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October 26, 2020

Dear Jean Paul Graham, the man sometimes acting as Staff Sergeant of the Huntsville OPP Detachment, employed by The Service Corporation known as THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO,

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your service.  I acknowledge that you have joined the Police Force out of a desire to uphold the law.  Moreover,  am mindful that you have committed your life to the protection of Canadians, and their families.

The situation Canadians find themselves in today, is unlike anything we’ve bore witness to in our lifetime.  The steady erosion of our fundamental (God given) rights, has propelled me to reach out to you today.  

I recognize the importance of your role in helping We The People of Canada safeguard our freedom, and break loose of the shackles caused by our current De Facto government.  You are being called upon, to enforce many of the arbitrary measures attempting to be imposed upon We the People by The Service Corporation known as THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. Many of which are currently jeopardizing our futures.

We ask that you take into consideration the following information while going forward in your duties as Employees of the Service Corporation known as THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO, as family members, and as Canadians.

  1. Police are vital to the strength of Ontario's "fair and impartial" fabric, as coined by former OPP Deputy Superintendent Brad Blair.  Police forces are service corporations separate from the government.  ALL OFFICERS  must take Brad Blair's imperative judgement to heart and be clear on their position as members of an independent organization. Start listening @ time stamp 25 minutes of the following video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_hDiHsfXMo&feature=youtu.be

  1. In a democracy, politicians do not get to decide when the people can protest against them.  Furthermore, in a Democracy, politicians cannot use police force to suppress political dissent.
  2. Canadian Human Rights Act under discriminatory practices states

5. It is a discriminatory practice in the provision of goods, services, facilities or accommodation customarily available to the general public

a) to deny, or to deny access to, any such good, service, facility or accommodation to any individual, or

(b) to differentiate adversely in relation to any individual, on a prohibited ground of discrimination”

  1. Officers and Agents of The Service Corporation known as THE MUNICIPALITY OF KENTVILLE IN ONTARIO, CANADA, have no jurisdiction over I:man/woman John, of The Doe Family and furthermore, am not an officer or agent of said corporation, therefore bylaws pertaining to said corporation also do not apply to I. As proven in the legal definition of the term bylaw in the Duhaime Law Dictionary http://www.duhaime.org/LegalDictionary/B/ByLaw.aspx
  2. A notice of Liability has been sent To all Public Servants; including all Agents and Officers at THE CITY OF HUNTSVILLE, stating any man or woman acting in their capacity as a CITY EMPLOYEE is personally liable for, including but not limited to, all wrong harm, trespass and loss whether it be pain, loss to mind, body, soul, finances etc, caused to we the people

   Thanks for taking the time to review this letter and its contents.  

Sincerely,

I: man/woman: Joe, of the Doe Family