THE DEMOCRATIC REPORTER
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The Mayor was given a bottle of Booze in the morning of the same day as her car crash, in the evening.
A very important point when reading the different accounts is how the story of what happened changes and get more serious as time goes on.
The Mayor of Mississauga, Hazel McCallion in front of her famous Buick (The EGO Tripper), & its MAYOR 1, license plate.
Picture from the 30 year birthday special supplement in the Mississauga News, Dec. 11, 2004.
Apr. 26, Wed., 2006
Peel police news release - Apr. 26, 2006 - about the event that the Mayor attended before her car crash.
- First report of the Car Crash, has it happening at "McLaughlin and Cantay Rds." by Hazel McCallion's account, did she not know where she was or is there another reason at work? Wrong location and greatly understating the seriousness of accident - cover-up in the works so Hazel McCallion can keep her license, avoid charges and her political reputation/legacy?
Apr. 27, Thur., 2006
- Basically the same article as above - "Mayor 'just fine' after car crash".
- A new legal defence it was the sign post's fault or "an errant street sign". According to my dictionary "errant" means - "wandering", "going astray", "doing wrong" and/or "moving aimlessly". So clearly this media organization is saying the signpost is at fault and the FEISTY Mayor of Mississauga, Hazel McCallion showed she means business to all obstacles in her path and street signs that were in the wrong place at the wrong time. She RUNS them down or into them as best she can, to show them who is boss-lady! I wonder if Mississauga City Council will follow up on this to allow other important drivers to run over street signs they think are in the wrong places or get in their way? Maybe it can be applied to running over "errant" pedestrians. Hay, it is not my fault, they were in the wrong place at the wrong time!
- This serious traffic accident is being treated as a joke by the media.
Local News - CFRB - 1010 Apr 27, 2006, 5:52am.
Police investigate mayor's car crash - Mississauga News - Apr 27, 2006 - By Louie Rosella.
The Democratic Reporter account scoop & news release - Apr. 27, 2006.
Apr. 28, Fri., 2006
- First published picture in print media of the real Car Crash scene.
- NOTE the young lady in this picture. This young lady is crossing the path that Hazel McCallion's car took when it smashed into the stoplight pole.
Mayor needs a driver - Mississauga News - Apr 28, 2006 - Editorial.
- Again a report that puts the accident in the wrong location this time in "the centre median." It was more serious than that.
- At last someone other than the Democratic Reporter is reporting that Hazel McCallion hit a pole, now if we can add a signpost before the pole, that would be even more accurate.
McCallion's driving being investigated after crash - Globe & Mail - Posted Apr. 28, 2006 - By Oliver Moore.
It's time for a driver, mayor concedes - Mississauga News - Apr 28, 2006 - By Louie Rosella. Apr. 29, Sat., 2006
Apr. 29, Sat., 2006
Hazel singled out because of her age - Toronto Star - Apr. 29, 2006 - letter.
Apr. 30, Sun., 2006
Who'll be driving Miss Hazel? - Toronto Star - Apr. 30, 2006 - By Louie Rosella (Mississauga News).
The Democratic Reporter account & news release - Apr. 30, 2006.
May 2 & 3, Tues. - Wed., 2006
Mayor faces charges following accident - Internet version - Mississauga News - May 2, 2006 - By Louie Rosella.
- Peel police say Mississauga News have misreported reported Hazel McCallion's charge.
- Peel police say Toronto Star have misreported reported Hazel McCallion's charge.
The Democratic Reporter account, scoop & news release - May 3, 2006.
- Exclusive Interview with one of the emergency workers who attended the Hazel McCallion Car Crash.
- Peel police say Toronto Star and Mississauga News have not accuracy reported Hazel McCallion's charge.
- Mayor McCallion becoming a LIABILITY to the City of Mississauga?
- And more.
May 4 Thur., 2006
Thorn in McCallion's side pulls smooth move - Toronto Star - May 4, 2006, the Political Notebook.
- surprising comments from the Toronto Star about me.
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