sorting out what the important details really are - and a little humility wouldn't hurt either.
another great post. If this is the persons attitude with us I can imagine his attitude with his wife and the police. I doubt you will get a response on why he could not remember important details (not filler) like the name of the officer. For something so important, that name would be etched on my mind or at the very least, written down. I get the impression that he thinks he is so much better then everyone else and very bitter.
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Listen man, you got a problem. First of all you indicated that you have a short attention span. Seems I am trolling on your particular turf. I wrote a well factual story, and you come on and compare it to a grade B novel by Hardy. You might try comparing to Chekhov, particularly his short stories. You might get through one or two.

I am not so paranoid yet to assume that I have to record everything when speaking to a Police Officer After all they are there to "Serve and Protect".

Hindsight is marvelous. I don't require silly shit about what I should/could have done. Every dumb tit knows what should have been done after the fact.

One cannot insult the sheeple, they simply don't care, and to do anyhing usually takes too much effort. They yap instead of acting. It is the Canadian way.

You make a lot of assumptions. You indicated that your old XT would not detect the paragraphs. Maybe time to up-grade both computer and software.

I could not post in docx extention or the common rich text format. So chose WordPad and posted it on my website so people could read with little effort- if they wanted to.

Then got a lot of you BS. Which is exactly what your posts are.
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