In the last episode we introduced the concept of “the victimhood” and the phenomenon of the drama triangle.
We have to conceptualize it so we can “see” it and make the point to say “there is actual abuse that happens in the world!!” … like we saw in the skit on the last part, it’s a most favorite tactic of an abuser is to deny the victim and or the victimhood
On this episode;
Looking at the victimhood at the legislative level
Bill C274 - Canadian Federal Legislation
Nationwide changes to the criminal code.
Society from a federal level
Frank Caputo and Bill c274 - an act to amend the criminal code
Will Franks new model be effective in the lives of Real People? Or should it go CaPUT-o
Sets the story in motion
The words of Frank
MY PRIVATE MEMBER'S BILL
I tabled my first Private Member's Bill,C-274,An Act to amend the Criminal Code (detention in custody) on May 19th.
This Bill would create a "presumption detention" for those who are accused of three serious, separate offenses with a maximum penalty of five years or greater.It would target those that commit serious offenses and gives judges discretion to release when there are exceptional reasons.
Recent court decisions have changed the landscape of bail by making prosecution for breaches more difficult and by making detention awaiting trial exceptionally rare.
Municipalities and residents of Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo have clearly asked that crime be addressed. It's time we give law enforcement the tools needed to protect victims and keep the public safe.
This has had significant impacts on law enforcement and put serious strain on policing resources.Kamloops RCMP Superintendent Syd Lecky recently stated that approximately 5% of all offenders are creating 90% of their work. This is partially due to prolific offenders being able to frequently re-offend for the same crime while awaiting trial.
Frank Caputo, M.P.Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo
Caputo's mail campaign.
Is he asking for input? Or, Is he broadcasting a narrative?
Frank Caputo says “the victims need to be protected to keep the public safe”.