July 13, 2015

Cree healing lodge escape: "Are Canadian prison officials on crack?"

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder

Over the weekend, two First Nations prisoners escaped (that is, walked away) from the Saskatchewan "Cree healing lodge" where they were serving their sentences -- one for murder!

Luckily, they were apprehended quickly.

But what were these two doing in a minimum security facility, whether or not it was build on "sacred" ground?

Believe it or not, it gets worse:

Wait until you hear what sorts of programs are offered at the "healing lodge," and what other kinds of prisoners are sent there.

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commented 2015-07-16 21:55:51 -0400
Rick, lots of people in prison go straight but Pat Murphy had quite the criminal career. As you no doubt know, in addition to murdering his wife, he got rich from dealing drugs while working for RCMP as an undercover narcotics agent. He also did some arson, as I recall. Not someone who should have been housed in an elitist facility.
commented 2015-07-14 22:42:54 -0400
“Remember Pat Murphy, the RCMP who tossed his wife off Palace Pier? He’s out now but his prison, located in a beautiful Vancouver Island setting, had a golf course.” Ah yes, William Head Minimum Security Prison. Known to the locals as “Club Fed”. Waterfront property with a beach. Townhouse accomodations, Rec Centre and Theatre…other amenities I am not entirely familiar with. Knew somebody in there as a result of a drunken mistake. The family requested my assistance as a “counsellor” to help this individual reconcile his actions and prepare for release including making arrangements for employment and accomodations to transition to a “normal” life. It is truly a beautiful property located in a rural area of south Vancouver Island. Originally a leper colony a hundred years or so ago. And the person I knew? With the help and support of the family, the initiative was a success. Been on the straight and narrow for a decade now, recently raising a young family……..
commented 2015-07-14 13:53:20 -0400
Blog Wrath – They have mastered the are of “freeloading” with the assistance of all the Marxists, and that would be, the Lieberals, NDP, Greenies, the US, and the UN. The Conservative government, is the only party that is trying to assist the natives. It’s too bad the Marxists don’t realize how sick the rest of us are of this tragedy. We all know that it’s the chiefs who are stealing the wealth from their people on the reserve. The ones remaining on the reserves will continue to live in poverty, until the Indian Act is overhauled, and payments go directly to the people, not funneled through the chiefs. The left need their perpetual victims, to milk public sentiment, and unfortunately the natives don’t know they are being used, and abused as political pawns for the left.
commented 2015-07-14 10:27:50 -0400
I’d like to see therebel.media cover the story of how elitist offenders are housed and “corrected” in luxury facilities, including elites convicted of child sex offenses. Regardless of their offences, they get benefits other prisoners do not. Why can’t we seize their assets as proceeds of crime and treat them like all other offenders with real hard correction? Some even do business from jail, including seeking and getting revenge on their victims for “ratting” them out. Canada’s system is no different than the Mexican one that just let El-Chapo escape, when it comes to what kind of “justice” money can buy.

Remember Pat Murphy, the RCMP who tossed his wife off Palace Pier? He’s out now but his prison, located in a beautiful Vancouver Island setting, had a golf course.
commented 2015-07-14 10:18:21 -0400
Many Aboriginal youth have sex with each other as young as 11 and 12 years old. Some 14 year old convicted of rape for having sex with a 12 year old might well benefit from sex-offender corrections programs in a minimum-security healing lodge.

Judgements need to be made on a case-by-case basis. Certainly FN victims organizations oppose such sentences for domestic abusers who return too soon to the community only to reoffend. The TV drama, Blackstone, deals very well with these very issues.

Prisons are overcrowded and then there is our apartheid legal system with its Gladue loophole. The broken record fix never changes – scrap the Act and Gladue.

Mind you, prisons in the Netherlands are closing due to low crime, so they say, which was driven, apparently, by former high costs so that now, only extremely violent offenders are incarcerated. Maybe we could learn from that example. Or not. Hard to tell if their stats are fixed like ours are.

Corrections is a business, like justice and medicine, that creates work whether it is needed or not. Follow the money to determine the source of dysfuction.
commented 2015-07-14 08:20:16 -0400
Ièm a great believer in supporting anything that works.There are so many Native youth who find themselves in an endless cycle of drug abuse, crime violence and prision, Ièll support anything that works to take a reasonable percentage of them off that self-destructive cycle.

However if this (as usually is) some feel good make work project for lefty white liberals to rub their guilt woodies against, count me out. I guess the only way to find out is full accountability of the program. Check the recidivism of program inmates and let that determine success instead of feelings.
commented 2015-07-14 07:32:21 -0400
Anybody demanding an inquiry on these “missing Aboriginal men”?
commented 2015-07-14 06:47:13 -0400
Liberal policy of “catch and release” for hardened criminals has been in place for decades in Canada – judges and lawyers like this because it’s good for business.

This liberal policy is even more lenient for indians, but they are returned to their reserves only to have another go at MOAR crime. And this is how the liberals appear helpful, but are really fkg the indians in Canada.

Ah socialists – you know they are lying when you see their lips move – but they are failing because the MSM is becoming more fringe over time.
commented 2015-07-13 23:43:52 -0400
The Indians have mastered the art of freeloading to perfection.
commented 2015-07-13 22:35:40 -0400
What Darren said. At least put up a fence! Anyone have any stats on recidivism? Is this hug a thug thing doing any good? How about stats on violent crimes committed by escapees?
commented 2015-07-13 21:28:07 -0400
Serving their sentences? Not quite. More like, being sent to camp.
Is there some reason why the programs being offered by this facility can’t be conducted within dual electrified chainlink fences topped with barbed wire and guard towers on the exterior corners?
commented 2015-07-13 20:32:39 -0400
One system of justice. It can’t be any other way.
commented 2015-07-13 20:24:16 -0400
Do you notice the pattern of our law system, the 2-tiered system of justice? It is the ultimate insult to the citizens in a free democratic society. We are being mocked and undermined by those who are being paid to enforce the law, and to do their jobs. This is right from the keystone cops, to the greedy lawyers, right up to the kangaroo court, the SCOC. If they aren’t going to do their jobs, then get rid of them, and hire from the private sector. It seems the union mentality is so entrenched, the stench of self-entitlement is truly disgusting and shameful. The free passes given to the natives and minorities is just plain wrong, and eventually the majority will respond, and it won’d be pretty.
commented 2015-07-13 19:01:37 -0400
They do want to make it easier to integrate the offenders into society; being able to, just, walk away does make it easier.