Criminal Offences

1. When anyone provides evidence to Correctional Services Canada or the Parole Board of Canada, of corrupt and criminal acts having and being committed, either by one of their own prison guards, prison staff, or by anyone within their sphere of organizations, they nearly always follow the same Criminal Pattern of Procedure, when they begin to cover up those acts.

2. Commissioner Don Head, Joan Dunajski and others of Correctional Services Canada, as well as the offices of Minister Ralph Goodale, have irrefutable proof of corrupt and criminal acts, having and being committed by prison guards, prison staff and others. Yet instead of acting and following the law, their first instinct is to go into full blown cover up mode.

3. The sections of the Criminal Code of Canada that they commit offences under, when they follow their Criminal Pattern of Procedure are almost exactly the same.


The Criminal Code offences detailed below are serious offences. This list does not include the violations that have been committed that fall under the Corrections and Conditional Release Act, the Corrections and Conditional Release Regulations, the Police Act, or other Acts and other 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.

Section 465 (1) (b) (c) and (d) clearly spells 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.

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