Fugitive Thief Flees Uganda Cops for Canada Cops
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
Scamming Rat Bastard, David Reiner 61 who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from Toronto Daycare centres as a trusted accountant, fled to Uganda to escape prosecution from Canadian Authourities. Once in Uganda, Reiner plied his thieving ways with Aid Agencies, upon which he was accused by them of stealing $1,100.00 from them, which is Big Money, when it comes to feeding starving children, Aid Agencies searched the internet and found Reimer had 46 priors totalling $800,000 in thefts from agencies in Canada for similar thefts, confronting Reimer. Reimer fled like the cowardly little Nancy he is and fearing a lifetime in prison in a Ugandan Jail, took his chance with the safe warm milky teats of Canadian Justice who he felt would be more kind to him.
If it were up to me, I would have refused him entry to Canada, alert the Ugandan authourities and tell them he is on the next flight back to Uganda to enjoy their hospitality.
Why should Canada bear the burden of paying for this Selfish Little Shit's defence and of course endless appeals which will follow? I say let Uganda have him permanently!
I have posted photos of Canada's cushy prisons and prison life versus Uganda's Prison and prison life in which he would be most likely one dead Whitey in a very short time. Hence why you can see why this guy shows no remorse and takes full advantage of Canada's laws to suit his selfish needs.
A Toronto accountant who fled Canada nearly two years ago after allegedly stealing about $800,000 from daycare centres was arrested Wednesday night after stepping off a plane at Toronto's Pearson International Airport.
David Reiner, 61, faces 42 counts of fraud and theft involving 21 Toronto daycares, which used him as their bookkeeper.
The charges were laid shortly after Reiner disappeared in September 2006, leaving behind his wife, two daughters and a home in High Park in west-end Toronto.
He had reportedly been living in Kenya before turning up recently in Uganda.
CBC's The Fifth Estate tracked down Reiner in Uganda, where Hana Gartner interviewed him about his alleged crimes, his time on the run and his disillusionment and desire to return to Canada to face justice.
Reiner was out of money, but Canadian authorities in Kampala turned down his request to be flown back to Canada.