Ontario’s Attorney General’s Office Angry about public scrutiny in home seizure case

Crown Counsel James McKeachie is very annoyed with the Montague family for making public the letter he wrote to them where he spelled out his intention to take their family home using Ontario’s Civil Remedies Act. They posted his letter

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And what happens to all the money and property seized? Well, of the $13.4 million seized in Ontario since 2003, only $1.2 million has been turned over as compensation to “victims of unlawful activity”, whatever that phrase means. Almost half

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Ontario’s Attorney General’s Office Angry about public scrutiny in home seizure case, Part 3 of 4

Donna Montague was not impressed. “At every stage of this process, whenever we’ve ‘negotiated’ with them, we’ve been railroaded,” she said. “The search warrants were illegal.  They said that for our Constitutional challenge to go forward we had to drop

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Ontario’s Attorney General’s Office Angry about public scrutiny in home seizure case, Part 2 of 4

McKeachie, and through him the Attorney General’s office as a whole, was being forced to answer for his actions to the public.  He doesn’t like that at all.  Why should the Ontario Attorney General’s office or McKeachie personally be upset

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Ontario’s Attorney General’s Office Angry about public scrutiny in home seizure case, Part 1 of 4

Crown Counsel James McKeachie is very annoyed with the Montague family for making public the letter he wrote to them where he spelled out his intention to take their family home using Ontario’s Civil Remedies Act. They posted his letter

…Read More… Ontario’s Attorney General’s Office Angry about public scrutiny in home seizure case, Part 1 of 4