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  1. #21
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    Re: Don't trust female doctors

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    To be fair, I have had a female doctor who was very good.
    Are you talking about sex?
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  2. #22

    Re: Don't trust female doctors

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Are you talking about sex?
    Ha ha ha ha, no. She was a good doctor.

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    Re: Don't trust female doctors

    Quote Originally Posted by Manuallaborer View Post
    The bloke sought to talk about his FEELINGS with a female. Feelings that involved desiring physical harm to another individual.

    What was he thinking?

    Women are both envious and fearful of our ability to enact violence. A woman with law enforcement at her disposal will see it as her civic duty to rid society of another potentially violent male.

    Remember to be stoic. Do not talk about your feelings with ANYONE. Who can you trust with your secrets? NO ONE! If you plan to fight or commit crime, TELL NO ONE before or after.
    Why is the YRP Detective telling the man to plead guilty?

  4. #24

    Re: Don't trust female doctors

    CITATION: R. v. Katsikaris, 2017 ONSC 3640


    COURT FILE NO.: CR-17-10000006-00AP


    DATE: 20170613


    ONTARIO


    SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE


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    HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN











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    STEVE KATSIKARIS











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    Danielle Carbonneau, for the Crown

















    Steve Katsikaris on his own behalf





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    HEARD: June 12, 2017


    R.F. GOLDSTEIN J.


    REASONS FOR JUDGMENT





    [1] On November 18, 2015 Mr. Katsikaris attended at the Ryerson Medical Centre for a mental health assessment. Dr. Hogarth saw him. She became concerned about his stability. He became agitated and angry. Mr. Katsikiaris told her that police officers were trying to kill him. He specifically mentioned killing Paul Martin, the Chief of Durham Regional Police. In the course of her assessment Dr. Hogarth became concerned that there was a risk he would cause harm to others. She issued a Form 1 under the Mental Health Act. He was taken to St. Michael’s Hospital for a psychiatric assessment.


    [2] Mr. Katsikaris was arrested and charged with threatening death. He was tried by Justice Bigelow of the Ontario Court of Justice. Justice Bigleow dismissed the charge. His Honour found that the Crown had not proven that the Mr. Katsikaris intended to threaten Chief Martin or that he meant that the threat be taken seriously.


    [3] After the acquittal the Crown requested a common law peace bond. Justice Bigelow was concerned about the safety of Dr. Hogarth and Chief Martin. He explained that Mr. Katsikaris was simply required to stay away from them.


    [4] Mr. Katsikaris appeals. He raised multiple issues before me. Most of the issues had nothing to do with the case. He asked for disclosure, although it was not clear to me what he was asking for disclosure of. He made a number of allegations relating to conspiracies by various police forces. He seemed to suggest that the government of the United States was also involved. It appears that there might be some kind of history between Mr. Katsikaris and the police force and the local government in the Town of Kawartha Lakes. It was unclear to me if there was any connection between that and the appeal. In any event, none of his submissions directly addressed the real issue, which was whether or not the trial judge had the jurisdiction to impose a common law peace bond and whether it was justified.


    [5] It is clear that Justice Bigelow had the jurisdiction under his authority at common law: R. v. Parks, 1992 CanLII 78 (SCC), [1992] 2 S.C.R. 871 at para. 63. It is also clear that there was evidence before him that there was a reasonable apprehension that Mr. Katsikaris may breach the peace. His mental health is an issue. He lives next door to Chief Martin. He also indicated that he might want to reach out to Dr. Hogarth.


    [6] There was a clearly basis for the trial judge to issue the peace bond. I see no error and no reason to interfere with what was essentially the exercise of his discretion. The appeal is dismissed.














    R.F. Goldstein J.





    Released: June 13, 2017




    CITATION: R. v. Katsikaris, 2017 ONSC 3640


    COURT FILE NO.: CR-17-10000006-00AP


    DATE: 20170613

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    Re: Don't trust female doctors

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    Ha ha ha ha, no. She was a good doctor.
    Prostate exam? LOLs. (Do Gorn have prostates?)

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    Re: Don't trust female doctors

    In this case, it had nothing to do with her being a female doctor.

    Since he mentioned his desire of harming specific people, the doctor (state employee?) has to report the possible threat to the authorities. The same happens in the US with public schools teachers, counselors, and other public employees (Mandated Reporters). I was a HS teacher for 13 years and any time a student wanted to talk with me about something not related to class, I always let them know that I had to report certain things like abuse, violent threats, or illegal activities. That usually avoided me to deal with thorny subjects and also let the student know I was legally required to "snitch" on them.

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    Re: Don't trust female doctors

    Read post 24.


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