Employee has no right to privacy, inquiry told

Publication ban would turn tradition ‘on its head’, inquiry into sex abuse hears The Ottawa Citizen Friday, December 08, 2006 Neco Cockburn A publication ban to protect the name of an Alexandria-Cornwall Roman Catholic diocese employee would be a “revolutionary” … Continue reading

Testifying at inquiry gives victim closure

Cornwall Standard Freeholder Saturday, December 02, 2006 – 10:00 Terri Saunders Local News – A sexual abuse survivor said Friday testifying at the Cornwall Public Inquiry has served as a second helping of closure. Claude Marleau spent four days on … Continue reading

Hall: Pat Hall

Pat Hall joined the Ontario Provincial Police 29 April 1968.  Hall’s employ with the OPP began in Chatham, Ontario.  He worked “plain clothes” investigative division form 1974 to 1976.  He worked with the Windsor Ontario Intellignece unity from 1978 to 1980.  … Continue reading

Marleau: Claude Marleau

 Claude Marleau Claude Marleau is referred to as “John Doe” in a number of other postings. Claude Marleau, a lawyer by profession,  alleges he was sexually abused and passed around like a used toy by Dr. Arthur Peachy, Sandy Lawrence, … Continue reading

Stone: Father Carl Stone

Father Carl Stone [The following information is  was drawn from information on hand or researched several years and documents entered into evidence at the Cornwall Public Inquiry..  The gaps in entries indicate that I currently have no information on those … Continue reading

Lapierre: Father Paul Lapierre

(Most of the following information came from Father Lapierre’s 07 September 2001testimony at his Project Truth sex abuse trial. The small parts which were not part of his testimony were attained from the Catholic Directory of Canada. Father Lapierre received … Continue reading

Brunet: Luc Brunet

S/Sgt. Luc Brunet has been an officer with the Cornwall Police Service since 18 March 1977.  It was Brunet who decided that an officer inexperienced in investigating sex abuse could take on David Silmser’s sex abuse allegations against two pillars … Continue reading

Griffith-Pelletier Memo

The following is the text of an 02 April 1997 memo sent by Robert Pelletier, L’Orignal associate Crown attorney, to Peter Griffiths, Director of Crowns for the Eastern Region of Ontario.  Both men have since been appointed to the bench, … Continue reading