Tag: frank paul

Alone and Cold : The Final Frank Paul report from the Davies Commission.

I’ve had great interest in the death of Frank Paul for some time, and seeing justice served. This is a collection of some of the posts I have done in this unforgivable and unforgettable death. The final report of the Davies Commission was released and although… Continue Reading “Alone and Cold : The Final Frank Paul report from the Davies Commission.”

No one is unaccountable for long- Supreme Court rules Crown prosecutors must testify in Frank Paul inquiry

I firmly believe that no one is unaccountable  for their actions – for long.  Crown prosecutors who chose not to file charges against the VPD officers involved in the Frank Paul death are about to find that out, as the Supreme Court rules they… Continue Reading “No one is unaccountable for long- Supreme Court rules Crown prosecutors must testify in Frank Paul inquiry”

Left wing Larry gives commanding performance on the stand defending his decision – but has no recollection of Frank Pauls death.

 Larry Campbell did not disappoint on the stand Friday, and stayed true to form during his testimony at the Frank Paul inquiry. Campbell was staunch in his defense of his motives and decision to overrule another coroner that consulted him about an inquest that he denied, in… Continue Reading “Left wing Larry gives commanding performance on the stand defending his decision – but has no recollection of Frank Pauls death.”

And if all the “cover-ups” so far weren’t enough….

Here’s an article I missed in the Vancouver Sun last week, by Neil Hall, regarding a request by Attorney General Wally Oppal to limit  the public inquiry’s probing of the Crown’s decision  NOT to charge Vancouver police officers involved in the death of Frank… Continue Reading “And if all the “cover-ups” so far weren’t enough….”