Rewards For The Guilty
Last week, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark heaped insult upon depravity when she rewarded three guilty lawyers, Michael Armstrong, Herman Van Ommen and Douglas Eastwood (shown left to right in photos) with the honorary title of Queens Counsel.
In the Editor's opinion, these lawyers should be in jail for their role in the legal strategy that led to the murder of Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and the alleged suicide, probable murder, of Federal Department of Justice lawyer, Eric Noel, as part of a conspiracy to cover up crimes against humanity by officers and employees of the Government of British Columbia.
In stark contrast, Canadian Prime Minister Harper did the right thing and fired the Canadian government lawyer involved in these crimes.
Fraud, Then Perjury, Then Murder and, Now, More Perjury(?) By B.C. Government
Last week, the Canadian media reported another case of a senior lawyer at the British Columbia Ministry of Justice and Attorney General (BCMOJAG) misleading a British Columbia court by the use of a false affidavit while that Ministry continues under the corrupt management of Deputy Minister Richard Fyfe (shown in centre photo) who Premier Christy Clark (shown in photo on left) refuses to fire despite Fyfe's involvement in the legal strategy of BCMOJAG that led to the murder Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson in June 2012 and the suicide of Federal Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel in July 2012.
Should BC NDP Leader Adrian Dix Be Behind Bars?
Is British Columbia New Democratic Party leader, Adrian Dix, shown above left, an unconvicted criminal who should be put in jail (shown above right)?
Why did then Attorney General Ujjal Dosanjh refuse to prosecute Adrian Dix, in 1999, when Dix admitted he fabricated evidence?
Should criminal charges be brought against Dix?
We think so. We think Adrian Dix is a crook. Here are the facts. You be the judge.