Mass Judicial Resignations in Canada Linked to Water War Crimes Corruption
Canadian judges has gone unreported in the Canadian and international mainstream media but it is clear evidence supporting the accuracy of the allegations set out on this web site that the Canadian system of a politically appointed and, practically, unaccountable judiciary had become riddled with nepotism corruption and croneyism.
Out of approximately 100 superior court judges in British Columbia, nine superior court judges resigned - retired, in December 2011 and Janaury, 2012; Anne Rowles, Carol Huddart, Kenneth MacKenzie, James Shabbits, Dean Wilson, and Grant Burnyeat, or took a supernumary* appointment, Risa Levine, Pamela Kirkpatrick, and David Tysoe. In addition, Supreme Court Master Alan Donaldson suddenly retired on December 31, 2011.
*A supernumary appointment is similar to a retirement but the judge gets half-pay and works half-time over the next year so that he or she has some cash income especially if they don't have a full pension to draw on. Nine (9) judicial retirements in British Columbia, in two months, is highly unusual (more than 4 x times the estimate average of 1 per month) and corroborates the opinion that a judicial clean-up is going on as a result of the crimes.
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These judicial retirements follow upon the recent, sudden, early retirements of Supreme Court of Canada Justice, Ian Binnie and Canadian Federal Court Chief Justice, Alan Lutfy, both of whom are deeply linked to the corruption that surrounds the Water War Crimes. Incidentally, former British Columbia Attorney General, Barry Penner announced he would be resigning on August 18, 2011, a mere two days after former Canadian Federal Court Chief Justice, Alan Lutfy announced he would be resigning. It was no co-incidence because both Penner and Lutfy were covering up the Water War Crimes.
Immediately after the judicial retirements, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark announced a complete review of the British Columbia justice system. Subsequent to that announcement, the three Chief Judges, Finch, Bauman, and Crabtree, in British Columbia, issued two unprecedented joint judicial press releases in defence of judicial independence and most recently, the man in charge of the British Columbia criminal justice system, Robert Gillen, suddenly retired.
Click here to read joint judicial press release
There is very definitely a major change taking place in Canada`s legal and judicial systems.