This webpage is created by me, paid for by me and it takes a lot of work to do this you probably never work harder than when you are trying to save your own life.
I really don't think that's work. At this point, there’s nowhere else to go really.
My name is Shelley, Tundra is my real life service dog and this is a webpage I created for reasons that few could understand. I guess you could say Tundra also gives me this outlet to express my frustration. As I have said on my website my career was a visual artist. I' don't know how to unbe someone who creates visual art. Tundra as well as myself has been very badly exploited.
Nothing on this webpage about me is for sale or to be exploited, but some would wonder. If you'd like to buy something from me you can visit shelleyleach.com. After abuse you go through safety planning, here's the truth, you can take all the measures you want but if someone is going to hurt you they will do it anyway. Another thing is online safety, you know, don't use your real name, cover your tracks, but in some cases exactly the opposite is required and this is one of those cases. I'm not here becasue I want to be, I'm here because I have to be.
Its the only thing I have " in case" something happens to me because of someone else. That is the truth, that is not a choice, its called survival.
Unless you've experienced these sort of abuses it'd be hard to understand.
If you've come here from Shelleyleach.com you'll have a better understanding of evolvment of my internet presence.
Know when to speak up know when to stay silent, speak out or suffer in silence. You can't stop abuse if you don't speak out. Speak out against abuse.
I thought Id take some time and dedicate some of this site to sharing some information pertaining to sexual harassment and assault. To escape and survive abuse I have found its important to remember, essential to survival and also easier said than done, probably similar to the adage "do as I say, not as I do". I struggle with it everyday. Never be ashamed of what someone else did to you. People who protect abusers should be ashamed of themselves.
on July 11, 2016 persons unknown to me entered my home illegally took control of all my property and had unfettered access to every piece of personal and private information a person could possible have for more than several months , I couldn't do anything and all the services that should have helped didn't do anything or passed the buck to someone else or some other service and know one did anything I've found turning to the internet its becoming easier to find some of my stolen information. It's not a comforting feeling, its extremely violating, in a sense the feeling I have is my life was not worth trying to save and a lot of real harm resulted.
Clan of the Cave e Mammoth Hunter
What is sexual assault?
Illegal sexual contact that usually involves force upon a person or is inflicted upon a person who is incapable of giving consent.
What is sexual harassment?
Uninvited, unwelcome verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, especially by a person in authority toward a subordinate.
the wound doesn't heal.
you can't cover up a lie with a lie, you also can't keep putting bandages on top of bandages
"Victims don’t trust our criminal justice system. That mistrust is even higher for those who are marginalized and face additional systemic barriers."
originally recorded November 25, 2016. I filed my HR application Nov 30, 2016, a person can't file any other civil claim in any other court until some resolution is determined. I had to file another HR complaint July 18, 2018 and this is going to a hearing as my allegations of sexual harassment at the June 13, 2018 interview for sexual assault this is going to a Merits hearings, soon. As for what we talked about "civil liability" in this case still exists even though its 2020. I assume this is part of the reasons for all the harassment and reprisal, this web page is a step I had to take and continue to take to enforce my code rights. canlii.org/en/on/laws
O’Dacre – in terms like I said mischief is the act of there’s different elements
to mischief there is damaging your property and again thats how that’s as
I’ve sort of gone through this mischief is what applies more that it applies even more so than theft if
they are damaging your property and interfering with the lawful enjoyment of your property that is mischief
now whether its so yes we’ve established that its criminal mischief
O’Dacre – Shelley its just the thing of it is
that you we’re the lawful tenant
what happened to you THAT day shouldn’t have happened and your things shouldn’t have been messed with
and as a result of all that you have I would say reason like very real and miserable consequences after
your life had been pretty much turned upside down by all this your getting no argument from me
Victims’ Bill of Rights, 1995
An Act Respecting Victims of Crime – Victims' Bill of Rights, was proclaimed as law on June 11, 1996. The Act supports and recognizes the needs of victims of crime.
The Act includes a set of principles that guide how justice system officials should treat victims at different stages of the criminal justice process.
The principals stipulate that victims:
- are treated with courtesy, compassion and respect for their personal dignity ? and privacy;
- have access to information concerning services and remedies available to victims;
- have access to information about the progress of criminal investigations and prosecutions and the sentencing and interim release of offenders from custody;
- are given the opportunity to be interviewed by police officers and officials of the same gender as the victim, when that victim has been sexually assaulted;
(2) The following victims shall be presumed to have suffered emotional distress:
2. A victim of a sexual assault.
3. A victim of an attempted sexual assault. 1995, c. 6, s. 3 (2); 1999, c. 6, s. 65 (3); 2005, c. 5, s. 72 (3).
Money doesn't buy forgiveness, it doesn't undo what happen and it will never take away the pain, the fear and humiliation I felt, feel, or the mistrust and loss of confidence they have shown me I have every right to feel and will live with the rest of my life.
But I will tell you, after all this, money is all there is and it will keep happening. Next time she or he might be younger, might be older, might live, might die. I have no idea what it takes to change Institutional systemic abuse when people really don't want to change. All I know for sure, is, I spoke up for myself because I cared what happened to other people, that is the right thing to do.
Remember... their actions did not cause them undue hardship.
13.1 Principles of accommodation
The duty to accommodate is informed by three principles: respect for dignity, individualization, and integration and full participation.13.1.1. Respect for dignity
The duty to accommodate people with disabilities means accommodation must be provided in a way that most respects the dignity of the person, if doing so does not cause undue hardship. Human dignity encompasses individual self-respect, self-worth and inherent worth as a human being. It is concerned with physical and psychological integrity and empowerment. It is harmed when people are marginalized, stigmatized, ignored or devalued. Privacy, confidentiality, comfort, individuality and self-esteem are all important factors.
if at anytime you think I should take something off this webpage, feel free to let me know. Remembering total strangers were inside my home and I wasn't permitted access.
Complaints process A member of the public who wishes to make a complaint about the conduct of a Prosecutor may write her Crown Attorney (or Director if the complaint is about the Crown Attorney). Upon receipt of the complaint about a Prosecutor’s conduct, the Crown Attorney must record the information received and should acknowledge receipt within 5 business days.
If at any time you'd like anything removed from this page as I have said before don't hesitate to ask.
The ashes I was speaking of are my parents ashes.
"ya, I understand"
2 In this Part,
“child” means a person under the age of 18 years; (“enfant”)
“court” means the Ontario Court of Justice; (“tribunal”)
“prescribed” means prescribed by the regulations; (“prescrit”)
“regulations” means the regulations made under this Part; (“règlements”)
“victim” means a victim of human trafficking and includes a person who may be a victim of human trafficking. (“victime”)
This video is January 19, 2017
third recorded time they denied me control of my property. On another day.
To be put in the position I had to create this page, could be compare it to saying NO then being sexually assaulted anyway. Its abuse. When I had to jump out of a moving vehicle terrified after being sexually assaulted, I had no choice. I have no choice. I think the correct term is called a public outcry!
I had no idea he use to be a OPP.
The following will establish that someone experienced reprisal based on a Code ground:
- an action was taken against, or a threat was made to, the claimant
- the alleged action or threat was related to the claimant having claimed, or trying to enforce a Code right, and
- there was an intention on the part of the respondent to retaliate for the claim or the attempt to enforce the right
there was an intention on the part of the respondent to retaliate for the claim or the attempt to enforce the right
March 2017 telephone call with OPP Sergeant Bruce Sawbridge
Recorded Call duration 5 minutes 26 seconds
Start time 2:16
(Transcription of recorded call 2 minutes)
Leach – what is what exactly is a suppression of evidence
Sawbridge -suppression of evidence
Leach – do you know anybody who has ever suppressed evidence before
Sawbridge – hiding evidence
Leach – ya in a case
Sawbridge – I guess so, yes I guess so for sure
Leach – do you know somebody who did
Leach- do you know somebody who did that did they happen to work in the Killaloe detachment
Sawbridge – ohh I I don’t know
Leach - were they a detective at one point
I thought it would be helpful to remind everyone of the context... we all have very short attention spans. I'll remind you again at the bottom of the page too.
In addition, the Code prohibits creation of a poisoned environment. A poisoned environment is a form of discrimination and can arise from even a single incident. It may be created by the comments or actions of any person, regardless of his or her status. The comments or conduct do not have to be directed at a particular individual.
Gender-based harassment is a specific type of sexual harassment defined as “any behaviour that polices and reinforces traditional heterosexual gender norms.”
Human rights law clearly recognizes that sexual harassment is often not about sexual desire or interest at all. In fact, it often involves hostility, rejection, and/or bullying of a sexual nature. “Gender-based harassment.”
A person may be especially vulnerable to sexual harassment when they are identified by more than one Code ground.
sending a much-needed message..." Things are very different now than they used to be"
In my opinion, whether one employee is part of the
directing mind of a corporation when dealing with another
does not depend solely on their relative ranks within the
organization. While the suggestion that, "generally
speaking, whenever an employee provides some function of
management, he is then part of the directing mind" is
sound and helpful, it leaves open the question as to what
it is that qualifies as a management function for that
purpose. The "obvious case" is that of the supervisory
"employee" who owns the company and exercises all
management functions. ... Having regard to the nature
and purpose of human rights legislation, I should think
it sufficient in principle that the harassing employee
was in a position to make decisions on behalf of the
company seriously affecting the victim.
Artistic license wikipedia.org/wiki/Artistic_license. I grew up in the military and took great thought in what I did and why I did it, it represent a very large community. This painting is of no person specifically and I cannot control what others could think, nor would I pretend to know what someone else could or might think. It is a work of art that pays tribute to my community in the way I decided to do it for-military-children. Its called memorial art, it is a reminder to remember when appropriate, and if you remember what you need to remember on November 11 of every year and this painting helps you with that then I created a historical piece of artwork worthy of a museum collection and by the looks of it I did and for this I will always be proud.
Remember who is always there!
This was my dad and me.
Another nice photo of my dad from 2012.
This was another day too. So, this photo was from July 29, 2016 and the tooth I lost is below. ...................what would you do?
235 other days or 5616 hours, to be exact, not including THAT day.
I feel abused
Dyslexics often struggle.
"It is every woman’s fundamental right to live in safety and security in her home and community – free from the threat of violence."
"The tree will make a sound, even if nobody heard it, because it could have been heard. ... Since sound does not exist without our hearing of it, sound does not exist if we do not hear it. However, when a tree falls, the motion disturbs the air and sends off air waves"
stop. Remember why I'm here.
Equality Rights: Section 15
Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to equal protection and benefit of the law without discrimination based on race, nationality, or ethnic origin, color, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability.
Canadian Victims Bill of Rights
S.C. 2015, c. 13, s. 2
Assented to 2015-04-23
An Act for the Recognition of Victims Rights
victim means an individual who has suffered physical or emotional harm, property damage or economic loss as the result of the commission or alleged commission of an offence. (victime)
9 Every victim has the right to have their security considered by the appropriate author- ities in the criminal justice system.
Marginal note:Protection from intimidation and retaliation
10 Every victim has the right to have reasonable and necessary measures taken by the appropriate authorities in the criminal justice system to protect the victim from intimidation and retaliation.
11 Every victim has the right to have their privacy considered by the appropriate authorities in the criminal justice system.
Marginal note:Identity protection
12 Every victim has the right to request that their identity be protected if they are a complainant to the offence or a witness in proceedings relating to the offence.
Marginal note:Testimonial aids
13 Every victim has the right to request testimonial aids when appearing as a witness in proceedings relating to the offence.
Marginal note:Views to be considered
14 Every victim has the right to convey their views about decisions to be made by appropriate authorities in the criminal justice system that affect the victim’s rights under this Act and to have those views considered.
Marginal note:Victim impact statement
15 Every victim has the right to present a victim impact statement to the appropriate authorities in the criminal justice system and to have it considered.
16 Every victim has the right to have the court consider making a restitution order against the offender.
A victim is entitled to exercise their rights under this Act only if they are present in Canada or they are a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident within the meaning of subsection 2(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.
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