1st, on the face of this story, the children are not in any danger. The
"Amber Alert" was most probably issued as a result of the extreme feminists in
Timmins who used their influence over key police officers to get that "amber
2nd, Timmins is a corrupt town, riddled with corrupt officials from one end to
the other. Take the Children's Aid Society and the foster child business empire
of Timmins and surrounding areas, its big business, go to the right church, make
the right connections and your adoption gets approved and you get your choice of
that lovely looking child. The rest of the pack get the ugly ones and those
where the mother and father had IQ problems and or mental health problems that
run high risks of being a genetic problem.
3rd. The Timmins Police, have a long history of being one of the most corrupt in
Canada. They used to run a brothel and recruited high school students, you know,
the younger the better. That came undone when they tried to recruit the daughter
of an father who knew how to deal with the problem. The older more corrupt
officers remained while they sacrificed the younger officers.
Then there was that Bug Eyed steroid selling cop who ran a local gymnasium. Add
in the fact that not that many years ago, every single instant lottery sales
point in Timmins was owned and operated by a Timmins Police Officer.
The fact is, the Timmins Chamber of Commerce has a membership list that reads
like a staff list of the Timmins Police.
Then you have a local judiciary who "paid their dues" who all had the right
political connections and did the "right thing" and avoided embarrassing or
exposing the local corrupt SOB's in power in Timmins.
One news item mentioned that the father was taking medication for depression,
the good news is at least he knew he had a problem and took medication. Most
probably the depression was a reactive condition to the abuse he received.
Odds are the mother has an even more serious mental health problem and that the
courts refused to deal with it.
Zachary Johnson. Zac, if you read this, you should be aware that you are not the
first father to make a crazy decision to abduct their own child because they
feared for the child's safety and genuinely believed that they had no other
You will be arrested and charged with abduction. You will most probably be
provided with a less than capable lawyer tainted by the Timmins Corruption who
will tell you to take a guilty plea or offer you a "FLAT RATE" deal to represent
you thru to trial. A trial that will never happen because your lawyer will most
likely "plea you out" that is tell you that you can see your kids immediately if
you plead guilty. Dont believe a word. If you plead guilty, odds are you will
not see your kids again like you used to and that you will do several months in
Make sure you get good legal advice and stay the hell away from any lawyer in
Most of the time, an Amber Alert is not issued unnecessarily.
An Amber Alert coming from Timmins Ontario should be viewed through
the window of the fact that Timmins is one of the most corrupt places in Canada
riddled with a cess pool of extreme feminists that comprise of a mix of
and extremely angry women whose life long mission it is to destroy men and
to prevent children from having any contact with their Father.
The keen eyes of workers at a hotel in North Bay helped police find two
missing children who were the subject of an Amber Alert Thursday morning.
After seeing pictures of the children and their father in local media,
workers at a North Bay hotel called police to say the three had checked into the
hotel and then left.
Police said the employees were able to provide a description of the vehicle.
Shortly afterwards, North Bay Police located the car with the father and
children inside. The toddlers — aged one and three — were not hurt. The father
is now in custody.
The children had been missing since Wednesday night, after the 34-year-old
father — who does not have custody rights — took them from their grandparents’
Police issued an
Amber Alert for the children this morning, when a search for the children at
the homes of friends and relatives in Timmins came up empty.
They found the father’s broken-down car on a city street, but there was still
no sign of the three. The father had friends and relatives in Ottawa, Quebec and
Nova Scotia, so police thought he was headed east. This proved to be the case,
as he was found southeast of Timmins, about four hours away, in the city of