Monday, October 10, 2005

A Criminal Waste of Time and Money

I will be very interested in following your comments and observations on the Cornwall Inquiry.
Thanks for linking to my web site, D'Amour Road.
As always, best of luck with your struggle. And Happy Thanksgiving :-)

Hi Sigrid

Thank you, and a happy Thanksgiving to you and everyone.

I will place a link on my site for anyone in Canada seeking justice and/or exposing corruption and injustice.

The Cornwall Inquiry hopefully will be a template to follow for other jurisdictions in Canada. In Saskatchewan stays of proceeding, the appeal of the Kvello v. Miazag case, the continuing 12 year persecution of John Lucas and the appeal in the case of one of the Vopni children is A Criminal Waste of Time and Money.

The remaining claimants in the Martensville satanic child abuse case were in Chambers in Saskatoon last Friday. We should be hearing shortly how many millions more this has cost. This leaves the Kvello v. Miazag appeal, the John Lucas case and Q. B. No. 504 of 2001.

Q. B. No. 504 is the Claim of Kathleen Jessica Ross and Michell Mimi Ross v. Brian Dueck, Carol Bunko-Ruys, Board of Police Commissioners of The City of Saskatoon, Province of Saskatchewan, et al.

The Ross twins were used and abused, not only by the Defendants, everyone involved with them, including the wrongly accused, judges, lawyers, doctors and what I find most disturbing the media and the Fifth Estate Scandal of The Century Documentary.

Johanna Lucas was arrested for picketing in front of the Saskatoon Police Station in September, 1993. She was not in anyway involved in the satanic child abuse cases, nor was she picketing to expose the injustice suffered by the people wrongfully charged. She was not suing for damages and there was nothing to be gained personally by her picketing. At the time that she was picketing no one in Saskatoon would have believed what was on her picket sign. It was unthinkable, this could not happen in Saskatoon. A subject so incredible and distasteful that most people would have found it difficult, if not impossible to comprehend.

Her husband John Lucas picketed the following day, he had much the same information on his picket sign as had his wife the day before. He was arrested, they both were placed under court gag orders and were charged with defaming a Saskatoon Police Officer. Mr Lucas was not involved in any way with the child abuse cases and like his wife he did have a reason for picketing, it was not to defame a Saskatoon police officer.

Jailing innocent people who spoke out about judicial corruption that resulted in children being left to be raped should not have happen anywhere in Canada. There is a high cost to pay for judicial corruption and the silence of honourable judges who have failed to protect the independence of the judiciary and the Rule of Law in Saskatchewan. The claim that prosecutors, social workers and police officers perpetrated a fraud on the Court of Queen’s Bench is nothing but hogwash. The abuse of power by a hand full of corrupt judges using the court and the law for their personal vendettas against innocent people, myself included, needs to end in Saskatoon.

Mr Luca's lawyer spoke out about the injustice at his Saskatchewan appeal and his lawyer was told in the Court of Appeal to, “sit down! shut up, and do not say another word”. I will never forget the look on Clayton Ruby’s face when during my researching I watched the video of the Supreme Court of Canada appeal in the Lucas case. I watched as the existing law that was debated and enacted after being subject to the democratic process in the House of Commons by elected MP’s was twisted and changed in the manner used by spin doctors into a law that suited the Justices of the Supreme Court of Canada and Saskatchewan Justice. Another nail in the coffin of freedom of speech in Canada, another insult to Canadians, lawyers and judges included, elected MP‘s and the democratic process by the Justices of the Supreme Court of Canada. This was not the first time.

Patriation Reference (1981):

… “they [the Supreme Court] blatantly manipulated the evidence before them so as to arrive at the desired result. Then they wrote a judgement which tried to lend a fig-leaf of legality to their preconceived conclusion” …
Pierre Trudeau - March 1991

The fact that elected MP’s have failed for years to speak out about corruption within the courts and government of Canada makes we wonder if they are shown a backbenchers seat and told to, “sit down! shut up, and do not say another word.”

The Cornwall Inquiry is the beginning of a healing process. Saskatchewan politicians, provincial and federal can not continue to hide behind the autonomy of the court system and claim an inability to intervene. This is a sad system we have when elected officials can shrug their shoulders and wash their hands of the plight of common citizens. The victims of injustice in Saskatchewan are also deserving of a full judicial inquiry.

I have a lot to be thankful for, the list is endless, I have rented my basement suite, I was able to pay off some of my house tax arrears and my wheels on wheels bill, my trip at the end of the month to the Vancouver Hospital at UBC has been paid for, I live in a great country.

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