RACHEL NOTLEY AND ORGANIZED CRIME IN BRITISH COLUMBIA MINISTRY OF ATTORNEY GENERAL
Alberta's newly elected Premier, Rachel Notley, is deeply connected with and worked for Ujjal Dosanjh back in 1996 when Ujjal Dosnajh was lying and cheating his way along as a member of the criminal gang connected to the Water War Crimes. The role of Rachel Notley in these crimes is unexplored but there is no doubt that the Attorney General Ministry of British Columbia was incredibly corrupt under Dosanjh and that many of the players have suddenly died since in circumstances suggesting they were murdered.
According to the Vancouver Sun:
"Former B.C. premier Ujjal Dosanjh, who hired Notley as a ministerial assistant when he was the attorney general in the 1990s, said she was a savvy political aide who helped him pass groundbreaking legislation to give gay and lesbian couples the right to obtain payments for spousal and child support."
“She’s exceptionally bright,” Dosanjh said Wednesday. “She has very good political instincts and from what I remember she was great at the doorstep because occasionally between elections we went canvassing.”
“I was very pleasantly surprised to see her become premier-elect,” he added.
At the time, Rachel worked closely with Assistant Deputy Minister Gillian Wallace who was in charge of civil litigation and who suddenly died when her crimes were exposed on this web site along with Jack Ebbels, a senior lawyer, who also died when his crimes were exposed on this web site.
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