Jonathan "Jessica" Yaniv assaults reporter Keeane Bexte - GET AWAY FROM ME YOU FUCKING CRAZY FUCKING THING

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Pope Negro Joe the XIIIth

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First plead not guilty when there's video evidence showing your assault of the plaintiff.

Second no-show the date to set a trial.

*BZZZT!!!!* Failbitch move, Jonnyboy! That's the kind of move a guilty defendant makes when they've decided to do a runner because they know they have no chance to succeed.

The next step IS a granted warrant for the arrest and stowage in jail of a massive pain in the ass who dosen't have a clue how or where to avoid the po-po, who know where he lives perfectly well since he calls them there all the time, and said po-po are plenty motivated to find him once they hear he's gotten a bench warrant set out on his fat ass. :stupid:

After that I can only speculate, but I am speculating so hard I'm getting a goddamn blue-steel boner right now.

The chance of an actual custodial sentence just increased dramatically.
I don't want to get too excited, but the idea that Jon might get picked up on an arrest warrant is amazing.
Uh yeah, I hate to ruin the excitement for you guys but the police don't go out looking for bench warrants, at least not in the US and I doubt it's that different in Canada. It'll take another run in with the police running his name for that to pop up, but it's a guaranteed arrest and stay in jail until he sees the judge when that happens. What happens after that is up for grabs still but don't get ahead of yourselves with visions of these police pulling up with sirens blaring.
 

Jaded Optimist

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h yeah, I hate to ruin the excitement for you guys but the police don't go out looking for bench warrants, at least not in the US and I doubt it's that different in Canada
I agree, but I'm optimistic enough (despite my user name) that maybe the cops hate him so much right now that they would make an exception.
 

The Un-Clit

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Uh yeah, I hate to ruin the excitement for you guys but the police don't go out looking for bench warrants, at least not in the US and I doubt it's that different in Canada. It'll take another run in with the police running his name for that to pop up, but it's a guaranteed arrest and stay in jail until he sees the judge when that happens. What happens after that is up for grabs still but don't get ahead of yourselves with visions of these police pulling up with sirens blaring.

I know what you are saying and for the most part you are right. It would take a cop identifying Yaniv on the street or responding to a call involving him, however two points: #1 JY is so stupid he will likely call the cops to his house on some stupid shit once again, this time the Langley RCMP are GLAD to answer the call, go over and arrest his ass on the outstanding warrant and #2 He's pissed off the Langley RCMP so much that one of them will take notice of the warrant and a squad of VERY happy RCMP officers roll in on his home to serve the warrant because he was so stupid as to antagonize people with the records and the very authority to fuck your ass up sideways and inside out. :biggrin:


Funny story, I saw that out-of-the-blue arrest happen here in Vancouver: A few punk-ish guys were stitting in the back of the bus from the SeaBus terminal to Granville St. Stn. and bus slowly rolled past a group of bike cops talking together. One glances into the bus as it passes, does a double-take then immediately directs the bus (slow road, rush hour traffic) to pull over, and calls one of the punky looking dudes by name, declares there is a warrant for his arrest, will he come peacefully to the front, which he did. I wonder if the guy was goin 'oh shit don't let em see me, fingers crossed! Lawd Jeezus help me!!' before the cop decided to take a look at the passengers. LOL
 

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Uh yeah, I hate to ruin the excitement for you guys but the police don't go out looking for bench warrants, at least not in the US and I doubt it's that different in Canada. It'll take another run in with the police running his name for that to pop up, but it's a guaranteed arrest and stay in jail until he sees the judge when that happens. What happens after that is up for grabs still but don't get ahead of yourselves with visions of these police pulling up with sirens blaring.
You are correct. In a situation like this, he would only be brought in if police had a reason to run his name(s).

(JJYS, if you're reading this, be aware that ANY and ALL of your are linked in the system, so don't bother playing that game)

That said, he would have to play No Show at all his criminal hearings going forward or they'd just get him at the courts.
 

ComeGetSome

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The so-called "bench warrant" is still a warrant nonetheless and the court might just mail it in, or direct the crown (RCMP) to action it. I have another case (crazy-neighbour type case) that I watch where the defendant didn't appear, and he was then picked up the day the warrant was approved. So it does happen.

Either way - there's something else that DOES indeed happen. BCEA (welfare), which is also responsible for delivering the "disability" payments that JJYS is receiving - does not pay out to recipients with an active and unexecuted arrest warrant.
 

Dr. Hannibal Buress

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Either way - there's something else that DOES indeed happen. BCEA (welfare), which is also responsible for delivering the "disability" payments that JJYS is receiving - does not pay out to recipients with an active and unexecuted arrest warrant.

Given his track record of utterly retarded choices I could almost see him going down to the welfare office to complain his check hasn't arrived and getting snatched up by the cops after they get called when he throws a tantrum over not getting his handout.
 

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Uh yeah, I hate to ruin the excitement for you guys but the police don't go out looking for bench warrants, at least not in the US and I doubt it's that different in Canada. It'll take another run in with the police running his name for that to pop up, but it's a guaranteed arrest and stay in jail until he sees the judge when that happens. What happens after that is up for grabs still but don't get ahead of yourselves with visions of these police pulling up with sirens blaring.
Jon has a lot of interactions with the police, way more than the average person. It's conceivable they'd pick him up the next time he bothers them.
 

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I know what you are saying and for the most part you are right. It would take a cop identifying Yaniv on the street or responding to a call involving him, however two points: #1 JY is so stupid he will likely call the cops to his house on some stupid shit once again, this time the Langley RCMP are GLAD to answer the call, go over and arrest his ass on the outstanding warrant and #2 He's pissed off the Langley RCMP so much that one of them will take notice of the warrant and a squad of VERY happy RCMP officers roll in on his home to serve the warrant because he was so stupid as to antagonize people with the records and the very authority to fuck your ass up sideways and inside out. :biggrin:


Funny story, I saw that out-of-the-blue arrest happen here in Vancouver: A few punk-ish guys were stitting in the back of the bus from the SeaBus terminal to Granville St. Stn. and bus slowly rolled past a group of bike cops talking together. One glances into the bus as it passes, does a double-take then immediately directs the bus (slow road, rush hour traffic) to pull over, and calls one of the punky looking dudes by name, declares there is a warrant for his arrest, will he come peacefully to the front, which he did. I wonder if the guy was goin 'oh shit don't let em see me, fingers crossed! Lawd Jeezus help me!!' before the cop decided to take a look at the passengers. LOL

Add to this that following the complaints filed regarding the repeated Sexual Harassments of EMS and Firefighters by Yaniv, it is 99.9% a certainty that any 911 response to Johnny's den of filth requires a police response as well. EMS and FD will not go in until or unless PD is present. (These are not uncommon. But are generally used for things like Crack Dens and Biker Bars. Or inner city projects. Generally anyplace deemed unsafe for EMS to be there by themselves without police escort.) And Bench Warrants pop up in the system by address as well as name. Oh Noes! Whoever will Troonzilla get to hoist his horrifying hatchet wound out of the bathtub now?

Jon has a lot of interactions with the police, way more than the average person. It's conceivable they'd pick him up the next time he bothers them.
I'm not sure in Canada, but in the US the Law Enforcement officers don't have much in the way of discretion regarding Bench Warrants. It's not like a speeding ticket where they have the option of just warning you. If the warrant exists and they have you in front of them, they have to act on it.
 

John southern

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Does not pay out to recipients with an active and unexecuted arrest warrant.

That may be their policy. They do however, pay.
I've worked on and off in the DTES for many years.
Even going to jail doesn't hold up checks, you can go to jail for weeks and they still pay.


They could however make an exception for him, since he's not at risk of homelessness and unlikely to go on a crime spree to earn money to compensate for his cheque being frozen.

If the warrant exists and they have you in front of them, they have to act on it.

So, naive. They let people walk all the time for various reasons and pick them up later. Especially in situations where the person is not deemed an immediate threat, have a fixed address
and police have more pressing things to deal with. If the jails are backed up, people who are not deemed a threat are out and about.

There the rules. laws and policies and then there is the real world.

Jonathan lives in a dimension between all of them.
 

Pope Negro Joe the XIIIth

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So, naive. They let people walk all the time for various reasons and pick them up later. Especially in situations where the person is not deemed an immediate threat, have a fixed address
and police have more pressing things to deal with. If the jails are backed up, people who are not deemed a threat are out and about.

There the rules. laws and policies and then there is the real world.

Jonathan lives in a dimension between all of them.
No. If they have radioed your name in for a check they can't just say "uh they ran away" to explain why they didn't arrest someone who is wanted by the courts. Before that sure it's police discretion but once there's a record of something beyond a stop, they need to explain something, especially if there's an active warrant return.

Literally what.
 

John southern

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No. If they have radioed your name in for a check they can't just say "uh they ran away" to explain why they didn't arrest someone who is wanted by the courts. Before that sure it's police discretion but once there's a record of something beyond a stop, they need to explain something, especially if there's an active warrant return.

Literally what.

I know, and CPIC logs all the checks and who conducted them.
A cop in Halifax can check who did a search in Vancouver and vice-versa. Everything is logged and it's now shared Nationally, including at the border.
That doesn't change the REAL WORLD behavior.

Like I said, I've worked in the DTES, where everyone and their pet rat has a warrant for something.
Nabbing people on warrants is done on a priority basis. Cops will even let someone skip if they are just too lazy to do the paperwork.

Living in a fantasy world of what SHOULD be done is going to lead to a lot of disappointment.
 

Pope Negro Joe the XIIIth

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I know, and CPIC logs all the checks and who conducted them.
A cop in Halifax can check who did a search in Vancouver and vice-versa. Everything is logged and it's now shared Nationally, including at the border.
That doesn't change the REAL WORLD behavior.

Like I said, I've worked in the DTES, where everyone and their pet rat has a warrant for something.
Nabbing people on warrants is done on a priority basis. Cops will even let someone skip if they are just too lazy to do the paperwork.

Living in a fantasy world of what SHOULD be done is going to lead to a lot of disappointment.
Ok, so there's a system where Yaniv has another run in with the cops and they check his name, literally everyone in the country can see that he was in custody long enough to be checked, and the police just let him go and no one has any sort of issue with this.

I'm just trying to make sure I'm understanding what you're saying correctly. If I am getting this right bruh what the fuck.
 

John southern

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Ok, so there's a system where Yaniv has another run in with the cops and they check his name, literally everyone in the country can see that he was in custody long enough to be checked, and the police just let him go and no one has any sort of issue with this.

I'm just trying to make sure I'm understanding what you're saying correctly. If I am getting this right bruh what the fuck.

Yes. It's called CPIC


Times, dates, locations. person who conducted the search.
I don't know what came of it, but there was talk of data sharing with USA Police as well.
I know Canadian Border has access to it, as well.

It goes without saying. What the public is allowed to see/know and what else they are doing, are very separate things.
 

ComeGetSome

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So, naive. They let people walk all the time for various reasons and pick them up later. Especially in situations where the person is not deemed an immediate threat, have a fixed address
and police have more pressing things to deal with. If the jails are backed up, people who are not deemed a threat are out and about.

There the rules. laws and policies and then there is the real world.

Jonathan lives in a dimension between all of them.

Sure - and then there's the case of Crazy-neighbour (a piece of work named Bruno), whereby the Maple Ridge RCMP, at the direction of the VPD, attempted to pick him up on a warrant for missing a court date. They knew he was in the house (he was screaming at them to fuck right off through the closed door), so they got a Feenie warrant - at 1am one morning last September - to enter the home and execute the bench warrant. Sure, it's rare. But rarely happens isn't the same as never happens. The cops have a hard-on for Bruno - and I suspect have a similar hard-on for JJYS.
 

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