April 28, 2015

Ontario Ombudsman blasts Bill Blair's "continued deflection" on G20 questions

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder

When I asked Bill Blair and Justin Trudeau about Toronto police behaviour during the G20, they answered -- but one person in particular was outraged by their responses.

Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin proceeded to blast Blair on Twitter, writing, among other things:

The G20 debacle may indeed have been, as Trudeau put it, "five years ago," but judging by Marin's tweets -- and the favourable reaction they received from many online -- not everyone is willing for forgive and forget.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments!


JOIN TheRebel.media for more fearless news and commentary you won’t find anywhere else.

VISIT our NEW group blog The Megaphone!
It’s your one-stop shop for rebellious commentary from independent and fearless readers and writers.

READ Brian Lilley's book CBC Exposed:
It's been called "the political book of the year."

You must be logged in to comment. Click here to log in.
commented 2015-04-29 07:53:27 -0400
Bill was just a cog in the most corrupt political regime Ontario ever suffered under – that criminal regime was re-elected by GTA so, Brian, you don’t really expect any connected Liberal to ever be indicted in Ontario do you? The OPP have been absorbed into the Librano cartel and the rest of the police services are politically co-opted at the brass level, (they enforce Librano policy not law) and there are enough Librano kangaroos appointed to the bench to assure legal absolution of Librano crimes (Ont. Courts adjudicate policy, not law) – I think Bill knows this and it makes his jump to the Federal Libranos seem totally logical.

The McGuinty-Wynn Librano cartel is expanding its influence federally by placing key capos in GTA MP seats and Justine is forging a pathway for this. You can see what the overall strategy is – essentially, the Ontario Libranos know they will be racking up more debt with extortion payments to unions and other special interests who put/keep them in power, but collecting less revenue as the economy dies. Industry and productivity will continue to decline, inflation and tax will rise and the economy will become a stagnant pool of grey market economics – UNLESS there is a new economic revenue engine for Ontario – FEDERAL TRANSFERS!! – and to get the largest cut of that pie you need influence in the eastern welfare party Justine has cobbled together. So -it’s full steam ahead killing private sector wealth engines and substituting wealth redistribution from Alberta/Sask to Ontario through a Librano-run federal transfer system – and of course no naughty Librano will ever see indictment, ever, after that Ont-Fed alignment has been forged.

What’s the loneliest job in Ontario? The provincial Ombudsman during a Librano regime.
commented 2015-04-28 18:47:38 -0400
What is more scary is the number of Police Officers that are turning to Islam. Could it be that they like the idea of Sharia Law.
commented 2015-04-28 16:45:40 -0400
No mention about Billy Blair sending the Swat Teams to grieving Widows homes to collect the hunting rifles their deceased husbands had locked up. Generally on the same day the funeral was taking place.
commented 2015-04-28 16:35:15 -0400
Troodo, amongst other things, is a hypocrite and could care less. Troodo has nothing to lose. Troodo just spews his response/does what he wants regardless if it makes sense. He has his base.

And why is this the case? Because regardless, Troodo knows he’s in for a beating in October – the Conservatives have probably emailed him (indirectly) with enough of his past to crush his will to campaign.
commented 2015-04-28 16:15:19 -0400
The recent history of police commissioners getting involved in politics has not been a good one and Blair looks like he will continue with that tradition.