‘More Two-Tiered Justice’

There is an ongoing expansion of differential treatment of aboriginal criminals, once again demonstrating that the Charter does NOT guarantee equal rights for all Canadians; in fact, Section 15(2) constitutionalizes exactly the opposite…

“Island ‘first nations’ {aboriginal communities} and the ‘Mi’kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I.’ have signed a ‘restorative justice’ agreement with the federal government, which will add ‘Fisheries Act’ offences to the MCPEI ‘Indigenous Justice’ program.

“Participating in the formal ceremony on Tuesday was the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, MCPEI, Lennox Island ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 967 people} and Abegweit ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 381 people}.

This ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ with the ‘Mi’kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I.’ is an important step forward. It is the first signed agreement of its kind in eastern Canada, and I hope we will see many more like it”,
{No-o-o-o-o-o!}
said Minister of Fisheries, Oceans Dominic LeBlanc.

“Under the agreement, members of Lennox Island and Abegweit ‘First Nations’, including those of the ‘Mi’kmaq heritage’ permanently residing on one of the ‘First Nation’ reserves, may be eligible, under predetermined criteria, to have their case diverted from the traditional court system.

“In order to pursue this approach, the offender must accept responsibility for the act that forms the basis of the offence and comply with the provisions of the alternative measures devised by the program. Cases that could be diverted include any offences under the ‘Fisheries Act’, and other offences, on the joint recommendation of the officer and the justice director, with the written consent of the chief federal prosecutor.

“Matilda Ramjattan, chief of the Lennox Island ‘First Nation’ and co-chair of MCPEI board of directors, added,

We have seen firsthand through the Mi’kmaq Confederacy’s ‘Indigenous Justice’ Program the positive impact on our communities through restorative justice with respect to Criminal Code offences. It was a natural progression to extend the approach of community healing and rehabilitation to offences related to the fishery.

As with Criminal Code offences, it is important to recognize that this approach does not provide the offender with a free pass; rather, it is a comprehensive process aimed at healing and reconciliation.”

“‘Restorative justice’ is an {aboriginal-only} alternative to the traditional court system that allows ‘indigenous’ and other groups to use a process based on holistic community values. It is an approach that personalizes the offence by having victims and offenders mediate a restitution agreement – one that often involves the community. It considers crime and wrongdoing to be an offence against an individual or community.”

–‘Restorative justice agreement signed between DFO and Mi’kmaq Confederacy’,
Journal Pioneer, April 11, 2018

http://www.journalpioneer.com/news/local/restorative-justice-agreement-signed-between-dfo-and-mikmaq-confederacy-200981/

See also:
Doing The Crime, But Not The Time‘ (Widdowson):
“Linking jail to recidivism is a weak argument, considering that the native population is already being treated more leniently than non-aboriginals who commit violent offences. Contrary to the prevailing wisdom about aboriginal incarceration, aboriginal peoples are MORE likely to receive probation for aggravated assaults; and to be convicted of manslaughter, rather than first or second degree murder.

“They also generally receive shorter periods of detention than non-aboriginals with the same criminal history, and are less likely to receive life sentences for committing a homicide.”
https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAW/photos/a.336196793149227.59519.332982123470694/567640893338148/?type=1

Customary Justice — The Rights of the Stronger‘ (Widdowson):
“The actual distinction between aboriginal and European forms of justice is that the former is based on kinship relations, while the latter is determined by laws, enforced by the authority of the state on behalf of all members of the political community — regardless of their family status.”
https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAW/photos/a.336196793149227.59519.332982123470694/567986116636959/?type=1

Keeping Abuse In The Family‘ (Widdowson):
“Despite the unsubstantiated claims about idyllic pre-contact societies, evidence from the present generally indicates a complete disregard for the well-being of vulnerable members of the native population. Aboriginal communities today are dominated by powerful men, and many use their control over community politics to support male abusers and intimidate their victims. These men are also protected by organizations like the Assembly of ‘First Nations’ and its provincial equivalents, which derive their mandates from the heads of powerful families…”
https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAW/photos/a.336196793149227.59519.332982123470694/572569282845309/?type=1

Unequal Justice’ (Healing Lodges):
“In January, Catherine McKay received a sentence of 10 years for killing Chanda and Jordan Van de Vorst and their children, Kamryn and Miguire, while she was driving impaired. Jordan’s father, Lou Van de Vorst, expressed outrage this week after McKay was transferred to a healing lodge for ‘indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} women one month after she received her sentence…”
https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2017/02/26/unequal-justice/

https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAW/photos/a.336196793149227.59519.332982123470694/970705339698366/?type=3&theater

The Folly Of ‘Gladue’:
“Media reports have described Christine Mequish as “among the most dangerous women in the country”, a convicted killer with a record that includes 25 violent crimes since 1984. Last April, following an armed robbery conviction in La Tuque, Que., the 58-year-old was declared a dangerous offender — just the fourth Canadian woman ever designated as such.

“But while noting her “brutal behaviour” and the likelihood that she will again cause “death, serious abuse or serious psychological harm to other people”, the sentencing judge stopped short of ordering the indeterminate sentence requested by the Crown.

“The reason for the lighter sentence: Mequish is an aboriginal…”
https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/08/28/the-folly-of-gladue/

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1 Comment

  1. More and more, I see the Aboriginals getting away with crimes as in the Boushie/Stanley case. Why weren’t the Boushie crew charges and face court re: carrying a firearm in a stolen vehicle, assaulting a female farmer, terrorizing/traumatizing the three farmers whose farms they invaded/trespassed on, attempting to steal an ATV, bashing an owner’s vehicle and the list goes on?

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