Retired Toronto Inspector Len Faul on Police on Guard for Thee
Aimee Hoffman of Good Food UnEarthed interviewed Retired Toronto Inspector Len Faul about Police on Guard For Thee.
Police on Guard for Thee are "a group of concerned retired and active duty peace officers looking to see the end of unconstitutional public health orders. Peace officers are being ordered to defy their oath to uphold the rights of the people they protect and this must end."
Len himself started out as a police officer in the London Met and later came to Canada, where he served for another 32 years (for a total of 43 years).
We talk about why Police on Guard for Thee was formed over the past year and what their mission is.
They are involved in filing a statement of claim soon with Constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati; they are educating serving police on their Oath of Office, duties to serve the people and safeguard their human rights, and personal liability for committing actions that contravene the Charter and the Criminal Code of Canada.
Individual police officers in Canada have the benefit of employing their discretion when giving a ticket or making an arrest.
Unfortunately, in the atmosphere of fear and confusion that the media has played a key role in creating, many officers are conflicted about whether to abide by the Charter or to use force against lawful citizens under the directives of tyrannical political officials.
Now, both retired and serving police and peace officers have the opportunity to become more informed with the help of Police on Guard for Thee, and to choose to take a stand to safeguard the people in their communities.
Another branch of service the Police on Guard for Thee provides is education to the public, to remind them of their rights and what a police officer can and cannot do. For example, if you are out walking around, a police officer can speak to you but you do not have to produce ID or respond. It is illegal to be ticketed for exercising your right to protest and your right of peaceful assembly.
Len shares his story of why he became a police officer, how the hierarchy of the police is set up, how the public can try to reach out with their local police, and what we are looking at should the people find that they have lost their avenues of recourse for violations to their human rights.
Please share this video with everyone you know. Encourage those who are in uniform to ask themselves: "Why did you choose to become a police officer?" Encourage them to see that they can choose now to take a stand to safeguard the people, to become better informed about the "emergency", and to clarify their specific role in enforcement so that they are not left in the wind, open to personal liability when following orders.
You can find Police on Guard for Thee here:
Police on Guard for Thee's Cover of Mad World: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZZV8vCLQeY
Police on Guard for Thee's Letter to the Public: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1VO8AZ_VPo
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