Cornwall Ontario Mayor Bob Kilger Tries to Flee Before He & City Served in Panic Button Lawsuit via CFN

Cornwall Ontario Mayor Bob Kilger Tries to Flee Before He & City Served in Panic Button Lawsuit via CFN

Served - May 13 - 2013CFN – Am I really that imposing?  I’ve known Cornwall Ontario Mayor Bob Kilger for over four years now.  He was our first guest on Seaway Radio and of course I have to admit that I endorsed him in the last election.   He knows I’ve never been charged with any crime much less convicted of one and all I had in my hands were two bundles of paper?

Tonight I served him and the City of Cornwall as CFN has issued suit over the incident and ramifications from the meeting where he panicked and hit a button drawing seven armed police officers to remove me from the council chamber because he didn’t like the t shirt I was wearing; one he couldn’t see and mistook for another CFN designer shirt.

The usual in camera/rehearsal council meeting had run late and the mayor and clerk were still seated as the doors opened.     I simply walked to the mayor who mumbled something and tried to flee to the safety of his office; but he and the clerk were served before the meeting started.  I guess Claude McIntosh was wrong about the Mayor being a stand up guy?

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left wing
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Jamie, can you explain what & why, you served the Mayor last night ? I’m a little confused ! Tks……

Eric
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Is the Cornwall flag upside down as in an international sign of distress?

Local Guy
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Could you post a copy of the court papers?

Jason
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Jamie… grow up… you’re antics are a joke, it is fairly obvious that the Mayor has the right to ask you to leave if he fines your shirt offensive. Be professional and play the part… a professional who wants to be taken seriously doesn’t wear ridiculousness on a t-shirt …he wears a tie and appropriate attire for said meeting.

stavs17
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In my opinion I think what you did took a lot of guts.
My hat’s off to you.
I just think you caught them off guard.
The next time they will be ready for something like this.
Don’t forget they have a slew of lawyer’s and crown attorney’s
to fall back on.
If there was no law for what you did! there will be now.

jules
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LOL LOL. This is genius work Jamie – I love it. This would make some movie with Jamie the journalist serving Boss Hogg papers. It would be something to make the movie with Fossoli’s Barney Fife PD escorting Jamie out of the “chambers of deceipt and lies” and Boss Hogg hitting the panic button and all. This is hiliarious indeed. LOL LOL. This made my day as well.

jules
Guest

LOL LOL. This is a good one to see Jamie serving Boss Hogg papers after Boss Hogg pressed the panic button and in comes 7 of the Barney Fife PD coming in baffled and looking mighty strange and wondering what had happened in Fossoli’s “chamber of deceipt and lies”. This made my day again with laughter.

GoHabsGo
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Maybe mayor Killroy was trying to keep up with toronto joke mayor rob ford..did u notice anything in his hand jamie???

Minutes after Mayor Rob Ford arrived at a contentious community council meeting in Etobicoke on Tuesday evening, he bolted out of his seat, sprinted up an aisle, and left the building — to wander around the parking lot and slap “Rob Ford Mayor” fridge magnets on the doors of cars.

GoHabsGo
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It’s amazing to me…Canada’s biggest newspaper Toronto Star covers everything mayor rob ford does…the good..the bad..and the truly ugly

People keep slamming Jamie and CFN but he at least covers all sides of the story..even if you don’t agree with him.

Not sure of the marching orders at standard freeholder but the few reporters they have…seem to ignore everything but the “Press Release” type of news coming out of the increasing more bizarre cornwall city council.

We choose, just to ignore the waterhole/scribbler, because it is so obvious he is already…lets say…in the TANK for his buddy bobby

jules
Guest
You cannot compare Fossoli’s “toilet paper of record” that is as outdated as the horse and buggy to Toronto’s Star or Globe and Mail or anything else. Fossoli is so mighty far behind the times that when we go down there it is like going back in the 17 and 18th century. Fossoli is so dead that during the Great Depression of the 1930’s it was much more alive than what it is today which shows you how backward it went. Fossoli is the right name indeed – it is like a population so dead that only fossils are left… Read more »
mariah
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This made my day Jamie your a genuis! maybe we will have seen the last of this scoundrel, he should be arrested & locked in a cell with Laval mayor…my hat is off to you Sir!!!

stellabystarlight
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In all fairness…..

What would the normal reaction be, if while chairing a meeting, someone walked in wearing a degrading t-shirt which singles out a certain individual. It just doesn’t seem proper. It’s disturbing for all involved and humiliating.

Spirit Bear
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Good one Jamie. Now only if someone at Akwesasne would do the same. It takes a lot of courage to go up against elected officials. You are one brave guy. Kudos to you.

jules
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Spirit Bear it doesn’t take much to go up against elected officials. When you want to do something you can. I admire Jamie for what he does and he exposes the corruption going on in Fossoli. I wish that there were plenty of others who would stand up the way he did. Maybe many condone him for the type of shirt he wore but he was showing Bare Ass just what kind of an individual that he is. I was reading on yahoo.ca news this evening where Harper is in trouble and that his cabinet is corrupt as well. We… Read more »
Anon
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“stellabystarlight
May 15, 2013 at 6:39 pm
In all fairness…..

What would the normal reaction be, if while chairing a meeting, someone walked in wearing a degrading t-shirt which singles out a certain individual. It just doesn’t seem proper. It’s disturbing for all involved and humiliating.”

Nothing illegal about it. The people have a right to protest. This is about as non disturbing as anything else and the mayor should have had thicker skin. It is the mayor that abused his power in hitting that button. No one else.

I find your stomping on the anglos to be much more disturbing.

Reg Coffey
Member

You mean lack or no grasp of decorum don’t you?

jules
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Bare Ass reminds me of the wacky mayor that Toronto once had the one that brought in the army to shovel the streets of Toronto when a snow storm happened and they were the laugh of the country. Mayor Lastman that is. Now Ford is another strange character and Fossoli has Kilroy. LOL LOL. ROLF! It never seizes to amaze us of all the clowns and rip offs and corrupt liars and cheats that we have nowadays and wonder why the government is in big trouble.

Newsworthy
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What was very disturbing besides the obvious gall from the Mayor removing a reporter, was the fact that all council members sat still like sheep! No one from council stood for Jamie or the principal of free speech and free expression. Shame on them, the entire group of them should be asked to step down on a lack of confidence vote. No wonder people are leaving the city in droves.

lisa
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Here in Kingston catching all CFN news because they are the only newspaper to print both sides of a story,people are laughing at Cornwall with the crazed antics of your mayor,he needs to step down or be pushed,why do your citizens put up with his B S It,s their city he is destroying too. Sounds like your mayor also has the police dept in his pocket as well,as well as your councilors….don,t they think for themselves!!! this is their careers although most look like they should have been put out to pasture a few years back.Anyway CFN keep up the… Read more »
jules
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Fossoli that you call Cornwall has been the laughing stock for more years than I can recall. I remember back in the year 1976 I was working in the government tower at Billings Bridge and we had a young girl helping during the summer from Carleton University. Her boyfriend came up to get her since they were going somewhere and when they found out that I was from Fossoli the jokes and laugher rang out in our unit. I laughed and joked along with them and told them all that they were right in what they were coming out with.… Read more »
jules
Guest
The only way that Fossoli is going to change is when the people themselves change. You cannot continue to have that Boss Hogg mentality and let yourselves be tramped on by the likes of Bare Ass and all his crooks. You as a person has to stand up for your rights. You have to get the crooks out of office and keep them out and there is only one way to do that. The entire system is crooked and both Bare Ass and Guy Lauzon have been subjugated for a long while about the crooked activities in the federal government… Read more »
amazed
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I am amazed the Bare Ass thinks he can order people to wear clothes he approves. What is he, everybody’s father?

Hailey Brown
Guest

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It’s not what you wear it’s what you do?
Does that really make sense, it was you who chose to wear that shirt therefore it was your choice to make a statement.

You are therefore responsible for your actions and what you do.

Highlander
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Anon
May 16, 2013 at 9:39 am

“I find your stomping on the anglos to be much more disturbing.”

True ,very ethnocentric ,she advocates for pure laine ,a separatist in sheep’s clothing.

David Oldham
Guest
What I find rather amusing ADMIN is that when someone is roasted the jokes often are very borderline offensive all in the name of comedy with the ultimate goal being to honour not to put them down. In the game of politics, politicians readily acknowledge that they become targets on a number of levels. They may be laughed at, ridiculed or satirized and they accept it as part of the reality of public life. They may not like some of the representations but that is a personal observation or opinion and not necessarily a breach of any law. My opinion… Read more »
mariah
Guest
I agree that changes need to be made at the ordinary citizen level If they truly know & believe that corruption is at an all time high & needs to stop. How to stop it ? It won,t happen from your couch!!! Get going to council meetings,get involved.We must all wake up & help the few who are brave enough to have rallies & get their message out there.If you are not going to be part of the solution then by golly you also are part of the problem.Jamie is doing an excellent job of unveiling the corruptions going on… Read more »
jules
Guest
“If you are not part of the solution then you are part of the problem” as the saying goes and how true. The vast majority of people do not get involved in anything whether politics or getting in clubs in the community to make the community a better place. I read somewhere on CFN that a man came from some other town and when he tried to say something to better the club someone told him that the one running it would not let him have his say. This is what Cornwall – Fossoli is all about you have no… Read more »