Saturday, December 2, 2023
Cameron Ortis and the thought police
CBC is reporting that "Cameron Ortis, convicted by a jury Wednesday of violating Canada's secrets act, was arrested when he was on the cusp of passing state secrets to a foreign entity, a Crown prosecutor alleged during the former RCMP official's bail hearing in 2019. According to an unsealed 2020 court document, which can now be reported on, RCMP investigators feared Ortis was planning to share information with Chinese officials." Bullsh*t!
"On several to-do lists police found in his condo, Ortis noted mundane activities like donating blood, cleaning his apartment, working out and filing dental insurance claims — in addition to tasks related to what he called the project." Prosecutors said this was the name given to his plan to leak state secrets. Hokey, shaky and bizarre. He was going to do something. We're sure of it. How can you be sure when he didn't do it? This is kind of like the movie Minority Report. There are definitely flaws in the system. This is a new article the intelligence Community is putting out.
"On his computer equipment, RCMP agents discovered 488 highly classified documents." Big surprise. He was in charge of the most classified department of the RCMP. You don't sign up for that gig to sell secrets. "During his bail hearings in October 2019, federal prosecutor Judy Kliewer alleged Ortis was in the final stages of a plan to pass state secrets to a foreign entity."
Ortis was arrested by his RCMP colleagues on September 12, 2019 before he acted on that plan, said the Crown. He was arrested before he carried out the plan but look at the dates. All these fake news outlets refuse to look at the facts and do the math. They just reprint whatever fake news the intelligence community sends them. He was arrested in 2019 before he acted on this fake plot. Yet his emails to Ramos and the others on the CIA watch list were back in 2015. Years went by and he never acted on that fake plan but they's sure he was going to.
"Testifying in his own defence, Ortis claimed he was actually working on a secret mission from a foreign agency. Ortis said the plan was to lure criminals to an encrypted email service to allow authorities to collect intelligence about them." That was the truth. It passes the test of believability. The false allegations against him do not.
"Investigators also found saved copies of two business cards from officials at the Chinese embassy. 'I believe Ortis planned to communicate safeguarded information to one or both of the Chinese officials,' Driscoll wrote." That is f*cking ridiculous. He was never charged with that because those charges had absolutely no merit whatsoever.
The reason why this is so relevant is because it ties in with the false allegations against Bill Majcher and Kim Marsh. If it was just one guy we could say it was just one bad apple but when you look at the cases collectively and see the three most effective superheros confronting organized crime in Canada we can confidently say no way.
If you don't think the RCMP won't set up one of their own take a look at the Donald Best story. It's highly relevant. "Donald Best is a former Sergeant (Detective) with the Toronto Police responsible for investigating Canadian police, lawyers, and politicians involved in organized crime, and a leading Canadian anti-corruption whistleblower and activist."
"In his ongoing legal cases and public advocacy, Mr. Best has exposed corruption in the Canadian legal profession including secret orders and investigations by judges, the submission of false evidence in court by lawyers, and the failure of disciplinary bodies such as the Law Society of Ontario and the Canadian Judicial Council to investigate complaints against judges and lawyers." Just like Bill Majcher did. Bill Majcher exposed corrupt lawyers and judges.
"I am the recipient of the 2018 Ontario Civil Liberties Award, and have been called 'One of Canada’s most methodical and well documented whistleblowers.' Oh… I also served 63 days incarcerated in a Canadian prison; spending every day in solitary confinement."
Cameron Ortis was a civilian in charge of the OC. Todd Sheen retired and Bob Paulson promoted Cameron to also be in charge of the NIC. On the first day at the new job they trashed his office. He was complexly set up. I'm going to keep saying that until the day I die because that is the truth and no lie can live forever. He was a man of integrity and the conditions he faces in the Ottawa Carlton Detention Centre are punitive. Y'all should be ashamed of yourselves. Word.
A Kelowna man tied to the red scorpions was just given a 6 year sentence after being caught with a kilo of crystal meth and fentanyl along with half a kilo of cocaine. These swamp rats want to send Cameron Ortis away for 20 years. That's more than manslaughter. The real criminals are the ones that trashed his office on his first day and set him up just to remove civilian oversight.
Curtis James Crossley just received nine years and six months for murder.