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Junkies Protect Kids

November 2, 2006 permalink

Until now Dufferin VOCA has been unable to publish the many credible reports of CAS workers using drugs. Canada Court watch found a case in Hamilton, which we give without their suggestions for reform.

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Whistleblower claims CAS workers used illegal DRUGS during Hamilton "Grape Expectations" CAS fundraiser!

(October 31, 2006) - Hamilton Court Watch Bureau (Exclusive) - An inside whistleblower who attended the "Grape Expectations" CAS fundraiser in Hamilton, Ontario on October 30, 2006, has reported to Court Watch that CAS workers brought illegal drugs into the public fundraising event. A group of female CAS workers were seen outside "smoking up" and having a little drug party of their own during break times. The whistleblower said that it was disgusting to see CAS workers bring further shame and disgrace to the Hamilton CAS by acting in such an irresponsible manner, especially at a high profile public event intended to raise funds for the agency. The use of illegal drugs has become almost a culture with a number of CAS workers believing they are above the law. Sarah Villella, who was a worker with the Hamilton CAS was recently caught for possession of drugs and gun running. It appears that Sarah is not the only CAS worker at the Hamilton CAS who is using drugs.

Source: Canada Court Watch

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