Sunday, October 02, 2011

Truther Crime Blotter

At least this time it wasn't for murder or statutory rape.

Darren Pearson says he had a swell time Monday night, pushing around police officers and intimidating patrons of the Vancouver Club, each of whom had paid $500 to hear former U.S. vice president Dick Cheney speak. “It was so much fun,” Mr. Pearson said from his home Wednesday. “I can’t tell you how much fun I had. I was laughing my ass off, jumping into that mosh pit.”

And the hapless Vancouver Club employee, whom Mr. Pearson is accused of assaulting with a chokehold? Well, whatever. Mr. Pearson isn’t about to make amends, much less apologize to the man who received minor injuries. Mr. Pearson admits he is the 51-year-old male whom Vancouver police arrested and charged after his alleged attack on the employee Monday night. But he isn’t prepared to discuss that in detail; he’s waiting to speak to a lawyer before his initial court appearance, still to be scheduled.

Monday’s arrest was not the first for Mr. Pearson, a conspiracy nut and founder of the Vancouver 9/11 Truth Society.


At 02 October, 2011 16:42, Blogger Len said...

Islanders face drug charges
February 7, 2007 2:12 PM

Eight islanders arrested in a Northern BC drug trafficking investigation made their first appearance in court this week. The following appeared in court in Queen Charlotte Tuesday Feb. 6:

Charged with with trafficking in a controlled substance are Richard L. Aiken (two counts), Darcy J. Pearson, Darren V. Pearson, Jennifer C. Pelletier and Glenn R. Pollard (two counts). The following appeared on charges of possession for purpose of trafficking: Douglas R. Crosby, Darren V. Pearson, Darcy J. Pearson (two counts). Darren V. Pearson and Darcy J. Pearson were also charged with possession of a controlled substance. In Masset, two men were scheduled to appear in court, Greg Brown and Gwungai Brown. Both were charged with trafficking in a controlled substance, with Gwungai Brown facing two counts.

Masset RCMP reported a few weeks ago that four people faced drug related charges as a result of the investigation. Corporal Bob Isaacs say that charges for the other two are still pending.

No guarantee it's the same guy but how many Darren Pearsons aith arrest records can there be in British Columbia. This also fits with him being vauge about how he makes his money.

At 04 October, 2011 23:02, Blogger Pat said...

Len, did some digging; apparently the bust was for cocaine distribution and Pearson got off due to a technicality; there was such a delay that the judge ruled he'd been denied a speedy trial.

Can't say whether he's the same guy, but I did find he has another source of income: selling Truther DVDs and tee shirts.

At 05 October, 2011 05:34, Blogger Garry said...

Pat, I thought you'd be interested to know (if you didn't already) who one of Kevin Barrett's recent interviewees was:


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