Although Stockwell Day entered Canadian federal politics by riding over the water on a jet ski, he was totally unprepared for the sharks, alligators and barracudas swimming in Canada's most treacherous swimming hole - Ottawa - the nation's capital.
Almost immediately after he was elected as Canadian Alliance Party Leader of Canada, Stockwell Day was advised of the political opportunity to destroy the career of then Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his government by exposing their mis-conduct in relation to the Water War Crimes. Instead of defending justice and the rule of law, which would have given him a real chance of becoming Prime Minister, Stockwell Day chose the path of cowardice and said nothing.
Stockwell Day had learned some hard lessons and he was clearly afraid of Canada's powerful and unaccountable legal profession.
When he and Canadian politician, John Reynolds, made accusations of corrupt judicial manipulation by Prime Minister Jean Chretien in respect of a Chretien appointed judge in Quebec who made orders that clearly assisted Chretien cover up his involvement - for a time - in what became known as the Shawinigate Scandal, the judge threatened a lawsuit against Day who whined to the public that he was not a rich man and did not have much money. Day clearly did not have the guts for the job of Prime Minister and, in the ensuing federal election Chretien political operative, Warren Kinsella, mocked Stockwelll Day's religious beliefs on CBC television so effectively that Day was destroyed.
Stockwell Day had also made the equally applauing blunder of hiring the giant Calgary law firm of Bennett Jones to defend him in a ridiculous defamation lawsuit brought by a small town lawyer from the City of Red Deer, Alberta. Bennett Jones is a highly political Canadian law firm with many linkages to the Water War Crimes and their legal strategy nearly killed Stockwell Day's career before Warren Kinsella finished him off so that Chretien could go on to win another election he did not deserve to win if he had had a qualified opponent.
Political observers are asking if McMillan/Lang Micherner hired Stockwell Day as a pay off for his assistance in covering up their prior participation in the Water War Crimes.
On February 6, 2006, Stephen Harper appointed Stockwell to be the Minister of Public Safety in charge of the RCMP and under his leadership the RCMP continued their cover up of the Water War Crimes. Day held the position until October 30, 2008, when he was appointed Minister for International Trade. Under Day's lack-lustre leadership the RCMP failed to properly investigate the Water War Crimes and insiders continued to drop dead, many in circumstances that suggested murder by other insiders.
In the lead up to the Canadian federal election in April, 2011, when the death toll in the Water War Crimes lawsuit had sky-rocketed to 23 dead, Stockwell Day announced he was leaving politics. Was Stockwell Day afraid he might be murdered also??
McMillan Lang Michener:
A Haven for the Water War Crimes Refugees
Former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his senior policy advisor Edward Golderberg practised legal politics at Lang Michener from 1985 to 1988. Cliff Sosnow, the former partner at Lang Michener, is accused of being a double agent. Donald MacDonald, an insider in the Pierre Trudeau government and arguably the archietect of the Canada US Free Trade Agreement, is a present partner at McMillan Lang Michener. Sergio Marchi, former Minister of International Trade under Prime Minister Chretien, long time British Columbia politician, John Reynolds, and, now, Stockwell Day, all non-lawyer politicians, joined McMillan Lang Michener after they left politics.
Tim Murphy, the former law partner at McCarthy Tetrault, former Chief of Staff to the cowardly Prime Minister Paul Martin is a partner at McMillan Lang Michener. In addition, prior to the merger of McMillan and Lang Michener, McMillan was one of the law firms that played a leading role in the facilitation of an insider trading scheme carried out by W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. See list of WCW investors for proof of McMillan participation.