RCMP + AGBC = DND
The following background on Allan Castle speaks volumes:
From 1996 to 1999, he held positions at the University of British Columbia, first as Assistant Director of the Institute of International Relations, and subsequently as the director of the Proceeds of Crime research program at the UN‐affiliated International Centre for Criminal Law Reform.
In 1999, he joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as a civilian subject‐matter expert on money‐laundering. In 2001, he assumed responsibility for RCMP intelligence analysis within British Columbia, a post he held for eight years. In 2005, his team was asked to take on implementation of the RCMP's Crime Reduction strategy, a model of problem‐oriented front‐line operations drawn from the UK. Between 2006 and 2011 he was the Force's principal point of contact in its external research relationships with university criminology departments, and served from 2006‐2011 on the Regional and National Coordinating Committees on Organized Crime. In 2010 he was appointed RCMP liaison to the British Columbia government on criminal justice policy.
As previously reported on these pages, the RCMP, a force that had become notoriously corrupt, was, quietly, taken over by Canada`s Department of National Defence with the appointment of former military insider Bob Paulson as Commissioner of the RCMP. The Castle appointment can be viewed as a continuation and deepening of that process of National Self Defence against the forces of internatioanl organized crime that has destroyed much of the British Columbian and Canadian society.
Insiders advise that the intended implementation by Allan Castle of `performance metrics across the provincial justice system`` has sent shock waves through the corrupt elements of British Columbia judiciary and legal profession that prompted the three British Columbia Chief Judges, Lance Finch, Robert Bauman and Thomas Crabtree to issue their unprecedented recent joint press releases in defence of principle of judicial independence.