CRIMINAL MOTION TO QUASH SUBPOENA AGAINST FORMER TBPS CHIEF J.P. LEVESQUE.
THIS IS WHAT THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS HASN’T DONE A MEDIA RELEASE ON.
I’ve been receiving a lot of questions about the motion in Criminal Court involving retired Chief JP Levesque.
HE IS NOT FACING CRIMINAL CHARGES.
Many are asking why the Director of Communications doesn’t explain to the public. It’s most likely the same reason he doesn’t inform the public of most other things. I don’t know. Most followers of this page are already aware that I’m not a fan of what I perceive to be his lack of communication to the public.
MOTION BY FORMER CHIEF LEVESQUE IS TO HAVE HIM REMOVED AS A WITNESS IN THE TRIAL OF GARY MOORE FOR ASSAULT ON A POLICE OFFICER.
Inside Edition sources indicate that Gary Moore has some type of connection to the taxpayer funded propaganda and bulls*** broadcaster CBC.
A decision is being handed down this afternoon on this motion and a colleague from The Real Concerned Citizens media site will be there to get the details. Stay tuned.
I’ve attached the Motion for the public to view. The TBPS Director of Communications is also able to access this info easily. The TBPS LAWYER drafted this motion.
The same TBPS lawyer sent me a letter telling me I was in violation of the Wanted Wednesday program. I’m still laughing at that letter. It’s too bad she didn’t read the Copyright Act before sending me the letter.
***UPDATE at 2:38 pm.
Gary Moore is charged with assault – resist arrest contrary to section 270 (1) (b) of the criminal code.
Submissions were made by defence lawyer Francis Thatcher and Thunder Bay Police Service legal counsel Holly Walbourne.
It was said in court that whether excessive use of force had occurred, and that former Chief Levesque was wanted to bring the TBPS policies, training manuals and more, in order to discuss if using handcuffs like brass knuckles was in line.
Walbourne urged that to obtain that paperwork would be a matter of a third party information request, and not proper for Levesque to be subpoenaed to bring them.
Thatcher countered by stating that when someone is subpoenaed, that they can and must bring anything in their possession or under their control, if it is relative material evidence.
Her Honour Helen Pierce has reserved her decision for a later date.