Monthly Archive August 31, 2020

BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️ – “Branching Out” for LEGAL Garnishment

It’s Time to Amend the Bank Act So Clients Can Collect on Judgments

Ontario utilizes a “loser pays” legal system in which the losing party is usually ordered by the court to pay a portion of the successful party’s legal fees. As a result, regardless of who wins, someone ends up with a piece of paper requiring the other party to pay money.

Assuming that the losing party does not voluntarily cut a cheque, a bank garnishment oughtto be the most straightforward and direct means to collect. I emphasize the word “ought”.

Put simply, once a bank is served with a Notice of Garnishment it is required to seize any funds the debtor holds at the bank and pay those funds (up to the amount owed to the creditor) to the sheriff. Ultimately the sheriff hands the money over to the creditor.

The catch is that in order to garnish the account, the creditor must serve the Notice of Garnishment at

the branch where the debt is payable.

If the creditor does not know the branch location then they are out of luck.

For example, the debtor may have $1 million dollars in a savings account at TD Canada Trust. However, if the creditor serves the Notice of Garnishment at the main branch, and the debtor’s “branch of account” is actually a different branch just around the corner from the main branch,

then the bank is not required to garnish and pay the funds over to the sheriff.

From a practical perspective, this means that if the creditor does not have any banking information for the debtor they have limited options.

The creditor can require the debtor to attend an examination and disclose his/her banking information. However, debtors often fail to show at these examinations and when they do they are often not very forthcoming. The result is more time and money wasted while the creditor returns to court to compel proper answers.

The creditor could also take a shot-gun approach and try to garnish different branches. While this may work in small rural areas, in larger urban centers there can be hundreds of bank branches which makes this approach cost prohibitive.

All of this got me to thinking, why on earth is it necessary to locate a specific bank branch.

The answer, it seems, was that this was initially required to make lives easier on the banks!

This case from 1981 discusses why the Bank Act created this requirement. At paragraph 32 the court states

“The subsection was necessary to protect the bank against garnishing orders issued, say, in Victoria when there was an account, say, in Halifax. The bank would be bound, upon receiving each garnishing order, to search the records of every branch in Canada and probably out of Canada, a quite impractical proposition. What need be done now is to search only the branch at which the garnishing order is served. If there is found to be neither property in the possession of the bank belonging to the person garnisheed nor moneys to the credit of that person, the bank need not search further.”

I agree that in 1981 having a bank search the records of every branch in Canada was likely “a quite impractical proposition”. However, over 30 years later one has to think that banks could, from a central location (or any location for that matter), easily search all of their records to see if the debtor has any accounts at any branch across the Province or Canada.

A simple amendment to s. 462 of the Bank Act could radically improve the way that litigants are able to recover sums of money that the courts have awarded to them. Instead of hunting for specific branches, litigants could easily take a shot-gun approach and serve all of the major banks.

Recovery prospects would increase dramatically. Enforcement costs would be reduced drastically given that litigants would only be paying fees associated with issuing 5 Notices of Garnishment as opposed to 500.

s. 462 of the Bank Act

Branch of account with respect to deposits

  • 461 (1) For the purposes of this Act, the branch of account with respect to a deposit account is
    • (a) the branch the address or name of which appears on the specimen signature card or other signing authority signed by a depositor with respect to the deposit account or that is designated by agreement between the bank and the depositor at the time of opening of the deposit account; or
    • (b) if no branch has been identified or agreed on as provided in paragraph (a), the branch that is designated as the branch of account with respect thereto by the bank by notice in writing to the depositor.
  • Where debt payable(2) The amount of any debt owing by a bank by reason of a deposit in a deposit account in the bank is payable to the person entitled thereto only at the branch of account and the person entitled thereto is not entitled to demand payment or to be paid at any other branch of the bank.
  • Idem(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), a bank may permit either occasionally or as a regular practice, the person to whom the bank is indebted by reason of a deposit in a deposit account in the bank to withdraw moneys owing by reason of that deposit at a branch of the bank other than the branch of account or to draw cheques or other orders for the payment of such moneys at a branch other than the branch of account.
  • Situs of indebtedness

Situs of indebtedness

  • (4) The indebtedness of a bank by reason of a deposit in a deposit account in the bank shall be deemed for all purposes to be situated at the place where the branch of account is situated.

the place where the branch of account is situated.

Effect of writ, etc.

  • 462 (1) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), the following documents are binding on property belonging to a person and in the possession of a bank, or on money owing to a person by reason of a deposit account in a bank, only if the document or a notice of it is served at the branch of the bank that has possession of the property or that is the branch of account in respect of the deposit account, as the case may be:
    • (a) a writ or process originating a legal proceeding or issued in or pursuant to a legal proceeding;
    • (b) an order or injunction made by a court;
    • (c) an instrument purporting to assign, perfect or otherwise dispose of an interest in the property or the deposit account; or
    • (d) an enforcement notice in respect of a support order or support provision.
  • Notices(2) Any notification sent to a bank with respect to a customer of the bank, other than a document referred to in subsection (1) or (3), constitutes notice to the bank and fixes the bank with knowledge of its contents only if sent to and received at the branch of the bank that is the branch of account of an account held in the name of that customer.

BL20-🎄C💩enein – And the winner is “Toronto Police Services”

It saddens me to say I snitched. I have a report number # is 2020-1645xxx

I snitched on CIBC and Kramer Dhillon Simaan. It took at least one from each company to collude and breach the trust of clients.

I think they all have reasonably good connections to various police forces, they are “in the biz” and nothing much will happen.

CIBC will now have to be sued since I did not get a final payoff amount from them. We verbally discussed $1,000 – 10,000 as a range of payoff, but I heard nothing from either CIBC or the OBSI today.

No one got back to me.

If no charges are laid, it seems easiest to just add Ms. Adrian and both her clients to my suit if they are not there already.. They are ALL working in concert, And Ms Adrian bridges the Civil-Criminal gap nicely, interfacing with Charles Painter and the Crown.

How Could She Legally Know of My New Bank Account – a theory

There is ONE possible way she got the data WITHOUT breach of trust and theft. A “system” all banks set up quietly in back rooms.

Banks lose money to deadbeats, as do lawyers.

If the majors wanted to collect MORE money MORE often, they need to know what deadbeat MOVED around. All Banks would ALL contribute THEIR deadbeats to a common, shared database of “Known DeadBeats”.

So every bank puts in their new garnishments. And every bank can inquire when they need to see who has failed t okay… A credit check maybe…..

Then, all the banks ALSO would share “new accounts” with each other, and then, daily, someone would “run” the new accounts names against the database of “Known DeadBeats”, and spit out matches back to every bank.

When they match on name, address, or SIN, or Driver’s Licence… they know someone skipped out at one bank and JUST that day went to another. BANG! GARNISH!… they get that account frozen again instantly.

That would do what happened to me.

It also smacks of illegal use of personal data.

So, if the major banks are “sharing deadbeats” like that, she did not steal my data.. Maybe CIBC just GAVE it to her.

But, that illegal system would need to keep a whole LOT of people silent about its existence, like covering up failed moon landings or Trade Center collapses.

Maybe some clever nerd figured out how to get “deadbeats; from some OTHER legal source, and maybe banks only submit NEW accounts.. .under the guise of making sure …like a credit check… to a Credit Rating Company.

Maybe the banks got one of them to write a new system.

Maybe “Return of the DeadBeats”.. or “UndeadBeats”, or “DeadBeats Arose”.

That is all its takes. A third party willing to get each bank to feed it garnishments and new accounts and it just innocently says…”Hey, DeadBeat Lepp at TD Aurora just opened a new account at CIBC Aurora.” And maybe banks PAY an amount per “hit”.

Maybe Equifax is tracking them. After all, Equifax tracks EVERYONE and maybe banks feed Equifax new accounts and maybe Equifax does the matching so it looks to be at “arms length.”

The banks will never tell us.

But it may be proven anecdotally. If a LOT of garnished people report their second attempt at a new bank account ALSO froze next day… we are onto something.

A rainy day project.

BL20-🎄C💩e8 – 3 lawyers arrested me for speaking to them in court, I attempt to arrest 1 lawyer for speaking to me OUT of court

OK, this is a fun thought for ME to start the day, Monday, August 31, 2020

I bet, that while 3 of “them” with no evidence of any illegal act on my part, were able to put me in Lindsay for 2 nights IN THE MIDDLE OF COVID-19… I will NOT be able to arrest ONE lawyer for ADMITTING she stole my identity under the guise of an “examination for discovery”.

I contend that this time Tuesday, she will still not be arrested.

Within a few hours of being asked by Det. Sgt. Bentham March 2, 3, 4 …THEY successfully arrested me and put me in prison for 2 nights and had me under house arrest and a $15,000 bond

March 2 thru 4, 2020 … Within just hours of starting out, YRP Lawyer Barry Stork, and Aurora Lawyer Charles Painter, and a 3rd ringleader, SIGNED (or WOULDN’T SIGN) affidavit(s) and were ABLE to arrest me on JUST the CROWN’s trust of their friend’s words, telling police I merely spoke to the ringleader in a court room, precisely where J. Dawe ordered me to talk to her.

August 31, I WILL ATTEMPT to arrest just ONE of “them” for ADMITTING to stealing my personal banking data ON VIDEO with a court reporter as witness

August 31, 2020 I ask to arrest Lawyer Gwendolyn Adrian for SPEAKING to me in a COURT ordered Zoom meeting, and saying she got and garnished my brand new banking data from CIBC in less than 24 hours … and then she asked me for EVERY answer for EVERY question one must use to secure a bank account for online access. She had everything needed to directly take my money with even needing a garnishment order.

What are the bets police WILL REFUSE?

“FILM at 11:00” as they once said, today it is “Check your Twitter feed”

I will bet you they will claim (all of):

  • The Zoom meeting was implicitly “without prejudice”
  • There was only one eye and ear witness
  • The video quality is 540P and not 720P for courtroom use
  • I had caught her in a tired and confused state after being exposed to MY VOICE from 10:00 to 2:07 without earmuffs
  • I cheated her into admitting it by asking her outright if she had done it
  • I’ve been harassing Gwendolyn Adrian since December 1, 2016
  • Ms Adrian does NOT have an ethics contract as an LOS licensee, it is merely a “memorandum of understanding” to be trustworthy and honourable
  • It was a on a day with a “Y” in it and there is a Y in “lawyer” specifically for that matching purpose. Because, if a man who farms is a farmer, why is a man who practices law not a LAWER? Why did they get the “privilege” of an EXTRA letter?
  • I was involved in a “matter” against her in court
  • That would be a collateral attack. (I say it is a colawyeral attack)
  • It’s a P.D. day. Not a Professional Development day, Police Domination day.
  • And the ever popular… “NO, just no.”

BL20-🎄C💩e7 – Suing As A Private Citizen, Defended As An Employee of Aurora?

Why is she being given a free lawyer?

How is that even possible, let alone doable??

Should that be permitted? Should Gwendolyn Adrian and Charles Painter be permitted to act CONCURRENTLY THIS for an ex employee paid by my taxes for three years?

Should York Regional Police’s lawyer, Barry Stork, be able to join with those two to arrest me on three false criminal charges?

Should her lawyer be able to ask me for all of my bank account numbers and all my security answers to manage my online banking?

Should her lawyer be able to collude with CIBC to take all my account setup data?

no….. she should not.

Below are the summaries of potential charges. Some Provincial and some Federal. So, which police force do I report them to?

YRP – ummm, no.

Metro Toronto – If they would have me,

OPP – maybe. I have yet to get them to admit they do anything other than Hwy 400 traffic,

RCMP – maybe. I will ask. I know an ex-Mountie and he will know.

For the CIBC Employee

Criminal breach of trust


Identity theft

For the third party receiving the stolen personal banking information

Criminal breach of trust

Identity theft

The Law Society of Ontario requires:

Undertakings and Trust Conditions



BL20-🎄C💩eꌛ – 3 Possible Police Forces to Call

10:10 am Sunday August 30, 2020 – I am on hold and reporting in to CIBC Security to report the admission of guilt and that a CIBC Aurora staffer had to be complicit.

Below are the summaries of potential charges. Some Provincial and some Federal. So, which police force do I report them to?

YRP – ummm, no.

Metro Toronto – If they would have me,

OPP – maybe. I have yet to get them to admit they do anything other than Hwy 400 traffic,

RCMP – maybe. I will ask. I know an ex-Mountie and he will know.

For the CIBC Employee

Criminal breach of trust


Identity theft

For the third party receiving the stolen personal banking information

Criminal breach of trust

Identity theft

The Law Society of Ontario requires:

Undertakings and Trust Conditions



BL20-🎄C💩e5 – Top 10 Questions at Discovery

August 26, 2020 – Victory Verbatim Hosts Ms Gwendolyn Adrian

I was ordered to attend a “discovery” and I was TWICE sent an invitation for 10:00 a.m. and I was not told an end time. a 10:00 am meeting with no end time ends at lunch. Everyone knows that,

The invitation cited a bunch of stuff to bring, most of which just did not apply to me. I sent back a response for each item requested.

She already had all my banking, because she had ALL my money in CPP And OAS and she has GARNISHED every account I had except my RBC Aurora account. To do that, she has to have the branch and account and transit numbers for the garnishment order and serve it “as personal service”. She faxed to head office instead.

Coming in at #10…

In the actual examination, Ms. Adrian then took a giant left turn into inventorying the minutiae of my home. But, she wanted to make a coffee table book out of dozens of photos she demanded. For every appliance in my home, she wanted 4 photos.

My 20 year old lawn mower. Snowblower. All of which are community property. My “stereo”… a quaint anachronism. Dishwasher, $229 chest freezer.

  • 1) The item
  • 2) The manufacturer name
  • 3) The model number
  • 4) The serial number

So, it dawned on me these requests were new to me. I did not recall seeing them on the invitation.

So, at 1 hour 34 minutes and 58 seconds in …I asked “Were these items and photos requested on the meeting invitation?

Ms Adrian: “That is none of your business.!”

That sums it up, it was none of my business whether she asked in advance for this standard stuff. She did not want it 9 the invitation because it is out of line.

Holding down #1

Close to #1 Ms. Adrian asked for my mother’s name.

Now, how does that apply in a discovery?

But then she topped herself.

“Mr. Lepp, are you expecting to inherit any money?”

She wondered if my mother was dying.

This is the lowest thing I can imagine doing to a person. Asking him to rank the odds of his mother dying before Ms. Adrian gets her money.


She was looking to get her claws into the pennies left behind by a WWI veteran. Wife of a 19 year old WWII volunteer who flew 33 night bomber missions in defence of HER country.

The soul of a lawyer is so cold. They will say and do ANYTHING for money,

She is willing to act as counsel to two women who have lied about every aspect of their law suits. She litigates THEIR lies for them in full knowledge they are lies. It is in the public record, in the transcripts anyone can read.

Both women testified on the witness stand, both sworn in, to the exact OPPOSITE to what they sued me for. They lied in their Plaintiff’s Claims. Both women told MS Adrian the truth, and yet she still litigates the lies instead.

One said Aurora fired her on my request and she could no longer get work. In fact, they offered her cash to leave so her lover was not her superior Director. Just for appearances that looks bad.

Then she got work, at the identical job, in charge of the whole department again, within mere days in another town. Then her suit claims, at the 4 month mark of a 6 month contract, she swore THAT town fired her, ALSO on my request. In fact, as she and her boss BOTH testified at my trial, she was given two months pay FREE to leave early when they unexpectedly ran out of work when she cleaned up all the outstanding problems given to her ahead of schedule.

She signed happily, TWICE in two towns, to take cash money in lieu of notice for being terminated without cause and she admitted that to J. Harpur. Her director boyfriend testified they had been a couple months BEFORE she arrested me.

The second one sued me for how I said what she had done. She said I slandered her, that I told lies about her. Then, just a few months later, in Small Claims court, she testified on the witness stand to the EXACT same facts I had stated about her. Exact. Within 20 minutes of being hired to advocate, I had simply measured, then drawn up and sketched and photographed the exact proof of trespass she THEN admitted to and agreed with in her sworn testimony. It was the same trespass her TWO surveyors swore to. Both men cited the same trespass. Her contractor told her he was trespassing with his drills. We all agreed on the amount of trespass. The judge declared the trespass, Ms Adrian continues to litigate those lies.

BL20-🎄C💩e🏌️‍♀️ – 3 Possible Crimes in Transfer of Personal Banking Data from CIBC Bank to a 3rd party without authority

For the CIBC Employee

Criminal breach of trust

s. 336 Every one who, being a trustee of anything for the use or benefit, whether in whole or in part, of another person, or for a public or charitable purpose, converts, with intent to defraud and in contravention of his trust, that thing or any part of it to a use that is not authorized by the trust is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years.


  • s. 322 (1) Every one commits theft who fraudulently and without colour of right takes, or fraudulently and without colour of right converts to his use or to the use of another person, anything, whether animate or inanimate, with intent
    • (a) to deprive, temporarily or absolutely, the owner of it, or a person who has a special property or interest in it, of the thing or of his property or interest in it;
    • (b) to pledge it or deposit it as security;
    • (c) to part with it under a condition with respect to its return that the person who parts with it may be unable to perform; or
    • (d) to deal with it in such a manner that it cannot be restored in the condition in which it was at the time it was taken or converted.

My bank accounts were frozen, made dead, useless, not for deposit or payment… of no use at all. She stole it by giving my personal banking data to Ms. Adrian. And, as defined, she now CANNOT put the genie back in the bottle.

Identity theft

  • 402.2 (1) Every person commits an offence who obtains or possesses another person’s identity information with intent to use it to commit an indictable offence that includes fraud, deceit or falsehood as an element of the offence.
  • Marginal note: Trafficking in identity information (2) Everyone commits an offence who transmits, makes available, distributes, sells or offers for sale another person’s identity information, or has it in their possession for any of those purposes, knowing that or being reckless as to whether the information will be used to commit an indictable offence that includes fraud, deceit or falsehood as an element of the offence.
  • Marginal note: Clarification(3) For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), an indictable offence referred to in either of those subsections includes an offence under any of the following sections:
    • (a) section 57 (forgery of or uttering forged passport);
    • (b) section 58 (fraudulent use of certificate of citizenship);
    • (c) section 130 (personating peace officer);
    • (d) section 131 (perjury);
    • (e) section 342 (theft, forgery, etc., of credit card);
    • (f) section 362 (false pretence or false statement);
    • (g) section 366 (forgery);
    • (h) section 368 (use, trafficking or possession of forged document);
    • (i) section 380 (fraud); and
    • (j) section 403 (identity fraud).
  • Marginal note: Jurisdiction(4) An accused who is charged with an offence under subsection (1) or (2) may be tried and punished by any court having jurisdiction to try that offence in the place where the offence is alleged to have been committed or in the place where the accused is found, is arrested or is in custody. However, no proceeding in respect of the offence shall be commenced in a province without the consent of the Attorney General of that province if the offence is alleged to have been committed outside that province.
  • Marginal note: Punishment(5) Everyone who commits an offence under subsection (1) or (2)
    • (a) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years; or
    • (b) is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.
  • 2009, c. 28, s. 10
  • 2018, c. 29, s. 45

For the third party receiving the stolen personal banking information

Criminal breach of trust

s. 336 Every one who, being a trustee of anything for the use or benefit, whether in whole or in part, of another person, or for a public or charitable purpose, converts, with intent to defraud and in contravention of his trust, that thing or any part of it to a use that is not authorized by the trust is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years.

…assuming a LSO Licensee can be considered to be a TRUSTEE at any time

Identity theft

  • 402.2 (1) Every person commits an offence who obtains or possesses another person’s identity information with intent to use it to commit an indictable offence that includes fraud, deceit or falsehood as an element of the offence.
  • Marginal note:Trafficking in identity information(2) Everyone commits an offence who transmits, makes available, distributes, sells or offers for sale another person’s identity information, or has it in their possession for any of those purposes, knowing that or being reckless as to whether the information will be used to commit an indictable offence that includes fraud, deceit or falsehood as an element of the offence.
  • Marginal note:Clarification(3) For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), an indictable offence referred to in either of those subsections includes an offence under any of the following sections:
    • (a) section 57 (forgery of or uttering forged passport);
    • (b) section 58 (fraudulent use of certificate of citizenship);
    • (c) section 130 (personating peace officer);
    • (d) section 131 (perjury);
    • (e) section 342 (theft, forgery, etc., of credit card);
    • (f) section 362 (false pretence or false statement);
    • (g) section 366 (forgery);
    • (h) section 368 (use, trafficking or possession of forged document);
    • (i) section 380 (fraud); and
    • (j) section 403 (identity fraud).
  • Marginal note:Jurisdiction(4) An accused who is charged with an offence under subsection (1) or (2) may be tried and punished by any court having jurisdiction to try that offence in the place where the offence is alleged to have been committed or in the place where the accused is found, is arrested or is in custody. However, no proceeding in respect of the offence shall be commenced in a province without the consent of the Attorney General of that province if the offence is alleged to have been committed outside that province.
  • Marginal note:Punishment(5) Everyone who commits an offence under subsection (1) or (2)
    • (a) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years; or
    • (b) is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.
  • 2009, c. 28, s. 10
  • 2018, c. 29, s. 45

The Law Society of Ontario requires:

Undertakings and Trust Conditions

7.2-11 A lawyer shall not give an undertaking that cannot be fulfilled and shall fulfill every undertaking given and honour every trust condition once accepted.

[4] If a lawyer is unable or unwilling to honour a trust condition imposed by someone else, the subject of the trust condition should be immediately returned to the person imposing the trust condition, unless its terms can be forthwith amended in writing on a mutually agreeable basis

[Amended – October 2014]

Practice by Suspended Lawyers Prohibited

7.6-1.2 A lawyer whose licence to practise law is suspended shall comply with the requirements of the by-laws and shall not

(a) practise law;

(b) represent or hold himself or herself out as a person entitled to practise law; or

(c) represent or hold himself or herself out as a person entitled to provide legal services.

Disciplinary Authority

7.8.2-1 A lawyer is subject to the disciplinary authority of the Law Society regardless of where the lawyer’s conduct occurs.


2.1-1 A lawyer has a duty to carry on the practice of law and discharge all responsibilities to clients, tribunals, the public and other members of the profession honourably and with integrity.

[1] Integrity is the fundamental quality of any person who seeks to practise as a member of the legal profession. If a client has any doubt about their lawyer’s trustworthiness, the essential element in the true lawyer-client relationship will be missing. If integrity is lacking, the lawyer’s usefulness to the client and reputation within the profession will be destroyed, regardless of how competent the lawyer may be.

[2] Public confidence in the administration of justice and in the legal profession may be eroded by a lawyer’s irresponsible conduct. Accordingly, a lawyer’s conduct should reflect favourably on the legal profession, inspire the confidence, respect and trust of clients and of the community, and avoid even the appearance of impropriety.

[3] Dishonourable or questionable conduct on the part of a lawyer in either private life or professional practice will reflect adversely upon the integrity of the profession and the administration of justice. Whether within or outside the professional sphere, if the conduct is such that knowledge of it would be likely to impair a client’s trust in the lawyer, the Law Society may be justified in taking disciplinary action.

2.1-2 A lawyer has a duty to uphold the standards and reputation of the legal profession and to assist in the advancement of its goals, organizations and institutions.


3.1-2 A lawyer shall perform any legal services undertaken on a client’s behalf to the standard of a competent lawyer.

[2] Competence is founded upon both ethical and legal principles. This rule addresses the ethical principles. Competence involves more than an understanding of legal principles; it involves an adequate knowledge of the practice and procedures by which such principles can be effectively applied. To accomplish this, the lawyer should keep abreast of developments in all areas of law in which the lawyer practises.

[10] In addition to opinions on legal questions, the lawyer may be asked for or may be expected to give advice on non-legal matters such as the business, economic, policy, or social complications involved in the question or the course the client should choose. In many instances the lawyer’s experience will be such that the lawyer’s views on non-legal matters will be of real benefit to the client. The lawyer who expresses views on such matters should, if necessary and to the extent necessary, point out any lack of experience or other qualification in the particular field and should clearly distinguish legal advice from other advice.

The fence was built KNOWINGLY in trespass. The builders lawyer should not litigate a suit claiming slander for stating the facts admitted by the builder in court o n the witness stands questioned by her OWN LAWYER.

Gwendolyn Adrian questioned her client WHERE she KNEW the fence to be located, the client said “I knew I built it ON the neighbours land and I dug up her foundation stones doing it.”

From that moment on, Ms Adrian KNEW her client lied in her suit of me and should have dismissed the suit. She continues to litigate this lie by her client.


BL20-🎄C💩e🎄 – Examination of Execution Rules

Fall 2007 – (Commercial Litigation Brief Winter 2007/2008)

In order to get the information necessary to seize a debtor’s assets or garnish his income, Rule 60.18 of the Rules of Court permit a creditor to require a debtor to attend an ex­amination under oath be­fore a court reporter and be questioned in relation to: 

(a)  the reason for non-payment or non-performance of the judgment; 

(b)  the debtor’s income and property; 

(c)  the debts owed to and by the debtor; 

(d)  the disposal the debtor has made of any property either before or after the making of the order; 

(e)  the debtor’s present, past and future means to satisfy the order; 

(f)  whether the debtor intends to obey the order or has any reason for not doing so; and 

(g)  any other matter pertinent to the enforcement of the order. 

In reading the rule, the most important provision is the ability to ask a question about “any other matter pertinent to the enforcement of the order.” That means that legal research into the panoply of post-judgment enforcement remedies must be done before the examination in aid of execution (formerly called a judgment debt­or examination) to determine what you have to establish to obtain those remedies and, therefore, what evidence you need from the debtor to assist you in obtaining those remedies.

She did the LEGAL RESEARCH and chose Garnishment of every bank account combined with a write filed against the sale of my home. There was no FURTHER questioning required. She had solved it.

Obviously, the debtor is hesi­tant to cooperate in this process, so one has to be prepared for the possibility that the debtor will ignore a personally served Notice of Examin­ation,1 and one will have to get a court order to re-attend.

I joined Zoom at 10:00. She ended the examination at 10:03 to get a certificate of non-attendance. The entire legal community waits 30 minutes for traffic. But not for a self rep. She waited only 3 minutes WHILE I SAT THERE WAITING TO BE INVITED IN TO THE MEETING.

The court may set out the method of service of for the second Notice of Examination. A copy of that Order, and the second Notice of Examination is then served. Ulti­mately, the court may make an Order for contempt, but only after service of the motion for contempt personally, and not by an alternative personal service, absent extraordinary circumstances, such as proof that the Debtor was evading service.

An officer or director of a corporate debtor or, in the case of a debtor that is a partnership or sole proprietorship, a partner or sole proprietor against whom the order may be enforced may be examined on behalf of the debtor. Only one examination may be held in a twelve-month period in respect of a debtor in the same proceeding unless the court orders otherwise. Therefore, proper preparation is key. Where it appears from an examination that a debtor has concealed or made away with property to defeat or defraud creditors, a judge may make a contempt order against the debtor, so pursuing a line of questioning about the history of the property belong to the debtor into the hands of third parties is an important part of the examination.3 When the debtor feigns a lack of knowledge, or cannot be located, one can rely on Rule 60.18 (6) which provides that where any difficulty arises concerning the enforcement of an order, the court may, 

(a)  make an order for the examination of any person who the court is satisfied may have knowledge of the matters set out in (a) through (g); and 

(b)  make such order for the examination of any other person as is just. 

Because the Rules of Court therefore provide that a creditor may examine a debtor not only as to his income and property, and debts owed to and by the debtor, but also with respect to the disposal that the debtor has made of any property either before or after the judgment, the creditor is entitled to examine not only as the debtor’s present means to satisfy the judgment, but also his means and assets previous to the judgment, for example, at the time that the debt to the plaintiffs was contracted. A debtor who contracted for the purchase of items at a time when they could not have paid for them may be guilty of fraud.

Questioning financial HISTORY is for fraud in a purchase. Not applicable.

Property transferred by the debtor prior to judgment for the purpose of avoiding creditors may also be challenged. Preferential transactions with non-arm’s length creditors to the detriment of other creditors at a time when the debtor was insolvent, may also be the subject of a challenge. All of these areas may be explored at an examination in aid of execution. A historical examination of the debtor’s assets and income is critical to determining historical patterns which demonstrate whether, and when, the debtor started to divert or hide income and assets from the impending threat of creditors’ claims. 

There has been NO diversion or hiding detected, ever.


Clients retain high paid legal counsel to win trials for them, but often leave it to collection agencies to collect those judgments. Obtaining a judgment may only be half the battle, and it is important to treat post-judgment realization of that asset with the importance it deserves as part of an overall process of turning a claim into cash. Taking advantage of the expansive rights allowed under the Rules of Civil Procedure by a properly conducted Examination in Aid of Execution is a critical feature to that process, and must be understood as such. 

Ms. Adrian chose to NOT hire an expert in collections law. She did not have the requisite skills to do her own examination, since she revealed MORE about HER possibly alleged criminal act than anything negative about me.

1    Or by an alternative to personal service, but not by service on a solicitor, as set out in Rule 60.18 (7) 

2    Rule 60.11 (2) 

3    Rule 60.18 (5) 

This article appeared in Commercial Litigation Brief Winter 2007/2008. 

BL20-🎄C💩e2 – Silly cop tricks–u__GGzmVgakCig74DrpX8HQVgeHvXc4IxckZo


6:07 PM PT — Police say the officers were approached by a patron in the convenience store who was in line behind the man at the ATM and found it suspicious his transactions kept being denied.

In the video, the man explains he forgot his pin number because he had so many cards. Police say the entire interaction lasted 6 minutes and they are happy to discuss the incident with the man.

Pulling out money from an ATM in a Texas suburb was all it took for this black man to be cornered and interrogated by white police officers, who thought he had too many credit cards.

The incident went down recently at a gas station in Burleson, a suburb of Fort Worth, and video shows one of the officers asking the man to prove the numerous cards in his wallet are his.

The guy explains he’s in a rush to help his wife, whose car he says had broken down, but police make him slowly cycle through all the credit cards in his wallet so they can match the names on the cards to his ID.

The man wonders why cops are making a big fuss, and one officer tells him someone in the store thought he was acting suspiciously.

At one point, the officer outrageously asks the man how he ended up in the suburb and everything checks out in the end … but now the guy is saying the entire interaction was racist.

Hard to argue.

We reached out to the Burleson Police Department … so far, no word back.

Originally Published — 5:19 PM PT

BL20-🎄C💩e1 – Silly cop tricks


Police in Texas slammed a man’s forehead into a curb during a bloody arrest … and cops also had an elbow and knee pinned on his head.

The violent altercation with cops in Beaumont, Texas was caught on camera, with bystanders screaming in horror as multiple police officers flip the man off his stomach, causing his head to smash into the concrete curb in the middle of a parking lot.

BL20-🎄C💩e – Discovered For Examining!

aka: “If they ask for SIN… RUN!”

Now, lawyers looking in will tell you I got that backwards, that it’s “Examination for Discovery“.


And, yes she DEMANDED my Social Insurance Number!

But, when Ms. Gwendolyn Adrian, senior lawyer of Michael Simaan’s firm Kramer Simaan Dhillon, does it… it comes out backwards. She wanted to find my lost old mine to get her $18,000

Trouble is, she had already been paid the $18,000.

She took $4,500 of our pensions from TD Bank within a week of J. Schabas order WITHOUT a single collection notice. No wasteful 30 day terms for lawyers. When I had not brought her cash THE NEXT DAY she illegally garnished our joint account of our CPP and OAS depots date day before.

That left about $13,500 to collect, so, she collected that amount too.

By attaching a $14,000 lien on our home, she was PAID IN FULL, she had accepted the lien as full and final payment.

So, why did she force me to a meeting? For greed.

But, in fact, out was met who was greedy. I knew I had paid her and wondered what I could get out of HER.

Jackpot! The brass ring.

Ms. Adrian ADMITTED out loud “It was someone else!”… who gave me your CIBC banking details…

Yesterday, on Zoom audio and in my v\deo recording. Mrs Adrian ADMITTED out loud “It was someone else!” who gave her my CIBC banking account info THE SAME DAY I OPENED IT.

This was after scheduling a marathon 14 HOURS of questioning, without telling me,

Yes, she said she had the legal authority to call me to a 10:00 am meeting, she gave me perhaps 5% of the documents she wanted to discuss, she stated NO END TIME for the meeting so we were going to midnight and THEN refused me an hour lunch break to do business.

I connected to the meeting precisely 10:00. But, by 10:03, as I waited quietly to be greeted, she declared I had not shown up and she left the meeting to get a piece of paper to that effect to file me for contempt. She stood up and left.

The Victory Transcription lady and I chatted aimlessly. She called Ms Adrian to find out where she was. Ms Adrian came back on.

Then, she ejected my representative from the Zoom audio meeting. Tossed him because “he is not a party to this”. And there went Jock.

She will claim this EXACT SET OF RULES would apply if I had hired a lawyer. Because she began to list EVERY item we own in our house and separately demanded

  • 1) A photo of “TV #1 of 5”
  • 2) A photo of TV#1 manufacturer name
  • 3) A photo of the model number
  • 4) A photo of the serial number…
  • and repeat that for each of 5 TVs.

THEN she ORDERED me to take a second camera and take a photo of my Google Maps camera. Well, probably 3 photos.

When she asked the serial number of my (dog’s food) chest freezer ($229 at Costco) I offered to put it at the curb last night for her client to pick up. She did not agree. But she snickered.

A hint: Drive lawyers nuttier… GIVE THEM WHAT THEY ASK FOR RIGHT AWAY!

Chest freezer, stereo, air conditioning, electronics, cameras… she began to list every item I owned TO KILL TIME. And to crank a big fat bill for “collection” when I had ALREADY paid her.

Get THIS! I had already paid the debt.

She lied to J. Schabas on her costs submissions for a 20 minute default motion. Spoiler alert: I lost.

Instead of submitting the August 26, 2019 costs of saying”NO” for 20 minutes, she INSTEAD submitted costs of $18,000 and she told the forgetful J. Schabas he had REALLY ruled on a complete SLAPP 137.1 motion planned since April. Fraud. Misrepresentation. Misdirection.

Luckily for me, J. Schabas in his decision wrote that he had no time for my SLAPP 137.1 motion. Then, because I was still in default, Ms. Adrian “played” him by convincing him the SLAPP 137.1 motion from April 2019 was never going to be heard, after all, “he is in default your honour! “

Which would all be fine…. EXCEPT everyone claiming SLAPP 137.1 IS ALREADY IN DEFAULT.

The PPPA, something Mr Simaan has never read so he can maintain plausible deniability, says I need NOT even file a defence. You just file SLAPP 137.1 in a motion before trial begins. I did so anyway.

If someone sues you JUST to silence your blog posts, that is SLAPP, and when they sue… you do NOT write a defence, you JUST go file a SLAPP 137.1 motion. From that instant, the court has 60 days to say YES or NO to SLAPP.

I filed 137.1 April 2019 and agreed with J. Archibald to hear to August 26, 2019… then J. Schabas replaced J. Archibald.

And to prevent SLAPPers from cheating, they CANNOT change anything in their claim, nor can they file ANYTHING until AFTER the SLAPP decision is published. Ms Adrian ignored all that and all my emails telling her she cheated J. Schabas

Neither J. Schabas nor Ma Adrian knows the law around SLAPP 137.1.

BL20-🎄C⛺️ex – Appealing Results… I win my first Court of Appeal of Ontario matter over Lloyd’s of London’s best lawyers. THEY get paid!

You can pick up a complete copy of the win on their web site.

Justice Edwards was right, I’m mouthy, not vexatious.

All court I find want top hear only the soft dulcet tones of this called to the bar.

No court likes the idea of a self rep, it’s embarrassing for the pros tp lose to a high school grad so they always fond a way to shove it in your face.

In my case, I was supposed to put up with 3 years of false arrests, 7 of them and 27 charges, 19 false so far, 3 outstanding and 5 appealed.

I was supposed to do that and then be all perfectly lawyerly standing up for myself against the entire Crown, the eminent judiciary AND Lloyd’s of London. All at once. All by myself.

I was supposed to take all that and smile and be silent.

Lawyers are dispassionate, the have no “skin” in the game, win or LOSE they get $500 an hour, and it its an insurance job, the payday is every day. And they have a union, the Law Society, in their six at al times fending off all miner of outrageous complaints.

Barry Stork and Charles Painter, Lloyd’s pros from Dover, got togther and led to arrest me for speaking to a counsel in a court room.

Imagine the nerve. They allege I spoke to a counsel in a court room when that counsel was a litigant. She slo wanted me arrested for writing her name on a piece of paper for the judge.

This is screwball stuff.

Neither Stork NOR Painter said they heard a single word DESPITE sitting BESIDE the 3rd counsel. He sat there, right. where she said he was, and he swore out an affidavit saying I SPOKE to the counsel,,,,, BUT, get this, he did not hear any words at all. His counsel-mate agreed I said “Hi Barry, nice to see you.” Barry dod not hear that. the counsel then alleged the next words were aimed at her,,,, despite ADMITTING she sat BESIDE Stork. So to believe that, you suspend reality and pretend I WHISPERED or something.

Mr. Painter declined Any and ALL statements of what he did or di not hear. So, lets take that as “He heard nothing too”

Anyway, back to my big mouth.

To a man, the courts feel they do not like my style.

My substance is fine, I won the appeal, m7 $7 million goes forward before j Edwards and now he knows Mr Painter called him a piece of poop, judicial-wise. He cited everything from brains to body odour as being failed. He cited every last element of being a justice was LACKING in J. Edwards.

Judges do not mind. They are used to “friends” trashing them to win a case, lawyers will do ANYTHING to win.

I thought they just had to be truthful. I was wrong.

And how dos the Appeal COurt let me win BUT keep me” in my place”?

They awarded Lloyd;s $15,000 of MY money to Lloyd’s because I won the motion, and then I won the appeal. BUT, Lloyds was able to snag “aggressive case management

Although Aurora had greater success given the orders obtained, we note that the application judge did not ultimately grant the s. 140(1) designation or the r. 2.1.01 motion in its entirety. 

So, let me translate.

I sue, Aurora claims I am vexatious for suing. They apply for that.

I win that. I am not vexatious.

J. Edwards suggests some edits for clarity, and imposes himself as case manager.

Aurora did not CLAIM a lack of clarity, they claimed “vexatiousness”

Appeals gave them $15,000 for being beaten by a self rep TWICE.

And this is Canadian Justice.

Lawyers may let you win, but their friends on the bench will make sure they get paid anyway.

I have worked DAYS to defeat the motion and appeal and I win BOTH and get $0.00\

And I am supposed to smile, grin and bear it.

BL20-🎄C⛺️eix – Bobotomy update: a checkup reveals improvement as incisions heal well

I had to go back to the surgeon yesterday. the nurses did some preliminary assessment of my new outlook on life.

The concern is pressure., Pressure inside that builds up as the body heals. They have a laser instrument which can measure the buildup non-invasively. It uses air pressure outside as a sudden blast against the body and the laser measures how the internals push back. My pressure was fine.

In the end, the surgeon said the nurse’s tests were conclusive and I could go home and rest.

So, this may be the best I’ll ever be seein’. And seen.

BL20-🎄C⛺️e8 – Silly Pastor Tricks – one-ups Catholic Church…Jerry Falwell Jr. retires to watch his wife have sex full time with mutual friend

Donald Trump blackmails him as an “Evangelical Backer”

Jerry Falwell Jr.

Embattled evangelical leader Jerry Falwell Jr. agreed to resign as Liberty University’s president yesterday but withdrew his resignation when news reports about the decision emerged, the Christian university founded by his late father said. The conversations about his fate followed a series of public controversies about Falwell Jr.’s behavior, including an affair a Miami man said he had with Falwell Jr.’s wife that went on for eight years. Falwell Jr. acknowledged the affair in a statement to CNN. The revelation adds new depth to Falwell Jr.’s swift and remarkable fall from grace. In June, he apologized after deleting a much-criticized tweet that showed one person in black face and another in a Ku Klux Klan hood and robe.

(CNN)Jerry Falwell Jr. is again under fire. This time, however, he is sorry.The outspoken Liberty University president deleted a tweet on Monday that showed one person in black face and another in a Ku Klux Klan hood and robe after black alumni and religious leaders spoke out against it and his “incendiary rhetoric” over the last several years.Falwell was roundly criticized last month for posting the photo with the racist figures, which was taken from Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s medical school yearbook.In the offending tweet, which criticized Northam’s policy to require masks in public, the image was made to appear as though it was the design on a face mask.That tweet, Falwell said, was intended to “remind all of the governor’s racist past.” Instead, it prompted an open letter from black Christian leaders and alumni. It also prompted a resignation: Liberty University Online instructor and pastor Christopher House stepped down after seeing the tweet. House, who is black, is also an associate professor at Ithaca College.A group of 35 black pastors, ministry leaders and former Liberty University student athletes sent a letter to Falwell this month asking him to “stop this infantile behavior,” citing the tweet as the latest example. Lawsuit accuses Liberty University of ‘profiting’ from the coronavirus pandemic “While your tweet may have been in jest about Virginia’s Governor, it made light of our nation’s painful history of slavery and racism,” the letter reads. “The KKK robe and hood and blackface face mask tweet may seem funny to you, but this tweet is the action of a political commentator or activist and is not fitting nor acceptable for the leader of one of the largest Evangelical Christian schools in the world.”In response, Falwell said Monday that he realized that he “refreshed the trauma that image had caused and offended some by using the image to make a political point.” “Based on our long relationships, they uniformly understood this was not my intent, but because it was the result, I have deleted the tweet and apologize for any hurt my effort caused, especially within the African American community,” he tweeted. petition encouraged Liberty University alumni, faculty, current students and parents to sign if they agreed with the letter’s message. Nearly 40,000 people have signed so far. About 85,586 students attend the evangelical Christian university in Lynchburg, Virginia, according to the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. About 4,500 of those students are black — less than 10% of the student body.

Falwell’s recent coronavirus controversy

Falwell, a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump, has courted much controversy as of late, most of it coronavirus-related. In an interview on Fox News in March, he said people were “overreacting” to the pandemic.When Liberty University reopened to 1,000 students toward the end of March, against guidance from state officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Falwell said that concerns over students returning to campus were overblown.And in April, a lawsuit against the university claimed it was profiting from the coronavirus crisis by reducing campus services but not refunding student fees paid for those services.

BL20-🎄C⛺️e7 – Now Google-gigging on the streets of Ontario 7 days a week, reserve me now!!

I can come to your business Monday-Sunday for Street View photography,

Let me know when I can come, and I will be there, 9 am to 5 pm.

I did this tour Saturday…” Aurora Rainbow Welcome”

BL20-🎄C⛺️e❻ – Un-Surety – Crown moves on wife’s $15,000 by arresting me March 4 based on lies of 3 Law Society licensees

BL20-🎄C⛺️e5 – Kenosha cop caps kid capriciously

BL20-🎄C⛺️e🏌️‍♀️ – Bobotomy update: a checkup reveals improvement as incisions heal well

BL20-🎄C⛺️e3 – Silly cop tricks – cop car kills cop wife, his alibi? I was sleeping!

Florida cop’s wife dies while trapped in rear of hot police SUV

“It’s literally a cage,” one Miami cop said of the patrol vehicle’s rear seat

The wife of a Florida cop died after getting trapped inside his police SUV as the temperature outside soared into the 90s, according to a report Monday.

Clara Paulino’s fingerprints were found all over the interior of the Ford Explorer following the horrifying incident outside their Miami Shores home Friday, the Miami Herald reported.

“Clearly, she was panicked and trying to get out,” a law-enforcement source told the paper.

Paulino, 56, apparently climbed into the back seat while looking for something, then got trapped there by the door’s latching mechanism, which prevents it from being opened from the inside.

Paulino wasn’t carrying a cellphone and a safety partition prevented her from reaching over the front seat to honk the horn for help, according to the Herald.

“It’s literally a cage,” one Miami cop said of the patrol vehicle’s rear seat.

Paulino’s husband, Aristides Paulino, who’s been a Miami cop for 25 years, was asleep in their home following a midnight shift when the tragedy unfolded Friday afternoon, according to the Herald.


Aristides, 58, and the couple’s son found Clara’s body around 5:30 p.m. — as many as four-and-a-half hours after she got trapped, the paper said.

It’s unclear why she went into the SUV, which her husband left unlocked in their driveway when he returned home and went straight to bed late Friday morning, sources told the Herald.

Investigators were treating Clara’s death as an accident but it remained under investigation by the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Homicide Bureau.

“It’s very preliminary,” a police spokesman, Lt. Carlos Rosario, told the Herald.

BL20-🎄C⛺️2 – Cop Shoots Dog In It’s Gated Yard

this is beyond belief, a cop so arrogant he thinks he can kill anything that challenges his DOG.

I cannot wait for the union rep demanding no one will want to be a cop if they can’t kill stuff that upsets their dog.

Det Sgt Bentham may have been arrogant as well when she caused my dog to die because she wouldn’t let us use the dog park.

But even that level of arrogance is surpassed by asking three lawyers to lie March 4 to arrest me.

the dog merely stood its ground and took a loud bark to what he did not know was a gunfight.

The .38 pistol barked and the dog fell, injured, not killed even at that close range. If you’re gonna kill an unarmed dog, give it a clean head shot.

At least they have set a price of $100,000 for a doing tied to a house.

Being behind a fence is even more extreme.

BL20-🎄C⛺️1 – Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows

Well, that didn’t take long.

in typical fashion, Aurora Council jerked the collective knee and approved painting stripes across Yonge at Wellington. To represent the LGBTQ voters, er, community.

and of course they all ignored the obvious.

it’s a street. Busiest in Ontario. Traffic. Four tires per vehicle minimum. More on trucks

Didja consider tires, sand, mud, snow, salt, sand…. might get on the stripes.

and graffiti?

no, council closed its eyes and saw a rainbow with an elf and a pot of gold on a dry sunny day.

so, does the black paint on the yellow stripe ave meaning? Africa beats a China?

or is black just the best coverup?

BL20-🎄C⛺️ – Faint Hope – Ontario Judicial Council

Click here to see their web pages

The Ontario Judicial Council may only investigate complaints about the conduct of provincially appointed judges. The Justices of the Peace Review Council may only investigate complaints about the conduct of justices of the peace. If you are unhappy with a decision of a judge or a justice of the peace in court, you can pursue an appeal on your own or by consulting with a lawyer or paralegal.

I’m happy with the decisions in that based on when the justice was told, they decided appropriately. Just wrong.

But, their CONDUCT, now that I CAN comment on because even Justice Dawe June 3, 2020 set out some fact sabot their conduct. What he ordered was that several justices had taken DRAFTS fro the Crown of decisions and orders.

Further, J,. Dawe found Crown Greg Elder had twice defied his order and that of J. Fuerst to rid term #6 “Not o mention” of the 3 ladies because all their charges were disposed of.

So, in turn, when Crown Elder lied to Justice Rose December 4, 2019 by DRAFTING the entire probation order… J. Rose’s conduct was faulty, he did not apply any of his own decisions on anything, he accepted the ENTIRE probation order as written for him. The result is J. Rose SIGNED a probation order SOMEONE ELSE WROTE… Greg Elder.

So, one complaint fo rJ. Rose.

Next, J.P. Premji on March 6, 2020 used the faulty probation order, the one Elder KNEW he had lied in, to order me on 3 breaches, ONLY because the 3 ladies had NOT been removed as J. Dawe AND J. Fuerst had ordered. He then ALSO took Crown Elder’s draft of a complete Release Order, complete with “Not to mention” and 4 names. J.P. Premji did NOT change one word or add even one comma.

So, one complaint, for J.P. Premji.

Next, J Dawe rued in that whole mess and STRUCK Term #6 “Not to mention” and he admonished Crown Elder and the Justices for rubber-stamping Elder’s drafts. He was perfect!

Next, J. Cameron was asked to apply what J. Dawe had ordered. She was asked to consider that since the Term 6 was struck, AND all my convictions are based on that term, that I should not have to serve my 60 days UNTIL my appeal wa perfected and decided. She declined. But in dong do he publish Crown G\Westgates DRAFT decision verbatim. She was [robably busy, new to Newmarket, and she took the draft as if it was truthful. But of course the crown has never been truthful with me, so she got suckered.

So, one complaint for J. Cameron.

Last, for now, J. Harpur conducted a trial, but his conduct of putting his name to the draft sentencing order from the Crown was improper. One could tell that listening to him read unfamiliar words and phrases which were not his own, But, he then came to 4 “fill in the blanks”: that Mr. Westgate had left for him to fill in . He had not. So when he read out that I could take my son t hospital… he stumbled because he had not filled oil the name. He had over a year two find out, 8 months SINCE his decision and he had not read my materials with my biography and my son’s name.

Next, he was supposed to tell me what 3 hours a week I could go shopping and the had not filled those in either. So in all he left 4 empty blanks on the “form sentencing” Crown Westgate had given him.

How can you prove that Bob?

Easy. J. Harpur did not tell his assistant to fill them in eatery,m but he did tell her to release his written decision… and there for all to behold are the four blank spaces Mr Westgate left for him to decide on his own.

Them J. Harpur used the draft probation order too. And Crown Westgate had been clever enough to drop 2 of 3 ladies names. He had heard about J. Dawe’s order.

So, one complaint for J. Harpur.

J. Kenkel is next, He was case manager and was supposed to make sure the trial started on time. He was also supposed to conduct himself without bias. And he did not. He was so biased against me that he ordered me to NOT file any motions, to NOT go to the court office. Then, he refused to take even one piece of paper from me as evidence. I wrote out how Crown Elder had mixed together Indictable and Summary charges in to one information number. And every time I saw him, I would ask for that be corrected. I asked he tell me what date each charge as being tried. He refused, telling me I already knew the dates. I did. And I knew he mixed charges and a jury should have heard the charge he threw in for J. Harpur. Then, he stated clearly my counsel could represent me art trial. I had asked for a ruling that the charges were for an 18 month period, not the legal 6 months. He ruled he could not do that and I must ask th trial justice. His flawed conduct then had him FORGET to attach that decision on my motion to the case file for J. Harpur to read. Instead, at trial, I again moved for withdrawal of the charges and Crown Elder lied that J. Kenkel had ordered 18 month legal. He had not. J. Hapur them believed Elder and NOT me. AND J. Kenkel’s decision to permit my counsel to defend me was ALSO not attached and J, Harpur banned her saying she had a conflict of interest with a complainant.And of course, J. harpur showed bias by believing Elder on EVERYTHING and NOT believing ANYTHING I said, Even though I brought pape evidence,

So, several complaints for J. Kenkel and more for J. Harpur.

I have a lot of writing to do.

Hold on, no! I just wrote it.

BL20-CCC🎱 – The Crown’s case crumbles aka “Fly Attorney General Airlines!”

You, society…the “public interest” should sleep better now I’ve been punished for emailing police for help. It takes a lot of money to fuel a court system such as ours and yet when the results are in we get such a Big Bang for the buck.

Judges affirm the public was well served to have me stay home during COVID-19 so I could get in more computer time. I suggested confining a criminal to 60 straight days to the scene of the crime may cause more trouble than it fixes, but, no, they feel that is an appropriate punishment.

THIS email was my crime, this VERY email to police

This email got me 60 days house arrest

Luckily I was not the balcony rapist, or I’d be serving my time on your balcony. If I’d known years ago I could be sentenced to 60 days at my last crime scene I’d have broken into Scaramouche years ago!

The Crown has a problem. They know my last arrest was based on Crown Greg Elders refusal to follow orders from two superior justices November and December. If he had done what he was told, there would be NO “not to mention” term to violate. And June 3 J Dawe AGAIN told the crown the term was illegal and STILL they do nothing.. they just ignored a third order by the Superior court.

Crowns succeed one case of four. And still get paid weekly, and a juicy pension. They have jobs for life. Their boss, the Atty General. guarantees that in writing. He writes in every manual, “Even if you do not follow these rules I will support whatever decision you make on your own, your guess is as god as ours, anyways!”

In related news, the Attorney General is now supplying pilots to the embattled airline industry. There its a glut of both planes AND pilots, so the AG figures to correct that by reducing supplies of both. 3 out of 4 flights will crash, taking out just ONE plane but TWO pilots, Oversupply problem solved! You can fly safely now! Well, either you OR one of your three buddies will.

If your family of four needs to fly, take 4 different flights. Statistically, at least one of you will arrive. If you fly together you are ALL 75% sure to die. Better to leave an executor alive.

BL20-CCCViii- Silly cop tricks



Wait until the plowmophobes get to it!

Posted on Friday August 21, 2020

Investigators with the York Regional Police Hate Crime Unit and the #1 District Criminal Investigations Bureau are appealing for witnesses after a hate-motivated incident in the Town of Aurora.

On Friday, August 21, 2020, York Regional Police received a report from staff with the Town of Aurora regarding a suspected hate crime incident following the unveiling of the new rainbow crosswalk located at Yonge Street and Wellington Road. Officers learned that just before midnight on Thursday, August 20, 2020, a pick-up truck drove over the crosswalk and left black tire skid marks over the rainbow area then returned a short time later and left some more. Investigators believe that the marks were done intentionally and this is being investigated as a hate-motivated incident.


  • Light coloured pick-up truck

Investigators are asking any witnesses, anyone with information or anyone with dashcam or video surveillance footage in that area, to please come forward.

York Regional Police does not tolerate hate crime in any form. Those who victimize individuals based on race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or mental or physical disability will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Anyone with information can contact the York Regional Police #1 District Criminal Investigation Bureau at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7141, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, leave an anonymous tip online at

BL20-CCCVii- Silly cop tricks

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MONTREAL — A Montreal police officer with a bizarre definition of a good deed was suspended without pay for three days after entering a family’s home “without any right” in the middle of the night to return a lost wallet. 

The series of events detailed in a recent decision from Quebec’s police ethics committee is downright bizarre. 

Officer Ghyslain Lavoie entered a house where lawyer Yves Gratton, his partner and their three children were sleeping, just before 2 a.m. on Aug 22, 2017. He was trying to return Mr Gratton’s daughter’s lost wallet, which had been found and turned in to police days earlier.

Gratton is a legal aid defence lawyer who has been practising in Quebec since 1993. A few days after the events, he filed a complaint with the police ethics commissioner, the provincial office which examines complaints filed against police officers, wildlife protection officers, special constables, highway controllers and UPAC investigators who may have violated its code of conduct.

Lavoie, who stated in his deposition he wasn’t aware of Gratton’s profession, went to great lengths to return the lost wallet. When it was given to him by a citizen who had found it, on Aug. 20, the police officer visited an address he found for the owner. When nobody answered the door, he decided to visit another address listed on the documents: Gratton’s home.

Lavoie knocked on the door of the Gratton family’s home around 3:22 a.m on the night of Aug. 21, according to an account of events endorsed by both parties. Nobody answered. He tried calling Gratton’s partner’s phone, but no one picked up. He couldn’t leave a message because her voicemail was full, the committee’s decision notes.

But Lavoie wasn’t ready to throw the towel. When he was back at work the following night, the officer returned to Gratton’s home with his partner, officer Milena Maturana. Around 1:46 a.m., Maturana rang the doorbell. Again, nobody answered.

Meanwhile, Lavoie inspected the car parked in the driveway and noticed it was left unlocked. The officer then took out another wallet left on the passenger seat of the vehicle “wanting to prevent a theft,” administrative documents state.

Determined to return the wallets to their owners, Lavoie went around the house to the back door, which was also unlocked. After knocking and ringing the doorbell multiple times, he entered the house.

“In his deposition, he mentioned entering to check if there had been a theft or if someone needed assistance,” the committee noted in its decision.

Awoken by Lavoie’s repeated calls of “Hello? Police,” Gratton got out of bed and came face to face with Lavoie, who was climbing the stairs to the first floor.

“He sees a police officer in uniform in his home, who is shining a flashlight towards him,” the committee wrote.  Maturana is still downstairs.

After a short conversation with Gratton, Lavoie handed him the wallets and cautioned him to always lock his door “for his safety.” The police officers then left the residence.

A few minutes later, Gratton called 911 to complain about the intervention. He filed an official ethics complaint against both officers on Sept. 1. 

Three days suspension

Lavoie, who has  never violated the police force’s code of conduct in his 26 years of service, admitted he had searched the lawyer’s car without having the right to do so. He also conceded that he shouldn’t have entered the home, “since he didn’t have any power or motive allowing him to enter in this space when the expectation of privacy is high.”

In light of this, the committee accepted the parties’ joint recommendation to give him a three-day suspension without pay. Maturana wasn’t sanctioned because the investigation determined Lavoie spearheaded the intervention.

BL20-CCC❻ – The “Bobotomy”… Progress!

I know they took so little material away from me in my efforts to “go clear” like John Travolta and Tom Cruise, but my outlook has improved greatly already. It is if a veil of darkness and confusion was lifted.

I no longer see doom and gloom wherever I look.

I should have asked for this a long time ago, but, to be honest, when the courts started threatening me with mental assessments I figured they would follow through so why should I bother doing anything myself?

Now I know it is always better to just do it yourself and not wait for the courts.

“They” say they got about half the job completed yesterday. And until I consent to go back for the complete rework I may STILL get frustrated and confused by what I am facing.

If you all can be patient, I’ll be a patient as well and undergo the life-altering laser second time at least. More if they need it.

Could all of my arrests have been prevented by a Bobotomy?

I cannot quite see that, but then again I have been unable to see a lot of things clearly.

if I could get a few non-arrested months under my belt, we will all know it works for good… maybe.

BL20-CCCV- Silly/Nice cop tricks

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It’s a “feel good story” police create now and again.

Forgive me if I am not feeilng QUITE as “good” as others who read it.

The nice young man got a new bike after reporting a crime.

June 4, 2017 I reported a crime. The officers got together and arrested me.

With no criminal history or even police contact, I was arrested for complaining about being assaulted.

I think there may be a colour bias involved… I’m a pale, very white, very old man. The kid was cute and likely crying his eyes out.

A kid and his bicycle make much better newspaper photos than a pale skinned 71 year old assault victim. Age matters it seems.

If police would be consistent, I think people could handle it. If they had some kind of instruction book they could all follow, we would get treated the same.

Instead, the Criminal Code as a book is treated by police like a Speed Sign in Quebec… as “Merely a Suggestion!”

And so, I NOW have 7 arrests, 14 days in prison and 27 charges and I have paid lawyers $44,000 iNSTEAD of getting a free bicycle.

But tell the little boy that any one cop and a buddy can each make $400 for 8 hours just sitting still, playing Candy Crush while they both are “guarding ” a convict they can convince to have a heart attack.

Which they did December 6, 2019.

In the court cells they roughed me up a bit and left me in a cell. I had a heart attack.

Over the next 3 days, 18 cops made $400 each flirting with nurse making sure a 71 year heart patient did not bring keys for 3 chains holding him to a bed.

$7,200 the 12 cops could have shared with the “Give a kid a free bike!” promo run by the Police Association. They could have bought 18 bicycles.

The kid got a great deal. normally 4 tickets are required. And points,

BL20-🎄CCC4 – The “Bobotomy” is complete, a bare minimum of cellular matter was removed.

BL20-CCC3- Do you deal only or mostly in cash in your business?

Do you issue an invoice to every client every week or each month?


the CRA is renewing interest in its snitch line because it seems people who dealt in cash and did not submit a true income tax return then claimed the CERB as well.

if you know someone like that, one who took cash from a lot of clients then maybe they should not have claimed CERB.

you can check out companies who solicit cash without an invoice with HST. You can check if their published company name is legally registered. If they registered to remit hst.

example…several judges agreed I cannot name a Certain company. I checked. It is Not registered by that name with Ontario. It also did not purchase the required business permit in Aurora. It testified it had No business insurance. Just homeowners insurance. It has no hst number on its website.

it’s published price list does not declare “ plus HST” as is required by law.

now that business likely takes All cash, remits no tax.

how to prove it? No need. That’s what the snitch line is for.

and if it turns out judges have been ordering me to NEVER report a tax cheat… well, I’d be upset. I’d say In my lawsuit that the court colluded to protect that owner from being reported as a tax cheat. But the snitch line is anonymous. I can say that name all day long anonymously and I’ll never be breached!

1. Overview

If you suspect a person, business or charity of tax or benefit cheating in Canada, report them to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) by submitting a lead to the Leads Program. If your information is related to Canadians cheating taxes internationally, you have to submit it under a different program, the Offshore Tax Informant Program.

How you make a difference

The CRA uses the information in your lead to make sure the tax system is fair for all Canadians. Your lead could also boost the actions the CRA is already taking to fight cheating. However, you will not receive feedback or updates after you submit a lead. This is because the CRA cannot disclose information about other persons. Furthermore, the CRA does not give monetary rewards for information about suspected cheating under the Leads Program. When you submit a lead, you are supporting your community and the programs and services we all rely on to improve quality of life in Canada.

2. What you need to know

Different types of cheating you can report:

  • not declaring all income
  • creating false expenses or tax deductions
  • taking cash “under the table”
  • not filing tax returns when required
  • setting up a fake business to claim losses and reduce taxes
  • businesses not remitting proper source deductions
  • falsely claiming tax benefits or credits
  • creating false or deceptive documents or records
  • charities making profits from non-charitable activities
  • individuals receiving the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) who do not meet the eligibility criteria
  • individuals receiving the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) who do not meet the eligibility criteria
  • businesses or charities that are misusing the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS)


You will remain anonymous

When you report suspected tax or benefit cheating (by submitting a lead), you will not be asked to disclose personal information about yourself. The protection of personal information is important, and the CRA is committed to protecting your identity. This means that the CRA will do all it can, under the law, to protect your identity along with any information that suggests you submitted a lead. Accordingly, if asked to disclose that information under a formal Access to Information Act request or Privacy Act request, the CRA will claim an exemption from such disclosure under subparagraphs 16(1)(c)(ii) of the Access to Information Act and 22(1)(b)(ii) of the Privacy Act.

CRA’s use of information and documents

The information you provide is collected under the authority of federal tax and benefit laws, and it is protected under the confidentiality provisions of those laws, as well as by privacy laws that impose strict limits on what the CRA can disclose. The CRA may use the information you provide to make sure taxpayers meet their tax obligations and that claimants are entitled to benefits.


When the CRA receives a lead (it must be in English or French), it will take these steps:

  • verify the identity of the suspected cheat
  • review the lead to determine if cheating occurred
  • take the appropriate action to address the specific type of cheating
“I’m a man of principle. Any money passed under the table would commit me to honour my obligations.”
“I’ve gotten plenty of table scraps but no one has ever given me money under the table.”

BL20-CCC2 – Spite Fence to rise again!

Bylaws were asked by me to get my neighbour to rebuild his retaining wall.

It was built in 1983 of used railway ties. It rotted and collapsed. Horizontal time backs meant to keep it upright were pulled up out of the ground as it slowly fell over.

Neighbour “repairs” collapsed wall
Neighbour “repairs” collapsed wall
Neighbour “repairs” collapsed wall

My neighbour, after 25 years of abuse by aiming his downspout AT THE WALL, and washing OUT his soil UNDER the wall onto my land, figures twine and cat tie downs to be the correct repair.

So, I will have to straighten it myself.

BUT, I will be doing it OUT OF SPITE, only.

Yes, my very own spite wall!

BL20-CCC1 – Mount Rushmost To Be Named

Mount Rushmost

In a daring move, Joe Biden decreed. if elected, he would sign a bill re-naming it “Mount Rushmost“, and ensuring that EVERY president, past and present, is carved into the old Rushmore facade at a size befitting the good works performed. Several river rocks are …

… being interviewed. The chosen stone will be laser etched Wednesday and installed Monday at the very top of Mt. Rushmost.

If it does not blow away, it will be there for a generation of visitors to see from drone imagery.

BL20-CCC – For Clarity: I’m Being Taken Off-Line

While I know some of you will be quite upset, at least 3 of you… I am off this week for some serious elective surgery.

“They” say it will help me see life in “more real” terms. Clearer, less cluttered with abstract versions of reality.

At first, I could not a good look at what my Probation Officer wanted me to do..”assessment-wise”. You know, nudge-nudge-wink-wink, the judge orders the pest get “assessed” for his ability to be imprisoned.

Now, as if overnight, I have been set up for life-altering surgery. I’m not suggesting “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” level electronic therapy, but they did tell me a laser capable of slicing out one cell thick layers of protoplasm was to be used.

And being as how it is the Attorney General who is involved, many other sufferers must have been bumped so I could be cleared up.

What they intend to slice into is really my “portal to my universe”. If they can clear up that massive pink organ so I see straight enough for court, I will be pleased.

For obvious reasons I do not wish to blog off half-cocked. I need to be firing on all cylinders. I will be seen less often here, but the other authors may entertain you.

I will have one last supper, and then adjust my attitude for surgery. I want to see and be seen as clear, centered and without any stigmas left at all, fully a-stigma-tic is what I shall be. Ready for a fair shake, to see and be seen in court when it comes to facing up too charges as a “normally sighted” person. I must see the world in a better “way” they say.

🎶Fortunately, I have the key to escape reality so if you see me tonight with an illegal smile, (It don’t cost very much, but it lasts a long while)
Won’t you please tell “the man” I didn’t kill anyone, no, I’m just tryin’ to have me some fun.

I may not be here all week…so try the veal NOW!

🎤 drop.

BL20-🥓9T9 – Silly cop tricks

Check out this story from TMZ State Trooper Who Ripped Mask Off Man Videotaping Traffic Stop Fired Download the TMZ app for iPhone


or on Youtube:

BL20-🥓9T8️⃣ – Perspective. Why millennials complain…

be thankful.

BL20-🥓9T🕑 – How House Arrest Exceeds The “Trauma” of Prison FOUR TIMES

The judiciary rank house arrest as being  four times as onerous as prison… for good and valuable reasons!

IF I was in prison, at LEAST I would get:

Follow along at: canada minimum time out of cell

A minimum of 4 hours OUT of my cell… I get ZERO

Exercise yard… NOPE!

Recreation, CULTURAL events, self-help groups…..

I get NOTHING helpful.

When your wife is divorcing you and dropping being your surety, you are on your own, no meals, no laundry, no shopping…


I get NONE of these….

Case Preparation for Release

There are various forms of release to the community. Some release decisions are granted by the warden of the institution and others are based on decisions by the Parole Board of Canada. Releases include:

  • Temporary Absences
  • Work Releases
  • Day Parole
  • Full Parole
  • Statutory Release
  • Long-Term Supervision Order

Before being considered for release, the inmate must prepare a detailed release plan. This includes information about where he/she would like to be released, the support network he/ she has available, employment or education plans, as well as intended leisure activities.

Risk of re-offending is assessed and a strategy for the offender’s transition to the community is developed. The institutional Parole Officer and the community Parole Officer work together with the inmate to create a viable plan. After gathering the necessary information, the Parole Officer prepares the required documents. Either a positive or a negative recommendation is sent to the Parole Board of Canada for decisions under its authority.

In any inmate-related decision, CSC takes into account the protection of society, including any victims, as paramount for consideration.

BL20-🥓9T🩱- I still have an RBC Bank account! My $.02 worth!

So, my complaint to the Banking Ombudsman for Canada worked!

My 2 previous banks honoured a FAXED garnishment to Head Office when the law DEMANDS service at the Branch where the funds are held.

BUT, RBC is able to know the law despite Gwendolyn Adrian.

Cheers! To RBC! R-eally B-eing C-anadian!

RBC = R-etain B-ob’s C-ash!

I finally found a bank with morals, ethics, with a copy of the law.

EVERYONE should switch to RBC, this is a bank who cares!


THESE are my buddies.. even though they got robbed….


I first thought these two were great… I was wrong…


Then I saw this…..



SHHHHHH… don’t tell anyone!


These are the INFLUENTIAL women in MY life now.



BL20-🥓⛴🥓- Judge takes over jobs of others. Was ordered to stop doing that.

In 2018 a judge personal tracked down and arrested a woman who made noise in the hallway.

I guess he was unhappy with police and crowns.

He has resigned now.

Just do your OWN job. Leave arrests for cops trained in that,



BL20-🥓8️⃣T⛴- Cop chases car into a ditch, gets put, shots black driver in face…charged with murder

by now, one could expect cops would have seen a pattern.

if they murder someone, they get arrested.

so if a cop FIRST shoots a man in the face, what was the intent? To ruin his looks?

if the second amendment guarantees gun ownership, could they amend for some mandatory training?

BL20-🥓91 Announcing – USA announces Courier’in ©️™️ Voting consortium of Fedex/UPS/DHL to drop off and pick up ballots

The U.S. election is ON again, despite the post office removing drop off boxes and selling sortation gear.

Yesterday… was announced by the Senate…

Feds: USPPS “PollPaks™©️ Solve Voting Irregularities not involving the digestive tract.”

The entire same day courier industry and Amazon+ will be banded together as “USPPS” – The United States Poll Package Service..”The PeePees ” for short.) .and will now drop off fuzzy carton cube shaped ballots, aka a PollPak™©️, individually the week of October 15, and will automatically schedule the “return for credit” item pickup the week of October 22.

The 6 soft, fuzzy sides of every carton carry bar codes for indicating your vote. Just use the included Sharpie to obliterate, redact, or obfuscate the barcode naming who you voted AGAINST. (White supremacists are issued white cover up robing stickers),,, Every bar code remaining visible will then register as it is tossed inside, as JUST one vote, with the unique I-ntelligently P-olled address, or IP Address for short.

Every vote INCLUDES the universe-unique IP ADDRESS of the voter. Solid evidence of a legal ballot.

For the confused, just toss the code/die up to hit the ceiling and drop… whatever barcode is UP, wins… just alter our reality with the Trump-branded “Sharpie-out” and blacken out (Nazis can stick on the white robing labels over top of) the other 5 sides and leave the fuzzy dice hanging off the front door knob. Turn on your disco ball and dance the night away with the enclosed Champagne taster!

Amazon ALONE handles 1,600,000 HUGE packages a day, 306 PER SECOND…1% of the total number of U.S. voters... the Election needs just 100 times that. It’s tiny… each voter can buy a PollPak™©️ for the price of two stamps… about USD $1. Amazon’s standard ordering systems take over and the ballot arrives next day by 9 pm.


Results: No more polling scandals… Votes Counted When Placed Inside Van

The newly named con-SORT-ium USPPS, aka “peeps” or the ”FedUps”, will register a vote as soon as the “PollPak” ™©️ comes on board, example: by scanning back the BIDEN barcode, just because the 17 X’s were written across TRUMP, the voting results start rolling (literally) in while the ballot is still in the truck. An “X” obscuring Biden counts as a Trump vote. November 3 is the big reveal, and by 9 pm the results letters are all in voters’ hands (offering 15% off your next order of USPPS stamps to pay bills).

Trump Fights Back!

In response, Trump staffers displayed THEIR new ballots…. a brand new GM car, (137,000,000 were ordered from Trump Motors) … the “Pontiac Pollisienne” and he declared one must be delivered by USPPS trucks to each voter, the voter picks his candidate by leaving the gear selector EITHER  in

    • “D” for “Bi-D-en My Time”. Or in

The Pollisienne is then:

    • fuelled with one gallon, and
    • picked up by USPPS and
    • taken to the desert and
    • lined up 100 abreast at a time, for a mass remote start.

The Biden voting cars accelerate forward, passing celebrity poll captain Stevie Wonder, racing away downhill across the wide open desert, disappearing in dust storms…

…while the “T-R-ump-ReveRseRs” are counted by a staff of 100 as they calmly drop back one foot into a recycling shredder pit. Votes are weighed as dump trucks pass over exit scales en route to the smelter. 3,000 pounds equals one “Votrump” the new word for “ballot”

When the last engine stops being heard, all visible votes are counted and weighed. For Biden, they count the number of headlights Stevie reports glowing in the far distance, and they divide by two. Each “Votrump” is equal to 3,000 pounds of crap, errrr SCRAP….

The “TRUMP WINS” posters have been printed, are set for November three delivery.


Related: The Same Day Courier Con-SORT-ium, FedUps, declared bankruptcy and was purchased as a gift for Eric to run from his bedroom.

BL20-🥓⛴📐- truly heroine cop

Check out this story from TMZ Cop Saves Man Stuck on Train Tracks in Wheelchair with Seconds to Spare Download the TMZ app for iPhone


BL20-🥓8️⃣T⛴-Forget that: I’ve tasted Sweet Freedom! I was hacked.

This is what I Really Posted… until one of my minions played a trick on me. They love their clever little tricks.


There are many contributors here, they can edit even my stories.

One thought he/she could get me arrested if there were changed subtle things in my last innocent  post.

if he got one of the ladies to screen grab it for Ms Bentham….I would be turning on a spit in Lindsay.


Quoting MY first version saved in the cloud. Believe me, it’s the truth.


I had to speak to my Probation Officer today.

Great guy. Flexible. Understanding. Fast decision maker.

I was overdue for a B12 shot. First need since before Probation..

They give them free in the Trinity Medical branch inside Loblaws in the Costco plaza.

And I needed a top up. I was losing my edge. Actually I lost the Audi, if I lose the Edge I’m relegated to the Vette.

I know my PO lets me go on my own as the order says I can whenever needed.

i phone and explain as clinically as I can, as truthfully as I can.

the approval was set.

Me: When I go to Costco plaza for a B12 shot, can I buy paper towels since they force us all to walk through the groceries to get to the clinic?

He: NO! You would need you another permission letter.

Me: Great, I’m not feeling lucky. well, f I need blood tests, Is it the same deal as last time, I can stop at the lab??

He: Of course, same deal, same terms.

Right about here I figure I can tell him I’m gigging tonight!

Me: Tonight I go do a brewery?

he: Sure, if that’s work for you.

Me: if they had a bar, could I drink a beer?

He: You can drink the entire $150.00 fee ALL in beer if you like.

me: if they have music, can I sit and watch?

he: you can listen to it all night if you feel you need to photograph it!

me: Thanks! I will think of you!

he: that would be a nice start. Go fill your camera.

Wanna see my dog?


and I swear that is what I wrote. I cannot say here how or which contributor took Lou’s photo. Secrets!

i CAN tell you I took this one…




BL20-🥓8️⃣T🧆- I’ve tasted Sweet Freedom!

I had to speak to Probation today. Great guy. Flexible. Understanding. Fast decision maker.

I was overdue for a B00001100 shot. First I’ve needed since before Probation.

I prefer red cells, BTW, if I get a choice.
My Docs tell me my brain functions better with red blood..and B00001100..When it is under unusual stress

They give the shots free, just pay the taxes, free in the Costco plaza. And I needed paper towels.

Ssssssoooooo I’m thinking, maybe my PO can be convinced to let me go. It’s a long shot.

I phone and explain as clinically as I can, as truthfully as I can. I hate to lie. There, I’m over it.

We chat….easy stuff….but the hook was set.

Me: May I go to Costco plaza for a B00001100 shot?

He: Sure, you want another permission letter?

Me: No need, I’m feeling lucky. Is it the same deal as last time that if I can get them to give me permission to go to a vampire for tests, can I go there as well?

He: Of course, same deal, same terms.

Right about here I figure I can get him to OK anything!

Me: Can I go to a brewery?

he: Sure, if that works for you.

Me: if they had a bar, could I drink a beer?

He: You can drink $150.00 ALL in beer if you like.

Me: if they have music, can I sit and watch?

He: you can listen to it all night if you feel you need to!

Me: Thanks! I will think of you!

He: that would be a nice start. Go fill your boots!

Don’t tell anyone. They may know a cop.


It was fantastic!

BL20-🥓8️⃣T7 – This is what cops are deep down…. George Floyd being murdered from cop body cam

The onlookers knew he was dying. This is the most disgusting thing I’ve ever seen.

and these guys get their union reps trying to get their jobs back.

And there’s not one thing different about Canadian cops.

they are simply inhuman, ignorant, self centered pond scum.

and if that cop died tomorrow 20,000 would take your taxes and go kiss the widow and tell her what a hero her husband was.

I’ve dealt first hand with this mindset for three years. Lawless. Absolutely convinced they are God’s soldiers or some crap. They see themselves above the law and they have absolutely no fear they will ever be brought to justice.





BL20-🥓8️⃣T❻ – Cops Say The Darndest Things

Florida sheriff bans his deputies and office visitors from wearing masks on a day his county broke records for Covid-19 deaths

BL20-🥓8️⃣T🃕 – Just Bidening my time



Defeat! I must serve my sentence even if the appeal reverses the decision.

So, I have 32 more days of living exactly as I have since the pandemic began.

I can go out every day 9-5 working. I am in bed by 8 anyway, and restaurants are closed.

I have 1-4 pm on Saturdays to do Costco. Lord knows their packages last a week.

I really find house arrest.. well, arresting, but of little different to my sad way of life.

If later I prove the convictions should be reversed, then sue for false detention, I may get 60 days pay.

My arguments fell flat. The ruling was that my chances of a successful appeal are “trivial”.. the court’s word.

So, that says the fact I was denied defence counsel by the false complaint of a paralegal that my OWN paralegal had a conflict of interest WITH HER???

I just am trying to imagine how I wrote so poorly.

Say I complain you assaulted me. And you hire the best lawyer, Charles Painter, to defend you. You think you have man easy win.

When the trial starts, day one, minute one.. all I need do is say to the Crown.. “Hey! I met Mr Painter at trial last month. It is a conflict of interest for him to defend the person who assaulted me.” You then get to try to hire and educate a new lawyer.

So, who is the most famous criminal lawyer, Eddie Greenspan?

So, same scenario, you assaulted me, I complain, you get arrested and YOU hire Eddie.

As an aggrieved party, I just hire me a hopeless lawyer who once LOST to Eddie Greenspan and I point him at the Crown.

He says to the Crown “Hey! Mr. Greenspan has a conflict of interest here, I was at trial against him once!”

and POOF goes Eddie!


or, put another more logical way:

IF – all of my convictions are due directly to breaching bail

AND – if the same Bail term breached in every guilty finding is “not to mention…”

AND – Justice Dawe was required to assess the legality of all bail terms

AND – Justice Dawe ruled that only the “not to mention” term was illegal

AND – Justice Dawe ordered that only the “not to mention” term be STRUCK

THEN – an appeal of such convictions must be based on the judge having improperly applied the struck term

AND – that appeal cannot be characterized as “trivial”

AND – that appeal cannot fail

so, I need a do over…. I’ll find out what judicial level handles appeals to J Cameron’s decision

its only logical that I do that


and Biden was not kissing Kampala’s hair in that photo.







BL20-🥓8️⃣T4 – Prison is just “Trade School for Crooks”, Court is just “Trade School for Self-Reps”




It is true, ask any crook.

IN 1946, MACLEANS magazine KNEW this story be true.

Ask any lawyer if a self rep gets any better the more he is arrested.

In July 2017 I was first arrested in just 2 charges, and it took me just 112 days without counsel to prove the charges false.

My next 6 arrests gave me a wealth of knowledge…. on HOW to be arrested for YOUR OWN benefit.

July 14, 2017 I already knew to demand a video interview so you can ask police embarrassing questions for the law suit. So I asked “Who complained? Aurora? or just a citizen?” and Jeff Brown said “PLAIN OL’ CITIZEN!… this is NOT what Aurora wants me to do!”

Why would he even  SAY or even IMPLY Aurora MIGHT ask him to do something?

Did he not just admit Aurora DID ASK him to do something, just NOT to arrest me IN THEIR NAME?

But what he said, thinking it HELPED him, hurt him.. as in…

Civil Suit…Lepp to Brown: “So, you say Aurora did NOT ask you to arrest me. What DID Aurora ask you to do instead? What did THEY want you to do? since you now say they asked you to NOT arrest ME?” 

After that first arrest, police no longer allowed me a SINGLE video interview, not even an audio interview.

To underscore that, police arrested me 6 more times one 25 more charges and never ONCE asked me why I did it.

So, now, they get to explain to a civil suit justice why, on the first 2 SIMPLE lies they asked me questions and taped me, but a year later with 5 SERIOUS LIFE-IN-PRISON indictable charges August 23, 2018 they REFUSED to interview me.

How can that happen? 

Well, they cannot afford being embarrassed like THAT again, and they prefer NEW embarrassments.

So, I gotta give ’em what they asked for...”Book ‘I’m, Danno! He needs more education!”

BL20-🥓8️⃣T3 – Attorney General announced an investigation into the Aurora Police Department


Colorado’s attorney general announced an investigation into the Aurora Police Department, which has been a focus of recent protests against police violence. The probe will examine whether “patterns and practices” at the department are unconstitutional. The city has also commissioned an independent investigation of the 2019 in-custody death of 23-year-old Black man Elijah McClain, as well as a “comprehensive review” of the police department. McClain’s family recently filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city, saying officers’ conduct the night he died was unconstitutional. McClain is one of many Black Americans whose cases have served as a rallying cry in the period of protest and change following the May death of George Floyd.


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BL20-🥓8️⃣T1 – “Mount Rushmost” announced by Trump

Standby for details. This is gonna be YUGE!

Elon Musk and Neil Young have teamed up to give back to their adopted USA before they re deported by Trump’s… You Gotta Be “Born in the USA” to be borne by the USA…law.

Each night Spacex will hover an electric rocket over the Mount Rushmore visitor stadium. A laser pod will descend and begin projecting at the oval Mylar balloon just inflated to totally conceal the four busts. Think a hug car air bag deployed nightly….

The image of the current sitting president will then light up the balloon as a 3D hologram giving his best speeches in rotation. Digitally enhanced… your choice of finger.

Neil And Crazy Horse will play live nightly in the stadium. Complementary cocktails and finger food.

Production is somewhat delayed by COVID, BUT, it WILL be in full service the evening of November 4, 2020

A mock-up is being tested now. Obama is displayed as the test photo, but Trump has mailed in a recent passport sized photo to be used right away.

As soon as the mail-in photo has been verified as legitimate and not Russia supported propaganda, the laborious manual conversion from Brownie Camera format to laser mandated resolutions will begin.



BL20-🥓8️⃣T – Strath… contact me about your divorce…

I think I can help.

My Story… As a signature on every post

I have this sO short I can leave it in every post as a reminder why you are here.

June 3, 2017, working for Google Maps, I was assaulted from behind in Sheppard’s Bush. June 4, I went to the Prospect Street police station and I filed a written complaint. The next thing I knew, I woke up and it was August 2020, and I am fighting for what is left of my miserable (apparently THEY say!) life. My dog is dead. My son left home. My wife is divorcing me. I am out $44,000, under house arrest, and cannot blog the names of the persons who did this to me.

Ontario has paid $.25 million in 3 years, I’ve spent $44,000.
ive lost my son, my wife, my dog and the pickup truck is not in the drive away. I drive an Edge. It’s still there, but she got the Audi Q3.

The End

BL20-🥓🕖🚦🚦🚦 – I Had My Hour in ZoomCourt

I am constantly amazed at the professionalism of the Crown prosecutors. Regardless of what they are doing they make statements and arguments that support the Crown. They are very loyal to the Crown. At no time has a Crown prosecutor ever said something in support of me to a justice in a court session. I don’t know how it’s possible to focus so intently on your job.

. I would’ve thought that by now at least one of them would’ve made a mistake and said something nice about me.

Instead, they are ALL able at all times to speak the best line of argument that supports what the Crown has done to date and they remain 100% consistent and they are fully interchangeable and what one crown prosecutor does…all of them do.

This makes it very easy for the self represented person to develop a defense.

All I have to do is stick to the truth, take a gamble and speak over top of someone on occasion, even a justice in her own court, because I have to make the point that no crown that has not been involved in my case for three years has a chance of understanding it.

They have taken perhaps an hour in total to review three years of documents. They have searched case law, and they have met with the deputy Crown to receive instructions.

Today, as always, the Crown prosecutors tell the judge that I am guilty of harassing telephone calls. And they have been doing this for years because a female judge will just be irrate that I got on the phone and harassed a woman over the telephone. The problem is I have never made a telephone call to anyone and crown Westgate knew that because he had no telephone logs, and he had No Bell Canada listings of numbers and he had no recordings of audio proving harassment by TELEPHONE.

Yet because of his commitment to always support the Crown he repeated what he was told to say … so he said harassing telephone calls. Again and again.

And today he was told to tell the judge that I’m guilty of making harassing telephone calls to three women and he did it with a straight face and a furrowed brow…. such fatherly sincerity.

Crowns always use the telephone calls gambit to give a new justice a lie, a false impression of my character. They say this and if I catch them at it, they blame their computer. As if that computer cannot be fixed.
They do it to produce bias and they do it to try to make a case where none existS.

And again today Mr. Westgate argued that the 18 month period of alleged acts, which is triple with the law says is permitted when they have these alleged “harassing telephone calls” I suppose going back 18 months

The only problem with this argument is that there were no telephone calls ever and the police on November 29, 2017 looked at everything back to 2016 and said I had not harassed anyone

The second thing that’s wrong with his argument is that on May 14, 2018 the same person went to the same police force and made the same allegations of the same thing over the same time. And another officer again looked at everything and again said there has been no crime here.

Thirdly, Crown Westgate failed to point out to the justice that only when detective James Ward came up with the idea to liquidate or bleach the contract that I was once again arrested

and of course Mr. Westgate would never agree that the video interview provided to the crown in disclosure by Detective Ward showing him dissuading the witness, telling her not to use the word contract, telling her to use the words memorandum of understanding instead and so on…

So, we were told there will be a decision today or tomorrow it will come by email and I will let you all know as soon as it comes in

My Story… As a signature on every post

I have this sO short I can leave it in every post as a reminder why you are here.

June 3, 2017, working for Google Maps, I was assaulted from behind in Sheppard’s Bush. June 4, I went to the Prospect Street police station and I filed a written complaint. The next thing I knew, I woke up and it was August 2020, and I am fighting for what is left of my miserable (apparently THEY say!) life. My dog is dead. My son left home. My wife is divorcing me. I am out $44,000, under house arrest, and cannot blog the names of the persons who did this to me.

Ontario has paid $.25 million in 3 years, I’ve spent $44,000.
ive lost my son, my wife, my dog and the pickup truck is not in the drive away. I drive an Edge. It’s still there, but she got the Audi Q3.

The End

BL20-🥓🕖❽ – My Story – One Paragraph

I think I can finally tell my story in just one paragraph.

Sit back, grab a breath, hang on!

So, June 3, 2017 I was working for Google Maps and I was assaulted from behind in Sheppard’s Bush and next day, June 4, I went to the Prospect Street police station and I filed a written complaint. The next thing I knew, I woke up and it was August 2020, and I am fighting for what is left of my miserable (apparently THEY say!) life. My dog is dead. My son left home. My wife is divorcing me. I am out $44,000, under house arrest, and cannot blog the names of the persons who did this to me.

The End