LAWYER, CHARGED WITH DRUG POSSESSION AND TRAFFICKING, WHILE ATTENDING COURT.
LISCIO MAY WELL END UP, BEING THE POSTER PERSON, FOR LAWYERS FACING CRIMINAL CHARGES, REGARDING THEIR PERSONAL CONDUCT.
ONCE AGAIN, THE PEEL POLICE HAS SHOWN WHAT THEY ARE REALLY LIKE, WHEN DEALING WITH OTHER THAN THEIR OWN. BUT NO SYMPATHY HERE, FOR THIS VICTIM, EITHER. THEY ALL WORK TOGETHER MOST OF THE TIME.
To be arrested while you are still wearing your robe, and right in the middle of a crowded courthouse, must have been embarrassing for a criminal lawyer, who has ended up in the same predicament as her client. Laura Liscio, was arrested by the Brampton Peel Police, for several offences, including, trafficking and possession of a drug, breach of public trust and obstructing justice. Her lawyer is also crying foul. Other lawyers has also joined him, in publicly in denouncing her arrest last week, at the A Grenville and William Davis Courthouse, in Brampton, Ontario.
The Toronto lawyer, was arrested last week because drugs were found in the clothing of her client, which she had just handed over to the security officers, at the court. Now there are also several possibilities for this. Either she is one of those crooked lawyers, who does supply their clients with drugs, while they are in jail, or she was set up. Of course, I personally do not believe in the latter.
Ever wonder where the people who are incarcerated get their drugs from?. Again there are two possibilities. Actually three. Either a prison guard working from the inside, has been trafficking it to them, or their lawyer has brought it in. Or the prisoner has brought it in themselves, possibly in body cavities, which you are not supposed to view, but which are viewed anyway. (Yes, one of those human rights abuses that are currently happening in Canadian jails and prisons). The guards can't do all of the work. And they do not. You can also count the public out for this, because they also do not have any direct access, to those who are incarcerated. That leave the lawyers.
I am not saying here that this lawyer, Laura Liscio, is also guilty of the charges. But lawyers are also cut from a different piece of cloth, than most other people. Most of them are unscrupulous. They see only money and more of it. Their service is all depending on how much a client can pay them. They are not ethical people at all, most of them. They are not led by any morality, such as doing what is right, but by how much they can be paid for representing you. And their work is often hard too, so most of the time, it is also well earned. But honesty, is also never a word that is also used in conjunction, to the word lawyer. Have you ever seen the phrase, 'A honest lawyer'?. Lawyers and Liars, are also synonymous.
If a lawyer like Laura Liscio, also happen to have a client, whose occupation is as a criminal, then in order for the client to pay their fees to the lawyer, the lawyer also has to 100 percent understands this. Money changes hands under the table all of the time.
And in this case, Liscio's client was also in jail on weapons charges. Which sounds like a career criminal to me. Though of course, everyone is innocent before the law, until proven guilty. Including this lawyer and also her client of course. Sometimes lawyers also make the mistake in thinking that their clients are also dumb. That they alone are educated, or smart. Either Ms. Luscio was set up, or she is also guilty.
There is also a widespread problem with drugs, within the judicial system, that maybe the cops also decided to make an example of her. Is Laura Liscio guilty or not?. We will see later on as the evidence comes out in court. By the way, the police are also in no position to point the finger at anyone, since they are also known to deal heavily in drugs. Most disturbingly, to provide drugs for the poorer neighborhoods and then to blame it on the residents of those impoverish neighbourhoods. It is the police who bring the drugs into those areas.
I had vowed to exposed this lawyer's comments to the public, someday.
A well known Canadian human rights lawyer, Clayton Ruby, when I had contacted him about representing me, about my human rights abuse case, also demanded a $20,000.00 retainer, in order to take on the job. One of those things that I will also never forget. Here you could see that it was not about doing something ethical, such as helping someone who was in need of help. But all about the money. This may not be a lot of money for some people, to pay as a retainer to a lawyer, but to others it is a lot.