January 14, 2009

Just Hanging Out Waiting For The Sentencing Circle

Christopher Pauchay has been rearrested while drinking with his buddies in a local bar.

It could be worse. He might have been babysitting.

Posted by Kate at January 14, 2009 1:10 PM

One wonders how long he stayed sober after killing his two kids??? I say all of 10 minutes.

Posted by: Aizlynne at January 14, 2009 1:47 PM

What a piece of garbage this guy is. Mind you the asshole judge & lawyers in this case are no better.

Posted by: OLV at January 14, 2009 1:48 PM

Me thinks we ladies need to give new meaning to the initials MADD. Mothers Against Drunk Daddies.

Posted by: Country Mamma at January 14, 2009 1:49 PM

I wonder if Himpe needs a babysitter?

Posted by: Gord G. at January 14, 2009 1:58 PM

Babysitters available ... apparently:
Staff members of anti-gang program arrested in Winnipeg

Posted by: rg at January 14, 2009 2:03 PM

Hark! The triumph of leftarded "justice" in reducing crime and upholding the fundamental tenants of justice!

Nothing says equality under the law like separate rules for racial groups!

Posted by: Warwick at January 14, 2009 2:10 PM

This is what I wrote at the blog you sent us to:

This is unexpected in the injustice system that has become our courts & Laws?
When certain groups are more equal than others with a tribalised society called multiculturalism. No one in this Country is Equal before the Law. Its all Identity politics with white guilt as the motor of this beast that is ravaging out communities by special treatment. Like in the CHRC's out right persecution with out any safeguards. Truth is no defense. Its all about image with privilege. To hell with the real victims, or equal justice for all.

Equality before the Courts is a fiction in the Canada's. It ranks right up with the health care system. One only has to have seen the vicious Judo phobic crowds that harassed our police to see how far favoritism by race or gender has gotten us. With the police so emasculated from sensitivity training to bogus human rights as opposed to real ones they have become craven. Caledonia anyone?

Posted by: Revnant Dream at January 14, 2009 2:11 PM
It could be worse. He might have been babysitting.


Posted by: Doug at January 14, 2009 2:18 PM

Falling off of the wagon is, in itself, no big deal. The guy is apparently a hopeless drunk BUT, it's my understanding that he has 51 priors - some of them (in addition to the deaths of his kids) serious. Seems to me that he's a fine candidate for incarceration "at Her Majesty's pleasure." Any lawyers out there who can comment on that?

Posted by: Zog at January 14, 2009 2:29 PM

Canadian Justice, don't you just love it? The way we forget all about the victims and concentrate on the criminals. The fact that 2 tiny little girls were frozen to death because of this man means nothing. Their death is not important. What is important is that he gets the trial he deserves, whatever is best for him. It is no wonder we have so much pride in being Canadian.

Posted by: Sean McAllister at January 14, 2009 2:30 PM

Countdown to Kinsella finding a way to mention his adopted Indian kid in 5... 4... 3...

Posted by: Kathy Shaidle at January 14, 2009 2:38 PM

Given the fact that Pauchay is guilty of committing the unspeakable crime of allowing his young daughters to freeze to death and was then given a "get out of jail free card" by the justice system, he probably feels somewhat invincible.

If the deaths of the girls and the long list of prior offences didn't earn Pauchay hard time, then this latest indiscretion will undoubtedly be ignored.

Posted by: biffjr. at January 14, 2009 2:42 PM

Actually Kate when a father is taking care of his own kids, it's referred to as "parenting", not babysitting.

Posted by: The Greek at January 14, 2009 3:27 PM

Tha senssining circle sssaayysss, another tray,............/....... an-may-i-fash."

Posted by: richfisher at January 14, 2009 4:06 PM

I'm shocked!

Posted by: Indiana Homez at January 14, 2009 4:39 PM

All Canadians must be subject to the same laws and the same justice system. It's wrong, period, to have one system of justice for the general population but, for some, special "justice" systems based on race, religion, etc.

Next thing you know, all kinds of "groups" based on whatever will be demanding their own special "justice" systems! Like, say, fundamentalist/radical Islamists who want Sharia Law... is it Canadian to throw rocks at people as punishment?

We must treat everyone the same, ensuring that everyone has exactly the same rights and that everyone, when they break the law, must be dealt with without regards to race, religion, whatever. Some will assert that certain groups may be "disadvantaged", therefore they need to be treated differently. Well, then, does this mean that the unemployed should be treated differently than those who make six figures a year when they break laws (kill your kids... if you make 100,000 a year, you get life, but if you're on EI, you get, what, a conditional sentence or perhaps a special esoteric system of "justice"?) Let's not get onto that slippery slope, for once we open that box, there's likely no putting back into it whatever flies, crawls or jumps out, plus they might multiply and mutate into things we really don't need at all.

The drunken daddy who irresponsibly took his kids out in dangerous conditions while incapacitated must not be let off the hook. To let him off the hook for any reason whatsoever would send the wrong message to others in his community, especially other daddies who like to have a few beers... or more than a few...

Posted by: The Canadian Sentinel at January 14, 2009 4:47 PM


""""Actually Kate when a father is taking care of his own kids, it's referred to as "parenting", not babysitting."""""""

if he had been PARENTING, we wouldn't be having this discussion!!!

Posted by: GYM at January 14, 2009 4:52 PM

In fairness the judge is not bound by the decision. The sentencing circle could work two ways, a softie or a hardie. If I were them I would find out about the judge and go the hard way. Sends a message about responsibility and the judge looks judicious and balanced.
Remember Mr. Pauchay does not believe in punishment, only forgiveness.

Posted by: Speedy at January 14, 2009 5:31 PM

GYM, exactly what I was thinking to the comment ...
Had he been a parent in the FIRST place those two girls would be alive.
Same for the mother she must have known that he was incapable of safety of even himself, never mind mere toddlers.

The lack of justice for these two little girls is certainly not important for our pro-criminal justice system.

This should be unacceptable.

Posted by: ldd at January 14, 2009 6:04 PM

This guy killed his kids. No excuses.
I don't care if he's an Indian or any other friggin' member of some so-called indentifiable group.
He committed the crime of infanticide and should be punished to the full extent of the law.
Case closed.

Posted by: Ralph at January 14, 2009 6:11 PM

What is "breach of undertaking"? What did the guy actually do?

Posted by: glasnost at January 14, 2009 6:27 PM

"breach of undertaking" - actually, he was training to be a mortician and was caught keeping his beer cold in the stiff fridge...

Posted by: Brian M. at January 14, 2009 7:19 PM

The judge hearing the request for a sentencing circle did not have the information regarding the Dec 14th alleged breach of undertaking. That is completely unacceptable. That could very well have caused the decision to go the other way. In light of these new allegations against this low-life another hearing should take place to re-examine the issue of a sentencing circle.

Posted by: a different bob at January 14, 2009 7:27 PM

First of all, has our Canadian justice system previously undertaken a sentencing circle for an offense that resulted in deaths?

Second of all, contemplate Sharia.

That’s all.

Posted by: glasnost at January 14, 2009 7:48 PM

First Kate - Congrats on the blog award. Well deserved and I am sure the Premier will be sending a nice note.

Second, you called this justice disgrace from the get go. A lot of cold crow being digested in the leftist holes tonight.

Posted by: The LS from SK at January 14, 2009 8:12 PM

It is terrible when children suffer.
There are far too many children being killed in GAZA, right now and the past 2 weeks if you happen to read the news.

Posted by: ml johnstone at January 14, 2009 8:47 PM

What is "breach of undertaking"?

Posted by: glasnost at January 14, 2009 6:27 PM

When you get arrested for something part of the release conditons (if any) may involve signing an undertaking (ie. no drinking, can't associate with certain people, can't go certain places, etc.) to get out of jail. If you break those release conditions (such as drinking) it is called breach of undertaking.

Posted by: The Glengarrian at January 14, 2009 9:00 PM

mi johnstone, tell that to the Muslims who are killing them. This is Canada and our concern is first of all for people here.

Posted by: Alain at January 14, 2009 9:01 PM

It is terrible when children suffer.
There are far too many children being killed in GAZA, right now and the past 2 weeks if you happen to read the news. ~ Posted by: ml johnstone at January 14, 2009 8:47 PM

So whose fault would that be ml?

Posted by: glasnost at January 14, 2009 9:09 PM

Can I surmise that the "breach of undertaking" will be considered at the sentencing circle?

Posted by: glasnost at January 14, 2009 9:20 PM

Can I surmise that the "breach of undertaking" will be considered at the sentencing circle?

Posted by: glasnost at January 14, 2009 9:20 PM

If it was you or I Glasnot we'd be back in the crowbar hotel for breach of undertaking (breaking the law). That's what happens or is suppose to happen to those who do. Except in this horrific miscarriage of justice.

Posted by: The Glengarrian at January 14, 2009 10:06 PM

This guys sentencing circle will be more like.
"eh buddy, buy a round eh?"

the whole reserve is a disaster

Posted by: cal2 at January 14, 2009 11:36 PM

Yesterday a judge sentenced a woman in Barrie On. to house arrest for committing infantancide on her baby daughter. One of the reasons he cited in his judgement for the lenient sentence was because he thought the mother wasn`t very bright.
So there it is----if you are going to kill your kids, you better be either native or stupid if you want to stay out of jail.

Posted by: William at January 14, 2009 11:38 PM

"Actually Kate when a father is taking care of his own kids, it's referred to as "parenting", not babysitting."

Actually The Greek he would now have to be babysitting since the last time he tried parenting his children died.

Posted by: Joe at January 14, 2009 11:42 PM


Every time I see him on the news he is smoking. Now he is out with buddies drinking in a bar. He is really living a simple life. Smoking, Drinking, Making babies, and killing them, WHO IS PAYING THE BILLS?

Lawrence Joseph, the chief of the FSIN is shockingly quiet on this matter. What's up Lawrence? No whites to sue with this one.

The RESERVATION SYSTEM is alive and well. Lets look at the Byproducts. Woman gives birth to baby in TOILET, Man KILLS his children by freezing them, Women by Cochin Sask. Kills 6 in drunk driving accident. These are just recent incidents, there are many more.

Somehow I feel this must be my fault, or my parents, or grandparents fault, or residential schools, or the policies of government, for sure the NDP, or Mr. Dressup must be to blame.

I just hope that when this man arrives at the PA PEN a group of hardened thugs give this BABY KILLER what he deserves, a big glass of WHOOPASS

Posted by: DJ at January 14, 2009 11:50 PM

I am torn as to whether I should be happy or not when I realized I'm the first to say "I told you so". It is in all reality something no one would want to say, but something we would certainly all expect, given the current state of "native affairs' in this country. The truth is that whatever we as a society/government have been doing to and for "Native Canadians" has not been working. That is an understatement. I'm sure we've all got ideas concerning what is the best direction to go, but I think that the best piece I've read lately comes courtesy of our freind Mark Steyn. I think he hits the nail right on the head. If you haven't read it, go here:
Maybe we should all send a copy to our MPs. It may not be pretty, it certainly ain't PC, and it just might get Steyn in trouble with the CHRC, but dammit... he's probably right.

Posted by: bethesdaguy at January 15, 2009 3:56 AM

"It is terrible when children suffer.
There are far too many children being killed in GAZA, right now and the past 2 weeks if you happen to read the news. ~ Posted by: ml johnstone at January 14, 2009 8:47 PM"

Join a discussion on the merits of a sentencing circle for a monster that apparently has no misgivings about the fact that his irresponsible actions resulted in the horrific death of two little girls and inject a cheap shot at Israel.

What is the parallel between the freezing death of two kids in Sask. and so-called "militants" cowering amongst civilians in the Middle East?

The common denominator escapes me.

Posted by: biffjr. at January 15, 2009 11:46 AM

c'mon, everybody knows the real root cause of crime... "cops".

"I hear they're gonna change the school motto to... 'We don'
need no steenkin' badges'."


Posted by: neo at January 15, 2009 1:58 PM