Did Premier Clark Order the Murder of a Judge?
But, the chain of secrecy that protects a conspiracy .....
Two Lawyers Who Led the Conspiracy
The Editors believe this is exactly what happened to Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson after she was drawn into the scheme hatched by the Governments of Canada and British Columbia to deny access to justice in Federal Court of Appeal proceeding A-343-10.
By their very nature, these kinds of conspiracies include an implicit or express agreement that there will be a very severe consequence, often death, for whomever breaks the chain of secrecy.
Therefore, all parties to the conspiracy know, from the beginning, that they are setting into motion events that may result in murder if someone breaks the code of silence that accompanies the conspiracy. So, all parties are part of a conspiracy to commit murder - if necessary.
This is not rocket science, it is basic criminology.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has an excuse, a weak one, but an excuse nonetheless, because, under Canadian law, the Prime Minister should not be involved in developing legal strategy of the Government of Canada in a particular case. Under the law, that is the responsibility of the Minister of Justice, Rob Nicholson, and, on a day to day basis, that duty is carried out by his Deputy Minister of Justice, Myles Kirvan, (shown in above photo on right) which explains why Prime Minister Harper has terminated the services of Myles Kirvan, and why Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel "allegedly" committed suicide shortly after the death of Justice Layden-Stevenson was revealed to be a probable murder resulting from the legal conspiracy hatched by Governments of Canada and British Columbia and others. We use the word "allegedly" because it is entirely possible he was murdered and his death was made to look like a suicide.
Click here to read Canada's Department of Justice Act
To be fair to Mr. Kirvan, he may have had no knowledge of what his subordinates were doing because they may have kept their strategy secret from him although, on a serious case, this would be unlikely. Nonetheless, Kirvan was responsible and he had to leave - presumably, on the advice of Henry Kissinger.
However, in British Columbia, Premier Christy Clark, who appears to have the same legal excuse that Prime Minister Harper has, refuses to fire the Deputy Minister of Justice, Richard Fyfe, (show in above photo on left) despite repeated demands that she do so.
And, Richard Fyfe continues working at his high paying salaried position even though he was the man in charge when his subordinates, presumably with his approval, hatched and carried out a scheme that led directly to murder - probably - two murders.
So, the reader is probably asking why has Premier Christy Clark refused to fire the responsible Deputy Minister, in Victoria, namely, Richard Fyfe, when in Ottawa, the Prime Minster has fired the responsible Deputy Minster - Myles Kirvan?
Click here for British Columbia Attorney General Act
The Chain of Events Points to Premier Clark
We say this because, in British Columbia, despite the Attorney General Act, there is a history of the Premier directing the government legal strategy on various important law cases and, when the time came to decide to murder Justice Carolyn Layden Stevenson, David Loukidelis, who was then the Deputy Minister of Justice for British Columbia, suddenly decided to quit his job and move to Edmonton.
Loukidelis was a newcomer to British Columbia Department of Justice and he would likely have been unfamiliar with the diabolical legal strategy adopted by his predecessors, so, it is probable that he wanted no part in a murder conspiracy which explains his unexplained decision to suddenly quit and leave town. Loukidelis refuses to respond to emails on this issue, which is probably wise, because, if the insiders would kill a judge, they would kill him also.
Loukidelis quit in May, 2012, Justice Layden-Stevenson was murdered in June, 2012 an Eric Noel was dead on July 16, 2012.
After Loukidelis quit, Premier Christy Clark appointed Richard Fyfe to take his place. Fyfe had been in charge of the civil litigation strategy so he would have been familiar with the conspiracy that led to the murder of Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and the alleged suicide of Department of Justice lawyer, Eric Noel.
Co-incident with the death of Justice Layden-Stevenson Premier Christy Clark began her bizarre political attack on the Province of Alberta and the Enbridge Pipeline Project.
Intelligent observers know that this attack was politically based and that it has provided a useful smoke screen to distract the media, the public and various insiders from the Water War Crimes that now include another murdered judge (a total of 12 so far) who could have put some people in jail for a long time if she had been permitted to live and tell the truth.
In addition, Premier Christy Clark has a history that places her close to some very serious criminal wrong doing in British Columbia politics.
So, in the Editor's opinion, there is good reason to believe that Premier Christy Clark was a willing part of the decision to murder of Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and she won't fire Richard Fyfe because he is just as guilty as she is.
These are the facts and we will let the reader decide whether or not Premier Christy Clark ordered the murder of Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson as part of the legal strategy of the Government of British Columbia.
We invite Premier Christy Clark to explain her side of the story because the longer she maintains silence the more guilty she looks.