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Jacques-Antoine Normandin sentenced

Postby Lambkin » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:19 am

http://montrealgazette.com/business/tax ... -jail-time
A tax protester from Cowansville who did not file personal tax returns from 2009 to 2012 and returns for his numbered company from 2007 to 2012 has been fined $10,500 and sentenced to 40 days in jail.


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Le contestataire Jacques-Antoine Normandin n'a pas la langue dans sa poche. Ses camarades non plus. Leurs rires et grognements ont d'ailleurs provoqué leur expulsion de la salle de cour, hier.

Après un premier avertissement, la juge Julie Beauchesne a sévi contre quatre amis du briqueteur-maçon de 62 ans déclaré coupable en avril d'avoir omis de payer ses impôts depuis sept ans. Ils ont quitté la salle en chahutant. «Va chier, t'as aucun pouvoir sur moi!», a même crié l'un d'eux à un agent de sécurité.

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Re: Jacques-Antoine Normandin sentenced

Postby Pottapaug1938 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:08 pm

A rough translation of the full article:

The tax protester Jacques-Antoine Normandin doesn't hold back from expressing his opinions, and neither do his friends. Their laughter and groans caused their expulsion from the courtroom yesterday.

After a first warning, Judge Julie Beauchesne ordered the expulsion of the four friends of Mr. Normandin, a 62-year-old bricklayer, found guilty in April of failing to pay taxes for seven years. As they left the room, they shouted "f*ck you! You have no power over me!" to the security guards.

The hearing continued in relative calm, but the parties clashed verbally, several times. For the Crown, Prosecutor Guy Fontaine objected to questions he deemed irrelevant regarding a discussion of the sentence. Michel Lebrun, counsel for the defense, had questioned a representative of Revenu Québec, implying that his client was arrested because he is "known". "Mr. Normandin is a citizen like the others," he said. "He should not have to undergo special scrutiny." The official did not confirm these allegations. Lyne Provencher, however, revealed that the accused had finally produced his tax returns ... but they were not signed.

Why? "I did not want to create a legal effect in a non-legal environment," said Mr. Normandin cryptically. He added: "a signature can be almost anything; and it could be made under duress." Asked later about why he refused to open the packages sent by Revenue Quebec and Revenue Canada, the sexagenarian replied: "I do not want to be responsible for the unknown contents of the package. It was a matter of caution on my part. I love the world. "
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Re: Jacques-Antoine Normandin sentenced

Postby Burnaby49 » Sun Dec 14, 2014 1:46 am

Michel Lebrun, counsel for the defense, had questioned a representative of Revenu Québec, implying that his client was arrested because he is "known". "Mr. Normandin is a citizen like the others," he said. "He should not have to undergo special scrutiny." The official did not confirm these allegations. Lyne Provencher, however, revealed that the accused had finally produced his tax returns ... but they were not signed.


He's certainly "known", I have a mass of information about him. Anyone who with a better ability at French than me (almost anyone at all) feel free to peruse what the Western Cabal has uncovered so far, given below;

I'm going to try and get assistance on French translations of some of this stuff before I comment.

Decisions

Droit de la famille — 132363, 2013 QCCA 725– unsuccessful appeal of 2012 QCCS 6120

S.N. et F.L., 2013 QCCS 1018 – dependent adult declaration

Droit de la famille — 123381, 2012 QCCS 6120 – divorce dispute

Caisse Desjardins de Mégantic c. Dubois, 2012 QCCS 2907 – foreclosure and court ordered sale ordered

Commission de la construction du Québec c. Construction Rejean Dubois et Fils, GP, 2012 QCCQ 1776 – vexatious litigant declaration, with lots of OPCA documents

Commission de la construction du Québec c. Construction Rejean Dubois et Fils, 2012 QCCQ 1494 – unsuccessful application to resist property seizure

Dubois Coulombe v. Revenu Québec, 2012 QCCS 71 – vexatious litigant declaration

Dubois Coulombe v. Revenu Québec, 2012 QCCS 67 – action struck as abusive

Agence du revenu du Québec c. Van Der Tol, 2011 QCCQ 15145 – Revenue Quebec collects on a debt

Commission de la construction du Québec c. Construction Réjean Dubois et Fils, s.e.n.c., 2011 QCCQ 13828 – failure to appear

Fournier v. Duclos, 2010 QCCQ 7013 – summary judgment

Bergeron c. Golf de l'Estrie inc., 2010 QCCS 2146 – contract dispute with attempted representation

Fournier v. Duclos, 2009 QCCQ 7698 – refusal to file due to vexatious litigant status

Fournier v. Duclos, 2009 QCCQ 6079 – litigant released

Canada (Procureur général) c. Gilbert, 2006 QCCQ 24225 – failure to file tax return

Pelletier v. Bergman, 2006 QCCS 1360 – unsuccessful vexatious litigant application, habeas corpus rejected

R. v. Normandin, 2005 CanLII 24313 – drunk driving conviction appeal rejected (materials look Freeman at a glance)

R. v. Normandin, 2005 CanLII 24311 – unsuccessful attempt to attack drunk driving conviction by certiorari

Normandin c. Conseil canadien de la magistrature, 2004 CanLII 45928 – vexatious litigant declaration

Normandin c. Étude d'avocats Desjardins Ducharme Stein Monast, 2004 CanLII 26146 – application dismissed

Normandin c. Étude d'avocats Desjardins Ducharme Stein Monast, 2004 CanLII 25065 – application dismissed

Capitale General Insurance Inc. v. Normandin, 2004 CanLII 19525 – motion to dismiss denied

Normandin c. Banque Royale du Canada, 2003 CanLII 54397 – dismiss incomprehensible action

Joseph v. Ménard, 2003 CanLII 49272 – application dismissed

Normandin v. Caisse populaire de Alma, 2003 CanLII 49054 – application dismissed

Websites:

-main site: http://www.jacquesantoinenormandin.com

-another website: http://crash-financier-politique.over-blog.com

- note the “International Humanity House” tax free card photo – this guy has been at this since the early 2000’s, that card is from Daniel Lavigne

-document: http://justpaste.it/66v

-Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/jacquesantoinenorma1

-Facebook pages:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jacques- ... 7918904651

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jacques- ... 3844437698

LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/pub/jacques-ant ... 13/473/6a1

Scribd: https://www.scribd.com/jacques_normandin


News reporting:

http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/estr ... trie.shtml

http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/otta ... ains.shtml

http://ici.radio-canada.ca/emissions/en ... Doc=279881

http://www.droit-inc.com/article13046-E ... llegitimes

http://www.lapresse.ca/la-voix-de-lest/ ... libere.php

http://montrealgazette.com/business/tax ... -jail-time

http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1462951 ... ax-returns

http://www.lapresse.ca/la-voix-de-lest/ ... pulses.php


Quebec Skeptics:

http://www.sceptiques.qc.ca/forum/jean- ... t8016.html
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