Over the years, I’ve been called annoying, irritating, tenacious and a snoop, and compared to a dog on the trail of a good scent. I have a knack for knowing when there is something more to be discovered about a person or a situation,for knowing when a person is lying, and when details that should beContinue reading Inquiry Reveals Disappointing lack of concern – and character – surrounding those involved in Frank Pauls death
The man who ultimately left Frank Paul to freeze alone in an alley, wants to apologize in person to his family, after tearfully acknowledging his role in his death on the stand. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2008/01/11/bc-officerintears.html Saying he put too much faith in the opinion of his superior officer, Constable David Instant followed orders -despite his feelings thatContinue reading 10 years too late for an apology?
Frank Paul died, alone, in a frozen heap on a dirty side street in Vancouver on December 5th, 1998. Here we are, 8 years later, listening to the men involved in that death testify at a long awaited public inquiry, and the testimony is startling, as well as contradictory. Clearly, some detail will be lost overContinue reading Good cop, Bad cop – who’s telling the truth?