THE MOVIE: PRETTY AND THE LIARS
- Targeting - If you speak out against police misconduct you risk becoming a target. You should consider the risks that you face and take measures to protect yourself. Suing the police could also work in your favour. If the police know that you will take them to court if they mess with you, they may find someone else to bother. This is an important decision for you to make. - Davin Charney civil lawyer
Being falsely accused of forging what a crown called an innocuous, meaningless reference letter, being the first girl in Canadian history to have her charter-protected mobility rights breached by Passport Canada. You could wonder, how all of this could happen to me, but below you will see forensics, and judgments, which proves that for four years of my life, I was a victim to a snowball effect of unfortunate events. - Jade Naraine
This is the based on the True Story movie synopsis of Canadian Country Singer-Songwriter and soon to be women’s rights lawyer; Jade Elizabeth Naraine. Pretty and the Liars, is the true story movie, about the abuse she faced by the Toronto Police, men, and professionals. Growing up with abandonment, caused by emotional neglect as a child, and then in having her career halted for many years, she found herself with a low self esteem, dating poor quality professional men, some of which had secret lives of drug use, and unorthodox sexual lifestyles, past convictions, jail time and guilty pleas involving aggravated assaults, unlawful use of firearms and drugs, sadism and who ended up testifying under oath to having never liked or respect her, even while they were dating, putting her down as a woman and even making fun of her being half-black. This all happened after a Detective unlawfully seized her Passport and never returned it, causing her to be unable to pursue her career goals and aspirations. Through strength and those few that helped and believed in her, she would maintain her traditional, conservative morals and values, get through it all, and reach her career goals.
Jade also found her fairy tale love with her country guy, a good, well raised, manly, protective, safe, traditional, conservative man who was also against polyamoury, sex clubs, drugs and smoking, and was an old soul, like her, who believed in lifelong, everlasting love, and who never let a day pass without showing her how amazing she was to him, how much he loved her and how proud he was. They both loved country music and they both thought that everyone shared the same views on relationships, until they realized they were a rarity. He quickly wanted his whole family to meet her and believed in taking care of his girl. He was okay to wait until engagement, before intimacy. Jade believes and always encourages women around her, that being friends first and building an emotional bond, was important first to getting a good guy and avoiding many toxic relationships with bad guys. Jade and him both knew they were rare in the world, so they wanted to hold onto each other. Old Souls are often perplexed, and unable to relate to the things people their own age consider fun, or important, and so feel out of place. They also usually have a wealth of wisdom. He knew all about her past and always held that she was an amazing girl who made him the happiest he had been in a while, but with an ugly past, a girl who was vulnerable and naive. He promised her he would always take care of her and never hurt her or make her cry like she had been hurt in the past. Both Jade and him believed that they met out of fate. Best friends.
Jade is non convicted of any offense and has no criminal record. Jade has now retained Toronto Police lawyer; Davin Charney to commence an action against the Toronto Police Services and Passport Canada, as she has been a subject of years of injustice including; targeting, malicious arrests, malicious prosecution, intimidation, false arrests, harassment, negligent investigations, no protection, illegal search and seizure, and breaches of sections; ; 6 (1), 7, 8. 11(d), (12), (15) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Defamation libel and slander. The statement of claim also claims for damages in section 2, freedom of speech, as police charged her for making postings about how she was treated by various men. Overall, the police placed repetitive charges, without any probable cause that she committed any crime.
The Officers included in this suit are; Detective Nicole Ozretic, Detective Maureen Trueman, Detective Sajeev Nair, Detective Ruby Dhatt, Detective Erica Wester, Detective Sgt. Daniel Sabadics, Detective Pasquale Alberga, Detective Lauren Hassard, Detective Lorrie Palermo, PC Ian Sabsay, PC Kaylann Ball, John Doe PC 1,2,3 and 4.
There are also actions against 3 men for; defamation, harassment, sexual assault, and sexual harassment, Lisa Anna White Criminal Defence lawyer for negligence, Angus McDonald Psychiatrist for negligence, and The Ministry of Correctional Services for misfeasance of public office.
Since 2014, Jade endured a snowball effect, that all started with one Detective Lauren Hassard who took her Passport away from her, and held onto it illegally once the false charges were withdrawn, to disrupt her career. After that, it was easy for new Detectives or police officers to believe she was bad, because all they had to do was contact the first Detective, and hear all the bad things she said about her, or check the negative notes in the police computer, without doing any of their own due diligence.
Jade began getting charged for things that Judges said anyone can do, like;
25 days after sending a boyfriend 13 non-threatening texts after a breakup, after having consent to text as much as she wanted, where the boyfriend held that he never wanted her charged, and felt no fear, just found the texts annoying. The judge stated that anyone can send 13 texts and it wouldn’t be criminal harassment. (Many girls annoy their boyfriend after a breakup a little. Her whole credibility was stripped by this charge) The officer had invested interest her and would harass the complainant to see if he wanted to place charges.
texting her perpetrator and another man to texts, asking them to stop harming her life and contacting radio and television stations to ruin her opportunities, since police were not helping. (Protected by the necessity defence) These men were maliciously writing extremely false statements about her on the internet, with the deliberate intent of harming her reputation, and sending anonymous texts, posing as men, sending her volatile texts. For example, the men were involved in heavy drug use, but accused Jade of such, despite that she had never as much touched a cigarette in her life.
sending a letter out relating to a civil case, through a retained lawyer, where she had a condition that she was not to communicate with the person except through legal counsel, where the Detective ignored the retainer, after being misled by the complainant who stated the lawyer was not retained.
Serving court documents for a law suit, that she eventually won against an investor, which her lawyer Daniel Kayfetz stated it was an abuse of process on behalf of police, who tried to interfere with her law suit, as a favour for the millionaire she was suing. The complainant’s lawyer; Jeanie Demarco had a history of abuse of process, manipulating and misleading: https://www.lawtimesnews.com/author/alex-robinson/omb-finds-bay-street-partners-conduct-was-abuse-of-process-13306/ - she was subsequently moved from acting as a partner at Osler, and now works as an associate for a small firm.
An update her record label did on her website, which mentioned her perpetrators name in it, who provided a letter to police before the arrest, to state that they did not know about the condition, which went ignored and a tweet of an anti-violence petition, that was already there before, which mentioned her violent perpetrators name.
Jade was even about to be charged for sending a demand letter out, at the orders of the crowns who stayed her sexual assault prosecution, and 53rd division, until her lawyer sent a letter from a civil lawyer, and various links to the Toronto Detective, to show her that demand letters were a normal stage in litigation. (See Affidavit of Danny Kayfetz in the women’s rights activist section) Jade’s perpetrator initiated the false police report, in which her lawyer had to miss his 51st anniversary to attend the station, just to show that it was not a breach. A lot of people’s lives were interfered with by her perpetrator.
The crown would continue to prosecute her for crimes they knew she was not guilty of, and ask for her to be detained even when evidence was shown to the judge that she did not commit the breach, where the Judge had to become upset with the crown and ask why they were wasting four hours of court time, for a breach she did not commit, when a credible witness said he posted the update. A judge even asked the Crown what her basis for proceeding on the charges were.
Jade racked up 15 charges, which made her look terrible on paper, when really, once analyzed, were normal things, that anyone can do, and not criminal activity at all. The police would turn a blind eye on the men, who had committed heavy drug and sex crimes. One of the men was involved in cocaine use, and even offered it to Jade, which she of course declined. While there was evidence that another man supported violent sex.
One of the men, her perpetrator, even stated in a text to have posted Jade, and said if she removed her posts, that he would remove his, click here another man said he would be colluding with two other men to cause harm to her, but police ignored this and only charged her, claiming she was bad for posting how harmful these men were on the internet, manipulated by the men’s sociopathic personalities, which causes them to go through life never being caught, as they often appear credible and mislead judges. Her perpetrator would also lie and claim he ended the relationship due to an instagram account he made for her in hopes he would take it over, but the witnesses to the sexual assault, who judges all found to be credible, stated that Jade told them about the sexual assault the day after, which was before he claimed he was upset about an instagram. He also sent Jade texts asking her to stay, stating she was a great girl, with great qualities, and lots to offer, calling her several times, wanting to work through things and see her for her birthday, but she declined.
Jade became a target for 3 men. The men were upset that she released a statement of how she was treated by them online, which was within her legal right, so they commenced a defamation, and harassment campaign against her, while filing fraudulent police reports on an ongoing basis, believing their actions were proportionate to hers. On multiple occasions, they called police at the exact same time, minutes apart, and on other occasions, they would file the exact same police reports. Text messages from one man, and audio recordings from another, reviewed by her lawyer, showed group effort to harm her life.
The singer reported her sexual assault to police, but the case went un-investigated for many months. In the meantime, the men, led by a man she alleges sexually harassed her into having an intimate encounter, made a defamatory website about her, had chats about her on reddit, and wrote comments like; "Princess in jail" "All we have to do is report her for harassment and the police will arrest her" while writing postings with racial hate speech on them, towards her being half black. The men also contacted media, her record label and radio stations to try to interfere with her career. The men started altering evidence to have her charged with harassment and subsequent breaches on an ongoing basis, absent reasonable or probable cause, and fueled with malice.
They would delete their threatening texts to her, before sending screenshots of conversations to police to be used as evidence, to make it look like harassment, attend divisions where they had friends and do whatever they could to abuse court process.
It became a nightmare for her, where she has had many lows. She states that the met the men during a time when she was new to dating, and very naive and vulnerable and as a result, fell into the hands of some harmful men. Each time she was arrested it caused more and more trauma to her, and damage to her reputation, where she felt like almost giving up. She states that she was been repetitively charged for her perpetrators who were not even charged once, and who made fun of her continuously.
The men also made fabricated statements to police, accusing her of loosening wheels on their cars, things that she says she couldn't fathom doing, to make her appear as the typical “crazy ex-girlfriend.” Her perpetrator was known to drive broken cars, with doors that didn’t shut properly.
Danny Kayfetz states that Jade was the victim and he feels sorry for her. He has stated to media recently that all he wanted to do is get her out of this and back into her career. Earlier this year Danny had to move to set aside a guilty plea in a case where she plead guilty for sending only a few innocuous texts to a previous boyfriend, due to ineffectiveness of counsel.
On March 25th, 2019, her guilty plea for the harassment charges she originally plead guilty to, for sending her prior boyfriend 13 non threatening texts, asking for an explanation was set aside/struck by the court. Click here
He found that the charges were laid almost 25 days after she sent the texts, and that the boyfriend had given her consent to text as much as she wanted and never wanted her charged, as he was a rare complainant who was honest with police about not feeling fear, just bother. The transcript from the hearing where she plead guilty, shows that the judge was struggling to accept the guilty plea to begin with, stating; "Anyone can send 13 texts and it wouldn't be criminal harassment."
“These men and individuals have spent years trying to destroy this young girl. She was charged for harassment for sending one text message to a man to ask him to stop his harassment and defamation campaign against her. She was charged for serving court documents to an investor, as a favour, which was an improper action on the part of that officer. Click here She has commenced actions against all of these individuals. All I want is to get her out of this and give her the grounds get civil justice. I have stopped counting the hours and money at this point.” - Daniel Kayfetz Criminal Lawyer
"Jade is a victim of conspiracy to target and defame her by people who are fearful of her disclosure of their conduct. She has commenced actions against these persons. These persons are trying to avoid civil liability by increasing their false attacks on her. The only scour of bad information is by those who have wronged her. Jade is also a victim of a police officer who dropped the ball and failed to investigate her as a victim of sexual assault." - Danny Kayfetz
WHY THE MEN WERE ANGRY
Jade has always believed that the internet is a good place for women to share their stories about how controlling and manipulative men treated them. We all have rights to freedom as speech. It was a way to prevent other women from being misled or harmed emotionally, mentally and in some cases physically, as women who would see her story, would be more cautious when dating that man.
Men would become very angry at Jade for posting how she was treated by them and united to attack her and revenge by malicious prosecution, perjury and public mischief, harassment and defamation. In the USA, laws are protecting the rights of women a lot more a lot more than in Canada. Afterall, Jade was charged for harassment for sending someone two texts, when really, the bulk of the charge was regarding men complaining about “postings,” which are not criminal harassment, but that the police and crown would try to push as harassment.
When a dishonest cheater tried to sue two women for “defamation” for posting a warning for other women, the law suit was dismissed from court, where the honourable judge stated that women should be able to at least warn each other, due to anti heart bomb statutes that protect men when they lie and cheat. While their actions are not criminal, it is certainly damaging to women’s emotional and mental health. There needs to be some recourse for rape by deception.
Because of the injustice Jade faced, she decided to attend law school on the side of her music career, where she plans to become a women’s rights attorney, like her role model; Gloria Allred, so she can fight for women who are victims of sexual assault, sexual harassment or who are sued with defamation. She states she would be very happy to be able to help women find justice, even if it’s just a few probono cases on the side of her Country music career.
Like Gloria Allred’s winning case where she had a mans defamation claim dismissed, because the judge stated that women should be able to write about their dishonest partners on websites designed for that purpose, without having to worry about a law suit, Jade plans to do what she can to reinstate women’s rights here in Canada. In Canada, women risk being criminally charged for posting their stories online.
When police fail to ever punish men for the harm they do to women, what else can the woman do? The websites were legal in Canada, for anyone to use. Her statement of claim against police also claims for damages in section 2, freedom of speech, as police charged her for making postings about how she was treated by various men.
There are so many good and respectful men. Every time law enforcement protects these kinds of bad men, and punish the girl, they ruin more and more women’s lives, as men believe treating women badly is okay, which is hardly a good thing for society. The court is not a place for dishonest men, to cover up their harm. Educated law enforcement would have kicked the men out of the station and advised them to stop abusing or manipulating women, or else to deal with their own problems and posts. She knew that it was up to the judges, the authority, to tell the men their conduct was wrong and that only then, would they change. Many good men, felt it was clear these men were controllers and manipulators and wondered why she would even date those men and that they should at least accept the posts and that their conduct was caught, but manipulators and controllers, once figured out and interrupted, become extremely angry. Men should be trained in society to respect women.
“In my case, these men, especially my perpetrator especially, preyed on women who were vulnerable or had low self esteem. After using and abusing women, he would talk about how much he never liked them and call them names. He would tell me how I had hideous acne and other hurtful things about my being half black.” - Jade Naraine
Justification is a defence to defamation, which is why it should be tried in civil court and not in criminal court. If a person can prove that the statements published were substantially true, then they will not be liable for defamation. In 2018, during a hearing for one of the men’s cases, a judge found that statements that were made by Jade on her website, were not defamatory and therefore need not be removed. The judge further believed that it was more likely that someone who was out to harm her, like one of the other men, may have been taking statements from her site, and re-posting variations of them to other sites across the internet, to harm her, as there was evidence of collusion. Anything Jade wrote was tried, tested and truthful, based only on evidence.
As the first girl in Canadian History to have her Charter Protected mobility rights breached by the Federal Government; Pretty and the liars is the true story movie of one young girl named Jade Naraine, who just wanted to be a singer, and the abuse she faced by her parents, men, lawyers, professionals, the Canadian Government and Toronto Police.
From growing up with emotionally, mentally and sometimes physically abusive parents, who suffered from personality disorders - with anger management issues who often resorted to heavy cigarette, marijuana and alcohol use, who were cold, absent, who caused her to feel pressure to become successful very quickly, as a result of the fact that they would talk down on her, to bullying, sexual harassment, intimidation, to a Detective taking away her passport and breaching her constitutional rights so she could not become a singer, to rape, to blocking, to being taking advantage of, to targeting, to doctoring reports, to discrimination against a girl, to lawyers out to make a quick deal, false arrests, a detective teaming up with her perpetrator to have her falsely arrested, a division that neglected her rape case turning into a division dedicated to placing repetitive false charges for her perpetrator and the group of men, to a detective preventing her from having her perpetrator charged, to a crown attorney who already decided he wasn't allowing Jade’s sexual assault case to proceed, to protect the detective who neglected her rape case, to the Crown’s office then engaging in deception themselves, by not allowing her the rights to use the private prosecution system,asking for detainment when no crime was committed and so much more. A story about how one girl got through what most wouldn't.
Prior to 2014, Jade was nominated as valedictorian in high-school, always the lead in the school plays, was an English scholar and accepted to the University of Toronto, until she chose to leave University to pursue her career as a singer-songwriter. Jade had all of the tools needed, from songwriting skills, investors knocking on her door, to accessible recording time at no expense, until she was blocked from pursuing her goals and fell into a downward spiral of dating men who led her into toxic relationships. Jade was the last person you would think would be a target. She was a girl who had never touched drugs, including cigarettes or marijuana, was extremely traditional and incredibly kind hearted, the complete opposite from the men she was charged for. As a child, her grandmother, tried to get custody over her, where a judge stated that despite that Jade would like to and would be better off with her grandmother, that the law stated that she had to stay with her birth mother, unless there was evidence of severe physical abuse. There was evidence of some abuse, but not enough, as most was emotional and mental, which even though it can have a worse effect on children, often times, is not acted on. As a result, her upbringing contributed to a low self esteem, depression and anxiety which contributed to her poor dating choices when she started her adult life.
Detective Todd Higo made a mistake in the police computer and thought her grandma did not send some emails to him. Her grandmother sent them, but has blocks of memory loss, and felt under pressure and was embarrassed to have stated she was in Finland when she wasn't. Her grandmother did not even remember or recollect her mother ever using marijuana.
Only several months after her statement to an officer, did she remember that she was told by Jade's other grandmother. Jade's grandmother would not have known or witnessed any use after that because Jade's grandmother was restricted from visiting Jade at her mothers house. Jade's mother is very liberal and preferred Jade's brother because he is also very liberal. In the report, Jade's mother tried to make Jade and her grandmother look like the bad ones, but it wasn't true.
Liberals always try to put others down. This is why her perpetrator, who is polyamorous, puts Jade down and says she has no idea about adult normal relationships and has fairy tale views on them. Danny Kayfetz said there is nothing wrong with having fairytale views and Jade disputes that has fairy tale views on relationships. She just believes in normal, monogamous, healthy, honest relationships. Very liberal people will never get along with traditional conservatives. Jade was an old soul.
Jade's grandmother had many transcripts from court cases since Jade was five, trying to get custody over Jade where judges stated that while Jade would like to live with and would probably be better off with her grandmother, that the law states that unless there is severe evidence of physical abuse, that she must stay with her birth mother. There was some evidence of physical abuse but nothing substantially concerning to the court. Jade felt that the courts often don't understand that emotional abuse can be even worse than physical abuse.
DETECTIVE LAUREN HASSARD, CHRISTOPHER PAYNE OF HAWTHORNE EQUITY PARTNERS, AND THE CANADIAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PASSPORT CANADA
In 2014, her Passport was taken unlawfully at Detective Lauren Hassard's discretion, without authorization from a judge and years later, the Police force and Federal Government of Canada have done everything they can to team up to block Jade from reaching her dreams, filing police reports, and pursuing her career as a normal functioning member of society, causing barriers and therefore lowering her overall mental health and self esteem.
In 2014, Jade was arrested for Extortion and Criminal Harassment of Christopher Payne of Hawthorn Equity Partners. Jade met Christopher during an investor search where he said he would invest into her career, as well as make introductions for her with his other "millionaire and billionaire friends." He agreed the relationship would, investor/ artist and friend, and would be non-sexual.
Christopher agreed to provide her with $5,000 to put towards a deposit to a music video, which Jade also put her own $3,000 in savings into. Christopher met Jade at Marche for lunch, where he handed her the $5,000. Before meeting Jade for lunch, he sent her a text message stating; "I only have eyes for you."
After providing her the payment, he agreed to provide the balance, an additional $5,000 at a later date. Jade double checked to make sure Christopher was still providing it, before sending off her $8,000 deposit. Christopher said yes.
Christopher then began sending sexual text messages, which made Jade very uncomfortable. At this time, Jade was still a virgin, and Chris was sending explicit text messages late nights, approx. 12-2am, every night, stating things like; "I am imagining you in a bra, which only covers your nipples." Or "I'm very hard now. " "Please call me and help me out." He also promised to buy her a condo at the Ritz Carlton, a new phone, and provide her with spa and skin treatments whenever she wants and a $10,000 monthly allowance, if she would do this phone sex. Christopher attempted to call her for phone sex once, but she could not do it so she hung up the phone on him. She knew she did not want to do any kind of phone sex or sexting. To this day, this is not something Jade ever liked to do, let alone with strange men she has no intimate relationship with.
A few weeks later, when it came time to pay the balance, he refused and became very angry. He texted; "barf" "we all have problems" "boohoo" when she tried to explain that she would lose her deposit and an opportunity, stating how much it meant to her. Jade began to email him repeatedly, demanding the payment. Christopher gave a fraudulent report to the Police stating that he never owed her any money and the first payment he gave her was an attempt to end the extortion.
Jade was non-convicted and agreed to a peace bond for one year and charges withdrawn. Christopher wanted to avoid a trial, concerned his unwanted sexts would be read in the court of law.
Jade also believes Christopher Payne may have "white collar psychotic disorder," which her psychologist Antonella Magnatta also concluded and supported, based on his behaviour and actions towards her. Elon Musk, a famous and reputable investor, known for Tesla and Paypal, also concluded in his book, that Christopher Payne does not have a heart and is a very cold person, where he states; "Christopher Payne is great at making money but has no heart."
When Jade arrived at the station, Detective Constable Lauren Hassard interfered with her Charter Rights; Sections 8 and 12, when her Passport was seized unlawfully; against her will, without a warrant, without reasonable cause and with malicious, ulterior intent related to having a similar past in the Entertainment industry, intimidation and at the Detective’s own discretion. Had Jade stayed overnight for a bail hearing the next morning, her Passport would not be seized by a judge, nor would she have had any travel restrictions.
Passports are only to be taken for heavy criminals who are known to Police to flee the country to escape heavy jail sentences, never for young girls with no criminal past, who are nice, polite, sad, scared and show up at the station when asked, apologizing for her actions. The more veteran lawyers informed Jade that the Detective’s actions were not normal. Jade was also a Canadian born citizen and not a flight risk.
After the case was closed, Detective Constable Lauren Hassard refused to provide her Passport back This interfered with Jade’s Charter Rights; Section 6(1), resulting in a loss of career opportunities, investments, monies and livelihood, which could only be maintained with travel, and emotional trauma damages of; major Depression, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, as well as a permanent disturbance in her life.
In May 2016, during discoveries, for a Judicial Review against Passport Canada, where Federal Judge Anne Mactavish, ruled Jade’s charter rights breached by the Canadian Federal Government, when she was only able to find 4 other cases in Canadian History where someone was denied a Passport for 4-5 years, and those individuals were involved in heavy crime, such as illegal entry, fraud, terrosism, and resulting in long jail sentences, not young girls with no criminal record or intent, who just needed to travel to pursue her career as a singer - Jade discovered a series of inappropriate emails sent to the Passport Program.
In those emails; Police Constable Kaylann Ball had provided false, misleading and fraudulent information to the Passport Program, stating that Jade’s passport was taken as part of a “bail condition.” Also discovered were emails from Detective Constable Lauren Hassard, which contained “winking face emojees” wishing goodluck, upon hearing about Jade’s suicidal state at the time from being unable to pursue her career. The Detective knew it was an unlawful seizure, as when the property report was revealed, there was no mention of a Passport seizure. The Detective had held onto it illegally and personally.
In 2018, Jade launched a claim against the Government for a breach of sections; 6 (1) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the “charter”) and misfeasance, in the amount of FOUR MILLION AND FOURTY – EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS CND. This claim has now been merged to her action against the Toronto Police, represented by Davin Charney.
Jade’s passport had been unlawfully seized by Police, not as a bail condition, as it says in the judgments for the judicial reviews, and then held illegally in police custody even after her charges were withdrawn, so Jade applied for a new Passport. She was also never convicted. Those were both errors in the judicial reviews.
Jade’s lawyer stated that he was unaware as to what happens after police seize passports, and that police can be difficult, so just reapply. Not wanting to expose her previous arrest, and remembering that her lawyer had stated that she has no criminal record, so could wipe her hands clean like it never happened and never have to mention it moving forward in life, and out of embarrassment, she marked the lost section on her Passport application. Jade was denied a Canadian Passport for five years. Jade explained to the Passport program, that she was allowed to have a Canadian Passport, and in other words was not trying to obtain any advantage that she wasn’t already legally allowed, had no travel restrictions nor trying to escape the country. When a person is not convicted of an offense, and the charges are withdrawn or discharged, it is as if the person was never charged and they never have to expose their arrest on any job or other applications in life.
At this time, Jade’s career was booming in the USA, where she was charting 7 spots below Taylor Swift. Jade had investors who had invested $140,000 into her career, in which she needed to travel to the United States to attend radio tours and meet and greets. Passport Canada was aware of all of this. Passport Canada was also aware of the fact that Jade had left University to pursue her career as a singer, that her only training was in music, as well as that her it had been a long term goal for her since the age of 3.
Immigration lawyer; Seamus Murphy attempted to have the Passport program reconsider their decision; however in a letter dated; November 30th, 2015, they refused, stating that they had to deny her a Passport for five years due to her providing false information on her Passport application. Jade sought her Passport back by way of Judicial Review, where Justice Southcott, ruled that the decision makers discretion was fettered and that he had made an err, in not reconsidering her application, with the explanations.
The Passport program continued to ignore the ruling and further reinstate the full suspension. In 2017, Justice Mactavish revealed a more explicit decision, stating that the Passport program had failed to see that Charter Protected mobility rights were at stake in this case, as Jade was a Canadian born citizen and there was never any evidence that she was going to use her passport for nay unlawful purpose, as well as the fact that the suspension was unreasonable and that it failed to show any casual link between how Jade not having a Canadian passport maintains the integrity of Canada.
Justice Mactavish was only able to find four cases in history, where someone was banned from Passport services for four to five years, and stated that those cases were very different from hers. The other individuals who received the suspension were involved in heavy fraud, terrorism or illegal entry, one of them, ending in a long jail sentence in France;
The Federal Court judge specifically said that the penalty chosen was unreasonable, that the Passport Program failed to address or account for Ms. Thelwells Charter-protected mobility rights, and that the gravity of her misconduct was nowhere near the order of magnitude of the misconduct of other individuals who received four- or five-year suspensions of passport services.
That the passport program has failed to do any individualized assessment or paid any attention to Ms. Thelwells mental health or career and there have only been 4 cases in Canadian history where someone's passport was removed for 4 or 5 years and they were involved in terrorism, illegal entry, or heavy fraud resulting in long jail penalties, and the risk of national security and there was never any evidence that Ms. Thelwell was going to use her passport for anything other than pursuing her career.
Dore requires decision makers to balance the severity of the interference with the individuals chartered protected mobility rights against the objective of the program in question. This type of individualized assessment was absent in this case, with the result that cannot be said the imposition of a 5 year refusal of Passport ineligibility reflects a proportionate restriction on Ms. Thelwell's charter protected mobility rights.
Ms. Thelwell was young and is a Canadian citizen and there is no suggestion that she was not otherwise entitled to a Canadian passport. Nor is there any suggestion that she intended to use her Passport for any improper or unlawful purposes that might have undermined the integrity of the Canadian Passport system or implicated Canada's national security. Without condoning Ms. Thewell's misconduct, the misconduct is nowhere near the order of magnitude of the misconduct of other individuals who received 4-5 year suspensions of Passport services.
Ms. Thelwell also provided the Passport integrity branch with information regarding her mental health, and the shame that she evidently felt with respect to her criminal charges that she faced. She also provided substantial evidence with respect to the devastating impact that a suspension of Passport services would have on her musical career. There is, however, no indication in the reasons provided by the Passport Integrity branch that it engaged with any of this evidence in a meaningful way. Nor did it explain why it was necessary to refuse Ms. Thewlell a passport for five years in order to preserve the integrity of the Canadian Passport system. It simply noted that "courts have found five years to be a reasonable period in light of the facts on which those cases were decided. " - facts that, as I have already noted, were very different than the facts of this case.
And goes on to talk more about one of the other four cases, in which Passport was refused for a criminal who planned to execute terrorism and was a safety threat to Canada, being given a long jail sentence in France and how Jade's case shows no casual link between her having a Passport and being a threat to the security of this country. Justice Mactovish concluded;
"For these reasons, I am satisfied that the Passport Integrity Branch has failed to carry out the necessary analysis in balancing the severity of the interference with Ms. Thelwells charter protected mobility rights with the objectives of the Passport Program. Consequently, her application for Judicial review will be granted. In accordance with the agreement of all parties, Ms. Thelwell shall have her costs of $2,000.00.
The obligations on the Passport integrity branch to consider the Charter - protected mobility rights of passport applicants in determining whether a period of passport ineligibility is appropriate are clearly set out in the jurisprudence, including my reasons in this case. It is thus unnecessary to direct the Passport Integrity Branch to comply with the law. "
Her psychologist Elaina Cohen, believes that had Jade not had her charter rights breached and been able to pursue her career, without barrier, that it would have only improved her overall functioning, self esteem and prevented her from getting involved with many bad men, and all of the aftermath that followed. Coming up with he legal fees to get her passport back to begin with caused her to be subject to more vulnerable, leading to dangerous situations with men.
Click here to see how Jade suffered a lot emotionally and mentally as seen in this letter to an investor.
Click here to see various received or offered investments; including
Luke, who defames Jade online was Jade's ex boyfriend who Jade thought may have antisocial disorder; such as unsafe risky sex, not caring about himself or others risks, ignoring court orders, public mischief, no ideas about disease, incapacity to love, many police issues and no money to name a few.
Because texts have been released where she states she would be willing to engage in intimacy with men for an allowance, it should be noted that Jade has never engaged in intimacy with any investor or man from seeking arrangement. When it was determined that her perpetrator lied about being monogamous and traditional and was still polyamorous, she felt bad and hurt that he was still that way, but that it was hard to leave due to her emotional abandonment, so she said that she would be okay with it, if she could also have something on the side. Jade has never met any man who works for McCain or their son. She has also never had a “sugar daddy” so to say. Jade has only used the website to seek out professional investors, who agreed to finance her career for a return on investment. Jade is always honest with men who she dates about using the site for investors, but has always remained traditional and monogamous, as seen below in the “Finally” section. She says she could never be intimate with another man other than her boyfriend or husband.
"Luke lines up with sociopath so flawlessly in my opinion, that its scary. His stories never lined up. He said he had been loyal for 6 years to his wife so he is fully capable of monogamy but then another time, he said he met his wife on a fetish site and they were polyamorous... Financial issues at 34, risky sex and not understanding intimacy, self gratification, manipulating for personal gain, artificial charm and intelligence, incapacity for love or meaningful interpersonal relationships, allowing his wife and women to spread their legs for anyone, short marriage, no idea of love and marriage, rage, anger, aggression, disorganization, poor hygiene (he had that odor on his penis that one time and another time, his breath was horrible, banana peels, large dogs and chips all on his car floor, pay stubs on the ground, no remorse, no shame, no morals... I also read that they tend to call all of their past girlfriends or boyfriends crazy. On the first date, he told me all his past girlfriends were crazy and then he called me crazy too... I should have known, but I didn't know what a sociopath was at the time... but I have faith. Also, if you kiss him, know that your kissing someone who has been god knows where. He was on dating sites with women ready and willing to do dirty things but it wasn't enough for him. He had to try to suck other normal girls in. Know that he thinks drugs are all okay, and his girlfriends and him fit the died hair Queen st, drug user profile, so if you are against drugs, then he would be very scarring. It's saddening that people think drugs are okay. During my whole Depression, even with psychologist recommendation, I refused to take any anti depressants, or drugs of any kind and just try to heal on my own. If you love yourself, then you don't want to harm yourself with disgusting things. No morals."
"Never let Luke convince you that this life is the norm. He is only using your insecurities, abandonment or emotional issues to convince you he's all you'll ever get by suppressing your self esteem. Girls who really like rape, anal sex and casual sex are far and few between and not healthy, according to Jade's psychologist and he knows that. A good man will also NEVER ask you to have sex with other men or women. A good man who loves and respects you would never ask you to do such dirty things. What man would want other men having sex with his wife or girlfriend. What girl would want to have sex with multiple men... He's just looking for the ones he can lure in. And don't let him make you think you are crazy, because you're not. No girl is If a man calls you crazy, it means: "I messed around with her emotions, ruined her mental health, gave her reasons to be jealous, used her body, and now that she is justifiably upset, I demonize her, so she will lower her self esteem and come back to me."
Luke Halstead also had ADHD, so the drugs used for that can increase sex drive for men. This may be why no self control was there. Just because a psychologist says it's okay, doesn't make it okay.
The police are not in the business to support little revenge issues with boyfriends and girlfriends. They are in the business to protect society from severe criminals. Luke had engaged in Public mischief with his friends at a division to assist him in filing fraudulent reports, to divert attention off of him for Sex Assault.
When Jade ended the relationship with Luke and went to file for Sex Assault; Luke expressed in a series of text messages and phone calls, having close friends "ex army buddies" at the 41 division who wouldn't need evidence to make things bad for her. Luke gave multiple fraudulent stories to his friends at the division in hopes that something would stick.
Detective Erica Wester engaged in facilitating a malicious arrest against Jade, when Luke denied signing a character letter for her during their relationship, but the charge was withdrawn. The crown attorney said that the Detective wasted police resources in writing up 200 pages of what she thought was evidence... (Luke's word) for a little character letter in which, he too felt it was a revenge tactic, due to it looking like someone was out to get her, based on the conduct of the individuals involved, as well as stating the charge to be unimportant and not of any monetary value.
Jade's veteran lawyer; Danny Kayfetz did warn her that she would be held liable for processing this arrest without proper evidence, like handwriting samples, but she refused thinking it would be a success. Then the senior crown decided to drop it right away.
Luke was a father but would teach his son to lie and swear in front of him. When a Private investigator, attempted to serve him for Public mischief, he said "he's not coming to the fucking door." and told his son to say he was sleeping.
fALSE Forgery ACCUSATION/detective erica wester & husband pc wester
In 2017, Jade was falsely accused of Forgery by her perpetrator, which impacted her credibility and made it so she was unable to get justice for her own sexual assault. After forensic examination, the court certified expert concluded that she was certain that the character reference letter was not signed by Jade, but in fact, had similarities to the complainant’s writing. Even if she signed the letter, Jade didn’t even want to use the letter in any proceeding and asked the officer Jahmal Cameron to remove the voluntary letter. It was Jahmal who wanted to push the letter forward, therefore it would show no intent or act to prejudice. There was no victim.
Of course, her perpetrator tried to blame everyone else and claim that the forensic examiner was wrong, but all forensic examiners, even ones ordered by the crown were the same and came to the same conclusion. A positive finding is very hard (proving someone signed something.) But a negative conclusion is much easier.
This particular charge caused devastation to Jade’s life and reputation. Many men asked for opinion felt that the fact that it was a character reference letter alone, showed malicious, vengeful intent. Everyone thinks women use sex assault to revenge, but what about silly reference letters, that no boyfriend would care about unless they were already angry at the girl. Police were misled to place the charge based on text messages which were related to a different character reference. Police then helped protect the man who made the report by cutting him off, during his video testimony, when he was about to state what mental issues he had, which may have jeopardized his credibility. The police interrogation was also staged. As the Detective was showing samples of his handwriting, he made a face, before he showed the signature in question. He was advised in advance, that he would be show samples of his own signature, followed by the one in question. The report was completely staged, as the Detective told him that he would warn him if he stepped into murky waters, where he could be charged. She also winked at him at the end of the statement and whispered something in his ear, which made his face turn red.
The texts showed that the man had knowledge of a previous matter for small claims, where he did provide a letter, which stated he knew her for 4 months. He texted, Is this reference for your lawyer again? Once Jade said it was for a court officer, he had regret in stating that he knew her for four months, thinking that it was serious and would be heavy evidence in a trial, not realizing that she was not convicted, it was just sent to get a report made, for an expected discharge, now dismissal. Due to his heavy criminal past of imprisonment for assault, he didn’t want to be under the criminal investigation, so stated he could only say 2 months now.
In the video statement, it also showed her perpetrator stating that he knew the letter existed 1-2 weeks into the relationship. This means that there was an earlier letter for another matter, before the one discussed in texts, where he said he would state knowing her for 2 months. Otherwise, how could he state that he knew her for two months after only a week or two? He also stated that he could not lie to the court, and pick on Jade, but yet he would say he knew her for 2 months, at a time when he only knew her for a month, which is double the time he knew her for, so he had no issue lying to an officer of the court as he claimed to have had.
He stated, You got us into a bit of an issue, The issue being saying 4 months instead of 2 to the probation officer. Jade did not bother mentioning the letter, just listened to him and respectfully tried to remove him. She asked him at a later date in person why he was okay saying 4 months for small claims, where he advised that it was a civil matter and they rarely pay attention to detail. When the officer called him and asked if he provided a letter for the matter, he denied it, knowing, that as a well planned deceiver of women, he had done a quick version of his signature, in case they broke up, not realizing forensics would still tell. He reported it to police at a later date after she reported her sexual assault to police.
Detective Erica Wester was the wife to Police constable Benjamin Wester, who was her perpetrator’s friend at the division and according to sources, a very confused officer. He happened to be the officer who took the report. She would not allow Jade to make reports and had Jade falsely arrested for forgery on purpose to help out her husband’s friend (her perpetrator) and Jahmal, the probation officer who forged her report and who was in charge of the letters (see below). 45 minutes after Jahmal was served his own law suit, he told Erica he wanted Jade arrested. The Crown said it was a malicious arrest and that he could tell someone was after Jade.
When people found out that Erica had written up 200 pages of what she thought was evidence, they found it moronic. With everything Jahmal and her perpetrator had done to her, Jade was shocked that a female officer would facilitate the perptrator’s Public mischief. Her lawyer Danny Kayfetz and Jade, even tried to tell her prior to the arrest that she would be liable if she charged Jade, but the Detective refused and thought it would be a success.
Jade also witnessed sexual touching at the division between the officer Wester and another officer; however, at the time she made the allegation, she was unaware that they were husband and wife, but now more than ever believe that they should be removed from working at the same division, if they will be acting inappropriately and helping out friends. The Crown stated that she could see that something was wrong with the complainant and that there were significant credibility issues in him, and further put officers Erica and Ben Wester, husband and wife officer in charge, who were friends to the complainant, under investigation. It felt good to hear a Crown state that the complainant had credibility issues, after being falsely accused of having credibility issues herself. The perpetrator was so calculative, he ensured to have artificially honest texts in writing, where he said he could not lie. He would also ensure anything sensitive was discussed over the phone. At one point, they started to believe that maybe Jade submitted the letter, knowing it was not his genuine signature; however, Jade was not with him long enough to know what his genuine signature looked like. Also, if someone was willing to go to that extent to sign a letter for him, why wouldn’t they just provide their own? Jade was a well liked girl, with many people to go to for reference letters. in order to call him out on not doing a genuine version of his signature when he signed the letter. He had a history of framing women whom he abused, accusing them of doing things they didn’t do.
Even if forensics was wrong and Jade had signed the letter on behalf of her perpetrator, it would not criminally be considered forgery.
This is a citation from a Forgery case in 1986, where the judge outlines the law:
(1) Every one commits forgery who makes a false document, knowing it to be false, with intent
(a) that it should in any way be used or acted upon as genuine, to the prejudice of any one whether within Canada or not, or
(b) that some person should be induced, by the belief that it is genuine, to do or to refrain from doing anything, whether within Canada or not.
The judge noted in that case: Even if by some stretch of the imagination it were to be regarded as having been used as genuine, the fact remains that no one was injured by the deception. Using a forgery as if it were an original assumes someone on whom the deception is to be practised. There has to be a target.
In order for a finding of guilt in Forgery, intent must be there to prejudice someone in Canada or abroad. Jade was not prejudicing anyone in stating 4 months instead of 2 in the letter and neither was her perpetrator.
Jade never believed that if she had to known her perpetrator for 4 months instead of 2, that the probation officer, would do or refrain from doing something to her.
Further, she was not told she had to use her perpetrator as a reference or that if she did, that she would get some benefit in doing so.
Her perpetrator was also completely willing to be a reference for her for both the first matter and this new matter, the only difference was that he was only willing to say 2 months for the new matter, so therefore, there would have been no reason for her to forge a letter on his behalf, when she could have just gotten one from him. She simply used he same letter he provided her before.
While she apologizes for stating 4 months instead of 2, when I asked her perpetrator how long she should put that she knew him for, he said that he "didn't care... to put 4 months"
She has witnessed a lot in her life that when she asks people for references or letters, and asks them how long she should put for the years known, they always say, "Put whatever, 5 years is fine." This is even if they knew her for only 4.5 years. Its a mix of not keeping track of exact times you know a person, and also not believing the small time difference, would prejudice anyone. Her perpetrator would lie about more serious things that can get people into trouble falsely or lead to other professionals making mistakes, but would make big deals bout common things people do, therefore, displaying a mental in balance. The only reason the charge was dragged out as long as it was was because of outside pressures from police officers and other crowns, who all had something to lose. The original crown, was going to withdraw the charge right away, according to her lawyer.
It should be noted that other witnesses including other women who have been abused have come forward to state that her perpetrator is very calculative and will call the police first, even after an assault, such as pushing a woman down the stairs, in order to ensure he covers his tracks so that if the woman reports it, the allegation goes nowhere. A judge recently told another woman that she is not to accuse him of pushing her down the stairs any longer, since the police report shows that he called first, claiming it was a slip and fall. Other witnesses have stated he would file contempt motions, right after being served with contempt motion paperwork, just to confuse the judge and bring commotion to the court. He would ultimately be found in contempt. He spent years committing crimes and getting by. His main ammunition was always to contact the police first, even if he was the one committing the crime. Another woman, is so hurt by his abuse that she doesn’t want to come forward and have to relive the memories. He also impregnated a 17 year old homeless woman and introduced her to alcohol, this was after he was homeless himself and addicted to drugs and alcohol. It turned out he even had a woman living in his basement, for sexual favours, while him and his wife lived upstairs, during his relationship with Jade, when he advised her they would be exclusive. He was telling this woman that she was his primary partner and having unprotected sex with her. After accusing Jade of embellishing her symptoms of PTSD, he told a judge that he would be expecting to be getting a diagnosis of PTSD, caused by being sued by Jade. It was evident, he was the one diagnosing himself, as he stated to have a book on mental illnesses and knew the symptoms in great detail. Also, no one gets PTSD from a law suit. Jade’s diagnosis was genuine because in 2015, she did not know what PTSD was and was sent by a friend, to find out what could have been wrong. Her perpetrator stated that increasing symptoms is a good way to get out of issues, so it seemed he was doing this, with his diagnosis to try to manipulate the court.
SEX ASSAULT AND SEX ASSAULT CAUSING BODILY HARM
Luke Halstead was known to lure abandoned girls, which he knew a lot about, with their need for safety. Luke would promise the girls that they could feel 100% safe and exclusive, so that he could lure them into risky sexual lifestyles that would in turn, affect their mental and physical health. Jade received a forwarded email from his email account with photos of 12 half naked women, stating "so many good little girls. Sometime's my cock needs a break." Jade was sick because Luke had called her a good little girl when he had raped her.
Jade was lured into not only a violent sexual lifestyle and subjected to painful intercourse in the form of a rape fantasy, but Luke also left long term mental scarring and the inability to have sex ever since, as he tried to lure her into a life she never new of, filled with underground and alternative thinking; drugs, sex clubs, and a strange polyamorous cult.
How did he get her? he told her she could feel 100% safe with him, that he is with no other girls and they are exclusive, the words any girl with abandonment would want to hear. Luke hated Jade so much that he did all of this to her while already having women before Jade who he was in love with and who knew about Jade before he met her, putting her at risk for std's.
Luke didn't seem to have any idea about adult relationships built on monogamy, trust, respect and traditional, respectful moral sex, coming from a mother who had had him through an affair. You can read more about the sex assault on the "Luke Halstead Polyamorous paramedic" blog.
Luke was living a lifestyle where he forced abandoned girls into violent sex against their will, claiming girls liked to be beaten during sex, with paddles and other instruments, anal sex and other deviant activities. Despite her abandonment, which makes it more difficult than most girls to end relationships after sex, she found the strength to leave, when many women stay in abusive relationships. Abandonment makes it more difficult for a girl to leave a relationship after sex, due to an emotional bond.
For someone with so much trauma, and who copes on her own, this was very damaging. It was like Luke turned into a different person, like he was enjoying hurting Jade, someone who didn't want this. Jade had nightmares for months and said she still feels bad seeing girls on their phones, worried they would meet Luke and their life would be ruined. Luke claimed girls loved being beaten during sex, anal sex and that he had broken women's bones during it. It was very unfortunate that someone she thought she trusted would subject her to abuse.
Although, she plans to wait until marriage for sex, Jade has a difficult time feeling like she will ever have sex again, due to the negativity associated with it now. It wasn't just physical pain, it was mental pain as well that may last a lifetime. She looked at both men and women differently, not knowing who they really are, if they like deviate lifestyles, which is disturbing. Luke had a history of heavier prosecutions; drugs and assault.
Luke came from a mother who was a secretary and had him with a much older senior. She destroyed a family and the man never left anything or him in the will, as his kids and real family hated Luke and his mother for what she had done, It was this reason, he may have hated women. No man had ever called Jade names before. Luke didn't know how to treat women. Jade told Luke, she never was and never will be one of his good little girls and that she would not accommodate him in any way regarding threats.
He was not credible to give relationship advice, with a short marriage and no love, allowing his wife to have sex with anyone. Jade received so many emails from his wife, and women of the strange polyamorous cult/community. She was meant to be lured in. Jade was embarrassed and said that had she known, she would not have engaged in any form of relationship with him whatsoever. The calibre of his women were women who had severe mental illness or were highly insecure or unattractive and it was a shame to everyone who knew Jade that her abandonment got the best of her.
STATEMENT OF JADE ELIZABETH THELWELL
I met the accused; Luke Halstead, on or about the beginning of January 2017
through an online dating site called ‘Bumble’. After a period of chatting, we decided
to meet around mid-January 2017. Luke said he was a single, 34 year old
Paramedic, who was divorced and looking for a life partner. I found I was attracted to
him as I was a Country Artist eager to learn the ins and outs of Country living and he
had agreed to take me hunting, to his home in Petawawa and we would sing and
play guitar together. We both enjoyed outdoor activities. On the fourth date we
began to engage in sexual intimacy with each other. The love making was normal
without any issues. Luke then told me he was separated from his wife now but that
they did continue to live in the same house on weekends, but assured me that they
did not have any sexual relationship, that she would be moving out soon, that they
would be divorcing and it would not interfere in our relationship. I wanted a
committed and permanent monogamous relationship with him and expressed my
traditional morals and values to Luke. Through all that he said to me, I believed he
wanted that kind of relationship as well.
On the day of the incident, March 2, 2017 at 9.00 p.m, Luke picked me up at my
home, and we went to his mother’s house. He started cooking when we arrived at
his apartment. He was making a Venison stew. While the food was simmering, we
were on the couch. Luke had put on a movie. Five minutes into the movie, we
kissed, engaged in heavy petting, had oral sex and normal missionary style love
making. I noticed an unusual fishy odor on Luke’s penis, but was unaware of what it
may be as he had never had it before.
At some point during our intimacy, he told me to turn over so that I was in a
crouching position. Luke then penetrated my vagina from behind. He had a large
penis and was thrusting me very hard. He was very rough, so much so that I was in
pain. I told him, “Can we please take a break. It’s hurting.” He said, “What?” I
repeated; “Can we please take a break. It’s hurting.” Luke then he asked “a break?”
in a questioning tone. He ignored my plea to stop and continued thrusting in my
vagina harder. I started to cry, eyes watering, through the extreme pain in my vagina
and tears began flowing from my eyes. He could see my face and the agony I was
in, but he continued even though I said “Ow, Luke please stop.” I could hear his
mother’s footsteps on the floor above his apartment and I believe he was scared his
mother would hear my cries so he put his right hand on my mouth and said,” Shh,”
then said, “good girl.”
By this time, I was very distressed, scared, and sad that he would want to hurt me
and continue hurting me despite my protest for him to stop. When I made further
noises of pain, he pushed his hand harder against my mouth to stifle the noise I was
making. He then put his other hand round my neck and squeezed hard for some
seconds. Luke is 6’4” tall and over 180 pounds. He is strong and I knew I could not
stop him so I kept quiet—waiting for the nightmare to end.
Finally, he forcefully pulled me up, took my head and shoved his penis into my
mouth and ejaculated. I nearly choked on the semen in my mouth. I coughed it out.
He then walked away.
My vagina was swollen and sore. I could not put my underpants on because my
vagina was so swollen, sore and in pain. He wanted to know what was wrong with
me, and I told him that my vagina is swollen because he did not stop when I said I
I went to the washroom and put hot water on my vagina . I sat on the bed and poked
at it in disbelief. I looked in the mirror at it. I was in shock about what he had done to
me. In bed he told me he’d broken a girl’s bones through beating her with a paddle
during violent sex and that girls like pain during sex and anal sex. He said he’d been
into kink for a long time and that the girls like the pain. He suggested that I should
engage in sex with him and other men or women and that he met his wife on a
dating site for kinky people who enjoy sex clubs, polyamoury and swinging. I was
shocked by what he was telling me as I thought he believed in monogamy and
normal sex, not the violent sex that he forced on me. I always thought that sex was
to be something loving and enjoyable between two people who love and care for
each other, not a painful thing gotten through deceit and self gratification.
Due to my childhood experiences, being abandoned by my father and being looked
after by a mother who was a drug addict, until I could move to my grandmothers at
18, I have had issues walking away from relationships and as a result don’t leave
relationships as quickly as I should, as I attach an emotional bond to intimacy, which
can leave me vulnerable. It’s painful for me to engage in sexual activity with men
and then never see them again, so I try to hold on, and go back and fourth in my
head before being able to let go, and although I should have called the police
immediately after what Luke did to me, I tried to block the incident from my mind. I
was also confused and worried about my reputation, so wanted to tell my producer
first. I was in pain all night and could not sleep. At 6.30 a.m., Luke dropped me off at
That same day, I told my music producer, Mike Dimitrovic about the sexual assault
Luke perpetrated on me. I told him that it hurt to pee, there was blood and my vagina
was swollen to the size of a small water balloon. He advised me to call the police. I
advised a potential investor, a stranger, I had just met for the first time, the following
day, Martin Lask of the same, who urged me to get some rest that night and then go
to the hospital following day. I told him what happened. He also witnessed my
cancellation of Country music festival performances where I was booked to perform,
which he had funded.
I did attend the hospital, after immense pain had subsided, but odor worstened. The
nurse did a vaginal swab. I told her that I had a pink discharge and there was a fishy
odour in my vagina. The nurse said that I had a bacterial infection and that the pinky
could have been some blood. She prescribed some medicines to reduce my
symptoms. I am in the process of obtaining the hospital records. My vagina was
sore and in pain for days.
When I told my grandmother I wanted to go to the Police, she said she was
concerned about my reputation in Country music and said she did not advise that I
go. I tried to let it go but after a few days, I asked my grandmother if she would come
with me to the station because the feelings worsened. She agreed. We were worried
as due to Luke’s lifestyle, we felt that he was a high risk predator to the safety of
young, vulnerable and naive women. I attended the police station—Division 53. I
spoke to Detective Inspector Bruce Connor and told him everything that happened
as set out in this statement. Prior to this date, Luke told me he had “ex army
buddies” on the Police force who would put in a good word for him, so that he will
never be charged. He also began to engage in Public mischief, which was later
discovered. I never heard back from Bruce Connor in regards to my investigation,
but after waiting 6 months, I realized that the police would not charge Luke Halstead.
I had inquired many times, as well as had my witness rejected by his partner, so
decided to close the case, fearing that it was not going anywhere due to his close
ties on the Police force. I was upset that the Police would not take any further action
after Luke’s violent sexual assault on me that caused me injury. I then decided to
continue my case, believing that I should be able to seek justice, regardless of his
As a result of the trauma I went through, I can no longer engage in any sexual or
intimate relationships with men. I am afraid. I cannot focus on my vocation as a
country singer and have disposed of all of my Country music, and videos. I try to
avoid rural areas, and feel like a black cloud is over me. I now associate Country
music with deviance and abuse. I have lost interest in my work, I cry on a daily basis
and have lost interest in the activities I liked to enjoy like; swimming, rollerblading
and song writing. I often try to avoid being outside in the sunlight, because I feel
embarrassed. I have flashbacks and at one point, I wanted to end my life to stop
thinking about it. Since last month, I have had recurring nightmares, approx, 3 times
weekly, some were of the attack, and some were being chased by Luke and his
other girls trying to kill me and members of my family with his gun. Nightmares would
end in night sweats or heavy heart racing. One morning, I had to rush to the hospital
after waking up with dizziness and heart racing. The doctor told me that nothing
appeared to be wrong with my heart and said it could have been caused by the
trauma and nightmare. I took pride in being a loving and kind girl, but now I feel like I
won’t ever be able to be a good girlfriend or wife for anyone, because Luke is always
there in my mind, reminding me constantly that I can’t trust or be happy with anyone.
I want to be alone where I’m safe. I feel afraid to have sex and have lost any interest.
I end relationships with men when I feel it moving to a romantic area. I feel like I am
not the happy, affectionate girl I was before I met Luke.
The day after I spoke to Mike, I was in discussions with a potential investor in my
singing business, and I had to tell him I could not commit to any business proposal
because of what Luke did to me. I told him what happened.
A Clinical Sex Assault psychologist is in the process of examining and assessing my
psychological condition and the necessary treatment. My producer, my grandmother
and other close friends have told me that I need counseling in order to put this
traumatic experience behind me, and cope with my life and repair my career as
everything is in a mess since Luke did this to me and they have been supportive in
helping me to access this care.
Jade suffered a lot mentally due to her sexual assault and was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and major depression.
Her perpetrator however; was dishonest when he had the judge set aside the default.
Her perpetrator was then noted in default again for another matter after being reminded twice to file a defence via email. He also lied to the judge when he stated he was unable to represent himself in a civil case due to the stress. Almost instantly, after the hearing, commenced another frivolous, vexatious action against Jade and her record label, for truthful statements she made about how he treated her, on her own website, which her record label's lawyer filed a motion for summary judgment.
The entire setting aside of the default to begin with was based on a lie by her perpetrator, claiming he didn't believe her, when the truth was that he just didn't care and knew that a judge would set it aside later, because he believed he was the boss and can do as he pleases when he pleases. Her perpetrator being in default again, means the first time was not an accident and that he was the one with credibility issues. The perpetrator had no respect for courts or judges and believed he was the boss, which judges have made in their endorsements.
In her case, the perpetrator had a history of violence and abuse towards women, according to the public record. He had been found guilty of assault charges. Her perpetrator also faced drugs charges and plead guilty to charges involving unlawful use and possession of firearms and various other explosive devices. Her perpetrator also stated to get pleasure from seeing others in pain and would subject his son to gun activity, even after child protected services, clinical investigators and other entities told him not to and that his son made his position clear on it, The son ultimately suffered Depression and anxiety as a result. None of this could be used, due to laws in place that prevent the admissibility of the accused’s criminal past. Her perpetrator had also broken a woman’s bones in the past during intimacy, and pushed a woman down the stairs.
Women, too afraid to come forward and face humiliation, had sent Jade anonymous emails stating that her perpetrator was known to believe he was above the law and received special treatment, while referring her to publicly available court cases about his prior conduct. Jade’s perpetrator had even kept a young woman in her basement for free, to perform sex favours for him and his wife. This was even at the time when he met Jade and told Jade polyamoury was in his past. His wife did send Jade an email to warn her, but her perpetrator told police that the wife was contacting Jade, out of sadness, because Jade has posted photos with him on social media (with his consent.) His wife was polyamorous, so this was evidently false.
Her perpetrator was known to contact the police first to divert the attention off of himself. A judge has ordered another woman not to accuse him of physical abuse anymore, since there is no evidence in the police report that shows that he pushed her down the stairs. This was because he was calculative and would call police first, as soon as he pushed her, to claim it was an accident. This was the same issue Jade faced when she reported her sexual assault, he would quickly go to police first to file a frivolous harassment report, then forgery after the sexual assault, when harassment did not work.
Due to various lawyers opinion, that sociopaths are often believed as hey appear credible and get away with a lot, including often misleading the court. They also prey on women with low self-esteem. In Jade’s case, this was evident as there were multiple helpless younger women with poor family backgrounds who were victim to his abuse. One of the women who alleged abuse, was a crown ward, who came from a skitzophrenic mother. Jade herself, also came from parents who did not care for her. The mental anguish on the woman can be heavy, which is why Jade wants crowns to try harder to get these men. According to Jade’s civil lawyer, she appeared credible. While civil and criminal are different, the crown should at least allow a woman’s evidence to be heard, so she isn’t re-victimized and embarrassed. This assault was also premeditated because the perpetrator had stated to police that he never cared about or trusted her during their relationship and would never say good things about her. After he raped her, he talked about how much he hated her and made fun of her acne and that she was part black. He would also bring his wife to court dates to talk about what a nice person he is, but then when not in court, claim they were getting divorced and never see each other. He claimed he was getting divorced for many years, and even lied to Jade about that, because he never actually did. He would also threaten conduct to men above his calibre, like the new boyfriends of the women he abused before, women who had no family and finally found a good man.
In Jade’s situation, she knew there were some texts and aspects about their relationship that may have been questionable or embarrassing, but with the help of her psychologists and explanations to abandonment, along with the sheer fact that she was telling the truth, she knew would overrule all else, so she reported anyway. For example, after the sex assault, the following morning when she was feeling abandoned and lost, she responded to his text that she had a good time at the sleepover, just to ensure that she wouldn’t be abandoned at an emotionally difficult time when she was still processing the incident, as fears of abandonment are more severe for her. Jade would never stay in an abusive situation very long, but always report/ expose it, because she knows she deserves better; however, many women do stay. In America, men are charged for their assaults on women all counts over 3 years, even if the woman stayed. Her perpetrator also put forward texts where she offered him $300 to cuddle, to deceive the courts, but failed to provide the rest of the texts where it said it was a joke. Her and her producer had an inside joke about how Jade always said when she became a singer, that the only luxury she wanted was a professional head stroker, to stroke her hair on demand, 10 times, for $3000 monthly. After Jade got involved with bad men, her producer and her had an inside joke, that she should pay a professional cuddler so she wouldn’t need a boyfriend.
The men were often very confused and believed genuinely that what Jade wrote was not true, but Jade had evidence to prove the truth to a tee. For example, her perpetrator said to prove that he posted her. She showed the texts from him and the posts in his own name. Emails which circumstantially are written in his angry volatile writing style, threatening to post.
He quickly changed the subject and asked her to prove that he lures abandoned girls into harmful sexual relationships, so she showed the text that Jade sent him before intimacy where she said she was gonna just end the relationship, where he said polyamoury is in his past and that he agrees monogamy is better and that Jade should not be judgmental to his past. Her perpetrator knew at this time that he was polyamorous but he lied to Jade and was having unprotected sex with other women at the same time as Jade, without telling her. He claimed that she initiated the casual relationship, but realistically, he knew she would be vulnerable after intimacy and hurt and possibly force herself to accept his lifestyle. All men know this. To say what a woman wants to hear, until after intimacy. One of the women was a crown ward and another woman he used had no place to live and minimal family as well so he let her live in the basement for sexual favours.
Then her perpetrator said to prove that he lets his wife spread her legs for any man. Jade showed a text where he says that his friend met his wife on a fetish sex site too, and then he told Jade that his wife and him go to sex clubs and have sex with the strangers there and then they go to swinger events and have sex with other couples. This would be strangers... so as it can be seen, he genuinely believed that the statements on her site were false, but Jade genuinely believes and has evidence that she believes proves otherwise.
Jade was also correct about his assault and assault with a weapon charges that he ended up admitting to under oath. The military firearms charges he confirms are his, and he also admits to a mischief like charge while in the military and then. So Jade had it correct the first time when she said he had a probation. Jade doesn't allege that he was charged with public mischief. Jade only alleges that he engages in public mischief. In order for defamation to be deemed true, Jade only has to prove that substantially all of her statements are true, so we know the assault charges were true, and a lot of the other statements are true about polyamoury, sex clubs, multiple women, sharing photos of women without their consent etc. any small statements she could not prove, a judge can usually rule that due to the truthfulness of substantially all of her other statements, that this is likely true too or that she believed it was true, or else at least that even though she can't prove that one statement is true, that because all of the other statements that can be proven, that this one small statement being untrue would not substantially impact a person's opinion of him more than what has already been proven true. His income also never matched his claims that he was always broke. He would con women and hide the money in cash, deliberately allowing cheques to bounce for home and car payments, while conning women to pay for things for him, claiming to be scraping up change for gas.
A good example of his deceit and inability to respect women’s privacy and consent, was when he was able to convince the police and his work place that he did not know where nude/explicit photos of women came from, after he shared the photos from his own email address, to a friend, without the women’s consent. He was able to get his work to think of him as the victim. His wife, whom he was separated from, and whom he hid their lifestyle from her family for many years, even forwarded the email from his account, to Jade, to warn her that he was living another life, concerned if he was being honest with Jade. Jade tried to file a complaint with his work, for him sharing the women’s photos without their consent, because two of the women contacted Jade to say that they never gave him the consent to share it and were hurt by it. One boyfriend of one of the girls also contacted Jade to ask him how he obtained a photo of his girlfriend, worried there was infidelity.
Despite that liberals believe polyamoury is okay, it isn’t.
Adam was a Toronto based investment banker living up the bachelor lifestyle, not caring what girl he hurts, admitting in writing, to sleeping with ten women in a 2 year period. Everyone she told, felt so bad for her. Jade could not speak about what happened to her without breaking down into tears up to a year later. There was no worse feeling than being treated like trash.
After sex a few times, he just blocked her and she felt so hurt and discarded. Lots of quick meets. never any proper dates, just promises to have more free time soon.
A good man would never block a girl post intimacy a few times. Adam then lied and said that Jade ruined his career and cost him money, being sent home from work, when he was really promoted. Adam wanted to give her a double dose, by going further in harming her than just using and blocking.
Jade was charged with 1 count Criminal Harassment. Adam was Jade's first boyfriend she had ever had. The events which led to the charges were when Adam initiated an intimate relationship, in which Jade advised that if she were to become intimate, she would expect that it would not be a casual relationship because she is not capable of doing so. Through a series of text messages, Adam advised that he did not want a casual relationship either and would be in a genuine relationship with her. Adam also knew about her previous traumatic experience with Christopher Payne, where her Passport was seized unlawfully and she hit a career halt, as a result of her inability to travel.
Adam then blocked Jade the day before a scheduled date, after 2.5 months of dating. Jade began texting him repetitively demanding an explanation.
During this time, Adam went back and forth in regards to meeting her for closure. Adam claimed that most girls are okay with casual relationships, was not considerate to Jade's feelings and went to the Police to report that Harassment, where he provided false information to the police, that it was meant to be a "casual relationship."
He also provided a fraudulent victims statement, where he stated that his work suffered as a result of the harassment; however, it was discovered that he had been recently promoted to Assistant vice president, shortly after the arrest.
In 2017, her lawyer; Lisa White, who Jade realized at a later date, failed to review her evidence coerced her Jade to plead guilty to the charge. Danny Kayfetz took over and charge was withdrawn, she shouldn't have plead guilty.
"Adam was the 1st boyfriend Jade I had. We met on line and I insisted if we were to proceed it had to be serious committed relationship. After saying that I was everything he wanted in a girl; beautiful, soft spoken, talented and thin and telling me he was happy with me, I was blocked, abruptly. This hurt me. We were intimate by this point, numerous times and I had every right to confront him. Adam did not care about my feelings or emotions and brushed me off like having sex with him shouldn't have mattered at all. Men always try to downplay the relationship, in terms of amount of time spent together. Adam always wanted to convince me that most girls were okay with casual sex, but I knew this wasn't true and that I was perfectly normal to expect respect, safety and security after making it clear to Adam that was what I wanted in order to move to a sexual area. I proceeded asking questions and he agreed to meet me and give me the closure.
We never met cause he lied.
So I have a message for those who believe Adam was victimized; Imagine yourself or your sister or mother being in a relationship with Adam, have sex, being entered multiple times, performed oral, risking STDs as Adam had multiple sex partners, then blocked. Then expect of yourself, your sister or mother to go on like nothing ever happened. Expect to be very happy despite of what had happened. This is what you who believe Adam was victimized are suggesting I should be like." - Jade Naraine
A good man will end the relationship in person and nicely. Adam made it seem like most girls are okay with casual sex, but she knew he was lying since a few days later he said he knew she would react that way, since he's been through it all before many times...
Her psychologists have said that many stunning, really nice girls are being ghosted, blocked or used by men they are meeting online. That was what fueled Jade most to post the warnings. When her psychologist told her many girls are going through this, she felt that what gives a man the right to use a beautiful girls body and dump it like trash. Jade's psychologist said that those girls are being ghosted after sex the first or second time and knowing them for a week or two, and that Adam blocking Jade after 2.5 months was very disrespectful. Many girls develop emotions after just knowing a man for one month.
detective nicole ozretic
Despite the fact that the complainant did not want her charged, and was honest by stating that he felt no fear from her 13 texts, just found them annoying, and that he wanted police to caution her only, she still charged Jade, 25 days after the last text, and even after following the police caution. Jade spent almost 3 years of her life, being turned upside down, where public was shocked that anyone would be charged for sending 13 texts to an ex-boyfriend after a breakup.
This Detective stated that she had spoken to the other officers at the division and knew of the prior charge, where the Detective Lauren Hassard took her passport unlawfully, so it seemed like she was trying to help her colleagues by giving Jade a hard time and had invested interest in placing charges. The charge took years to resolve, caused her credibility and reputation to be stripped for some time, with people wondering about the harassment charge, assuming the worst, but it was ultimately withdrawn, thousands of dollars later, and hundreds of headaches and teary days later. She called the complainant multiple times to push him to place charges, where he kept stating he did not feel fear and did not wish to.
Jade grew up with very traditional values due to being raised by her grandmother, so casual sex was foreign to her. She never had a boyfriend before that and did not have sex for the first time until 23. Jade was hoping Nicole would just let it go because it was her first dating experience and she didn't know how much it would hurt and with a promise that she would not text him again.
The complainant always held that Jade was a very sweet girl and understands that filling a void with sex was not a healthy lifestyle for the women he met and that he wished he had of paid more attention to what she said when they started dating, which is that she does not do casual sexual relationships and wanted something genuine and long term. He said if he could go back in time he would have done things differently.
On March 25th, 2019, her guilty plea for the harassment charges she originally plead guilty to, for sending her prior boyfriend 13 non threatening texts, asking for an explanation was set aside/struck by the court. Click here
LISA A WHITE CRIMINAL DEFENcE
Lisa was a lawyer who did not how much losing your career and life and dealing with Police Bullying can traumatize a young girl. Everything you've worked for gone to waste for years. She would plug her ears when Jade spoke, never believe her, wouldn't believe officers do lie and do malicious things, fail to protect and just say that the best she would get was a probation. As soon as Daniel Kayfetz took over, everything was overturned or set to be withdrawn, as he began to show the misconduct and abuse Jade had endured, basically, defending her properly.
Lisa allowed Jade's dignity to be destroyed by the next individual. Lisa could have left her with a probation, which would affect american travel, bruising her career more.
It is a lawyers job to defend, not prosecute. Danny said, if he had of been there from the start, he would have had everything withdrawn right away. Lisa would talk about what a good lawyer she was, but was lacking life knowledge, experience and skill, who didn’t understand the politics and police misconduct. It was because of Lisa White, that Jade originally plead guilty, to sending a boyfriend 13 non-threatening text messages. Jade was never found guilty and never convicted, her lawyer Lisa White told her to plead guilty or she would face jail time. The plea was overturned and the charge was eventually withdrawn.
Click here to see letter: Danny Kayfetz had to move to strike the plea, on the grounds of ineffectiveness of counsel.
On March 25th, 2019, her guilty plea for the harassment charges she originally plead guilty to, for sending her prior boyfriend 13 non threatening texts, asking for an explanation was were set aside. Click here
Unfortunately, many times, lawyers do not have their clients best interest at heart, and are looking to take a flat rate and arrange for a deal with a crown rather than go to trial.
Click here to read an excerpt from the transcript, where the presiding judge herself was hesitant to accept anything Lisa said, stating that “Anyone can send 13 texts and it wouldn’t be criminal harassment”, but Lisa would coerce her to see that her client was guilty, when she wasn't.
Lisa caused her to have a PSR prepared by the next individual, where she failed to point out any inconsistencies in the report, so as a result, she was sent to the one after that, Dr. McDonald.
When Jade expressed her concerns about being charged for Forgery, Lisa stated “You’re not being charged for forgery, he’s claiming harassment.” Jade tried to tell her over and over that he was not harassing him. She ended up not being charged for harassment, but being charged for forgery.
How could Lisa send her for any assessment without first fixing the report, if everyone wanted an accurate conclusion.
On March 25th, 2019, her guilty plea for the harassment charges she originally plead guilty to, for sending her prior boyfriend 13 non threatening texts, asking for an explanation was set aside/struck by the court. Click here
the ministry of correctional services
Jahmal Cameron breached multiple codes of conduct when he degraded, and harmed Jade's dignity in court by using her perpetrator as a character reference. A probation officer is always supposed to act truthfully, honestly and in a way which does not degrade, humiliate or interfere with the dignity of people in their care. A probation officer must also always be willing to investigate and be open to evidence.
The probation officer refused to listen when she advised that one of her references was her perpetrator, previously reported to the police. In court she was humiliated when he allowed her perpetrator to slander her in court. The probation officer then doctored her other references statements, one being one of Canada's power book top earners, who was one of her investors, who said she was always polite, friendly, normal, and very kind and compassionate. The probation officer wrote that she harassed him too. The millionaire had to have a notarized letter prepared which explained his anger in being deliberately misquoted.
Jade was in tears on her court day, where no one would believe that a probation officer would do something like this. She hired a new lawyer, Danny Kayfetz from whom she learned that she should have never plead guilty to her charge. The report was no longer used in court and dismissed.
Jade doesn't have any opposition to Jahmal's support of orgies, sex clubs, rape fantasies, or risky sexual lifestyles. What Jade's issue is, refers to his supporting those things when acting as a government employee. The vast majority of people don't like that, so he needs to ethically allow her to have her perpetrator removed from the report or allow her to mention in the report the reasons why they broke up. Rape and sexual violence should never be supported by the Government. We should never give them that much power, or they will repeat it again. Jahmal was hired to write a report but was incapable of the simple task. Jahmal was a government hired professional who doctored the statements of a well known millionaire. This same man even paid $10,000 for her legal fees to correct the damage that Jahmal had done. He was a "cocky" officer, who refused to apologize and kept telling her references and her that it was up to him to decide what would go into the report, over and over.
He also allowed her perpetrator to degrade her suffering of Depression and PTSD. Those around her could see that this was not made up and they tried to do everything they could to help her. Jade had 8 witnesses to her traumatic state as well as a psychology report proving that there was a validity scale, which makes it impossible to fake or increase symptoms. It is all in Luke's law suit. Jahmal would have made things easier on himself, Erica, Luke, Jade and not exhausted the court process by simply removing her perpetrator and writing a truthful report. Psychologists were concerned with how this probation officer would use the ex boyfriends statement to have any factual basis.
Jahmal's actions impacted her ability to get justice for anything that happens to her, and made it extremely difficult for Jade moving forward, to prove her credibility. He states in his defense that Jade could have shown her letters and evidence to her lawyer or in court, but who would believe Jade, after reading Jahmal's report?
Jahmal's actions impacted many, from Jade's lawyer, who faced civil action, to an action against Dr. MccDonald for misdiagnosis, all at Jahmal's fault. This was why it was vital Jahmal did his job accurately. Jade believes it is appropriate that the Ministry of Correctional services make a donation to a charity which supports women after abuse so that Jahmal will understand the seriousness of his actions. After the court date, Jade called Jahmal to ask why he would alter her references statements, where he responded; "firstly, what happened at the last court date?" Eager to know the results of his damage.
Jahmal no longer works as a probation officer and has since moved to a new Ministry. It is unknown if Jade's action had anything to do with this.
ANGUS MCCDONALD PSYCHOLOGIST
Angus misdiagnosed Jade. Angus made a conclusion based on no testing. He relied on the presentencing report that Jahmal had made without realizing that it was fraudulent. A judge had stated that a PSR is hearsay evidence, so in other words, he did no psychological testing, but concluded based on hearsay evidence and an interview, which he stated the interview did not show any signs of any mental illness. The report was ultimately formally dismissed by Daniel Kayfetz in the criminal court, and the guilty plea it was prepared for, was struck by the court. Three other psychologists reviewed the report and found that Jade did not fit the description. For example, Angus thought Jade shouldn’t be believed without doing due diligence; however, it was determined that Jade was very reliable and credible and that the individuals who had made opinions of her, like her perpetrator, who admitted to criminal charges and guilty pleas for assaults, assaults with weapons, and who had a history of manipulating women and immoral sexual lifestyles, firearms and mischief like military charges, were not. See, judgments section in Justice Anschell, for explanation on how even though her perpetrator believed his statements about Jade were true, that they were really caused by his own mental illness.
Angus relied heavily on statements by her perpetrator, who said that Jade embellished up her symptoms of PTSD and Depression; however, this was untrue. She was diagnosed in 2015, after he friends and family sent her to find out why she was so sad all the time. It was her perpetrator who had a psychology book and ended up diagnosing himself with PTSD, before being diagnosed professionally. During a hearing, he stated that he would be getting a PTSD diagnosis, caused by the law suit she commenced against him for sexual assault. It was evident he was dramatizing, since a person wouldn’t be capable of being the strong, man’s man he claimed to be, if one law suit, causes PTSD. Jade’s diagnosis was genuine because in 2015, she did not know what PTSD was and was sent by a friend, to find out what could have been wrong. Her perpetrator stated that increasing symptoms is a good way to get out of issues, so it seemed he was doing this, with his diagnosis to try to manipulate the court. He also stated that he had felt sorry for her because she had a way of leaving things out… but if she left out that she made up her PTSD and Depression, then where did he come up with that idea to begin with?
Danny Kayfetz had to get both reports dismissed formally from use in court and Elaina Cohen, psychologist provided a brand new report, stating that Jade had no mental illness and was a very nice girl, after thorough testing.
Danny stated that if Lisa had of cleared up the Jahmal’s report, let alone had her plead not guilty, Jade wouldn’t have needed to attend any psychological assessment to begin with. Angus was provided with notarized letters from references saying they were misquoted, but he failed to do any due diligence, because he believed the PSR, which stated false information by her perpetrator, that Jade was known to falsificate. It was a shame he didn’t even make any effort to contact a notary public to check if the letters were all genuine, let alone a shame he would even think they were not genuine to begin with since they had a notary stamp and sticker on them.
“I just haven't been lucky. "The psychiatrist who misdiagnosed me, has caused issues before” - Jade Naraine https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/college-warns-psychiatrist-over-jailhouse-interview/article1034270/ - He also had a history of making cookie cutter conclusions’ with the use of the words “likely has” without doing full diligence in making a for sure diagnosis’.
Jade got a new report from another psychiatrist who reviewed Angus' report and the available evidence and concluded that Jade likely does not have the borderline personality disorder, and that she has indeed suffered with chronic PTSD, abandonment and moderate depression and that these symptoms were not self-diagnosed but carefully assessed by professionals and are in line with her childhood situation and traumatic events over the last several years.
Her lawyer noticed Angus also accidentally says he instead of she, at certain times in the report, so realized it was a stencil report that is used for all patients. He also diagnosed another heavy criminal with life in prison for sex assaults and arson to "likely has a personality disorder of some mixed type" - but obviously more severe versions. In terms of Jade he said that if she has anything, the most likely diagnosis is a personality disorder of some mixed type, likely borderline, but noted that they were not particularly prominent and didn't appear to be there at present, which doesn't make much sense to begin with. It seems to be a standard for his diagnosing. He also did no formal testing, which is not required by a psychiatrist, but when she ended up doing them with another doctor, it didn't show any signs of either disorder. It was due to Lisa White's negligence that Jade was sent to the complex mental illness unit at CAMH. Danny said they usually send severe and heavy criminals there to be tested, so Angus was used to releasing those kinds of diagnosis'.
Jade would not have cared about Angus' misdiagnosis if the report was not shared with so many people. To be fair, Angus tried to defend himself by stating that he said it was not particularly prominent and that he never said she for sure had them, but other people did reference the report when they said Jade was severely mentally ill. This means people will always interpret the report the wrong way. It should not have suggested she had anything, if he didn't know for sure. Jade has told Angus' lawyer that she mainly just wants a declaration/ admittance that says he made a mistake and that after learning in more detail, he concludes his original opinion was wrong, just in case it ever comes up again in her life, and then she will not proceed with the action.
Other psychologists like Dr. Pamela Percy, who assessed her for her sexual assault, stated that while Jade’s traits typify Borderline personality disorder, that in her case, they would be caused by Depression and PTSD, due to her empathetic and compassionate personality.
They stated that very detailed and extensive testing must be done to conclude someone with that disorder and Angus' assessment was only preliminary. Any conclusion from a psychiatrist who has not completed testing, should be made with caution, as the symptoms can be mistaken for other issues. Due to Jade’s compassion and empathy, it was impossible that she would have met the criteria, after thorough testing.
The report further stated that she most likely diagnosed herself with PTSD and Depression, which is what her perpetrator stated. Jade was actually formally diagnosed in 2015, by a psychologist who used a validity scale, which was all valid and interpretable scores.
The report further concluded that Jade see’s herself as the victim and others as the perpetrator, which was a negligent conclusion, because the doctor failed to see that Jade had been falsely charged with harassment and subjected to much professional misconduct and predatorial type men when she started dating.
On March 25th, 2019, her guilty plea for the harassment charges she originally plead guilty to, for sending her prior boyfriend 13 non threatening texts, asking for an explanation was were set aside/struck by the court.. Click here
Angus stated that Jade see’s herself as the victim and others as the perpetrator, but it turned out to be true. Not only was she the victim of a lot of harm, but the very charge he was assessing her for, turned out to be a false charge too, and only went that far due to ineffectiveness of counsel. He also made a silly statement that it was perhaps personality issues, as to why she wasn’t further in her career, but failed to acknowledge the unlawful passport seizure, or that before and after that time without a Passport, her career was doing well, and professionals only had good to say about her.
a couple more men and the harm they caused
Jade met and dated a couple of other men who were dishonest, and disingenuous as well. After Jade released a truthful statement of how she was treated, online, Michael Elaschuk, one of the men began working with two other men, her perpetrator and a lawyer who she alleges were conspiring, harassing and defaming her. Michael Elaschuk and her perpetrator would be added to an existing law suit with another man.
All of the complainants have provided false police reports under oath, lied blatantly and fabricated evidence. Police would just take the reports and place the charges. There was no real investigation aside from taking the complainants words as fact. They wouldn’t execute handwriting sampling, take the accused evidence into consideration before placing the charges, call notary public’s to find out if letters are genuine, or anything else, to ensure that the investigation is 100% thorough. In domestic breakups, Detectives should be extra careful. It would save thousands of people from revengeful ex-boyfriends or girlfriends bringing false charges forward.
PC McGrath, whom Jade met in her January arrest stated to have been acquitted of assault after his ex-girlfriend falsely accused him. Domestic crimes are very tricky. PC McGrath said he had many texts from her, threatening him, which he used in his trial to prove that she was aggressive and revengeful. It would have been nice if police looked at those prior to placing the arrest, as he described the experience to be very degrading. It can be degrading to be falsely charged for your perpetrators. which was why January was a difficult time for Jade emotionally. Without PC McGrath there, who was an angel, she may not have made it through, as she had to be taken to hospital to cope with suicidal thoughts. Nevertheless, things always get straightened out. The action against these men for harassment, sexual harassment, malicious prosecution and defamation has commenced.
Click here to see a letter from a producer at her record label, who received harassing and threatening emails from these men. Jade was falsely charged for harassment, for asking the two other men to stop, because the men failed to tell police about their campaign against her.
MICHAEL ELASCHUK SALESFORCE
Jade then met another man, Michael Elaschuk, account executive at salesforce who more or less, was dishonest. After taking her to lavish restaurants and spending thousands on dates, bringing balloons for her to do photo shoots, and telling her she was the most beautiful girl he had ever seen and how he could not believe she was with him, he was so puzzled by it because she was so pretty... he demanded she remove their photos together, after already giving permission after one date at the Christmas market together, explaining that it has to be that way for now for at least six months, co workers are laughing at the photos and printing them off, a coworker had to be fired for printing off the photos and putting them on everyone's desks at work...they had done this before according to Michael... and he cannot explain why. But wait... she entered the relationship with heavy persistence by Mike, when Jade wasn't even interested in a second date, delaying it... until she decided to go and got to know Mike more and started to develop feelings, and her only wish was that they could take photos together.
Prior to this, he had said he wanted to bring Jade to meet his friends at work, so they can see that she was real, so Jade was confused. Jade assumes people laugh because he's known to go through women, as he claimed to be used for cc's and money in the past and cheated on on the wedding day. He took it all out on her. Why else would it be so funny to be in photos with your beautiful girlfriend? It was so absurd to people she spoke to, why a coworker would print off the photos and take effort to put them on everyone's desks and why that would affect him so much. No other man could understand why, unless he was playing the field. It was very immature and not the behavior of a real man. A real man would be proud to have such a beautiful girlfriend.
After further investigation, he was hiding his Instagram, changing usernames a few times each day and was being dishonest, so Jade knew this was not what she wanted. He was following porn stars and escorts on social media and had a stripper as a friend. Jade wanted a real man who could build a relationship on trust. It was later discovered that his girlfriend or wife, whom he had known before Jade, had a child with him shortly after Jade and his relationship ended… However, during their relationship, there was a website online stating; “married for 868 days”, which he claimed was false as the wedding never happened. He would ask how his instagram concerned her, but when your in an intimate relationship with a girl, of course, following so many escorts and pornographic accounts would concern her.
There was an injunction granted against Jade, fraudulently, by one of the men. This particular man claimed he had no association with the other men who were defaming her online. After cross examining her perpetrator, it turned out the other man did have association, and had even met with her perpetrator and the other man on an ongoing basis to collude, as false defamatory posts and false police reports where they would all call at the same time, happened shortly after these meetings. Jade is appealing the order a second time, with the fresh evidence as of September 2019. As this man did not have clean hands, no injunction should have been granted as he was engaging in the same conduct he was alleging. Further, the statements on third party sites were true as well, but because Jade was a self represented litigant at the time, she did not bring her evidence to prove the truth, to that hearing, believing that the truth was what the trial was for. All of her statements on all of the men, could be proven to be true based on texts, court records and other evidences. Even the man’s lawyer was in on it. They were obsessed with her that within 2 minutes of tweeting something completely normal, all 3 men and one of their lawyers contacted the police at the same time, seconds apart, to complain, for her doing absolutely nothing wrong.
Jade then met one more man who lured her into Polyamoury, sex clubs, drugs and disease A life she never knew of or wanted.
Luke was a sadist it would seem. All of his alternative looking "queen st" women and partners came out and told Jade that they were his life partner and meeting his friends and family. That they were in love. They all had photos with Luke. Luke denied it all, even though the girls had photos with him. He claimed it was him at first who wrote it, to convince her the underground community of orgies sex clubs, violent and risky sex, drugs, and swingers was a good thing, then changed it to it was a friend, until the photos showed up and he got angry and denied it and called Jade crazy.
Jade's psychologist said that Polyamoury is mental illness. Jade was sent a dirty email from his wife, from Luke's email account to a friend, with 12 lewd women Luke was having sex with, stating something very vulgar about them. "so many good little girls, sometimes my cock needs a break." It was clear that all these poor girls were very insecure or abandoned, why they would be sending their beautiful bodies for a man to laugh at and use.
It still angers her how disrespectful it was. Can you imagine having sex with your boyfriend who just had sex with another girl with a bacterial infection and then subjecting you to horrendous physical pain? Maybe his crowd is okay sharing bacteria, but she NEVER agreed to that. Let’s remember that before sex, he was “divorced” and “fully capable of monogamy” was kind, gentle, agreed to teach her about the country lifestyle, since she was a country artist. – it would be impossible for any polyamorous to live without deceiving for personal gain. The seriousness of this is that he could have accidentally given her aids or permanently destroyed her body as he did her mind.
It was disrespectful and immature of him to start a new relationship with a girl like Jade and expect her to be inherently okay with these polyamorous terms and living arrangements. Luke was unable to differentiate between love and sex addiction.
Luke had heavy control on young women as when they would contact Jade, and she would inform Luke, within minutes, Facebook accounts and Instagram's were deleted without trace. He promised to "bring a universe of shit onto Jade, it would make her head spin" in a text message. And, "have people performing in the same Country music festivals, who would make things bad for her." She quit Country music, with the nightmares she had of Luke's assault and abuse. Polyamorous nonsense, he tried to lure her into, but really just a cover up,but really sex addiction, with a sickness who wanted to have sex with many people at the same time. One who was born out of Polyamoury and wanted to have two wives one day.
The amount of embarrassment that a singer like her had because he told everyone about her before they even met. Jade felt so victimized. Can you imagine the feeling of dating someone and his girlfriends come out at the end and says “I knew all about you, Luke told me he was going to meet you.”
"He always plays the victim, but he told me we were monogamous. he told me I was 100% safe and exclusive, before sex, but he already had life partners. I never knew this, but he did and that’s why he’s the predator and liar. Why would he go around stealing the intimacy of sex from girls, destroying their mental and physical health. There were all these dirty girls waiting, ready and waiting. Luke said girls liked violent sex. Why me?" - Jade
Good men know that its ridiculous and disgusting and would never work, and isn't fair to anyone, sex clubs are dirty, or drugs. That was what she wanted. A good conservative, traditional man, who wasn't conformed to the new "Everything is okay, don't judge mentality.
It was victimization. Luke also collected photos. Every woman he met, he would ask to pose with his gun so he can show friends.
DETECTIVE MAUREEN TRUEMAN, detective RUBY DHATT, detective LORIE PALERMO and 53rd division
Maureen was the Detective who was the partner in charge of Bruce Conner, originally in charge of her sexual assault complaint. Once he fell ill, she neglected the case for almost 9 months, while also helping her perpetrator harm her life, once Jade filed a complaint against her. The entire division then became devoted to helping support a group of men with their fraudulent police reports against her.
When Jade tried to file a harassment complaint, she ignored the evidence and continued to allow Jade to be harassed by her perpetrators. Jade followed up with police for many months while cc’ing Maureen Trueman on correspondences, but all went ignored.
Jade's witness Martin Lask claimed that the phone call from Detective Maureen Trueman was very "weird," where he went on to say that it felt like she did not want him to attend court and she was asking inappropriate questions and trying to cause an argument. She also seemed surprised that he would be attending court in support of her sexual assault private prosecution, that Maureen tried to interfere with out of fear that through bypassing her and having her charges privately laid, that it would make her look negligent. Jade felt very belittled, that Maureen would think she had been intimate with an investor. Jade felt she was a talented singer and that it was rude of her for thinking she would need to engage in intimacy with an investor.
This is what Jade's goal was in contacting both Andrei and Luke. Jade was receiving emails, posts and daily harassing Youtube comments, that became so harassing and clearly in Luke's writing, she had to remove the ability to make comments on her videos. The police were neglecting her case and she needed some stronger evidence.
She always felt strongly that the emails that were being sent were from her ex boyfriend, Luke; however, there were a couple of them, which looked to have been written by past friend Andrei Korottchenko. Andrei Korottchenko and Jade were only intimate once when Andrei pushed one evening after dinner, by kissing her neck and shoulder. She told him she did not want to do anything, but claims he kept pushing her. At one point she thought Luke and Andrei may have been working together to provoke her. Again, this would have never happened if Maureen did her work; however, it has become increasingly clear that Maureen wanted to neglect Jade's case.
It was overall very simple to us all. Jade's case was neglected. Maureen never really cared about it, then when she noticed complaints, movement and upcoming media coverage around her, to avoid scrutiny, she attempted to block Jade and pile up more onto her to discredit her.
Maureen made a huge issue about the fact that she had made an instagram account for her perpetrator while they were dating. Further, after her perpetrator gave her consent to post photos with him on instagram, she made an account for him, in the hope that he would eventually take over.
Jade apologized right away for the instagram account, when they were still dating, and stated that she should have asked, but just got excited about the country pictures he said that they would take. In no way was any of this more serious and painful than a sex assault and Maureen should have known that the perpetrator would not be suffering any severe issues from an instagram account, as Jade would have from the violating assault. Maureen was not a very good Detective, who couldn’t see through the perpetrator into his plethora of deceit, prior assault, firearm and drug charges, and abuse towards women. The perpetrator went as far as to lie about paying for things, despite that Jade had the receipts and evidence that she did, lying about the cause of breakup and more. Jade’s perpetrator had even stated to his work that he did not know where explicit and nude photos of women came from, after he shared them without the women’s consent. With all of this, Jade never wanted him to go to jail, because she was too compassionate. She told police that just wanted him to get some help for his sex addiction and aggression.
Maureen didn’t even pick up on the fact that the men were trying to deliberately pin whatever they could on Jade, when the perpetrator and another man conspired to blame Jade for a loosened lugnut on the perpetrator’s car, many months after the fact. Maureen even became so hurt that her weight was mentioned, despite not caring how she made Jade feel when she called Jade irrational or spread false information about her mental health to citizens.
Jade became a target for 53rd division.
There are laws currently in place which prevent the use of the accused's criminal history or sexual lifestyle, so that the accused is not prejudiced. In her case, the perpetrator had a history of violence and abuse towards women, according to the public record. He had been convicted of aggravated assault, for a savage beating of a man, along with drugs charges and charges involving unlawful use and possession of firearms. None of this could be used, due to laws in place that prevent the admissibility of the accused’s criminal past. Her perpetrator had also broken a woman’s bones in the past during intimacy; however, again, the law prevents the use of a man’s sexual history. Women had sent her anonymous emails stating that her perpetrator was known to believe he was above the law and received special treatment and had the similar traits to a sociopath who even kept a young women in the basement for free, under heavy control, for sexual favours for him and his wife.
Many members of the public affected by his abuse, asked to attend Jade’s civil trial, for sexual assault out of hope he will be brought to justice somehow. Many members of the public affected by his abuse, asked to attend Jade’s civil trial, for sexual assault out of hope he will be brought to justice somehow. Maureen would even reveal to Jade’s perpetrator and other men information about her prior investigations, and that she had a cease and desist with police. Information that they are not to release to just anyone. She did not have a cease and desist. It was a misunderstanding, the lawyer cleared up that it was a notice that anything involving civil litigation is to be directed only to the lawyer for TPS.
Maureen, after her neglect, charged her for contacting her perpetrator and another man to ask them to stop interfering with her life and contacting radio and television stations to ruin her opportunities, since police were not helping. (Protected by the necessity defence)
There are also many cases where convictions happened for men, where the woman kept going back and staying in the relationship for many years. The police charged the man for all incidents over 3 years. Police should have not made a big deal about Jade's abandonment kicking in, where she sent a text to her perpetrator wanting to hold for a day, which was triggered by the feeling of him abandoning her when he was angry. In America men are charged every day for sex assault and assault on their girlfriends, but the girlfriend keeps going back to him. It doesn't mean the assault did not happen.
Jade also sent texts to her perpetrator expressing that he is a bad person and likes to hurt women during sex. Police need to understand that some women have emotional issues during break ups so it can be hard to let go when their emotional issues kick in but that it doesn't mean the sex assault did not happen, once the girl comes to her senses and leaves the relationship. Jade was not as bad as some women when it comes to staying with abusive men. Jade feels a little emotional during a breakup but has previously explained that it only lasts a day or so because she knows she deserves to be treated well by men and she would not stay in any abusive relationships very long and would always report it or expose it. Now, due to Jade's new self in that she does not invest intimately into relationships unless its long term, she protects herself so there is a less chance of getting hurt. Maureen was influenced by other people and other things and failed to do a thorough investigation.
Maureen and this division had a lot of things wrong and would misinterpret a lot.
An example of a misinterpretation was when the men took a tweet where Jade said "looking for my next victim" and tried to use it against her, but what they did not know, is that the tweet was a sarcastic remark to one of their emails, accusing her of being a sexual predator. Jade thought their email was ridiculous, considering that they are obviously predators and she was the one who was misled by them in texts claiming polyamoury was in his past, but to show them that she was not going to fall into their silly statements, she made a joke, a mockery of how she has been perceived.
One more example of misinterpreting her. Jade or those around her sent her perpetrator a text out frustration, stating that judges almost always award women for sex assaults and that they hope he hired a good lawyer.
This would be similar to when the men sent her messages stating; hope you hired a good lawyer, or you will be behind bars soon. You're getting convicted for sure and write online, all we have to do is bury her in charges and legal bills to ruin her career. Clearly her perpetrator was not a victim, neither was the other man, not of forgery, not of anything. Her perpetrator suffered no loss ie money, job, prejudice, even if it was a forged letter. He offered to provide her a nice letter in his own texts submitted to police. Jahmal forced Jade to use the letter in the proceeding. Jade thought it was voluntary and asked that it be removed once her perpetrator started to threaten her and she saw who he really was and felt his anger would be a conflict of interest. Jahmal forced her to use it in the proceeding, then called police 45 minutes after Jade served him court documents for forging the statement of Rolf Reininghaus.
This is just two sides expressing their frustration. Perhaps her perpetrator was frustrated because he did not want his manipulation and abuse to women to come out and wanted her in jail so he can pretend he is a good person, same as Jade and those around her are frustrated that it has been such an uphill battle for Jade to get justice, when it's evident from multiple women who don't know each other alleging abuse, that he is not a good guy and Jade and those around her wanted to tell him that he will be brought to justice.
The police probably thought that Jade was malicious the statements. But if police have accepted the men’s mean statements as genuine, then it's possible Jade's was too. There are always multiple ways to look at things. She probably should not have done these things, just so there is no controversy, but states that she wanted to react to their emails as a joke, to let the guys know they don't bother her.
When Jade told Maureen she felt the two men were contacting her, Maureen sarcastically asked how she knew it was them, but when when Jade told a lawyer that the emails said "This is not them." He smirked and said yeah... usually when someone says it isn't them, 99% of the time it is them... So it's just basic common sense.
The police thought that Jade was malicious in her statements. There are always multiple ways to look at things.
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Not only is Jade a Country singer but she’s also a women’s rights activist and soon to be women’s rights lawyer, fighting for change in the area of a better and more fair justice and legal system for women who are victims of sexual assault and sexual harassment in Canada. In 2019, Jade won the people’s choice award for community activism, at the 2019 Waterfront Awards in Toronto.
Inspired by many powerful figures in women’s rights like; Gloria Allred, Jade aims to fight fearlessly for change. With years of experience representing herself in successful actions, where Hon. Justice A. O’Marra, told her during a hearing for her own sexual assault case, that she should consider becoming a lawyer, Jade is currently enrolled in Lakehead Universities 2 year pre-law program in political science and women’s studies, followed a 3 year Juris Doctor of law program at Lakehead’s Bora Laskin Law School, where she will not need to article and will be ready to be called to bar and start representing as many women as she can, on the side of her Country Music carer, as a hobby that is close to her heart.
Country Singer Jade Naraine talks new music, musical inspirations women's rights, sexual assault , educating crowns and police on sex assault prosecutions and the message behind her song; Princess.
Inspired by her own barriers when she tried to report her sexual assault to the police and bring forward a private prosecution, she knew she was not alone and that the heartbreaking reality was that thousands of women just like her, face difficulty holding their perpetrators liable.
Jade could not imagine other kind-hearted women going through the same. Not every woman is as strong as she is and sometimes just a judge accepting something and providing a judgment can help lift an abused woman's spirit and self esteem, but many women don't have the financial resources to hire a lawyer or strength to represent themselves.
After her story became public, she received many emails from women, who stated to have been sexually assaulted, where police did not charge the man and that they would be too afraid to represent themselves. Some women even stated that they didn't go to police because they feared they would not be believed just like Jade wasn't. As a result, Jade says she will take all her cases on a contingency or probono basis.
After a while, it became less about her, and more about making change for thousands of other Canadian women. Jade has made it her duty to fight for women’s rights when it comes to getting civil justice for sexual assault, sexual harassment and women accused with defamation against men. Jade also aims to work on changing the legislation, in terms of how sex assault prosecutions are handled in Canada to make it fairer, while educating crowns and police on the seriousness of these prosecutions. Jade believes that absolute immunity to mistakes should not exist for the crown, but that impartial judges should be able to intervene when there is enough evidence to proceed, to avoid mistakes and cover ups, and that other changes have to be made as well. According to lawyer; Danny Kayfetz, many cases, for non-sexual assault crimes have occurred where crowns said they admit the allegation is true, but that they still did not wish to proceed, due to no reasonable prospect of conviction. Frustrated judges were not allowed to intervene.
Her aim is to bring two bills:
Bill 1: One of which will allow judges to intervene in prosecutions where there is enough evidence to proceed. This will cover violent crimes only, mainly sex offenses and assaults. The crown will remain not liable for the tort of negligence civilly, but judges will be able to review the crowns decision to stay a proceeding and decide to overrule the decision and issue the warrants/summonses and have it proceed, based solely on the judges opinion on the evidence. As it stands now, judges can only overrule a decision not to proceed, if there is extreme evidence of wrongdoing, not just a mistake. The bar to prove extreme wrong doing is a bar too high to reach for a lot of people, as solid evidence is hard to come by. The crown can decide whether or not to withdraw the charges at a later date once defence is reviewed. This change will be in line with the hopes that crowns will take prosecutions for violent crimes serious and ensuring all evidence is heard, before any determination is made. Danny Kayfetz, Toronto lawyer to Jade, stated that he has witnessed a few cases where the evidence is overwhelming, where the crown agrees that the assaults happened but still didn't wish to proceed, due to cover ups for the perpetrators. This conduct diminishes the self esteem and rights to protection and justice of people who are seriously victims and injured by violent offenses and is in the public interest because people who get away with violent crimes are likely to continue harm to more people throughout their life. In some cases, judges see it too, but just can't intervene, as their hands are tied.
Sign the Petition here: https://www.change.org/p/parliament-of-canada-allow-judges-to-intervene-in-prosecutions?recruiter=851302183&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=share_petition&recruited_by_id=347a6f90-febe-11e7-89b2-354abbe48937
Bill 2: The second bill, is to not allow any other area of a woman's life to affect her credibility in a sexual assault prosecution, unless it is a conviction for obstructing justice where the circumstances involve making a prior false accusation against an individual. Jade believes it isn't fair. Sexual assault can happen to anyone and Jade believes that her past guilty plea, which she advised would be struck and was without merit, and ongoing forgery accusation at that time brought by her perpetrator with the deliberate intent of harming her credibility, not proven in court, should not have been a part of her genuine allegation when she was a victim of a violent crime.
Click here: https://www.change.org/p/parliament-of-canada-fairer-credibility-assessment-for-victims-of-sexual-assault?recruiter=851302183&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=share_petition&recruited_by_id=347a6f90-febe-11e7-89b2-354abbe48937
Like Gloria Allred’s winning case where she had a mans defamation claim dismissed, because the judge stated that women should be able to write about their dishonest partners on the internet, without having to worry about a law suit, Jade plans to do what she can to reinstate women’s rights here in Canada. In Canada, women risk being criminally charged for posting their stories online. Even though it’s not a criminal offense, Police officers often mistake it with criminal harassment. With the #metoo movement, women have been encouraged to speak out and write about their perpetrators. There is even a #metoo database to insert your perpetrator’s name.
Jade’s difficulty with the criminal procedure
In 2017, Jade tried to press charges through the police. When they chose not to press charges after 9 months of no investigation, she opened a private prosecution. The Ontario Crown Attorney’s prevented her case from going through, without any evidence being heard, claiming she had “credibility issues” despite the fact that she was very credible. Due to the perpetrator’s occupation, he had close friends on the police force, and inappropriate emails were exchanged between her perpetrator and the officer who became in charge in charge of her case, so her case was ultimately swept under the rug, after which, they advised the Crown to stay the charges without any evidence being heard. The officer who became in charge; Maureen Trueman, tried to intimidate her witnesses from attending court as well.
They blamed the fact that she had been falsely accused of forgery, and a minor harassment charge previously.
Although she was never convicted; in 2017, she plead guilty to criminal harassment after sending a prior boyfriend 13 non threatening texts, asking for an explanation after he blocked her on his phone. Her new lawyer; Daniel Kayfetz, had to move to set aside the guilty plea, on the grounds of ineffectiveness of counsel, citing that the complainant gave her consent to text as much as she wanted, nothing was threatening, he did not want her charged and that she was charged almost 25 days later, after doing nothing wrong. Transcripts from that hearing stated that the court was struggling to accept the plea, citing; "Anyone can send 13 texts and it wouldn't be criminal harassment. She was found not guilty. The guilty plea was struck by the court on March 25th 2019: click here
After she reported her sexual assault to police, her perpetrator went to police to report her for forgery, claiming she signed his signature on a character reference letter. After forensic examinations, the court certified expert concluded that the hands of Jade did not sign the letter, and in fact concluded distinct similarities between the complainant's writing and the letter in question. Click here
It was later discovered that her perpetrator had a history with the law, such as when he was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for aggravated assault for a savage beating of a man selected at random, for money during a time he was addicted to alcohol and drugs and wanted to avoid being a reference for her once he found out it was for a criminal case, in case his criminal past was to come out. She was found not guilty of forensics. It should be noted that other witnesses including other women who have been abused have come forward to state that her perpetrator is very calculate and will call the police first, even after an assault, such as pushing a woman down the stairs, in order to ensure he covers his tracks so that if the woman reports it, the allegation goes nowhere. A judge recently told another woman that she is not to accuse him of pushing her down the stairs any longer, since the police report shows that he called first, claiming it was a slip and fall.
In Ontario, the Crown and the police hold the power as to whether or not to prosecute a crime. Sexual assault is one of the most violating offenses there is, which can leave women with long term emotional scars. The Crown has a lot of discretionary power, which can lead to abuse of process or error. Giving anyone too much discretion, is bound to lead to misuse and mistakes.
Due to corrupt uneducated law enforcement charging people for victim-less crimes, and the increase of sexual exploitation in music and media, men are targeting abandoned women with low self esteem, and throwaway’s into trafficking or sexual assault and normal sex is not enough for some people in society, who have become to exposed to these hyper-sexual images in the media. It's important that women's groups start taking action; changing the laws, informing the media and making sure law enforcement and judges are educated. It would be easy to ignore but then more women would face uphill battles holding these sociopaths liable.
When citizens were asked for an opinion, here is what they said:
“A stay should never be an option. Charges should always be placed when there is credible evidence to support a violent crime probably occurred, in which after the crown reviews the accused’s defense, then charges may be withdrawn, if the crown decides not to prosecute.
Staying a prosecution without any evidence being heard is an abuse of process on behalf of the crown, as consistent testimony when on the stand, is the main test for credibility in an adult witness, according to the law. Credibility of a victim is not to be assessed at that early stage either, that all comes later. A victim may not be completely happy with the outcome, but the justice system promises all citizens that they will be treated fairly, and have a day in court, a chance to present the evidence in a fair way to the court, with all evidence being heard, before a decision is made by the crown.” - Jade Naraine
jade’s ALLEGATION WAS CREDIBLE
The reason why Jade’s allegation was so credible was because of chronology and witnesses. There have been many cases in the past where judges have said that even if there was something else that the woman could have been upset about later, the fact that she told witnesses prior to that incident, meant that the sexual assault must have happened.
The crown thought that maybe Jade came forward because of a little instagram account dispute that the perpetrator tried to blame it on, but Martin Lask, her witness, was a stranger that she met for the first time the day after the sexual assault. His evidence was that she told him and said she was in pain and appeared in pain and uncomfortable and offered to take her to the hospital.
Martin was a stranger who had no interest in helping her. This is another thing judges look at, what interest the person has in this. Martin stated it is expensive and obviously a hassle to fly to Toronto for hearings all the time, but stated that he would do it because he felt that she was truly injured. Mike, her producer had also been deemed by a judge at a prior hearing to be very credible by Justice Borenstein, so she had two credible, genuine witnesses with no reason to lie.
The accused may try to blame it on something else or say the girl is vindictive or doing it for something else, but there are many cases, such as the Zando case, where despite that police did not press charges and he claimed she was vindictive, the judge could not see how that version was possible when witnesses said she mentioned the sexual assault before the incident the man describes. In Jade’s case, the assault happened on March 2nd, and she met Martin the next day, and then the perpetrator brought up an instagram account issue a week later. The instagram account had nothing to with their breakup or why she told Martin and Mike she was sexually assaulted a week beforehand.
Superior Court Justice O'Marra had stated to another car accident matter, that the fact that someone has been previously charged with a car accident related issue and the charge was withdrawn should be struck from the statement of claim, as prejudicial. He stated that the matter was never determined in the court.
The crown using Jade’s past harassment charge with was also prejudicial. It was a different relationship, one with a man who did not abuse her. If someone is charged with an offense and it's withdrawn or ongoing, it is obviously prejudicial to use that as any kind of proof that a person is not credible, because its only one side and not a full picture. Using unrelated things to determine credibility for a sexual assault, undermines the seriousness of the sexual assault.
Judges have also continuously said that credibility is also pertaining to consistent story of events at different times. For example if the girls testimony to her lawyer, the police report, psychologist and under oath on the stand were all the same, then a judge can find her to be credible. In this case, the officer Maureen Trueman said there was an inconsistent date in her police report, apparently to something online, but regardless, the fact that sexual activity happened on March 2nd, was never in dispute between the perpetrator and her. Sometimes victims make small slip ups with dates when they have a lot on their minds. Judges have stated that only significant things that could not have been forgotten matter.
Due to various lawyers opinion, that sociopaths are often believed as hey appear credible and get away with a lot, including often misleading the court. After Jade’s default judgment for her sexual assault was set aside, which is why Jade also decided to retain a lawyer on contingency to represent her in the trial. They also prey on women with low self-esteem. In Jade’s case, this was evident as there were multiple helpless younger women with poor family backgrounds who were victim to his abuse. One of the women who alleged abuse, was a crown ward, who came from a skitzophrenic mother. Jade herself, also came from parents who did not care for her. The mental anguish on the woman can be heavy, which is why Jade wants crowns to try harder to get these men. According to Jade’s civil lawyer, she appeared credible. While civil and criminal are different, the crown should at least allow a woman’s evidence to be heard, so she isn’t re-victimized and embarrassed.
This assault was also premeditated because the perpetrator had stated to police that he never cared about or trusted her during their relationship and would never say good things about her. After he raped her, he talked about how much he hated her and made fun of her acne and that she was part black. The case is a very important one, where strong experienced counsel was necessary. He would also con women and pretend he only had one part-time job. Women alleged to have been asked to pay for food, trips and expensive guns.
What is a private prosecution?
Generally, allegations of criminal activity are reported to the police. After the police investigate, they may lay criminal charges. However, anyone who has reasonable grounds to believe that a person has committed an offence may lay an information in writing and under oath before a Justice of the Peace.
When the information is presented to the court by a private citizen, it is then referred to either a provincial court judge or a designated justice of the peace, who holds a special hearing. The purpose of the hearing is to determine whether a summons or warrant should be issued to compel the person to attend court and answer to the charge.
This hearing, held under s. 507.1 of the Criminal Code, takes place in private, without notice to the accused person. At the hearing, the judge or justice of the peace must hear and consider all of the allegations and available evidence.
The Crown must also receive a copy of the information, get notice of the hearing, and have an opportunity to attend. The Crown may attend at the hearing without being deemed to intervene in the proceedings.
If the judge or justice of the peace decides not to issue a summons or a warrant, then the information is deemed never to have been laid.
If the judge or justice of the peace issues a summons, the person will be served with a copy of the summons, which notifies them of the charge and compels them to attend court. If the judge or justice of the peace issues a warrant, the person will be arrested and brought before a justice.
To avoid any abuse of the private prosecution process, the Criminal Code and the Crown Attorneys Act authorize Crown Counsel to supervise privately laid charges to ensure that such prosecutions are in the best interest of the administration of justice. If a summons or warrant is issued and the case involves an indictable offence, the Crown is required to take over the prosecution. So, a private citizen's right to swear an information is always subject to the Crown's right to intervene and take over the prosecution.
If the Crown intervenes, the Crown will review the matter, as it does in every other criminal case, to determine whether there is a reasonable prospect of conviction and whether a prosecution is in the public interest. If so, the Crown will proceed with the prosecution. If not, the Crown is duty-bound to withdraw the charge.
Jade’s civil law suit against her Perpetrator and her Judicial Review against the crowns decision:
In July 2018, Jade was successful in holding her perpetrator accountable in civil court, where she represented herself and was awarded $105,000. The judgment was set aside and the matter will go to trial, since the perpetrator claimed he didn’t know he needed to file a defense, and in Ontario, they want to give everyone a day in court.
Her perpetrator however; was dishonest when he had the judge set aside the default.
Her perpetrator was then noted in default again for another matter after being reminded twice to file a defence via email. He also lied to the judge when he stated he was unable to represent himself in a civil case due to the stress. Almost instantly, after the hearing, commenced another frivolous, vexatious action against Jade and her record label, for truthful statements she made about how he treated her, on her own website, which her record label's lawyer filed a motion for summary judgment for dismissal against.
The entire setting aside of the default to begin with was based on a lie by her perpetrator, claiming he didn't believe her, when the truth was that he just didn't care and knew that a judge would set it aside later, because he believed he was the boss and can do as he pleases when he pleases. Her perpetrator being in default again, means the first time was not an accident and that he was the one with credibility issues. The perpetrator had minimal respect for courts or judges and believed he was the boss, which judges have made in their endorsements.
Lawyers had stated that sociopath’s tend to get away with a lot and often appear credible and are able to mislead judges. They also prey on women with low self-esteem. In Jade’s case, this was evident as there were multiple helpless younger women with poor family backgrounds who were victim to his abuse. The case was a very important one, where strong experienced counsel was necessary.
In October 2018, a full day hearing for Judicial Review was held for the Crown’s decision to stay her prosecution and it was a close call and a very good hearing as the judge seemed to agree with a lot of what Jade said, but it was dismissed. The Hon. Judge stated that it came down to not having an affidavit, sworn by Danny kayfetz, her lawyer, to confirm and corroborate some of the facts, pertaining to wrongdoing by the crown, in the case.
A stay has never been overturned ever before in Canada, but the law states that it’s possible, it’s just a very high threshold because the crown is a huge entity and is allowed to broad prosecutor discretion and enjoy immunity from negligence actions. The only way a case can be won, is if a citizen can show flagrant misconduct. Jade was seeking a mandamus, ordering the crown to follow their statutory duties by allowing her a fair hearing, where all evidence is heard.
Though the presiding judge; Justice Frederick Myers, stated that he "believed her honesty," he Judge dismissed the decision because he stated that due to Absolute immunity, the crown has "broad discretionary power, which should not be interfered with, unless there is overwhelming evidence of wrongdoing.” He stated that he was not going to assess her credibility, nor was he going to decide if he would have done the same thing, or even if the crown made a mistake. He was only going to determine extreme wrongdoing.
Jade had submitted some evidence of wrongdoing in the form of emails, showing some negative influence, on her other cases, ever since the police neglected her sexual assault case. The Crowns who stayed the sexual assault charges, were pressuring other crowns who originally agreed to withdraw her charges, not to withdraw them. They were also working with police to have her repetitively charged, where there was no merit, such as when she would send a letter out for her civil case. All charges would be withdrawn. The emails were from her criminal lawyer to her; however, the judge stated that they were "inadmissible and that "without an affidavit from Danny Kayfetz, he could confirm wrongdoing by the crown." He did state to the Crown however; that “Everything that Jade described, would meet the threshold of flagrant misconduct, if only she had an affidavit from Danny Kayfetz.” He advised Jade, that it was double hearsay, “A crown telling Danny something and Danny telling Jade something, further reinstating that it was an issue that she didn’t have the affidavit.” Her lawyer Danny Kayfetz was hesitant to come forward at the time, knowing that in speaking against the crown, he could risk his own career hurdles as a criminal defence lawyer.
Click here to see transcript from hearing where Justice Myers states that what Jade describes would be flagrant impropriety, but that the fact that she did not have an affidavit from Danny Kayfetz was a problem.
Many lawyers asked for opinion have stated that it is "unfair and procedurally incorrect to stay a prosecution, before evidence is heard," since “while citizens are not always going to get the result they want, one thing the Canadian Justice system promises citizens, is that they will be heard and get a day in court.” - Marie Heinen, lawyer for Jiann Ghomeshi. This was something that Jade felt the presiding judge missed in this case.
Jade decided to appeal the decision, with the fresh evidence the judge said he was missing, because she believes that people who work in public positions always need to follow the rule book so that abuses of process does not work, when it comes to providing a fair and impartial hearing and Judicial process.
Even if she is unable to prove flagrant impropriety, Jade aims to ask the judges to put in their endorsements that a solid suggestion that someone has credibility issues without any proof or guilt that she has lied about anything was not the right way to phrase it. A better suggestion would have been she may have potential perceived credibility issues, but even then, the real question is, was any of her other issues in her life relevant to her sex assault proceeding?
There are 3 main grounds of appeal:
The judge agreed on record that credibility is related to a matter of evidence within a case only, but then made the mistake in stating that the crown did nothing wrong by including past cases in their assessment of her credibility.
The crown stated that crown Richard Nathanson had been in charge of the case from the start and only sent crown attorney Sean Doyle, as a favour, because he was busy, and that he had already done a thorough investigation; however the judge stated that the perhaps Sean Doyle came in bad faith to the hearing, prepared to stay the prosecution, but that he turned it around by listening to her lawyer and giving her the chance to adjourn the matter and provide more evidence. It was after this date that Sean said he would be transferring carriage to Crown; Christine Jenkins. Once she had carriage, she stated that she would now be doing a thorough investigation. This meant that Richard Nathan’s evidence was wrong and a lie. He had not done any investigation previously.
The crown was negatively influencing other proceedings, preventing charges from being withdrawn and orchestrating false arrests to be laid. At the time, the judge needed an affidavit from Daniel Kayfetz to confirm this wrongdoing. Jade has filed it as fresh evidence.
THE CONTEXT OF THE SEXUAL ASSAULT
“The systems presently in place are still very political. I’m not surprised that even in cases where so many women have come forward, police are still not placing charges. It's also likely that OIPRD will generate no results. The Police tend to protect their own and often look for ways they can find excuses as to why they can't proceed with sexual misconduct charges. For me, it was my "credibility" in their eyes. For these other women out there, considering that there are even multiple women in some cases, and likely nothing in their lives to lead police to be able to blame credibility, they will find other reasons, as an excuse to disregard a mans misconduct, especially if it’s one of their own's misconduct; ie police officer, paramedic, firefighter. The trek to holding perpetrators liable is a difficult one and my suggestion to victims has always been to pursue a civil case. That way, they will get their day in court, in front of an impartial judge or jury.” - Jade Naraine
Sexual assault has always been a difficult crime to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, even for women without charges. Jade thinks it's good that proof beyond a reasonable doubt exists as a safeguard, to prevent the innocent from being wrongfully convicted, but at the same time, some guilty people may be found innocent. A system can never be perfect.
There are laws currently in place which prevent the use of the accused's criminal history or sexual lifestyle, so that the accused is not prejudiced. In her case, the perpetrator had a history of violence and abuse towards women, according to the public record. He plead guilty to assault and assault with a weapon and received a probation. Her perpetrator also faced drugs charges and plead guilty to charges involving unlawful use and possession of firearms and various other explosive devices. Her perpetrator also stated to get pleasure from seeing others in pain and would subject his son to gun activity, even after child protected services, clinical investigators and other entities told him not to and that his son made his position clear on it, The son ultimately suffered Depression and anxiety as a result. None of this could be used, due to laws in place that prevent the admissibility of the accused’s criminal past. Her perpetrator had also broken a woman’s bones in the past during intimacy, and pushed a woman down the stairs.
Women, too afraid to come forward and face humiliation, had sent Jade anonymous emails stating that her perpetrator was known to believe he was above the law and received special treatment, while referring her to publicly available court cases about his prior conduct. Jade’s perpetrator had even kept a young woman in her basement for free, to perform sex favours for him and his wife. This was even at the time when he met Jade and told Jade polyamoury was in his past, to manipulate Jade that he fit her traditional morals and values. His wife did send Jade an email to warn her, but her perpetrator told police that the wife was contacting Jade, out of sadness, because Jade has posted photos with him on social media (with his consent.) His wife was polyamorous, so this was evidently false.
Jade’s advice to victims of sexual assault, without a lot of physical evidence or witnesses who saw the incident happen, would be to pursue a civil case. It will allow a victim to have their day in court, where a judge or jury only has to decide on a balance of probabilities. This is a more accessible standard for crimes which often happen in private.
Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment is very present in today’s society, and unfortunately, due to a lot of stereotypes, they are the crimes least prosecuted. Rape culture is very prominent, and with the media and morality, going downhill, men feel more empowered than ever to act.
Men take advantage of the fact that these incidents are usually he said/she said cases and done in private, which makes it that much more difficult for women to get justice. For the sociopath, it is a perfect crime, where charm and a good presentation can often allow them to get off Scott free. Sociopaths are good talkers, and can be very charming, and likable.
Any man who engages in violent sex, would be considered a sadist, and no woman should have to endure that kind of sex, which strays from the norm, against their will. According to mental health professionals, Sadism and BDSM, stems from mental illness and is normally associated with individuals of a sociopathic nature, with risky sexual lifestyles and limited morals.
Jade was not involved in that lifestyle, like her perpetrator was. He specifically found her on a traditional dating site and tried to lure her in. In growing up with parents who engaged in violence, violent sex was all the more traumatizing for her. Jade was able to have him banned from the traditional dating sites, which highlights the sad fact that the public does more to prevent sexual misconduct than law enforcement does. Other women came forward testifying violent physical and emotional abuse by the perpetrator, but none of the women went to police. In cases where multiple women come forward, Crowns can rely on the similar evidence act. This act is used when there is not enough evidence to support that a crime occurred, so they rely on striking or eerily similar traits surrounding alleged criminal activity, like similar testimony. In this case, another woman came forward alleging he had slandered her with a personality disorder, she didn’t have, after he abused her, just like he did Jade, there were other distinct similarities as well, but nothing could be used because the woman did not wish to file a police report.
There have been many cases; Phillip Markoff, Ted Bundy, Matthew Winkler, where the person did not fit the profile the police thought. This was particularly evident in Jade’s case, as the perpetrator was a pathological liar, but able to get on the good sides of crowns, police and many women, who he did not like or respect, even while he was with them, as seen when he testified under oath to having never liked Jade, even while they dated.
Many people had come forward to state that he had a history of being very calculative and manipulative. When he pushed a woman down the stairs, he called police first to complain about her, so when she tried to report the push, the police could not place charges. He did the same with Jade. When Jade told him she was reporting the sex assault, he called police first to get a report in for harassment. No charges were laid but the report was there, then later on, he tried to get her charged for forgery with his friends at 41st division, which ultimately made it impossible for her to get her sexual assault put through. A judge ended up telling the other woman not to accuse him of physical abuse any longer.
These types of men are master deceivers and they know how to talk their way out of issues and through life. A good example of his deceit and inability to respect women’s privacy and consent, was when he was able to convince the police and his work place that he did not know where nude/explicit photos of women came from, after he shared the photos from his own email address, to a friend, without the women’s consent. He was able to get his work to think of him as the victim. His wife, whom he was separated from, and whom he hid their lifestyle from her family for many years, even forwarded the email from his account, to Jade, to warn her that he was living another life, concerned if he was being honest with Jade. Jade tried to file a complaint with his work, for him sharing the women’s photos without their consent, because two of the women contacted Jade to say that they never gave him the consent to share it and were hurt by it. One boyfriend of one of the girls also contacted Jade to ask him how he obtained a photo of his girlfriend, worried there was infidelity.
Anyone who is victimized by sexual assault or sexual harassment should collect as much evidence as they can, and go to the hospital right away, even photographs of physical harm if possible will help and telling the doctor what happened. Sometimes women don't think logically when raped or in other such situations. It’s understandable that women who are sexually assaulted by someone they know, may not act immediately as it takes time to process the emotions and see someone as the perpetrator who was just someone they trusted, but it’s important to document things and decide later.
Jade’s case was perhaps even more traumatizing, due to the context in which it took place. Her perpetrator had malicious, deceitful intent from the start, and had limited respect for the rights of women, initially told her in texts that his alternative sexual lifestyle was in his past and that he agreed monogamy was better; however, it wasn’t, so not only was she scarred by the sexual violence he liked to perpetrate on women, but struggled emotionally with the lifestyle he lured into, which she knew nothing about prior, since she was traditional. Many women were misled and were engaging in unprotected sex with her perpetrator. Prior to intimacy, he agreed they would be exclusive and he would delete his dating app, stating she could feel 100% safe with him. After intimacy, he revealed he preferred being polyamorous. Jade, struggling with abandonment, forced herself to accept the toxic relationship, but it was later discovered that he was always polyamorous and had a woman living in his basement whom was under the belief she was his life partner and in love, from before he met Jade. Her perpetrator even admitted on video, that he never liked Jade, even while he was dating her and pretending to like her, therefore, making it an admission that it was a targeted sexual assault.
There are many positive changes being made in the system as though. Crowns have stopped the use of text messages sent before or after sexual assaults, from being entered as evidence, because often times women want to hold on or see their perpetrators again, to legitimize what happened; however, this does not minimize the low self esteem and mental health issues the abuse causes. Some women even stay with abusive partners for many years. According to some Ontario Crown’s, Women who are victims may think; “if he likes me, maybe he didn’t rape me.”
In Jade’s situation, she knew there were some texts and aspects about their relationship that may have been questionable or embarrassing, but with the help of her psychologists and explanations to abandonment, along with the sheer fact that she was telling the truth, she knew would overrule all else, so she reported anyway. For example, after the sex assault, the following morning when she was feeling abandoned and lost, she responded to his text that she had a good time at the sleepover, just to ensure that she wouldn’t be abandoned at an emotionally difficult time when she was still processing the incident, as fears of abandonment are more severe for her. Jade would never stay in an abusive situation very long, but always report/ expose it, because she knows she deserves better; however, many women do stay. In America, men are charged for their assaults on women all counts over 3 years, even if the woman stayed.
The Police; however should have charged him, then it would have deterred him from acting again or continuing his harm. There was no excuse. They only need to be satisfied that there is reasonable cause. If a judge can award damages, then that shows that there was reasonable cause, and highlights the changes that need to be made in the police force.
Jade believes women should overall forgo reporting to the police at all, unless there is solid physical evidence or witnesses who saw the assault happen. It can cause a lot of emotional trauma and stress to complainants when police neglect your case or when crowns stay the case, like being victimized all over again.
Jade, like many victims, never actually cared if her perpetrator was convicted. She just did a private prosecution because that was what a lawyers told her to do when they police forgot about her case. Women just want some token redress their suffering. Some acknowledgement that what happened happened and often, they don’t care what form that closure it comes in.
This site will be updated after the appeal of the Judicial Review, the bills, her sexual assault civil trial and her trial against TPS, for all the false charges, misconduct and negligence.*
It should be noted that other witnesses including other women who have been abused have come forward to state that her perpetrator is very calculative and will call the police first, even after an assault, such as pushing a woman down the stairs, in order to ensure he covers his tracks so that if the woman reports it, the allegation goes nowhere. This was similar to her case, when he accused her of forgery, though it turned out, she did not sign the reference letter. A judge recently told another woman that she is not to accuse him of pushing her down the stairs any longer, since the police report shows that he called first, claiming it was a slip and fall. Other witnesses have stated he would file contempt motions, right after being served with contempt motion paperwork, just to confuse the judge and bring commotion to the court. He would ultimately be found in contempt. He spent years committing crimes and getting by. His main ammunition was always to contact the police first even when he’s the one committing the crime. Another woman, is so hurt by his abuse that she doesn’t want to come forward and have to relive the memories. He also impregnated a 17 year old homeless woman and introduced her to alcohol. There were various women who would end the relationship immediately with him, but would never expose as to why. It is believed that he may have been subjecting them to the same abuse. One was as recent as early 2019, during a vacation they had had, where she told him to leave immediately and pay for his own flight back, according to his son. He was also known to con women into believing he only had a part-time job, into paying for food, trips and other items. He had two jobs and his tax returns showed that he made a lot of money.
Jade is going to prepare well to present to the trial judge a pattern of abusive conduct that spans years and hiding behind the persona, that he isn't, deceiving, controlling and manipulating courts, judges, police, women and trying to harm her credibility. She has ordered the transcripts where he lies to a judge about a PTSD diagnosis that he is pretending to have. Jade is going to tell the judge that she does not want to spend years more of her life on this man in any appeals and that she wants a judgment now to move on and that she doesn't care what the amount is. She just wants something, so if there is anything bothering the judge or concerning him to please make sure he asks her so she can clear it up so that he is completely confident in his decision.
Pushing a woman down the stairs is still abuse. Any abuse towards a woman is wrong, whether sexual, physical or mental. He has gone a long time, getting away with things.
Jade says trying to get justice against a sociopath makes a woman want to pull her hair out every time she's around him, because they are extremely difficult to expose. She says sociopaths are the worst because it doesn't matter who they speak to, police, crowns, judges, women, the person on the other end are always under their spell, but that she isn't one to give up. Jade knows though that judges know sociopaths and manipulative genius' exist, so it's a matter of presenting the evidence well in a way that presents a pattern of shady contradictions.
detective sajeev nair
Around May 2nd, 2018, she was maliciously charged with a failure to comply x 2 by Detective Sajeev Nair. She was not to communicate with 2 men unless through legal counsel, due to false harassment charges brought against her, when they deleted all of their threatening text messages sent to her and failed to disclose their harassment and defamation campaign against her.
Her record label retained a lawyer to send out a letter relating to some ongoing civil matters, and to ask that they refrain from continuing their conduct towards her.
One of the men then contacted the police to mislead them, by claiming that he spoke to the lawyer who sent out the letter, who told him he was not retained. The lawyer was retained and the retainer was actually sent to the police before the arrest.
The Detective who placed the arrest ignored the retainer and deliberately covered it up and proceeded with the arrest. He went as far as lying to her lawyer Danny Kayfetz, when asked about the investigation. The charges were dropped on Dec, 19th, 2018. Detectives are supposed to always act, absent personal motive and strictly in a way in which enforces the law.
This Detective knew there was a group of men conspiring to cause harm against Jade, but went along with it anyways, to give the men more to laugh about and write about online, and for the men to be able to use in court, maliciously, knowing it was a false charge. It seemed like something may have been seriously wrong with this Detective. He wasted a lot of time on this investigation, even though she followed the conditions exactly. He was not of Caucasian race, but still supported two men who made fun of ethnic people. The 2 charges were withdrawn (w/d) on Dec 19th, 2018.
Sajeev has been found by judges to act unethical and abusive against people in his car and breach rights of citizens in the past. Jade’s perpetrator wanted to use him as a witness in the sexual assault trial, but the officer was a conflict of interest, with motive to harm Jade, and had credibility issues according to a judge. It was incredible that someone who was found to enhance evidence and have credibility issues according to a judge, could still act as a Detective but someone like Jade, was couldn’t even put her sex assault case through because of a prior harassment charge she was not even guilty for, where no judge deemed her as not credible because of it. If Maureen Trueman could trust Nairs evidence, then she should have been able to trust Jade’s:
Jade eventually learned that the reason she was so different was because she didn’t relate to others. She was against many social new norms like drugs, and polyamoury and most of the people she met were not. She was also very compassionate and empathetic to others, which many whom she met were not. Jade was a rare type. An old soul. Old Souls are often perplexed, and unable to relate to the things people their own age consider fun, or important, and so feel out of place. They also usually have a wealth of wisdom.
Jade went through a short phase in her life, due to naivety and low self esteem, where she was unable to recognize the signs of men not being good for her, or genuine.
She learned that she would be okay and be able to be happy despite all of the abuse and trauma she endured. In growing up with parents with personality disorders who would talk down on her, she developed clinical depression. She also felt much pressure to do well in her life quickly, because they talked down on her and by the time she started dating, she got involved with the wrong kinds of men who never liked her and just used and hurt her.
“Going through trying to get justice against her perpetrator, was something that took a lot out of me. When you’re dealing with a sociopath, you are dealing with someone who is a manipulator, liar, user, and controller. The sex assault was about control, on me for sex. I learned of all his abuse against other women in the community.He would slander me, because he was angry that a girl was stopping him from his harm.
I learned how he targeted women with low self esteem, like myself, who was a throwaway and did have low self esteem at the time I had met him, as well as another woman who was a crown ward and who came from a skitzophrenic mother, and others. He would harm those girls and admit to never ever liking them. He would find other women from good homes, and use them for money, but it always ended the same, in the woman’s life being turned upside down. The saddest thing was that men like these are often believed. They appear credible and can mislead the court. I was the only girl strong enough to battle him. Other women would all run scared and hide and he would laugh and tell women to just give up, but all women believed he belonged in jail. Every time a judge was manipulated, it hurt, I knew ten more girls lives were ruined, and that he would feel more powerful each time, but I stayed strong, because I knew that eventually, he would be brought to justice. For a long time, I wondered why the men I met did not treat me the way I thought I deserved to be treated, and I eventually, through my experience with my perpetrator, learned that I had low self esteem.” - Jade Naraine
A lot of the men would write false statements online, assuming she had been intimate with her investors, but Jade was a loyal girl and never been intimate with any. Jade always told men she dated, the truth, that she used the site seekingarrangement.com, only to network with potential investors. Click here to see example page 1.
The only time she pretended she had had a platonic arrangement with someone, was with her perpetrator. She was hurt when he told her he was not capable of monogamy, so she pretended she had met the founder of McCain’s son, to make it seem like she had her own thing going on, but really she was too loyal and had never met anyone who worked for McCain.
Through it all, she maintained her dreams in music and found a new dream in women’s rights law. She owed a lot to her music producer, who was basically her father, and loved her like she was his own daughter.