OTTAWA – Ottawa police have laid more than 250 charges against 27 people
after a months-long crackdown on gun and drug offences linked to alleged
The arrests were made during two campaigns, called Project
Karma and Project Calamity, that began in June.
Project Karma, which ran until the end of November and targeted street
gangs and “brazen” firearms violence, resulted in 14 arrests, 137 charges
laid and four firearms as well as and drugs and $5,000 seized.
Project Calamity, which ran until August, targeted people in the drug
trade who were suspected of having access to or using firearms to commit
Police say 13 people were arrested, 117 counts of charges laid and three
guns seized as a result of that campaign.
They also say they seized more than 400 rounds of ammunition, drugs and
$45,000 in Canadian and U.S. cash.
The Ottawa Police while in the front page news with good news about the Guns
and Gangs unit work spent 75% of the budget on the preoccupying Partner Assault
Group that spends most of its time Arresting and charging Male Victims of
Domestic Violence to make the statistics indicate that 90% of victims are women.
Those flawed statistics are obtained by Criminals, like Detective Peter Van Der
Zander who Fabricates Evidence NOT to charge the most violent of female
The Ottawa Police will "usually" lay charges in a flash against a male but when
its a female who is violent their minds turn to what defence can be used, she
must have been provoked, he must be an abuser, he must have deserved it, and he
must be a danger to the kids so the CAS need us to lay charges against a male to
keep the Police and CAS in business.
If you are a violent woman and need evidence fabricated to have charges NOT
laid, give Det. Peter Van Der Zander a call. He is also an expert at terrorizing
male victims of domestic violence.
Ottawa Mens Centre