May 11, 2006

May 11, 2006: #2 Updated June 6, 06

Preview of AG's Report posted by Sensaregreat, 5/11/2006 07:33:44 There is no link.



Update to Raid ends in child porn bust -- Toronto man accused of photographing 2 underage Oshawa girls and sexual assault posted May 5, 06 -- or here for the original by Jonathan Jenkins, TorSun, May 4, 06
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Pulse24.com: Posing A Danger

Related: How to spot a modelling scam Source: Ont. Ministry of Government Services & U.S. Federal Trade Commission, May 3, 2006


Bail for accused lurer Sam Pazzano, May 5, 06


The 37-year-old [Karim Remtulla] is free on $100,000 bail and living under house arrest. He faces eight charges, including sexual assault, and making and possessing child pornography.

Toronto and Durham police descended on Remtulla's home on a cul-de-sac near Lawrence Ave. and Port Union Rd. on March 29. Details of the raid weren't released until Wednesday.

Staff-Insp. Jane Wilcox, head of Toronto's sex crimes unit, said police believe at least two Oshawa girls between 14 and 18 were photographed at the home and possibly in GTA hotel rooms by a man they contacted through a modelling website. One of the teens was plied with alcohol and sexually assaulted.


Is this Karim Remtulla the same person as a U of T Grad Studies doctoral student of that name, or is the name an unfortunate coincidence?
[ http://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/english/currentcourses.asp ]

Update: As of June 6, 06.
Someone placed a comment at the end of this post and I want people to notice it so I am repeating it here in my own words.

Anonymous said that the Karim Remtulla of U of T Grad Studies, a doctoral student, is NOT the Karim Remtulla mentioned in the article above, the one facing charges -- so having the same name is an unfortunate coincidence.



Want to retire to Mexico?

From J in California:


... the pitfalls of retiring in Mexico? Well, I just read some horror stories about that. I won't go into details, but, after careful research into conditions, people had expensive house investments turned into dust, with no help at all from the authorities. In fact some retirees even got jailed; others got away with mere GO HOME YANKEE graffiti. Never take money into Mexico. (I haven't seen any GO HOME WETBACK graffiti here.)




Michael Coren spills the beans -- re CBC cancelling his appearance

Related comments from Behind The Scenes At CBC, sda, May 10, 06

Canadian Observer


I must say it is heartening to see so many others expressing their disgust with the MSM in our country,especially those gems at CBC.

I have been aware of this general trend for years,but honestly,it was only recently I really fathomed the depth of it.Subversion is the word that keeps coming back to me.
The Conservatives,led by Mr.Harper,were democratically elected by Canadian voters to lead this country,minority or not.The CBC in particular seems to be actively attempting nothing less than sabotaging our current government.I would call that the very definition of treason!


Jema54


Canadian Observer, I too have watched the antics of the incredably stupid juvinile reporters and commentators that the MSM hires. I have asked myself "what is in it for the MSM owners to hire and pay these goofs to spout 'wrong wing' vomit? It has to be 'kick backs' from taxpayers via gument. I do not belive that MSM owners would invest in such losers if they were personally losing money.

Then I read Solzinitzn's Archipelligo Gulags. The story is right there - as the noose tightens around the neck of the people the press gang demonizes anyone who does not agree with the "King Makers" Communist elitist's (billionares) agendas. Compare the life style of Stalin to the life style of George Bush. Stalin 'owned' Russia as no Tsar ever had - and he did it by hiring a snearing nasty press gang of souless monsters to twist the thoughts of the people. I think the press gang must be 'watched' and hauled on the carpet every time they open their collective yaps.




What hope for HUMINT? -- "Despite being the most culturally diverse free nation in the world, we seem to send blond-haired, blue-eyed people to do intelligence field work." By Daniel Gallington, May 9, 2006, via newsbeat1


Whatever led to Porter Goss' departure from the CIA, he had inherited a swarming nest of imbedded political operatives and world-class leakers -- bent on embarrassing the Bush administration and threatening important relationships worldwide.

Assuming Mike Hayden is confirmed as the new director, basic CIA "housecleaning" should continue -- happening at the same time will be significant budgetary shifts from high-tech "remote-sensing" intelligence operations, to human-intelligence collection, the traditional CIA mission. [. . . . ]


Very interesting critique of what has been done in the past.



Fools: "paying for the apparatchiks of a terrorist organization" May 10, 2006, Laughing Into 1939 by Baron Bodissey


The United Nations, U.S., European Union and Russia agreed to provide direct aid to Palestinians, bypassing their Hamas-controlled government, after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas warned that assistance is needed to prevent the collapse of his administration.

So here we have a political entity, so recently and proudly proclaimed to be self-governing, whose officials must be paid by the taxpayers of the United States and Europe. That’s you and me, folks.


We don’t pay the salaries of, say, Finland’s civil servants. Why not? After all, it would advance the peace process between Finland and Russia, helping to expedite a final accord on the disposition of Karelian territory.


A must read.



John Hawkins: An Obligatory Post On The NSA Data Mining Program


"The National Security Agency has been secretly collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using data provided by AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth, people with direct knowledge of the arrangement told USA TODAY.

The NSA program reaches into homes and businesses across the nation by amassing information about the calls of ordinary Americans most of whom aren't suspected of any crime. This program does not involve the NSA listening to or recording conversations. But the spy agency is using the data to analyze calling patterns in an effort to detect terrorist activity, sources said in separate interviews.

...Customers' names, street addresses and other personal information are not being handed over as part of NSA's domestic program, the sources said. But the phone numbers the NSA collects can easily be cross-checked with other databases to obtain that information. [. . . . ]




RightWingNews: Right-Of-Center Bloggers Select Their Favorite Columnists (2006 Edition) via newsbeat1



Guite's contracts 'highly unusual' Les Perreaux, May 10, 06


[....] Former Groupaction executive Jean Lambert testified one $330,000 contract related to the federal gun registry was phoney. He said Guite suggested Groupaction could say work was destroyed if anyone asked questions.

Testimony Wednesday gave a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the internal mayhem triggered in the federal bureaucracy in early 2002 when a Globe and Mail reporter called to ask for a $550,000 report approved by Guite that did not exist.

After an extensive search found nothing, Guy Bedard, the bureaucrat who replaced Guite at the head of government advertising and sponsorship, testified he gave every document related to the phantom report to the reporter.

The Globe inquiry and subsequent story triggered a firestorm in the House of Commons and two reports by the auditor general. [....]




30,000 Internet Censors In China To Be Defeated By 3 Hackers In Canada? from the the-battle-continues dept

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karim Remtulla the student and Karim Remtulla the man who was arrested are NOT the same person.

Mon Jun 05, 04:18:00 PM 2006  

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