Page 6 - The Mirror - Winter 2016
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      Who’s Protecting our ‘Environmentally Protected Lands’?

On the very same day that Mark Barnfield was sentenced for abusing his private property, we learn
that the same persecutors are actively ignoring a far more serious situation.

In court October 8, 2015 Mark Barnfield was penalized under Legislative Law (as opposed to Com-
mon Law) at the behest of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority for the crime of legally set-
ting up a paintball business on his private property. His private property was classified as Industrial
when he bought it.

Here is a story of a couple who did everything right to start their little business in Welland, Ontario
only to be destroyed by the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA)!

On top of going back to college, getting all required permits and even paying $thousands for an envi-
ronment assessment the NPCA crushed them after their first few sales and on what basis? On the ba-
sis of connected underground aquifers, a non-existent Black Gum Tree and a dead turtle skeleton in
the roadside ditch.

Tipped off by the City of Welland, the NPCA set upon Mark Barnfield immediately costing him
$thousands, driving him into bankruptcy, years of depraved persecution, ‘conflict of interest Justices’
and, at the time of his penalty phase, it’s not over yet.

Barnfield’s scenario was written long ago as Les Miserables by Victor Hugo...
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