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Statistics show stalking rising rapidly
Thursday, November 30, 2000, Adrian Humphreys, National Post
Actually this is not what the report itself shows....just what a poltical interpreation of some numbers that is obvisously quite incorrect. The majority of "stalking" (which is actually crinminal harassment but only where the police lay charges) is between cohabitting couples in their own houses. How do you stalk when you belong there? The article just regurgitates bull blab.

Man beaters behind closed doors
Sunday, November 19, 2000, Melanie Phillips, The Sunday Times
More truth about the violence by women against men. It actually understates many of the stats.

Train AGs in Rudimentary Law
Monday, November 13, 2000, Rob Martin, Law Times
The legal profession pans Bill 117. Professor Martin missed the many of the people who spoke against this draconian bill, but his analysis is correct. The government of Mike Harris is seeking to turn the "justice" system in the province of Ontario back before the Magna Carta, back to the Dark Ages of Europe of a thousand years ago -- with the complete support of the other parties in the legislature. These people should be subject to their own proposed laws.
Men 'one phone call' from total destruction'
Saturday, November 4, 2000, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
Mr. Brown who attended the last day of hearings on Bill 117 speaks of the danger. More on Bill 117 and the great miscarriage of justice it represents can been found in the Ontario Legislature section of the site.

Dell's daughter tells of 'weird' conversation
Thursday, November 30, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Dell urged daughter to lie, court hears
Wednesday, November 29, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Father falsely accused of sexual abuse, girl testifies. Terrified child used as a weapon.
Accused killer intently watches tape of herself
Tuesday, November 28, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Dell likes herself on tape.
Housemate lied, murder suspect says
Tuesday, November 28, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Pot calls the kettle black....but of course she did blacken her, didn't she.
Judge says no to voice from beyond the grave
Saturday, November 25, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Well, if you kill the witnesses, that's just OK to this judge. You doubt that this judge is going out of his way not to convict?
Lover 'had reason' to lie
Friday, November 24, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Murdered witness against husband-killer Dell is called "vengeful". What a crowd!
Man's last words tell of great love
Thursday, November 23, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Men feel more deeply again it seems.
Court hears dying man's final thoughts
Thursday, November 23, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
The poor deluded guy never knew what hit him, or what an evil woman this was. (Love blindeth).
Ex-lover haunts murder trial
Wednesday, November 22, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Accused killer practised 'weird' rituals'
Wednesday, November 22, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Killer fancied herself a modern day witch.
Trial hears voice from grave
Tuesday, November 21, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
Ex-lover 'testifies' from the grave
Tuesday, November 21, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Murdered Witness's video tape.
Judge discharges jury in murder trial
Tuesday, November 7, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Dell gets desired trial by judge alone. Judges are so much more inclined to use gender as the basis for their decisions.
Killaloe woman pleads not guilty in husband's killing
Tuesday, October 3, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Cherrylle Dell pleads not guilty to the murder of her ex-husband in poisoning by anti-freeze case. We will follow this one.
'Mrs. Robinson' slew hubby, ex-lover: Cops
Wednesday, March 15, 2000, Jason Cumming, Toronto Sun
"A bisexual "Mrs. Robinson" allegedly laces her hubby's wine with antifreeze and then is accused of convincing a teen to kill her former lesbian lover on the eve of a trial where she was to be the star witness."
Woman faces second murder charge in death of female friend
Tuesday, March 14, 2000, Joanne Laucius, National Post
One husband, one lesbian lover killed. Hmmm....looks like a sentence for the lover's murder is coming.

20 years' jail for envious killer
Thursday, November 30, 2000, The Age (Melbourne)
Got convicted of killing the woman. Must be OK, she had a self-image problem. This is worth some collateral damage.
A deadly fantasy
Thursday, November 30, 2000, Sue Cant, The Age (Melbourne)
Woman jailed for teenager's murder
Wednesday, November 29, 2000, The Age (Melbourne)
22 year-old drugs and strangles a 15 year because she wanted to become the 15 year old.

Many children in poor mental health
Thursday, November 30, 2000, Darren Gray, The Age (Melbourne)
This is a little below the average for Canada -- and we don't even get close to caring.

Working women come home to 'second shift'
Thursday, November 30, 2000, Chloe Saltau, The Age (Melbourne)
The old line played in OZ.

Police charge mother with attempted murder
Wednesday, November 29, 2000, The Globe and Mail
Hmmm...another attempted murder suicide. Does this get on the list?

Crime of stalking on rise, Statscan says
Thursday, November 30, 2000, Timothy Appleby, The Globe and Mail
Globe...a day later and still the same problem.
Stalking cases on rise, Statscan says
Wednesday, November 29, 2000, Melanie Seal, The Globe and Mail
Of course, stalking -- all "criminal harassment" was considered as stalking for this gem of trash -- is a women's crime for which men are generally charged. However, if the Globe had bothered to read the report, they would see that most "stalking" takes place in the matrimonial home between co-habitting spouses. You get the feeling that these turkeys are measuring something else.

Bullies push their victims to suicide
Monday, November 27, 2000, Caroline Alphonso, The Globe and Mail
Girls bullied by girls. Bullies seem to the gender that can no longer be disciplined, or held responsible.

Detective posing as hit man foiled plan to murder family
Saturday, November 25, 2000, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
She wanted her parents beat to death -- painfully.

Most-wanted parents posted on Alberta Web
Tuesday, November 21, 2000, The Globe and Mail
You think that this is about the parents who abuse their child and their former partners with access denial? or alienation? Think again.

Mother charged in toddler's death
Monday, November 20, 2000, The Globe and Mail
Beaten from the sounds of it.

Woman found guilty of murdering her lover
Saturday, November 18, 2000, The Globe and Mail
With a hatchet to the head...but, of course, women never do that.

What's up with this gender gap?
Tuesday, November 14, 2000, Donna Laframboise, National Post
"Women need to take their political responsibilities more seriously." Women tend to vote for big government because some of them want somthing/someone big and strong to look after them.

Christian values often a disguise for intolerance: Supreme Court judge
Friday, November 10, 2000, Richard Foot, National Post
The Supreme Court robes a sure indicator of injustice and intolerance, unfortunately, in htis country. Read on and see bigotry in motion by the SC hacks.

Mother charged with locking child in car boot
Thursday, November 9, 2000, John Glionna, The Age (Melbourne)
Mom kept child in trunk while working instead of paying a baby sitter. Thank heaves for the male co-worker who reported her. Of course, the (female) police officer tries to downplay the incident: "Is this the desperate measure of a worried mother or just one big lack of thought." Those nuturing skills that are supposed to be automatic seemed to have missed here.

Suicide mum executes kid
Tuesday, November 7, 2000, Andy Russell, The Sun.
Stabbed her kids -- a murder suicide on a relationship breakdown. It is not only men who go crazy.

Tot baked to death in car
Tuesday, November 7, 2000, The Sun
Sun tan or baby, sun tan or baby.....sun tan!! Baby dead.

More women prisoners
Sunday, November 5, 2000, Padraic Murphy, The Age (Melbourne)
The rationalisation here is amazing, and incorrect. The police largely have ignored female crimes against the person, preferring to arrest any closeby man instead. It is now the most rapidly growing crime across the entire western world ; since they have run out of men to arrest, they are being forced to arrest women. Is the actual incidence of crime any higher? It does not appear so, just the arrests.

Who cares wins
Sunday, November 5, 2000, Margarette Driscoll, The Sunday Times
It is a shame that the chance of a man getting custody of his children after divorce is irrelevant as to whether he fights for it or not. The courts just don't look at most situations. 'But the simple fact that I was a man wanting to continue to care for my child was seen as somehow perverse.'

Cain vows to scrap quotas
Saturday, November 4, 2000, Daniel McHardie, The Ottawa Citizen
Gloucester mayor Claudette Cain promises to stop discriminatory hiring practices in the fire department that result in incompetant fire fighters.

Study: Women stop breast-feeding to please husbands
Saturday, November 4, 2000,
Of course, what is the most interesting is that this is the reason women give -- the men actually indicated that they preferred her to keep breast-feeding. I think that this doctor needs to examine cultural realities -- do women not understand man, or are men just a convenient excuse for women to do what they want?

What does 'W.' read after the Bible?
Saturday, November 4, 2000, Donna Laframboise, National Post
An interesting sounding book.

Ontario: America's Most Wanted to feature alleged abduction
Friday, November 3, 2000, National Post
Triplets kidnapped from Stratford not the subject of a continent wide search.

Complaints about 'anti-male' judges growing: council
Thursday, November 2, 2000, Luiza Chwialkowska, National Post
The Canadian Judicial Council sees the results of the biased court decisons, but of course do nothing to preserve justice in this country.

Tests show Ontario pupils struggling with the basics
Friday, November 3, 2000, Richard Foot, National Post
As the emphasis in education is purposefully changed to accentuate what girls are best in (e.g. reading) and to drop what boys are good in (e.g. science), is there any doubt that marks will drop as the boys are disenfranchised? But isn't that Janet Ecker's objective?

Assistance offered for people in family court
Thursday, November 2, 2000, Dawn Walton, The Globe and Mail
A booklet....I wonder if its says "Give up, then give everything forever." After all, only the lawyers, psychologists and judges win.

Modern divorce: He got the air points and I got the shaft
Thursday, November 2, 2000, Richard Foot, National Post
Lawyers take greed to a new level.

Ontario's Crown attorneys win pay raise of 30 per cent
Wednesday, November 1, 2000, Richard Mackie, The Globe and Mail

Err...that other one was pieces of silver, right?

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