Allegations of Attempted Bribery Aimed At Ameerali and Fyfe While Anton Parties
The Attorney General mob is so afraid of Mr. Carten informing the politicians that have the power to fire them, that Mr. Ameerali wrote to Mr. Carten demanding he...
"cease all attempts to communicate about resolving the claims that are the subject matter of this claim with all other Provincial agents and employees including politicians and ministers of the government"
In a democratic country, like Canada, every citizen has an unfettered right to attempt to communicate his or her concerns about government especially bad or corrupt government to elected office holders such as politicians and minister of government.
Public servants like Ameerali and Fyfe have are completely wrong to even hint or suggest that honest citizens, like Mr. Carten and Mr. English cease contacting politicians and ministers about corruption by themselves and their co-workers.
Mr. Ameerali became even more desperate and, in separate correspondence, the crooked Ameerali tried to bribe Mr. Carten to get him to discontinue the English family lawsuit referred to by Ameerali as the Nederland Holdings action by promising the government would not seek costs against him in the lawsuit by the Law Society against Mr. Carten.
The crooked Ameerali wrote
"Any settlement proposals can be sent to me, and I will seek instructions. For example, if you were to suggest that you immediately drop your opposition to the Law Society's application, and discontinue the Nederland Holdings action, I would likely forward that offer with a recommendation that the AGBC and HMQBC accept not to seek costs. If you suggested anything else, I would likely recommend otherwise."
Click here to read more about Ameerali's bribe in paragraph 18 of Affidavit No 3
According to legal scholars section 120 (b) of the Criminal Code of Canada specifically provides that "every one", especially a lawyer like Mr. Ameerali "who..corruptly gives or offers... anyone", such as Mr. Carten, "money or valuable consideration ", such as an agreement not to seek costs, " with the intent that the person", such as Mr. Carten, "should interfere with the administration of justice", such as by discontinuing a lawful action like the Nederland Holdings action that involves claims by other parties including children, "is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years".
The chain of command at the Ministry of the Attorney General goes from Ameerali to long term Supervising Counsel, Gordon Houston, to Assistant Deputy Attorney General James Harvey to Deputy Attorney General Richard Fyfe to Attorney General Suzanne Anton.