Law & Disorder: Police as Thieves
By N Oji Mzilikazi
January 26, 2012
(Originally published in the Montreal Community Contact Volume 22, Number 02)
Law, respect for rules, order, and justice are the pillars upon which a society is able to maintain social stability and a good quality of life. When it comes to criminality by law enforcement officials, the justice system is all too willing to go easy on cops…
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Dear N Oji Mzilikazi,
Thank you in advance for taking the time to reply to this letter. I found out that most of the info regarding Ines Barbosa has been either erased or eliminated from the internet. I am doing a personal research on her case and the RCMP involvement on the cocaine smuggling from Colombia, so I can present this to the world community as an eye opening to the present situation. Its not new among RCMP high ranked officers to sell out to the best bidder.
Hope you get back to me on this.
Thank you in advance.
Your site does not show nothing but names, there is not content, still was actually the only one that provides some “references”
Presently abroad. Schedule to return to Canada in early April. Have no access to my files. Will gladly send you what I have. Ironically, only this past December I did an edit of blogged articles, hence no content in many.
F.Y.I. I have revisited “Law & Disorder: Police as Thieves” in my long overdue, “The Killing of Fredy Villanueva: Policing, Race Bias & Media Complicity in Canada” that I’ll be aggressively trying to secure publishing for upon my return.