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August 14, 2012 permalink
The enclosed press release has not been picked up by any of Canada's newspapers or TV stations, so it is not clear how credible it is. It announces an investigation into a Guelph family judge and several family lawyers.
GUELPH JUDGE UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE IN CHILD ABUSE CASE
Ontario Court of Justice Judge Jane E. Casper's, is presently the focus of the judicial misconduct investigation involving all family law cases involving child abuse evidence since 2001.
Guelph Police Services (GPS), Guelph Family and Children's Services (FACS) and Guelph lawyers Andrea Clarke, Olivia Rebeiro and W. Gerald Punnett have also been identified for review in internal investigations pertaining to one or more cases related to Caspers.
Judicial inquiry /public hearing for Guelph, Ontario.
WireService.ca Press Release - Ottawa: Date August 14, 2012 - An historic joint task force investigation of social service agencies, law enforcement and a Family Court Judge in Guelph Ontario, responsible for child abuse/protection, was officially announced today in Ottawa, alleging criminal code violations of obstruction of justice and breach of trust and confidentiality, perpetrated against child abuse clients of the Family and Children Services (Guelph, Ontario) from 2001 to 2012.
"When our Canadian social service agencies, law enforcement and even a family court Judge with malice, fail to fully investigate and protect our children against known child abuse predators and those that protect them, unprecedented investigative actions against those that dare violate the trust, must and will be taken," states Commander Steepe: The Royal Legionaires Corps.
Code named The Protect Us Project, the investigation was sparked by whistleblower evidence provided concerning Eric V. Willis, an employee of RockTenn Company Guelph, with criminal convictions for drug trafficking, illegal drug use, multiple domestic violence, child abuse, inappropriate sexual activity with minors present at Guelph's Recovery Program meetings and at Rickson Ridge Day Care, and an active child abuse/child protection file, with Family and Children's Services in Guelph concerning his son.
Canadian whistleblower legislation Bill C-25 enabled sworn evidence, uncovered extensive obstruction of justice violations by Guelph's collective system of social services, police and a Family Court Judge.
The Protect Us Project to date involves the investigation of 395 child abuse and child protection category cases in Guelph Wellington since 2001.
Ontario Court of Justice Judge Jane E. Casper's, is presently the focus of the judicial misconduct investigation of The Protect Us Project's (TPUP), now involving a TPUP Joint Task Force recommended judicial inquiry and public hearing by the Ontario Judicial Council, of all family law cases involving child abuse evidence, presided over by Judge Jane E. Casper's since 2001.
Supervisor of Domestic Violence Constable Don Conibear and Det/Sgt Hoyer of Guelph Police Services (GPS), Kelly Peters, Lorrie Curtis and Erin Harvey of The Family and Children's Services (FACS) and Guelph lawyers Andrea Clarke, Olivia Rebeiro and W. Gerald Punnett have been identified for Ontario Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD), Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRD) and Law Society of Upper Canada internal investigations in support of The Protect Us Project.
Invited participants to The Protect Us Project to date include: The Ontario Independent Police Review Board (OIPRD), Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRD), Law Society of Upper Canada, Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, The Office of the Children's Lawyer, Ontario Judicial Council, Canadian Children's Rights Council, Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies, Guelph Wellington Women In Crisis, The Canadian Society for the Investigation of Child Abuse and The Royal Legionaires Corps, the lead civil investigation organization of The Protect Us Project, collectively representing Canada's first civil society initiated child abuse/protection investigation unit.
"It is with great shame and equal resolve that our Corps members, on behalf of the mothers of our fallen warriors, who's sons and daughters sacrificed their lives in so many battles to protect children from abuse, that today on Canadian soil, our members battle similar deadly arrogant forces dressed in police uniforms, social worker attire and judge's robes. It's wrong, it's a crime and it must and will be exposed," states Commander Steepe.
The Royal Legionaires Corps is a Canadian founded civil society, non-profit entity, dedicated to engaging modern era veterans in providing pro-bono court process serving and child abuse intervention security duties for Legal Aid recipients in Canada.
To Report "The Protect Us Project Whistleblower Evidence"
Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies
75 Front Street, East, Suite 308
Toronto, ON, M5E 1V9, Canada
The Royal Legionaires Corps
Forest Green Square
12-16715, Yonge Street Suite #304
Newmarket ON, L3X 1X4
Source: Wire Service Canada
Addendum: Lack of corroboration means this story belongs under wishful thinking or even hoax.