A Serial Murderer is Suspected.
With the RCMP and other Canadian police and security forces compeltely unable to protect the guilty, British Columbia Government lawyer, Hugh Gwillim, who has handled the case for the British Columbia Government for three and one half years suddenly withdrew from the case prompting observers to conclude that Hugh Gwillim had "jumped ship" as a result of a fear for his own life, like former Canadian Deputy Attorney General, John Sims, who suddenly resigned, in April 2010, a few weeks After the sudden death of former BC Government lawyer, Jack Ebbels, a key Water War Crimes insider.
Observers think that a serial murderer is stalking civil servants and politicians linked to the Water War Crimes and Hugh Gwillim's cowardly conduct is perfectly understandable because the Canadian authorities cannot offer any protection. But, quitting may not be enough to save Hugh Gwillim's life, because former British Columbia Chief Justice, Donald Brenner, who was also a player in the Water War Crimes, had announced he was resigining immediately after the sudden death of British Columbia Chief Judge, Hugh Stansfield, another Water War Crimes insider, in May 2009 but Brenner was found dead, by a sudden heart attack, in March 2011.
This is the legacy of the Water War Crimes, death after death of insiders, players and witnesses.
The Canadian lawyers acting for the Government and its agencies are a notoriously cowardly lot. For example, Hugh Gwillim, like Law Society of British Columbia lawyer Michael Armstrong, and Maximus/Themis lawyer, James Sullivan, had previously refused to show their faces at various court hearings and either sent a substitute or appeared by telephone although his (and their) office were mere blocks away from the Federal Court in Vancouver.