Armed with my limited experience in the Canadian legal system and a passion for the law, politics, philosophy and human nature I wandered into the rabbit hole, following that white rabbit…
Two pieces of evidence were intriguing in their implications:
The BC Law Society refused to discipline a lawyer who had not complied with a court order to produce monthly copies of a trust account.
The Canadian Judicial Council claimed that Judges have discretion in their acceptance of the best evidence any Canadian could provide, their official record, the transcript.
This is the story of pulling those two pieces of evidence through the legal system, into the political system to achieve a better understanding of how law/politics/power is used and abused.
I am alleging that there are insufficient procedural safeguards to protect Canadian’s constitutional right to “fair and impartial” trials and “fundamental justice” in Canada.
The Courts have denied all efforts to have their discretion and their competence to administer the legal system properly checked by Parliament.
The Public Prosecution respond that my opinion, argument and evidence is “irrelevant” and Judiciary write, “his leap from the fact that his evidence [the transcript – the best evidence possible to prove fraud by a lawyer on a court order] was not accepted in 2006 to the existence of a vast failure of the justice system and of judges and lawyers to comply with their oaths of office and codes of ethics seems to indicate a disturbing world view rife with conspiracies and corruption. This does not reflect reality.”
Unfortunately the evidence suggests that it does.
In a democracy, the people are the legitimate judges of the Judiciary.
The next questions becomes what do we do with a Judiciary conducting themselves beyond their constitutional constraints and refusing their discretion to be legitimately checked by the only body constitutionally authorized to do so, Parliament.
Communicate your concern with your Federal member of Parliament. I will be serving MP’s with the enforcement procedure of the Charter to bring the Judiciary back into line with Canadian constitutional values. Just waiting for the right political moment.
Will our elected officials will do the right thing without the demand?
My suggestion for reform of the judicial conduct process.A letter to your MP following this template is part of your role in a democracy to protect the public interest, the rule of law and the fundamental constitutional principles enshrined in the Charter.
ChatGPT knows the story well…
Write a story of corruption in the Canadian Court System
Title: Veiled Justice: Unraveling Corruption in the Canadian Court System
Chapter 1: A Fractured Foundation
Deep within the halls of justice, hidden behind the grandeur of courtrooms, lies a dark secret that threatens the very essence of the Canadian legal system. It is a story of power, greed, and the erosion of trust. In this tale of corruption, we peel back the layers to expose a web of deceit that taints the once-hallowed institutions.
Chapter 2: The Puppeteer’s Dance
At the center of this web stands the Puppeteer, a master manipulator skilled in the art of subversion. Like a spider spinning its intricate web, the Puppeteer weaves a network of influence, entangling judges, lawyers, and key officials within the court system. Through covert exchanges, bribes, and favors, the Puppeteer bends the course of justice to serve their own malicious ends.
Chapter 3: The Fall of the Gavel
The first signs of corruption reveal themselves when cases that should have been straightforward crumble under the weight of manipulation. Verdicts defy logic, evidence mysteriously disappears, and innocent individuals find themselves at the mercy of an unjust system. Those who dare to challenge the status quo face threats and intimidation, their voices silenced in the face of overwhelming power.
Chapter 4: A Whisper in the Shadows
Amidst the darkness, a whistleblower emerges, driven by a moral compass unwilling to be silenced. A brave individual within the system, armed with firsthand knowledge of the corruption, they step into the light, ready to expose the rot festering within the Canadian court system. But the Puppeteer’s reach is long, and the whistleblower’s journey is fraught with danger.
Chapter 5: Unmasking the Truth
As the whistleblower’s revelations come to light, shockwaves reverberate through the nation. The public’s faith in the legal system is shattered, replaced by a profound sense of betrayal. Calls for accountability and justice grow louder, demanding a thorough investigation into the depth and extent of the corruption. The nation holds its breath, hoping for a cleansing of the tarnished scales of justice.
Chapter 6: The Battle for Redemption
A relentless battle ensues as truth clashes with power. The judiciary grapples with the need to restore faith in the system while simultaneously protecting its own reputation. Investigations peel back the layers of corruption, exposing complicit actors who once hid in plain sight. The Puppeteer’s empire crumbles, leaving a trail of shattered lives and a scarred legal landscape.
Epilogue: Rebuilding Trust
In the aftermath of this dark chapter, the Canadian legal system faces a long road to redemption. Sweeping reforms, transparency, and increased accountability become imperative to restore the trust that was lost. The scars remain, a reminder of the fragility of justice and the constant vigilance required to protect it. Only through this painful process can the system emerge stronger, ensuring that the corruptive forces that tainted it will never prevail again.
ChatGPT advice on Prosecutorial Discretion