Queen Elizabeth Takes Action
The whistleblowing Captain was outraged .......
To her credit, Queen Elizabeth responded to the Captain s letter and, to signal that she was listening, the senior responsible Canadian government minister, Mr. Tony Clement, was directed to visit Campbell River (shown on map in centre photo) on the very day of the next month following the date of the Captain s explosive letter that was published on this web site on October 28, 2012. Mr. Clement was accompanied on his visit by the local member of Parliament, Mr. John Duncan (shown in photo on right).
Click here to see Captain da Costa s letter to Queen Elizabeth
The use of significant dates as a means of signalling a hidden hand is at work should not be lost on the reader. For example, Justice Robert Edwards dropped dead (murdered) on November 5, 2007, and Deputy Minister of Justice Myles Kirvan retired (fired) on November 5, 2012. Both Edwards and Kirvan were involved in a conspiracy against the Canadian state, headed by Queen Elizabeth, just like Guy Fawkes had been involved in a conspiracy against the English State some 400 years ago and November 5 is now referred to as Guy Fawkes day because it is the day on which the treasonous act of Guy Fawkes is commemorated.
Premier Christy Clark Ran Away
Click here to go to Capt. da Costa's letter to Premier Clark and Attorney General Bond
The failure of Premier Christy Clark and Attorney General Bond to respond to a Captain da Costa's serious letter raising the probability that Provincial Government employees and officers, including judges, were involved in a murder of a British Columbia resident and the cover up of a murder of a British Columbia resident is consistent with the refusal of Premier Christy Clark and Attorney General Bond to address the issue that Deputy Attorney General Richard Fyfe was part of the conspiracy to murder Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden Stevenson and Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel.
The Editors are moved to write: God Save The Queen and To Hell with Premier Christy Clark and Attorney General Shirley Bond and we ask all British Columbia readers to give serious thought to the type of women they are when the next election comes around in May 2013 because, unlike Queen Elizabeth who lives 7,000 miles away, these two women who will be seeking the support of the public don't seem to give a dam about innocent citizens who are murdered to cover up for crimes by government agencies in this province.