OBJC:

OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE & CONSPIRACY: Obstruction of Justice and Conspiracy are very serious criminal offences. They occur when there’s any conduct, where the intention is to knowingly interfere with the fair administration of justice. This can be done by corruptly influencing, obstructing or by impeding proceedings It is also committed when you influence anyone by a lie, or a misleading statement, or when you with hold or destroy information.

There are very good reasons why very senior officers within the Calgary Police Service from the Chief down, the RCMP, the Calgary Police Commission and others, are perverting the course of justice and doing every illegal act they can to prevent their actions from coming to light, and being prosecuted themselves.

Make no mistake, they all have in their possession, irrefutable evidence of corrupt and criminal acts, having and being committed by past and present police officers, staff members and others. Yet instead of doing their sworn duty and following the law, they always go to their first instinct and go into full blown cover up mode. Thus begins their conspiring and obstructing justice, whilst committing many more corrupt and criminal acts punishable under the Criminal Code of Canada.

OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE: SECTION 139 (2) C.C.C. Every one who wilfully attempts in any manner other than a manner described in subsection(1) to obstruct, pervert or defeat the course of justice is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years.

CONSPIRACY: SECTION 465 (1) (b) (c) and (d) C.C.C. These sections of the Criminal Code, clearly spell out, that every one who conspires with any one to prosecute a person for an alleged offence, knowing that he did not commit that offence, is guilty of an indictable offence.

OTHER CRIMINAL CODE OF CANADA OFFENCES: Listed below are other Criminal Code offences that are also serious offences under the Criminal Code. This list is not a comprehensive list, and does not include all of the other violations that have been committed that also fall under Criminal Code of Canada. I.E. perjury and the subornation of perjury, or other offences under the Police Act, or other Acts and Regulations the named individuals are required to adhere to, by law.

Section 21: Parties to an offence.
Section 22: Person counselling offence.
Section 128: Misconduct by officers.
Section 239: Attempt to commit murder
Section 131: Misleading justice.
Section 137: Fabricating evidence.
Section 139: Obstructing justice.
Section 464: Counselling offence not committed.
Section 465: Conspiracy.

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