May 04, 2015

Shocking details from the Jonathan Denis courtroom testimony as publication ban lifts

Marc PatroneRebel Commentator

The estranged wife of PC candidate Jonathan Denis says the former justice minister claimed to own all the police, lawyers and judges in Alberta.

A publication ban prohibiting the release of courtroom testimony has now been lifted and with it,  the veil of secrecy surrounding their marriage and break up.
Breanna Palmer gave a harrowing account of life with Denis, recounting heated arguments during which she claims he threatened her, put her in a headlock, caused her to get a bloody nose, and bullied her, necessitating a court ordered emergency protection order.
In the course of what Palmer says was almost daily cruelty and spousal abuse, she claims Denis; as justice minister told her there was nothing she could do legally as he had the province's legal officials under his control, including judges.
At one point Palmer became suspicious of Denis, claiming her car was broken into and tampered with.
She expressed fear that someone associated with her husband would attack her and 'splash acid in my face.'
In his version of their relationship, Denis said none of his wife's allegations were were factual, saying the bloody nose she suffered was an accident that took place when he hit her with his knee during an attempted act of intimacy.
His lawyer made the case there was not one iota of proof that any of Palmer's allegations of family violence ever happened.
A witness testifying for Denis claims he overheard a conversation she was having with a friend to the effect that
Palmer was 'going to get money out of him'.
A family court Judge granted an original emergency protection order but it has now been rescinded by Justice Craig Jones who ruled he finds no evidence suggesting it should be continued.
Witnesses testified police were called to the Denis home last month over a heated confrontation between friends of Palmer who were helping her move and Denis.     
There was a period of about 10 days following that incident when Denis finally stepped down.
Premier Jim Prentice asked Denis to resign as minister April 25th but expressed confidence in him as a candidate, despite the police call to the minister's home.
Neither Denis or Palmer had much to say after court.
He is in the midst of an election campaign, having lost his job as justice minister thanks to the court proceeding that just ended.

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commented 2015-05-04 23:51:03 -0400
False accusations are the silver bullet in the anti-father/male family court. They are never addressed and there is never punishment for such. The male is automatically assumed guilty. He beats one false allegation and another one flies in,this continues until the male is so broke he cannot “pay” for justice. Here Joan,because it never happens
commented 2015-05-04 22:34:38 -0400
You seem to have a lot of people trying to get you Joan.
He said, she said, bad position to be in. I hope the truth comes out.
commented 2015-05-04 22:01:14 -0400
good job marc a rising star
commented 2015-05-04 18:07:04 -0400
Glenn Craig – If the standard of proof is balance of probability, she only needs to show it is likely, based on evidence that can be circcumstantial, that what she is saying is true.

Based on the little I’ve heard, her allegation of police and justice corruption, especially in light of what witnesses to the Charbonneau inquiry have said about corruption all across Canada in all the provinces, rings true.

As does her rather bizarre statement she was afraid some friend of her husband would throw acid in her face. Very pro-terrorist way to punish your wife. And given what we know about Islamist representatives in police in Canada, well …

Her concerns about someone tampering with her car also ring true to me. It reminds me of a threat a man delivered to me at my home one day. He said, and I quote him, “If they are going to whack you, they won’t waste a bullet but just explode you in your car”. He added, “In Haiti, where I was born, I would be arrested for saying what I just did. But not in Canada”. And he was right.
commented 2015-05-04 17:40:20 -0400
He said …she said….under provisions of the family violence prevention act what she said does not need to be proven and the truth don’t mean shit.

I would like to believe what she said at face value…but the MRM has accumulated such an extensive archive of false allegation that I can’t. Especially when divorce lawyers encouraging women to make false allegations is considered fair ball.

When it’s all said and done…Mr Denis is screwed and it doesn’t matter what the truth is.