Canada's Top Judge
Hired Suspected Criminal In Water War Crimes
"Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada and a media-savvy diplomat seen as a genuine leader by the bench, brought the issue into focus. Shortly after being appointed Canada’s top judge in 2000, she swept unannounced into a meeting of the Canadian Judicial Council and urged its startled members to draft a game plan. They hired a consultant, The Strategic Counsel, to conduct a survey of the cream of the legal establishment in order to gauge its awareness of the judiciary and court structures".
This startling revelation, by the Globe and Mail, now explains the massive corruption in Canada's Court system related to the Water War Crimes because the owner of The Stragetic Counsel, at the time, in 2000, was Allan Gregg who had been a director in W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. the company that attempted to acquire a bulk water export monopoly from Canada to the United States in contravention of the Canada US Free Trade Agreement, Canadian domestic laws and American anti-monopoly laws.
As a director of W.C.W.Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd., Allan Gregg is presumed, at law, to have been one of the guiding minds of the corporate wrong-doing.
When Beverly McLachlin, Chairperson of the Canadian Judicial Council, refused to retract a clearly fraudulent statement by the Council's executive director, Jeannie Thomas, made in Febraury, 2000, and when she refused to correct on the record the fraudulent statment by British Columbia Chief Justice, Allan McEacheen, made at the same time, both of which statements were reported in the Globe and Mail, Beverly McLachlin became complicit in fraud.
It was then difficult to understand why Beverley McLachlin would engage in fraud but the emerging relationship between Beverely McLachlin, and suspected Water War Crimes criminal, Allan Gregg, the then owner of The Strategic Counsel, goes a long way towards explaining her corrupt conduct so early in her career as Chief Justice.