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Two Court Room Strategies Linked to Framing People - CNN iReport (article link)

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An article that discusses two court and criminal proceeding strategies to frame an accused that deal with disability and the abuse of the medical psychiatric system to escape legal wrong doing, searching a home and seizing private information without a warrant, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms violations, and keeping private information or circumventing the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms concerning seized computers and private information.

 

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The first court room strategy linked to framing people is assessment orders made before trial or "unlawful" assessment orders.

The accused is found non-criminally responsible of having committed a crime due to mental illness when they have not even committed a crime, which can also help the police escape serious legal errors and lawsuits linked to entering and searching a home without warrant, seizing computers and private information without warrant, and false allegations, malicious prosecutions, or defamation.

The threat of corruption and being framed, strategy, is used to help push the accused towards going along with a non-criminal responsibility of having committed a crime due to mental illness.

Example

For example, following an "unlawful" assessment order for non-criminal responsibility before trial, part of the strategy linked to the smear campaign and escaping police wrong doing or Canadian Charter Rights violations, searching a home without warrant, seizing computers and private information without warrant, it is not the prosecutors problem that the assessment order is "unlawful", the assessment order that the prosecutor has has not been recognized as "unlawful" in a court or by him self, the accused needs to Appeal this assessment order while released under condition of completing this assessment order, and Appeals can take weeks or months, it can take weeks to obtain transcripts needed for the Appeal, add the obstruction or corruption involved to prevent the Appeal, court intentional delays, attempts to incarcerate the accused if he does Appeal the assessment order, for example a judge's interpretation can be "if you are Appealing the assessment order it means you are not following the conditions for release", Appeals that cease to exist resulting in a failed Appeal and delays, etc.

Even when the assessment order has expired it needs to be recognized as expired by the prosecutor in a court, or the prosecutor will state that the accused is not following the conditions for release resulting in incarcerate to complete the assessment order, and it has to be made clear in a court that the prosecutor can not renew his assessment order until the end of trial according to the Supreme Court of Canada R v Swain.

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The second court room strategy linked to framing people is that after prosecutors have returned seized computers and claim no analysis will be done on the computer data, when the accused asks that any copies in what ever form that exist be returned or destroyed the prosecutor will claim the accused has no proof that any do exist and therefor can not ask for them to be destroyed, and later to the prosecutors complete surprise the police did have copies.

Example

Later would mean once the court and prosecutor has managed to get through the Charter Rights Violation for Wrongful Seizure period before trial, followed by "the prosecutors complete surprise the police did have copies.".

The fact that the prosecutor claims that the accused can not ask for an order to destroy any existing copies in what ever form they are to be returned or destroyed because the accused does not have proof the police made copies, means the police can have copies and going through the accused's private information, a serious Canadian Charter Rights violation.


http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-721533