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November 27, 2007

The ongoing protest known as Dougs Smokes by Caledonia resident Doug Flemming of the illegal Native smoke shacks on highway 6 outside of Caledonia have been an effort on his part to be arrested or at least shut down by the OPP so that they would have to deal with the bigger issue of Natives illegally selling tobacco off of the reserve.

Several times, Doug has set up his smoke shop on the property owned by Chris Syrie that is adjacent to DCE.

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Update November 25, 2007: The officer who attemped to run over Mr. Syrie has admitted to his superiors that it happened, but claims his foot accidently slipped and hit the gas, at the same time that his arms accidently spun the steering wheel around to point the car at Mr. Syrie who was standing beside the drivers door and had to jump onto the road to avoid being hit. He also states he was enraged at the time due to Mr. Syrie holding a camera in his hand (which he was not using at the time).

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October 9, 2007

 

With the first March presented by CANACE now in the history books, I’m pleased to report that it was a great success.

Video, and news reports of the day are available now at www.caledoniawakeupcall.com/topics/RememberUs.html

Hundreds of people took time out of their Thanksgiving day to come and hear the speeches and to March for Freedom with us and to you all we are grateful. Merlyn Kinrade, Joe Gualtieri, Mark Vandermaas, and Gary McHale all gave excellent heart felt speeches but it was Dancer who truly stole the show.

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October 7, 2007

With the Remember Us March just one day away, the opportunity to take a stand has shown what many people are truly made of. Perhaps it was naive of me to expect to see the “leaders” accept a chance to show leadership, but the list of true cowards is growing each day. A look at some of those who have shown great courage and some who are trying desperately to hide under a rock is in order.

The Gualtieri Family:

One can not use the words Caledonia and Courage without immediately thinking of these incredible people. After the attempted murder of Sam Gualtieri in a home he was building for his daughter on Stirling Street, these folks had every reason in the world to run and hide from the media, the public, and the thugs who altered their lives forever.

Within hours of the attack, they had decided to go to the media, fight for justice, and will have Sam’s brother Joe speaking on their behalf at the March. I have had the privilege of meeting and speaking with not only Joe but other family members and they are a true symbol of what this Country should be about. Hard working honest people who refuse to give up their rights and freedoms at the whim of a handful of criminals.

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CaledoniaWakeUpCall and VoiceofCanada have obtained a copy of the Statement of Claim for a $12,000,000 lawsuit against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, Brian Haggith and the Province of Ontario by Caledonia residents Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell.

One very important part of the lawsuit filed against the OPP and Government by Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell, is the suffering that they have endured at the hands of the DCE protestors and the OPP who are supposed to protect them. These people have been denied very basic rights that we are all entitled to and any of us could be next so we should pay careful attention to this. Under the McGuinty / Fantino regime this could easily happen to anyone living in Ontario. My comments will be italic as we look once again at the official court documents:

The occupation by the protestors of Douglas Creek Estates has received wide local and national coverage since the beginning of the occupation on February 28, 2006.

The prolonged occupation by the protestors, which has been allowed by the defendants in contravention of the respective duties, has created an impression among prospective purchasers of property in Caledonia and the surrounding area that Caledonia is not a safe community.

As a result of the public nuisance for which the owner of Douglas Creek Estates, the Minister of Infrastructure and Renewal is responsible, and as a result of the negligence of the OPP, Commissioners Boniface and Fantino and Inspector Haggith, the false imprisonment and assault and battery of Brown, the trespass and illegal surveillance, and as a result of the misfeasance in the public office of the Minister of Infrastructure and Renewal, Commissioners Boniface and Fantino, Inspector Haggith, the Minster of Aboriginal Affairs, the Minister of Community Safety, and Correctional Service, and the Attorney General for Ontario, the plaintiffs have suffered the following damages:

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CaledoniaWakeUpCall and VoiceofCanada have obtained a copy of the Statement of Claim for a $12,000,000 lawsuit against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, Brian Haggith and the Province of Ontario by Caledonia residents Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell.

That the OPP hid a camera in the home of a citizen is bad enough, but the way they played on the fears instilled in these people by the Native Protestors on DCE makes it even more despicable. My comments will be in italic as we learn more from the official documents of the lawsuit:

Brown and Chatwell returned to the property at approximately 1:30a.m. on December 17, 2006 to find that the residence had been broken into and ransacked. Electronics and computer equipment were smashed, racist and vulgar comments were painted on the walls, furniture was broken and overturned. Brown and Chatwell reported the incident to the OPP.

During subsequent investigations of the break and enter, the OPP conducted extensive interrogations of Chatwell and Brown and made significant inquiry as to whether Chatwell and Brown ransacked their own home. Interrogations of Brown and Chatwell lasted several hours.

After the break-in and the ransacking of the plaintiff’s residence, the OPP suggested to the plantiffs that the OPP would install a security system including an alarm and motion lights with surveillance cameras inside the lights. Brown specifically required that cameras would only be installed outside the residence and not inside. The OPP expressly confirmed that no cameras would be installed inside the residence, only outside. Brown was present when the lights with the hidden camera were purportedly installed outside the residence. Brown was told the motion lights installed at the rear of his residence contained a surveillance camera. The security system was installed on or about December 21, 2006.

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CaledoniaWakeUpCall and VoiceofCanada have obtained a copy of the Statement of Claim for a $12,000,000 lawsuit against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, Brian Haggith and the Province of Ontario by Caledonia residents Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell.

Part of the lawsuit filed against the OPP and Government by Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell is based on the allegation of Commissioner Fantino, and Boniface before him breached their duties as OPP officers. Being the highest ranking officers at the time makes this an even more serious allegation which warrants our attention. My comments will be in italic as we continue to learn from the official court documents of the lawsuit:

Pursuant to s. 41 of the Police Services Act, Commissioner Boniface and Commissioner Fantino owe a duty to the plaintiffs to ensure that the police officers of the OPP carry out their duties in accordance with the Police Services Act.

Commissioners Boniface and Fantino have breached their duty by:

Knowingly allowing police officers under their authority to violate their Police Services Act duties,

making a policy decision not to enforce the laws of Canada, the Province of Ontario, and the county of Haldimand on Douglas Creek Estates and on the Property of the plaintiffs,

instructing officers of the OPP not to make any arrests of protestors without prior authorization from OPP headquarters in Orrilia,

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CaledoniaWakeUpCall and VoiceofCanada have obtained a copy of the Statement of Claim for a $12,000,000 lawsuit against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, Brian Haggith and the Province of Ontario by Caledonia residents Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell. 

The suit itself is not only against the Government and OPP force, it’s filed against the Province of Ontario, OPP Commissioner Gwen Boniface who was in charge when the criminal occupation of DCE began, OPP commissioner Julian Fantino, and OPP inspector Brian Haggith who was in charge in Caledonia at the time.

The $12 Million is arrived at as follows: $5,000,000 against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, and Brian Haggath for misfeasance in a public office, negligence, false imprisonment, assault, trespass, illegal surveillance, and breach of the plaintiffs rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. 

$5,000,000 against the crown for private nuisance, misfeasance in a public office of her servants and agents, and in vicarious liability for the conduct and torts committed by Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, and Brian Haggith, and the Crowns agents, servants and/or employees.

$2,000,000 for aggravated and punitive damages. 

We have all heard about many of the terrorist activities that took place in full view of OPP officers who refused to come to the aid of innocent victims, so I’ll focus on a few incidents cited in the lawsuit that are not as well known to the public.

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CaledoniaWakeUpCall and VoiceofCanada have obtained a copy of the Statement of Claim for a $12,000,000 lawsuit against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, Brian Haggith and the Province of Ontario by Caledonia residents Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell.

Harm Suffered by Plaintiffs as a result of O.P.P. Inaction and Failed Raid

50. As a result of the O.P.P’s  failure to enforce Justice T. David Marshall’s Orders, the failure to arrest protesters and take possession and control of Douglas Creek Estates, and the breach of the O.P.P.’s duties under s. 42 of the Police Services Act and the Haldimand Police Services Agreement:

a. The Property was the only residence located within the protestor’s blockade which had no access except through the blockades;

b. Brown, Chatwell and Dax were trapped on the Property for serveral days and were unable to leave the Property as Argyle Street South had been blocked by the protestors North and South of the Property;

c. Brown, Chatwell and Dax were subject to the control and authority of the protestors having been told by the O.P.P. that they would not come to the assistance of Brown and Chatwell;

Read the full story here Much more at http://www.VoiceofCanada.ca

CaledoniaWakeUpCall and VoiceofCanada have obtained a copy of the Statement of Claim for a $12,000,000 lawsuit against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, Brian Haggith and the Province of Ontario by Caledonia residents Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell.

Failure of Commissioner Boniface and O.P.P. to Request Assistance

31. The Haldimand Police Services Agreement requires the O.P.P. to be capable of providing provincial-level of response that can be mobilized for emergencies, disasters and specialized needs. Section 55 of the Police Services Act authorizes the Solicitor General, not the Minister of Public Infrastructure and Renewal, to make an agreement with the Crown in Right of Canada or of another Province or with any Federal or Provincial agencies including the Canadian Armed Forces for the provision of police services in an emergency.

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CaledoniaWakeUpCall and VoiceofCanada have obtained a copy of the Statement of Claim for a $12,000,000 lawsuit against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, Brian Haggith and the Province of Ontario by Caledonia residents Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell.

The claim is nothing less than a shocking indictment of OPP police state tactics and their complete abdication of law enforcement authority in the face of direct interference by the provincial government and native criminals. The actual Statement of Claim is 54 pages long, so we will be releasing excerpts from the document to help readers digest the unbelievable details. In actual fact, long time readers of VoiceofCanada and CaledoniaWakeUpCall will find these excerpts all too believable.

This excerpt describes how Dave Brown was falsely imprisoned by the OPP after being attacked on his own property by trespassing natives.

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Courtesy of www.CaledoniaWakeupCall.com who has been covering this story since April 17, 2007.

 – Apr 17 – Our Queen’s Park Release of the OPP Video Camera

 – Apr 17 – Dancer’s Video – No Policing on 6th Line for 19 months

 – Sept 21 – CTV: Brown – $10 Million Lawsuit

 – Sept 21 – CTV: Brown – More details about Lawsuit

 – Sept 21 – Open letter to Premier McGuinty and MP Finley

Originally posted December 19, 2006

The Hamilton Spectator
CALEDONIA (Dec 19, 2006)

Natives on the former Douglas Creek Estates are rejecting accusations they are behind the weekend trashing of the home of Caledonia residents.

The incident occurred on the weekend to the home David Brown owns with Dana Chatwell on Argyle Street West on the border of the Douglas Creek Estates.

The couple told police they’d been out for the evening and when they returned home at about 1:30 a.m., Dec. 17, they saw several people running out the back door onto Douglas Creek Estates.

OPP spokesperson Paula Wright said the intruders had overturned furniture and scrawled graffiti on the inside walls, but apparently didn’t steal anything.

“Racist go home,” was one of the slogans painted onto the walls.

A group of non-natives who gathered near the house Sunday afternoon blamed protesters for the break-in. But Wright said it’s too early to point the finger at anybody.

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Sept. 18, 2007
London Free Press

Last week an innocent property owner was severely injured in Caledonia. The back of his head was bashed in and he was further assaulted while unconscious.Dalton McGuinty is responsible for his lack of action on over 17 months of native aggression and crime against innocent residents and business owners.

Anyone who votes Liberal had better think twice about the safety of their homes, jobs, children and way of life. Under the Liberals our law has become extinct and the OPP useless.

We are on the road to anarchy

POSTED BY: Mary-Lou LaPratte, Sarnia

Sept 15, 2007
BrantFord Expositor

Having watched the escalation of native protests in Ontario for several years, I have a few personal observations to share.

Think an ancestor sold the farm too cheap? Organize an illegal family reunion there and refuse to leave. Not only will you be allowed to stay, but you will receive money and an apology from the government and current owner. An added advantage to this is the ability to repeat the process every couple generations to ensure a continuing cash flow for your ever-increasing number of descendents. Land title in Ontario is only valid until a group of people decides to take your property because you won’t pay them protection money. Don’t expect help from Dalton, he got your land transfer tax already and doesn’t know you anymore.

The Lost Tribe of the Confederacy has been found. It’s called the OPP and its chief is Julian Fantino.

Alan Haines

Waterdown