Tuesday, July 31, 2012


                                                                          Support the fight for human rights abuse in Canada Contact Page at 416 604 6924 Human Rights, Anti Racism, Government Corruption, Police brutality and Injustices in the Canadian courts.
 Come out and support the fight for human rights and against injustices in the Canadian courts.There will be a hearing at the Old City Hall Court house on Friday August 3, 2012 at 9.a.m. The Hearing is about the Toronto police, 14 division and some officers there who are charged, by human rights activist Valerie Guillaume, who is the one that is also trying to get those police officers prosecuted for corruption and conspiracy involving her case. It is important for the public to send the clear message that they will not tolerate corruption by the police and also the court. Valerie Guillaume has had a very difficult time getting these charges laid and she wants to make sure that the police also do not get away with their crimes that they have committed against the public. No justices of the peace at Old City Hall wanted to lay those charges against the police. After several attempts, she was able to lay the private information against them. The pre-enquate hearing is set for Friday August 3rd at 9 a.m. and the public, human rights activists and human rights groups are asked to come out and show their support… You can also contact PAGE for more details about this case and for any other future court dates, regarding that matter. We will meet in front of the old city hall courthouse, at 8: 45 a.m. or you can go directly to the court room where the hearing is taking place.
Please come out and show your support against injustices in the Canadian court.
Contact PAGE for other future events that are coming up. For interviews about this event, contact Valerie Guillaume, or PAGE and leave your contact information.
Thank you for your support. We can make a difference.

1 comment:

Valerie Guillaume said...

Paeshi 142Human rights are universal rights.
Join the fight against human rights abuse in Canada.

Valerie Guilluame