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Back in 1999 there was a cool little show called toad patrol that aired on the teletoon channel-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxuw64I8VYk&feature=related --
It starred 8 toadlets who set out to find the fairy ring. After the series ended with 26 episodes, only three dvd's were ever released of this series, and questionably there has never been a complete series release yet.
WE WANT AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE VOTES CASTED BY THE PUBLIC, TO ENSURE THE X FACTOR IS NOT FIXED AND WE ARE NOT BEING SCAMMED INTO BELIEVING OUR CALLS COUNT WHEN IN ACTUAL FACT ONLY A MAJORITY DO COUNT , THE BASIS OF OUR PETITION IS THE FACT THE TWINS JOHN AND EDWARD ARE STILL IN THE SHOW, WHEN IN ACTUAL FACT NOBODY SEEMS TO VOTE FOR THEM..
EVIDENCE: 7000 OFFICIAL FACEBOOK JOHN AND EDWARD FANS. &+ 146000 FANS WHO DISLIKE THEM THAT ENOUGH??
On August, 16, 2008 Cheryl LeBlanc-Weldon, started a Petition, to remove the name of Edward Cornwallis, founder of Halifax, from Halifax landmarks, and a school, she also requested the removal of Edward Cornwallis's Statue in Halifax.
She accuses Edward Cornwallis of Genocide, a blatant lie. In 1751 the Mik'maq people massacred the citizens of Dartmouth, innocent women and children. Following this attrocity, Edward Cornwallis offered a bounty of ten pounds sterling, for Mik'maq scalps, in retribution of the attrocity comited by the Mik'maq people. This act was for the protection of the British citizens of Canada.
January 26, 2006
Rapist's 60 DAY Prison Sentence Triggers Outrage
Burlington, Vermont -- January 4, 2005
There was outrage Wednesday when a Vermont judge handed out a 60-day jail sentence to a man who raped a little girl many, many times over a four-year span starting when she was seven.
The judge said he no longer believes in punishment and is more concerned about rehabilitation.
Prosecutors argued that confessed child-rapist Mark Hulett, 34, of Williston deserved at least eight years behind bars for repeatedly raping a littler girl countless times starting when she was seven.
But Judge Edward Cashman disagreed explaining that he no longer believes that punishment works.
"The one message I want to get through is that anger doesn't solve anything. It just corrodes your soul," said Judge Edward Cashman speaking to a packed Burlington courtroom. Most of the on-lookers were related to a young girl who was repeatedly raped by Mark Hulett who was in court to be sentenced.
The sex abuse started when the girl was seven and ended when she was ten. Prosecutors were seeking a sentence of eight to twenty years in prison, in part, as punishment.
"Punishment is a valid purpose," Chittenden Deputy Prosecutor Nicole Andreson argued to Judge Edward Cashman.
"The state recognizes that the court may not agree or subscribe to that method of sentencing but the state does. The state thinks that it is a very important factor for the court to consider," Andreson added.
But Judge Cashman explained that he is more concerned that Hulett receive sex offender treatment as rehabilitation. But under Department of Corrections classification, Hulett is considered a low-risk for re-offense so he does not qualify for in-prison treatment. So the judge sentenced him to just 60 days in prison and then Hulett must complete sex treatment when he gets out or face a possible life sentence.
Judge Cashman also also revealed that he once handed down stiff sentences when he first got on the bench 25 years ago, but he no longer believes in punishment.
"I discovered it accomplishes nothing of value;it doesn't make anything better;it costs us a lot of money; we create a lot of expectation, and we feed on anger," Cashman explained to the people in the court.
The sentence outraged the victim's family who asked not to be identified.
"I don't like it," the victim's mother,in tears, told Channel 3. "He should pay for what he did to my baby and stop it here. She's not even home with me and he can be home for all this time, and do what he did in my house," she added.
Hulett -- who had been out on bail-- was taken away to start his sentence immediately.
After issuing the original sentence, Cashman was attacked by commentators on TV and on the Internet. On Fox News, Bill O'Reilly told viewers as video of Cashman rolled: "You may be looking at the worst judge in the USA." Gov. James Douglas called on the judge to resign, and several lawmakers demanded his impeachment.
A Community Member Petition.
THE TRINITARIAN FATHERS FROM OUR LADY OF MT.CARMEL-ST.BENEDICTA CHURCH ON STATEN ISLAND, WILL BE LEAVING AT THE END OF JANUARY 2005. WE WILL BE LEFT WITHOUT ANY RELIGIOUS LEADERS FOR OUR CHURCH. MANY OF THE 400 FAMILIES IN THIS CHURCH WERE BAPTIZED, RECEIVED HOLY COMMUNION AND CONFIRMATION, GOT MARRIED AND RAISED FAMILIES IN THIS CHURCH. MANY, STILL ALIVE AND ATTENDING THE CHURCH ARE MEMBERS FOR OVER 70 YEARS.
THEY HAVE LITERALLY BUILT THE CHURCH WITH ALL THEIR HARD WORK AND SACRIFICIAL MONETARY AND WORK DONATIONS TO KEEP THE CHURCH IN GOOD ORDER. THEY HAVE SACRIFICED TO BUILD THE SCHOOL AND RAISED THEIR CHILDREN IN THAT SCHOOL. THEY HAVE ALWAYS PARTICIPATED IN HELPING OTHER CHURCHES THROUGH DONATIONS TO THEIR CHURCH AND TO THE CARDINALS APPEAL.
WE NOW FACE THE PROBABILITY OF SEEING ALL OF OUR SACRIFICES BEING BROUGHT TO A SUDDEN CLOSUSE OF THE CHURCH IF WE ARE NOT SUPPLIED WITH PRIESTS TO CONTINUE THE WORK THAT HAS BROUGHT OUR CHURCH TO THIS POINT.