Murder / Suicide
A Judge and a Lawyer
On July 16, 2012, this web site published further details linking the Department of Justice legal team to the murder of Justice Layden-Stevenson and, the very same day, on July 16, 2012, Eric Noel, (shown in photo on right) a member of the same branch or section of the Department of Justice legal team committed suicide.
The Aboriginal Law Section of the Department of Justice and A Murder - Suicide
According to Supreme Court of Canada records, the legal team representing the Government of Canada at the Supreme Court of Canada in the law case appealing the decision of Madam Justice Layden-Stevenson consists of Brenda Carbonell, Lisa Riddle and Oliver Pulleybank and they have "inadvertently we suppose" advised the court that they are with the Aboriginal Law Section of Canada's Department of Justice by means of their mailing address filed in the court file as follows:
Attorney General of Canada
Aboriginal Law, 4th Flr., Indian Residential Schools
900-840 Howe Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Click here to verify case information at Supreme Court of Canada
Generally speaking, it would be surprising to learn that a legal team from the Aboriginal Law Section of the Department of Justice would represent the Government of Canada in a case that had absolutely nothing to do with Aboriginal Law. But this is the Canadian legal system, where black is white and white is black, and, where deceit, dishonesty and deception are operating principles.
Moreover, the lawyers in the Aboriginal Law Section of the Department of Justice in Canada are well known for their having been part of one of the greatest frauds and cover ups in Canadian history, so, when the Government of Canada needed a team of lawyers who could carry out a lie in the law case brought against them by Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs they turned to those lawyers with the most experience at lying, cheating and thieving, namely, the lawyers with the Aboriginal Law Section of the Department of Justice. Verification can be had from any Native Canadian who has had any dealings with the lawyers for the Canadian Government.
Mr. Eric Noel, prior to his death, an alleged suicide but possible murder, had also been with the Aboriginal Law Section of the Department of Justice.
Click here to visit Eric Noel's Professional Listing
More Aboriginal Law Links to Murder Suicide
Jack, Melanie and Craig
Previous legal counsel on the law suit that led to the murder of Justice Layden-Stevenson was a young women named Melanie Chartier who was removed from the case on April 1, 2010, shortly after Jack Ebbels (shown in photo on right) was allegedly murdered on February 25, 2012 while skiiing in the Canadian Rockies. Jack Ebbels was a key witness in the case and it is beleived he was murdered by insiders in order to silence him.
Shortly after she was removed, Melanie Chartier was found to be working with the Treaty Negotiation branch of the Aboriginal Law Section of the Department of Justice - the same section Eric Noel worked for before he allegedly committed suicide.
Jack Ebbels had been intimately linked to the Aboriginal Law Section of the Canadian Department of Justice due to his treaty
negotiation work on behalf of the Government of British Columbia.
Click here to learn more about and Jack Ebbels
In addition, British Columbia Ministry of the Attorney General lawyer, Craig Jones, (shown in photo on right) who was a Defendant in Federal Court Action T-95-08 as a result of his fraudulent work in Supreme Court of British Columbia Kelowna Registry proceeding number 77,777, Carten v HMTQ et al., was
had been with the Aboriginal Law Section of the Government of British Columbia that worked closely with Mr. Eric Noel in Ottawa.
Mr. Craig Jones was removed from his position with the Government of British Columbia in June 2012 and he took a position at Thompson Rivers University Law School in Kamloops, British Columbia where he teaches legal ethics - we are not joking.
Click here to visit Craig Jones at Thompson Rivers University