Toronto Area Dealer Charged


Bronze Member
Username: Djsmith

Post Number: 61
Registered: Jul-06
Toronto Area Dealer Charged


TORONTO, Following a lengthy investigation, the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police, Greater Toronto Area Federal Enforcement Section has
charged a Toronto-area business and three of its employees with selling
illegal satellite subscriptions under the Radiocommunication Act.

Charged under Section 10(1)(b) of the Radiocommunication Act are:
- T-One Corporation, Dolomite Drive, Toronto
- Andrei BRJOZOVSKI, 50, Brooke Avenue, North York, ON
- Alla YAGELSKY, 60, Summeridge Drive, Thornhill, ON
- Tatiana SHULMAN, 43, Royal Appian Crescent, Vaughan, ON

Police allege the accused unlawfully took part in the sale of satellite
equipment and subscriptions to members of the public. The subscriptions sold
are unlawfully decoded satellite signals from Dish Network, an American
satellite company. Customers purchased the illegal system for $290 in addition
to a subscription fee of approximately $55 per month. In November 2005, the
RCMP executed a search warrant at the offices of T-One Corporation, seizing
approximately 37 Dish Network Receivers and more than 300 Dish network and
Bell ExpressVu smart cards.
The Radiocommunication Act is legislation which governs the rules and
regulations regarding Radiocommunication in Canada. This includes the
broadcasting of satellite signals. It is an offence to manufacture, import,
distribute, lease, offer for sale, sell, install, modify, operate or possess
any equipment or device, or any component illegally in contravention of the
The investigation is continuing.

Bronze Member
Username: Annonymous

Post Number: 62
Registered: Jul-06
don't let 'em scare you

turn on those FTAs and watch all the Dishnet
you want

Bronze Member
Username: Onlyali

Post Number: 74
Registered: May-06
these are recivers with cards, would that be the sane case if we have FTA recivers?

New member
Username: Classified

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jul-06

Silver Member
Username: Hawaiian_time


Post Number: 256
Registered: Apr-06
No, those are Dish receivers, you own yours.

Bronze Member
Username: Jeet

Post Number: 16
Registered: May-04
With FTA you would be charged with Criminal Code offence because you can watch BEV with it.

Bronze Member
Username: Jeet

Post Number: 17
Registered: May-04
Also this is dated January 20, 2006, here is the offical RCMP Press Release

Bronze Member
Username: Dicks_ndickweeds

Bonerland, USA Country Music

Post Number: 25
Registered: Jul-06
How's the jew business? They're not twisting anyones' dick to buy subscriptions at those prices but the going rate is about half of what they charged as is equipment.

New member
Username: Sikapetahi

Post Number: 3
Registered: Jul-06
what a pathetic joke the RCMP are.They cant catch a guy who murders 2 cops but they can catch
3 old bohunks who can hardly spell their own names and its yankee TV not even canadian(bev)
why are we wasting police time and tax payers money protecting some yanks business??They wont do the same for us

New member
Username: Wardoman

Post Number: 9
Registered: Jul-06
Good Point sikapetahi,

I noticed on the front of my viewsat platnium that there is a card slot, is there a use for this yet?
I asked a friend and she does some programming and never noticed it, does anyone no what this is for??
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