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Now, with increasing “cooperation” between cross-border law enforcement, Canadians will be expected to allow American officials to pursue their investigations of suspected criminals on Canadian soil. And the process of harmonization means that Canada may even be expected to allow the use of drone surveillance, an idea presently being used by the US to patrol the Canadian border and even to pursue criminal investigations of American citizens far away from the border.
Originally posted by Unity_99
Treason and not going to happen. Mr. Harper an Mr. Obama require long prison sentences. And like they did in Germany all the documents seized, declared crimes against humanity and the signatures confessions.
That is what happened in the Nuremberg Trials. We need to raise public awareness and get out going on the arrests part of this whole NWO. We have to arrest all of these Fascists, and the Rothcilds, Rockefellers, Kissingers, Royal Family, a whole lot more.edit on 26-12-2011 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by DarthMuerte
Welcome to the Fourth Reich. Ensure that your papers are in order.
Originally posted by Xcathdra
Some time back Canada and the US signed a border agreement that allows the US Coast Guard and the Canadian Mounted Police to be cross trained and commisioned as law enforcement officers with jurisdiction in both countries, regardless of their nationaliaty. Thats been going on for some time now (mid 2000's). Once they cross into Canadian waters or canadians cross into US, they become part of the RCMP or the US Coast Guard.
(Shiprider program - www.heritage.org...)
On the heels of that (which was designated to just water borders) came joint centers between local law enforcement. Detroit MI Police and Windsor Ontario Police have joint investigation teams that can cross the border each way and allows for greater cooperation to take down organized crime / people who like to jump across the border knowing they are out of reach. The judges in Ontario and Michigan have upheld actions by the joint teams on both sides of the border (collection of evidence / interrogations etc and comply with both countries laws and established legal roles.
(US-Canada joint task force - Detroit / Windsor - www.windsorstar.com...)
An incident highlighted the problems when a felony assault and pursuit started in Niagra Falls USA. That pursuit found its way to the US Canadian border, where 4 of the pursuing US cruisers continued the pursuit into Canada, where a canadian civilian was struck and killed by the fleeing suspect. When the suspect fled on foot a Canadian Police officer engaged in a foot pursuit, when the driver fleeing started shooting at him.
(Article on the cross border pursuit - www.tribemagazine.com...)
Since then Canada and the US have streamined their criminal laws to mimic each other, and immigration laws are now being reviewed and discussed between the 2 countries to make them uniform.
An agreement was signed last year allowing the Canadian and US militaries the ability to be activated when a disaster occurs along with the ability to freely cross the border depending on type of disaster and affected infrastructure.
The latest advancement occured on Sept 16th 2011. As an extension of the shiprider program, the US and Canada are now putting in place laws / regulations that allow Canadian and American law enforcement officers engaged in a pursuit to cross the border, where they transition over to Canadian law enforcement if the US enters, or US law enforcement if Canadian police enter.
(New cross border training - www.leaderpost.com...)
There have been discussions with Canada and the US on these programs and possibly extending them to the US Southern border with Mexico.
Anyways, just figured you guys might find it interesting. From the political viewpoint its looks like the US and Canada are going forward with a proposal made a long time ago about essentially removing the internal border crossings / checks. It included streamlining of the laws to make them identical as well as added protections for US citizens in trouble in Canada and vice versa with Canadian citizens in the US. In addition to the border security changes apparently both countries now place their own food inspectors into each others plants to ensure food laws are being upheld.
Should we make a wager that we will see essntially the merging of the US and Canada in the future?
It could go either way so I posted it in here insted fo the conspiracy forums.
Thoughts? REaction from our Canadian neighbors?
edit on 28-10-2011 by Xcathdra because: (no reason given)