JULIE SNYDER AND DETECTIVES (PART 4)

July 15, 2016


Julie Snyder won in his fight against the detectives as the judge ordered to divulgue the client name that ordered the monitoring of Julie, while prohibiting the agency to resume its spinning The detective agency can appeal the decision but the unveiling of the secret name must be within 48 hours to Julie lawyers. 
Does the public will also know the name? Nothing in the verdict said about providing this information to the general public… but any secret is rarely a long secret. 
SEE REPORT LA PRESSE;

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THE TRAGIC FATE OF STÉPHANE VENNE

July 15, 2016


By Bernard Bujold (Text written July 14, 2016) – 
STÉPHANE VENNE (40) has a destiny very dramatic… 
He and his father (70 years) operated a farm (lettuce and other small vegetables) north of Montreal at Assomption village. Stéphane was also a recognized collector of autographs who attended concerts, sporting events and other events with stars people.  
On July 1, 2014, as he prepared to go to attend an event, he and his father (intoxicated by alcohol and verbally abusive to his son) quarreled. The father wanted the son to remain on the farm to help collecting the vegetables of the season… The father would have taken his son by the throat and the son decided to leave in his car, when the fatal accident happened. 
The drama, in addition of course to the death of the father, is Stéphane’s new life from July 2. It’s like a thriller. His whole life was transformed when he was jailed. 
He was one of my links on Facebook where he showed off his passion for Quebec and international stars (song, sport, politicians, etc). His page is still online, much like an abandoned house suddenly without notice with comments and pictures frozen in time. 
Stephen has been in prison since July 2, 2014 and his sentence is valid for the next six and a half years… Good luck to him!
SEE TEXT WEEKLY LOCAL; 
FACEBOOK PAGE STEPHANE VENNE;


JULIE SNYDER AND DETECTIVES (PART 3)

July 14, 2016


By Bernard Bujold – 
The curious can go for coffee because the client name who paid a secret detective to monitor Julie Snyder will probably never be revealed to the public… 
Indeed, after appearances before a judge on Wednesday 13 July, the lawyers of both parties (Julie and the detective) requested an adjournment to negotiate a settlement out of court but with a clause of nondisclosure… 
Both side will return before the judge on Thursday July 14 to finalize the agreement, if there is no further fight by then! 
Photo 1: Julie Snyder;
Photo 2: A curious and his coffee …;
See story The Gazette;


JULIE SNYDER AND DETECTIVES (PART 2)

July 12, 2016


BY BERNARD BUJOLD – 
Julie Snyder identified his famous “secret” detective but not the one who ordered the spinning! Another detective office recognized the secret detective’s cap from photos taken on site at the airport by the manager of the airline. 
Julie Snyder’s lawyer submitted a formal request to Justice for an injunction forcing the detective to reveal the name of his client. The decision should be made by a judge in the next few days. 
According to detectives interviewed, a good detective will be discovered in only 1% or 2% of cases, but it happens! Julie was lucky and the client unlucky!
To be continued… 
Photo 1: secret detective;
Photo 2: Julie Snyder;
SEE REPORT LA PRESSE;


THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE YOUNG BLACK WOMAN OF BATON ROUGE

July 11, 2016


By Bernard Bujold – This unique and very well-timed photo of a young black woman’s arrest in Baton Rouge quickly went viral all around the world and become a world powerful symbol on all social medias. This picture will also probably make history! 
Picture 1 and 2: Ieshia Evans by Jonathan Bachman (Reuters);
SEE STORY THE WASHINGTON POST;


GARDEN UMBRELLAS

July 10, 2016


GARDEN UMBRELLAS – A place to take refuge during rainy days. 
We must also always remember that after the rain comes the sun… 
See photo album


THE INDEPENDENCE DAY – FOURTH OF JULY 2016

July 4, 2016


INDEPENDENCE DAY – FOURTH OF JULY 2016 
Best wishes to our American neighbours of the United States on this day of July 4, 2016. Independence Day of the United States, also referred to as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, by the Congress declaring that the thirteen American colonies regarded themselves as a new nation, the United States of America, and no longer part of the British Empire!
Picture 1: American Flag;
Picture 2: Statue of Liberty;
Picture 3: Mel Gibson THE PATRIOT (2000);
Picture 4: DONALD TRUMP;
Picture 5: LeStudio1 car race;
SEE HISTORY OF UNITED STATES;