Caveman Canada’s misogynistic law & politics enables rape, yet again. Message to victims? Shut-up! Ontario drops appeal of Justice Beaudouin’s aquittals of Paul Batchelor, accused serial rapist; Ontario court grants him bail while he awaits trial on 9 new separate counts of sexual assault. What will Quebec court do?

If raped or frac’d and not rich or powerful, we get betrayed and abused by judges, lawyers, and the predator-led judicial industry

“When judges don’t know the meaning of rape, there is little hope of justice” never mind that some (one is too many) are racist misogynistic bigoted troglodytes in society’s “Upside Down of Patriarchy.”

Gillian Hnatiw, Canadian lawyer, female: “Fundamentally, the law is about power – who has it, who gets it, and how they are allowed to wield it. … Yet evidence of misogyny remains all around us. Lest anyone forget, there is a self-confessed sexual predator in the White House. … In Canada, we’re not faring a whole lot better…. All of our political leaders are men.”

Why wasn’t Nova Scotia legal profession’s most infamous sexual predator and Premier, Gerald Regan, disbarred? Simple: 1) He was a man in Caveman Canada; 2) He was a lawyer in Caveman Canada; 3) He was in a position of power in Caveman Canada; 4) “Justice” is not available for raped women (or the environment) in Caveman Canada, just expensive lawyers.

Misogynistic Justice. Rapist after rapist set free by Canadian judges. Think those judges will let you seek justice if your water is frac’d by Encana, covered-up by authorities with AER violating your Charter rights trying to terrify you into submissive silence, enabled by Supreme Court of Canada?

Cornwall, Canada: Pedophilia victims given large settlements to get rid of their lawsuits, including 16 against Catholic Church, in all possibly totaling $70-100 Million with some individuals getting less than $20,000. “The Inquiry found the Catholic Church, police, the Ontario government and the legal system all failed to protect children from sexual predators.”

Canadian misogynistic “justice” ensures rapist paradise. Accused serial rapist Paul Batchelor, let off by Justice Beaudoin (elevated to the bench by Harper gov’t), arrested after three new rape charges; now awaits trials involving nine women who don’t know one another.

Would Justice Robert Beaudoin have let the rapist off if his daughter was one of the women raped? Ontario Crown serves Paul Batchelor notice of appeal, claims trial judge made errors. Errors or misogyny?

“It’s the judges!” enabling rape and murder of women. No kidding. In Canada too.

Do you want fairness, equality, diversity, inclusion in Canada’s legal profession? In 2019, 85% of the legal profession in USA is white and mostly male. No wonder so many sexual assault victims are re-victimized in court by judges and known convicted pedophiles are granted licence to practice law! No wonder our environment is underrepresented and unjustly served with vile demented gag orders.

“Unf*ck the system.” Alberta’s Neanderthal “Justice” system assaults sexual assault victims. “The judge in this troubling case was none other than former Deputy Justice Minister Ray Bodnarek, a PC loyalist appointed as a judge by former PC Justice Minister Jonathan Denis who himself resigned under troubling allegations of domestic violence.” Commenter: “So who exactly is the crown protecting by blocking the publication of the victim’s name?” Another commenter: “My guess…..the ‘system’. It stinks and it’s all because of the judges & lawyers.”

Is Canada “a pedophile’s paradise?” Appeal court cuts child molester’s ‘unduly long and harsh’ sentence (too short to begin with given the lasting harms inflicted to children!) in half.

Investigation finds one of Australia’s most powerful men, “Sex Pest” former high court judge, Dyson Heydon, sexually harassed judicial clerks and women lawyers – WHILE HE WAS TOP JUDGE!

Enabling sexual predators? Enabling Canadian judges revictimizing sexual assault victims? Enabling Canada’s demented abusive legal system? Threatening sexual assault victims to keep silent? Galling, throw-women-back-into-the-cave statements to Criminal Lawyers’ Association by Canada’s Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin

Humanity on a roll – backwards: 91% of men, 86% of women hold at least one bias against women in relation to politics, economics, education, violence or reproductive rights. Almost one third of men and women think it’s OK for a man to beat his wife. How many think it’s OK for men to rape & murder women? Too many judges do.

Dear Nova Scotia: “Boys will be boys.” Call it by its name. White Male Terrorism. Misogynistic Violence. Femicides run rampant in rural Canada; Misogyny seethes in our politicians, the judges they appoint, our police, regulators, academia, the legal industry, oil & gas industry …

Accused serial rapist Paul Batchelor granted bail, but won’t be released without Gatineau judge’s consent, Paul Batchelor won’t be released from the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre until he also wins bail in Gatineau, where he’s accused of sexually assaulting three more women by Gary Dimmock, Jul 23, 2020, Ottawa Citizen

Accused serial rapist Paul Batchelor, 35, has been granted bail while awaiting trial on nine counts of sexual assault, but he won’t be getting out of jail right away.

Ontario Superior Court Justice Anne London-Weinstein granted him bail on Wednesday after Ottawa defence lawyer Oliver Abergel presented a plan under which Batchelor would live with his parents on the family farm in Warkworth, Ont., under house arrest with a GPS ankle-bracelet. The strict conditions ban him from being around “females” unless they are blood relatives and prohibit him from accessing the internet from any device with the exception that he’s allowed to watch Netflix. Why the hell is he allowed Netflix? Why not loan him a sewing machine, give him materials and order 50 coronavirus masks made daily for Canadian judges and staff to wear so that they can go back to court? What a frac’ing shit show! Letting Batchelor live at home protects no one but Batchelor. In my view of human nature and experiences of being repeatedly raped, parents of rapists/pedophiles are notorious for enabling them, like the LSO enables known convicted pedophiles (by granting them licence to practice law, providing them easy private access to children).

The judge said the bail plan was so firm that she would have granted Batchelor’s release even if the Ottawa Crown Attorney’s Office didn’t consent, which it did.

However, Batchelor won’t be released from the notorious Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre until he also wins bail in Gatineau, where he’s accused of sexually assaulting three more women the last time he was on bail. A Gatineau judge denied him bail earlier this year in those cases. If Gatineau prosecutors don’t consent to his release, Abergel will run a bail review with the hopes of securing his release.

Crown drops appeal of two verdicts against accused Sandy Hill serial rapist Paul Batchelor: Accused serial rapist set to go on trial in 2020

“Due to COVID-19, Mr. Batchelor has lost his ability to have a speedy trial through no fault of his own. All parties, including the court, Crown and defence, worked co-operatively to come up with a plan that takes into consideration the protection of complainants while also taking into account the rights of the accused. This is a very tough and strict bail and the public will be protected,” Typical Canadian Caveman Legal Bullshit! Home, tended by parents, and Netflix? It’s not tough or strict at all! It’s a cushy reward, just another judicial industry farce that shits on the rule of law and victims of rape. Abergel said.

The Ottawa Crown Attorney’s Office consented to Batchelor’s release to avoid further pre-trial delays. His Ottawa trial — involving six complainants — was originally scheduled for August, but has been postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Crown’s office had a concern that they could possibly lose the case due to unreasonable delays I expect our judicial industry has already put plans into motion to make sure Batchelor gets off, no matter what, given how Canadian judges, lawyers and politicians are when it comes to rape/sexual assault, even female judges., so in good faith it consented to his strict release plan after Batchelor waived his rights to ask for a stay because of unreasonable delay.

Batchelor was acquitted in two rape cases on June 21, 2019. He took the stand in his own defence, and, after his testimony, Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Beaudoin sided with his story that he had consent in both cases. His testimony differed wildly from that of the women, who detailed horrific accounts of rape in 2015 at Batchelor’s Sandy Hill apartment. One of them likened it to torture.

In both cases, the judge said, Batchelor had consent for all of the sexual activity and noted consent could be given through actions without speaking a single word. Both women testified they did not consent and did not remain silent, but rather protested loudly and screamed during what they described as violent attacks.

Weeks later, the Crown filed notices of appeal, but later abandoned them.

While Batchelor walked out of court with a big smile after he was acquitted in June, it wasn’t long before he was back in court. Several women came forward to police after this newspaper featured his photo and reported on his reputed modus operandi.

Batchelor is now facing trials involving nine complainants; six in Ottawa and three in Gatineau.

A former insurance salesman, Batchelor has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

COURTS: Crown drops appeal of acquittals of accused serial rapist, Paul Batchelar, 34, was aquitted in two rape cases last June 21 by Gary Dimmock, January 22, 2020, Ottawa Sun

Accused serial rapist Paul Batchelor has won yet another legal victory.

The Attorney General for Ontario has abandoned its appeal of Batchelor’s acquittals last June in two rape cases, according to filings at the Court of Appeal for Ontario.The Jan. 21 notice to “wholly abandon” the appeal is absent of explanation and comes months after top Ontario Crown attorneys served the former Ottawa insurance salesman with a notice of appeal. In that appeal notice, Crown attorneys claimed the trial judge made errors serious enough to warrant new trials.Batchelor, 34, was acquitted in two rape cases on June 21. He took the stand in his own defence, and after his testimony — led by defence lawyer Oliver Abergel — Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Beaudoin sided with his story that he had consent in both cases. His testimony differed wildly from that of the women, who detailed horrific accounts of rape in 2015 at Batchelor’s Sandy Hill apartment. One of them likened it to torture.

Those cases ended in acquittal, stunning prosecutors and police and launching much online rage, mostly directed at the judge’s comments about the complainants. There was a small protest outside the Elgin Street courthouse after the verdicts were reported. It didn’t surprise me in the least. J Beaudoin’s galling rapist-enabling words and behaviour to the harmed is typical of what’s wrong with our misogynistic judicial industry. Rape-enabling judges need to be removed from the bench.

In both cases, the judge said, Batchelor had consent for all of the sexual activity and noted consent could be given through actions without speaking a single word. Both women testified they did not consent and did not remain silent, but rather protested loudly and screamed during what they described as violent attacks.

Weeks later, the Crown filed notices of appeal but earlier this week abandoned the appeals in both cases.

“We are extremely pleased that there is finality to the acquittals of Mr. Batchelor on these very serious allegations,” Abergel said. “Mr. Justice Beaudoin, in his reasons for judgment, was very thorough and careful in his analyses and we applaud the Crown for not pursuing this appeal.

“I wish to remind members of the public that Mr. Batchelor has never been convicted in any of this and he looks forward to vigorously defending his upcoming matters before the court.”

While Batchelor walked out of court with a big smile after he was acquitted in June, it wasn’t long before he was back in court.

Several women came forward to police after seeing newspaper reports that featured his photo and documented his reputed modus operandi. Three of the women reported that they were sexually assaulted by Batchelor while he was out on bail awaiting trial for the two unrelated cases that ended in acquittals in June.

In all, Batchelor is now facing trials involving nine complainants. According to police, the alleged sexual assaults happened in Ottawa and Gatineau.

Batchelor, who is in jail awaiting trial, has pleaded not guilty to all charges, which have not been tested in court.

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What’s with so many judges not keeping their lips together? Protecting rape & pedophilia rings? How are citizens to trust & respect judges with so many bad lips on the bench? “That judge didn’t care about me,” Julie Kirby, 23, one of Keith Vallejo’s victims said Friday. “He only cared about the person he was convicting, and I think that is really kind of despicable.”

New Jersey Judge James Troiano Wouldn’t Try Accused Rapist as an Adult Because He Comes From a “Good Family,” Yet another judge more concerned about an alleged rapist’s future than the victim’s safety by Brittney McNamara, July 3, 2019, Teen Vogue

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Family court judge James Troiano in New Jersey ruled a 16-year-old accused of raping a girl the same age should not be tried as an adult because he comes from a good family and is “clearly a candidate for not just college but probably for a good college,” the New York Times reports. In the 2018 decision, the judge also said the alleged attack was not rape, despite the boy having allegedly called it that himself.

According to the Times, an appeals court has reversed Judge Troiano’s 2018 Superior Court decision, but not before Troiano joined a spate of judges who have recently been called out for seemingly protecting accused rapists and sexual assaulters, rather than their alleged victims.

The 16-year-old boy, identified only as G.M.C. in the decision, was accused of raping a girl who was visibly intoxicated at a house party. He allegedly filmed the act, and shared the video with his friends. According to the Times, the boy shared the video via text, saying, “When your first time having sex was rape.” (According to court documents, the boy later texted his friends saying it wasn’t rape.) Still, Troiano said in his decision that he was hesitant to call the alleged act rape, seeming to define “traditional” rape as an attack by “generally two or more generally males” in which they hold the victim “at gunpoint or weapon,” and are “just simply taking advantage of the person as well as beating the person, threatening the person.” !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wonder how often this judge raped others; I wonder more often how many judges, and the politicians that appoint them, rape others. I expect judicial benches are loaded with serial abusers/rapist/pedophiles. Is the judicial industry any different than the religious industry when it comes to abuse of power?

The state of New Jersey defines all levels of rape as sexual assault, and defines sexual assault as “the penetration, no matter how slight, in which physical force or coercion is used or in which the victim is physically or mentally incapacitated.” A judge that doesn’t read?

The judge also wondered whether the accuser had considered that she might be ruining her alleged attacker’s future by reporting to the police, according to the Times, and waxed poetic about the boy’s potential.

“[T]his young man comes from a good family who put him into an excellent school where he was doing extremely well,” Troiano said, according to court documents. “He is clearly a candidate for not just college but probably for a good college. His scores for college entry were very high.”

This case calls to mind the ruling against former Stanford student Brock Turner, in which Judge Aaron Persky said “a prison sentence would have a severe impact” on the convicted sexual assaulter, instead sentencing him to only six months in jail — of which Turner only served three.

When he was convicted, headlines touted Turner as an “all-American swimmer” rather than a man convicted of sexual assault, and much attention was paid to his image that some said didn’t fit the typical profile of a rapist. At the time, Turner’s father issued a character-witness letter to the judge mourning the loss of his son’s future, saying prison was a “steep price to pay for 20 minutes of action.”

In 2016, the same year Turner was convicted, a judge in Colorado sentenced Austin Wilkerson, a former University of Colorado student, to two years in jail after he was convicted of sexually assaulting another student. During that trial, Wilkerson’s attorneys argued that a strict sentence would have an impact on his future.

But as some judges continue to protect the futures of convicted rapists and sexual assaulters rather than consider the impact of the assault on the victim’s future, the statement the victim in the Stanford case made speaks volumes:

“My independence, natural joy, gentleness, and steady lifestyle I had been enjoying became distorted beyond recognition. I became closed off, angry, self deprecating, tired, irritable, empty. The isolation at times was unbearable. You cannot give me back the life I had before that night either. While you worry about your shattered reputation, I refrigerated spoons every night so when I woke up, and my eyes were puffy from crying, I would hold the spoons to my eyes to lessen the swelling so that I could see,” she said. “My life was put on hold for over a year, my structure had collapsed.”

“Your life is not over, you have decades of years ahead to rewrite your story,” she continued. “The world is huge, it is so much bigger than Palo Alto and Stanford, and you will make a space for yourself in it where you can be useful and happy…. You have been convicted of violating me, intentionally, forcibly, sexually, with malicious intent, and all you can admit to is consuming alcohol. Do not talk about the sad way your life was upturned because alcohol made you do bad things. Figure out how to take responsibility for your own conduct.”

After the endless rapes and assaults that happened to me by the time I was nine, I shrank from life. I have not lived since, I instead learned to survive, hellish day and night after hellish day and night, hellish year by hellish year. The smells, the rips, the blood, the semen, the nightmares and horrifying memories, the physical damages to my body never fade, they just get worse as my life passes me by. I find it soul destroying to see cowardly filthy-minded judges, prosecutors, police, politicians, priests, teachers, management etc protecting and enabling rapists while trivializing victims … as if we were carcasses.

Bullying Canadian Caveman seeks judicial review to stay on the bench. Ex-Alberta-judge, Donald Norheim, appointed to the bench 27 years ago, seeks judicial review of losing his job because of his “completely inappropriate” beliefs, behaviours involving his views on Indigenous people and women, notably victims of domestic and sexual assault.

Know my Name. A Memoir. Chanel Miller. Horrific Sexual Assault. “Rape is rape.” Another Judge Protecting the Rapist. Magnificent Courage. Magnificent Writing.

“Unconscionably Unjust!” “Beyond the Pale!” Legal gag at it’s most vile: Protecting known multimillionaire pedophile Epstein and entire network, aided & abetted by? Lawyers! “Non-prosecution deal” gave Epstein and his pedophile ring immunity from all federal charges. How many churches & law societies? Will lawyers & judges hammer out another humdinger of a gag to make sure the world never finds out?

Over the legal industry top! Jeffrey Pagliuca, lawyer for Ghislaine Maxwell, asked judge presiding over her sex crimes case to impose a gag order on lawyers and more (the victims?). Wanna bet the judge grants the gag?

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