My officers go where crime occurs. They go to where the community calls us. They go where our intelligence says there is a greater risk of victimization.
Canada is a country of heinous crimes of grief and mourning, a land of human misery without any hope. An ocean of human tragedy, that their fierce waves drag millions of shattered lives.
- Nadir Siguencia
Canada is a police state; a country of human tragedy and oppression which have so far claimed the destruction of hundreds of thousands of families and the lives of so many underprivileged people. The silences of the Canadian media over the police abuses, brutality, and unjustified killings that occur on daily basis are helping for the perpetuation of the police to commit crimes. Chief Blair has to accept the racist police attitudes against the poor communities, the verbal abuse and ill treatment on detainees by their subordinates and the inexcusable public executions (Sammy Yatim). A high percentage of Torontonians are witnessing the harsh treatment of homeless people, persons of color, and police captives they are subjected to repeated punches, kicks, kneeling, beatings, tasering and assassinations in the streets, parks, shelters…. of this city. The failure of the judiciary system to punish the police for human rights violations create a climate where the Toronto police force can continue to commit all kinds of brutality and assassinate poor people without fear to be reprimand and jailed for their heinous crimes.
From the Toronto Star; Chief Blair: Racial profiling not tolerated in Toronto police force
The Toronto Police Service is committed to serving the diverse people of Toronto the way we expect to be treated, with dignity and respect, says Chief Bill Blair. Again the same preaching! We will continue our unrelenting efforts to ensure we deliver bias-free policing services in a fair and impartial way, as well as our commitment to our core values of respect for the people we serve.
Darren Calabrese / THE CANADIAN PRESS "We are not racist but we are all human," writes Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair.
By: William Blair Published on Mon Jul 28 2014
William Blair is Chief of Police, Toronto Police Service.