HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH? THERE IS ALSO NO END IN SIGHT, TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, IN THIS CASE.
THE ALLEGED 911 TAPE, WAS TO HAVE PROVIDED THE LEGAL GROUNDS, FOR THE POLICE'S OTHERWISE, AUTHORIZED, ENTRY INTO THE PRIVATE RESIDENCE, OF THE VICTIM.
The Toronto Police Services, Access and Privacy Department, under the Freedom of Information Act, actions, are not really surprising, in this case. I did not really believed that they would, or even could, provided the 'alleged' 911 tape, for the police illegal entry into my home on November 15, 2013. The reason being that there was no "Medical Emergency", that the police has also alleged and that it was a concocted story, by the police. I have gotten the same response, from the Toronto Police Services, Access and Privacy Department, as I also did before and also in a previous request, for another 911 tape.
That one which I had also witnessed personally and had also involved the making of death threats, by the person caught on that 911 tape. The police had also claimed, in that case, that to provide the 911 tape, would also be a violation, of his privacy. And this is also the same excuse, that is being used by the police again. This time instead of a witness, the Toronto police has used the pretence, of a so-called 'medical emergency' and the alleged 911 tape, that had also resulted from the call to the police, "acting upon that medical emergency". To enter and to remain in my home, alone and also illegally, on November 15, 2013. The police also later claimed, that, "discovering that there was no medical emergency, they then also left". The police also did not have a warrant for that entry either.
When the Toronto Police, was asked to produce the alleged 911 tape, recently, in a formal request, that was also made under the Access and Privacy and the Freedom of Information Act, they also did not, or could not. And they had also hoped to leave things at that. The Analyst in charge of that request, with the Toronto Police Services, is Carolyn Kelly, as well as her bosses, Kathryn Watts and Don Beaver. Both of them also the Co-ordinator and the Manager, of that department. Also requested, by me, under the Freedom of Information Act, which also generally covers, all government departments, including the police records, was also the police officers names, badge numbers and also their notes. Needless to say, that, the information that was also provided, to me, was also incomplete.
Unfortunately, it has been one too many violations of my human rights, by the police, for their latest actions to be ignored. The police also do not seem to be concerned, either, of any legal actions being taken against them. Knowing, also how this will play out, in the Canadian courts. But I am not talking about enforcing my rights, in the corrupt Canadian courts here. If there are any other human rights governances available, to do that and there are also many, then this is where the matter should also be taken and dealt with.
I also got a sad reminder though, of the Canadian court's actions, by the treatment of the Canadian activist, like myself, Steve Finney, by the Canadian court. Steve Finney, who is the leader of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS), was jailed by the court and also refused bail, and for his actions regarding his affiliation, with that organization. He was also specifically told by the judge, Michael Cuthbertson, to further disassociate himself, from the organization, or "face a further 30 days in jail". Steve Finney, in some ways, was also more fortunate, than most of the other activists, facing persecution in Canada. In that he also had the help of the United Nations, observing his case, with the Canadian courts. Of course, that is also not enough, to stop the gross human rights violations, that is also, currently, happening in that country, and most of which, is also carried out, by the police and the courts.
The police simply cannot 'do what it feels like', in going after certain human rights activists, like myself. There has to also be a limit, as to how far they can go, in abusing their power and also the person's human rights, in this case. This is a message that the police, also need to get and there is no better way of doing so, than to also have the Toronto Police Services, pay out in a liability case, against the police actions. As well as to have them investigated, under international laws, for human rights abuse.