100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. — A B.C. Mountie has
been convicted of assault with a taser stemming from a police call to a pub
in 100 Mile House.
Constable Dan Cameron will be sentenced at a later date
for the December, 2006, incident.
Constable Cameron and two other officers were called to a pub on Highway
97, and arrested the man who was hit with the stun gun.
A provincial court judge ruled that while use of the taser was not
excessive, police did not have grounds to arrest the man in the first place,
so Cameron's use of the stun gun was not warranted.
Constable Cameron's sentencing hearing will be scheduled for next month.
An RCMP spokesperson says Constable Cameron remains on active duty at the
100 Mile House detachment until after sentencing and the outcome of a formal
internal disciplinary hearing.
Tazering, arresting someone on "a charge" is often a way of a police
officer being judge and literally executioner on what prosecutors call "probable
cause" which can at the worst case be an unfounded allegation without a shred of
evidence made by a mentally ill violent woman seeking to ride on the back of the
courts, especially the Family Court's pathological hatred towards men. Police
officers generally see themselves as part of that "war on men", all in the name
of domestic violence. Across Canada, especially in small towns or cities, men
are arrested, roughed up especially when they are publically critical of the
Family Court judiciary.
Last Friday, the NDP (read No Dads Party) leader Jack Clayton was the subject of
a protest by 3 fathers from F4J. No violence, just hanging out a protest sign
from the top of Jack Clayton's office.
Police used stun grenades and took the opportunity to rough up at least one of
The the cops got nasty. They threw them cold cells, and used all the other dirty
tricks to literally exact revenge for these 3 men uttering something politically
incorrect against one of the greatest insults to equal parenting in Canada, that
white ribbon gutless wonder who has persistently failed to express an iota of
support for a mandatory presumption of equal parenting after separation. Jack
probably finds more political support amongst the two mommies brigade and has
chosen which bed to lie in. If you are a father in Canada vote at the next
election but DONT VOTE for the No Dads Party. See the record of judicial bias at