Matrix 5 Lesbian Community – Vancouver Police Department – Treasury Board of Canada – Da Vinci Inquest – Concealed .TV Man-In-The-Middle Attack
From the Abel Danger White House Group to those whom it may concern
February 2, 2012
Canada’s lesbian Federal Bridge to the Da Vinci pig-farm script
We believe a Matrix 5 lesbian community in the Vancouver Police Department and the Treasury Board of Canada used a Federal Bridge Certification Authority to allow a Da Vinci Inquest writer to conceal a .tv man-in-the-middle propaganda attack on crime scene investigators called (?) to the Pickton pig farm in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.
See # 8, 9, 18, 27, 33, 47, 52, 53, 58, 59, 62, 63, 72, 74, 79,
Abel Danger Mischief Makers – Mistress of the Revels – ‘Man-In-The-Middle’ Attacks
“Officer traumatized by Robert Pickton wrote book and TV script, inquiry hears
By NEAL HALL, VANCOUVER SUN February 1, 2012
VANCOUVER – An officer who testified she was traumatized by investigating serial killer Robert Pickton admitted Wednesday she wrote a book on the case and a script for a local TV show.
Vancouver police Det. Const. Lori Shenher testified she was “utterly burned out and disillusioned” after working on the missing women case from 1998 to 2000 and having Pickton in her sights the whole time.
Cross-examined by Cameron Ward, the lawyer representing 25 families of murdered women, Shenher admitted she was “fried” after Pickton’s 2002 arrest, and wanted to get as far away from the case as possible.
While on maternity leave, she wrote a 300-page book about the Pickton case, which was never published [The Harper government must empanel a Grand Jury to subpoena Shenher and review the evidence she used to write this book]
“I was terrified that I was going to be made the scapegoat,” she recalled, fearing she might be blamed for not catching Pickton sooner.
“I didn’t feel that was fair or right,” she added. “I wanted to write my story and get it down in its entirety.”
She also wrote a script for the TV show Da Vinci’s Inquest and was the show’s technical adviser between 2001 and 2003.
Shenher testified she did everything she could to solve the case, including handing over to Coquitlam RCMP information from informants who suggested Pickton was responsible for the missing women.
The show often focused on the missing women investigation.
“I was not very involved in the missing women scripts,” Shenher said. “I reviewed them for accuracy on police procedure and dialogue.”
She admitted she was upset that police failed to catch Pickton sooner and felt the RCMP blamed the Vancouver police for not doing more.
But the Mounties also had Pickton under investigation for years, Shenher said.
Coquitlam RCMP had initially investigated Pickton for a 1997 knife attack on a Vancouver prostitute at Pickton’s farm in Port Coquitlam.
Shenher tracked down the woman and interviewed her; she found the woman very credible and never understood why the Crown dropped charges in 1998 against Pickton, who had been charged with attempted murder and unlawful confinement.
Shenher recalled the woman said the Crown felt she wasn’t credible because she was a drug addict.
Shenher said she told the woman: “I think you’re the only one who got away.”
“[Pickton] was allowed to get away with the attempted murder,” Ward suggested, “and was permitted to bring 49 women to his farm and kill them.”
“He wasn’t stopped,” Shenher agreed, acknowledging Pickton may have killed 22 of the women after May 13, 1999, when Vancouver police held a brainstorming session about women going missing from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
“Did you have a sense that he wasn’t stopped because there were other law enforcement considerations that were more important and he wasn’t stopped because of that?” Ward asked.
“I had no sense of that,” Shenher replied during her third day of testimony.
RCMP Cpl. Mike Connor, who investigated Pickton for years, is expected to testify Thursday. The inquiry, which is probing why police, who became aware of Pickton as a suspect in 1998, failed to catch him sooner.
Pickton was arrested on Feb. 5, 2002 and was eventually charged with 27 counts of first-degree murder, which were divided into two trials.
He was convicted at his first trial in 2007 of six murders.
After Pickton lost all appeals, the Crown decided not to proceed on a second trial.
© Copyright (c) The Vancouver Sun”
“Mrs. Harper’s run-in with some hoary marmots by Mitchel Raphael on Monday, August 15, 2011 8:59am – 5 Comments Laureen Harper has gone on an annual summer hike for a few years now. It started off as a solo venture, plus the mandatory RCMP detachment, but soon blossomed into a group event that includes women such as Minister of Public Works Rona Ambrose [Now Vice-Chair of the Treasury Board Cabinet committee and custodian of the Federal Bridge]. This year the group went to the Yukon, for a trek through Tombstone Territorial Park. Mrs. Harper noted, “It never got dark so we could hike until 11:00 at night.” Last year the group had to scare off bears. No bears this year, but Mrs. Harper says there was other company. “We did run into lots of hoary marmots [large ground squirrels]. The valley bottom was very boggy so we had to walk up on the mountain ridges, and the marmots would hike along with us for a while.””
“Ronalee “Rona” Ambrose, PC, MP (born March 15, 1969) is a Canadianpolitician and a Member of Parliament since 2004. She serves as the Minister of Public Works and Government Services for Canada, Vice-Chair of the Treasury Board Cabinet committee, Minister of State for Status of Women Canada and Minister of Western Economic Diversification. In the previous Parliament, she was Canada’s Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Minister of Western Economic Diversification and President of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada. She has been a Conservative member of the Canadian House of Commons from Edmonton–Spruce Grove since 2004. She is a former communication consultant and public policy consultant for the Alberta government. When the Conservative party was in opposition, she served as its Intergovermental Affairs critic.”
“How airline pilot, David Hunter, bought a beer for a Hamish Watson who knew something about virtual-news, WMD and drug-trafficking and snuff-film networks operated for global clients of the Montreal mafia. How Hunter dances with “Juke Box” a Foggy Dew beauty who had selected ‘F4’ as her third and last tune (the one Hunter didn’t get to hear); a tune chosen from a D.O.A. (Dead On Arrival) album, “Last Scream of the Missing Neighbours”. A hint why Hunter might wake up New Year’s Day wondering if a former Vancouver coroner, a Haitian voodoo priest and a million Tomoye anarchists used RADARSAT out of Richmond British Columbia or Gatineau Quebec, to track bodies into secure waste-disposal sites such a pig farm in Port Coquitlam not far from the pub or the Fresh Kills landfill on Staten Island. http://www.captainsherlock.com/Hunters%20Wingman/Chapter-1.html”
“A Bridge CA (or PKI Bridge) is a CA which is used to establish a relationship of trust between separate and distinct PKI systems. The trust relationship is created through a process of cross-certification between different CAs. Within the GC, the Canadian Federal PKI Bridge (CFPB) is the approved Bridge CA. It is operated by CSEC on behalf of TBS. http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/pol/doc-eng.aspx?section=text&id=20008 ”
Feeling lucky punks?