Perry has now spent 81 days in jail – for stepping up to the plate to protect children!
No hearings this week. Hearings resume Monday, 12 May 2008.
Quite a day. This time problems of my own doing 🙁 I was working on those David Silmser Citizen’s Complaint against Constable Heidi Sebalj which seemingly morphed into charges under the Police Services Act against Perry. I somehow managed to delete all the posts! So, .. rather than use the day to add to the chronology I spent it re-doing what had been done. But, all not in vain. It gave me opportunity to take another look at the various documents. It doesn’t look or get any better! It smells to high Heaven!!
It’s all together on the Heidi Sebalj page for now. More to add. Hopefully tomorrow (Thursday 08 May 2008)
I did manage to get the Colin McKinnon quotes and have posted a page with comments committed to that. A link to the page is posted with the David Silmser/Heidi chronology. Please read. I do hope I have explained it in a manner that people can grasp what has been going on down there in Cornwall in early 1994. I’d say the canons were aimed – right at Perry. He didn’t stand a chance.
Is there a shadow of a doubt that Justice Colin McKinnon should be put on the stand?
Is there a shadow of a doubt that the CPS waived its solicitor-client privilege in 2001 and that therefore all the relevant documents which it has squirreled away under lock and key should be out in the public domain?
Is there a shadow of a doubt that this “inquiry” should have been mandated to inquire into allegations of a paedophile ring and cover-up?
Is there a shadow of a doubt that the inquiry should have been a joint federal-provincial inquiry? Then we could have – as we should have – not only Colin McKinnon but all the Project Truth trial judges on the stand.
There is no cover-up?
Right. Then beyond a shadow of a doubt I’m a real computer nerd 🙂
Enough for now,