In a previous blog There Are Rumors of A Rebel Base, I introduced readers to a couple of issues I have with Kevin Annett and his ‘relationship’ with the RCMP and the Police. In his press-release: Public Declaration to Police Officers, Civil Servants and other Agents of the Crown of England – Issued by the Judicial Oversight Panel of the Common Law Court of Justice investigating Crimes of Church and State (Brussels – London July 28, 2012), Kevin issues the following ultimatum:
In the event that the Crown is convicted in this duly constituted Court for such crimes as Genocide, Child Trafficking and waging a War of Aggression against indigenous nations, your continued allegiance and service of this convicted party will constitute criminal collusion and obstruction of justice.
Prior to committing such an indictable offense, you wil be asked by this Court to refrain from implicating yourselves with such criminal parties by assuming a position of neutrality in relation to the Crown of England as a possible party to a crime.
As servants of the Public Peace and Welfare rather than of a potentially convicted authority, you will be asked by this Court to place yourselves at the service of a fair and impartial investigation of documented crimes involving the Crown of England.
The above ‘declaration’ is essentially a statement of “if you ain’t with us, you’re against us” and is vague and lightly veiled threat against law enforcement officers. But it doesn’t stop there. Annett’s cop hating rhetoric often contains statements regarding the RCMP’s participation in the disappearance of women (often street workers) and he has published information regarding their involvement in the Pickton Farm murders and in the ‘kidnapping’ of Native children to be taken to residential schools.
In regards to the Pickton case, he claims to have eyewitness testimonies about RCMPolice involvement which he details in a letter to a Corporal Sabrina Mill of Vancouver Major Crimes “E”- Division. In her reply letter to Annett, she requests the information he has on the matter to which he states via a public broadcast that he want’s a public on camera chit-chat session. I suspect such a meeting would have compromised an ongoing investigation and would have been yet another opportunity for Annett to further defame the RCMP. At the time of this posting, I am unsure what Cpl Mill’s reply was and what further communication she had with Annett. To date all we have is his story about her that she refused to meet with him on his terms.
This communication later becomes the platform for Annett’s claim that he was set up by the RCMP and unjustly dismissed from Vancouver Co-Op radio for having sex with a prostitute at the station (which happened to be caught on security camera’s… Annett claims an RCMP officer was ‘made-up’ to look like him). This is the same Co-Op radio station whose address is the same as Jeremiah Jourdain’s (a supporter of Annett’s and so-called Tribunal Elder – who resides there and produces press releases to this day). His list of accusations against them include ‘bad-jacketing’, obstruction of justice, commission of genocide against aboriginals, amongst others.
The worst part of it is that Annett published a detailed transcript of the RCMP alleged involvement in the Pickton murders which proliferated on social media sites and blog forums across the world-wide-web. The problem with this kind of release is not the information contained therein, but the fact that such a release actually put officers and the public in harms way.
First of all, public sentiment of law enforcement officers is reaching an all time low. YouTube for instance is loaded with video’s claiming police abuses on the public (some are legitimate… others are a real stretch…). These video’s portray the notion that EVERY SINGLE OFFICER is corrupt, scared and lethal. What does this perception do to the officers who maintain the oath they took when they got their badge? It’s a morale problem at the very least and a threat to their personal safety at the very worst.
Kevin’s irresponsibility in painting all officers with the same brush threatens the safety of good men and women who wear the uniform to serve the public. His inflammatory language and accusations place officers in real danger, and he promotes distrust by supporting elements of the Freeman movement and militant factions of Aboriginal tribes.
Our police forces are not evil, they are mismanaged to the point that individuals are allowed to do evil things. But we do not focus on the individual and their bad acts, instead we focus on all officers in general.
If Kevin had chosen to work with the RCMP on Cpl Mill’s terms, would the Pickton case have revealed RCMP officers and allegedly Paul Martin’s (according to Annett) involvement in the disappearance of B.C. women? We will never know, because Kevin chose his ego over co-operation and possibly forced underground vital information that could have proven his witness’s testimonies. Now all we have is Kevin’s word and no signal that the truth is coming to light any time soon.
On a positive note, I am encouraged by an open letter by an RCMP officer to fellow officers regarding the changes that need to happen from within.
No member reading this can deny that our current state of affairs many examples of which are now being daily exposed in the media, are not simply fabrications or stories that paint us in a bad light, as god only knows they could fill their entire broadcast with our failings. This is not simply due to the actions of those few whom have brought shame to our “once” good name, through absolute corruption at the most disturbing levels, but also through our managerial conduct of literally covering up their crimes and demoting them upwards. Throughout the past two decades we have forgotten our identity, and oath we took as Canadians to protect and serve our fellow Canadians with honor and humility. Something that once made the RCMP a shining example to the world. Instead we have been taught the methodology of management, one in which all of us know to well. As members we have one set of beliefs that do ourselves a great injustice, our mindsets have become detached from the reality that earning the right to wear the Serge comes with a price, as its one thing to pass out of Depot, however its another to earn the right to continue to wear it and call ourselves Police Officers.
Read the full Open Letter at The Pundi Network
This letter proves that there are still a few good men and women of conscience and they deserve our support and admiration and need to be shown as an example of desirable qualities and acceptable conduct by their superiors. We need to realize that the opinions of hate filled, anti-establishmentarian’s are reflected in the social media for no other reason than to downplay our own bad behavior and to promote civil unrest. By viewing the police in this way, we miss out on keeping an important ally that is there to serve and protect us. But if we view them as a threat, then we confine them to behaving that way.
I present the following video that proves that the police are human beings and can be talked to as well as being held accountable for their actions in the same way that each of us (including Kevin) should be.