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Jan 2, 2023 | 15:22 1 https://www.jccf.ca/statement-regard...t-john-carpay/

Don't cross JT... Sedition is a difficult charge to beat in Canada... protection of Canadian Charter Rights is a long past illusion...

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  • Jan 2, 2023 | 15:56 2
    Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
    https://www.jccf.ca/statement-regard...t-john-carpay/

    Don't cross JT... Sedition is a difficult charge to beat in Canada... protection of Canadian Charter Rights is a long past illusion...

    Cheers
    Report from the Justice Center…



    23 hours in prison…with out a cot, in solitary confinement.

    Astounding. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 2, 2023 | 16:39 3 Not sure why you should go to jail if you question science. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 2, 2023 | 18:30 4 Tom4Tom

    You conveniently left this fact out. If you going to play the wow is me for John, present all the facts.


    "Carpay made Canadian news and took a leave of absence from the JCCF after he hired a private investigator to follow the Manitoba chief justice who was presiding over a COVID-19 related court case in which Carpay was legal council in."

    Poor little Johnny no cot to sleep on.

    To bad he wasn't shipped to the Wpg Remand Center, he would have had a couple of room mates to share the cot with. He looks like the closet type. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 2, 2023 | 19:50 5 It's becoming apparent that politics is the art of intimidation. With enough intimidation anything is possible. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 2, 2023 | 20:37 6 Foragefarmer,

    Had you read the link I posted First: clearly everything that happened was fully disclosed….

    Cut and Paste is supposed to be covered by links… instead; which I did… Hmmmm intimidation….

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    Jan 2, 2023 | 21:34 7
    Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
    Foragefarmer,

    Had you read the link I posted First: clearly everything that happened was fully disclosed….

    Cut and Paste is supposed to be covered by links… instead; which I did… Hmmmm intimidation….

    Blessings and Salutations
    Tom4Tom

    Johnny hires a private detective to follow Manitoba judge Glenn Joyal hoping to find that Judge Joyal is breaking Covid rules like your Ex-Premier Kenney did in Alberta. The very rules Kenney imposed on you and the rest of Alberta citizens.

    So, Tom4Tom what do you think Johnny's motivations were when he hired a private detective other than an effort to intimidate Judge Joyal in order to affect the outcome of the case.

    "Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm INTIMIDATION.

    Your link means shit Tom4Tom, it's written by Johnny's buddies. Reply With Quote
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  • blackpowder's Avatar Jan 2, 2023 | 22:04 8 This whole site has turned to playing silly buggers. So let's play a different game.
    What would you have done then knowing what you know now were you in a position of power?? Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 2, 2023 | 23:07 9
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    This whole site has turned to playing silly buggers. So let's play a different game.
    What would you have done then knowing what you know now were you in a position of power??
    It is sad… even in Rural Affairs…

    The media does 10x more obstruction than the Justice Center (John) did… Freedom is an illusion, as are property rights… intimidation is acceptable to Canadians… being bribed by our grandchildren’s prosperity is acceptable apparently by the majority of Canadian voters…

    I must be getting soft and detatched from the new Canadian norms of wokeness…

    Blessings All the best in 2023. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 3, 2023 | 00:24 10
    Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
    It is sad… even in Rural Affairs…

    The media does 10x more obstruction than the Justice Center (John) did… Freedom is an illusion, as are property rights… intimidation is acceptable to Canadians… being bribed by our grandchildren’s prosperity is acceptable apparently by the majority of Canadian voters…

    I must be getting soft and detatched from the new Canadian norms of wokeness…

    Blessings All the best in 2023.
    I supported the JCCF in 2022...I think I'll double my donation.
    Last edited by Stormin; Jan 3, 2023 at 01:14.
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  • Jan 3, 2023 | 08:48 11 https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/british-columbia/article-manitoba-lawyer-arrest-private-investigator/

    Mr. Carpay has been charged with intimidation of a justice system participant, and with attempting to obstruct justice. The charges follow an investigation by the major crimes unit of the Winnipeg Police that found Mr. Carpay hired the private investigator while he was in the process of bringing a high-profile constitutional challenge to Manitoba’s COVID public-health orders in a case presided over by Chief Justice Joyal.

    Mr. Carpay declined to be interviewed by telephone, but in an e-mailed response to questions, he said he turned himself in to Calgary police on Dec. 30 when he learned there was a warrant for his arrest. He spent a night in jail before he was released. “This charge was shocking, confusing, and unexpected. The events at issue took place more than 17 months ago and law enforcement authorities have never contacted me regarding them,” he wrote.

    “The Justice Centre is deeply disappointed by the decision of Winnipeg Police to lay a criminal charge for events that took place more than 18 months ago and that are already being dealt with appropriately. It is doubly disappointing that it was decided that these actions should take place during the holiday season when Mr. Carpay is spending time with his family.”

    The Justice Centre noted that its board of directors condemned Mr. Carpay’s actions at the time. It said the board “took appropriate steps to strengthen governance and oversight of the organization while Mr. Carpay took a seven-week leave of absence.”

    Mr. Carpay also faces sanctions from the legal profession. The Law Society of Manitoba has authorized charges of professional misconduct, and a disciplinary hearing has been set for February. Those charges include undermining public respect for the administration of justice, and a breach of integrity.

    In October, 2021, the Manitoba churches represented by the Justice Centre lost their case. Chief Justice Joyal ruled that Manitoba’s temporary ban on in-person religious services and severe limits on other gatherings, including protests, were reasonable public-health responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, and therefore lawful. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 3, 2023 | 08:56 12 Carpay Diem.

    Oh shit John Carpay is going to be severely sanctioned and disbarred over your attempt to intimidate a sitting judge and the obstruction of justice.

    And if you think this behavior is acceptable even after the board of directors said it was not, you deserve to spend a few years in prison because as a lawyer you should have known that attempting to influence the outcome of judges decision is a criminal offense.

    Protest within the law all you want, but you don't get to threaten or intimidate doctors, health officials, politicians or judges just because you disagree with their decisions. Reply With Quote
    ajl
    Jan 3, 2023 | 09:19 13 We the people have a right to know if gubmint cronies are following their own rules. We know that they are not and Mr. Carpay simply took it on himself to prove this fact. This was simple retribution for the fact that the JCCF caused the gubmint embarrassment during the convoy inquiry. This is routine in third world shitholes so this should destroy any illusion of canuckistan being a functional liberal democracy any more. Off course all the gubmint workers on here are swift to defend the indefensible. Mr. Kenney lost his job after he could not abide his government's own rules and good on him that he had the decency to resign. Now we are looking for the rest of the covid hustlers to do the same. I also supported the JCCF in 2022. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 3, 2023 | 09:30 14 AJ you go live in Russia or Afghanistan if you think Canada is so bad! LOL Reply With Quote
    biglentil's Avatar Jan 3, 2023 | 09:36 15 Reply With Quote

  • blackpowder's Avatar Jan 3, 2023 | 10:13 16 Please fact check. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 3, 2023 | 12:33 17
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Carpay Diem.

    Oh shit John Carpay is going to be severely sanctioned and disbarred over your attempt to intimidate a sitting judge and the obstruction of justice.

    And if you think this behavior is acceptable even after the board of directors said it was not, you deserve to spend a few years in prison because as a lawyer you should have known that attempting to influence the outcome of judges decision is a criminal offense.

    Protest within the law all you want, but you don't get to threaten or intimidate doctors, health officials, politicians or judges just because you disagree with their decisions.
    Attorney Generals? Reply With Quote
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  • makar's Avatar Jan 3, 2023 | 12:36 18
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Please fact check.
    https://caknowledge.com/justin-trudeau-net-worth/ According to this 85 million in us dollars. Reply With Quote
    blackpowder's Avatar Jan 3, 2023 | 14:12 19 Exactly. 85 not 385. That we know of..... Politics seem profitable. Reply With Quote
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  • biglentil's Avatar Jan 3, 2023 | 15:14 20
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Exactly. 85 not 385. That we know of..... Politics seem profitable.
    Supposedly 385m was reported in a recent Forbes article that has been scrubbed from the net.
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  • Jan 3, 2023 | 16:36 21 Reminds me of Paul Martin and Canada Steamship. He put it in a blind trust so he apparently had no control over it. Whether he acted impartially or not is up for debate but at least we the people knew what he had and he didn’t cover it up like our present Turd is trying to do. The Trudeau family made their fortunes in oil and gas stations. What is it with families such as them and the Rockefellers who the previous generations made untold sums to only have the descendants pivot against it? Just a question. Guess when you become independently wealthy and can maintain and build your wealth without actually creating tangible goods or providing services you lose track. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 3, 2023 | 17:23 22
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Exactly. 85 not 385. That we know of..... Politics seem profitable.
    Supposedly worth $10 million in 2015.

    The "that we know of" part is the key.

    He's much smarter than the impression he leaves.

    Kind of like the Clintons.
    Last edited by shtferbrains; Jan 3, 2023 at 19:05.
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  • Jan 3, 2023 | 18:12 24 I can’t like that enough! Reply With Quote

  • Jan 3, 2023 | 18:55 25 But he has $85 million😇 Reply With Quote
    Jan 3, 2023 | 19:52 26
    Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
    Supposedly worth $10 million in 2015.

    The "that we know of" part is the key.

    He's much smarter than the impression he leaves.

    Kind of like the Clintons.
    He is not smart , never was
    The Laurentian elite run the show behind the scenes don’t kid yourself Reply With Quote

  • Jan 3, 2023 | 19:59 27 What I find bizarre is the the true socialists that hate “people with wealth” absolutely and completely turn a blind eye to the wealth of their praised leaders amass during their very short political careers but hate on their neighbours with 100 year farm business, it’s pathetic to say the least .
    Look at the Clintons , Trudeaus , Obamas …… the list is getting longer every waking moment but they say nothing .
    Look at the BLM wealth ….. multi millions … zero accountability, gone , absolutely nothing said
    Speaks volumes of what they really are
    The hypocrisy is mind blowing actually
    Last edited by furrowtickler; Jan 3, 2023 at 20:01.
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  • blackpowder's Avatar Jan 3, 2023 | 20:17 28 Hypocrisy or seeing what you want to see? Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 4, 2023 | 04:29 29
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    This whole site has turned to playing silly buggers. So let's play a different game.
    What would you have done then knowing what you know now were you in a position of power??
    I'd get the air problem fixed on my lower plate so that I don't end up in prision. Reply With Quote
    Jan 4, 2023 | 08:11 30 So the " tough on crime" conservatives and antivaxers on Agrisilly hurriedly tried to change the subject when one of their own lawyers was charged with breaking the law! LOL Laws and rules are for the other guys!

    Let me repeat: "Mr. Carpay has been charged with intimidation of a justice system participant, and with attempting to obstruct justice. The charges follow an investigation by the major crimes unit of the Winnipeg Police that found Mr. Carpay hired the private investigator while he was in the process of bringing a high-profile constitutional challenge to Manitoba’s COVID public-health orders in a case presided over by Chief Justice Joyal." Reply With Quote