Hearings resume at 0930 hours (9:30 am) this morning, Thursday, 03 April 2008. John Callaghan’s cross examination of S/Sgt. Garry Derochie will continue. Following that S/Sgt Luc Brunet will take the stand to commence his testimony.
Well, what can I say? Perry doesn’t stand a chance. He never did.
I am disgusted and utterly revolted by what I saw and heard yesterday…
Michael Neville spinning and twisting Perry’s every word or action. Neville turning himself upside down and inside out to denigrate, demean and vilify Perry. Neville protecting his two clients, one (Father Charlie) a very much alive “alleged” clerical paedophile and the other (Ken Seguin) a long deceased “alleged” paedophile who happened to be a Roman Catholic probation officer denigrating.
Denise Robitaille clucking on about Perry’s notes, and speculating and hypothesising and guessing and turning herself inside out to denigrate Perry. Robitaille protecting her client (Jacques Leduc), a very much alive “alleged” paedophile who happens to be a lawyer and a Roman Catholic Canon lawyer.
S/Sgt Garry Derochie, grabbing a wagon here and wagon there to try to get those darned wagons back into some semblance of a nice neat defensive circle. Deroche, a Roman Catholic, firing a dart at Perry here and an arrow at him there. Derochie defending the honour and repute of a police force which has let how many real and “alleged” paedophiles run amok in the community? Derochie and Project Truth investigator Pat Hall planning to have Hall pen an affidavit to “kick start” criminal allegations of obstruction of justice against Perry.
John Callaghan, in to help Derochie re-circle the wagons. Callaghan, protecting his client (Cornwall Police Service), a police force which has let how many real and “alleged” paedophiles run amok in the community? Callaghan, well paid – through the AG’s back door – to do the job at hand. A canon directed Perry’s way about to blast.
Perry. Perry. Perry.
Perry this. Perry that. Perry the other thing.
Perry did this. Perry didn’t do that. Perry said this. Perry might have meant that.
This one said this about Perry. That one said that about Perry.
Can you imagine where we’d be with a decent mandate? A mandate crafted to delve into who this real/”alleged”paedophile rubbed shoulders with? to find out what this real/”alleged” paedophile said – or might have said – to that one? to find out what these real/”alleged” paedophiles did or might have done to children?
Can you even begin to imagine where we’d be if the focus was where it belongs – on flushing out the paedophiles of Cornwall? If the idea from the start was to methodically connect the dots, from one real/”alleged” paedophile to the other? and from one real/”alleged” paedophile to his tolerant and sometimes influential friends?
But no. It’s all Perry.
The trial of the century.
No. Correction. Kangaroo court.
Anyway, the transcripts are up. I’ve been busy with my other life away from the computer and just no chance to delve into these over the past few days. And, eagerly anticipated company arriving today so will probably catch only snippets of testimony throughout today and tomorrow. After that I will delve in. I must 🙂
Meanwhile, re-read my parody of some months back in Acts of Perfect Charity. That sums up my thoughts on this charade quite nicely right now.
Enough for now,