ALBERTA INFORMATION COMMISSIONER APPROVES INQUIRY TO OBTAIN HIGH RIVER RCMP FORCED ENTRIES ‘LEGAL AUTHORITIES PAPER’

Letter from Jill Clayton dated October 8, 2019 – Received by Dennis R. Young October 15, 2019

AUGUST 20, 2019 – OPEN LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER TRUDEAU: HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES
Waiving Solicitor-Client Privilege on High River Forced Entries Records Being Withheld By Dennis R. Young – August 20, 2019
EXCERPT: You can start to repair this broken trust by making public the hundreds and hundreds of pages of records on the High River Forced Entries and rights violations withheld by your government using the solicitor-client privilege exemption. Please give the authority to your Ministers of Justice and Attorney General, Public Safety and Defence and the Judge Advocate General to waive privilege on these records. I would also ask you to direct the Minister of Public Safety to expedite the processing and release of 2,280 pages of High River rights violations records I requested from the RCMP in 2016. See the details regarding the records being withheld and updates on my Access to Information Act requests attached.

JUNE 21, 2019 – LETTER TO PREMIER KENNEY ON HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES
Premier of Alberta asked to waive privilege on hidden High River ‘legal authorities paper’
Letter dated June 21, 2019 by Dennis R. Young

 

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Chris Keown
Chris Keown
3 years ago

Well done Sir! Keep up the good work.

bryan morphy
bryan morphy
3 years ago

Great News Dennis ! I commend you for doing this.

Garry Breitkreuz
Garry Breitkreuz
3 years ago

Congratulations Dennis-Your tenacity, love of truth, honesty,openness in government is like no one else I know.You deserve the highest award.The best thing I ever did in my 22 years as an M.P. was hire you as a
researcher in my office.You have been a real God send! Best regards. Garry

Rocky
Rocky
3 years ago

Thanks Dennis . This is good news. Thanks for your persistence.

John Jagodzinski
John Jagodzinski
3 years ago

I didn’t think you would succeed, but I am so happy you did. Now maybe some justice will occur. They would not have done the break-ins in a urban area, why did they they think it would be okay in a more isolated area?

Neil Batchelor
Neil Batchelor
3 years ago

Well done Dennis! A long time coming!

Richard FRITZE
3 years ago

Dennis:

Congratulations!!

Stellar, stalwart service to gun owners, and, indeed, all Albertan/Canadians.

Barry turner
Barry turner
3 years ago

Dennis, you are indeed a man of persistence, courage and determination. I’m proud of you. Barry Turner, former MP.

Sanford E SKIDMORE
Sanford E SKIDMORE
3 years ago
Reply to  Barry turner

I beleive those searches were a criminal act. The of K divison in edmonton and the base comander of the soldiers involved in those searches should be held accountable.

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