Message for federal Conservatives: Fantino as candidate = slap in the face to Caledonia victims

My message to the federal Conservative Party regarding the possibility that former OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino may seek the nomination for the party (images shown below were not included in my email):

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Sept 17/10

Dear Conservative Party of Canada:
1. I am writing to you as a lifelong Conservative supporter who gave up my career as a real estate broker 4 years ago to work full time as a volunteer trying to stop violence and OPP racial policing in Caledonia. I am the founder of the Caledonia Victims Project and editor of VoiceofCanada.ca. You can view my Caledonia ‘resume’ here:

HELPLESS: Caledonia's Nightmare of Fear and Anarchy, and How the Law Failed All of Us, by Christie Blatchford, release date Oct 26/10The story of Caledonia (and our work in speaking out for its victims) will be told in Christie Blatchford’s upcoming book, HELPLESS: Caledonia’s Nightmare of Fear and Anarchy, and How the Law Failed All of Us which will be released Oct 26/10. You can read more about it here:

2. I recently became aware of a National Post story (Tories eye Fantino to break Liberal hold on Toronto, Sept 02/10 [REPRINT]) suggesting that Julian Fantino may run as a candidate for the federal PCs. I can only hope this is not true, but if it is, I would like to make you aware of some salient facts: […]

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Mark Vandermaas
Editor, VoiceofCanada
Founder, Caledonia Victims Project
info@voiceofcanada.ca

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3 responses to “Message for federal Conservatives: Fantino as candidate = slap in the face to Caledonia victims

  1. “NO WAY!!!” I seriously hope he’s not vetted.

  2. There is nothing conservative about Fantino, of course if one does not consider his anti-gay stance as conservative. I don’t.

  3. Right on, Aaron.