CHIEF JUSTICE BRENNER DROPS DEAD DEATH NUMBER 21
WAS HE MURDERED?
Former Chief Justice Donald Brenner was well known as a case fixer and crooked Chief Justice by intelligent observers of the Canadian judicial scene which is riddled with corruption. He also knew plenty of secrets and for this reason murder is suspected.
Brenner is now interred in the GraveYard of the Guilty that is becoming crowded with many who died suddenly and unexpectedly in circumstnaces that suggest a serial murderer is stalking the wicked.
Canada's Department of Transport
A Motive For Murder
Canada's Department of Transport played a significait role in the Water War Crimes by, apparently, rewarding British Columbia Attorney General Brian Smith with a position as Chairman of CN Rail two weeks after Smith had approved a secret inside illegal contract that conferred benefits on W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd in 1989. Smith had no significant business experience that prepared him for this role. The job was clearly a political reward and the logical assumption is that he was rewarded for using his position to confer a benefit on WCW, a company with high level connections in the Canadian political landscape.
Since that time, several key players have dropped dead in circumstances that suggest they were murdered, Robert Edwards and Jack Ebbels, the two top British Columbia civil servants who worked on the deal in 1989, died of sudden heart attacks. Glen Shortliffe, then the Deputy Minister of the Department of Transport, died of a sudden heart attack in May 2010 and John Tait, the Depurty Minister of Justice, suddenly died from a mysterious illness immediately after the water scandal broke in Ottawa in 1999.
As noted on these pages, Deputy Minister of Justice, John Sims, suddenly quit his job in April 2010 immediately after the apparent murder of Jack Ebbels.
Interestingly, as we move the movie forward, in 2011, Canada's Department of Justice and the British Columbia Government of Premier Gordon Campbell hired Donald Brenner to review the defence legal fees in the trial that emerged from the inside deal to sell the assets of BC Rail to CN Rail that was then under the leadership David McLean a British Columbia lawyer/businessman with high level links to former prime Minister Jean Chretien and now disgraced BC Premier, Gordon Campbell.
Put simply, Donald Brenner knew a lot of secrets and there was motive to murder him.
More to come.