Taking pictures in Canada is a crime according to the dirty Crown Prosecutor Marcel lehouillier

Filming in public isn’t a crime

well the Dirty Crown Prosecutor Marcel lehouillier wants to throw a innocent man in jail for public photography because some Bitch at e-comm got butt for someone taking pictures,

Under bc crown manual Dirty Crown Prosecutor Marcel lehouillier as broken the law by not giving me things have requested

An accused has a constitutional right to full and timely disclosure by the Crown. Crown
Counsel must make disclosure according to law. As a general principle, Crown Counsel has
an ongoing obligation to disclose all relevant material in the possession or control of the
Crown, whether it is inculpatory or exculpatory. This duty is subject to the Crown’s
discretion to refuse to disclose information that is protected by privilege or clearly irrelevant.
Crown Counsel should bear in mind that the threshold for relevance is low. If there is any
doubt as to the relevance of information it must be disclosed to the accused. An assessment
of relevance for the purposes of disclosure should be guided by the following principles:
 relevance is defined in terms of its potential usefulness to the defence
 information is relevant if it can be used in making a decision which may affect the
conduct of the defence such as whether to call evidence or conduct further investigations
 relevant information includes not only information related to those matters the
Crown intends to adduce in evidence against the accused, but also any information
in respect of which there is a reasonable possibility that it may assist the accused in
the exercise of the right to make full answer and defence
 information is relevant if there is a reasonable possibility that it may be used by the
defence either in meeting the case for the Crown or advancing a defence
Crown Counsel has some discretion about the timing of disclosure. In all cases, that
discretion should be exercised so as to ensure that the prosecution can proceed without
unreasonable delay. Disclosure is an obligation which continues throughout the prosecution.
Examples of Material that is Generally Disclosed
What follows is a non-exhaustive list of the information Crown Counsel must generally
provide to the defence in every case where it is available and regardless of whether the
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Crown intends to refer to it or adduce it at trial. Crown Counsel must exercise
professional judgment to determine the manner and degree of disclosure that is
necessary and appropriate in a particular case. In particular, Crown Counsel must ensure
that any editing of materials disclosed is restricted to only those individual pieces of
information that are clearly irrelevant, privileged, or necessary to ensure witness safety.
Where available, the accused should generally be provided with the following:
 a copy of the charging document
 narrative of the circumstances surrounding the offence
 copies of all notes made by members of the investigative agency relating to the offence
 copies of all written statements made by persons with relevant information relating
to the offence. If no written statements were made, any notes taken or made by
investigators present or conducting interviews of these persons should be disclosed.
If no notes were taken, the accused should be provided with a will-say summarizing
the anticipated evidence of these persons
 copies of, or an appropriate opportunity to privately view and listen to, any audio or
videotaped statements made by any witnesses. The nature and circumstances of the
case and of the witness statement will guide Crown Counsel in determining which of
these alternatives is most appropriate and the scope of any undertakings that should
be obtained to protect legitimate privacy interests
 copies of all written, audio or videotaped statements made by the accused including
any notes taken or made with respect to the statements
 particulars of the criminal record of the accused and, if appropriate, any co-accused
 copies of any expert reports relating to the offence, except to the extent that they
contain irrelevant or privileged information, whether helpful to the Crown or not.
Crown Counsel should be mindful of the notice provisions set out in section 657.3 of
the Criminal Code if an expert is to be called as a witness or their report is to be
tendered as evidence
 copies of all relevant documents, photographs, and audio or videotapes of anything
other than a statement of a person, whether or not Crown Counsel intends to
introduce them as exhibits in court
 copies of any search warrants relied on by the Crown, the Informations in support,
and a list of any items seized pursuant to the warrants
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 an appropriate opportunity to inspect any items seized or acquired during the
investigation of the offence that are relevant to the charges against the accused
 if intercepted private communications will be tendered, a copy of the judicial
authorization or written consent under which private communications were intercepted
 similar fact evidence that Crown Counsel intends to rely on at trial
 particulars of any procedures used to identify the accused outside of court, and any
information that may bear on the reliability of identification evidence relied on by
the Crown
 upon request, information about the criminal records of material Crown or defence
witnesses whose credibility is in issue
 any information in the possession or control of Crown Counsel that the defence may
use to impeach the credibility of a Crown witness in respect of the facts in issue in a
case, including any prior inconsistent statements or subsequent recantations, the
particulars of any benefit or advantage discussed with, promised to, or received by a
witness, or any other information known by Crown Counsel to be relevant to the
reliability or credibility of the witness
 any additional relevant information received or materially inconsistent statements
made by a witness during an interview by Crown Counsel in preparation for trial, in
which case the police will generally take a new statement from the witness for the
purpose of disclosure or, if inconsistencies are minor or there is insufficient time
before a trial, Crown Counsel may provide a letter to defence counsel or make
disclosure verbally

Under Canadian criminal law, prosecutors must hand over any evidence they have that could be relevant to a case, even if it reduces the chances of getting a conviction. That evidence — which can include documents, recordings, emails, photos and other material — is known as Crown disclosure.

Emails from Dirty Crown Prosecutor Marcel lehouillier saying he will not give me my full disclosure

So theses pictures were send to me by a friend who was around e-comm today taking pictures in a public place and i am very shocked no one called the cops on my friend for public photography

dirty Crown Prosecutor Marcel lehouillier needs to understand taking pictures in Public isnt a crime and the e-comm gal lori pike needs to learn about Public photography

i want to ask Lori Pike this question did i do the following things under the criminal code of Canada because the answer is No and lying in a police report is a criminal offence

No description available.

Over the weekend i was out in Public taking pictures and i don’t see any criminal charges being applied to me for doing my Job but dirty Crown Prosecutor Marcel lehouillier wants to jail me for standing up for my rights

Here is the 2019 false arrest video for filming on a public side walk and i am charged with the same bs crime




April 27th 2021 video and i wasn’t breaking any laws but dirty Crown Prosecutor Marcel lehouillier and e-comm lori pike think i was breaking the law which i wasnt

From the Toronto Police service Lori Pike needs to learn you cant call the Feeling police to have me arrested for snapping pictures

So what are your rights?

Legally, you’re out of luck. A stranger taking your picture in a public space doesn’t break any laws, according to the Toronto Police Service.

“You can kindly ask them to please not take the photograph and to delete it from their phone,” said Const. Jenifferjit Sidhu. “However, it’s not a criminal offence.

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My Name is Donald Smith I am the co founder of News Now Canada Independent Media photographer/ Blogger Where I go out Take pictures and blog what I see what is happening in the Real world

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