COMMENT #1: ODD THAT THE OFFICERS ‘ON HIGH’ CHOSE TO CLOSE THIS INVESTIGATION DOWN AFTER JUST 8 MINUTES, WITHOUT CONDUCTING A PROPER INVESTIGATION AND WITHOUT ANSWERING ALL THE QUESTIONS POSED BY THE DEFENCE MINISTER’S OFFICE.
COMMENT #2: ‘I DON’T EXPECT THAT IT WILL SURFACE AGAIN UNLESS SOME TYPE OF EVIDENCE TO THE CONTRARY IS PRESENTED’ – LIKE A PHOTOGRAPH WITH SOLDIERS TOUCHING FIREARMS HANDED TO THEM BY AN RCMP OFFICER?
CANADA FREE PRESS – THE COVER-UP OF HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES CONTINUES – The ‘legal authorities paper’ the RCMP and Alberta Justice don’t want you to see. http://canadafreepress.com/article/the-cover-up-of-high-river-forced-entries-continues
More than four years later, Alberta Justice withholds High River Forced Entries ‘legal authorities paper’ paper, entitled ‘’The Local State of Emergency-Mandatory Evacuation Order Police Officer Authorities’’ written by Peter Mackenzie, by claiming it is ‘Privileged information’.
TRUST IN RCMP STILL BROKEN BECAUSE OF HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES – EXCERPT: Again, unfortunately, no one in your government or the previous one led by Prime Minister Harper have stood up for, paid for or even acknowledged the Charter rights violations suffered by the residents of High River, following the 2013 flood, when hundreds of RCMP officers kicked in thousands of doors, entered their homes unlawfully, searched their homes without warrant and seized their private property, again without warrant. Consequently, the trust in the RCMP remains broken among a majority of High River residents.
JUST A RESPONSE, STILL NO ANSWERS. TRUST IN THE RCMP REMAINS BROKEN AMONG HIGH RIVER RESIDENTS.
TORONTO SUN – THE RCMP PLAY FAST AND LOOSE WITH GUN REGISTRY – What is on the hard drive the Liberals intend to give the Quebec government may well include names and other records for gun owners outside Quebec, too. BY LORNE GUNTER , EDMONTON SUN – UPDATED: SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2017 – READ THE REST: http://www.torontosun.com/2017/06/17/the-rcmp-play-fast-and-loose-with-gun-registry
EXCERPT: The Mounties were, in a way, stuck in the middle of these opposing forces. And I feel sorry for them for being pressured to walk on a knife’s edge, if not for one thing – the High River, Alberta gun grab in 2013. Following devastating spring floods in that southern Alberta community in June 2013, Mounties kicked in hundreds of doors – without warrants – searching high and low for guns. They insisted they were looking only for survivors and only took guns that were in plain sight. But it was clear they rummaged through underwear drawers and refrigerators, in locked safes and behind furnaces – places that were far too small to be harbouring flood victims. In many cases, Mounties went directly to homes of registered gun owners, looked only for listed guns, then returned to headquarters. If they had, as ordered, destroyed all the registry data in October 2012, how could they identify owners in June 2013 unless they’d made copies or squirreled away data on other computers. NOTE: Here is the link to one such documented case: http://canadafreepress.com/print_friendly/pray-the-rcmp-dont-look-after-your-town-in-a-state-of-emergency
FOURTH POLL OF HIGH RIVER RESIDENTS SHOWS A DISMAL LACK OF TRUST IN RCMP – A large percentage of the residents of High River, Alberta would refuse another evacuation order. https://nfa.ca/poll-of-high-river-residents-shows-a-dismal-lack-of-trust-in-rcmp/
THREE HIGH RIVER POLLS SHOW A LOT MORE QUESTIONS NEED TO BE ANSWERED TO REBUILD TRUST https://nfa.ca/media-release-poll-shows-half-of-high-river-residents-want-judicial-inquiry/