Is Senator Francis Fox Another Victim of the Water War Crimes lawsuit ?
Was Francis Fox a player in the Water War Crimes?
Here are the facts.
In 1976, Fox was appointed to the Cabinet of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau who is believed to have been a key player in the Water War Crimes.
Fox had a reputation for fraud and was forced to resign in 1978 after he was caught committing forgery but, two years later, Trudeau appointed him to the position of Secretary of State and Minister of Communications.
Fox then served as Canada's Minister of International Trade in 1984 in the short-lived government of Trudeau's successor, John Turner, who refuses to respond to email communication from the Water War Crimes web site editors. John Turner's law firm, McMillan Binch, was involved in insider trading of the shares of W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd.
Fox, a Liberal, then became a lobbyist with Government Consultants International, an Ottawa based consulting firm operated by Frank Moores, a Conservative, Gary Oulett, a magician, and Gerald Doucet, another magician who is the brother of Fred Doucet the former Chief of Staff to Brian Mulroney. Gary Oulett died of a sudden heart attack in 2002.
Moores, the former Premier of Newfoundland, was a drinking pal of Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, and is believed to have been behind the Airbus bribery scandal that destroyed Mulroney's reputation.
Fred Doucet, the brother of Gerald Doucet, was a lobbiest who effectively lobbied Canada's Minister of Environment, Lucien Bouchard, to introduce legislation that, if passed, would have granted W.CW. Water Enterprises Ltd. a Canadian bulk water export monopoly. It is probable that Fox was intimately involved in that straetegy that was a clear violation of US-Anti Monopolistic trade practice laws and that - like conspiracy to export drugs - is an extradictable offence.
Is is also interesting to learn that Fox's business partner, Moores was married to Conservative Senator, Janice Johnson, who was reported to be a best friend of Margaret Annett the president of W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd.
In 2003, Fox returned to politics as a senior member of Paul Martin's transition team and, in 2004, Fox was appointed principal secretary to Canadain Prime Minister, Paul Martin who was a player in the cover up of the Water War Crimes. Martin inserted two Water War Crimes insiders, Ujjal Dosanjh and Stephen Owen, to his cabinet.
Fox was an early prominent supporter of former Liberal leader Michael Ignatief who also refused to blow the whistle on the Water War Crimes. Ignatief could not blow the whistle because he was himself linked to the Water War Crime through Gerry Lenoski, a Liberal Party organizer and former employee of W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd, and Peter Donolo, the former media relations advisor to Prime Minister Jean Chretien who left Chretien to join Strategic Counsel, a lobbying firm operated by Allan Gregg, a former director of W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd.
These are some of the reasons to believe Senator Fox may have resigned because he played a role in the Water War Crimes and that role is increasingly exposed as the Water War Crimes lawsuit moves foreward and continues to stir up controversey in Canada.