“There exists a shadowy government with its own Air Force, its own Navy, its own fundraising mechanism, and the ability to pursue its own ideas of national interest, free from all checks and balances, and free from the law itself.”   
                             —    Senator Daniel K. Inouye (1987)

Opinions of Richard Lighthouse.
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Bill Blair


James Malizia  in Ottawa


Lise Crouch   in Toronto


Opinions of Richard Lighthouse.

CounterTerrorism  =   Gangstalking

Bill Blair is the current Gangstalking Boss in Canada.

RCMP Assistant Commissioner James Malizia, leads the CounterTerrorism office.

RCMP Supt. Lise Crouch, who heads the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team in the Toronto region.

From official statements of the Canadian Government:

  • The Minister of Public Safety is responsible for exercising leadership at the national level relating to public safety and emergency preparedness, including terrorism
  • the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) leads the criminal investigation into a domestic terrorist attack, as part of its mandate of primary responsibility for national security law enforcement in Canada.

Local Gangstalking is run by the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET), which are similar to Fusion Centers in the United States.  Local officers are called – “RCMP counter-terrorism officer.”

Integrated National Security Enforcement Teams (INSET) are Canadian counter-terrorist security forces operating under the auspices of Public Safety Canada. These teams, formed in 2002 in response to the September 11 attacks with members from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), and police forces at the municipal and provincial levels. INSET teams are operating in Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Montreal and Edmonton.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

73 Leikin Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R2


​4225 Dorchester Blvd., 10th floor
Westmount (Quebec) H3Z 1V5
Phone: 514-939-8308
Email: cdiv.communications@rcmp-grc.gc.ca


Email: janelle.shoihet@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Executive Director Alison Whelan, Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Co-Chair, CACP Counter-Terrorism and National Security Committee​.

Deputy Chief James Ramer, Toronto, CACP Counter-Terrorism and National Security Committee​.

Deputy Commissioner Michael Duheme, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Deputy Commissioner Federal Policing
Domestic Terrorism.

Chief Superintendent Scott Doran, from federal policing criminal operations at national headquarters.

Deputy Commander Scott Tod, CACP Counter-Terrorism and National Security Committee​.

Chief Superintendent Larry Tremblay, director general of federal policing, criminal operations.

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Association
300 Terry Fox Drive, Suite 100/ 300
Ottawa, Ontario K2K 0E3
Tel: (613) 595-1101 • Fax: (613) 383-0372

Calgary Police Service Counter Terrorism 
Email: CPSCTC@calgarypolice.ca


RCMP commissioner Bob Paulson

Insp. Wayne Stevenson, Operations Officer, Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET)

RCMP Quebec Superintendent Martine Fontaine

“One of Canada’s most important multilateral forums for intelligence and information sharing remains the “Five Eyes” community. Canada regularly attends the Five Country Ministerial, an annual meeting between the security and immigration ministers of the Five Eyes countries to discuss national security challenges and proactive areas for collaboration.
Canada is actively engaged in international counterterrorism efforts with partners both bilaterally and in a number of international fora including: the United Nations (UN), the Global Counter-Terrorism Forum (GCTF), the Global Coalition to Counter Daesh, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the G7.”

“The RCMP’s national-security joint-operations centre (NSJOC) in Ottawa is a “real-time and rapid information-sharing” crossroads where federal agents can efficiently swap files, according to recently released records. However, critics fear it will go places no watchdog can follow.
​The counterterrorism centre was largely unknown until RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson made a brief reference to it in Parliament earlier this year. The Globe and Mail has acquired the centre’s terms of reference under Access to Information laws.”

​Tricia Geddes – Director General, Policy and Foreign Relations, Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Cameron Jay Ortis, RCMP, was arrested for attempting to whistleblow about the massive corruption and Gangstalking.

Previous Gangstalking Bosses in Canada


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