Parents have NO RIGHTS.... ONLY RESPONSIBILITIES....
Parents' Rights now gone with my Homosexual Marriage bill"
Contact & Friendly Parent Rule has to go to conform
to Judicial Practice, or Judges may be held in criminal BREACH OF TRUST"
the ideas that the State assigns
Responsibilities to it's Citizen is straight from pre-war Nazi
Germany. Under the British system rights are not
State-given, but God Given.
into the Court's position that what rights remain are Children's Rights,
is buying into the same position that "<Natural> Parents have no
rights", and Canadian Children are at birth the property of the Courts.
Ask a lawyer what "Common Law" is and they will
likely tell you it is
"Judge Made Law", and expand up this to say
"Common Law is whatever the Judges are commonly saying these days".
completely FALSE. The Judges are Agents of the Crown
and they BY DEFINITION Judges
are WITHOUT CAPACITY to make any law whatsoever. Since
1649, only PARLIAMENT
has the Capacity to make Law.
British Common law was NOT created by Judges, it was only observed
and documented by individuals sent out by the newly Norman Crown after
Norman Conquest of 1066 to observe and codify the laws and
customs of the various peoples of Britain.. This was done with a
view to aggregate existing customs which may vary across the land,
into a unified body of Laws. The Authority quoted by the Commoners
in their administration of
Common Law were frequently direct quotations from the
Bible and principles
The process of documentation took only a couple of
hundred years, and the product was a STATIC body of Law which was
historical, popular, and has served in the intervening centuries as a
Benchmark against which
Statutory Law may be measured for "Fairness".
It does NOT change.
Svend Robinson (right) cries while being supported by his partner
Max Riveron. Robinson claimed "stress" caused him to steal
the jewelry he intended to give his boyfriend. Robinson continues
to practice law in BC following a deal cut with his
Bill C250 added Homosexuals to the super class of groups in Canada's
retarded "Hate Law". who
can destroy in Criminal Court regular Canadians for exercising
Even France has rejected Homo-marriage (preferring
France's homosexuals to emigrate to Canada?!). International societies
of Women Judges & Lawyers appear to have designated Canada as the
globe's Homosexual habitat of choice:
Meijers Latest news about globalizing Homo-Marriage & Homo-Parenting;
Coming up: 26-29 June 2005, Toronto, Canada, the conference of the
International Lesbian and Gay Law Association (ILGLaw),
Fabian Society, Communitarian
"Wolves in Sheep's' Clothing"
Globalizing National Socialism (Nazism) since 1884
In June 1989,
Gisele Marie Goudreault, 46 disobeyed a court order to hand her son
Orey over to his father, Rod Steinmann of Ponoka, who had been awarded
custody. She fled with the boy to Mexico and lived there for four months
before moving to California. ... Justice Peter Martin condemned
which prevented Orey and his father from being together during the
child's formative years. "They had the right to know and
love each other. "That possibility was totally and irrevocably
destroyed," Martin said. "What this woman did to this man and this
child is every parent's nightmare."2004-02-19
US teen 'discovers own kidnap', BBC
A Vancouver provincial court judge today
found former B.C. teacher Tom Ellison guilty of indecent assault
and gross indecency related to sexual relations he had with his
female charges over a 10-year period.
Judge Mark Takahashi delivered his judgment today in Vancouver,
ruling Ellison is guilty on seven counts in total: two counts of
indecent assault, four counts of gross indecency and one count
of common assault that occurred with his female students in the
1970s and 1980s.
But because two of the four counts of gross indecency were
connected to the assault charges, they were stayed. Ellison was
acquitted on nine other counts.
He shook his head and appeared frustrated as provincial court
Judge Mark Takahashi delivered his verdict, The Canadian Press
CTV Vancouver's Lisa Rossington, speaking outside the court,
said Takahashi said the number one factor in his decision was
the credibility of Ellison's testimony.
"The judge went into a lot of detail about Ellison's credibility
during testimony, and said that the B.C. teacher, even now, has
trouble accepting that he was a person of "low moral character."
The judge found "that Ellison was neither believable nor capable
of raising a reasonable doubt," said Rossington.
Ellison, 62, has grabbed headlines since September when it was
revealed that the tall, grey-haired adventure tour operator was
charged in 2004 with several counts of gross indecency and
The offences allegedly took place when he was a teacher at
Prince of Wales secondary school in Vancouver and helped lead
the school's Quest experimental outdoor education program,
between 1974 and 1987.
When news broke that he had been charged, a number of other
complainants came forward and the list of charges against
Ellison grew to 12 counts of gross indecency and four counts of
indecent assault involving 12 former students.
Laura Anderson, one of the complainants, spoke to reporters
outside the courtroom after the verdict was handed down.
She said she was "satisfied" with the ruling, but questioned
Takahashi's decision to drop many of the charges because it
wasn't proven that harm had taken place.
"There's no doubt in my mind this had a huge impact in my life,
and in the case of many other women they are still in the thick
of dealing with what happened to them," she said, adding that
she went through 10 years of depression following the incident.
Anderson added that she hoped the verdict would allow her to
move on with her life, and that others would learn from the
"I think it's a good wakeup call to be vigilant and to be
observant as a young person, as a parent, to flags you might
see, to say 'you know what, my child might be in trouble.'"
During the trial, Ellison's lawyer Bill Smart admitted Ellison
had oral sex with the students, but he argued that they were
willing participants capable of making their own decisions and
were not forced into anything. He also said Ellison's actions
weren't illegal at the time.
The program, which ended in 1987 amid rumours of sexual
relations between male teachers and their female charges,
included snowshoeing, hiking, canoe trips and expeditions aboard
Ellison's yacht, which he kept moored in Vancouver.
Ellison's trial began on Oct. 10, and lasted for three weeks.
Court heard final arguments between Nov. 20 and 23.
In recent weeks Ellison has received threats, including some
death threats, said his lawyer Bill Smart. He said Ellison, the
father of a nine-year-old girl -- attracts attention wherever he
goes as a result of the intense media scrutiny his case has
In late October, Ellison made an emotional apology to his former
students, saying "if I ever thought I would have hurt you, I
would have never done it."
He also said he didn't know at the time that what he was doing
Since retiring from teaching in 1988, Ellison has run adventure
tours on his yacht. His long-time partner is a former Quester.
The website for his company, Ocean Light II adventures,
described him as a 33-year veteran of the B.C. coast.
"He has introduced the area to thousands of people, young and
old, in his unique way of providing you the opportunity for self
discovery," the site reads.
BC College of Teachers bars Tom Ellison,
March 12, 2007
The notorious Tom Ellison has been barred
from teaching, the B.C. College of Teachers announced today.
Ellison, who was recently sentenced to two years of house arrest
for sex-crimes with students in the 1970s and 80s, has signed an
agreement admitting he is guilty of professional misconduct, the
college says in a release.
The agreement says the college will not issue a teaching
certificate for Ellison for "an indeterminate period."
"The college views Mr. Ellison's actions as clearly unacceptable
to teachers, the greater educational community and to the public
at large. We have moved quickly to ensure that Mr. Ellison
cannot regain a position of trust in our schools," college
spokesman Richard Walker says.
Ellison, 63, has not taught since he resigned from Prince of
Wales high school in 1986. During his trial, he admitted he had
sexual contact with more than a dozen students while he taught
at the school's outdoor education program known as Quest.
The college is the self-regulatory body for educators in B.C.
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