I can understand why we have privacy laws here in British Columbia, but for the criminal element to be protected by that same law, is obscene.
As a reader of many books from the library, I could, once upon a time, ask for a printout of the books I've read so that I could read them again for research purposes. As it is now, my slate is wiped clean, no such information is being provided. Seems trivial you might say, but when I open a book to find that it has been cut-up, defaced, tagged by a previous reader.... there is no recourse as to who the perp was because of the Privacy Laws of British Columbia.
Kim Bolan's article today in the Vancouver Sun (Gangsters find rides at Four Star Auto Lease) is well worth the read because once again the Privacy Laws of British Columbia, and Canada, are at work to ensure that a non-descript car lot off the Barnet Highway in Coquitlam, has no access to police or ICBC's records on who are gangsters.
The owner of the car lot, Erich Schmidt, said: "You are putting us in danger by not telling us." and "If the government would let us look a little bit deeper or if the police would warn us, there wouldn't be any problem."
Perhaps the problem is deeper than what it seems. With BC's new civil forfeiture program in place its best if the police, and ICBC, keep their mouths shut because there's "money in them thar hills" if proceeds of crime are auctioned off.
There is a stark difference between my local library privacy records being shredded and that of ICBC/police. The latter still exist. If the public is to be protected from gangsters, why is it that those who know who the bad guys are, are doing so much to keep us in the dark?
Cars leased by gansters or their relatives from Four Star Auto Lease Ltd.:
3 Brothers in Crime:
Clay Franklin Roueche In Jail in the USA for Life
Denis Karbonarec ?????
Somphavanh Chanthabousala ???????
Omid Bayani Missing
Jorge Humberto Barreiro ???????
Rahjinder Kaur Khela ??????
Mohinderpal Singh Bhela ??????
Rajni Seema Chand, car dealership owner in the next article below by Kim Bolan ?????
"Richmond dealership run by convicted traffickerDaewoo Auto Sales manager Diven Karan Nair was sentenced to nine years in the U.S.
Kim Bolan, Vancouver Sun
Published: Saturday, October 25, 2008
A Richmond car dealership that for years shared a close relationship with Coquitlam's Four Star Auto Leasing is run by a convicted international drug trafficker, The Vancouver Sun has learned.
Diven Karan (David) Nair is the general manager of the Daewoo Auto Sales dealership at 10740 Cambie Road. The business is owned by his wife Rajni Chand.
Nair was arrested in California in 1998 as part of an international heroin and cocaine trafficking scheme headed by Vancouver gangster Ranjit Singh Cheema, who pleaded guilty this year to conspiring to import."