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    Another case of "The law is for lesser people." by this self-important POS.

    Derek Fildebrandt charged with illegal deer kill on private land

    An Alberta member of the legislature who is already dealing with charges of hit and run is now facing accusations of illegally shooting a deer.


    Derek Fildebrandt, the Independent member for Strathmore-Brooks, has been charged with unlawful possession of wildlife and entering onto private land without permission.

    Alberta Justice says that on the afternoon of Nov. 4, fish and wildlife officers were called about a deer shot on private land without permission from the landowner in a field near Sundre in west-central Alberta.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgar...rges-1.4447204

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    The article is a bit unclear, but there seems to be two independent violations here - trespassing on private property and not having a valid hunting license and/or tag for the deer he shot.

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    Yep:

    Derek Fildebrandt, the Independent member for Strathmore-Brooks, has been charged with unlawful possession of wildlife and entering onto private land without permission.
    Giving less of a damn than ever… Can't laugh at the ignorant if you ignore them!

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    Oh deer, this guy sure finds trouble or it finds him. Sounds like he lives in a vacuum and feels like he can do as he pleases.
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    Hahahaha.

    Fildebrandt said he found out the land was private after he shot and tagged the deer, and apologized to the land owner. Afterwards, he said, he donated the deer to the local food bank. The justice official said the seized deer was donated by the wildlife officer.
    http://calgaryherald.com/news/politi...6-5a95386a2059
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    Old story:

    http://pressprogress.ca/8_reasons_de...ildrose_party/



    I was going to say that maybe it was just a novice mistake.

    Derek Fildebrandt – Wildrose – Strathmore-Brooks › Medicine Hat News

    “Canadian Sport Shooters Association. “

    https://web.archive.org/web/20150518...thmore-brooks/
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    ^so what are we looking at or for in your post....................................
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    Quote Originally Posted by KC View Post


    Old story:

    http://pressprogress.ca/8_reasons_de...ildrose_party/



    I was going to say that maybe it was just a novice mistake.

    Derek Fildebrandt – Wildrose – Strathmore-Brooks › Medicine Hat News

    “Canadian Sport Shooters Association. “

    https://web.archive.org/web/20150518...thmore-brooks/

    And outside of the Legislature I'm going to be a total douche and an embarrassment. BTW. how's that accountability thing square with you ripping off the province?

    Why should the voters choose you?: I fought for the little guy as the Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation against waste, corruption and higher taxes. I’ve played a big role in holding Alison Redford and the PCs accountable and believe that inside of the legislature, I can be a powerful voice for accountability and common sense.

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    Evidently knowing where you are & whether or not you're legally allowed to shoot a deer is uncommon sense?
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    There is some irony in someone from the right violating property rights and safe handling of a firearm given how near and dear to their hearts these issues are.

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    He's so small government he does not recognize the authority of the wasteful bureaucracy which is Alberta Fish & Wildlife
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    What a joke Fildebrandt is. Just can't keep out of the news. He's just toxic news by now.
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    Maybe this year was just his annus horibilis. Now don't tell me that none of us had had one.
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    Membership has its benefits:

    Membership | Canadian Shooting Sports Association

    “Access to our Emergency Legal Fund.
    Training courses, regarded as the best in Canada”

    https://cssa-cila.org/membership/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini View Post
    Maybe this year was just his annus horibilis. Now don't tell me that none of us had had one.
    More like good society’s horibilis anus


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    Rogers: Well, blessed is just about everyone with a fested interest in the status quo, if I'm right with you there, Reg?

    Reg: Yeah, well, what Jesus quietly fails to appreciate is that it's the meek who're the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini View Post
    Maybe this year was just his annus horibilis. Now don't tell me that none of us had had one.
    ... or he could just be a horrible anus.

    Here I thought Wildrose MLA's were all about respecting property rights. I guess Derek not so much, perhaps that is why is a former Wildrose MLA now. If he keeps on doing crazy stuff like this, his former colleagues now in the UCP might not want him back.

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    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmont...ourt-1.4454288

    Guilty as charged. He wasn't able to produce a shred of evidence to back up his claims that he had a meeting that morning. So he was most likely lying both in court and publicly repeatedly when he claimed it couldn't have been him due to the supposed meeting. Hopefully between the apartment fiasco, the deer incident, and this there will be enough to put his career of "public service" to an end. It's pretty obvious the only person Fildebrandt acts in service of is himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcel Petrin View Post
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmont...ourt-1.4454288

    Guilty as charged. He wasn't able to produce a shred of evidence to back up his claims that he had a meeting that morning. So he was most likely lying both in court and publicly repeatedly when he claimed it couldn't have been him due to the supposed meeting. Hopefully between the apartment fiasco, the deer incident, and this there will be enough to put his career of "public service" to an end. It's pretty obvious the only person Fildebrandt acts in service of is himself.
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    There should be a good conspiracy theory coming out of these events. Anyone care to start one?


    Derek Fildebrandt launches United Liberty group - Calgary - CBC News

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgar...erty-1.4174539




    Alberta Premier Alison Redford leaves mixed legacy behind | Calgary Sun
    Derek Fildebrandt
    Published: March 19, 2014
    Updated: March 20, 2014 5:23 AM UTC
    Filed Under: Calgary SUN Opinion

    http://edmontonsun.com/2014/03/20/al...d-3171c78316e2
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    Quote Originally Posted by KC View Post
    There should be a good conspiracy theory coming out of these events. Anyone care to start one?


    Derek Fildebrandt launches United Liberty group - Calgary - CBC News

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgar...erty-1.4174539




    Alberta Premier Alison Redford leaves mixed legacy behind | Calgary Sun
    Derek Fildebrandt
    Published: March 19, 2014
    Updated: March 20, 2014 5:23 AM UTC
    Filed Under: Calgary SUN Opinion

    http://edmontonsun.com/2014/03/20/al...d-3171c78316e2
    Nah, he probably just has a strong feeling lately for some reason all them there laws are a dang nuisance. He must be way past three strikes by now. I suppose the first was the worst - the Airbnb showed his regard for the taxpayers money, the others are more private matters, but just sort of confirm he has major character flaws. I just wonder whether politically anyone will touch him with a 10 foot pole now. I suppose he can hope people will eventually forget, but until then I think he will remain an Independent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KC View Post
    There should be a good conspiracy theory coming out of these events. Anyone care to start one?


    Derek Fildebrandt launches United Liberty group - Calgary - CBC News

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgar...erty-1.4174539




    Alberta Premier Alison Redford leaves mixed legacy behind | Calgary Sun
    Derek Fildebrandt
    Published: March 19, 2014
    Updated: March 20, 2014 5:23 AM UTC
    Filed Under: Calgary SUN Opinion

    http://edmontonsun.com/2014/03/20/al...d-3171c78316e2
    Nah, he probably just has a strong feeling lately for some reason all them there laws are a dang nuisance. He must be way past three strikes by now. I suppose the first was the worst - the Airbnb showed his regard for the taxpayers money, the others are more private matters, but just sort of confirm he has major character flaws. I just wonder whether politically anyone will touch him with a 10 foot pole now. I suppose he can hope people will eventually forget, but until then I think he will remain an Independent.
    well “until then” or until the next election.
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