Carleton Criminology Professor Darryl Davies Accuses Attorney General Yasir Naqvi of Corruption. Says Ottawa Police Constable Montsion Represents “Thug Policing”
Dear Minister Naqvi,
There is something inherently corrupt about a justice system that allows a police officer who is charged with three serious criminal offences to be released before a bail hearing is even held (see link).
There is only one word that fits this decision and it’s called 'corruption'. Politicians that sit on the sidelines and say and do nothing about this are directly responsible for the kind of policing and justice system we have in this province. We have had problems with thug policing in the City of Ottawa for years.
Dan Donovan has written about the problem with policing in Ottawa Life Magazine for many years and I have contributed more than my share of articles and interviews on the subject. During this period what have the politicians been doing to address this problem. Nothing. It's a pathetic comment on our society and the state of politics in this country.
It’s exactly this 'do nothing' mentality by politicians that explains why individuals like Donald Trump are being swept into power. People are fed up with politicians who like to feed at the trough and protect the status quo but when it comes to actually making the tough decisions and doing something to ensure Canadian values are protected they are no where to be seen.
As the Attorney General of Ontario what are you doing to address this blatant example of favouritism towards a cop who is charged with manslaughter and two other serious criminal offences. This cops behaviour and attitude at the scene exemplify what many people are referring to as thug policing.
It’s shocking that the Chief of Police Charles Bordeleau does not even know that he has some officers running around this City behaving like goons and wearing equipment that has no other purpose than to hurt, maim and kill other people.
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