In the second part of my four-part exposé into a Canada Border Services Agency internal audit, and what we found in our own exclusive Access to Information documents, we’re looking into the systemic failures of government protocols designed to weed out national security threats.
In one Access to Information document, we found that, in a random sampling of 54 refugee files, six cases didn’t have all the mandatory security screening system checks completed and or/have the results documented in the agency's case management system.
That provides pretty good odds for a bad guy!
The report found that criminality assessment procedures were completed on all but one of their sampling of refugees.
That might sound great on paper until it’s defined. A criminality test is a self-admission of criminality (or not) with no follow up with officials.
According to Access to Information documents, “police checks or certificates of no criminal conviction from the refugees home country were not required and police checks were not requested from the refugees countries of temporary asylum.”
Justin Trudeau's haste and arbitrary virtue signalling put us all in danger.
Tomorrow, I’ll show you some specific cases of fraudulent refugees and people who claimed inconvenience as the reason they needed to come to Canada.