A raucous night

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Perry has now spent 141 days in jail – for stepping up to the plate to protect children, and then daring to say he has lost faith in the justice system. This is the institutional response to allegations of childhood sexual abuse.


NOTE: Perry’s birthday is 22 July 2008. He will be 47. Pick up a card now. Have Masses said for him. Swamp him with love – lots of cards, letters and notes of best wishes.

Perry Dunlop c/o OCDC
Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre
2244 Innes Road
Ottawa ON
K1B 4C4

Monetary gifts can be sent to Helen or deposited at a bank.  As always they are much needed and would be greatly appreciated.


The wee hours of Monday morning were a bit raucous in Perry’s pod at the Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre.  “CIA” the inmate who claims he has met everyone who’s anyone swung into high gear.  Lots of bellowing from his cell.

Perry said one and all knew it had the makings of a bad night on Sunday when CIA yelled out “What day is it?”

Back came the refrain:  “It’s Sunday the 6th of July 2008.”

“You @*& * liars!!!”

A bad omen 🙂

CIA started up shortly after midnight – kept the whole pod awake from the wee hours right through the night.


 Yesterday turned into a busy day.  Today will be the same.  I posted a few articles but not by any means all I wanted to get up.  Now I have to head out and will be gone until evening.  Just not enough hours in the day :(.

I am also behind on my emails.  I will get to them.  Bear with me 🙂

Keep an eye on New to the Site on the Home page 

Enough for now,



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1 Response to A raucous night

  1. AbsentObserver says:

    There’s a Facebook group established by people who don’t want a convicted sex offender to move to their community.

    The group is called SEX OFFENDER IN OUR CITY. I think there are some good ideas there, although I’m not sure I would go so far as to suggest anyone should harm this man. I just think as a community, people can come together and try to make a difference. It’s about awareness. The more people who go to this site and look at this guy’s picture and learn about his crimes, the more people will be able to recognize him if they see him near a park or a playground and call police.

    Maybe people in Cornwall could start a similar group.

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