What is Prime Minister Harper Afraid Of?
On April 22, 2013, Mr. Harper removed Simon Fothergill (shown in centre photo) from his position as Assistant Deputy Attorney General where Fothergill had been in the chain of command responsible for the flawed legal strategy that led to the murders of Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and Department of Justice lawyer, Eric Noel.
Harper appointed Fothergill to the position of Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet and Counsel, Privy Council Office where he will have additional security to protect him from the murderers of Layden-Stevenson and Noel who, obviously, continue to have agents inside the Department of Justice since no one has been charged with the crimes.
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In the Editor's Opinion, Fohergill is guilty of gross negligence causing death but his life may be at risk because he knows too much and may be a key witness in a murder trial which explains his move to a protected position.
Harper moved Richard Fadden, Canada's top spy and intelligence expert (shown in photo on right), over to the Department of Defence where he will be the Deputy Minister. Fadden proved inept at CSIS because he was unable to prevent the murders although warned several times that a serial killer was on the loose. Fadden also needs security because he knows too much and may suddenly drop dead just like former CSIS director, Jack Hooper, who appears to have been murdered.
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At the same time, Harper moved the Deputy Minister of Defence, David Fonberg, into the Privy Council where he will be a special adviser presumably to double check the work of Fadden who will be new to the job.
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Who Is Simon Fothergill?
Williams was a Liberal Party insider and a close pal of Prime Minister Jean Chretien and, not surprisingly, Fothergill was soon hired to work in the Privy Council Office in Ottawa as Director of Legal Operations from 2001 to 2004 when Chretien was finishing his term of Prime Minister which officially ended on December 12, 2003 after much shoving by Paul Martin who really wanted to be Prime Minister and who may have been Prime Minister a whole lot longer except he refused to do justice to Sun Belt Water Inc. and so Mr. Carten gave Stephen Harper a package of information in October 2005 that assisted Mr. Harper to persuade Jack Layton and Gilles Duceppe to support him in a non-confidence vote in November, 2005.
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Fothergill then moved down from the lofty heights of the Privy Council to a position as a regular "grunt" lawyer in the Department of Justice, from 2004 to 2007, but was promoted into management, first as general counsel in the Deputy Minister's office, from 2007 to 2009, then as Deputy Assistant Deputy Attorney General in the litigation section of the Department of Justice, from 2009 to October 2010, when he was appointed Assistant Deputy Attorney General of the litigation section.
In these latter two positions, Fothergill would have supervised the corrupt legal strategy of Department of Justice "grunt" lawyers, Brenda Cabonell and Lisa Riddle, in the Department's Vancouver office, who, like low level soldiers in a criminal gang, filed the motions that set up the "death trap" for Federal Court of Appeal justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson (shown in centre photo) and Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel (shown in photo on right).
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Presumably Fothergill did not approve the corrupt legal strategy because, if he had, he should have been fired along with Myles Kirvan the Deputy Minister of Justice whose employment was terminated on November 5, 2012, after Prince Edward's surprise visit to Canada and after Prime Minster Harper sought advice from Henry Kissinger.
The conduct of the lawyers at the Department of Justice was a violation their Oaths of Allegiance to the Queen and of basic professional ethics that prohibit lawyers from covering up crimes which Canada's Department of Justice regularly does and has been doing for decades as part of the Water War Crimes.