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Robin Hutchinson hates Covfefe

20190910-1357PDT Robin Hutchinson to Isaac

From: Robin Hutchinson
Re: OIPC F19-79448
On: 2019Sep10 at 1357PDT
To: Isaac

September 10, 2019
Sent via: Email
Dear Isaac Bonhillier:
I am writing in response to the various inappropriate emails you have sent to this office. I am providing some quotes as examples:

  • On September 4, 2019 at 11.37 am, you wrote in an email to me: “…As you know, Ms. Hutchinson was until recently a Loss Prevention Officer with the same rogue state I'm going after...”
  • On September 5, 2019 at 1:48 pm, you wrote in an email to me and included a cc: address using my name “Robin Hutchinson Investigation <” 

 I find that creating an email address with my name in it and the word “kill” and suggesting that I am part of an entity that you are “going after…” to be threatening communications.   
The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) considers this type of behaviour to be inappropriate and it must stop.  If you continue to behave in this way or any other way that our office considers to be inappropriate, we will impose restrictions on your contact with this office.  
The OIPC does not accept inappropriate behaviour in communications with our office.  I will not be proceeding your file review further until you confirm to me in writing that you will stop communicating inappropriately with me or any other person in this office who processes your files.
If we do not receive this commitment by September 20, 2019, your access to this office will be suspended and we will no longer respond to any of your communications going forward.

20190910-1357PDT Robin Hutchinson to Isaac



20190904-1137PDT Isaac to Robin Hutchinson

From: Isaac
Re: OIPC File review F19-79448
On: 2019Sep04 at 1137PDT
To: Robin Hutchinson, Michael McEvoy
Cc: Isaac, Kathy Baker
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This one popped out as addressing your unwillingness to cooperate. This email is from May 30th, 2019, and was directly in reference to the excessive redaction and the format of disclosure. More coming, but I'll bury you with files from the record. Please confirm receipt of this, Mr McEvoy. Have you been able to find someone to handle the file who does not have a Conflict of Interest? As you know, Ms Hutchinson was until recently a Loss Prevention Officer with the same rogue state I'm going after...

FOI19006  Krisna Phosy Response to Follow Up Emails re Electronic Disclosure20190904-1137PDT Isaac to Robin Hutchinson.jpg

20190905-1348PDT Isaac to OIPCBC

From: Isaac
Re: OIPC File F19-79448 - Island Health  —> Covfefe Operation     (Cc Covfefe Operations )
On: 2019Sep05 at 1348EDT
To: Michael McEvoy, Kathy Baker, Robin Hutchinson
Cc: Isaac, Robin Hutchinson Investigation, BC Ombudsperson

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Dear Mr McEvoy and Ms Hutchinson,


Ms Hutchinson is trying to modify or otherwise alter the agreement of service. Is that even legal, or do you suggest I take it to Small Claims in Victoria, BC? She's evidently seeking personal responsibility for her actions or inaction, and I don't think we have the time to wait for an audit. A person is being denied competent healthcare, and Ms Hutchinson is acting as a veritable co-conspirator in the persecution of a frail old lady. Is this something which you encourage in your office, that your "investigators" just drag things out until the applicant dies from denial of adequate medical services?

Your intake officer Kathy Baker, confirmed that the request is for "..a review of the redaction/severing of some of the requested records and that you want to file a complaint that the public body has not provided these records in an electronic format." Then months later, while doing a routine verification and personnel background, I am told by Ms Hutchinson that she will NOT be dealing with the refusal to disclosure the full and complete record in electronic format, as I originally requested and as your office confirms is my right:
    F09-18-MS Reporter Requests Electronic Records, Gets Paper Response

So, unless the request is being tasked to two individuals, she's made an error, just another error. She does not have the authority to pick and choose what parts of the request she is going to honour. That's above her pay grade, something Mr McEvoy can do I'm sure, but there will be a lot of scrutiny as to WHY your office is dishonouring its commitments and flat-out lying or being otherwise deceptive. And can you please confirm that Ms Hutchinson formerly worked as an Investigator for Prevention and Loss Management Services at Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation, but was subsequently promoted laterally due to sub-par performance, which resulted in her placement at the OIPC under Mr McEvoy's compassionate tutelage. Has she received sufficient retraining that she isn't going to be fired from here, too?

May we request her CV and a good photo/bio for our article extolling the virtues of a fresh new face at the OIPC? Please advise,

Isaac, Solutions Architect with Henry Case (ON)
Internet Security, Operations and Intelligence
Tel:        +1 716-608-3531

Cc:        Covfefe Operations


20190905-1348PDT Isaac to OIPCBC

Now, I'm sorry if you're inconvenienced by the length of this post, but I am fully cognizant that context matters, but I've recently had to deal with shit like this when Timothy Wedge of Carfra Lawton LLP had me served with a Notice of Claim at 1543EDT on June 22, 2019.

I gently cautioned and warned him about the recent Anti-SLAPP legislation that was passed by the Legislature of British Columbia, and that proceeding after being notified about the fact that SLAPP lawsuits are not only in a total grey-zone, the fact that our publication is in the Public Interest, and that as per the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Division 4,

  • "Whether or not a request for access is made, the head of a public body must, without delay, disclose to the public, to an affected group of people or to an applicant, information
    • about a risk of significant harm to the environment or to the health or safety of the public or a group of people, or
    • the disclosure of which is, for any other reason, clearly in the public interest."

So, we've shifty/shady ShitEater 2.0 trying to bully us into compliance, threatening that unless I verify that her interpretation of various emails to be "inappropriate" and that rather than threatening to drag me into court, Ms Robin Hutchinson just makes a threat to blockade our investigation into the fact that certain doctors within Royal Jubilee Hospital are eagerly prescribing medication which Health Canada has prohibited for prescription, to a specific class of patients, Risperidone.

The stupid old farts at the Royal Jubilee Hospital (and many other GeriPsy units in VIHA, reportedly) are prescribing Risperidone like candy, by the fistful, in order to make patients more docile, so they become like lambs to the slaughter.

Patient H has severe asthma, which late in life, is often linked with Vascular Dementia because the aging brain is less able to recover from the oxygen starvation which comes with not being able to breathe. Take for instance the stupid, fully licensed and fully insured, Dr Jean Mavoureen Maskey, MD when she just casually prescribes Risperidone for Patient H to make sure she takes "..if you hear the neighbours making noise."

Canada is a single-party consent jurisdiction for the making of any recordings or wiretaps, so what Dr Maske parrots is pure and utter bunk. Watch the video and see how she tries to bully an old lady and prevents her family from advocating for her, and actually admits to the forcible medication of this patient with Risperidone, and tries to bully the patient into consuming a dangerous substance "if you hear the neighbours making noise".


Anonymous (not verified), Sun, 12/27/2020 - 22:00
Bon-Hillier was a familiar face to some of the officers during a June 26 demonstration at College and University, south of the Legislature. Three years ago, he was involved in a serious car accident in British Columbia and suffered a traumatic brain injury which caused his personality to change, leaving him prone to periodic violent outbursts.

He has been accused of uttering threats and, last year, Justice David Brown of Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice concluded Bon-Hillier was a security risk and that his conduct was “tantamount to stalking” when he showed up in the judge’s courtroom on a day when his case was not scheduled to be heard.