Sunday, January 6, 2019

UPDATED: Yet Another "Cascading Series of Errors" SHOCKING cost of CSIS is upped by 34 million taxpayer dollars

UPDATED:  January 8, 2019 This link to "Dissident Voice" contains a comprehensively researched report/update on the state of the dozens of Muslim men being targeted and victimized as political prisoners by the so-called Canadian "security services" in their abject subservience to their MosCIAd handlers.  The extent of the agency criminality and attempt at judicial corruption is mind-blowing.


Security certificate detainee Mahmoud Jaballah waits
at home in this image from the film The Secret Trial.
Noah G. Bingham via CP 

I have been spilling copious amounts of virtual ink on this blog informing readers about the ongoing corruption in Canada's Intelligence and Security Agencies...notably the RCMP and its handler, CSIS [Canadian Intelligence and Security Services].  It is highly significant that the year that CSIS was founded...[or as I believe...was inserted into the Canadian governmental bureaucracy as a MosCIAd mole] by order of Parliament was on June 21, 1984....very Orwellian.  Almost exactly one year later, on June 23, 1985, the Air India passenger jet exploded over Ireland, killing a total of 329 people, including 268 Canadian citizens, 27 British citizens and 24 Indian citizens. The bomb was placed on the plane by Canadian Sikh "activists" at the Vancouver airport.  After a police and judicial investigation that took years and million$ of Canadian taxpayer dollars, the judge who summed up the investigation said that the mass murder atrocity was the result of a "cascading series of errors" on the part of CSIS and the other Canadian security agencies.  In "normal" [sic] times and in a nation that was in control of its own sovereignty....that would have been enough for the embryonic CSIS, still trying to find a place and a raison d'etre for its existence....to be mercifully strangled in its cradle.

Not so.  In the decades since, CSIS has been associated with one expensive, trumped up and ultimately failed "justification for its existence" after another.  There are at least a dozen separate cases where CSIS has been involved in setting up innocent citizens in terror plots...or renditioning them for torture/imprisonment in foreign countries. The side bar to its activities has always been relentless attempts to corrupt the Canadian police/security/judicial system....in other words..."harmonize" it with the justice [sic] systems south of the border.  These sidebar efforts have been uniformly spectacular failure(s)...as I've reported on in my posts about the Nuttall/Korody "Travesty of Justice", Omar Khadr, Mahar Arar and other victims.

Now, following close on the heels of last months Nuttall/Korody "Travesty of Justice" which has since been neatly swept under the rug by the politician and media puppets, we have the revelation in the National Post that yet another individual has been used and abused by the very expensive foreign mole.  Please read the following from the National Post and I will have more comments to follow:

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"After 17-year deportation fight over alleged terrorism ties, Toronto man sues federal government for $34M
Between 1999 and 2016, the government signed three security certificates naming Jaballah, all of which ultimately failed to stand up in court

OTTAWA — One of the longest-running national security cases in Canada has resulted in a massive civil lawsuit, as an Egyptian-born Toronto man is suing the federal government for repeatedly trying to deport him over alleged ties to the 1998 terrorist bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa.
The federal government first arrested Mahmoud Jaballah in 1999 through the use of a national security certificate, a controversial tool that uses classified evidence kept secret from the accused. That kicked off a 17-year battle between Jaballah and the federal government over the legitimacy and constitutionality of the certificates. Jaballah has always maintained the allegations against him are false.
A person named in a certificate as a security risk to Canada can be deported under immigration law. Between 1999 and 2016, the government signed three security certificates naming Jaballah, all of which ultimately failed to stand up in court. The govern
A person named in a certificate as a security risk to Canada can be deported under immigration law. Between 1999 and 2016, the government signed three security certificates naming Jaballah, all of which ultimately failed to stand up in court. The government’s case ultimately died in the Federal Court of Appeal in October 2016.
Jaballah has now filed a statement of claim seeking general damages for him, his wife and his six children totalling $34 million, plus an additional $3.4 million in aggravated and punitive damages — though it’s the judge that sets damages if a plaintiff wins. The lawsuit was filed in Toronto in the Ontario Superior Court on Nov. 28, 2018.
Security certificates have long raised concerns in Canada that their secrecy denies accused people the ability to defend themselves. In 2007, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled the certificate regime was unconstitutional in the landmark R. v. Charkaoui case. A new regime was established that uses “special advocates,” lawyers who can view the evidence but are still barred from sharing it with the accused.
Jaballah arrived in Canada with his family in May 1996 using false Saudi Arabia passports. The family claimed refugee status, pointing to persecution by Egyptian authorities who accused him of links with al-Qaeda terrorists.
The statement of claim says the Canadian Security Intelligence Service immediately started investigating Jaballah, including surveilling him and tapping his phone, and he was interviewed multiple times in 1998 by CSIS agents. Jaballah was arrested on Mar. 31, 1999, under a certificate that named him as a security risk to Canada. The certificate was quashed for insufficient evidence by a Federal Court judge in November 1999, and Jaballah was released from detention.

CSIS admitted that it had listened to phone calls between Jaballah and his lawyers

Jaballah was arrested again in August 2001 after the government said it had new evidence and signed a second certificate. He would spend the next six years in detention, waging a legal battle against the certificate and the government’s effort to have him deported. He argued that he would be tortured if sent back to Egypt. In 2006 and 2007, according to his statement of claim, he went on two hunger strikes in the Kingston Immigration Holding Centre in protest of his detention conditions.
In the spring of 2007, following the Charkaoui ruling that the certificates were unconstitutional, Jaballah was released into house arrest while the government deliberated on how to respond to the Supreme Court decision.
On Feb. 22, 2008, the government signed a third certificate naming Jaballah. The certificate publicly outlined some details of the case for the first time, including the government’s contention that Jaballah helped terrorist cells publicize the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania that killed more than 200 people.
Between 2008 and 2016, Jaballah remained under various house arrest conditions. A complex set of court proceedings took place, much of it in secret by special advocates representing Jaballah, to have the certificate thrown out for abuse of process. Jaballah’s lawyers argued the evidence was insufficient and included foreign intelligence obtained through torture. CSIS also admitted during this time that it had listened to phone calls between Jaballah and his lawyers.
Finally, in June 2016, the Federal Court ruled the evidence against Jaballah was not solid enough and the certificate was thus unreasonable. Jaballah was released from all the remaining conditions of his house arrest. The government’s appeal was rejected.
The lawsuit claims Jaballah’s rights were serially violated by the government, not only because of the use of the certificate regime but also due to the “repeated threats and attempts to deport Jaballah to Egypt where he faced a high risk of torture.” It also says his family suffered from his detention and the terms of his house arrest, including the fact that one of his children was deported in 2012 after being convicted of gang-related criminal offences.
The lawsuit claims the government’s investigation into him was negligent and complicit in Egypt’s human rights abuses. It also says Jaballah was defamed by the media coverage of the allegations against him, saying it destroyed his reputation, caused him to lose many friends, and “made him effectively unemployable.”
Jaballah’s lawyers did not respond to a request for comment by deadline.

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Greencrow says:  The above fact situation follows the typical scenario. Vulnerable Canadian citizen/resident is selected and then relentlessly targeted and exploited to provide a "make work" project for CSIS employees...paid for by Canadian tax-payers. CSIS thus proves it is "needed" to prevent a "non crime". Side bar is that the Police/Security/Judicial system in Canada is subject to relentless frontal attack with the aim of corrupting it down to the level of the US.

Every project fails [so far, at least] for the same reason.  The judicial system is not yet in the pocket of the perps and so the criminality stops dead at the court/legal level.  Rather than eliminating the mole criminals...the Canadian Federal bureaucracy just doubles down in the cover-up of their activities. More work needs to be done in Canada re perverting the system of appointing judges.  Ongoing efforts to have them "elected" as in the US, have so far fallen flat.  More "chosenite tribal members" need to be appointed to key cases....like they were in NYC in the aftermath of the 9/11 false flag atrocity.

In summary, while being spectacular, and spectacularly expensive failed criminal projects...these false flag legal persecutions have nevertheless served CSIS well.  They have garnered/enabled huge budgets from successive federal governments...which have all given the mole unquestioning support/cover.  They provide training and loyalty proving ground for agents and assets....  They provide ongoing "tests of humiliating loyalty" for the Canadian newz agencies and so-called journalists.  Anyone who does not go along with sweeping the latest fiasco under the rug will "never work in this town again".

And, finally, most importantly...and disgustingly...they prove to the Deep State that Canada continues to forfeit its sovereignty and as a vassal state of the "Five Eyes"...continues to remain a subservient/obedient victim of their criminal globalist projects.  Hey, when the cost is always on someone else's [taxpayers] tab...why NOT belly up to the bar????!!!!

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