Corruption At the Court of Appeal
An appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada is expected.
At the outset of the hearing of the appeal in early January, Mr. Carten asked that both Justice Neilson and Justice Frankel step aside because they were so closely linked to the criminals that there was a reasonable apprehension of bias on their part. The court ruled that they would reserve their decision on the request but the court's reason for judgment are silent on the issue.
Prior to his appointment to the court, Justice Frankel was a long term employee of the Freemason infested Department of Justice in Vancouver that implemented the crooked legal strategy that led to the two murders and Justice Kathryn Neilson is a former law school classmate of former Canadian Justice Minister Anne McLellan (shown in centre photo) who is deeply implicated in the murder conspiracy carried out by the, as yet, unidentified insiders.
Justice Chiasson has his own issues and was investigated by the Canadian Judicial Council for his appearance in court mysteriously "clad in a cardigan sweater and slippers" instead of his judicial robes when he denied justice to Vancouver resident Robert Stark.
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It is reasonable to believe that Justices Chiasson, Frankel and Neilson were threatened or otherwise improperly influenced because their decision completely ignored the guiding principle in R. v. Sussex Justices Ex parte McCarthy and the line of hundreds of cases cited by Mr. Carten.
Editors Note: In a related case in a courthouse on Vancouver Island, Ian Caldwell, a Master of the Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled in favour of Mr. Carten proving that there is some hope because there is at least one judicial officer that is not yet controlled by the criminal gangs that has been operating inside the British Columbia court system.