Rescues turned Hoarders – We all know the names Sylvie Janvresse and Laurence Perron since I exposed them as hoarders. Well, look at the pictures that Sylvie Janvresse posted about Laurence Perron.
Now for all of those who helped Sylvie & Laurence run, you are guilty of allowing this neglect to happen. The blame starts with the City of Franklin, Quebec as a province holds the neglect award.
Every hoarder has a safe haven in Franklin as the city failed to act, their Director General Mr. François Gagnon is in a wheelchair, when asked if he had seen the place his answer was no…
30 some days ago Mr. Gagnon (Director) of Franklin was still waiting for a callback from Anima-Quebec, I told him he might be waiting for a very long time as they are now closed…
The City of Franklin has refused my request to access public information, requesting things such as the name of the landowner and the inspection reports.
Did the Director General commit a crime as per article 180 of the Criminal Code? He failed to discharge of a legal duty! Resulting in a common nuisance, he ignored complaints of inactions in regards to animal cruelty and neglect, let alone he ignored municipal by-law infractions.
ANIMAL HEALTH PROTECTION ACT
55.46. Every person who, by his consent, encouragement, advice or order, induces another person to commit an offence is guilty of the offence as if he had committed it himself, and of every other offence committed by the other person as a result of the consent, encouragement, advice or order, if he knew or should have known that its probable consequence would be the commission of the offences.
CRIMINAL CODE OF CANADA
180. (1) Every one who commits a common nuisance and thereby
(a) endangers the lives, safety or health of the public, or
(b) causes physical injury to any person,
is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.
(2) For the purposes of this section, every one commits a common nuisance who does an unlawful act or fails to discharge a legal duty and thereby
(a) endangers the lives, safety, health, property or comfort of the public; or
(b) obstructs the public in the exercise or enjoyment of any right that is common to all the subjects of Her Majesty in Canada.