LSO/OPS/RCMP/CSIS

 

I asked for the disclosure from Michael Edelson Ottawa Criminal Lawyer as soon as I landed in Canada. He gave me a reason about insurance blah blah blah… I always knew that he was lying to me, but how do I go about prying the disclosure out of Micheal Edelson hands. After going to The Law Society of Ontario on April 15, 2015 I had my property (disclosure) in hand on May 11, 2015. On May 7, 2015 I had a visit from representatives from Bermuda to threaten me, I have that conversation recorded… This recording is in the middle of this page. Their representatives lingered in my neighbourhood for hours after speaking to me, this was the RCMP. The LSUC/LSO whatever they are calling themselves now a days are useless. They allow for human rights violations to be happily carried out by their members. It’s odd how these groups of people think… as long as it’s not in our jurisdiction we do not care, but one of their members were involved in a multiple kidnapping, murder cover up and this “law society” does not protect the public through the experience that I had dealing with them!

 

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Peter Sagos Official Complaint to The Law Society of Upper Canada about Michael Edelson 1.7 MB

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Letter from the LSO blocking me from Michael Edelson, but at least with this letter, it outlines what happened in the background so I could retrieve my stolen property from the criminal. Lawyer. Michael Edelson 803 KB 2 Pages

LSUC protecting Michael Edelson

 

Here is the audio file of Peter Sagos collecting his stolen property from edelson.
8:42 minutes long. Minutes 0:00 to 0:23 audio, then nothing till 8:02 minutes. The rest of the time I was waiting.
Audio was recorded on May 11, 2015.

 

LSO/OPS/RCMP/CSIS

Audio of the OPS, on behalf of the RCMP, on behalf of the Bermudian Government came to my home to threaten me. How the hell can an outside actor influence a Canadian police force, to do anything to a Canadian citizen, on Canadian soil without doing their due diligence or a law being broken?? This is where my Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms were violated and the evidence that I needed to prove how the Canadian government is working against their own citizens! If my government can not protect or are not willing to protect my fellow Canadian Citizens… then I will!!! Just click play, length of audio 3:27 mins. Oh by the way I have had an active pending law suit against the RCMP since May of 2016. 

I have more on the OPS/RCMP…. OPS Audio released on April 4, 2017. Transcript below.

Release Dates are in red.

February 2015 –  Former CSIS officer warns new federal anti-terror bill will ‘lead to lawsuits, embarrassment’. Link to article. Nation Post.

October 2016 – Canadian Case Law  X (Re), 2016 FC 1105 (CanLII)

October 2016 – CSIS using Bill C-51 powers to collect intel on Canadians held in foreign prisons. Link to article. Global News.

December 8, 2016 – The House of Commons; Public Safety and National Security.

Here is a link to the video archived on CPAC’s website: Link to Video Place the time on the video to 103:53 minutes and continue.

March 13, 2017 – Michel Coulombe, Director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), and Bob Paulson, Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), both announced that they would be stepping down from their posts over the summer of 2017. Link to article. Vice Canada.

April 12, 2017 –  Cellphone surveillance technology being used by local police across Canada. Link to article. CBC.

April 12, 2017 – CSIS waiting on Liberal reforms before using threat-disruption powers. Link to article. The Toronto Star

April 17, 2017 – Ottawa has even more reason to fix security law: Editorial. Link to article. The Toronto Star.

April 17, 2017 – CSIS officials, counsel learning to share information with courts. Link to article. The Globe and Mail.

April 20, 2017 – Welcome to Canadian “justice” in Hell: CSIS officials and Federal Justice Dept lawyers being taught to tell the truth and share information with courts! Link to blog post.  Private.

April 28, 2017 – Spy Agency Abandons Controversial Surveillance Technique. Link to article. Even the NSA is starting to wake up. Fortune.

May 2, 2017 – NSA collected Americans’ phone records despite law change -report. Link to article.  Reuters.

May 2, 2017 – Commons committee calls for rollback of key C-51 anti-terror measures. Link to article. CBC.

May 3, 2017 – CSIS used the devices — which pretend to be cell towers — to collect information about phones, both with and without a warrant. Link to article. CBC.

May 4, 2017 – Time to rein in security overreach: Editorial. Link to article. The Toronto Star.

May 9, 2017 – RCMP created metadata-crunching tool to glean criminal intelligence. Link to article. Global News.

June 8, 2017 – CSIS kept ‘all’ metadata on third parties for a decade, top secret memo says. Link to article. The Toronto Star.
The friends and family plan for spying on Canadians… what a shit show!

September 14, 2017 – Canada’s privacy commissioner says the RCMP has used cellphone tracking technology in a way that was “not lawful” six times. Link to article. CBC.

Question for you all… what did the RCMP/CSIS/Harpers government agreed to during his term as Prime Minister with the other members of the 5 eyes?

September 21, 2017 – Police use of ‘StingRay’ cellphone tracker requires search warrant, appeals court rules. Link to article. Washington Post.

October 30, 2017 – Ontario vows new bail policy will be ‘faster and fairer’.  Link to article. The Toronto Star.

October 30, 2017 – Ontario issues new bail policy to ease strain on jails. Link to article. CBC.

November 6, 2017 – Trudeau names parliamentary committee to oversee security, intelligence agencies. Link to article. CBC.

November 8, 2017 – New spy oversight committee looks to prevent repeats of Arar, Khadr cases. Link to article. CBC. 

November 28, 2017 – CSIS request for telecom subscriber info of possible targets denied by court. Link to article. The Toronto Star.

June 20, 2018 – Statement from CSIS Director on SIRC Annual Report. Link to Statement. Canadian Government

 

Transcripts of Ottawa Police Service Audio on May 7, 2015

Transcripts of OPS officer Constatini threating Peter Sagos

 

Picture of OPS Officer Anthony Constantini. Officer in the Audio Recording.

Office Anthony Constantini from the Ottawa Police Service

 

Video of the Ottawa Police Service Illegally arresting Peter Sagos on December 1, 2016 at 10:24am.

This was a Violation of my Section 8 Charter right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure.

Articles of related circumstances equal to my arrest:

1. Windsor Star.
Judge Gage found Irving was illegally “coerced by the state from the safety and privacy of his library into the scrutiny of the officers on the front porch.”
Ontario lawyer blew over the limit, but he beat a drunk driving charge because police arrested him in his doorway.

2. Ottawa Citizen.
Condo common areas off limits to police snooping, top court rules.

 

 

Transcripts of the illegal arrest video.

Transcripts of Constatini illegal arrest on Peter Sagos

 

OIPRD – Office of the Independent Police Review Director

I made two complaints to this Ontario Government agency about Officer Anthony Constantini and this was their useless response. I can not make this up…. They refuse to answer me and they dodge me with some bullshit from their act, Section 60(4) was used and that was it.

OIPRD joke of a response for constantini complaint

 

Informants used by the RCMP

Phong Lee and Rob Theoret RCMP Informants

Phong Lee and Rob Theoret RCMP Informants

Robert Theoret RCMP Informant

Robert Theoret RCMP Informant

Tyson Martin RCMP Informant

Tyson Martin RCMP Informant

Evan van Roon RCMP Spy-Employee Gov Spook

Evan van Roon RCMP Spy-Employee Gov Spook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do not have a picture of this Ottawa police Informant. Yianni Papadolias. On October 22, 2017 between 12:43am to 1:00am, corner of Elgin and Lisgar St. Hey Ottawa police you can not program a convicted criminal with alternative facts and questions and have that criminal jump me on the street while you, the cops drive by in your squad cars… This is called entrapment. I programmed that moron too just like the others before him… Ottawa police, rcmp, csis the problem is you! Do some police work and get the archives with the two police video interviews from bermuda and make sure that they are not forged from shade subair. edelson is bermuda’s dog. Everyone has been outed but the courts in Canada are stalling….I have had a pending law suit on the rcmp since May of 2016. My situation could of been prevented with common sense oversight from judges that would be approving warrants, or if the cops just protected their citizens and forced bermuda to show the evidence, disclosure and court transcripts. For further insult the police never went to the judges to ask for any warrants, basic fundamentals of our laws were breeched and its because of Bill C-51 allowing for fake cases to be imported into Canada without calculating the risks, who was that country… Bermuda has major history in human rights abuses and cover ups.

Links to these articles.
 October 30, 2017 – Ontario vows new bail policy will be ‘faster and fairer’.  Link to article. The Toronto Star.

October 30, 2017 – Ontario issues new bail policy to ease strain on jails. Link to article. CBC.

November 6, 2017 – Trudeau names parliamentary committee to oversee security, intelligence agencies. Link to article. CBC.

November 8, 2017 – New spy oversight committee looks to prevent repeats of Arar, Khadr cases. Link to article. CBC. 

 

Released on January 14, 2018

My request for information as replied by the Ottawa Police Service through the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario (ATIP request). This is for the encounter with the Ottawa Police Informant, Yianni Papadolias plus other matters. I have placed an appeal because this is completely unacceptable. They talk about the fear of making premature disclosure of records that may interfere if the matter goes to trail. That is exactly why they should be making disclosure. It seems they are hiding behind some unresponsive aspect that precludes freedom of information. They then quote that the personal information is highly sensitive and impact an individual. Disclosure might damage the reputation of a person referred to in the record. Again, this seems to be the very reason why the matter should be disclosed.

January 8 2018 Access to information denied request