Ret’d RCMP Sgt from Caledonia email to Conservative Party: Fantino nomination a “‘middle finger’ to every citizen who wishes for decency and the Rule of Law and Order”

Diane Finley brushes off Caledonia activists who want to meet to discuss illegal smokeshacks at CPC event (Harper visit), London, Ontario, Sept 02/10. When asked again at the Caledonia fair to grant a meeting, her staff rudely told us she would not meet with us until after the muncipal election and would not schedule a date.

Diane Finley brushes off Caledonia activists who want to meet to discuss illegal smokeshacks at CPC event (Harper visit), London, Ontario, Sept 02/10. When asked again at the Caledonia fair to grant a meeting, her staff rudely told us she would not meet with us until after the muncipal election and would not schedule a date.

A retired RCMP sergeant living in Caledonia named Bill Dietz has given his permission to publish a letter he emailed to Haldimand-Norfolk’s Conservative Party of Canada Member of Parliament – Cabinet Minister Diane Finley – in which he expressed his anger at the party’s decision to embrace Julian Fantino as the candidate in the riding of Vaughan.

His emails below explain why he decided to tear up his CPC membership and ‘Sustaining Donor’ cards.

It is important to note that, when Mr. Dietz wrote back to grant our request to publish, he made it clear he was not an ‘activist’ and had not participated in the various protests in Caledonia. I can assure readers that he has, indeed, played no role whatsoever in any protest that we have organized.

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Mark Vandermaas, Editor
VoiceofCanada
info@voiceofcanada.ca 

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