Was Jim Flaherty Murdered?
Jim Flaherty is dead now.
Some people suspect Jim Flaherty was murdered.
Jim Flaherty and his colleagues, in Prime Minister Harper's cabinet, made a colossal error.
In the Editor's opinion, their collective refusal obstruct and undermine the course of justice led directly to the sudden death, allegedly by cancer, in June 2012 of Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and the sudden death, allegedly by suicide, of Department of Justice lawyer, Eric Noel, in July 2012.
Jim Flaherty then developed a rare skin disease that destroyed his health and killed him.
Jim Flaherty knew, in his heart, that the he and his colleagues had made a huge mistake and that their government's obdurate refusal to provide a just remedy to certain citizens was the reason for the eventual murder a Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and suicide, possible murder made to look like suicide, of Eric Noel.
At this time, the Editors have no convincing evidence that Jim Flaherty was murdered but it is a possibility that should not be ruled out. It may seem alarmist but someone murdered a few judges and lawyers "here" in "Canada" and there is a whole lot of secrecy going on in high places "in Canada" and "in the USA" over water exports and the inner deals that will shape American and Canadian destiny in the 21st century.
So, maybe this is all a co-incidence but Jim Flaherty was carrying a very heavy burden, a big load, and it got bigger when that murder of a Canadian Judge took place and everybody suddenly realized that Canadian politics could be a very deadly business for some members of the its political, judicial and legal elite.