The Stench of Corruption in Canada's Courts
For example, Provincial Court Judge Paul Meyers was caught using Freemason sign language at the hearing where he railroaded a Vancouver dentist for allegedly evading income taxes. The case reeked of corruption.
A few years later, British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Kelliher, another Freemason, had to leave the court to seek instructions from undisclosed advisors when his membership in Freemasonry was questioned. Kelliher became an international laughing stock when he meekly declared he could not answer the question without checking with his bosses. Subsequent reports appear to confirm our suspicion that Kelliher will willingly throw a case to help a Freemason.
More recently, the newly appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Christopher Hinkson (shown in photo on left) refused to disclose if he was a Freemason in response to correspondence from Vancouver lawyer Mr. Carten raising that issue and British Columbia Provincial Court Chief Judge Thomas Crabtree (shown in photo on right) also refused to respond to answer a similar question.
The public and all investors in British Columbia have much to fear now that their two trial courts are controlled by Chief Judges who are members of a secret society where members take mutual oaths to protect one another and where the those same Chief Judges will not disclose their membership in a secret society with a reputation for criminal conspiracy
Readers should take note that, in Canada, unlike the United States and the United Kingdom, Freemason lodges are governed by the Unlawful Societies Act. and Freemasons in British Columbia are deemed felons due to non-compliance with the Act.
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British Columbia Supreme Court Chief Justice Hinkson is represented in a legal action by Victoria lawyer John Waddell, Q.C., who also refuses to reveal if he is a Freemason while Provincial Court Chief Judge Thomas Crabtree is represented by Victoria lawyer Richard Margetts, Q.C., who also refuses to reveal if he is a Freemason.
Other Freemasons involved in the concealment of the Water War Crimes include former British Columbia Attorney Generals Ujjal Dosanjh, 1995 to 2000, Geoff Plant, 2001 to 2005. and Wally Oppal, 2005 to 2009, and former British Columbia Premier, Gordon Campbell, 2001 to 2010.
Unlike Attorney Generals in the United States, Canadian Attorney Generals are not elected to their positions but are appointed to their positions by the by the Queen on the advice of her ministers.