SHOCKING EVIDENCE OF CORRUPTION, FROM THE TORONTO FIRE SERVICES. NEW REVEATIONS, INVOLVING, THE PERSONAL CORRUPTION, OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS: Toronto Fire Chief, Jim Stoops, Division Chief, Larry Koon, Captain Rob Patten, and Captain Paul Fortuna.Among the charges, or claims, levied against them are: * breach of public trust
* abuse of power
* endangering the safety of the public
* conspiracy and corruption
The Toronto Fire Services overstepped its jurisdiction in using a clause in the Ontario Fire Protection and Prevention Act, under sec. 15 (1), to take reprisal actions against a tenant who had made a complaint to the Toronto Fire Services, regarding the lack of smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors, at the rooming house in North York, illegally housing 12 tenants.
On March 20, 2017, Toronto Fire Captain, Rob Patten, issued a notice to the landlord of the illegal rooming house on Four Winds Drive, in North York, (a suburb of Toronto, where rooming houses are not allowed, under the law). The notice showed (see image below), that the Toronto Fire Captain, Rob Patten, had ticked off, under Sec.15(1), of the Ontario Fire Code, "eliminate ignition sources", thereby preventing any likelihood of a fire starting, from those sources. The sources being the electrical cords to the stoves in the basement and also on the first floor of the rooming house. The tenants on all three floors, were told to use a microwave oven instead, in both kitchens of the rooming house.