Friends of Alex and Paige

Canadian officials caught hiding the facts.

Canadian justice officials continue to break their own laws. In a letter recently sent by the deputy director of the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, the provincial government blames the federal government and continues to deny the right of disclosure to the family. That letter is available here and is featured in the documents section of this site.

The family began making demands for disclosure, something they are legally entitled to over a year and a half ago. Four times, judges ordered disclosure be made. It wasn't. It hasn't been. And the authorities responsible for upholding our laws and our systems of justice continue to deny this right to the family. Unfortunately, this is happening more and more across the country. Children are suffering needlessly as a result. Yet the officials continue to get away with it.

Make no mistake, this is happening because people are allowing it to happen. The lack of legacy media coverage of this fiasco, and the lack of uprising against this kind of tyranny, is what has given fuel to groups like the Anonymous to intervene and lay fire to Canadian authorities. It could be that the plight of this family has become little more than a reality television show to many Canadians, who have resigned themselves to the outrageous conduct of their governments. They tune in, watch the latest episode, and talk about it with their friends. Taking no action. Yet the struggle to survive continues for Alex, Paige and their Super Dad Clayton. From what this writer can see, Canadians get the governments they deserve, and some of us who make up the Friends of Alex and Paige will continue to lend every possible aid and comfort to the Anonymous because they seem to be the only ones striking back.


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