Monday, May 6, 2019


How can it be that a Canadian woman who never broke a law could be kidnapped, have her property stolen and have extortion held over her head to set her free? The most disturbing part of this story is not the police officer that enforced a law that did not exist that deprived this woman of her freedom and property?  This story is from last year but it is as relevant today as it was then.

Here is the problem. Not only did the arresting officer not know that Georgia recognizes Canadian drivers licenses, but the jail that booked her, the Judge that set her bail, and thus the entire system conspired to commit kidnapping and theft for profit, based on ZERO substantive evidence that any crime had been committed. To me that sounds like a RICO case. As well it should be. Just because a process has been streamlined does not mean we should not throw all of these people out on their asses when they violate the rights of an individual. This case may have been resolved but it was not done fairly if that officer keeps her job and the Judge is still on the bench. Being sloppy and negligent or at worst complicit in a for profit scam, either way is immoral and unacceptable.

Tom Lacovara-Stewart

RTR Truth Media

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