Friday, November 24, 2006

Ms. Turpel-Lafond: It was only a matter of time.

It is a great day for the people of British Columbia, and all the children in B.C. As the truth of what happened to the Ross children in Saskatchewan becomes public knowledge Saskatchewan people will understand why the loss of judge Turpel-Lafond to British Columbia is another sad day for Saskatchewan children and the people of Saskatchewan who have a belief in justice for all.

The Victoria Times Colonist has confirmed that Saskatchewan Provincial court judge, Ms. Turpel-Lafond, will receive final approval by the British Columbia legislature this afternoon as the first representative for children and youth. Ms. Turpel-Lafond will be a independent officer of the British Columbia legislature under a new act that created an advocate for children and families. She will monitor public agencies, and investigate and report on the deaths of children in care.

Sadly Canadians have turn a blind eye to these cases until the child is dead, and then sit on their asses until the next dead child is reported in the media. There are people in Canada who are no longer sitting on their asses. Please visit the Jeffrey Baldwin Memorial Site.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Sheila Rose Steele 1943 - 2006
Sheila Steele passed away on November 11, 2006.

The funeral is Thursday, Nov. 16 at 2pm at a hall next to Mckague’s Funeral Chapel in Saskatoon.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Bring Our Soldiers Home

The first world war was the end of world wars. The second world war was the end of world wars. Both wars left siblings and family to morn the loss of young soldiers. This war leaves Canadian children to morn the loss of their mothers and fathers.

The people of the USA are coming back to their moral values that so many have died for in past wars. This is a religious war that will further divide the world. One does not make friends and influence people by killing their children.

What happened to the United Nations? What happened to the dream for world peace? Fix the problems with the UN or all the blood of Canadians soaked into the fields of Europe and Asia was for nothing.

Religious leaders lacking empathy and morals have others do their dirty work for them. Killing in the name of ones God is a cul-de-sac with no exit. One only has to look at Saskatchewan to see the devastating results of leaving the courts in the control of religious extremists. Children left to be raped, innocent people jailed and lives destroyed all to protect a few religious extremists within Saskatchewan justice who forgot that it is the constitution and the rule of law they swore to protect.

Welcome John Klebuc.

John Klebuc was appointed on October 2, 2006 by Prime Minister Stephen Harper as Saskatchewan’s eighth chief justice. He replaces Edward Bayda who will be seen as overseeing the 25 year slow destruction of the Rule of Law by an administration of justice in the control of corrupt civil servants protected by corrupted judges of The Court of Queens Bench and The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.

Mr Harper previously stated that it will take time to replace the judges appointed by past governments in Canada. The appointment of a Manitoba judge to the Supreme Court of Canada can be seen as a snub to the Saskatchewan hopefuls lined up expecting Mr Harper to appoint a corrupt judge or a religious nut case to the Supreme Court of Canada or as the chief justice of Saskatchewan. I believe that a sitting judge of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal was not chosen as the chief justice respected the wishes held by most people in Saskatchewan.

Hopefully the upcoming decision in Q.B. No. 271 January 31, 1994 will not be a further embarrassment for Saskatchewan justice as was the courts decision in the Ross, Ross and White travesty of justice.

A fair trial for Wilfred Hathway.

The Hathway case in Saskatoon is another example of injustice in Canada. I have no idea if Mr Hathway is guilty or innocent. I have one interest only. A fair trial for Mr Hathway.

When justice takes a wrong turn in Canada it is not the responsibility of non-lawyers paid by Mr Hathway’s family and supporters to represent Mr Hathway in court proceedings. It is the responsibility of the federal justice department.

The administration of justice is corrupt in Saskatchewan. That disturbing statement is not disputed by judges of the Court of Queen’s Bench. If the information posted on injusticebusters about the undercover RCMP officer is true the federal justice department must intervene in the Hathway case.

When high ranking RCMP officers protect the illegal activates of RCMP officers under their command, and this information is known to the pre-trial judges there must be a stay of proceedings or the appointment of a trial judge to hear any further proceedings.

Proceeding will place the administration of justice into disrepute and further damage the creditably of the Court of Queen’s Bench, the RCMP and Saskatchewan justice.

Any investigation must include the publication bans and the actions of the Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench and the Saskatchewan Law Society’s failed attempt to rule by fiat.

The fact that one does not have Charter Rights in Saskatchewan can not be disputed. The practice directives issued by the former Chief Justice of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal during the nineteen eighties were justified by the Chief justice because without his practise directives there would be a flood of non-lawyers wanting into the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, and he did not have the judges or the financial resources to handle the number of Saskatchewan citizens demanding their Charter Right of access to his court. It was an honest statement. It is not just Saskatchewan health and education employees that suffer under a corrupt civil service that is under funded and mismanaged in Saskatchewan.

Mr Hathway’s family should not have to pay thousands to non-lawyers to protect Mr Hathway’s Charter Rights to a fair trial.