Yet another Vancouver Island officer under
February 05, 2004
Staff Sergeant Luther Cutts was the senior officer at the Oceanside RCMP
detachment when criminal allegations surfaced following a management review. He
has since been transferred, but it is not known where.
CREDIT: CH TV
A Vancouver Island RCMP officer is under investigation for criminal wrongdoing.
The Crown [usually consisting of friends of the RCMP] is looking into
allegations against staff sergeant Luther Cutts.
Cutts was the senior officer at the Oceanside RCMP detachment but has since been
transferred. It's not clear where he now works. Initially, he was sent to
Nanaimo, but he is no longer there.
The allegations surfaced in a management review last fall.
Crown council won't reveal what the allegations are, or even
confirm the name of the officer under investigation.
Crown council will decide whether to lay charges in a couple of days.
[We can assure you that Crown will not lay charges unless
they feel certain that media attention to their lack of action would compromise
the "public trust". This is their unofficial policy, as Crown considers
the police a "key asset" in their work as prosecutors of Canadians, and
typically will only lay charges in cases they are unable to explain away or bury
from public scrutiny.]
[See also, RCMP Covering up Child Abuse]
RCMP admit they Lied, and tried to damage our privacy
August 12, 2004
The RCMP now admits privacy laws did not prevent them from warning
people that a man on parole for murder had disappeared from a halfway house in
The man, Eric Fish, was later arrested and charged with murdering a
75-year-old man in a home invasion. Fish vanished from the halfway house June
21st, but the police didn't issue a public advisory about him until after the
home invasion in which Bill Abramenko died.
At first, the RCMP said privacy laws prevented them from issuing the advisory
earlier, but now Constable Heather MacDonald says that's not the case. She
says there was nothing to indicate at the time that the individual posed that
degree of threat to the public. Corrections Canada is investigating the Vernon
halfway house in the wake of the killing.
Meanwhile, about 250 people attended a memorial for Abramenko at a Vernon
church today. His daughter Angie said if a person can be measured by the
number of friends they had, then her dad was a giant.
RCMP using SWAT style raids to intimidate High School
The RCMP supports the gun registry, yet seem oddly disinterested in
keeping track of those of criminals, or even their own!
Ever notice how gun crimes spike within weeks of gun amnesty programs?
Are the RCMP and/or other departments re-selling these guns to crime
syndicates in order to foster gun violence and shape public outrage and
hatred of guns?
We can now confirm that the RCMP is trying to hide where these guns are
coming from... and given their confirmed ties to Asian drug syndicates, it
is not in the least unreasonable to speculate they are engaged in smuggling
firearms as well.
FIREARMS FACTS UPDATE
RCMP MISSING SOME IMPORTANT RECORDS
ON THE SOURCES OF CRIME GUNS
DECEMBER 15, 2004 – BREITKREUZ ATI REQUEST TO RCMP
Page 23 of the National Police Service 2004 Annual Report on Organized Crime states:
- the problem of illicit firearms and violence is particularly concentrated in urban centres;
- In these centres, gangs increasingly possess illicit firearms, particularly handguns;
- “intelligence and investigations confirm that the illicit firearms market in Canada is supplied predominately from two sources: firearms smuggled from the U.S. and firearms stolen from either private residences or commercial venues in Canada;
- Legal collectors have sometimes been the victims of either random or deliberately targeted robberies for their firearms;
- other less significant sources that also supply the illicit firearms market in Canada. These include: firearms diverted from legitimate commercial firearms market, firearm parts acquired legally or illegally which are reassembled into functioning firearms, firearms that have been declared deactivated, but are easily reactivated and firearms that have been wrongly declared deactivated but remain fully functional.
Please provide copies of reports, documents and correspondence that would:
(1) Provide evidence of the accuracy of each of these statements and the magnitude of each of these problems; (2) Provide explanations as to why 70 years of registering handguns in Canada has “increasingly” failed to keep illicit handguns out of the hands of criminals ; (3) Provide explanations why the theft of firearms from the police and the military are not included as sources of illicit firearms; and (4) Provide information about the capability of criminals to illegally manufacture their own firearms.
JUNE 15, 2005 – RCMP “DID NOT LOCATE ANY RECORDS” FOR QUESTIONS
(2) Explanations as to why 70 years of registering handguns in Canada has “increasingly” failed to keep illicit handguns out of the hands of criminals. NO RECORDS!
(3) Explanations why the theft of firearms from the police and the military are not included as sources of illicit firearms. NO RECORDS!
(4) Information about the capability of criminals to illegally manufacture their own firearms. NO RECORDS!
FEBRUARY 22, 2007 – INFORMATION COMMISSIONER CONCLUDED
“During the course of our investigation, we also reviewed the RCMP’s internal procedures and held discussions with employees of that institution to determine that every reasonable measure had been taken to identify and locate information related to points 2, 3 and 4 of your request. Although no records were located, our investigation has satisfied me that the RCMP undertook a thorough search to identify the records relevant to your request.”
For more on above article, click here....RCMP bombed oil site in 'dirty tricks' campaign
Last Updated: Friday, November 10, 2000 | 11:53 PM ET
Are they at it again?
B.C. pipeline bombers getting smarter with tactics: expert - Nov 1/08
Salvador believes a group, rather than a single individual, is responsible for the bombings.
"That would be a lot of work for one person; he'd have to do all the intel himself, all the reconnaissance, the bomb-making, the bomb placement," said Salvador.
"It's always easier to accomplish multiple bombings in a team."
He said whoever is responsible clearly knows the region and isn't intimidated by the presence of added security in the area.
RCMP lower entrance requirements - Oct 2/2007
Win hearts of Mounties to revive force, expert says - Dec 16/2007
"All these structural changes won't help if we don't fix the fundamentals and they are all about people. And if they can't do this I don't think we can count on the RCMP as we know it today to be around in 10 years," she said. [full report]
Is there anything that forces the RCMP to change their habits?... death of their own members of course.
New policy could close RCMP detachments - Dec 6/07
OTTAWA -- Shaken by the recent deaths of two Mounties in the North, the RCMP is preparing a new policy that could see small rural detachments bulked up or even closed to ensure that officers don't respond to calls alone.
How about a little cheque with your whine... make that a BIG cheque from you the tax payers. Also known as the art of pilfering even more money for a thoroughly corrupted criminal enterprise...
Save the Mounties - Ottawa Citizen, By Colin Kenny, Citizen Special October 7, 2010
Giving money to a corrupted [from the top down] organization of any kind is a "no brainer" alright... It only encourages the corruption, if indeed it does anything. The way you deal with these problems is with prosecution of our laws, and an emphasis on their duty TOWARDS US as "peace officers" and servants of our Constitution. Since most RCMP brass have either never even read the Constitution, much less have any reverence for it as the Law of the Land, it will continue to be a collection agency for government statutes that are unlawful, and they will continue to be criminal in operation.
Want an example of their waste? Your tax dollars at work.... RCMP brass will be lounging on massive cruise ships, while you get treated like a potential terrorist.
RCMP cruise ship among likely Olympics security tools - April 7/08
VANCOUVER -- If you want a sense of how gargantuan the security challenges are going to be at the 2010 Olympics, just consider this: The RCMP is in need of an entire cruise ship -- maybe even two or more -- to house security personnel during the games.
Yes, for a brief few months in 2010, the West Coast will have Canada's largest detachment of Mounties -- floating in the Pacific off Vancouver's docks.
The Vancouver 2010 Integrated Security Unit, run by the RCMP, likely will announce its seafaring option this week, putting out tenders to cruise-ship companies willing to rent out a ship or two.
Were the RCMP responsible for the Kelowna Fire, as a means to deflect their involvement in the Mindy Tran murder? Shocking accusations that you need to read about, as a responsible watchdog for this country.
After filing official reports to the RCMP complaints commission and making various requests for the release of documents under freedom of information legislation, the Kelowna news did take notice and began asking some questions. I had already put up the first website at mindytran.human-rights.org and posted reward flyers all over Kelowna. That was June 23rd/2003, interest was building and people were talking and asking embarrassing questions. The Kelowna RCMP claimed that they were investigating the allegations brought against their members. All that momentum ended when a massive forest fire broke out. In a very short period of time, this fire now known as the Kelowna Fire, threatened to engulf the entire town and burn it to the ground. A state of emergency was declared. All resources including a multinational military force were brought in to combat the escalating fire storm. A fire that started 20 miles from Kelowna was eventually and coincidentally, brought under control right at the doorstep of Mindy Tran's memorial. This would be the last neighborhood evacuated. The entire community was called upon to rally support behind the RCMP and firefighters for their unselfish sacrifice to the community in this time of trouble. The RCMP tied their reputations to the apron strings of Kelowna's firefighters and the press never pursued them for their activities in the Mindy Tran case...
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