Was Jim Prentice Murdered
Was His Death The Law of Karma?
A few days ago, Jim Prentice, a lawyer and a former cabinet minister in former Prime Minister Harper's government, died in a suspicious air crash outside Kelowna, British Columbia.
Jim Prentice was part of the cabinet team that blocked the administration of justice in the lawsuit that Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs brought in the Federal Court against the Government of Canada and a group of co-conspirators who had caused them grief and harm because they assisted Sun Belt Water Inc. that was itself a victim of Canadian political crime.
What Harper's government did was a serious crime and eventually a Federal Court of Appeal judge Carolyn Layden Stevenson was murdered to cover up and Federal Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel committed suicide although some say it was murder made to look like suicide.
Prentice quit the cabinet and left politics in November 2010.
Flying with Prentice, the pilot of the air plane, was Jim Kruk, a retired RCMP officer. The RCMP have been covering up and refusing to investigate the Water War Crimes for over 2 decades, as a result of RCMP failure to act, more than a few people have been murdered.
At this time, we can't say if Jim Prentice was murdered because he knew too much and needed to be silenced of whether the law of karma came into play and he was rewarded with the infliction of harm, i.e. his death, because that is the price he had to pay for the harm he inflicted on others when as a cabinet minister he obstructed the course of justice.
The death of Jim Prentice reminds us of the sudden death of Jim Flaherty, another lawyer, who quit Harper's cabinet in March 2014 and was dead a month later.
As lawyers both Jim Prentice and Jim Flaherty knew that the Harper strategy in the lawsuit filed by Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs was immoral unethical and a serious crimes.
They are both dead now and dead men don't talk.