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BL20-🎄CLXX – CPP and OAS cheque day is October 28, Ms Adrian!

Bob Does All His Banking at RBC Aurora Branch Yonge @ Aurora Heights Drive

One week until your next pay day, so mark your calendars.

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BL20-🎄CLXtnein – A Sure Fire Class Action Suit Against all Banks

Just cut me on for a taste.

Sue for: “Over Reaching Garnishment by Banks Makes Account Useless.”

The Bank Act controls what funds banks can garnish and how. It did not permit them to freeze your account. But all banks DO freeze your account because they refuse to modify their systems to let you use the account to pay bills etc. while capturing deposits for the creditor.

SO… all banks instead FREEZE you out of doing anything so THEY have control at all times. You re forced to GO to the branch to do anything, even if physically challenged or susceptible to COVID-19.

So, everyone garnished suffers. They cannot get their CPP and OAS and RRIF’s because the account is frozen.

Extra costs ensue because now you have to play cat and mouse to open a new account for CPP and OAS.

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CV-18-00138394-0000 Aurora/YRP Suit

BL20-🎄CLXt🎱 – OIPRD Tosses My Complaint Re: Police in Toronto Decline Data Theft Investigation

OIPRD says Det. Ozretic CAN ask me for My Personal Bank Acct. Number before she will even START to investigate.

So, The Thin Blue Line wanted to protect their own.

All police had to do was phone CIBC and ask how someone could get my bank account number within 24 hours. Just ask, and listen. And decide if they are hiding something.

Instead, she made up an excuse she MUST know my bank account number. Not JUST my:

  • Name
  • Birthdate
  • Drivers’ Licence Number
  • Address
  • Cell Number
  • CIBC Complaint number, name
  • OBSI complaint number, name

Nope, she HAD to know my bank account number or she would NOT lift a handset.

Then, as belt and suspenders, she “parked” my complaint saying CIBC owned my personal data and could give it away if they wanted to.

Which they did.

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BL20-🎄CLXt6 – Police in Toronto Decline Data Theft Investigation

Det. Ozretic Declares CIBC OWNS My Personal Data Once I Open an Account

So, since they own the data they can do whatever they want with it.

Very logical.

Except…

CIBC obtains your consent before collecting, using or sharing personal information, except where otherwise permitted or required by law.

https://www.cibc.com/en/privacy-security/privacy-policy/privacy-principles.html

CIBC Privacy Principles

CIBC respects the following principles when collecting, using or sharing your personal information:
 

1. Accountability

  • CIBC is responsible for personal information under its control.
  • There are designated individuals within CIBC who are accountable for compliance with these privacy principles.

2. Identifying Purposes and Obtaining Consent

  • CIBC informs individuals, at or before the time it is collected, the purposes for the collection, use and sharing of personal information.
  • CIBC obtains your consent before collecting, using or sharing personal information, except where otherwise permitted or required by law.

3. Limiting the Collection, Use or Sharing of Your Personal Information

  • CIBC limits the personal information it collects to what is necessary for the purposes it has identified. CIBC collects personal information only by fair and lawful means.
  • CIBC does not use or share personal information for purposes other than those for which it was collected except with your consent or where permitted or required by law. CIBC retains personal information only as long as necessary for customer service, legal or reasonable business purposes.

4. Keeping Your Personal Information Accurate and Providing Access to Your Information

  • CIBC takes care to keep personal information as accurate, complete and up-to-date as is necessary for the purposes for which it is to be used.
  • Upon request, and subject to certain exceptions, CIBC will provide you with access to your personal information. You can ask how your personal information is to be used or shared so you can ensure your personal information is accurate and complete and can be updated if appropriate.

5. Protecting Your Personal Information

  • CIBC protects the privacy of personal information through security measures appropriate to the sensitivity of the information.

6. Openness and Addressing Your Concerns

  • CIBC makes available information about its policies and practices related to managing your personal information.
  • CIBC has steps you can follow if you have questions or concerns about your privacy.

CIBC Digital Privacy Statement

Effective May 2018

At CIBC, keeping your personal information in confidence is a cornerstone of our business and an integral part of our commitment to service excellence. This Digital Privacy Statement applies to the collection, use or sharing of any personal information collected by CIBC in the course of conducting its business in Canada. This Digital Privacy Statement explains how we collect, use, share and protect personal information collected through your online and mobile activities, including through the use of any CIBC site or other online or electronic technologies such as email and mobile applications. It is consistent with our CIBC Privacy Principles and is in addition to our Privacy Policy and the terms of your agreements with us.

In this Digital Privacy Statement:

“CIBC,” “we,” “our” and “us” means collectively Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and its affiliates that offer deposits, loans, mutual funds, securities trading, portfolio management, investment counseling, mortgages, credit cards, trust services, insurance and other products or services.

“Digital” means CIBC Online Banking®, CIBC websites, CIBC mobile sites, CIBC mobile apps or our other electronic technologies. 

“Personal information” or “information” means information about an identifiable individual such as name, email or user IDs.

“Site” means a website and mobile site.

What we collect and how we collect it

The type of personal information we collect will depend on various factors, including your digital activities with us. We may collect information in the following ways:

  • Information you provide us, through your digital activities such as, mobile apps, applications for products or services, or information that you have inputted into our online tools or calculators. This may include information such as your name, email address, user IDs, passwords, service preference (e.g., language), age, gender, occupation and income range. If you communicate with us online or by email, mobile app or text message, we may collect information contained in that communication, such as your email address or mobile telephone number.
  • Information that your web browser may provide us, such as the type of web browser you use (e.g., Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari or Firefox) or the address of the site you came from.
  • Information that your devices may provide us, such as device details (e.g., device ID, model, operating system or device notification status), privacy settings and other device configurations or settings, your geolocation, or your IP address (a number that is automatically assigned to your computer or device when you browse the Internet and from which the general geographical location of the device can be derived).
  • Information obtained using web technologies, such as cookies and web beacons. Refer to the Web Technologies section below for further information.

How we use information

We may use information for the following purposes:

  • Provide you with our digital products, services and support
  • Communicate with you, including providing alerts that you have requested
  • Personalize your user experience including offering you personalized marketing and offers
  • Better understand your interest in other CIBC products and services
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of our sites, communications, marketing, or offers and promotions
  • Measure site and mobile app usage and improve functionality
  • Enhance digital security including preventing and detecting security threats and criminal activities

Using third-party cookies and other web technologies, CIBC may market CIBC products, services or community initiatives on another company’s site (e.g., remarketing). CIBC’s partners and service providers may also use third-party cookies and web technologies to collect and use information from CIBC sites and other third-party sites to assist us in this marketing.  In some cases, the content of this marketing may be based on information we know about you, such as your browsing behavior on CIBC sites and third-party sites where you are shown CIBC ads, your CIBC products and services, and the information you have provided to us. If you access one of these marketing ads, we may also track the response rate, the specific CIBC ad that you selected and the site activity associated with each marketing ad. If you enter a third-party site which has a CIBC ad, we may use cookies to help us identify the site you accessed, but we do not track and create a profile of a user’s behaviour on that site. The response rate data is used to help us plan future online marketing campaigns.

CIBC may offer mobile applications or services that use location information. If you choose to use such applications or services, CIBC may, if your geolocation device settings allow us, collect information about your location to provide you with the applications or services you request.

We may also use location information to personalize your user experience including through site or mobile app content, marketing, or offers for products and services. For example, we may use general geographical location derived from your IP address (e.g., city) to customize CIBC site pages for you.

Some services may involve access to information on your device. For example, accessing your contact list can make it easier to use Interac e-Transfer® banking services, or accessing your photos and camera can make it easier to complete a remote cheque deposit on your mobile device. Some services may allow your device and your wearable to communicate with a CIBC app, such as for Apple Watch®.

Protecting your personal information

Protecting the security of your personal information and the financial transactions you conduct online is of utmost importance. We use multiple layers of protection when you access any of our digital products or services, such as digital banking, including:

  • Web browser encryption: all browsers supported by CIBC digital services offer industry standard encryption. This provides a high level of protection for transmitting confidential data over the Internet.
  • Firewalls: we have secure firewalls designed to prevent unauthorized access to our systems.
  • Monitoring: we monitor activity on CIBC digital services to enhance security and to protect your personal information.

CIBC sites may contain links to non-CIBC sites. CIBC is not responsible for the information and privacy practices of these third-party sites. We recommend that you read any such third-party site’s privacy policy to learn about its information and privacy practices before you provide any personal information.

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BL20-🎄CLXt5 – The Star HAS not responded, NOR Bob Aaron, Lawyer

Re: Atkinson… He was particularly concerned about injustice

Throughout his 50 years as publisher of the Toronto Star from 1899 to 1948, Joseph E. Atkinson developed strong views on both the role of a large city newspaper and the editorial principles it should espouse. These values and beliefs now form what are called the Atkinson Principles. For more than a century, they have provided the intellectual foundation on which the Star has operated and have given the paper its distinctive voice.

The editorial principles Atkinson espoused were founded on his belief that a progressive newspaper should contribute to the advancement of society through pursuit of social, economic and political reforms. He was particularly concerned about injustice, be it social, economic, political, legal or racial

Fundamental to his philosophy was the belief that the state has the right, and duty, to act when private initiative fails. While Atkinson’s beliefs were never codified in any set form, the central Principles can be summarized as follows:

Star Principle: Individual and Civil Liberties

Everyone must be equal under the law, and able to enjoy the fundamental freedoms of belief, thought, expression and the press.

https://www.thestar.com/about/liberties.html

Refreshing Your Memory

Gwendolyn Adrian, senior lawyer for Kramer Simaan Dhillon LLP and personal lawyer to partner Michael Simaan gave an interview to Alexandra Heck on Adrians’ suit against me litigated for an ex-cop, ex-Aurora Bylaws Manager, ex-Erin contractor. I asked for an opportunity to be interviewed but I got no reply in ten months.

The Toronto Star published her article. Google: “Alexandra Heck Robert Lepp Erin $950,000” and you may find the article is still in the Toronto Star web site.

This was the first of two misleading articles from The Star. Five days later, they have not responded AT ALL to my defamation notice and I doubt they ever will. The peril in taking that attitude is that it looks bad in court to be shown a pattern of bias spread by lawyer Gwendolyn Adrian.

Both AURORA and Erin terminated her client early and paid cash to make her go away. Part of ADRIAN‘s lawsuit claims I was responsible despite her client testifying in Newmarket court to exactly the opposite facts. She testified happily that she was terminated without cause in Aurora and paid a cash lump sum to avoid a lawsuit for letting her go “without reason”.

Her manager in Erin also testified in the same proceeding that he paid her two extra unearned months of her contract to leave early after just four months. Erin residents had applied pressure to the mayor for that decision at election time in October 2018.

The Toronto Court told Gwendolyn Adrian that she had not filed a legal lawsuit and that she was required to have filed it within three months of the alleged acts. Since that day ADRIAN has not advanced the lawsuit in any way. The suit has no chance of being litigated.

Gwendolyn Adrian has now been ordered by the court to justify 2 legal actions she took against me. The justice told her she litigated “the worst of the worst” allegations of me on October 14. That her motion was “grossly over reaching”, a “non starter” and “just not going to happen”.. she was ordered to write ten pages explaining why she chose to attack me in this fashion.

I, in turn, will do the same to show the court how she manipulated the press to quote her before the suit was even litigated. That seems inappropriate for a Law Society licensee. They have ethics rules for its members.

The true Toronto star articles were completely one-sided and were published after only a single interview each with Gwendolyn Adrian and others. I was not contacted for fact checking at all. so each article was merely a hit job orchestrated by Gwendolyn Adrian and the Toronto star.

neither Alexandra heck nor Bob Aaron chose to provide a balanced article and each must’ve had some personal motive for doing so. It is not conceivable that a real newspaper reporter would refuse a detailed interview with an alleged criminal. Imagine if Guy Paul Morin asked for equal time and was refused. Yes, he would have been sent to prison needlessly…

Oh?, he DID go to prison? Oops!

Well, so did I and now it is payback time. I had to give a DNA sample so maybe that will help.

It seems a tad unfair for The Star to be given unlimited access to broadcast lies about me, including those proven as lies by the court transcripts.

But our great Charter of Rights let’s them do it because we have a legal system designed to keep them honest. I do not need to get upset at all. All I need do is sue them.

And Ontario wonders why its courts are now terminally disrupted by a bat from Wuhan China.

Now, will someone go to bat for me?

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BL20-🎄CLX👁👁 – Guy Paul Morin’s lawyer Clayton Ruby on False Accusations and Convictions

Full interview:

I am in now way comparing my plight to that of Mr. Morin.

BUT, that said, Toronto Police are seemingly incompetent. They took HOW LONG to check the DNA they stored for decades?

Ruby: “We tend to trust prosecutors… we trust authority… there are mistakes… huge and inexplicable… a more sceptical approach to prosecution claims makes us all safe.”

His summary of the impact of Toronto Police FINALLy doing their job…

Says Clayton Ruby: “Why so long? It’s not tricky… People don’t trust the system…He cannot recover….There is no recovery from false arrest, false imprisonment, bearing false witness.

I now have 21 false charges from York Regional Police.

I defeated 16 without a lawyer. 3 are under appeal. 2 have not been to first appearance after SEVEN MONTHS! 3 lawyer lied to arrest me and send me to Lindsay Prison IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PANDEMIC.

I reported to Toronto Police on August 28 that Gwendolyn Adrian admitted to me in a recorded court ordered session that she obtained my banking data surreptitiously. She said it was “none of your business” who gave her the data required to legally garnish my shiny new, 24 hour old CIBC account.

Detective Nicole Ozretic has now taken 50 days to make one phone call to CIBC to see if there is any truth in her admissions.

So, if Guy Paul Morin is upset at Toronto Police, I am not surprised.

Maybe Mr Ruby should look into all ex-police officers on the suspect lists. Police will NOT investigate their own Thin Blue Line brothers and sisters.

And now they refuse to help those like me who reported crimes by ex-police and her lawyer Gwendolyn Adrian.

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BL20-🎄CLX👁 – The Star would not respond to me in January either

Gwendolyn Adrian, senior lawyer for Kramer Simaan Dhillon LLP and personal lawyer to partner Michael Simaan gave an interview to Alexandra Heck on Adrians’ suit against me litigated for an ex-cop, ex-Aurora Bylaws Manager, ex-Erin contractor. I asked for an opportunity to be interviewed but I got no reply in ten months.

The Toronto Star published her article. Google: “Alexandra Heck Robert Lepp Erin $950,000” and you may find the article is still in the Toronto Star web site.

This was the first of two misleading articles from The Star. They have not responded AT ALL to my defamation notice and I doubt they ever will. The peril in taking that attitude is that it looks bad in court to be shown a pattern of bias spread by lawyer Gwendolyn Adrian.

Both AURORA and Erin terminated her client early and paid cash to make her go away. Part of ADRIAN‘s lawsuit claims I was responsible despite her client testifying in Newmarket court to exactly the opposite facts. She testified happily that she was terminated without cause in Aurora and paid a cash lump sum to avoid a lawsuit for letting her go “without reason”.

Her manager in Erin also testified in the same proceeding that he paid her two extra unearned months of her contract to leave early after just four months. Erin residents had applied pressure to the mayor for that decision at election time in October 2018.

The Toronto Court told Gwendolyn Adrian that she had not filed a legal lawsuit and that she was required to have filed it within three months of the alleged acts. Since that day ADRIAN has not advanced the lawsuit in any way. The suit has no chance of being litigated.

Gwendolyn Adrian has now been ordered by the court to justify 2 legal actions she took against me. The justice told her she litigated “the worst of the worst” allegations of me on October 14. That her motion was “grossly over reaching”, a “non starter” and “just not going to happen”.. she was ordered to write ten pages explaining why she chose to attack me in this fashion.

I, in turn, will do the same to show the court how she manipulated the press to quote her before the suit was even litigated. That seems inappropriate for a Law Society licensee. They have ethics rules for its members.

The true Toronto star articles were completely one-sided and were published after only a single interview each with Gwendolyn Adrian and others. I was not contacted for fact checking at all. so each article was merely a hit job orchestrated by Gwendolyn Adrian and the Toronto star.

neither Alexandra heck nor Bob Aaron chose to provide a balanced article and each must’ve had some personal motive for doing so. It is not conceivable that a real newspaper reporter would refuse a detailed interview with an alleged criminal. Imagine if Guy Paul Morin asked for equal time and was refused. Yes, he would have been sent to prison needlessly…

Oh?, he DID go to prison? Oops!

Well, so did I and now it is payback time. I had to give a DNA sample so maybe that will help.

It seems a tad unfair for The Star to be given unlimited access to broadcast lies about me, including those proven as lies by the court transcripts.

But our great Charter of Rights let’s them do it because we have a legal system designed to keep them honest. I do not need to get upset at all. All I need do is sue them.

And Ontario wonders why its courts are now terminally disrupted by a bat from Wuhan China.

Now, will someone go to bat for me?

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BL20-🎄CLXI – How Breachy Was I?

All My “Convictions” are breaches. Save one which was an email to police asking for help with a dog attack. Am I TOO breachy?

Breach´y

a.1.Apt to break fences or to break out of pasture; unruly; as, breachy cattle.
Too funny… breaking fences in spite of myself

Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.

“APT TO BREAK FENCES” is just TOO funny.

In the past five months less than 12 people Average per day read my blog.

Three are alleged victims

Three more are me and my family, one more friend

at least three must be lawyers

my probation offocer, that’s 11.

some of 37 cops assigned

And your Attorney General has spent $250,000 conservatively since 2017. Ten trial days. Four inquiry days. A Hundred appearances. Waste.

For one ex cop. And only because of the “Thin Blue Line”.

I spent over $44,000 on lawyers and courts.

For 12 people a day. Ontario paid $228 per viewer per day

I paid another $40 a day per viewer

$268 a day we paid.

Is that “in the public interest?”

$268 a day.. over $10 an hour per person?

Discuss among yourselves.

I’m thinking ex cops are expensive to protect from public opinion. If they don’t want people blogging about them…. stop assaulting me and lying again and again. Two arrests, three charges all withdrawn as false.

When I went to Toronto police the first thing thing they asked ME for was photo ID. “Standard procedure” he said.

Why is it not STANDARD with York Regional Police?

Why can I not be shown PROOF of the name of the person who arrested me twice falsely? 3 charges. All withdrawn. Why can I not be told the legal name of such a person?

Since there was no name change between June 3, 2017 and January 30, 2018 when a married name was renewed as a POA officer in council minutes, she lied about her name in every charge and every lawsuit. Neither of her two lawyers have responded to a legal request to know my accuser’s legal name.

When after 5 days Toronto police called … they IMMEDIATELY opened with..” Why did you try to arrest in Toronto, you’re in Aurora?”

Second thing? She wanted my bank account number.

She’s not even planning to get the “legally executed garnishment from CIBC” to get the account number. She wants it from me?

Nope. I do not Gove my SON or bank account to anyone. Common sense.

If CIBC was legally freezing my account, she can now garnish RBC the same way. If she stole no account number for CIBC she should be able to repeat the process at RBC WITHOUT an account number. I’ve put my cash in the account. Go garnish it without an account number to prove your innocence.

If they give you my money they broke the law in s. 462. I’ve sued two banks already for breaking the Bank Act s.462 and eliminating my account, so to sue a third is easy.

Not garnishing RBC is an admission of guilt.

Your call.

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Protected: BL20-🎄CLX🎄 – Justice Cameron’s Unusual Findings

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BL20-🎄CLXIi – Crown! Heads UP! This is a case about technology, remember?

Dear Crown,

I ask that you take archive copies of every soft copy you have sent me. I ask that the metadata for all Word documents be safeguarded. Or, if you do NOT use MS Office, save every file and tell me what software you used to create them.

Crown Westagte was quite offended II suggested Mr. Elder, Giordano and himself had supplied “DRAFT orders” to Justice Harpur and Justice Cameron for their decisions.

Word metadata

Most Word documents contain hidden metadata that shows the history of the document. Metadata is data about the document or file that is embedded within the file’s details. That data shows when the document was first created, who authored the document, total editing time, and the last time the document was modified.

Microsoft Word’s metadata, or document properties, stores details about files. Common metadata entries include the document’s author, company, title and subject. Each time someone edits and saves a file, Word updates the document’s metadata. Comments and revisions logged in the metadata are helpful when several people are collaborating on a document. Reviewing the document’s properties or using the Document Inspector to see if metadata is present and will help you verify what information Word has recorded; remember, though, that the Document Inspector locates the types of metadata recorded in the document but does not reveal what that data contains.

For PDF files..

For PDF files..

View document properties

When you view a PDF, you can get information about it, such as the title, the fonts used, and security settings. Some of this information is set by the person who created the document, and some is generated automatically.

In Acrobat, you can change any information that can be set by the document creator, unless the file has been saved with security settings that prevent changes.

Choose File > Properties.

Click a tab in the Document Properties dialog box.

Document Properties

Description

Shows basic information about the document. The title, author, subject, and keywords may have been set by the person who created the document in he source application, such as Word or InDesign, or by the person who created the PDF. You can search for these description items to find particular documents. The Keywords section can be particularly useful for narrowing searches.

Note that many search engines use the title to describe the document in their search results list. If a PDF does not have a title, the filename appears in the results list instead. A file’s title is not necessarily the same as its filename.

The Advanced area shows the PDF version, the page size, number of pages, whether the document is tagged, and if it’s enabled for Fast Web View. (The size of the first page is reported in PDFs or PDF Portfolios that contain multiple page sizes.) This information is generated automatically and cannot be modified.

I would like all of that for every decision published by the various justices.

In particular:

J. Harpur

  • Findings and assessment of my guilt
  • Sentencing July 17, 2020

J, Cameron

  • Decision on my motion to suspend sentence awaiting appeal

J Rose

  • Decision and sentence
  • Probation Order

Here Mr. Elder , or “elder02” created the PDF in MS Word.

By Elder
By a court reporter

So, the evidence of who wrote these documents is recorded in the soft copy file itself.

I ask for a copy of each Word document so I can see who wrote it.

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BL20-🎄CLnever – Trump builds The Wall in Bradford Canada because that is the ONLY place he found a Mexican desperate enough to pay for it himself

AP – Breaking News – Saturday, September 5, 2020

The Whitehouse today issued a press release bragging that “Trump builds a “‘New” protective wall, on the very land owned by its neighbour even, that no U.S. cash was spent, and only Mexicans had to pay for it!”

One has to dig deep into the narrative to discover that The New Wall is:

  1. Not an international border
  2. Not 30 feet high, just four feet High
  3. Not black, it’s orange
  4. Not in Mexico, it’s in Canada 50 km NORTH of the border
  5. For certain p, it was paid for ONLY by Mexicans

Announcing: “The Wall” at Hay Caramba, Bradford, Ontario… a brand new patio safely surrounded by towering (to children) walls in safety orange.

The “Mexicans” are owners Noe Martinez and Melissa Marques. They paid 100% of the costs.

Trump is now looking into the miles of canal walls built by the large numbers of annual farm workers brought to the Holland Marsh area from Mexico because Canadians do not want to grow food. I’d have thought a pandemic might convince a few people to learn the skills… Just in case. Apparently everyone trusts McDonalds burgers WILL have adequate hormones in the beef to kill COVID-19.

So, each mile of canal is two miles of wall because Mexicans built the canals.

In Toronto, Secret Service suits were seen Laser measuring the Mexican embassy so a space contractor computer simulation could prove the length of all interior walls as well. Dubbed “Trump Mex US Some More Wall”, the app is being deployed to all countries with Mexican embassies and to all border states with Mexican immigrant owned bodegas… each store’s walls will be counted.

Following will be inclusion of all Wahlburgers, Walmart’s, ANYTHING Sam Walton OWN’s, all WonderWalls. All walls in Cornwall, all previously owned furniture of Humpty Dumpty and his progeny, all buildings built by any company trading on Wall Street,

Then, usually dim witted Eric came up with more opportunities when he asked, “What is a wall?” And Dad said.. “ Look it up you you dumb f&*k!” And he found…

All U.S. embassies in the following countries will be asked to donate one city each:

Number of places named Wall per country:

There are 5 places named Wall in Germany.

There are 4 places named Wall in United Kingdom.

There are 3 places named Wall in America.

There is one place named Wall in Vanuatu.

There is one place named Wall in Czech Republic.

Walls Do Not Stop Boy Scouts

There is one place named Wall in Cameroon.

There is one place named Wall in Australia.


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BL20-🎄CL8 – Alternative Facts: Maybe she did not steal it!

Better L8 than never! MAYBE I was wrong!

If I had it wrong with Adrian, will CIBC take the blame?

Because, it COULD also have been CIBC lying that they did nothing wrong.

IN FACT, that MAY be a high possibility.

Will I now be arrested for Public Mischief?

A;; I did was report Gwendolyn ADMITTED it was “none of my business” who stole my account number for her.

Have faith Gwendolyn, you have a female officer investigating, and. I am sure you can talk yourself out of it.

Maybe, Gwendolyn is gonna take one for the team, maybe she’ll allow her OWN arrest rather than cost the banking industry a fortune.

If it was Gwendolyn… she gets a knuckle rap.

BUT, if it was CIBC… the resultant CLASS ACTIONS will cost a bundle.

Note: To lawyers reading this… DIBS! on the class actions… I demand a piece!

Read on. Maybe we can pin this on the CIBC acting alone.

Needed: Just get Camilla Latronico (CIBC) and Michael Hamilton (OBSI) to admit they were wrong… that CIBC made a mistake. Again.

And here’s what I base that on. More evidence that CIBC simply cannot properly handle garnish orders. They evolved (see my Darwin posts) into treating them ALL as “child support orders“. By letting ALL LAWYERS fax garnish orders for family support, CIBC let lawyers sneak in the odd shady court order and if needed deny it as a one-off mistake.

Plausible deniability…. always useful, always valuable.

Remember… the POSITIVELY shady $18,000 court order the banks are waiting for was fraudulently awarded. Ms Adrian asked for and got it claiming a motion NEVER heard. $1,800 ALONE was claimed by Gwendolyn for PHOTOCOPIES NEVER SEEN.

That is (in my opinion, see: Rights, Charter Of) fraud.

Anyway, it SHOULD be.

SNIFF- SNIFF!

Let’s Make Like A Canary and Take a Sniff! If we die, we die.

OK, let’s see if my CIBC account is still frozen by an order sent by Gwendolyn Adrian March 4, just about 20 hours after I opened it…

Spoiler alert! It was!

I tried a large Interac from my pension fund account at RBC Aurora

I then switched Apps and tried to deposit it at CIBC Aurora….. NOPE.

Because all of my accounts at CIBC are frozen, I cannot transfer IN any money, I cannot pay my bills.

So, the banks DEFEATED the whole intent of a garnish…. they really just get ONE grab, and if the balance is less than demanded… then the account is useless forever. Forever frozen. It cannot get more money put in.

BUT CPP And OAS will arrive… AND BE SEIZED.

See, there is no capability in this cold banking computer systems IBM sold them in the 70’s to exempt social benefits from being seized. I proved that too, by asking them!

CIBC Refuses To Upgrade Computer Systems

With the BILLIONS taken from the Canadian taxpayer… they will now claim it to have been and TO BE NOW too expensive to change their mainframes to permit meeting REQUIREMENTS clearly define in the Bank ct at s. 462,

I CANNOT be the first to be abused… CLASS ACTION GOLD MINE AHEAD!

Imagine how many people were robbed of their pensions which were then sent to the sheriff!

How long will it take CIBC to just figure out HOW MUCH they OWE these people?

After all if CIBC accepted a $5,000 COURT ORDER (NOT family support related) and then took $1,000 of the last CPP or OAS payments… THEY STOLE them to give the sheriff.

CIBC will have to pay them back once my class action gets rolling.

Oh, BTW, even when frozen.. the $4.95 charge is applied.

YES, I also get a credit of the $4.95 Old Fart Rebate

BUT, if this were a “reglular for fee” account, they would be charging for a withdrawn service. They must pay it back.

THAT’S MORE TO PAY BACK!

I believe CIBC has an expensive problem.

And, once they admit THAT to keep Gwendolyn Adrian from being arrested, they “freeze and seize and never releaze”… I go to TD, RBC, BMO, Tangerine, …. ALL of them will have to take a look whether they seized pension funds in every garnish order EVER! OR charged fees while the account was made useless.

The lawyers will be lining up.

To get me to shut up!

Now, what are the bets I can go in and change my account to a high end, all bells and half whistles version with the highest fee and then watch that accumulate? Think I can do it by Monday morning? I have 1-4 pm out today, I will try.

Alert! Bob Lepp is coming to CIBC to catfish them into charging fees for a frozen account. I’ll send my OAS there Direct Deposit, and keep CPP as a paper check I can tender at RBC. THEn, I have it all. End to end.

Since I just published the BUGS in CIBC systems, and emailed the Ombudsman, and if they STILL ignore me, and STILL LET me upgrade the account to a high fee… is THAT fraud as well?

Knowingly charging a monthly fee for a completely disabled account…

I’ll check with a lawyer.

Gwendolyn? Any time on your hands? Or are you NOT doing time yet?

See, more humour. I win again.

This is difficult for me…

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BL20-🎄CL7️⃣ – “Tied Up With A Bow(Wow)”: Putting it all together with RBC’s help

See what I did there? Humour!

I love the idea that in the end RBC is my safe place to bank.

and they are the key to how I avoid Ms Adrian until my appeal can be perfected.

Ms Buckles’ neighbour, and she has two, worked at RBC for forty years and now they will keep her talons off my money.

A wonderful young man there tied it all up with a bow.

He asked head office how they garnish an account. Simple. Direct.

I had no idea to ASK TD before they took our $4,500. Poof! It was gone.

And CIBC shut me down in half a day.

So, I assume those two would say the same as RBC…

  1. The bank gets garnished by fax…. because child support garnishments CAN be faxed to head office. Since they can’t tell the REASON for the garnish… or at least will claim they can’t .. they accept court orders too.
  2. Head office then FREEZES the accounts of the named person BECAUSE a deadbeat Dad or Mom will NOT be providing a bank account number.
  3. The “freeze” is due to systems so old it has no OTHER way to keep you from your money. The old mainframe COBOL programs are simply ALSO frozen since all of us COBOL programmers retired. Only the glitzy PC-based front ends get modifications now.
  4. So, the overall freeze takes away your pension payments. After all, deadbeat Dads are scum.
  5. If you happen to read this post you will now know that to get your CPP released … visit the branch and ask them to release your CPP.
  6. They give you the cash IF it has not been given to
  7. Your account is still frozen but you have cash.
  8. Mail cash to pay your cable bill.

So, if I MUST go to my bank to argue for my CPP…

I may as well get a paper check and cash it and save the argument.
BUT will they SEIZE it instead, put it in my account anyway…THEN, I get to argue for it.

WOW, so many options to mess me up.

Thus, a false garnish ALWAYS stops me getting my pension.

JUST like Adrian asked the judge to do.

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BL20-🎄CL🃕 – Do you know anyone whose Bank Account was garnished? They may have been scammed

Banks are permitting lawyers to circumvent the Bank Act.

To collect debts, they can “garnish” the debtor’s bank account. The Bank Act S. 462 tells them how.

They need your name, account number, branch number and branch address. Then they courier the order to the branch. And the bank branch is supposed to do the rest. They compare the account and name to the name and account on your signature card, then take your cash. If you still owe money, they take any cash you are silly enough to deposit.

Until recently….

Today, Lawyers now ignore all that and just fax the debtor name to every bank head office and they do the rest, Each head office finds and freezes the account and sends the cash to the sheriff,

Until all the debt is paid, you CANNOT use your account.

So, you lose your money AND the ability to day your bills.

And nome of that is legal.

Call YOUR bank and ask their routines. You will be amazed,

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BL20-🎄CL🃕 – Do you know anyone whose Bank Account was garnished? They may have been scammed

Banks are permitting lawyers to circumvent the Bank Act.

To collect debts, they can “garnish” the debtor’s bank account. The Bank Act S. 462 tells them how.

They need your name, account number, branch number and branch address. Then they courier the order to the branch. And the bank branch is supposed to do the rest. They compare the account and name to the name and account on your signature card, then take your cash. If you still owe money, they take any cash you are silly enough to deposit.

Until recently….

Today, Lawyers now ignore all that and just fax the debtor name to every bank head office and they do the rest, Each head office finds and freezes the account and sends the cash to the sheriff,

Until all the debt is paid, you CANNOT use your account.

So, you lose your money AND the ability to day your bills.

And nome of that is legal.

Call YOUR bank and ask their routines. You will be amazed,

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BL20-🎄CL❻ – Proof Ms. Adrian lied

Ms Adrian and Mr Painter OFTEN forget I am not a lawyer. They then expect I know all the secret handshakes.

The both enjoy whining to justices that I do not play by unwritten lawyer rules developed over the centuries to make their lives even easier. This makes tech judge biased against me.

To be honest, if a self rep actually finds himself standing before a justice then he has moved heaven and earth. It is not trivial to schedule a motion. To be able to produce the paperwork takes a lot of learning, effort and mistakes.

Below is Ms Adrian’s signature under paragraph 10) in which she claims:

“…Lepp increased costs by unilaterally scheduling the SLAPP relief motion…Increased costs were incurred. Had Lepp acted REASONABLY, a motion to deal with the preliminary issue of default could have been scheduled before a master…..”

G. Adrian Costs submission to J Schabas

I “reasonably” plead 137.1 in my Defence and on May 21, 2019… EXACTLY as I am supposed to. Ms Adrian filed for “Default Judgement” WHILE I filed 137.1 WITH HER on May 21, 2019

She refused ALL communication while I was in default. I emailed her several times citing PPPA, COJA and SLAPP 137.1 rules.

Framers of the PPPA despised SLAPP suits. They are predatory and allow wealth to defeat dissent through false suits JUST to cost MONEY and l its of it.

SLAPP suits are oppressive and illegal now and Ms Adrian has STILL not “got” it.

DEFAULT” means NOTHING when 137.1 is moved.

The whole idea of the PPPA is to cut off SLAPP suits at the knees, AND at NO COST TO THE DEFENDANT.

Before the PPPA, MONEY was simply the weapon to shut up the dissenter.

Adrian refused to understand that 137.1 SUPERCEDES EVERYTHING ELSE ABOUT A CASE. The PPPA’s purpose is to DISCOURAGE exactly the kind of suit Duncan brought. To do that, the Defendant can challenge it ANYTIME under 137.1. He can be assured of NOT PAYING ANY COSTS. He can win UNCAPPED damages if he proves SLAPP.

FACT: On May 21, 2019 we BOTH stood before J. Archibald and HE ordered us back August 26, 2019 for the 137.1 hearing… a date acceptable to BOTH of us.

There was NO unilateral “scheduling” of anything. I had ALREADY pled 137.1 IN SENTENCE ONE OF MY DEFENCE TO Brad Cran.

There is NO REQUIREMENT for a self represented person to beg a lawyer for a date. Lawyer “friends” do that as a nicety to fellow union members. I have it from Llyshelle Barrett, Superior Court Scheduler Newmarket that no “consultation” is required.

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BL20-🎄CL🏌️‍♀️ – To: Michael Simaan – Things to ponder

As you consider the revenue streams from the lawsuits of TD and the other one, think about how…

Ms. Adrian submitted costs stating she worked seven 8.5 hour days, or 60 hours at $300 per hour, defending her client’s suit from SLAPP s.137.1 of the PPPA and the COJA and NEVER ONCE read the section to see what she was trying to defeat.

If she HAD read the s. 137.1 it states clearly it can be moved at ANY TIME, when in default, or NOT in default, BEFORE filing a defence, AFTER filing a defence.. there is NO TIME when it cannot be moved.

FACT: There is NO TIME when SLAPP s. 137.1 cannot be moved.

  1. A woman who falsely arrested me on three criminal charges, the crown withdrew on all 3, she sues me for her losing her two town jobs… and yet she testified at MY trial it was her choice to leave each and she was paid “cash on lieu of notice” by both Aurora and Erin.
  2. A trained lawyer can claim to J. Schabas she worked 60 hours at $300 an hour on defending SLAP 137.1 BUT she never actually read the section in either the PPPA or the Courts of Justice act.

She denies knowing:

  1. 137.1 can be moved WITHOUT filing a defence, therefore, everyone who moves 137.1 IS IN DEFAULT.
  2. That defending 137.1 CANNOT BE AWARDED costs.. EVEN IF SUCCESSFUL.
  3. The meaning of SLAPP… as defined in the PPPA and 137.1
  4. She denies her client claimed she built 100% on her own land, right up until Ms Adrian got her to admit she knew it all along to beat Ms Buckles in Small Claims. That was brilliant of her. She won $2,000 by admitting her suit was FALSE all along… and forgot she now LOSES her $80,000 suit of two people.

Now, if she had NOT STOLEN MY CIBC DATA,.. she might convince a judge she was just sloppy, but once she committed a crime the judge SHOULD lose all respect for her.

But, she did steal my account number. And I can prove it.

CIBC said their staff ALL did a perfect job, just like they worked for Trump.

That MEANS, there was a match between the account Ms. Adrian submitted on the garnishment order and the account number on my still wet signature card.

CIBC would not lie to police, correct? They would say they did not Gove the number away. And then the police ask for the garnishment order, point to the account number and say “Well how did Ms Adrian get it legally?”

So, Ms Adrian somehow got knowledge of my account number to be able to write it on the order to the court and to CIBC. And I can state I did not give it to her.

ONLY CIBC knew my account number when I opened the account March 3, 2020 and BEFORE she garnished it March 4. So, in those 24 hours, Ms. Adrian stole it from someone.

AND, someone told her I was in that CIBC branch March 3. She could NOT know to go steal the account UNLESS a co-conspirator saw me there and phoned her up. THEN, she could go steal the account number.

So, she had TWO helpers, one playing lookout and one on the INSIDE of CIBC to print out my banking data for her. Its a long number, plus the TRANSIT code… she could not just be told it, someone printed it out or wrote it down for her.. and that piece of paper is evidence she now cannot destroy.

CIBC logs EVERY access to my profile data. They can be subpoena’d, ALL of the staff… to ask each one to confess.

And then August 26, Ms Adrian tried to elicit all my password hints. Wife’s name. birthday, mother’s name, son’s name, birthday…. she got EVERYTHING she needed to log in as me and take my money directly. Was she planning to do that? Or were the improper Discovery questions part of her thievery?

And imagine how much time CIBC wil spend backing away from claiming they did everything legally when they decide its easier to just charge Adrian for theft and let police figure it out. Not great press, but all press is good press.

The cost of all these suits to taxpayers is unfortunate.

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BL20-🎄CL🎄 – To: Michael Simaan – It’s easy as RBC…Why Ms. Adrian SHOULD be able to garnish RBC, too

On August 26, 2020 I was ordered by Ms Adrian to attend Discovery in aid io execution. She repeatedly asked me for ALL the accounts I had beyond the two she had ALREADY garnished so she could garnish it.

I told her “RBC Aurora”… why is it NOT garnished yet?

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BL20-🎄CL-aye-aye – CIBC Prefers To Be Sued

If you have read what the function of various levels of Ombudsman inside and outside CIBC, you know:

  • They will never admit they made a mistake
  • They will never offer compensation for abuse and withdrawal of service
  • Their “Top Guns” at OBSI take over to silence you JUST to open a file.
  • The range OBSI states they pay for silence to continue to infinity is $1,000 to $5,000
  • You will never know how much or how often people are paid to shut up about Bank Misconduct because a non disclosure starts at minute one off your complaint
  • You can accept $1-5,000 and play that game, or you can sue
  • I can clone my Michael Simaan and TD Bank to Michael Simaan and CIBC Bank in an eyeblink
  • This time Ms Adrian cannot represent him as she is udder investigation for theft of my banking data at CIBC

I will post the Small Claims Suit Number HERE >>>>________________________

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BL20-🎄CL – CIBC Ombudsman Camilla Latronico Tells Me How to Unfreeze My Account

Dear Mr. Lepp,

 I am writing in response to your email of today’s date regarding your bank accounts

 In order to access funds in your accounts, you need to contact CIBC at (905) 727-4248 X 222 (660 Wellington Street East Aurora Ontario L4G 0K3).  Thank you, Regards,

Camilla Latronico, CFP STI | Senior Manager | Office of the Ombudsman 

P.O. Box 342, Commerce Court, Toronto, ON  M5L 1G2 | Tel: 416-980-3755 | Fax: 416-980-3754 |

September 2, 2020 at 4:29 pm

Hear the results here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QNWhqlc05eCj7Pct_pVEhc2nfPncnDYY/view?usp=sharing

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BL20-🎄Cli – OBSI Michael Hamilton invokes SILENCE so I dump him

Recall that OBIS exists to pay off people who get screwed over by a bank.

As soon as you start not the process, the “Cone of Silence” drops over you. Then, whatever they tell your whatever the solution is you must shut up. You cannot use the admissions of OBSI that a bank screwed you over to sue that bank.

So, in essence, OBSI is just a muffler for complaints. Only the serious errors and omissions would be brought to them and they INSTANTLY have you wrapped in sound absorbing legal instruments.

If you get screwed over, just go straight to a law suit, because OBSI tops out at $1,000 anyway. Chump change.

CIBC broke the Bank Act was, specifically s. 462, but accepting a garnishment order at head office as a fax. They did not require Ms Adrian to courier it to my branch for comparison of the account number she had to the one on my signature card.

Because CIBC then froze my account to all uses for the last 5 months, they still assert they did nothing wrong.

So, if on September 2, 2020 (today) CIBC asserts they have done nothing illegal, why os my account not of any use to me?

 Mr. Lepp,

 Thank you for the update. At this time, I am required to remind you and bring your attention to the consent you signed with OBSI on July 7, 2020. Specifically:

Information you receive from us is confidential

You cannot share the information you get from us with anyone except the firm’s regulators and anyone who has also signed this agreement. You cannot use information you get from us in any legal action. 

You agreed to the terms set out in the consent. In particular, you agreed that:

OBSI’s correspondence, files, and any discussions we have during the review of your complaint are confidential;  

Sincerely,

Michael Hamilton

Senior Investigator

———————————————————————

OBSI / OSBI

T: 1.888.451.4519 x 2262

F: 1.888.422.2865

mhamilton@obsi.ca

September 2, 2020 at 4:29 pm

SO, I guess the OBSI will sue me now.

So far, what I got from the OBSI is “We need another 60 days to take us out to our maximum of 120 days to come back with a result.

Well, CIBC already telegraphed the result… a frozen account.

Did anyone see or notice that lawyers and government and bankers EVERYWHERE want to shut me up?

Aurora wants me shut up about the illegal business and education tax exemption for Terry Redvers and his soccer dome and maybe his tennis club by now.

York Region wants me shut up about Bus Safety.

the Catholic School Board wants me SiLENTLY to stay off public land at the bus stop.

York Region police want me shut up about Det. Sgt Bentham in my blog

The Police services Board want me to shut up and not demand they control the Thin Blue Line mentality of the Crawford family.

All of this silencing will come with a cost. Which is pretty cool, I will get paid for shutting up!

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BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️9 – To: Michael Simaan – I demand you garnish my RBC account where my CPP pension and OAS goes

UPDATE: September 3, 2020 – I met the RBC Aurora staff and set it all up for garnishment, They will let me know September 4 whether they can guarantee they will not take CPP and OAS if I direct it there

On August 26, 2020 I was ordered by Ms Adrian to attend Discovery in aid io execution.

She repeatedly asked me for ALL the accounts I had beyond the two she had ALREADY garnished so she could garnish it.

I told her “RBC Aurora”… way is it NOT garnished yet?

This is all she had, if police believe her, to garnish me at CIBC. She said she did not get my actual real account number or anything else REAL about me.

I challenge her NOW to prove it. And it is dead easy to prove.

I DEMAND she garnish it today September 2, 2020 a week LATER.

But you KNOW NOW she will not, don’t you?

Because, without an account number and a branch address and then registered mail or courier personal service TO the branch address, my signature card account number cannot be compared to the account number in the garnishment order.

Aurora RBC is at: 15408 Yonge St, Aurora, ON L4G 1N9 (905) 841-2020 Closes 5:00 pm today.

And because you would FAIL to prove that, she must have broken the law getting “Ms. Nunhov U.R. Business!” to give her my account details.

She is in a corner now. Backed in real tight.

If she DOES garnish my RBC Aurora pension money, she will break the law.

If she does NOT garnish RBC Aurora, she is admitting she can find no legal way to do that.

So, what shall it be?

I have already offered settlement in my suit of you and TD Bank. You declined. So at trial the justice can go nuts with a cash award. Especially when I tell him the same lawyer you hired AGAIN illegally garnished Canada Pension and OAS at CIBC.

My conundrum is what do I DO?

  • Do I sue CIBC for $35,000?
  • Do I sue you again for $35,000
  • Do I sue her client for $35,000

Any free legal advice for me?

I thought not. I have GoogleLaw, don’t worry about me.

Te following article is from 2017

GoogleLaw and creative destruction of the legal profession

Google and artificial intelligence may not be the end of the legal profession, but, boy, can you see it from here. 

Gary Goodwin

By Gary Goodwin

OPINION 06 Nov 2017

Google and artificial intelligence may not be the end of the legal profession, but, boy, can you see it from here. 

I anticipate encountering what Joseph Schumpeter euphemistically called creative destruction. Innovation destructs archaic business models and creatively releases capital to be deployed elsewhere — a benign description of being out on the street with your law degree.

Perhaps it’s too hyperbolic, but, for example, Google has made a database of federal and state case law and legal journal articles available via its Google Scholar search. In their defence, lawyers can now purchase on Amazon the “Please Do Not Confuse Your Google Search With My Law Degree” coffee mug. 

For a simpler DIY approach, YouTube displays more than 146 videos on family law. This also includes shuffle playlist for greater variety. 

For comparison, AI factors into more than 38 per cent of regular enterprise planning for mainly customer interfaces. As for law firms, it’s likely not so much. Most of law firm and in-house planning centres on how to augment regular legal work with new AI tools to make this more effective and efficient. 

JPMorgan Chase & Co., apparently, eliminated 360,000 hours of legal work creating legal security documents by the use of COIN, for Contract Intelligence, to review commercial loan agreements. The bank plans to use AI to analyze credit default swaps . . . since things worked out so well last time. 

Other forms of AI can review entire contracts, interpret sections and even recommend sections that are not there. These recommendations can depend on which side of a particular transaction you happen to be. Similar to customizing streaming music systems, one can imagine the type of customization that can occur as you adjust the lever from buyer focused over to seller focused. We await the ultimate customization that includes sliding the scale either to the far left or far right into the “jerk” setting. 

I tried a contract review application one time with a simple release. No comments came back. I imagine legal associates would be ecstatic to receive something back from a senior lawyer without any comments. I was hoping for at least one “atta boy” type of meme.

Instead of augmenting legal practice, another perspective suggests a client-based focus where the system asks questions and directs the client to certain resources. For example, The DoNotPay website helped users successfully appeal hundreds of thousands of parking tickets by having the client answer a number of questions. The system then interprets the situation and prints out a draft letter to send to the authorities.

I tested DoNotPay over the weekend and can confidently assert that the experience replicated that of retaining some legal firms. The site took in my request, said it was sorry to hear that and told me if I could email more information it would get back to me in 24 hours. Nice immediate reply, but a solution may come a bit later. Notwithstanding the delay, the value proposition — benefits divided by total costs — cannot be beat. The system is free. 

So, where do the law societies stand among all of this creative destruction? Their mandate includes the protection of the public. However, the other two mandates generally include advancing the cause of justice and the rule of law, which requires the public disclosure of legal codes and processes. Societies also facilitate access to justice. This suggests making it as easy as possible for the general public unable to afford a lawyer access to some form of legal information. 

This type of access does not mean providing paper or online brochures but a more customized response. In other businesses, chatbots can ask an advancing series of questions and provide a more “intelligent” and applicable answer. This forms the entire basis behind a customer-focused type of interface.  

A new client-driven model suggests perhaps an Uber approach. Uber does not own cabs and tries not to employ drivers. The courts have imposed some obligations here. Generally, Uber is a simple platform that connects customers and drivers. A similar approach could connect a client and a lawyer providing the most cost-effective service. Cost is not everything, but as the law becomes more commoditized, then perhaps being “the better lawyer” may not carry the day if everyone uses the same type of AI platform to research and provide a result. And, yes, everyone shall likely have their respective settings maximized over to jerk, so there will still be plenty to argue about. 

From a policy analysis perspective, one appreciates the different approaches each law society brings to the table and the complicated socio-economic analysis that would be required to balance justice access and public protection. The 2014 CBA Legal Futures Initiativeoutlined a number of areas that the legal profession could take to remain relevant. Implementation of the recommendations may be slow in coming. 

The various law societies currently have authority over who can practise law. One can easily imagine a public lobbying effort to storm the ramparts to allow some form of AI system that can ask questions and guide the individual to a possible area where help could be found.

There is nothing like a bit of urgency to assist in the legal change management process. 

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BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️8 – To: Toronto Police Services – The Law of Garnishment

Dear PC Mohammed

When and if your detectives speak to Ms Adrian, she will impress u[on them her superior knowledge of the law.

She will say: “Detective, I know the law and I did what it said to do.”

Well, faced with that assault on the competence of a highly trained Detective in Canada’s most sophisticated city… he or she may crumble and give up.

I ask that you do a couple of things for me:

  • Always read www.boblepp.com for the truth
  • The Bank Act section 462 is the law, and it says the garnishment must include the branch address and account number and be served to the BRANCH, NOT head office so the account number submitted can be compared to the one on the signature card in the branch
  • Did I mention www.boblepp.com?

I have done few related posts already. I created a new “category” ‘Whither Goest Gwendolyn Adrian?” for all such commentary on the Bank Act.

Just click HERE and see ALL posts about the legalities of Garnishment

and of course, get them to ask THE experts.. their credit union, because I am guessing NO ONE illegally garnishes them! 

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BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️7 – Bradford’s “Hay! Caramba!” as it joins my extensive Google Maps portfolio of 360 degree visual tours


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BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️6 – The “Bought ’em” Line

Gwendolyn CANNOT have BOTH served a legal garnishment notice AND served it legally

WHO/DecisionYESNO
MEX
CIBCX
OBSIX
Toronto PoliceX

The choices above do NOT result in a possible solution.

BECAUSE…EITHER

  • She served a legal garnishment using my stolen bank identity, and
  • The CIBC PERMITTED it to happen

OR

  • She served an illegal garnishment WITHOUT my account number AND
  • The CIBC PERMITTED it to happen

AND, THEREFORE

CIBC is wrong REGARDLESS

CIBC is responsible for BOTH choices police make

  1. leaking my personal data AND
  2. acting on an illegally served garnishment.

Ms. Adrian REQUIRED my account number on the order which HAD or be served “personally” at my branch, not faxed to EITHER the branch OR head office

SO THAT

My CIBC ***BRANCH*** could MATCH it to their signature card.

So, now the OBSI will do its thing and recommend CIBC pay me money to stay silent about their illegal mistakes,

Oopsie… TOO LATE!

They missed their chance to avoid “Death by BLOGGER BOB”.

Can you say “Catch 22”?

Catch-22 (logic)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchA flowchart showing how Catch-22 works

catch-22 is a paradoxical situation from which an individual cannot escape because of contradictory rules or limitations.[1] The term was coined by Joseph Heller, who used it in his 1961 novel Catch-22.

An example is:In needing experience to get a job…”How can I get any experience until I get a job that gives me experience?” – Brantley Foster in The Secret of My Success.

Catch-22s often result from rules, regulations, or procedures that an individual is subject to, but has no control over, because to fight the rule is to accept it. Another example is a situation in which someone is in need of something that can only be had by not being in need of it (e.g.: the only way to qualify for a loan is to prove to the bank that you don’t need a loan). One connotation of the term is that the creators of the “catch-22” situation have created arbitrary rules in order to justify and conceal their own abuse of power.

Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catch-22_(logic)

to justify and conceal their own abuse of power.

THAT sums up the Newmarket version of justice.

Newmarket Crowns make up arbitrary rules all the time.

  • NO Crown Pre-Trial (CPT) meetings, the time to exchange evidence and discuss options to a trial, despite the Attorney General mandating Self reps should get MOPRE CPT’s than a represented accused so teycna be given some training in court room procedures. Crown Moull WANTS want EVERY self rep to look like a RUDE RUBE to a justice. He wants mistakes made, rudeness, anger fro the self rep FLOUDERING in a strange land
  • (Note: Over 50% of cases now self represent due only to HIGH COSTS of lawyer.)
  • NO Consent for obvious motions…Like: Suspend sentence for a first time criminal who appealed the DECISION…. should be automatically consented to.
  • NO Consent for obvious motions… Consent to Strike “term 6” as J. Dawe ordered in every OTHER active order, release order, probation order, conditional release order… WITHOUT FORCING AN EXPENSIVE MOTION.
  • NO paper given to the accused facing a trial on 8 Summary charges and a Preliminary Inquiry 3 Indictable charges within a week of each other June 11 to 18, 2019 so he cannot know WHEN to hire a paralegal
  • MIX an Indicatable charge in with 7 summary charges in a SUMMARY trial to bias the justice to evidence unrelated to the Summary charges
  • PRESENT to J.P. Premji March 6, 2020 for a REVERSE ONUS bail release …a list of DISPOSED CHARGES ALREADY WITHDRAWN OR DISMISSED, JUST to BIAS JP Premji to think I had all of those as CONVICTIONS.
  • Accuse me of “filing too many motions on the wrong day” and THEN order that I NOT FILE ANYTHING AT ALL.

Until last week, I could NOT have won for trying.

Today, I CANNOT POSSIBLY LOSE even if I tried.

Watch THEM lose ME now! They have it ALL figured out, I only have half.

The fact they will now screw me again is an:

Immutable truth

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In philosophy and logic, an immutable truth is:

an unchanging universal fact

or reality

that is NOT influenced by human opinion.

(According to positivismobservation and experience are the only ways for immutable truths to become fully realized or understood.)

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BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️5 – CIBC/Garnishment… an arrestingly simple decision chart

Do we arrest Gwendolyn Adrian for stealing my banking data from CIBC in less than one day?… or do we forgive her?

https://www.lucidchart.com/blog/how-to-make-a-decision-matrix

There are now THREE entities examining their options. Each has just two options, YES (Arrested, Adrian erred) or NO (No arrest, Adrian did everything correctly)

So, in the end, we will have 4 YES/NO’s

ALL WILL most likely say NO!

WHO/DecisionYESNO
MEX
CIBCX
OBSIX
Toronto PoliceX

Depending on the mix of answers, I will take the next actions. I will do what every organization I asked said to do: “Sue ’em!” is all you CAN do.

Then, Charles Painter will have FRESH evidence of my vexatious tendencies.

See how they all work together? “They” force me to sue, so Aurora can defeat my $7 million suit claiming I overuse and abuse the courts.

“…🎶 and the painted ponies go round and round..♬”

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BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️4 – Road Trip!

You may “proceed directly to any medical…approved in advance by the Conditional Sentence Supervisor”

Signed july 18, 2020 by D Whitman for J. Harpur

I have a lab test requisition, which I believe is “any medical” in nature.

I must get approval from my CSS to go a lab test. He will ask where, I will say “Lifelabs Aurora, or an alternate if it is closed.”

He will say yes.

I will go to Lifelabs Aurora.

If it is closed, I will got to another Lifelabs at: 1040 Oliver Rd #101

If you Google that, it is in Thunder Bay.

I’ll be back Sunday morning Sept. 6. I have surgery, a secondary repeat of last time next week and according to probation I will get advanced approval.

Lord Tunderin’ Jeezuz... he’s going to go to Tunder Bay, by Jeezuz... how clever is that b’y?

I’m jest about gutfounded.

I’ll put da ol’ slut on and have me a yarn.

When the lab returns results showing I had ingested 4 beers and a martini minutes before the Dracula’s me.. I wil be asked to go to any Lifelab for a repeat.

That’s where St. John’s comes in.

I love the idea of “Lacey’s Blood Work”… I found no Lifelabs there so I substituted…

Driving just 10 hours a day, I can be back by the end of my sentence.

I booked the Ferry in case there is a Labour Day rush.

For those a little bit short of any such sense, this is called humour.

I have a permit for a “concealed carry LOADED” at all times. Fully Automatic, the large clip, no silencer, water cooled (well iced Martini-cooled, belt loaded (one belt 🍸 per load), 10X scope, crosshairs, laser pointed, accepts bayonet, integrated brass knuckles for larynx-to-ear combat, body camera Bluetooth linked while firing.

Virtual Reality playback enabled. Real time publishing on YouTube.

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BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️3 – Here, My Crystal Ball Tells How The OBSI Will Whitewash CIBC

The OBSI exists to mediate to pay off people to NOT tell the public when banks break the law. Period.

They “Spoke and offered to think about ” paying me $1,000 to NOT talk more about how CIBC accepted and implemented an illegal garnishment in less than 24 hours of a brand new account.

CIBC pays OBSI to pay people off when its member has paid the current year dues, and broke a law

OBSI exists to negotiate to buy its members silence from those it abuses.
OBSI exists to subvert the law behind closed doors in silence so the Federal government does not cancel its charter

The dues CIBC paid for 2020 is “hush money” so no one knows they illegally removed my new bank account from my use, froze it March 4 without waiting 2 days, kept it frozen as I write September 2 four months later even though not one penny was deposited or garnished.

Are You A Logical Thinker?

Follow this closely and tell me why I am wrong.

The Bank Act is the law banks must follow.

s. 462 defines to the bank when and how to Legally garnish an account.

If a bank claims it acted legally, it can display the evidence of EACH and EVERY one ofthose actions.



Because, s. 462 says the entire process must be Properly documented documented.

CIBC, therefore, can show me NOW, TODAY these proofs

  • The carrier or postal registered mail receipt showing the exact branch address matching mine
  • A log or register from the branch
  • The paper letter from Gwendolyn Adrian being received AT MY BRANCH.
  • The name and account account number Ms Adrian specified to garnish
  • An image of the signature card used to verify that the correct account number matched what Ms Adrian wrote
  • The affidavit of service proving I was served the NEW garnishment order for the new account
  • The date of the request, the total to be garnished, and the date AFTER waiting 2 days to take money.
  • Proof that the account was left in a status which does NOT prevent me from using it to receive my CPP and OAS direct deposits
  • Proof I can still deposit online or accept transfers of money INTO my account
  • Proof that my CPP and OAS deposits will NOT BE GARNISHED
  • Proof that EVERY garnishment they acted on is now properly documented showing compliance with s. 462

It is designed only to satisfy the Bank Act.

CIBC will stick to its position they did nothing wrong despite the fact they have none of the documented evidence

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BL20-🎄C🍀🏌️‍♀️2 – OBSI Provincial Ombudsman is run by the banks.

OBSI is a structure mandated by the law. It is just a necessary “last chance” when the bank says no.

OBSI is NOT on the side of the bank customer, nor is it biased to the bank. But, it IS funded by the banks and that answers the question. The Bank Act says they need to fund the OBSI, so they do, but it is NOT designed to help customers.

It is designed to be impartial enough tp satisfy the Bank Act.

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BL20-241 – There IS a doG!

Attributed to The Rev. Bob Dod, aka: “The Deacon of Dyslexia”

My dog, Scheibe was killed as a direct effect of Det. Sgt. Bentham’s push to punish me for blogging about her. By banning me from the dog park, she forced me to the forest where she impaled herself, March 2019.

So, she’s in heaven. Yup, there is one. It is populated ONLY with our dead dogs. They are the only creatures deserving of heaven. No cats, except to lick up after serving the meals.

Anyway I ask her to do stuff for me. She does them, and I give my wife’s dog, Coco, extra treats.

Seems Coco has a lot of sway with heaven too. She asked Scheibe for our back yard to be filled with rabbits, tender ones, for her to chase.

Poof! Rabbits are nesting in a large flower pot.
So, Darwin had to know this strain of rabbit had to be removed from the gene pool and a Scheibe gave him a paw.


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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.

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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.

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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.”

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