Gross Negligence Resulting In Murder
It is the Editors opinion that former Canadian Justice Minister, Rob Nicholson, (shown in photo on left) is guilty of gross negligence in office that resulted in the murder of Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson of Canada's Federal Court of Appeal in June 2012 and the murder of Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel a few weeks later.
The alternative is that Justice Minister Rob Nicholson is guilty of premeditated murder.
So, the Editors wish to congratulate Prime Minister Harper on the wisdom of his decision that has finally removed Justice Minister Nicholson from his position as Minister of Justice for Canada where he (Nicholson) displayed incompetence and arrogance unparalleled by any justice minister in the history of Canada.
Over the past year, there has been a housecleaning at the top of the Department of Justice which is directly related to the stupid and grossly incompetent legal strategy pursued in the Federal Court that led to the murders.
Deputy Minister Myles Kirvan (shown in centre photo) was fired on November 5, 2012.
Assistant Deputy Minister, Simon Fothergill, (shown in photo on left) was transferred out on April 22, 2013.
And, the Prime Minister's legal advisor, Benajmin Perrin, (no photo) went back to University of British Columbia in May 2013. However, Mr. Perrin has advised the Editors that he knows nothing of these matters which leads to the inference that the Department of Justice insiders were operating without knowledge or approval of the Prime Minister's Office.
Murdered Judge Brings British Foreign Secretary to Canada
British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, (shown in photo on left) paid a surprise visit to Canada, today, less than a week after Prince Edward (shown in photo on right) paid his own surprise visit to Canada. Both were sent on directions of Queen Elizabeth (shown in centre photo).
Insiders advise that both visits are connected to the unsolved murder of Madam Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson of Canada's Federal Court of Appeal on June 27, 2012, and the alleged suicide, possible murder, in July 16, 2012, of Eric Noel, a lawyer working for Canada's Department of Justice, a Department that has become infected by a criminal organization.
CANADA'S SUPREME COURT
PROTECTS POLITICAL CRIMINALS
On April 5, 2012, the criminal organization that has infiltrated the Canadian Government proved that it still controlled the politically appointed judges of the Supreme Court of Canada that when Justices Cromwell, Abella, and Lebel (shown above) issued their order refusing to hear the case brought by Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs because it threatened to expose and destroy the criminal network, allegedly including Queen Elizabeth and her dying husband, that was involved in the Water War Crimes carried out against the people of Canada.
The action in the Canadian Federal Courts has been a great military victory in the onging war against corruption in Canada because the forces of freedom and justice have killed and destroyed 27 of Canada's criminal class and wounded many others without firing a single bullet.
CANADIAN FEDERAL COURT OF APPEAL PROTECTS CRIMINALS
Three judges of Canada's Federal Court of Appeal, all appointed by former Canadian Prime Minister, Jean Chretien, have, without any hearing on the merits, dismissed the lawsuit that implicated former Prime Minister Jean Chretien and some of his colleagues in serious criminal activity despite receiving and reviewing sworn, undenied, affidavit evidence that proves many of the crimes alleged were committed
. The three judges are Justice Edgar Sexton, Justice Marc Nadon and Justice Karen Sharlow. The Canadian Federal Court of Appeal is under the leadership and direction of Chief Justice Pierre Blais (shown in photo above) who was President of Canada's Privy Council in 1993 when many of the crimes took place.
The shocking decision confirms the growing international view that Canada's court system is increasingly corrupt and designed to protect crooked politicians from accountablilty for their crimes in office.
The decision comes only days after the suspected murder of Sandra Gail Roberts and Reg Alcock who are two of 28 dead Canadian political insiders whose deaths are linked to the Water War Crimes lawsuit.
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT STONEWALLS
ALLEGATIONS OF CRIMES BY QUEEN ELIZABETH AND ROYAL FAMILY
Recent information corroborates sworn affidavit evidence that Queen Elizabeth, shown in above photo, was a secret investor in the company that was granted illegal benefits by Queen Elizabeth's officers and sevants in British Columbia. These allegations have been sent to Canadian Governor General William Johnson, the Queen's Privy Council of Canada and several ministers of the Crown including, Royalist sympathizer, Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, with a request that they be confirmed or denied.
For over two months, the official government response has been stonewalling - silence - so it is a safe bet that the allegations are absolutely true.
If true, Queen Elizabeth and her family could soon be forced to forfeit the Throne of Canada and face serious jail time in a Canadian prison cell under the Government of Canada's new "tough on crime" legislation.
View Notice Of Appeal
57 Errors of Fact and Law
Click to View Innovative Interactive Notice of Appeal Filed in Canada's Federal Court of Appeal
An astonishing 57 errors of fact and law in the Federal Court of Canada decision suggest that the Reasons for Judgment were written by someone other than the hearing judge in a manner consistent with that described by a Otto Ulc a former judge in the communist state of Czechoslovakia where the Communist Party wrote the judgments for the judges
This view is corroborated not only by the clear errors in the judgment but by the fact that the hearing judge wrote, in the last week of June, 2010, that she would be unable to provide Reasons for Judgment before the end of August 2010, yet, the Reasson for Judgment were delivered before the end of August, on August 27, 2010.
A Vancouver editor described the Water War Crimes as the Most Explosive Story in the Political Hisory of Canada.
The Water War Crimes lawsuit has been accompanied by the startling deaths of nine crooked Canadian judges and six other Canadian insiders, for a total death toll of 15 bureaucrats and judges in Canada, all linked to Canada's Biggest Scandal.
Notice Of Appeal Filed
Water War Crimes Lawsuit
After two years of stalling and delay by court officials appointed by the regime of Prime Minister Jean Chretien, including fraud by legal counsel for the Governmnent of Canada, and a suspicious judgment delivered on August 27, 2010, the Water War Crimes lawsuit not moved into Canada's Federal Court of Appeal, today, September 27, 2010, by the filing of Notice of Appeal citing fifty severn (57) errors of fact and law by the lower court judge who claimed she was un-influenced by outsiders. Legal observers would describe Lutfy, Lafreniere and Gauthier as poart of the "Judicial A-Team" a term invented by Justice John Bouck, who before his death blew the whistle on judicial corruption in Canada, and invented the phrase "Judicial A Team" to describe the team of judges the Chief Justice could rely on to handle difficult cases in the way the Department of Justice and Privy Councildesired.
Being a three person group, the"Lutfy line" is similar to a front line on a hockey team, Canada's national sport, which, when it gets the puck and cannot score, dodges and weaves in the hopes of running out the clock and exhausting the resources of the opposing team. The only difficuylt with this analogy for the Governmnents of Canada and British Columbia is that the Plaintiffs in the Water War Crimes lawsuit are not playing games and 14 of the Government players have suddenly died since the process began and are now interred in the Graveyard of the Guilty.
Lawyer Thinks Judges Were Threatened
The team for the Government of Canada included the one time senior chief advisor to Prime Minister Jean Chretien, now Chief Justice Alan Lutfy, Vancouver prothonotary, Roger Lafreniere, appointed to office by Prime Minister Jean Chretien and Judge Johanne Gauthier also appointed to office by Prime Minister Jean Chretien.
To use an expression for ice hockey, Canada's Natonal game, the selection of "a Chretien line", by court insiders, for this case came as no surprise to intelligent observers who expected the case to be dismissed.
British Columbia lawyer, John Carten, who handled the case for himself and the co-plaintiff, said: "I expected a little better from Lutfy but I understand the pressures on him and his staff by the insiders in the Government and his former political friends. I mean there are nine judges and five other insiders who have dropped dead on this case and Canada is a bit of a nasty place and I suppose Lutfy, Gauthier and Lafreniere were looking over their shouldiers, so to speak".