Notice Of Appeal Filed
Water War Crimes Lawsuit
Being a three person group, the"Lutfy line" is similar to a front line on a hockey team, Canada's national sport, which, when it gets the puck and cannot score, dodges and weaves in the hopes of running out the clock and exhausting the resources of the opposing team. The only difficuylt with this analogy for the Governmnents of Canada and British Columbia is that the Plaintiffs in the Water War Crimes lawsuit are not playing games and 14 of the Government players have suddenly died since the process began and are now interred in the Graveyard of the Guilty.
Lawyer Thinks Judges Were Threatened
To use an expression for ice hockey, Canada's Natonal game, the selection of "a Chretien line", by court insiders, for this case came as no surprise to intelligent observers who expected the case to be dismissed.
British Columbia lawyer, John Carten, who handled the case for himself and the co-plaintiff, said: "I expected a little better from Lutfy but I understand the pressures on him and his staff by the insiders in the Government and his former political friends. I mean there are nine judges and five other insiders who have dropped dead on this case and Canada is a bit of a nasty place and I suppose Lutfy, Gauthier and Lafreniere were looking over their shouldiers, so to speak".