“Records showing the total number of claims by High River residents and businesses and the final cost to taxpayers for paying and processing the damage claims caused by the RCMP forced entries and searches.” Municipal Affairs FOIP response April 3, 2018: Claims Paid Out = 1,580 Total Amount Paid = $2,455,815.04 Largest Single Claim = $63,001.06
RCMP EXCEL SPREADSHEET WITH 2,210 HIGH RIVER DAMAGE CLAIMS TOTALING MORE THAN $2.5 MILLION: 50 Damage Claims Over $5,000 Largest Single Claim = $201,870.57 https://dennisryoung.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/RCMP-High-River-Forced-Entry-Damage-Claims-A-2014-08266-Nov-4-2015.xlsx
VIDEO: JASON KENNEY ON HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES, PROPERTY RIGHTS & GUNS – “Outrageous violation of property rights and personal privacy,” Jason Kenney, October 2017 – Despite several follow-up requests since Jason was elected leader of the United Conservative Party and his by-election victory in Calgary Lougheed, I’m still waiting to be invited to the meeting Jason promised. NOTE: I would like to especially thank Todd Brown, Executive Director, Firearms Institute for Rational Education for asking Jason this important question and for providing the video with Jason’s response.
RCMP PUBLIC COMPLAINTS COMMISSION HIGH RIVER REPORT – FINDING NO. 31: There is no information to support the claim that RCMP members breached any gun safes. Further, none of the residents interviewed reported that their gun safes had been breached. (Page 66)
FIRST HAND ACCOUNT FROM A HIGH RIVER GUN OWNER – Excerpt: Recollections from his interview with the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP: “I related to him how my house was broken into and how a secured box that had a cable lock on it was opened with bolt cutters. Two trigger locked handguns were found inside and taken back to the detachment.” Name and contact information withheld by request – E-Mail dated March 1, 2018
NOTE: If any current or former High River resident wants to share their story, please send me an e-mail: email@example.com
CFP – PRAY THE RCMP DON’T LOOK AFTER YOUR TOWN IN A STATE OF EMERGENCY By Dennis R. Young – April 1, 2014 http://canadafreepress.com/article/pray-the-rcmp-dont-look-after-your-town-in-a-state-of-emergency
It was $2,356,530.91 on October 1, 2015. The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission For the RCMP failed to report the cost of these damage claims in their High River report.
EXCERPT PDF Page 2: “The CAF members assisted the RCMP in the removal of the firearms; however, this action was outside the restraints of the Operation Order.” How is it possible that the 121-Page Report on the High River Firearms Seizures by the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission For the RCMP missed reporting this important bit of evidence?
ALBERTA PREMIER’S OFFICE ACKNOWLEDGES RECEIPT OF HIGH RIVER COMPLAINT TO U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL: Shares copy with Alberta Minister of Justice & Solicitor General Kathleen Ganley – February 8, 2018
HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES AND RIGHTS VIOLATIONS BY RCMP & SOLDIERS – 2013 FLOOD. Formal Complaint filed with Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights citing four articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. By Dennis R. Young – February 7, 2018
ALBERTA CIVIL LIBERTIES RESPONSE: HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES – ACLRC Response to my Question: Can you think of an avenue I haven’t pursued to get these records available to the residents of High River, the public and the media? Student-at-Law – Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre – January 25, 2018
MY REPLY JANUARY 25, 2018: Thanks Lisa: I was hoping for some help trying to get around the governments use of solicitor-client privilege to withhold everything related to my request. In the case of the Alberta Crown counsel legal authorities paper we now believe is entitled: ‘’The Local State of Emergency-Mandatory Evacuation Order Police Officer Authorities’’ written by Peter Mackenzie. Who exactly was the client?
The paper was requested by RCMP Asst. Commissioner Marianne Ryan as a result of an e-mail exchange with Alberta Asst. Deputy Solicitor General Bill Sweeney who was asking for the legal authorities for the RCMP High River door-kicking spree (that caused $2.3 million in damages to 2,210 residences). Sweeney was asking on behalf of his Deputy Minister and the Justice Minister Jonathan Denis. Who is going to be damaged by releasing this document four years after the flood? What good can it do to keep this paper secret? It sure won’t help rebuild trust in the RCMP in High River. Having filed nearly 800 Access to Information Act requests and 20 FOIP requests I know how the system works. I need help getting the records I need for my research. I was hoping the ACLRC would be able to help with the research. I’m all on my own here.
Thanks again, Dennis