This post has nothing to do with Patrick or Desiree. This post is about something much more interesting than a couple of yahoos who hate each other.
Here’s the thing, in the CBC story – by Natalie Clancy and Yvette Brend (hey, give credit where credit is due, right), they very clearly stated:
In July 2015, Fox was arrested and the RCMP recommended a charge of criminal harassment. The Crown did not approve the charge and Fox was released.
With me so far? So according to Miss Clancy, the RCMP recommended that the prosecutor (I know you call it “the Crown” up here but I just can’t get used to that) proceed with prosecution on a charge of criminal harassment, and that it was the prosecutor that decided not to proceed.
But here’s I get confused. In my hand I’m holding a copy of the actual RCMP report. And, on page 4, the Constable wrote – and I’m quoting here:
There is no criminal offence being committed
So, according to Miss Clancy, the RCMP recommended a charge of criminal harassment even though in their report they conceded that no crime had been committed? Say what? Is someone on crack here?
So, Miss Clancy and the fine folks at CBC – who I’m sure always check their facts – would have us believe that it was the prosecutor alone who made the horrendous decision not to throw Patrick in prison for the rest of his life. Somehow all of this just doesn’t seem very kosher.
I would propose, the more likely scenario was that the RCMP spoke with Patrick; looked at some of Desiree’s emails; realized how much of her allegation was completely false; and concluded she’s just a bitch that wants this website taken down because it’s pissing off her boyfriend.
Either way, I think their report pretty much sums it up. I think this also goes to show that we really need to second guess every other detail of the story that’s been published in the media.
And I’m sure I’m not doing myself any favors by publishing this but fuck it! Free speech and all that shit, right? Power to the people, bitches!