Financial Windfall for Canada
The estimated benefits to the Canadian taxpayers are .....
Savings in Judicial Pensions
A Grave Yard of Cash
Judicial pensions in Canada are exceedingly high and vary depending on years of service and salary. Federally appointed judges generally receive an annuity of two / thirds of their salary at the time of retirement if they stay on the bench for 15 years.
For example, former Federal Court Chief Justice Alan Lutfy, who is alleged to have fixed the case against Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs, was rewarded with a pension of $210,000 per year for the rest of his life. If he lives to 81, which is the average male life expectancy in Canada, Mr. Lutfy would collect a staggering $2.94 million dollars from the Canadian taxpayer as a result of his alleged cheating on the bench.
If he should go to jail for crimes committed on the bench, be murdered in order to silence him or die from a shame and guilt induced disease, that pension would terminate. If his spouse survived him she would receive an annuity of one half the amount. So, from the taxpayers point of view, the best result would be that Mr. Lutfy go to jail and die shortly after he is committed thereby saving on confinement costs and leaving no benefit for his spouse but murder or a shame and guilt induced disease would still result in a significant savings to the taxpayer savings.
In the case of British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Robert Edwards, who died from a sudden heart attack (probable murder) at age 64 in 2007 when his crimes in as Deputy Minister to the B.C. Attorney General and as a Judge office were exposed, instead of living to collect a pension for which he was eligible at age 65, the savings would have been over 16 years and, if we assume a $200,000 per annum annuity, the savings have been about $1 million to date and will be another another $2.2 million when he would have reached his expected death date in 2023. If he lived to a ripe old age of ninety or greater, as some judges do, the savings amount to over $5 million.
Whoever murdered Justice Robert Edwards did the Canadian taxpayer a big favour but he would likely not have done the taxpayers that favour had not Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs filed the court papers that exposed Edwards as a key criminal in the Water War Crimes. prompting insiders to murder him as we beleive to be the case.
So far, there have been twelve guilty judges who died before their expected death dates as a result of these web pages and the two lawsuits. If we assume an average savings of $2 million in judicial pensions per judge, a conservative figure, Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs will have saved the taxpayers a staggering $24 million dollars in saved judicial pensions alone. However, two of those judges were with the British Columbia Provincial Court so part of the savings, about $4 million, accrues to the British Columbia taxpayer.
Of course, this is only a rough estimate but the reader can see how these two community minded citizens have benefitted their community by exposing judicial corruption in Canada and other Canadians should be encouraged to do likewise so that James Flaherty and Stephen Harper can continue wearing those great big smiles.
The reader should also note that, with the exception of Michel Trudeau, there are 21 others persons buried in the Graveyard of the Guilty whose early deaths resulted in saved pension costs to the taxpayers. A conservative figure for these avoided pension costs is estimated to be about $1 million each or $20 million overall.
These figures do not include the incalcuable amount of money saved from persons who have not yet died but who were forced to abandon their jobs when their corruption was exposed.
Civil Service Pensions Savings
Most of the civil servants forced to take early retirement or who dropped dead were or had been at a senior level with long years of service.
In such cases, the pension is calculated as a percentage of the average of the last five years of employment (usually a person's years of highest earnings). In the case of Douglas Hyndman, the President of the British Columbia Securities Commission, such a calculation would resulted in a pension of something close to $350,000.00 per year because his salary in his last year of employment was about $525,000.00.
These are admittedly rough figures but the message is the same.
Douglas Hyndman has not been murdered, . . . yet, and, to our knowledge, he has not developed a guilt or shame inspired terminal disease but God has a mysterious way of punishing the wicked and, based on his job description, Hyndman is ripe for either scenario. If Hyndman died a mere twenty years before his expected death date the savings would be in the range of $6 million.
However, two very guilty civil servants who did retire and who subsequently died after their involvement in crime was published on this web site and published in court documents were former lawyer and British Columbia Deputy Minister of Mines, Jack Ebbels, and former lawyer and Deputy Minister to the Attorney General, Gillian Wallace. Both occupied positions that paid in range of $150,000 to $200,000.
Jack Ebbels died at age 61 and could have been expected to have lived well past 81 due to his occupational status and other factors. So, conservatively, the British Columbia government pension plan saved about $2 million dollars as a result of Jack Ebbels being murdered, as we believe he was, in order to shut him up.
The savings arising from teh death of Gillian Wallace would be slightly higher because she was a woman and had a higher life expectancy. We are uncertian of how old Gillian Wallace was when she died but it was probably around age 60 which means the savings to the British Columbia civil service pension plan were over $2 million.
Everytime a crooked judge or crooked civil servant dies before his or her time, the benefits to the Federal and Provincial Government are enormous which explains the big smiles on Finance Minister Flaherty and British Columbia Premier Christy Clark when they are asked about the Water War Crimes web site.
The Editors are also pleased to advise that average Canadinas are cheering, applauding and celebrating in great numbers as the learn that, not only will they be saving tax money, but that a crooked judge or crooked civil servant has been removed from his or her position and they will not longer be in a position to cause harm to average citizens.
Some of the judges involved, not all, we well known bad actors who inflicted a lot of harm on a lot of people and Canadian society is far better off without them which a good reason to celebrate, of itself, and without any financial windfall.
The great service for Canada that Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs have provided is that they achieved both a financial windfall for all Canadians and a clean out of crooked judges and dirty civil servants at the same time.