Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Judge David Ramsay from Prince George

This story saddens me deeply. David Ramsay, a former B.C. judge from Prince George plead guilty to five charges, including sexual assault causing bodily harm, and obtaining sexual services from someone under age 18.

All of the crimes took place while Ramsay, 61, was a judge in Prince George in the mid-1990s. Ramsay's victims were mostly aboriginal prostitutes who ranged in age from 12 to 16 at the time of the assaults.

Ramsay was sentenced to seven years and was incarcerated in New Brunswick. In 2007 protesters rallied objecting to the fact that his parole hearing was not public and was being done in secret. In January 2008 Ramsay died of cancer in jail.

This case shows how absurd and misplaced the fear and paranoia is thinking we are not allowed to ever question a court judge or any of their decisions. Judge Wallace Craig has explained that it is not only the public's right to question judges and their decisions, it is their duty.

I came across the story when it mentioned two police officers in Prince George being investigated with similar offenses. One Kamloops officer sued the RCMP over being investigated.

I certainly don't want to jump on the anti police crusade. That is pointless. If ours was not a democratic society we would never hear about these kind of allegations and we would not be allowed to talk about them. My point is, no one is above the law. Not even court judges.

What Judge Ramsay did was horrific. He destroyed young girls lives. Yet what Peter Leask is doing is just as bad. His horrible decisions about gangs is destroying our communities and our province. In a democratic society judges are accountable to the public.

Prince George faces so much drug related crime from the Hells Angels and their puppet clubs the Renegades, the Crew and the Independent Soldiers. This story makes me wonder how many Ken Houstons and Rob Sidhus there are in Prince George helping them.


  1. Do you have more biographical info on him? Where was he born, siblings. I'm not having much luck.

  2. Just that he was in Prince George between 1992 and 2001. I'll keep my eye open.

  3. THe judge got busted because a former trick of his walked out of court after being chastised by him and said some things in earshot of a social worker who brought the info to light. I was working in that courthouse during the incidences, he was a self serving judge who pretended to have morals and values.

  4. Wow how inaccurate that statement is....I happen to know for a fact that it is inaccurate because I happen to be the former "trick" you are talking about. There are many flaws in the comment you posted. The one that irritates me though is that you called me a "trick" a sexually exploited youth is not called a "trick" the man who is picking up young women is called a "trick". As for you being in the court house working that day well that may very well be true but you obviously have no idea what you are talking about.

  5. My apologies. I didn’t use the term. It’s pretty obvious he was exploiting young girls. We think the judge is bad not the people he took advantage of.

  6. i realize this is an old thread ,but ive always wondered who was picking up these girls who later go missing on the highway of tears , it would seem with so many in an area that these girls thought they could trust the person , hearing of police being investigated along with ramsay should be looked at more closely .

    1. There was 10 cops and one lawyer unamed in the Ramsay case. The girls weren't "prostitutes". The cop(s) keep telling the media that to use as a scapegoat. Noone knows whether those on that list kept their jobs. I know for a fact one of the cops is in on it because I went to him with info. He wanted me confirm the woman I knew was a prostitute. Info I gave him was drug related why she went missing and wasn't an addict or a prostitute. She's still missing to this day. The women he accused of being prostitutes are dead. The investigator/cop also matches descriptions from a Fifth Estate episode on three different eyewitnesses had seen a mountie stab and throw an aboriginal woman into a cruiser. 100% thetes a Golden State Killer or possible group amongst them.

  7. Anything's possible. The police did find one suspect in a US prison who's DNA matched one of the murders but was cleared in several others. Again that would imply more than one suspect.


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