Oct 14, 2007
With all the OPP stationed in Caledonia you would think that when there is an Attempted Murder that occurs then the OPP would respond within a few minutes, but like everything else the OPP does in Caledonia it comes down to what is the politically correct thing to do.
In cases in Toronto when people willfully drive directly at people it is considered an Attempted Murder. In fact, in June of 2006 OPP issued arrest warrants after a Native Protester drove directly at an OPP officer.
Yesterday, Oct. 13, 2007, a Native Protester from Douglas Creek Estates (DCE) willfully drove directly at me (Gary McHale) which caused me to have to move out of the way. The driver was traveling south on Argyle St. (Hwy 6) at regular speed (80km) and suddenly turned towards me. He drove onto the shoulder of the highway and the tire marks reveal that I would have been hit if I had not moved out of the way. The vehicle drove on the shoulder for about 25 feet and then back onto the highway and continued south down Argyle St.
I then phoned the OPP and reported it. After about 25 minutes I attempted to flag down an OPP car but he refused to stop. I was in the middle of the south bound side of Argyle St. and the OPP car was North bound and he looked directly at me as I will flagging him to stop and he just passed by.
After waiting approx. 40 minutes after the first 911 call I phoned again to report the license plate and to tell them I was going to close down Argyle St. to protect the crime scene. I was informed that was illegal and I told the OPP they needed to get to the scene to review tire tracks.