Disease & Criminal Cover Up
Between 1999 and 2000, staff for Alexa McDonough spent hours on the telephone speaking with the president of Sun Belt Water Inc. getting full particulars of the crimes carried out against Sun Belt Water Inc. and its lawyer by the Social Credit and NDP governments of British Columbia and the Liberal Party government of Canada.
Sun Belt was told that McDonough was preparing to DO HER DUTY and expose some of the greatest political crimes in Canadian history but she never said a word about those crimes and, as a result, innocent people suffered, some people died and the wicked went unpunished. There is good reason to believe that McDonough was lying to Sun Belt Water and was, in truth, on a fact finding mission for the criminals in Canada's governments that she protected.
McDonough is now paying the price for her complicity in crime which includes the recent deaths of of Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden Stevenson (shown in photo on right) from Fredericton, New Brunswick, and Department of Justice lawyer, Eric Noel, (not shown) from Ottawa.
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Background on McDonough
Just Another Dirty Canadian Politician
After her first marriage ended in divorce, McDonough continued to use the last name of her first husband instead of reverting to her maiden name, Shaw, that would have alerted the voters to her connections with rich capitalists instead of the working class her political party pretended to represent.
When she became leader of the New Democratic Party, she became romantically attached to David MacDonald, a United Church Minister who had also been a long serving Member of Parliament, Conservative, from 1965 to 1980 and, again, from 1988 to 1993.
It was during this latter period when a criminal gang inside the Conservative Party, then led by Brian Mulroney and Kim Campbell, were attempting to capture for their pals and a group of unidentified insiders the benefit of bulk water export monopoly from Canada to the United States using the assistance of well known lobbysts such as Allan Gregg and Fred Doucet.
It does appears that McDonough was on a "fishing expedition" for David MacDonald and his pals when McDonough directed her New Democratic Party staff to contact Sun Belt Water and pretend to ask legitimate questions in the Canadain public interest and that her real motive was to determine what Sun Belt Water knew about the secret political investors who were breaking Canadian and American laws and looting public assets for their personal benefit.
The present illness of Alexa McDonough comes as no surprise to those who study the psycho biology of disease.