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CONVICTED KILLER RELEASED ON BAIL AGAIN
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CONVICTED KILLER RELEASED ON BAIL AGAIN

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  July 13, 2022 (LSNews)  A 35 year old MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY appeared by video from the Thunder Bay Correctional Center today, Tuesday July 12,2022 before Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods for a bail hearing.

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY was born and raised on the Wunnumin 1 Indian Reserve.

Despite having a very lengthy & violent criminal record with a history of breaching court orders, Justice of the Peace Jerry Woods ordered KEEWASIN-GLIDDY to be released again on bail with conditions:

  • -no drugs or alcohol
  • -10pm to 7am curfew
  • -no weapons
  • -no contact with victim
  • -stay 200 meters away from victim and 650 Sherrington Drive
  • -report address to Thunder Bay Police within 12 hours
  • -report every Friday to Thunder Bay Police

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY has another court appearance on August 29,2022

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis and his buddies at TBLAZYWATCH are refusing to warn the public about a violent convicted killer on the streets of Thunder Bay

READ MORE ON MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY BELOW CONVICTED

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CONVICTED KILLER WANTED ON WARRANTS ARRESTED BY TBPS

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December 16,2021

CONVICTED KILLER RELEASED ON TIME SERVED FOR PROBATION VIOLATION

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS & HIS TBLAZYWATCH BUDDIES REFUSE TO TELL PUBLIC

A woman with a long & violent criminal history was sentenced to time served this afternoon, Thursday December 16,2021 and released from the Thunder Bay Correctional Center after 13 days in custody.

A 34 year old MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY plead guilty to breach of probation before His Honour, Justice Vince Scaramuzza and was sentenced to time served of 20 days. She served 13 actual days which was enhanced to 20 days.

She’s being released immediately and remains on probation until November 2022

READ MORE ON MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY BELOW

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December 4,2021

WANTED CONVICTED KILLER ARRESTED ON WARRANT BY THUNDER BAY POLICE

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS FAILS TO TELL THE PUBLIC AGAIN

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers arrested a woman wanted on a warrant yesterday, Friday December 3,2021

Despite being a wanted violent woman, TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis chose not to tell the public about this. Public safety doesn’t seem to be a concern of his.

A 34 year old MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY was arrested for breach of probation.

It’s alleged that she was recently sentenced again to probation and never reported

MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY spent the night in custody at Balmoral Police Station and appeared by zoom in Thunder Bay Bail Court today, Saturday December 4,2021

Provincial Crown Attorney Bruce Sosa cites KEEWASIN-GLIDDY’S extensive criminal record of violence and will not consent to her release.

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY is remanded into custody at the Thunder Bay Correctional Center

READ MORE ON MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY BELOW

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November 6,2020

HARDWORKING TBPS OFFICERS ARREST VIOLENT CONVICTED KILLER AGAIN

THE LAZY DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS FAILS TO WARN THE PUBLIC AGAIN

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers arrested a 33 year old MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY last evening, Thursday November 5,2020

MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY was criminally charged with breaching 2 probation orders for contacting a victim of her violence.

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY has an outstanding charge of assault for attacking her victim since she got released from jail.

She spent the night in a jail cell at Balmoral Police Station and appeared by phone in Bail Court this morning, Friday November 6,2020 before Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Denette Ellard.

Provincial Crown Attorney Natasha Jerome would not consent to the release of KEEWASIN-GLIDDY.

She has been remanded into custody at the Thunder Bay Correctional Center. She has another court appearance on Tuesday November 10,2020. Her lawyer Gilbert Labine did not phone in for court.

As per usual practice, the incredibly lazy Director of Communications at TBPS and his TBLAZYWATCH buddies Dildo Doug & Lazy Leith aren’t telling the public about this

Read more about KEEWASIN-GLIDDY below

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September 4,2020

VIOLENT CONVICTED KILLER SENTENCED FOR MULTIPLE ASSAULTS IN THUNDER BAY

“AN AWFUL, AWFUL CRIMINAL RECORD”-Justice Frank Valente

THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS NEVER TOLD THE PUBLIC THAT A VIOLENT KILLER WAS RELEASED IN THE CITY OR ARRESTED MULTIPLE TIMES FOR VIOLENCE.

LOCAL TAXPAYER SUBSIDIZED NEWS IS ALSO REFUSING TO INFORM THE PUBLIC OF THIS VERY VIOLENT OFFENDER WHO WILL BE RELEASED IN 34 DAYS.

DILDO DOUG, LAZY LEITH, BUMBLING BARRY & THE CBC ARE ALL REFUSING TO TELL THE PUBLIC ABOUT THIS VIOLENT KILLER IN THE CITY

A 33 year old MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY appeared by audio today, Friday September 4,2020 from the Thunder Bay Correctional Center to plead guilty to several offences of violence.

THIS VIOLENT WOMAN STANDS 5’3” TALL & WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 160 POUNDS

Justice Frank Valente is presiding. Provincial Crown Attorney Lu Zhou & defence lawyer Gilbert Labine are also on the line with a joint submission.

MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY is pleading guilty to several charges as part of the deal and several will be withdrawn.

ADMITTED FACTS

May 2,2020

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY was yelling at a man she was having sex with in exchange for liquor and a place to stay. She was yelling at him that he owed her money. She punched him 4 times in the head. When he fled, she pursued him to knee him in the face. She took his wallet & keys. KEEWASIN-GLIDDY then left telling the man that she would come back to “finish him off” if he didn’t have her money. She was later arrested by hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers. But the Director of Communications at TBPS never told the public about this.

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY is guilty of:

-assault

-theft under $5000

She was released by bail court and ordered not to contact her victim.

JUNE 17,2020

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY goes by her victim’s home and is yelling at him from outside. Thunder Bay Police arrive to arrest her. She was released again by Bail Court. But the Director Of Communications at TBPS never told the public about this again

She is guilty of:

-breaching conditions of a release order

JUNE 21,2020

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY shows up inside the victim’s apartment while he is sleeping and begins punching him in the head while he sleeps. He awakens and manages to get her out of the apartment. Thunder Bay Police arrive to arrest her. She spends a few days in jail before being released again. But the Director Of Communications at TBPS never told the public about this.

She is guilty of:

-assault

-breach of probation order

JULY 21,2020

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY shows up at victim’s place at 3am and begins banging on his door and yelling. Thunder Bay Police arrive and arrest her. She is not released from custody this time. And still, the Director Of Communications at TBPS never told the public about this

She is guilty of:

-breaching a release order.

SENTENCING SUBMISSION & GLADUE FACTORS

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY was born and raised on the Wunnumin 1 Indian Reserve.

-At 3 years of age, she was sexually assaulted by a family member

-At 7 years of age, she began to drink alcohol.

-At 9 years years of age, she began using drugs.

Her father left her when she was young and she spent 6 years in foster care from 12-18 years old.

She is a homeless & violent woman.

She has spent a total of 66 days in custody which is enhanced to 99 days.

The global sentence submission is for 5 months custody plus probation. This means she will have 51 days going forward to serve. She will be statutorily released in 34 days. A 10 year weapons prohibition and a DNA order are also part of the submission to His Honour Valente.

HIS HONOUR’S DECISION

Justice Frank Valente asks KEEWASIN-GLIDDY if she has anything to say. She declines to address the court. His Honour is reviewing her very violent and lengthy criminal record.

She has 7 assaults of various kinds including aggravated, with a weapon, on a Police Officer.

The most significant crime on her criminal record is a manslaughter conviction.

KEEWASIN-GLIDDY has 8 breaches of court orders.

Failing to attend court and parole violations are also on her criminal record.

His Honour refers to her criminal record, using adjectives such as “breathtaking” & “awful, awful”.

Nonetheless, Justice Valente accepts the joint submission. KEEWASIN-GLIDDY will be released on the streets of Thunder Bay in early October as a homeless woman.

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MORE ON MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY BELOW

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DECISION ON THE MAY 9,2009 BEATING DEATH OF BARBARA LOON IN SIOUX LOOKOUT

MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY FOUND GUILTY IN THE VICIOUS BOOT STOMPING OF BARBARA LOON AT SUTTON PLACE APT 209 AFTER A MULTI DAY DRINKING BINGE

Read decision on link below.

https://www.canlii.org/.../2010onsc6298/2010onsc6298.html...

MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY WAS SENTENCED TO 3.5 YEARS IN ADDITION TO THE 16 MONTHS OF TIME SERVED. See that decision in link below

https://www.canlii.org/.../2011onsc1854/2011onsc1854.html...

THE KINGSTON STABBING

On Monday March 23,2015 MARY MADELINE KEEWASIN-GLIDDY pleaded guilty in Kingston’s Ontario Court of Justice to a single count of aggravated assault on a 35-year-old man and was sentenced to three years in penitentiary, in addition to 33 days she’d already spent in pretrial custody. She was also placed under a lifetime weapons ban.

The Provincial Crown Attorney told the judge there was a gathering of people on the evening of February 15,2020 in the apartment where the stabbing took place, and alcohol and possibly drugs were involved.

The Crown also suggested that KEEWASIN-GLIDDY and the man she stabbed had been involved in “some sort of relationship.”

That night, he said, she’d been arguing with the man and another male guest and at some point pulled a jack-knife out of her waistband and waved it around.

One of the two men was in the bathroom at the time of the attack, according to the Crown Attorney, and the 35 year old victim was just about to enter when KEEWASIN-GLIDDY suddenly stabbed him in the lower back. He turned and fended off a second strike at his chest with his forearm, suffering a slash just below his elbow that later required 28 stitches to close.

The Crown said the original occupant of the bathroom then joined in, putting KEEWASIN-GLIDDY on the ground and disarming her.

Hardworking Kingston Police responded to the disturbance around 5 am, arresting her, and she’s remained in custody since then.

The Crown said neither of the victim’s wounds was life threatening and the puncture in his lower back was closed with seven stitches.

Defence lawyer Dave Sinnett pointed out that his client “has an unfortunate background.” She grew up on the Wunnumin Indian Reserve and Sinnett told the judge both of her parents were alcoholics and she was subjected to violence “at a very young age.”

The judge could not, however, ignore her 2010 manslaughter conviction arising out of the 2009 beating death of another native woman in Sioux Lookout following an extended drinking binge.

At the time of her sentencing on the manslaughter, in February 2011, her trial judge, Superior Court Justice E.W. Stach, described her as “a troubled young woman,” and accepted a diagnosis that she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.

But he also commented, in his reasons for sentence, that on her record for violence at age 24 she had five prior convictions for violent assaults and multiple convictions for breaching court orders.

Only a month after she was sent to Kingston in 2014, she went missing for several hours from Joyce Detweiler House and returned smelling of alcohol in violation of a condition imposed by the National Parole Board. That absence drew the equivalent of a 45-day jail sentence, although her lawyer suggested that coming from a small community, she’d simply been overwhelmed.

Alcohol is the connecting factor, however.

There was excessive alcohol consumption involved in the death of KEEWASIN-GLIDDY’S 2009 victim. In that instance, Justice Stach found that her repeated kicking of the other woman’s head was “a significant contributing cause in her death,” and that it occurred when the victim, a chronic alcoholic, “was prone and defenceless.” He also observed it was “worrisome” that “MARY KEEWASIN-GLIDDY did not stop until someone restrained her.”

“Regrettably,” Justice Stach noted at the time, “MARY KEEWASIN-GLIDDY has a considerable background of using quite significant violence toward others in response to a relatively low level of provocation.”

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DESPITE KNOWING THAT A VIOLENT KILLER WAS LIVING IN THUNDER BAY AND BEING ARRESTED MULTIPLE TIMES FOR VIOLENT OFFENCES, THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS & HIS LAZY TAXPAYER SUBSIDIZED MEDIA BUDDIES NEVER TOLD THE PUBLIC. They just don’t give a damn about public safety. They care only about receiving taxpayer dollars.

Hiring an ad salesman from TBLAZYWATCH to Direct Communications at TBPS has been a complete failure for years. Police Chief Hauth and the Police Services Board do nothing about it. Remember that at the next election

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