Rental car seized in Ontario drug bust
January 4, 2015
BARRIE, Ont. – A central Ontario man is going to have a tough time explaining
this one to the car rental agency.
Police say the 36-year-old Barrie, Ont., man was involved in a minor
collision on Saturday.
Barrie police say that when officers arrived it’s alleged they found crack
cocaine and a pipe.
Commentary by the Ottawa Mens Centre
Perhaps this article could show some respect for a presumption of innocence.
Its blatantly obvious that the Police will probably have a tough time getting a
conviction in this case. Finding drugs in a car is not an automatic presumption
beyond reasonable doubt that the driver of the car was the owner or even knew of
the drugs or used the drugs.
These sorts of prosecutions are laid for no proper purpose and to inflate police
statistics and to "gain promotions".
Then of course there is the issue of reasonable and probable grounds for a
dubious search of the car but that charter challenge will probably be thrown out
by a judge who will turn a blind eye to police abuses.
In Ottawa, the Ottawa Police like Det. Peter Van Der Zander personally fabricate
evidence NOT to charge violent criminals.
With 75% of Ottawa Police Budget spent on their Fas.cist Program of Gender
Superiority, they are guaranteed to keep on promoting violence by women towards
men who know that a dedicated team of corrupt police officers will charge and
arrest male victims of domestic violence.
With around 75% of the Ottawa Police Budget Spent on promoting Violent Crime,
it's now wonder other areas of policing suffer where there are problems with
real crime by real criminals and not Criminals like the Child Abusing Evidence
Fabricating Det. Peter Van Der Zander.
Ottawa Mens Centre