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US citizen secretly detained 3+ years by Immigration Canada

 
LiberateCarl
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08/01/2010 10:54 AM
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RE: US refugee citizen detained by Canadian Immigration for over three years. Please visit the website everyone for more details. Carl was railroaded into US federal prison based upon an illegal plea agreement and the US governments use of false information in a presentence report. The US authorities refused to remove the false information from his record. After being released from prison and serving two more years on probation Carl came to Canada and claimed asylum in 2007. Immigration Canada is using the false information from the presentence report as an excuse to deport Carl to the US. Carl is currently detained at Douglas Hospital, Burguess 1 unit, in Montreal. Phone number to reach hospital and Carl (514) 761-6131 extension 3630
US Citizen detained 3+ years by Immigration Canada
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08/01/2010 01:41 PM
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Canada is no longer the place for Americans seeking asylum to go and has not been for a while.

Canada and the USA are joined at the hip via a computer system that informs Canadian authorities of visiting Americans' legal transgressions in the USA.

Any American who has tried to go to Canada after having a brush with the law in the USA could tell you that the Canadians will not be very welcoming. A red flag will show up in the Canadians' computer system, and the American who has had legal trouble when attempting to enter Canada can expect to be interrogated and/or possibly deported.

Another thing you should know is that the Canadians do not always have all the information in their system. They will know if you were convicted or accused of a crime, but they often do not know what the crime was, especially if it was not a violent offense and you were not convicted.

They will fish for the information in a hostile verbal interrogation meant to upset you and throw you off guard. What they appear to be looking for are drug and substance abuse related charges like a DUI. They do not seem to care about other nonviolent offenses as long as there is not a warrant out for your arrest.

If they are interrogating you, it means they do not know what crime you were charged with and are trying to find out. If you admit to a drug or substance abuse charge, they will toss you.
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08/01/2010 02:11 PM
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Canada is no longer the place for Americans seeking asylum to go and has not been for a while.

Canada and the USA are joined at the hip via a computer system that informs Canadian authorities of visiting Americans' legal transgressions in the USA.

Any American who has tried to go to Canada after having a brush with the law in the USA could tell you that the Canadians will not be very welcoming. A red flag will show up in the Canadians' computer system, and the American who has had legal trouble when attempting to enter Canada can expect to be interrogated and/or possibly deported.

Another thing you should know is that the Canadians do not always have all the information in their system. They will know if you were convicted or accused of a crime, but they often do not know what the crime was, especially if it was not a violent offense and you were not convicted.

They will fish for the information in a hostile verbal interrogation meant to upset you and throw you off guard. What they appear to be looking for are drug and substance abuse related charges like a DUI. They do not seem to care about other nonviolent offenses as long as there is not a warrant out for your arrest.

If they are interrogating you, it means they do not know what crime you were charged with and are trying to find out. If you admit to a drug or substance abuse charge, they will toss you.
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So... are you implying that Panama is the next haven for US dissenters?
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08/01/2010 02:18 PM
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AMERICAN WETBACKS !!

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Canada is no longer the place for Americans seeking asylum to go and has not been for a while.

Canada and the USA are joined at the hip via a computer system that informs Canadian authorities of visiting Americans' legal transgressions in the USA.

Any American who has tried to go to Canada after having a brush with the law in the USA could tell you that the Canadians will not be very welcoming. A red flag will show up in the Canadians' computer system, and the American who has had legal trouble when attempting to enter Canada can expect to be interrogated and/or possibly deported.

Another thing you should know is that the Canadians do not always have all the information in their system. They will know if you were convicted or accused of a crime, but they often do not know what the crime was, especially if it was not a violent offense and you were not convicted.

They will fish for the information in a hostile verbal interrogation meant to upset you and throw you off guard. What they appear to be looking for are drug and substance abuse related charges like a DUI. They do not seem to care about other nonviolent offenses as long as there is not a warrant out for your arrest.

If they are interrogating you, it means they do not know what crime you were charged with and are trying to find out. If you admit to a drug or substance abuse charge, they will toss you.
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So... are you implying that Panama is the next haven for US dissenters?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1054866


I never said anything about Panama in my post.
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08/01/2010 07:28 PM
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[link to ca.news.yahoo.com]


Can your brain control your microwave?

Sun Aug 1, 11:00 AM
By The Canadian Press

MONTREAL - It may sound like science fiction, but using your brain waves to control the environment around you, like the lights in your home or even your toaster, is already a reality.

One Toronto-based company has developed a system called thought-control computing and it's exploring a range of commercial opportunities that include screens on airplanes and video games.

Its philosophy is simple: If you can plug it in, you can control it with your brain.

Ariel Garten, CEO of InteraXon, says the possibilities are endless.

"Basically this is ultimately going to be the way that we engage the world on daily basis," she said in an interview.

"This is the way that we're going to be controlling the lights in our homes, controlling our household products, (and) dialling our mobile phones."

The technology involves a regular-looking headset — but one embedded with electrodes that read brain waves. The brain waves are then processed on a computer.

"When you focus, you create beta waves; when you relax, you create alpha waves," Garten explained.

She says once a person learns to control the alpha and beta waves, the "control signal" can then be used to program anything from lighting, to music, to motors.

It was demonstrated earlier this year at the Vancouver Olympics where visitors used their brain waves to control the lighting on three landmarks: the CN Tower, the Parliament buildings and Niagara Falls.

"For the CN Tower for example, as you focused, you could make the lights rotate around the ring faster and faster . . and if you would relax, you would slow the rotation down," Garten said.

A Canadian Press reporter who visited InterAxon's office to test the technology confirmed that it works, but that its uses seemed to be quite limited at this point.

While wearing a headset connected to a computer, the reporter was able to control music — moving from a fast to a slow pace — by merely focusing or relaxing.

Garten says thought control has already helped the American archery team improve its scores and the technology has also been applied to golf.

"The system actually helps you improve your golf game because it helps you enter the mental states that are required for the best shots," she said.

Garten predicts the headset will eventually become as small as a wireless bluetooth device and the technology will be available in big-box stores, like Best Buy, within two years.

Rod Jones, director-general of the Ontario Aerospace Council, can see the hi-tech equipment being put to use in the airline industry.

He says an online U.S. survey of 500 business and leisure air travellers done for the council in March indicated that they were wanted a more enjoyable in-flight experience.

Surprisingly, the survey appeared to suggest that even 40 per cent of business-class travellers complained of boredom during their in-flight experience.

"Relaxation and entertainment aspects were what InteraXon have focused on," Jones said, noting that the company had already developed the golf game and relaxation techniques.

Garten said aircraft giants Bombardier and Boeing were recently shown a thought-controlled in-flight entertainment system and "the initial meetings we had were greeted with great enthusiasm."

But aside from controlling lights and other devices, the 30-year-old psychotherapist says the process can also be used in to treat children with Attention Deficit Disorder.

It helps them learn how to focus.

"There's a lot of research that shows 10 to 12 one-hour sessions using this system are as effective as Ritalin," she said.

Garten says it can also help monitor a person's mental state.

"Just like we do heart-monitoring now, for example, brain-monitoring allows you to measures the health and distress of a patient," she said.

The technology could be used to help monitor motorists on the ground or airline pilots in the skies, Jones said.

"Gauging whether or not they are (alert) is something that would have a very useful application."

The 15 employees who work at InteraXon include neuroscientists, engineers and industrial designers.

The company website says Garten also ran a successful real estate business and spent time as the designer and owner of a Canadian fashion boutique.

She was a student of Dr. Steve Mann, a University of Toronto professor who initially developed thought-controlled computing technology.

She plays down concerns from people who fret about scary military applications.

Garten prefers to stress the positive side of the technology, like how it could help track the health of soldiers.

"I think people were afraid of most technologies when they first came out, like voice-activated technology," she added.

"You have to, in some ways, trust in the human spirit and in human ingenuity."

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