Wednesday, 30 June 2010

G20 Toronto - Police chief Bill Blair lied about laws, orders, weapons, rubber bullets, illegal arrests, detention conditions, rape threats, ...

Bill Blair, the Toronto police chief, should be fired. He lied to the public and to his officers on a number of matters that are very serious.

Here are some links to posts and news all about it.
Globe & Mail: Police admit no five-metre rule existed on security fence law

Runesmith: Breach of Peace, Breach of Trust

Globe & Mail: 'Weapons' seized in G20 arrests not what they seem - police display items confiscated in unrelated incidents

Blair lies, citizen rights in the toilet

Chief Blair MUST be fired

Sex, Lies and videotape


Fillibluster said...

He should be given 24 hours to resign, and if not, be fired. This kind of stuff is clear dereliction of duty,

Anonymous said...

Fired, there should be enough here send this man to jail for what he did.

Section 122 of The Criminal Code of Canada reads:

Breach of trust by public officer

Every official who, in connection with the duties of his office, commits fraud or a breach of trust is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years,