When an RCMP constable convicted of serious criminal offenses walks into court for his sentencing hearing he probably hums a pleasant tune, if only to himself. Why? His sentencing hearing is arguably the very best day in an otherwise demoralizing
Ottawa Police Constable Todd Sheppard decided he wanted an expensive hiking bag but didn’t want to pay for it. It’s a classic case of a cop feeling entitled to someone else’s property. The thing that bothers me most about this
I’m forever baffled by morons wearing robes who believe violating our Right to Privacy is perfectly okay. The latest morons in black robes to defecate on our rights is the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia. These
The mandatory minimum sentence for attempted murder should NOT apply to a convicted criminal police officer? Under what twisted and perverse rationale could that argument possibly fly? Why the twisted and perverse rationale of defence lawyer Lawrence Gridin, of course.
One of the things I love to write about most is the double-standard of treatment for we “mere citizens” and our brothers and sisters in law enforcement. The reason is simple. The mere presence of a stripe down your leg,
Imagine that you, mere citizen, managed to get your hands on 6 handguns and as part of your job you are to destroy them. You don’t fulfill your job requirements for reasons the world will never know and take the
Phil Hewkin is an artist and a gun owner. He believes, as I do, that owning private property should not land you in prison, nor should it cost you your life savings or your family home. All three of those
My name is Donna Montague. I am married to former Ontario gunsmith Bruce Montague. I have had Enough! I am thoroughly disgusted! It is bad enough that the news media reports inflammatory positions about Bruce without verifying their data …..
By now you must all be aware of the ruling we received from the appeal court of Ontario a couple of days ago. I am not really surprised that we lost but I am surprised that they decided to increase
That may seem an odd title but it will make sense shortly. The Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in R. v. Montague, 2014 ONCA 439, in which the government’s desire to seize Bruce Montague’s complete firearms and ammunition
I’ve written on civil asset forfeiture a lot lately and in response to my latest article, BC Civil Asset Forfeiture Office Proud to Steal From Mere Citizens, I received a email from Zoey DeGarmo asking if I would post an
My wife, bless her heart, cuts out articles from the newspaper for me. I’m sure she thinks she’s doing me a favour, but most of the time the articles she cuts out just make my blood boil, such as the