We think Richard Fyfe is just another dishonest, deceiving, dissimulating civil servant covering up crimes by himself and his colleagues. Here are the facts and you can be the judge.
Criminals On Government Service
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In Novemver 2011, after much bureaucratic run around, the Law Society of British Columbia, finally and officially, in writing, refused to investigate a complaint that one of its members, Joanne Platt had been engaged in a criminal offence, i.e. obstruction of justice, whichin most parts of Canada, is generally considered to be improper conduct by a lawyer in addition to being a serious criminal offence.
So, in March 2012, an official conplaint was filed with Premier Christy Clark asking for an internal government investigation of what was, surely, a criminal act carried out by a lawyer who provides legal services to the BC Government.
When the complaint arrived on the desk of Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Richard Fyfe, he got nervous and scared and did what a lot of people do when caught in a crime.
Will Richard Fyfe Go to Jail??
In our opinion, the advice of Richard Fyfe was a complete and deliberate mis-interpretation of the powers and duties of the Attorney General under sections 2 and 3 of the Attorney General Act.
You be the judge?
What does the law say?
Section 2 of the Attorney General Act mandates that the
Attorney General “must see that the administration of public affairs is in accordance with law”.
The administration of the powers and duties of the Director of
the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program (FMEP) and hids constract lawyers falls into the classification of “public affairs”.
Furthermore, the Director and Themis Program Management and
Consulting Ltd., (Themis), the sub-contractor to the Director, meet the definition of “public body” as defined by section 3 (1) of the Attorney General Act so that the Attorney General has the power to demand the Director and Themis must “comply with all requirements and standards established by the Attorney General for that public body in respect of …(a) retaining, contracting with or employing persons to provide legal services; and (b) reports on and audits of those legal services” (section 3 (2)).
The interpretation of these sections is governed by the Interpretation Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 238, so that the provisions are “always speaking” (section 7) and “must be construed as being remedial, and must be given such fair, large and liberal construction and interpretation as best ensures the attainment of its objects” (section 8).
So, the Law is clear and the Attorney General has the power to carry out an audit of legal services provided to the government and, in our opinion, Richard Fyfe was simply covering up for himself and his colleagues in the goverment and in particular in the British Columbia Ministry of the Attorney General that has an international reputation for fraud, deceit, and other forms of corruption.
More to come.