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Other Alberta Locations / Re: Lyle and Marie McCann part 2
« Last post by jellybean on September 21, 2016, 03:36:09 PM »

It does not really matter in the end, people will believe what they want to believe.
This freemason b.s has been around for so long that it is difficult to set the records straight.
Those who watch this documentary (thanks Lost) of which I saw before, will say - oh this is a big lie - they are this and that etc.

Frankly I think their little rituals are very silly, and harmless.  Their rituals cannot conjure up evil - unless the viewer has a closed mind, and is looking for a form of voodoo and what not to begin with./jb

http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/secret-history-of-the-freemasons/

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A system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols, Freemasonry is considered by some to be a sinister organisation bent on world domination. Listen to what Freemasons themselves have to say about Freemasonry, learn the meaning of some of the most popular masonic symbols, and watch a real masonic initiation ceremony! You will see that Freemasonry is not an evil organisation but a benign brotherhood intent on personal and societal development.
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Other Alberta Locations / Re: Lyle and Marie McCann part 2
« Last post by jellybean on September 21, 2016, 03:06:32 PM »
I never completely shut the door on anything. If I had a mind set to be closed minded, I would not be on this site.  I would just accept everything as fact.

And as you may know, I question a lot of things.  Things that do not make any sense, or things that are troubling.

And the Vader case is Troubling = What is going on?
I noted that the lawyer who got Vader acquitted of the 9 charges works for Beresh's law firm.

As I had said before, Beresh is an excellent defense lawyer, and beware......He is like  a bull dog.  As I said, he takes on cases that no other lawyer would touch with a ten foot pole.

He hasn't won them all - but --- his clients probably end up with lesser sentences, than they would otherwise.

 Beresh is of the firm belief that every defendant deserves a good defense lawyer - regardless of their notoriety, or status in life.  And he is not shy on taking them on.

So, where will Vader end up?  Probably on the streets again.  Not because he is innocent, because of the judge. What were prior problems ?- withholding of evidence on the part of  witnesses and tardiness of the RCMP in turning over their records to the defense. I have just named a few....

If he does walk, it will be a lesson.  And I wonder if, perhaps Beresh may feel that they deserve one. Don't know about him, but I do!!

jb



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Other Alberta Locations / Re: Lyle and Marie McCann part 2
« Last post by lostlinganer on September 21, 2016, 02:50:45 PM »
Here are some facts;  I hope this is not deleted.    I don't mean to distract from the Mc Canns; but that has already been taken care of by the powers that be... albeit indirectly .... but it is being done!  I'm just stressing that without conspiracy theorists, corruption reigns supreme.  That is why we are programmed from birth, to ignore anything that is not put to us by the powers that be.... so we will be "hard pressed" to open our eyes.

http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/secret-history-of-the-freemasons/
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Canadians In Other Countries / Re: Harry Doyle - murdered in Philippines - 2013
« Last post by RubyRose on September 21, 2016, 01:46:11 PM »
The safety of the children would have to be of prime importance, too, I would think, Sap1.

Mr. Doyle probably did know exactly what he was dealing with but I, agree, it's possible she did not until she was in quite deep or at least she thinks these people believe she was in quite deep.  It's a pity Mr. Doyle didn't leave the Philippines at the first inkling of trouble.  I realize we are talking about a lot money but I don't believe it would be enough that it would be worth his life.  I imagine he still had enough to provide for a rainy day.
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Other Alberta Locations / Re: Lyle and Marie McCann part 2
« Last post by D1 on September 21, 2016, 01:31:14 PM »
The masons are not a necessary ingredient here on the whole. It was brought up in relation a specific question on a judge. It is but one example.. But in regard that and as you say JB, when you have family and a past that has seen the good side of masonary, naturally the rest is just thrown out as with any other ludicrous conspiracy theory. I too have had family members, but I've seen both sides. There was once a website titled the two faces of Masonary. Interesting read for those interested.

And that dreaded word/thought "conspiracy theory". Allow your mind to enter there and you may as well have thrown in the towel on logical or normal. There is a grain of truth contained in a lot of things, problem is its often wrapped up with the waay out there stuff and waay out there explanations which are very easily dismissed by most. You have to be very discerning with all that, separate the facts from the chaff. There are things to be learnt and things to be discarded in everything. Its not an all or nothing thing. Be prepared, you have to set personal fears and reservations aside knowing that its a quagmire of horse manure you have to wade through to find anything meaningful.

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When it comes to law - it is not infallible.  It has many flaws. That is why we have appeals.
That is why we have Supreme Courts to either appeal a conviction and/or to change our laws to better reflect today's society.  Honorable intentions never with any deviancy in mind.

Unless as ordered. They too must follow some rules and laws that are virtually under national security classification. Judges, Police and Press.. Reminds me of the judge who stepped down from the bench, chief of the appeals court, to become Shannon Murrin's lawyer after his acquittal in the Mindy Tran case. Highly unusual and which then resulted in an out of court settlement for an undisclosed amount of money for Shannon Murrin and his legal team. If it gets too big, its part of a bigger system that controls this across all the playing fields. Its not a type of corruption or lawlessness for which there is any recourse.

As in that article posted previously, note the term used.. "parallel system"

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The failure to disclose the secret early-release deals for informants appears to violate laws and regulations governing such arrangements and raises serious questions about public safety, Normandeau says."These violent offenders themselves are now concerned about this parallel system because it's gone too far," Normandeau said, adding that the offenders are concerned about the Beaudry and Henault cases."They were very dangerous guys, and they were let out anyway. The authorities are not protecting the public, and the administration of justice is being undermined because this is being hidden from the court," he said

And just a reminder, Vader too has a lawsuit filed and pending against the RCMP.

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I have learned, sometimes through harsh experience, that you can never totally rule anything out.

That's a good way of looking at things. Leave 1% open to change on anything, never completely shut the door but don't leave it wide open to everything either. Experience is the best teacher but somethings you just don't wish on your worst enemy.
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Other Alberta Locations / Re: Lyle and Marie McCann part 2
« Last post by RubyRose on September 21, 2016, 01:09:42 PM »
I often passed a Masonic Temple when I was in Saint John.  I had never thought of it in terms of being connected with anything sinister.  My deceased father-in-law was a Mason and I also know some Knights of Columbus members.  All seem like very ordinary folk to me.  That being said, I have learned, sometimes through harsh experience, that you can never totally rule anything out.
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General Discussion / Re: TV PROGRAMS UPCOMING FOR CASES ON UNSOLVED
« Last post by Sap1 on September 21, 2016, 01:09:36 PM »
JonBenet Ramsey was looked at again by a group of several experts in the forensic field. Very interesting indeed for the new and old eyes to take everything apart. Made me believe the crime area was staged.

 http://www.cbs.com/shows/the-case-of-jonbenet-ramsey/news/1005852/the-case-of-jonben-t-ramsey-experts-present-key-facts-and-evidence/
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Canadians In Other Countries / Re: Harry Doyle - murdered in Philippines - 2013
« Last post by Sap1 on September 21, 2016, 01:00:00 PM »
Jane was with Jerome in 2011, and in 2012 she was to have invitro fertilization from Jerome and this was to be Harry's and Jane's son? He may have been in jail at the time but friends with the others, and also worked for Harry. Convenient.

Jerome calls Jane, his Bhe which is Tagalog and means "baby". Stated in 2015 they would marry soon.
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Other Alberta Locations / Re: Lyle and Marie McCann part 2
« Last post by jellybean on September 21, 2016, 12:21:48 PM »
It is this Masonic conspiracy that bothers me.  There are TV programs that go to great lengths about the Masons - showing the architecture that alludes to masonic  intrigue, world class rulers, etc.  I find it is laughable.  This is often mixed in with the conspiracy that no one landed on the moon, that it is all a hoax. Climate change theory is also untrue.... and on it goes. Aliens helped with the bldg of the pyramids, etc. etc.
They were actually built by Egyptian stone masons.

The big topic today, is the Knights of the Templar....

Masons are a group of members who are Protestant.  Knights of Columbus are a group of members who are Catholics.

I have family members who are Masons.  And I have family members who are not. There is no difference between them. Either in their political views, religious views, or what have you.
In no way, have I ever found family Masonic members strange, mysterious or threatening to anyone.  In fact they give a lot to charity with no strings attached.

Yes, this is a very old organization, and yes, they wear these silly hats, and a large ring with the symbols of the tools of Masonry. Stone builders.

When it comes to law - it is not infallible.  It has many flaws. That is why we have appeals.
That is why we have Supreme Courts to either appeal a conviction and/or to change our laws to better reflect today's society.  Honorable intentions never with any deviancy in mind.

Having said all of that - there is corruption and lawlessness in our country.  Eventually, some of it is exposed, and that educates the public. Nothing is perfect, and the public should be aware that greed and power can corrupt in itself - and we don't sit back and let it slip by once we are aware of it. Eventually the truth leaks out.

Just my thoughts.

JB







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Canadians In Other Countries / Re: Harry Doyle - murdered in Philippines - 2013
« Last post by jellybean on September 21, 2016, 11:53:58 AM »
Jerome was the body guard and driver for Harry.  He was in jail on other charges when he was accused of murdering Doyle.

http://globalnews.ca/news/911426/philippine-police-arrest-suspected-gunman-in-harry-doyle-murder/


October 18, 2013 2:10 pm Updated: October 18, 2013 2:59 pm
Philippine police arrest suspected gunman in Harry Doyle murder

Philippines National Police (PNP) arrested Jeffrey “Opok” Parian on Tuesday in Surigao Del Norte province, two months after a warrant was officially issued for his arrest in the murder of Harry Doyle.


Global News
The 62-year-old man was gunned down in a resort area of Punta Bilar, near Surigao City, on Aug. 12, 2012.

Parian is one of four suspects in the murder, including his brother Jhonny Parian (who is still at large), Doyle’s driver and body guard Jerome Devocion (who is in police custody on other charges), and Doyle’s wife Erma “Jane” Udang Doyle.

In a release sent to Global News this week, police said Parian fired at officers with a Colt .45 calibre pistol when they came to serve the arrest warrant.

Officers apprehended him as he tried to run away. He remains in police custody.

Police had listed him as one of the “9 most wanted people in Surigao City.”

He was officially charged with Doyle’s murder on Aug. 15 of this year.

READ MORE: Philippine police confirm arrest warrants issued in murder of Fredericton man

Doyle’s wife was charged at the same time with “parricide” — the murder of a family member or spouse — and a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Jane Doyle has been living in Fredericton since arriving in Canada on Aug. 25, 2012, with her 12-year-old son (with Doyle) and pregnant with another son, whom she gave birth to in November.

PNP named her as one of the primary suspects in her husband’s murder a week later.

At the time, investigators said they believed she was having an “illicit relationship” with Devocion.


Devocion was charged with Doyle’s murder while already in police custody on other charges.

None of the allegations in the Doyle murder have been proven in court.

Doyle had lived in the Philippines for a number of years and owned a guest house called “Jane’s Lodge” in Surigao City, but he maintained a house in Fredericton,

The case in the Philippines was filed on behalf of Doyle’s sisters, Anne Doyle and Joan Doyle, who reside in Fredericton.

Jane Doyle has not commented publicly since being named a suspect in the case and numerous past attempts to reach her have been unsuccessful.

© 2013 Shaw Media

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