LET KELLEY DENHAM HAVE HER DAY IN COURT NOW...
"3rd preliminary trial date set in CAS hacking case."
To date Miss Denham has refused to sign 4 offers to plead guilty for a slap on the wrist and 1 agreed statement of FCSLLG's version of the FACS. Miss Denham has tried numerous times to set and keep a trial date over the last year and has been stymie at every turn. This is very expensive..
The offers made by the Crown include plead guilty with a slap on the wrist, plead guilty with a lighter slap on the wrist and plead guilty with an even lighter slap on the wrist and now the crown is asking, begging and pleading with Kelley to plead guilty to just one charge with the lightest possible slap on the wrist..
These are the options. The Crown drops no charges and FCSLLG gets caught in a pack of lies or the Crown drops all but one of the charges and FCSLLG gets caught in the same pack of lies. It really is that simple.
HOW MANY MORE PRE-TRIALS BEFORE MISS DENHAM HOLDS THE RECORD FOR VERY COSTLY PRETRIALS?
Please help Kelley to save money in legal costs and call the Perth Crown's office and ask why Kelley hasn't been allowed her day in court. (613) 264-1900
"FCS faces negligence suit."
“We initially believed, based on quotes from (FCS executive director) Raymond Lemay and news reports, that this was a case of hacking of the secured FCSLLG website intended only for members of its board of directors,” Sean Brown, a lawyer with Flaherty McCarthy LLP who represents the plaintiff, told The Recorder and Times in an email.
“It now appears that this is not the case. Rather, it appears that the FCSLLG website was completely unsecured between February and April 2016, with the full knowledge of FCSLLG.”
Multiple requests for comment to the executive director of FCSLLG were not returned before deadline.
By Sabrina Bedford, The Recorder and Times
Friday, December 15, 2017
Raymond Lemay, now the head of Family and Children's Services of Lanark, Leeds and Grenville, told CBC News, "The court process will determine whether there was negligence or not. I think that's the ultimate question."
Lemay says the report in question is not "typical" of the work FCSLLG does or the documentation it keeps. He also says the organization has no reason to believe any of its other clients had their personal information compromised.
Lemay said there was a previous breach of the agency in February which did not involve the release of confidential information. The person responsible was a children’s aid client who has been embroiled in a campaign against the agency, including posting hours-long YouTube videos of her interactions with members of the staff.
Meet Kim Morrow, former director of service for FCSLLG in this 120 minute video
"Woman still faces charges in family services data breach."
All charges against a man arrested in August after the personal information of people being investigated by the Family and Children's Services of Lanark, Leeds and Grenville ended up on Facebook have been dropped.
Michael A. Crystal lawyer for the accused went on to say in the open courtroom all parties were now aware the tech report that the crown had been "waiting for" stated clearly there had been no hack, no mischief to data, no breach of security, that FCSLLG's website was open to browsing and he was prepared to go trial now.
Families United Ontario said...
"We completely understand the anger and frustration that these people are feeling at having their privacy rights negligently violated by a bunch of incompetent social workers who don't know the first thing about internet security. We feel the same way. It is hard to imagine why the people behind this idiocy would do such a terrible thing."
For further information: Raymond Lemay, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, Family and Children's Services of Lanark, Leeds & Grenville, 438 Laurier Blvd Brockville, Ontario K6V 6C5 | 613 498-2100 Ext. 4101| Toll Free 1-855-667-2726