“Evidence is the absence of something” – Vincent Gircys
Vincent Gircys, a retired police officer of OPP, who has been speaking up about the mistakes made in Canada’s COVID-19 response over the past three years. As a former member of the police force for 32 years, he brings a unique perspective to the conversation.
Vincent highlights how Canada was founded on the supremacy of God and the Rule of Law, as stated in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. However, he raises concerns about the violations of the constitution and charter that have taken place during the pandemic.
In his impactful testimony, Vincent shares his experience at the beginning of the pandemic when he witnessed a restaurant being shut down by a team of 200 police officers and horses. He also discusses forensic investigative techniques that were ignored and should be implemented when investigating the COVID-19 response in Canada.
Vincent is the Canadian representative of Police for Freedom International. His story is an important one, and I encourage you to listen to his testimony. Let’s continue to have open and honest conversations about the pandemic response in Canada.