SUPREME COURT OF CANADA
PROTECTS CRIMINALS - DUCKS DUTY
A panel of three judges, Fish, Lebel and Cromwell reviewed the application. Justices Fish and Lebel were appointed to the Court by the government of Prime Minister Jean Chretien who isd one of the Defendants in the case while Justice Cromwell had been an assistant to former Chief Justice, Antonio Lamer another Defendant in the case. Cromwell was appointed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper whose government has used every trick in the book to prevent the case from being heard in a court of law.
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The Supreme Court of Canada is led by Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin who was appointed to her position in January 2000, by Canada's notorious Prime Minister, Jean Chretien, who was driven from office due to corruption issues. Immediately after she was appointed, Chief Justice McLachlin became a participant in the Water War Crimes by allowing the Canadian Judicial Council to make false and fraudulent statements to the public in order to protect the criminals operating inside Canada`s judicial and legal systems. Beverley McLachlin is named as a Defendant in the case for her role in this massive fraud on the Canadian pulbic.
Canada's antiquated system of justice is based on the corrupt English model of a politically appointed judiciary where judges protect the politicians and bureaucrats who appoint them and pay them. Judges of the Supreme Court of Canada are paid approximately $230,000.00 per year and consistently refuse to hear cases involving allegations of government corruption by leading politicians. Canadian judges receive no specialized education or training and are selected from the Canadian legal profession that is widely viewed as corrupt by average Canadians.
When asked for comment Mr. Carten stated:
"This decision comes as no surprise. Witnesses and judges have been murdered. There are now 30 dead linked to this case. The key suspect in the murders is the government. Judges Lebal, Cromwell and Fish were obviously afraid for their lives. Every court in Canada is afraid of this case. I don't blame them. Judges have, literally, run out of the courtroom. It is a sad day for justice, in Canada, when judges refuse to do justice because of a fear of retaliation."
Click here to read about the 30 dead at the Graveyard of the Guilty.