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I live like a walking death in twilight zone / some where in between death and a life being deprived of all Human Rights and Constitutional / Law 
protection by habitual offenders. I was assessed by three (3) independent psychiatrists to eliminate offender's speculations about my insanity 
prompting "delusions" etc. All psychiatrists stated clearly, that I am sane /I do NOT have/had any mental illness. No family history of any.
Message from the Attorney General

Dear Sir/Madam,

"Message from the Attorney General
This handbook provides an important starting place for victims of crime in 
who need our support as they forge a better future for themselves, their 
and their communities.
The handbook contains information that will help victims of crime better 
and access the services they need quickly. It will also serve as a resource 
victim services providers so that they are able to find the right contacts 
in the province.
I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the Office for Victims of Crime 
(OVC) for
producing this handbook. The OVC provides key advice to the government on 
ways to
better ensure that victim services in Ontario meet the needs of our diverse 
I appreciate the work of the Office for Victims of Crime and the thousands 
of victim
services professionals and volunteers across our province. They work 
together with our justice partners, including the Ontario Victim Services 
Crown prosecutors, police and many other Ontario organizations. They 
demonstrate an
enduring commitment to help victims of crime receive supports and services 
effectively and with compassion.
This is a commitment shared by the McGuinty government and one that is
demonstrated through our work and sustained investment in a number of 
that continuously strive to improve the services and assistance offered to 
in Ontario.
The Honourable Chris Bentley
Attorney General of Ontario
Victims' Bill of Rights, 1995
S.O. 1995, CHAPTER 6
Amended by: 1999, c, 6, s. 65; 2000, c. 32; 2005, c. 5, s. 72.
The people of Ontario believe that victims of crime, who have suffered harm 
and whose rights and security have been violated by crime, should be treated 
with compassion and fairness. The people of Ontario further believe that the 
justice system should operate in a manner that does not increase the 
suffering of victims of crime and that does not discourage victims of crime 
from participating in the justice process.
Therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts Definitions, 
Principles, Limitations, Regulations, Interpretations etc.
(1) A person convicted of a prescribed crime is liable in damages to every 
of the crime for emotional distress, and bodily harm resulting from the 
distress, arising from the commission of the crime. 1995, c. 6, s. 3 (1).
(2) The victims shall be presumed to have suffered emotional distress.
(3) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations prescribing 
crimes for the purposes of subsection (1). 1995, c. 6, s. 3 (3).
(4) Nothing in this section shall be interpreted to limit remedies otherwise 
available under existing law or to preclude the development of remedies 
under the law. 1995, c.
6, s. 3 (4).
Application of section
4. (1) This section applies to a civil proceeding in which the victim of a 
crime seeks redress from a person convicted of the crime for harm suffered 
as a result of the commission of the crime. 1995, c. 6, s. 4 (1).
Ministry of the Attorney General
I am a victim of crime. Where can I get help?
In Ontario, there are a number of services to help victims of crime.
If you have been the direct victim of a crime you should report it 
immediately to the police in your area ( I did not get any help). They will 
take a statement from you, make sure you are safe and charge the accused if 
they find there is enough evidence. When you see the police, you can ask 
them to put you in touch with a victims' services organization in your 
What do you mean by "victim services"?
In Ontario, the police are required to provide assistance to victims of 
crime. Police across the province may provide this assistance either 
directly through their police service or by connecting victims of crime with 
a community organization. In some communities this service is called VCARS 
(which stands for Victim Crisis Assistance and Referral Services); in others 
it may be called "Victim Services".
All victim services programs, whether provided through the police or 
organizations, offer a broad range of services, including: immediate crisis 
intervention support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (on-site or by 
telephone); practical assistance (for example, transportation, telephone 
calls, etc); and information and referrals to other community services for 
longer term support."
WHY IN MY CASE I was and am tortured by Apotex, Workplace Safety & Insurance 
Board, Labour Relations Board (Ministry of Labour), Ontario Ombudsman, Fair 
Practices Commission, Worker Adviser, Human Rights Commission, Ontario Human 
Rights Tribunal, (GOVERNMENT Agencies) and some more Agencies.
Canadian Government institutions mandated to assist General Public in time 
of misfortune, suffer and despair selected to engage in criminal activities 
and assist criminal Corporation which is stone waling an Ontarian / victim 
with life threatening medical conditions.
Those Institutions deprived me from Constitutional and Law protection.