Bring him to justice – on hold

Following is an excerpt from The St Catharines Standard of March 13, 2020:

Upcoming criminal and civil jury trials in Niagara and across Ontario have been suspended as a precaution to keep the public and staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice announced.

In a statement issued late Thursday, Chief Justice Geoffrey Morawetz said anyone who has received a summons for jury duty for an upcoming trial does not need to attend court.

“The safety of all who use and rely upon the court is essential,” the statement reads. “Equally important is continued access to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice should COVID-19 disrupt court operations.”

Officials said small claims court cases have also been temporarily halted.

So it appears George Flowers will be staying in jail while the Province of Ontario finds a way to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

If or when there is a change in this status, I’ll write more.





8 thoughts on “Bring him to justice – on hold

    • Thank you. Other than a brief flurry when the Toronto Police Service first issued a Public Safety Alert and some coverage from the Jamaican press while he was fighting extradition, this has been ignored by Canadian media. As and when I get, and can confirm, information, I’ll publish more.

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  1. Yeah I agree none else has said anything in a long while. People should know what’s up. I have heard so many conflicting things. Hes dead charges dropped he got life hea sick and dying hes been released …….. amh seems your the only reliable source. Thanks for keeping us updated

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      • Ok, I thought I heard somewhere that he was just going to plead guilty instead of going to trial. Also the second part of my post was if you knew where he was being held? Thanks for your reply too 😉


      • I erroneously reported the rumour he was going to plead guilty, but I should have verified that before posting it. I’ve heard many rumours, such as he’ll plead guilty; he has a “dream team” of lawyers working pro bono or he has a court-appointed attorney, so it’s hard to say exactly what is true at this moment. To answer the second question, I have no idea where he’s being held.


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