Corrupt ex-cop Kozak was CHRC investigator in Catholic Insight case
The eighteen month nightmare imposed by the Canadian "Human Rights" Commission on Catholic Insight and its editor, Fr. Alophnse de Valk, is finally over. Like the CHRC's dismissal of the Canadian Islamic Congress's "Islamophobia" case against Maclean's magazine last week -- after dragging them through a slow and costly process too -- the CHRC's decision to abandon the "homophobia" charges against Catholic Insight must be seen for what it is: an attempt by the corrupt CHRC to get out of the media spotlight, and reduce the political pressure that is mounting for its abolition.
The CHRC is already being squeezed by three independent investigations, including including a criminal investigation by RCMP into the CHRC's conduct. The negative press they have been receiving for their anti-Catholic bigotry was simply too much for them to bear. So Fr. de Valk can go.
Is it a victory for him? Only if a $20,000 legal bill and eighteen months of abuse of process can be called a victory. Their nominal tormenter, Rob Wells, isn't out a dime -- not for his costs (paid for by taxpayers) or Fr. de Valk's costs (paid for by Fr. de Valk). But Wells is only the informer who fingered Fr. de Valk; were it not for the abusive CHRC, Wells couldn't do anything other than be a lone, powerless anti-Catholic bigot -- reduced to literally driving his vehicle in circles around churches, emblazoned with hate messages comparing Catholics to Nazis. That's actually what he does. That's stupendously vile; but it shouldn't be illegal. For such a bigot to be given access to the power of the state, via the CHRC, to legally prosecute his anti-Christian vendetta for a year and a half against Fr. de Valk is not just repulsive, it's a political scandal for which Jennifer Lynch's head should roll.
And what of the lesson that the CHRC's anti-Chritian bullies have taught the rest of the nation? Even if you do nothing illegal, you can still be effectively fined $20,000 by the bullies of the CHRC.
Oh, and speaking of lawless bullies, wouldn't you know it: The CHRC's investigation into Fr. de Valk and Catholic Insight was done by none other than Sandy Kozak, the rogue cop drummed out of the Carleton Place Police force for dating a criminal who was under investigation by that same police force.
"Irony" is not a strong enough word to describe the absurd situation of Kozak, a crooked cop who violated the public trust, "investigating" Fr. de Valk, by all accounts a saintly senior citizen with no crimes to his name other than having a strong Catholic faith. And Wells, the demonizer of Christians, was the seed crystal for all of it. Disgusting.
Here is a copy of the CHRC's terse letter telling Fr. de Valk that he was free to go -- $20,000 lighter.
Fire. Them. All.
P.S. I just noticed an additional layer of incompetence, like icing on a cake of corruption: in the CHRC's letter to Fr. de Valk, they named his tormentor as "Paul Wells", not Rob Wells. I guess they just have Maclean's magazine on their mind down in the CHRC's bunker.