Were Two Top Civil Servants Fired ?
The most recent high level departures from Canada's major famous political crime scene - the Privy Council - are Morris Rosenberg (shown in photo on left) and Robert Fonberg (shown in photo on right).
Rosenberg was a key player in the Water War Crimes story. From 1993 t0 1998 he was a key Privy Council advisor to Prime Minister Jean Chretien and from 1998 to 2004 he was Canada's Deputy Minister of Justice when the Department of Justice was highly criminalized and permitted Canada's courts to engage in a rampage of unrestrained racketeering, case fixing and other travesties.
Under Rosenberg's leadership, the Canadian justice system was often used to carry out corrupt political strategies.
Rosenberg worked closely with former Attorney General of British Columbia Ujjal Dosanjjh and his assistant Gillian Wallace during the late 1990's when corruption in the British Columbia justice system was rampant.
When Paul Martin recruited Dosanjh into federal political as Minister of Health Rosenberg was appointed his Deputy Minister.
When Stephen Harper took over as Prime Minister, Rosenberg was moved into the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where Harper loyalist, John Baird kept Rosenberg under surveillance and vice versa.
As a defendant in Federal Court Action T-95-08, Rosenberg was a beneficiary of the legal strategy that led to the murder of Justice Carolyn Layden Stevenson in June 2012 and the suspected murder of Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel in July 2012 making Rosenberg a prospective witness and a suspect in both murders.
Robert Fonberg was with Canada's corrupt Privy Council, from 1998 to 2007, during the regimes of Prime Ministers Jean Chretien and Paul Martin.
Fonberg was subsequently removed, for a six years, to the Defence Ministry.
As Deputy Minister of Defence, Fonberg rewarded former Chief Justice of British Columbia Donald Brenner with a lucrative "sweetheart" contract after Brenner suddenly resigned when his school mate and pal, BC Provincial Court Chief Judge Hugh Stansfield, was either murdered or committed suicide after being exposed as a major criminal.
Brenner and Stansfield were members of the gang of criminals operating inside the Canadian justice system who attempted to destroy Mr. Carten because he was exposing their criminal network. Brenner is believed to have been murdered in March, 2011 at his home on a remote Island in the waters between Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia. The murderer(s) of Donald Brenner has never been brought to justice and due to his close connections to Brenner, Robert Fonberg is a person of interest.
Fonberg returned to the Privy Council in April of 2013 to be a "special advisor" to Prime Minister Harper.
According to fawning media reports at the time, Fonberg was looking forward to his new and exciting assignment which means that the termination of his 30 plus year career late last week was more likely "for cause" as opposed to a retirement.
The Privy Council was one of Canada's most notorious crimes scenes from 1996 to 2007 during the periods that Rosenberg and Fonberg were key employees which makes them probable witnesses and key suspects in the Water War Crimes.