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Update and Apology: Ghosts of Christmas Past: Bans and Arrests issued by City of Mississauga Corporate Security on Christmas Days 2006 to 2012

December 25th, 2013  

UPDATE: December 29, 2013

Please be advised that I have removed the content of my December 25, 2013  blog, “Ghosts of Christmas Past: Bans and Arrests issued by City of Mississauga Corporate Security on Christmas Days 2006 to 2012”.

While the title and text referred to Bans and Arrests issued by City of Mississauga Corporate Security on Christmas Days —meaning December 25ths, the actual image copied from the City of Mississauga Corporate Security included all Twelve Days of Christmas (December 25th through January 5ths).

Huge error, huge.

That said, there’s a difference between when I make a mistake and the City of Mississauga and City of Mississauga Corporate Security in particular.

1.  I’m committed to Science, that is evidence-based research and reporting.

2.  I don’t need someone to point errors out to me. I eventually find them on my own.

3.  I acknowledge an error as soon as it’s noticed.

4.  I have a conscience.

5.  I always man up to my mistakes.

Last I apologize to the City of Mississauga and City of Mississauga Corporate Security for making the City’s record of bans and arrests appear worse than they actually were during the 2006 through 2012 Christmas holiday season.

That said, I’ll stand by what I wrote in my December 25, 2013 blog —that City of Mississauga Corporate Security “isn’t all that conscientious about accuracy in reporting or recording” and that “Freedom of Information has confirmed that not all bans –or even arrests are recorded in this database”.

That’s it.

 

Wishing all a safe holiday,
MISSISSAUGAWATCH

City of Mississauga Corporate Security "Response Units" (aka knob units) parked opposite the evil empire, Christmas Eve 2013

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