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The following descriptions are for general information only. In all cases refer to the Criminal Code of Canada for precise descriptions of offences and the law itself.
Possession of Stolen Property or Property Obtained by Crime is the offence of having or possessing property which was transferred by a criminal offence such as theft, extortion, robbery etc. The accused person must know, or be wilfully blind to the fact that the property was obtained by crime.
Criminal Harassment is a very vague offence which has become even more vague in its application. It consists of causing a "reasonable" fear in someone for the safety of themselves or their family, by repeatedly following, repeated communication with, watching or engaging in threatening conduct directed at the person or family of the person.
Current laws on prostitution in Canada, introduced in 2014, make it illegal to purchase sexual services but legal to sell them. Bizarre, political correctness gone insane. How can it be legal to sell something, but illegal to buy it? Only in Canada eh?
It is politically correct to say prostitutes are exploited victims, but that is feminist nonsense. Most prostitutes do it because is it easy quick money. Every woman has traded sex for some form of gain at some time. Sex is a commodity.
Public Mischief is the causing of the police to enter into an investigation by making a false statement or false report. Women do this all the time when they make false assault complaints but they never get charged or punished.
Reporting reality does not make us sexist. It makes us realists.
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