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|The Canadian class action lawsuit is slowly progressing. This is a case against the police, gov’t, and health services that denied help to targets who complained of being gang stalked and harassed.
In conjunction, a Canadian-International human rights association has asked to see victim files that show denials-of-help. They are taking the matter seriously.
As of last Thursday, a British Columbia human rights association has also joined in and would like to see victims’ denials-of-help files and testimonies as well.
All this has occurred because we changed tactics and have gone after those who deny help rather than going after the perpetrators.
Come on Canadians! We have three sincere opportunities to not only get support, but to have OS legally recognized and, in turn, have the laws changed in our favour.
If there is not much interest, the offices that are willing to assist us will drop our cases; it will look like ti’s are unbothered by the crimes.
Several ti’s have shown disgruntlement because EH is not part of this endeavor; thus, they have decided not to partake. Note well that this is the first time multiple influential offices are ardently researching any element of our plight. Once these offices (human rights associations and a lawyer) grasp and tend OS matters, then EH will subsequently follow: OS and EH go hand in hand. Focusing on our most believable problems, on-heels stalking and harassment, is just the first step.
For details go to www.westcoast-oseh.com