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I’ve been meaning to finish writing this blog, but the ‘situation’ has continued to evolve and my attention has been focused elsewhere.

I’ll be posting the 6th Day once I get my ruling and I’m officially released from the stigma of the detention. Then I’ll be following up with a detailed discussion of how being unlawfully detained rolled over to impact various aspects of my personal and professional life.

I’ll be discussing the conduct of police, doctors, politicians, judges and other public servants across the province, naming names and providing a detailed account of how being branded ‘mentally ill’ generates a giant stigma in that public service that tromps all over human rights with jackboots.

Luke 12:2-4,  KJV

 “For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known. Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.”

It’s been almost two years since Don Dunphy was shot. Two years since I was detained. Certain facts of both matters have only come out in the last few months. It will take a while, but I’ll do my best to tell the story of what happened from my perspective.

At present I’m surviving as working homeless in Labrador. I’m coming up on 2 months of living like this, just trying to maintain contact with my son. Ultimately, the matter is futile in this area. There is no justice. The matters before the Courts have still gone unresolved. I’m being treated like I’m a radical, a criminal, a terrorist and a mental patient.  Judgement has been suspending to allow the abuse to continue. No facts have been heard or addressed. My family has been broken up and we’ve been made homeless.

I’m only writing this to keep track of my thoughts and my understanding of what happened. There are too many factors involved from too many parties and the whole thing needs to be brought into the light.