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Police brutality is the wanton use of excessive force, usually physical, but potentially in the form of verbal attacks and psychological intimidation, by a police officer. Widespread police brutality exists in many countries, even those that prosecute it. It is one of several forms of police misconduct, which include: false arrest, intimidation, racial profiling, political repression, surveillance abuse, sexual abuse and police corruption.
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Many of the Peterborough OPP are outrageous liars

Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:13 pm

I was charged for impaired driving while I was on private property. The arresting officer was from the Peterborough OPP. He arrested me as many people from my community and family watched. These officers also put me into a cell overnight. This officer used the authority of the Highway traffic act ( that does not apply to private property ) to impound my utility vehicle and gave me a 90 day driver's license suspension. He laughed at me when he was filling out his notes and told me "you will not get your vehicle back until the end of court proceedings because I impounded it under section 217 (4) of the highway traffic act". As a result of the 90 day suspension I lost my job and I had to pay 1,400 dollars to get my vehicle out of impound (the impound could have been around 20,000 dollars if I was unsuccessful at getting an early release)

I represented myself at trial because the cost of paying a lawyer was no different than the punishment of being found guilty in this so called justice system. The judge found the officers testimony to be 'curious' and acquitted me of impaired driving and also ruled that my arrest was unlawful and that my charter rights section 7, 8 and 9 were violated. Section 7 is the right to life liberty and security of the person. Section 8 is the right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure. Section 9 is the right not to be arbitrarily detained. I was a little put off when the judge complimented the officer for being polite and well spoken when that officer so obviously lied.

This is only one of the many acts that Peterborough OPP have put my family through. People should fight these corrupt police and let people know about these unlawful acts!

'Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety'. Benjamin Franklin
Last edited by Gkuke on Thu Jun 27, 2013 7:45 pm, edited 2 times in total.

Re: Many of the Peterborough OPP are outrageous liars

Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:27 pm

I was speaking to an officer from Peterborough OPP one day last summer. This officer told me that he NEVER LIES, however what that officer doesn't know is that I am aware of a time when he pulled over my father-in-law John. John had throat cancer some years earlier and now has a little trouble saying some words and because of radiation treatment he has more saliva in his mouth than usual. John pulled out of his driveway directly into this officer's ride check as he was heading to my house to feed my dog while I was away. He asked John if he had anything to drink, John said no and the officer told him he could smell alcohol on his breath and made John do a breathalyzer test. John blew a zero because John did not have anything to drink. Strange how the officer could smell alcohol on John's breath.

I imagine what the TRUTH was in this incident is that the officer heard and saw the results of John's cancer and cancer treatment and automatically thought John was drinking and then LIED and said he could smell alcohol. When an officer smells alcohol on a persons breath it gives that officer grounds to make a road side breath test and the officer can now detain that person. That detention is Charter acceptable when on the road or highway because the person is doing a government controlled licensed activity. When the officer is LYING about the smell of alcohol on a person's breath and makes a roadside breath demand, that officer is now violating the person's Charter Rights and ARBITRARILY DETAINING that person. John's section 9 Charter Rights were violated because the officer LIED about the smell of alcohol and made John go to his cruiser to do a breath test. So not only is he is a Liar, he also has no respect for peoples Charter Rights just like most of the Peterborough OPP officers that he works with.
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