CPS-TRANSCRIPTS

In the April of 2013, I was convicted on three (3) bogus criminal charges and later sentenced to 30 months in prison. The three bogus criminal charges consisted of one count each of obstructing two senior Calgary police service Detectives in a cold case Homicide. I received 6 months for each obstruction even though they were the same obstruction and the two Detectives were partners. The third bogus charge was an allegation of criminal harassment of one of those two senior Detectives.

I can hear you asking, how can you prove that the charges were bogus.

1. The bogus criminal charges they convicted me on in the April of 2013, were the same bogus criminal charges that were thrown out by a judge in Provincial court on the 18th Day of November 2010. The charges were thrown out of court because the Calgary Police Service, the RCMP and the Crown couldn’t produce any evidence to the Judge to sustain the charges they’d laid. They also didn’t want to produce into evidence, transcripts of the interviews of two Calgary senior police Detectives by the RCMP.

2. The Justice at the Court of Queens’s Bench Calgary, on the same bogus criminal charges, but with different dates, wouldn’t let me bring into evidence, irrefutable proof that the charges she later convicted me of, were irrefutably bogus. And she wouldn’t let me produce the irrefutable evidence that the justice system was being manipulated.

That irrefutable evidence, not allowed at trial, includes but is not limited to, the police generated transcripts of the interviews of the two Calgary senior police Detectives by the RCMP, that they would not produce to the Provincial court Judge in 2010.

# A thirty six (36) page transcript of RCMP Sgt Bartleys and Cpl Mitchells interview of one senior Calgary police Detective Spencer Frizzell. The interview was held at Calgary police Headquarters on the 20th day of April 2010.

# A ninety six (96) page transcript of RCMP Sgt Bartley and Cpl Mitchells interview of one senior Calgary police Detective, who was the partner of Detective Frizzell. The interview was held at Calgary police Headquarters on the 20th day of April 2010.

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