Daily Archives: December 26, 2019

Suspicious case of drunk driving

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This case smells like bad fish.

This of course is the time of year that people drink to excess and many still drive.

It’s therefore a good idea to stage collisions to scare the pants off people who don’t get the message.

This case seems real from the photos, but the biggest tip we have a staged event is the increasingly ubiquitous publication ban. There’s only one reason in an open society to have such a ban: to hide a phony court case and not have to provide a detailed story.

Otherwise we may as well be in a backwards third world tin pot dictatorship where justice is not seen to be meted out.

The man accused of killing two 19-year-old pedestrians in an impaired driving crash in Scarborough wiped away tears and appeared emotional as he was denied bail in court Monday evening, less than 24 hours after the crash. Michael Johnson, 40, of Pickering, mostly kept his head bowed down in his hands throughout his lengthy bail hearing in a Scarborough courtroom. At times, he could be seen breathing heavily, his body shaking, before Justice Thomas Cleary made his ruling. Bail is typically denied in ca

Source: Pickering man accused of killing two 19-year-old pedestrians in impaired driving crash is denied bail | DurhamRegion.com

It’s good to check the players – and since no lawyers are mentioned, let’s check the judge, Justice Thomas Cleary.

This screen shot shows he’s paid plenty. I didn’t know judging paid so well.

Google really doesn’t have much record of the judge. Is this normal for there to be next to no record of any trials over the years?

There’s only one other suspicious trial from a few years ago that comes up.

Having the case involve international students (and there are plenty here propping up our university system) allows the perps to leave the vicsim stories undeveloped and unsupported, since no family members are going to be here.

Johnson was brought into court in handcuffs, wearing a black jacket, dark blue pants and black shoes, his hair clean and short.

About a dozen people were in the audience for the hearing. One woman, seated with Johnson’s family, could be seen sobbing throughout.

As the judge read his decision, one family member put her hands over her mouth. Another fell to her knees in tears.

As is typical, a publication ban was imposed on the information introduced during the proceeding.

I thought if one was detained in our system, you didn’t get to wear your own clothes. An orange jump suit is the usual garb.

9 charges, other small clues indicating hoaxery.

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