Is the Ontario Government tied to mobsters????? … updated!

Posted: September 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

Here’s a question that HAS TO BE answered!

An ex RCMP Officer claims that like Quebec politics, Ontario politics has also been infiltrated by gangsters.

Why would a respectable RCMP official put his neck on the line with an accusation as serious as this unless there is much more to the story than just having a “denial” by Dalton himself and then hoping the story will quietly go away?

One other question here is “to what AUTHORITY” should this be reported to?……………McGuinty’s OPP?

UPDATE:

Mafia group top threat in GTA, RCMP says

September 19, 2012 ROBERT CRIBB, PETER EDWARDS, ROB FERGUSON and JULIAN SHER
Star Staff

A little-known Mafia organization called the ’Ndrangheta has risen to a “Tier 1” national threat, says the RCMP’s top Mafia-hunter in Ontario.

The risk assessment of the increasingly powerful group , whose Canadian power base is in the GTA, is based on criteria that includes, “corruption, scope, violence, infiltration, sophistication, expertise, subversion, strategy, discipline, insulation, multiple enterprises, group cohesiveness, (and) monopoly,” Supt. Kevin Harrison said in an exclusive interview with the Toronto Star and Radio-Canada.

“Part of the reason that they are (so powerful) is because of the influence that they have economically,” Harrison said. “And that’s not something that hits you in the face like a body bleeding on the sidewalk like you have in Montreal. They are very savvy, they run under the radar in terms of public notoriety but yet they are so pervasive in the economy.

Harrison’s comments come as the Charbonneau Inquiry in Montreal probes links between organized crime, politicians and the construction industry.

He noted that in Italy the ’Ndrangheta is considered more powerful than the better-known Sicilian Mafia.

“Certainly in Italy they are the pinnacle,” Harrison said. “That translates to their rise and significance here in Canada.”

Ben Soave, who retired in 2004 as chief superintendent in charge of the RCMP’s organized crime unit in Ontario, told the Star and Radio-Canada that while Mafia groups in the GTA have a “much lower profile . . . they’re probably more active than in Quebec.”

“They can operate as effectively and be as damaging as what they’re doing in Montreal,’ he said.

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Former Mountie claims organized crime infiltrating Ontario politics

September 18th, 2012

Former Mountie claims organized crime infiltrating Ontario politics

ONTARIO PREMIER DALTON MCGUINTY SAID THE ASSERTION SHOULD BE MADE TO AUTHORITIES, NOT REPORTERS.

Credits: Veronica Henri/Toronto Sun/QMI Agency

JONATHAN JENKINS | QMI AGENCY

WATERLOO, Ont. — A retired Mountie’s suggestion that Ontario politics has been penetrated by organized crime needs to be made to authorities — not reporters, Premier Dalton McGuinty insisted Tuesday.

“If there are serious and warranted allegations, they need to be made in a substantive way, not through the media,” McGuinty said as he attended the International Plowing Match in Roseville, near Waterloo.

“I have no reason to believe that they would want to keep this quiet and confidential if it is in fact grounded in reality.”

McGuinty was reacting to comments from retired RCMP chief superintendent Ben Soave, who told a Radio-Canada show that Quebec’s problems with political corruption — the subject of a public inquiry — are also occurring in Ontario.

“They have the same problem, the same corruption. One finds the same groups linked to organized crime. They are just more discrete,” Soave told the Quebec TV show.

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