Saturday, May 15, 2021

Gang of Vancouver cops arrest retired judge for "officer safety"

Vancouver cops have apologized after 5 uniformed Nazi mistakenly detained and handcuffed well-known retired judge Selwyn Romilly on Friday. Selwyn Romilly was the first Black man named to the B.C. Supreme Court. Romilly was walking on the seawall when he was approached by cops looking for a suspect who had been yelling and screaming. The oinkers told Romilly he matched the description of the suspect, and placed him in handcuffs for “officer safety.” The suspect was described as a 40-50 year-old dark-skinned man; Romilly is 81.
Infamous VPD cops #3066 and #3108 Romilly was born in Trinidad and Tobago and came to Vancouver to study at UBC, where he graduated in 1966. He was appointed as a judge in 1974, and in 1995 was elevated to the B.C. Supreme Court. The retired judge had a long and distinguished career and is highly respected. "They didn’t ask me my name or questions. They put the handcuffs on in indecent haste.” Romilly said he was upset and embarrassed but that the handcuffs didn’t stay on for long. “I told them I was a retired Supreme Court judge. I don’t know whether that made them have second thoughts.”