Political Interference Epidemic RCMP Says Former Mountainous Area

The latest allegations against RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki relate to the gun control law pending by the federal government in 2020.

Some retired RCMP police officers say political intervention has long been a problem for the military, and the latest scandal involving Commissioner Brenda Lucki is just one sign.

Lucky allegedly pressured the RCMP department in the Nova Scotia region to release information to the media about the types of firearms used on April 18.– –On 19th 2020, a mass shooting occurred in the state to fulfill what she had promised to the Minister of Public Security and the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).

A commissioner appointed by the Prime Minister allegedly told the regional sector that “this is tied to the pending gun control law.” This was due to a handwritten note by RCMP director Darren Campbell, who documented the conference call between Lucki at National Headquarters and the regional division of Nova Scotia on April 28, 2020.

At that time, the federal government was trying to ban 1,500 firearms, which it described as “assault type.”

Rob Creaser has a 28-year career at RCMP in British Columbia and retired in 2010. He supported the pioneering efforts to establish the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Experts Association (MPPAC), which represents the power of collective bargaining. He says politicization and “dysfunction” are ongoing problems for the military.

“One of the things the association has always promoted was the separation of the” church and state “between the senior leaders of the RCMP and the government at the time,” Creaser told The Epoch Times.

“We always felt that it was an essential conflict for the Prime Minister of Canada to appoint a head of Canadian national police services, and we suggested some alternatives.”

According to Mr. Krieser, this is a situation that brings about RCMP politics that is consistent with the ruling party’s politics.

“RCMP operations and priorities were government operations and priorities at the time,” he said.

Since the election of the Trudeau administration, there has been a growing impetus in certain directions, such as a “more feminist approach,” Kleiser said. He added that his commitment to political consideration undermines the best decisions of officers.

“I had the unfortunate experience of being shot at a very close distance in my career, and since the gentleman who triggered at the other end was a visible minority, I then I know what I’ve experienced, and that made me think twice, “Crezer said.

“It makes you guess yourself second about whether you want to pull that gun, and I don’t think it’s a good attitude when your life or the lives of others are involved.”

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RCMP investigators look for evidence where Const is. Heidi Stevenson was killed on the highway in Shubenacadie, NS, on April 23, 2020. Court documents describe the violence committed by the Nova Scotia mass slaughterer to his father years before the April 18 riots.– –Nova Scotia, 19th 2020, and an increasing delusion of shooters before shooting and killing. (Canadian Press / Andrew Vaughan)

Tax withholding documents

February, Mass Casualty Commission (MCC)An independent public investigation created to investigate the 2020 Nova Scotia attack submitted a memo by senior RCMP officers from April 19 to June 16, 2020. However, the Justice Department initially withheld Campbell’s four-page note on April 28, 2020. Meeting call.

According to the note, Lucky said, “She promised to the Minister of Public Security and the Prime Minister’s Office,” and information about the firearms used by the murderer was released, “this is tied to the pending gun control law that makes police officers.” “.When [the] This law, or through this law, makes the public safer. “

The Justice Department told the Epoch Times that it did not release the missing pages until May 31 to discuss whether the content was “privileged.”

Former RCMP officer Andrew Brooke, who started his career in 1980, doesn’t believe it.

“What more do you need to see, knowing what’s happening here?” Brooke told the Epoch Times, calling the situation “the size of a snowball mass coming down the mountain.” rice field.

“The PMO is doing everything it can to prevent this from becoming unnecessarily large. It’s an avalanche,” he said. “This has definitely risen to the level of corruption in my mind, and I have a hard time selling it.”

Brooke, trained in forensic interviews, says Campbell’s notes showed that Lucky looked unusually intense during the conference call.

“Look at her in Congressional testimony in front of the Emergency Law Commission. She speaks very intimately, uncommitted, evasive, and quietly,” Brooke said.

But during the conference call, she said, “Because it’s so intense, people have to weep and an agent has to intervene …. It’s not coming from within her. In my view, That is her action against external forces. “

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People have placards with the faces of victims of PS752 flight in Toronto on August 5, 2021. (Canadian Press / Chris Young)


Brooke said he believes that lucky and political intervention is also involved in another mass casualty accident. In January 2020, Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 crashed shortly after takeoff, killing 176 people, including 57 Canadians.

Brooke RCMP Private Review and Complaints Committee As part of Coalition for criminal liability of Flight PS752RCMP says the problem needs to be investigated.

“We are calling for a Canadian criminal investigation to be held. The second is to investigate all the circumstances surrounding her decision,” Brooke said.

“If we couldn’t face this complaint, and if it had no merit, they would have returned it to us. We put evidence of political interference there.”

Rae Banwarie worked for RCMP in British Columbia from 1997 to 2017 and was the first National President of MPPAC. He says other investigations rejected under Lucky’s leadership helped the Liberal Party contain the scandal.

“What was their criminal investigation into the situation at SNC-Lavalin? Was there a criminal investigation into the WE charity blunder? Why not?” Banwari said in an interview.

The Epoch Times asked the RCMP to comment on allegations of political interference, but did not respond.

Banwari says he believes that Lucki’s actions in the wake of the shootings in Nova Scotia are good reasons to dismiss her.

“When I see something like that, it just makes me sick,” he said.

Lee Harding


Lee Harding is a Saskatchewan-based journalist and think tank researcher and contributor to The Epoch Times.