15. (1) Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and, in particular, without discrimination based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability.
There are no regulations respecting investigators. CHRC investigators are simply commission employees with no policing powers, no authority to charge anyone with any offence and no authority to engage in covert operations. Section 43(3) makes it an offence to obstruct an investigator so the whole argument that revealing the identities of investigators can compromise their carrying out of their legal duties is preposterous.43. (1) The Commission may designate a person, in this Part referred to as an "investigator", to investigate a complaint.
(2) An investigator shall investigate a complaint in a manner authorized by regulations made pursuant to subsection (4).
(2.1) Subject to such limitations as the Governor in Council may prescribe in the interests of national defence or security, an investigator with a warrant issued under subsection (2.2) may, at any reasonable time, enter and search any premises in order to carry out such inquiries as are reasonably necessary for the investigation of a complaint.
(2.2) Where on ex parte application a judge of the Federal Court is satisfied by information on oath that there are reasonable grounds to believe that there is in any premises any evidence relevant to the investigation of a complaint, the judge may issue a warrant under the judge’s hand authorizing the investigator named therein to enter and search those premises for any such evidence subject to such conditions as may be specified in the warrant.
(2.3) In executing a warrant issued under subsection (2.2), the investigator named therein shall not use force unless the investigator is accompanied by a peace officer and the use of force has been specifically authorized in the warrant.
(2.4) An investigator may require any individual found in any premises entered pursuant to this section to produce for inspection or for the purpose of obtaining copies thereof or extracts therefrom any books or other documents containing any matter relevant to the investigation being conducted by the investigator.
(3) No person shall obstruct an investigator in the investigation of a complaint.
(4) The Governor in Council may make regulations
(a) prescribing procedures to be followed by investigators;
(b) authorizing the manner in which complaints are to be investigated pursuant to this Part; and
(c) prescribing limitations for the purpose of subsection (2.1).
R.S., 1985, c. H-6, s. 43; R.S., 1985, c. 31 (1st Supp.), s. 63.
Edward Kennedy wrote:
I am torn when I consider such individuals as steacy, between feeling sorry for them or for hating them. Consideration of them generally results in me feeling disgust, disrespect, and contempt towards anyone who would sell their soul to a "muscovite" mentality, betraying good people whose only crimes are to have an opinion au contraire to the present day "New Talibanic" freedomphobes, and tyrants that go by the name of Human Rights Commissions.
One wonders how such people can look in a mirror without puking, considering their work description.
free_life2 wrote:Hope they do close the proceedings to the public.........that should help convince the doubtful of the CHRC's motives better than words ever could.
Darski wrote:Take an atheist to lunch on April 1st
People who sneer at education and at young people in general because they have no ''real world experience'' are invariably people who never managed to rise much above entry level, know they never will, and are bitter about it. Successful people encourage the young, and appreciate new ideas and different perspectives.
Connie Fournier wrote:The <a href=http://blog.freedomsite.org/2008/03/barbara-kulaszka-hammers-chrc-request.html>Lemire Team</a> has responded. Check it out!
It now has been revealed that Dean Steacy was a member of Stormfront and posted there. It is already known that Richard Warman, who was the complainant in all of the cases against these persons, was also a member of Stormfront and posted messages which even the Commission itself has acknowledged violated section 13. It is now known that Sgt. Stephen Camp, a police officer, was also a member of Stormfront and posted racist messages.
opinions banned on babble...Crash wrote:I would really like to know what exactly is on this site that is so worthy of CHRC attention.
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