April 15, 2015

Corrupted Justice: How can we trust the pro-Liberal OPP?

Brian LilleyArchive

Justice is slow when Liberals are involved.

It's been 3 months since the recordings of two Liberal operatives sent by Kathleen Wynne to make offers to a Sudbury Liberal not to run in a by-election were made public.

She sent two people to talk to Andrew Olivier, offering him jobs in exchange for him not running.

The OPP didn't really investigate until the recordings were released.

And even now, months later, for all we know the OPP hasn't spoken to Kathleen Wynne.

Why? Perhaps because last provincial election, they ran ads attacking the Conservatives.

We have a case of political back-scratching by a police force and justice department that should know better. 

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commented 2015-04-18 07:36:08 -0400
I consider Wynne, and that whole band of liberals, including the Greens and the NDP to have committed treason. There is no other reason than having implemented their sacred cow policy of wind turbines that did not bring the prosperity that they touted. The wind turbines inflicted countless damages on the folks who were conned into signing contracts that signed away their land and their rights to complain about noise and health issues. For that, they should all, the liberal cabinet, McGuinty, Smitherman be in jail.

We knew 50 years ago that Ontario did not have the energy resources, and we went into nuclear, and this provided prosperity. Anybody who thinks that wind and solar will replace nuclear is smoking the dope that Trudeau wants to implement. To add to the problem, the NDP and the unions added on to their wage demands, the growth of the sunshine lists, the growth of the bureaucracy.

What is the only way out of this debt…it is inflation…massive inflation will kill the debt but at a severe cost to all on fixed income, pension, and small business, all who are heavily borrowed. The unions have their COLA clauses…it’s like they know what will happen next….
To the folks at the REBEL, please do keep up your excellent work to peel this rotten onion of politics.
This is unfortunately the way it is today, thanks to all the sheeples in the province who can’t acknowledge the truth is like trying to ask a criminal to acknowledge a crime.
commented 2015-04-15 20:09:24 -0400
Stick it to em Brian. But have you ever tried to reason with the justice system? (Law system) it’s beyond ridiculous
commented 2015-04-15 18:25:57 -0400
They will NEVER investigate the gas-plants crimes now. Oh, and anyone else notice how, whenever someone (even a cop) crosses the OPP, they end up getting run over by a car and die in an “accident!”?
commented 2015-04-15 18:08:17 -0400
Totally looks like the lie-berals and their henchmen are completely out of control…….
commented 2015-04-15 18:06:50 -0400
Is the OPP Unionized? Need we say more?
commented 2015-04-15 17:59:02 -0400
The OPP are corrupt and I have lost respect for them years ago. They should change there name to OLP, Ontario Liberal Police because that is what they are. It is time for the RCMP to be called in, not only to investigate the liberals but the OLP as well because the stench of rot is permeating the air and it needs to cleared out.
commented 2015-04-15 17:42:48 -0400
You can’t trust the Ontario Political Police to do anything about the Liberal scandals. They will be and already are swept under the rug.
commented 2015-04-15 16:03:21 -0400
The OPP’s inaction speaks volume. Charges should have been laid a long time ago. It just doesn’t smell right.
commented 2015-04-15 14:57:44 -0400
So…do we need a revolution to replace the corruption in police and the judicial system? Or should we just reason with them? lol
commented 2015-04-15 14:54:11 -0400
Blatant conflict of interest here. Come on Canada, we need to clean up the rot or this will not be one of the best places to live soon.
commented 2015-04-15 14:52:42 -0400
Tim Hudak should be horsewhipped. He blew a slam dunk election. For one thing you cannot unilaterally rescind a contract…doesn’t matter if you are elected….courts have never upheld doing it …courts never will….there is nothing more sacred in the law than contract.

It is like the Republicans running a billionaire on a “let them eat cake” platform and then wondering why he didn’t win.

I have lived in Ontario, I have lived in Montreal……police corruption is one of the reasons why I won’t live there any more.
commented 2015-04-15 14:43:57 -0400
Same crap at the RCMP until Harper cleaned house there. When Conservatives get elected in Ontario, same will happen. In the meantime, get used to the rot. Conservatives in Ontario need to drop that progressive adjective – reeks of leftiness.