Harper’s Government is involved in STATE supported Terrorism by Health Canada

Trueman Tuck makes a case that Harper’s Government is involved in STATE supported Terrorism by Health Canada


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Harper Government Terrorism by Health Canada Abuse (37) Tuck\\\’s Citizen/Rulers communications (373)
Date Posted : Source Date :
Mar 6, 2015 Feb 26, 2015
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Trueman Tuck Tuck’s Paralegal Services
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Legal notice of proceedings against the CROWN pursuant section 7. [1] of the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act, R.S.O. 1985, c. C-50, s. 1; 1990 and the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act. R.S., 1985, c. C-50, s. 1; 1990, c. 8, s. 21., and related Charter and division of powers constitutional challenges, and potential laying of private criminal Informations.

Delivered by e-mail to richard.aucoin@hc-sc.gc.ca

And cover by fax to: (613) 736-3707 Tel: (613) 736-3701

February 26, 2015 Pages: 4 plus 12 Exhibits

Health Canada Our File: CCHF– Usworth, Andrea

Pest Management Regulatory Agency

2720 Riverside Drive Room D-712

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9

Attention: Richard Aucoin, Ph.D., Executive Director

Dear Mr. Aucoin,

Re: My client’s allegations that you and your staff are involved in STATE TERRORISM by unlawfully attempting to regulate essential oil based de minimis risk products that represent no risk to the user by harassing and destroying, the trade and commerce activities of Canadian citizens

Further to our correspondence of February 5, 2015, and December 23, 2014 [see Exhibits 1 & 2]. We note that we have not yet received the required response to our February 5th, 2015 letter from you. The options in the letter were, to quote:


Your criminal investigation into our client has been occurring for at least five months now and our efforts to cooperate in good faith are not being returned in kind. We need your written confirmation which of these three options you and your staff are going to elect to do on or before business close on Tuesday, February 9, 2015.”

You and your staff have accused my client of being in contravention of the Pest Control Products Act, which we have all agreed is a criminal offense. My client has attempted via our Law Firm to negotiate a mutually acceptable resolution to these differences of opinion about whether our client is involved in criminal activities in violation of the reference legislation, or are you and your staff in violation of one or more of the sections of the Criminal Code of Canada as listed on Exhibit 3 attached.


Our client also alleges that based upon the similar fiasco that you and your staff caused in the Citronella scandal [See Exhibits 4 to 11] that the Minister, yourself and your staff involved, as well as, the Crown have engaged in unlawful activities that breached their Private Law Duty of Care to my client and others, is gross negligence, and Malfeasance/Misfeasance of Public Office.


Self employed business professionals need clear regulatory regimes to operate in that are respectful of the Written and Unwritten Constitution and related Rule of Law of our country. All of you are Peoples’ Public Employees and should not and cannot actively engage is STATE ORGANIZED TERRORISM, which is targeted at unlawful prosecutions under threat of criminal conviction.

For your information one of the definitions of STATE TERRORISM is as follows [See Exhibit 12].;

“State terrorism” is as controversial a concept as that of terrorism itself. Terrorism is often, though not always, defined in terms of four characteristics: (1) the threat or use of violence; (2) a political objective; the desir to change the status quo; (3) the intention to spread fear by committing spectacular public acts; (4) the intentional targeting of civilians. It is this last element –targeting innocent civilians– that stands out in efforts to distinguish state terrorism from other forms of state violence. Declaring war and sending the military to fight other militaries is not terrorism, nor is the use of violence to punish criminals who have been convicted of violent crimes.”

I gave you three options to resolve these conflicts and a deadline of February 9, 2015, in my as of yet unanswered letter dated February 5, 2015 [See Exhibit 1 & 2], and have not received the courtesy of a response or reply

You personally and professionally owe a legal public and private law duty of care to my client and are accountable for your decisions and related actions, and/or new actions. There are three difference potential torts involved in these matters;

[1] Malfeasance of Public Office,

[2] Misfeasance of Public Office, and;

[3] Nonfeasance of Public Office.

You need to communicate in writing with me on or before business close on Thursday, March 5, 2015.

Yours for Right to Prevail,

Trueman Tuck

Lobbyist, Paralegal Litigator

& Regulatory Crisis & Business

Development Consultant

LSUC # P07521

Federal Lobbyist No. CL1047



Copies to:

Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health

Ray Novak, Chief of Staff, Prime Minister’s Office

Maxime Bernier, MP

Simon Kennedy, Deputy Minister of Health

Paul Glover, Associate Deputy Minister of Health Canada

Anil Arora, Assistant Deputy Minister of Health

Serena Siqueira, Director, Office (FDALO) Health Canada

Ms. Christine Gillis, A/Director General, (NNHPD)

Dr. Colin Carrie, Parliamentary Secretary to Environment Minister

Dr. James Lunney, Member of Parliament for Nanaimo-Alberni, BC

Daryl Kramp, Member of Parliament for Prince Edward-Hastings

Mike Allen, Member of the Legislative Assembly for Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo

David McGuinty, MP, Liberal Party of Canada

Executive Committee, CCHF

Andrea Usworth

Exhibit Index


Document Description


Letter to Richard Aucoin PMRA from Trueman Tuck dated February 5, 2015


Letter to Richard Aucoin PMRA from Trueman Tuck dated December 23, 2014


Public Servants Rule of Law Criminal Code Provisions, Trueman Tuck, February 26, 2015


Harris, Sophia., CBCNews.ca, Health Canada pulling last of citronella-based bug sprays Web: September 1, 2014


Harris, Sophia, CBCNews.ca, Citronella bug spray makes comeback after public pressue. Web: February 19, 2015


Biggs, John, Commonground.ca, Health Canada bans citronella, Web: October 1, 2012


Health Canada, Proposed Phase-out of Citronella-based Personal Insect Repellants, September 17, 2004


Health Canada, Safety Summary of Citronella Oil as a flavouring agent, July 19, 2004


Health Canada, Insect Repellents, December 11, 2014


Schwarcz, Joe, McGill blog, You asked: Why is Canada banning citronella-based insect repellents, September 3, 2014


CTVNews.ca staff, Sale of citronella oil bug repellents coming to an end, September 4, 2014


About.com, State of Terrorism Definition, 2014




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