Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Robin Mathews: To Assistant Commissioner Butterworth-Carr regarding John Stuart Nuttall and Amanda Marie Korody

April 21, 2017.

Dear Mr. Morris MLA, Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General: I regret that you did not choose to answer my letter to you about the treatment of John Stuart Nuttall and Amanda Marie Korody, allegedly entrapped as part of the dangerous and almost certainly major criminal undertaking by a very large number of RCMP officers, and others, to effect a fraudulent Islamic Terror Incident at the Victoria, British Columbia legislature grounds on July 1, 2013.  (I refer you to the Reasons for Judgement of Justice Catherine Bruce, B.C. Supreme Court, July  29, 2016). I consider your failure to reply to me an act of cowardice.

This is an Open Letter which will be widely distributed in Canada. 

The earlier letter I wrote to B.C. Attorney General Suzanne Anton on the matter was treated in exactly the same way as my letter to you.  That suggests you all, in cabinet, have a pattern of behaviour to avoid your public obligation to British Columbians, to mislead them, and to cover-up (as effectively as you can) for the alleged criminal behaviour of the RCMP (with whom you, yourself, served during 32 years). Ms. Anton - like you - refused to answer, handed the task to an ANONYMOUS writer, and had a letter sent that was plainly misleading. I believe the letter you had sent to me, also by an ANONYMOUS writer, is also intended to mislead and contains falsehood tortuously presented so it might be argued to be truth.

Let us consider the matter as if we were normally honest, reasonable, average British Columbians. To begin, you MUST (because of your cabinet portfolio) want to know if serious allegations exist about improper activity of any RCMP person (or people). Secondly, your ANONYMOUS secretary admits that your role is to ensure that an adequate and effective level of policing and law enforcement is maintained throughout British Columbia. If a Supreme Court judge declares that a large number (more than 200) RCMP officers were involved in some way in serious criminal activity over a fairly long period of time (consorting together), PLAINLY an adequate and effective level of policing and law enforcement" is NOT being maintained throughout British Columbia - and you must (a) respond in your own name, (b) accept public responsibility in your own name (c) and inform British Columbians what steps you mean to take to correct the situation. You, apparently, refuse to do that. And - in cowardly fashion, to my mind - hand on the task of writing me to someone who - like yourself - doesn't have the courage or the decency to write to me giving his/her/its name … and writes mostly tortured, misleading verbiage.  I call that cowardice cowardice under your direction.

I think Canadians may fairly conclude that you wish to protect criminal wrong-doing as I believe Ms. Anton indicated by her devious circumvention of responsibility to reply (also having an ANONYMOUS letter sent) may be accused (by Canadians) of wishing to protect criminal wrong-doing.

In short, we may conclude that you have taken a wide, probably intentionally fraudulent route to avoid your responsibility to British Columbians … and to all Canadians, since the RCMP is a national police force.

In addition, the person you had operate in disguise as NO ONE, to answer my letter to you and others, played his/her/its role wonderfully as if a professional at dishonest communication!  The simplest and fairest thing for the non-person who wrote to do … was to say "I am sending on your letter to The Honourable Ralph Goodale because HE, TOO, (not he alone!!!!) is responsible for RCMP activity in Canada".  Your faceless voice in the letter to me played EXACTLY the same game as Ms. Anton's shadow liar did, directing me to contact someone else … who would doubtless direct me to contact someone else… who would doubtless direct me to contact someone else.  The letter written by a non-person (so that you could hide in cowardly fashion, I believe) is marked, as I read it, by the intention to mislead.  In the Province of British Columbia YOU are responsible for the RCMP.  RCMP Assistant Commissioner Brenda Butterworth-Carr is ALSO responsible for the behaviour of the RCMP as are the premier and the attorney general.Your obvious attempt (through a nameless nobody) to suggest otherwise is frankly and openly dishonest, I suggest. Will you dare to say to me (or to anyone) that the law enforcement institutions of British Columbia cannot act against an RCMP officer reasonably believed to be engaging in or having been engaged in crime ('terrorist' crime or other and there were, allegedly, many other kinds of crime in which those RCMP officers engaged)? Will you say that? (I'm sure you won't, unless you can find someone to do if for you anonymously.)

I regret that you so readily insult British Columbians and other Canadians, taking them to be semi-morons who can't see through the obvious sham you (and apparently the whole government to which you belong) are perpetrating in the matter of the  RCMP Fraudulently Created Islamic Terror Event in Victoria. One can only conclude that the cabinet to which you belong has an interest in supporting the RCMP actors alleged to have committed a wide variety of criminal acts, among which is the creation of an Islamic Terrorist Event. We remember that the disgraceful Gustafsen Lake standoff of the mid-nineties was characterized by the recorded statement of an RCMP officer that we [the RCMP] are specialists in smear and disinformation. First Nations representatives are still calling for a Public Inquiry into that debacle. We remember that the fraudulent take-down of premier Glen Clark at the turn of the century was marked by highly questionable RCMP investigation of Clark and related activity by RCMP sergeant Peter Montague - sought by Gordon Campbell as a Liberal candidate. We remember that the B.C. Rail Scandal and its Gilbert and Sullivan trial from 2007 to 2010 was pocked with questionable RCMP behaviour - not the least being the refusal of the RCMP to investigate the activities of the ruling Liberal government and Party and its servants in the matter. 

British Columbians (and other Canadians) may well ask what special value to the Liberal Party and its backers is provided by having a thirty-two year veteran of the RCMP in the position of cabinet doorman in B.C. to any scrutiny of RCMP activity in the province. 

Please note that, unlike you, I have written this letter. I have not (like you) had - what I consider - a dishonest hack do it. I have not (like you) had (what I consider) a dishonest hack write ANONYMOUSLY in order to give (what I consider to be) false and semi-false information. To the best of my ability I have written truth in this communication and I sign it myself: Robin Mathews.
Dear Robin Mathews:
Your correspondence of April 18th 2017, addressed to the Honourable Mike Morris, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General for British Columbia, and others, has been forwarded to the Policing and Security Branch, Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General for response.  In your email, you advise that you are concerned about the RCMP's investigation that led to terrorism-related charges being brought against John Nuttall and Amanda Korody in 2013. 
It is important to note that under the Police Act (BC), the Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General must ensure that an adequate and effective level of policing and law enforcement is maintained throughout British Columbia.  The Minister of Public Safety is responsible for setting the objectives, priorities, and goals of the Provincial Police Service.  Day-to-day deployment of police services falls to the RCMP (Provincial Police Service) or the jurisdiction's municipal police force.  Individual investigations and enforcement decisions, such as the ones described in your email, occur at arm's length from government and we cannot interfere with or direct police on such matters.
Terrorism investigations and prosecutions in Canada are a federal responsibility, and as such, RCMP federal resources are utilized.  Any decision to review a federal RCMP investigation is the responsibility of the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness:
The Honourable Ralph Goodale
Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
House of Commons
Ottawa ON  K1A 0A6
Your email indicates that you may have already filed a complaint with the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP.  If this is not the case, you have the option of doing so.  The Commission is an independent agency established by the Parliament of Canada to ensure that public complaints against members of the RCMP are examined impartially. More information on the public complaint process is available on the Commission's website at  www.cpc-cpp.gc.ca. You can contact the CRCC by telephone at 1-800-665-6878.
We trust you will find this information is helpful.
Thank you for writing.
Policing and Security Branch
Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General
PO Box 9285, Stn Prov Govt
Victoria BC V8W 9J7

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