In 2008, reportedly, Hess Street Elementary School, also described as, Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (2017), went public with allegations of: aggression, bullying, violence, sexual trauma/exploitation involving 6 students and 1 female victim, identified as (CBC News). Further, April 11, 2017, proposal for funding to rebuild On April 05, 2018, the Province rejected their application for funding, to the tune of $16 Million. Hess Street Elementary was able to remain open for another 5 years, despite monetary insufficiency. best, most informative, reliable article was published by: The Toronto Star, on Jan. 24, 2019..the day after Richard Taylor's arrest.. I inadvertently stumbled on this publication about 10 mins. ago (June 17th., 2022)! On June 15th., 2022, the Presiding Judge instructed Jurors in this case on deliberating proceedures.. and we await the verdict.. One would expect, that there was more information provided by Hamilton Prosecution during this trial.. but this is not so, in the 42 months that followed..before commencement of this Trial, Crown Prosecutor Janet Booy.. found no new information.. Prosection expects to convict Richard Taylor of 2 counts, in first degree murders, because he had financial difficulty and concealed that fact! No Preliminary Hearing for Hamilton man accused of killing his mother and her husband in Dundas arson - Hamilton | Globalnews.ca Charterpedia - Section 11(d) – Presumption of innocence (justice.gc.ca) PROCEDURAL IRREGULARITIES Noted as Follows: listen to the emergency call (2 minutes long) from Hamilton Police To Ms. Karen Monk -- on July 09, 2018. Ms. Karen Monk phoned 911 and spoke to Hamilton Fire Department before this second conversation from Hamilton Police... Would be interesting to have a time map of these calls.. *** Attaching a transcript of the most audible portions.. **CBC News, The Verdict** ------------ also CBC News (Hamilyon) June 21, 2022---and Global News reporting on June 21, 2022. Also Link to Homicide Canada on Statistics of Canadian Homicides. PRESIDING JUDGE IN THIS CASE, have instructed the Jurors on proceedures of deliberating to deliver a verdict in the case! The Public awaits the verdict.. On Big Surprise: June 14, 2022, CBC News reports,that Allan Rutherford, entered the home a second time.. meaning that Allan was able to escape the fire twice, while Carla, was rescued by emergency responders; only to die on her way to hospital. Richard Taylor, defends his claim of innocence in front of a judge and 12 Jurors by; facing his accusers in Hamilton Superior Court. *Mr. Taylor, reiterating he did not commit Arson; causing murder on the morning of, July 09, 2018. *On said morning, Taylor, said he was at his Oakville, home with his family. *Further, clarifying that police surveillance video on the morning of, July 09, 2018, showing an individual lighting a match and extinguishing it, then running outside his Mom’s home in, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, was not him! Further, CHCH News reporting, that Richard Taylor testified, before and during 2018, he lied to some about his finances, particularly his now ex-wife (separated). We do know from prior testimonies, that Richard's friend, brother and Mom knew about his quest to maintain a certain lifestyle for his family.. so much so that he falsified Bank statements! Hamilton Police interviewed Richard Taylor, looking for motif and alibi -- At that point in time Richard Taylor had a knee injury (July 07, 2018), and told police he slept at his Oakville home, on the Living Room Floor due to his injury.. at 2:00 a.m his young son woke up and went to sleep with him, while he watched a movie on his IPad.. Richard, can be heard at the interview (Pre-recorded), telling police, they may talk to his son.. Police decline to follow up with Richard's son.. it was also possible to check the IPad for history..of being used on the morning of July 09, 2018. A check of the occupants, in the home (Oakville) would also explain exactly who was using the device on the morning of the fire at, 8 Greening Court, in Hamilton, ON! Police showed survelliance videos of someone running outside the home on, 8 Greening Court, Dundas in Hamilton, ON Canada..no identification made.. another video was circulating online of a guy walking outside the home in Hamilton (Presumably before arson at said location). Prosecution puts Richard Taylor's Wife on the witness stand... only now she's labeled ex-wife, or former wife; Evangelia Taylor. Her testimony reveals both people in their home worked (had jobs), they held various acccounts including a home mortgage. Former Mrs. Taylor states, she had no idea about financial disposition in the marriage, because Richard Taylor showed her bank statements to the contrary. Link: Canadian Population Statistics in 2017: 36,708,083 Supplied by Statistics Canada (2021), for 10 Provinces and 3 Territories Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. B-3) Court hears of matches found at crime scene and Richard Taylor's home (chch.com) CHCH News reports, Hamilton's Crown Prosecutors attempting to prove that Richard Taylor's knee injury, that happened on July 07, 2018 (before the fire at Carla's home), is fake, or that something sinister was about to occur and so he faked his injury. Survelliance videos before and after the fire shows Richard, walking with a limp at times, but other times walking with no limp, and at other times needing a cane to walk. Those speculations, or implications are not proof that Richard faked his injury, or knew he was going to be injured on July 09, 2018, because he was planning arson at his childhood home. Informative Link on the Psychology of Pain Perception! By: David Cosio, PhD, ABPP (2020). Richard Taylor trial continues with his younger brother testifying.. slander involving hearsay continues! Christoper Taylor, says older brother Richard was always in a money crisis, seeking money the weekend before the fire that engulfed, Clara's bed with her in it.. while her husband Allan Rutherford, escaped (later died in hospital).. Christoper further, testifies that he never gave Richard money, but on that faithful weekend Clara (Mom) gave her son money... is this accurate? Christoper also made damming allegations, that the Mom was concerned.. do we know if this is a fact? This is Christoper's word, because he now stands to inherit half of everything in Clara's Will.. but if big brother (executor) is out of the picture; more than likely his inheritance stands to double! We'll never know if what Christoper says is actually true, because Clara isn't here anymore! We do know that Clara left her elderest son, Richard with full authority, as executor of her estate and Never thought to make any changes.. Muskoka Chairs, because baseball bats owned by Richard and Christopher was cluttering up their childhood home. Christopher Taylor, is a Chiropracter, with another business (Clinic), in Toronto. This would be a very costly venture and likely he found a way to supplement his income. Christopher Taylor, liked the designs created and built by, Richard therefore convincing him to do more.. to get involved in working on a side business. Richard agreed and began adding to his designs using baseball and hockey sticks, adding Blue Jays stamp and other memorabila markings using all local materials. Then Christopher, registered the business and handled all the financials.. it is not known what Richard, earned from all his working contributions; which involved working at night, weekends, summer vacations and so forth. There was an established website, today a google search for the website came up empty... a word search for: Taylor Bros. Muskoka Chair company Scroll down the page and Richard's Designs are visible: July 09, 2018 Carla Rutherford, Mom of Richard Taylor, cir-cumed to injuries from a deadly fire, that engulfed her bed and eventually spread in her home. Prosecutors, put Karen's daughter on the stand...excellent memory after 4 years..for any minor! Then there's the Const. Jason Katzmann, who just happened by to check the carnage (failing to do so), then returned again in time to hear Allan say.. Rich. did it..(Hearsay)! Likely no evidential prove to even cooroborate what Allan was saying in a state of possible delirium! Allan R. eventually died of what appears to be smoke inhalation, or third degree burns; 12 hours later.
According to Prosecutor Mark Dean, Allan, sustained enough 3rd. degree burns that his ability to survive such would be near impossible! Do remember that in any fire, or planned circumstances, perpetrators can and do misjudge their ability to pull off the perfect crime..
Carla R.(nee Holmes) and Allan Rutherford Obituary Page***-------------------
Mom Carla Rutherford (64 years of age) and Allan Rutherford (Carla’s 2nd. Husband) resided on, Greening Court, Dundas, in Hamilton Ontario, Canada. Carla had 2 sons and Allan had 2 daughters, according to media information Allan (1 year younger), moved in with Carla. Therefore, residing in the home, that will eventually belong to her son Richard Taylor; who appears to be the sole heir and property executor.
>Criminal Code (R.S.C., 1985, c. C-46
Punishment for murder
• 235 (1) Every one who commits first degree murder or second degree murder is guilty of an indictable offence and shall be sentenced to imprisonment for life.
• Minimum punishment
(2) For the purposes of Part XXIII, the sentence of imprisonment for life prescribed by this section is a minimum punishment.
• R.S., c. C-34, s. 218 1973-74, c. 38, s. 31974-75-76, c. 105, s. 5
conduct a Preliminary Hearing; rules of procedure in all indictment pursuits! Hamilton's Prosecutor: Janet Booy, only had to make a formal request to Ontario's Attorney General--which was granted (reportedly). Due to the seriousnes of those charges and the lengthy incarceration time; one would expect much deliberation before indictment proceedings are heard in a trial. Do have to wonder if such is customary in murder cases where Prosecutors have no factual evidence regard the crime?
Prosecutors convicting anyone, because of coorroborated "Hearsay" statements? Your attorney/s would have to be off the street, not actually practicing law!
Reasoned Action Theory by Fishbein and Ajzen 1980, looking at human behavior based on reasoned actions! In the above paragraph, reasoned actions are explained for Richard Taylor, to determine if there were any real or plausible motive. Based on the most relevant information, regarding those deceased, there does not appear to be anything that remotely connects Richard Taylor to any of these crimes. However, the person with the most access to Carla Rutherford was her husband Allan R... so what exactly happened for him to leave his sleeping wife in a bed of fire? We know that Allan had no other home, he lived with Carla, now he also knew that if Carla died before him he would have nothing! Does anyone think that if Carla did not have money and a home for him to move into... he would ever engage in the relationship? Carla, being a suspecious woman, made certain her elderest son had control and not her husband... Further, Allan the eligible bachelor, was seeking stability and financial prosperty.. he enjoyed travelling, expensive wine, night out, everything that Carla was able to give him.. If one could marry for such convenience, which he did, could that not in itself determine how desperate Allan would be.. However, Allan had to get all the circumstances right.. if the Mom Carla died and the elderest was around he would not rest until he got revenge on Allan (the stepdad). The problem was trying to eliminate 2 people who lived at totally different locations.. very certain Allan consulted with someone! Allan knew he could not exit the home without his wife and no injuries.. he also needed an alibi.. someone who would verify what happened... now there's Karen...!
approximately 5-6 jurors, selected had to be replace on short notice -- this is very troubling! No idea what's amist here, but it really does appear to be all about money and how much Richard Taylor has now!
What Government of Canada says about Preliminary Hearings: ***Preliminary Hearing***
A preliminary hearing is a hearing held by the Court to decide whether there is enough evidence to send the case to trial. Preliminary hearings are only held for indictable offences." Preliminary Hearings are held to determine if the Crown Prosecutor has enough evidence to take the matter to trial... This is necessary when an accused is facing serious criminal allegations such as Murder! ***Richard Taylor was denied due process by Hamilton Crown Prosecutor: Janet Booy
CBC News reporting that Hamilton spent $69.9 Million (2020) on Movie and TV productions The American that was being interviewed for the CBC article was Christoph Benfy, he moved from Toronto to Hamilton in 2010.
American breaking ground in Hamilton hoping to direct...or star in his own Hamilton movie is Jon M. Chu.
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