Water War Crimes Claims Another Victim: Martin Mason Dies Suddenly, June 18, 2011
Was he murdered?
Mr. Mason's death brings to 24 the number of Dead in the Grave Yard of the Guilty.
Was Martin Mason guilty?
You bet he was. For three long years, Martin Mason represented the Canadian Judicial Council and a number of crooked judges and, instead of doing justice and right, Martin Mason opposed the doing of justice and right contrary to his obligations as a lawyer under the Magna Carta.
Martin Mason was also acting as lawyer on a case where he had a clear conflict of interest because his law partner, Brian Smith of Gowlings Toronto office, was a key player in the Water War Crimes and there is reason to believe that, if the case ever got to court Brian Smith, the former Attorney General of British Columbia would be shown to have acted contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada.
Did Martin Mason deserve an early grave?
We think he did.
Martin Mason delayed and denied justice by his devious and bogus legal arguments. He caused deliberate harm to innocent people. He had the opportunity to do right and he did wrong. Martin Mason was a crooked lawyer and the world is better off without him.
It is also possible Martin Mason was murdered. His law partner Brain Smith is in big trouble as a result of the Water War Crimes coming to light. Martin Mason was not stupid. The Water War Crimes lawsuit had revealed the sordid truth about Canada to him. Martin Mason knew too much.
According to his obituary in the Globe and Mail, Martin had a lifelong interest in politics, serving for a time as a riding association president and on the National Council of the P.C. Party of Canada between 1995 and 2000. Members of the P.C. Party was heavily involved in the Water War Crimes It should be obvious to the reader that Martin Mason was a crooked lawyer because he had multiple conlficts of interest and continued to act as legal counsel on a highly political case.