The comments of Ms. Wilson Raybould, are welcome breath of fresh air from the House of Commons where, for decades, members have turned a blind eye to judicial corruption and, with any good luck, the trend will continue and undeserving crooked judges across Canada will face parliamentary scrutiny for their manifest corruption. Such scrutiny is long overdue.
The three judges who lied in their judgment at the Court of Appeal for British Columbia in order to harm John English and his family and protect BC lawyer Greg Harney may soon face a similar call for their removal.
The native or first nations community in Canada has first hand experience with racist, bigoted and corrupt pigs in both the prosecution service and judiciary and, in many parts of Canada, the jails are teeming with natives who were given lengthy jail terms for minor offences while in family courts
paedophile judges regularly rip children from their parents to satisfy the lusts and greed of the child molesting perverts in the government run foster care business.
The RCMP have been sitting on a number of BIG complaints involving British Columbia, in politics, in the civil service, in the legal profession, in the judiciary, in the court administration, and in the RCMP itself which are related to the murder of native women on the Highway of Tears where a prime suspect is an RCMP officer.
On Monday, March 6, 2017 it was announced that the RCMP Commissioner for the whole of frigging Canada, Bob Paulson, would be retiring effective June 1, 2017.
Many members of the community believe there were several flaws in the investigation, that there may have been a cover-up and conspiracy to protect Cst Koester.
Koester was never prosecuted for what many believe was a cold blooded murder