Thursday, August 20, 2015

Trading one piece of .... for another piece of ....!

Rob Wells has left a new comment on your post "Hey, you forgot the horse he rode into town on!":

The ticket is for allegedly "performing or engaging in any stunt or activity that is likely to distract, startle or interfere with users of the highway under section 115 of the the Highway Safety Act. This is a totally bogus allegation because the matter of car signs has been researched by former Edmonton Police lawyer Kim Armstrong who is now the Deputy Attorney General of Alberta, and Deputy Minister of Justice. The RCMP officer was just using this section to bully and intimidate me into removing my sign. I refused and he issued the ticket, so he'll have to fight me in court. My sign is protected under the freedom of expression of the Charter of Rights. When people are afraid to express themselves freely, we have a police state. 

Dear Mr. Wells:

Thank you for contacting CyberSmokeBlog.

Sounds like you've done your homework and have a very strong case.

If Earl "The Pearl" Cowan is to be believed all Harper dissenters are pieces of .... who should vote for another piece of .... !

Please keep CSB's readers apprised of your court challenge.

Best of luck,
Clare L. Pieuk


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