Premier Christie Clark
Murder Conspiracy Deepens
Did that agenda include the murder of Justice Carolyn Layden- Stevenson and 11 other judges in Canada?
The evidence that Premier Christy Clark was ........
A Murdered Judge, A Suicided Lawyer, Premier Christy Clark and Richard Fyfe
We hope we are wrong and we will let the reader be the judge.
In the meantime, we are guided by the legal maxim: "By her silence, she answers yes".
It is patently obvious that Myles Kirvan, the Deputy Minister of Justice for Canada, was forced to take early retirement or be fired after the Prime Minister of Canada learned that Kirvan was responsible for a diabolical legal strategy that led to the murder of a senior Canadian judge, in June, 2012, and the suicide, possible murder, of a federal Department of Justice lawyer, in July, 2012.
The Canadian Prime Minister, after presented with the evidence, did the right thing by getting rid of the Deputy Minister responsible even if Kirvan was not directly involved in the strategy. But, for unexplained reasons, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark refuses to follow the example of the Canadian Prime Minister and retains a suspected murderer on her staff.
Click here to read more about Myles Kirvan, murder and suicide in high government offices
Today, intrepid Britsh Columbia journalist, Alex Tsakumis reports that the documentation surrounding the recent sudden departure Ken Boessenkool, Premier Christy Clark's Chief of Staff was woefully inadequate and failed to meet the most rudimentary standards.
In his blog post of October 31, 2012, Mr. Tsakumis asserts that there is lot more to the Boessenkool departure than Premier Clark and her staff are telling us. He claims they are lying and overing up something really really big. Could it be murder? Mr. Tsakumis, who may be compromised because he once worked for B.C. Premier Bill Vander Zalm, has attempted in the past to discredit the contents of this web site, but he now admits the Boessenkool departure looks extremely strange, a fact the Editors published here over a month ago.
Click here to go to the Boessenkool Affair Cover Up by Alex Tsakumis
Readers of the Water War Crimes newest developments blog will recall, the Editors raised the flag of suspicion about the Boessenkool departure in a post on September 28, 2012, a full month before the story by Mr. Tsakumis.
Click here for September 28, 2012 story on Boessenkool
The following letter to Premier Clark makes the case against Deputy Minister Richard Fyfe and explains why the Editors believe he must be fired.
Based on the record, it now appears that the government lawyers involved in that lawsuit hooked in a Federal Court of Appeal judge thereby setting her up for murder and Premier Clark refuses to fire those lawyers which, in the Editor's opinion, implies she was complicit in the strategy that had to have contemplated murder as an option if anyone failed to keep these issues secret.
The Premier has not responded to the October 22, and October 26, 2012, letters and remains silent on the whole matter.
So, we and our readers must be guided by an ancient legal maxim still that is still used in Canada's courts today:
"By her silence, she answers yes"