Thursday, October 15, 2015

Chief Justice Hinkson To Investigate Judicial Officers in Legal Corruption Case

Chief Justice Hinkson
According to sources inside the Vancouver courthouse, Christopher Hinkson, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, has been asked by Gordon and Catherine Pastula, to investigate the corruption allegations against Supreme Court of British Columbia Masters Grant Taylor and Catherine Bouck in a foreclosure case where two lawyers, Brian Markus and William Younie,Q.C., are under investigation by the Law Society of British Columbia and accusations of fraud and the withholding of material evidence with intent to mislead the court have been leveled at the lawyers and their clients, Antrim Investments Ltd of Langley British Columbia and 1026238 BC, Ltd. owned by Duncan area residents, Peter Morris and his wife.

The Law Society investigation was initiated in early September, 2014, and, if the investigation follows usual Law Society practice, it will be dragged for as long as possible in order to protect the lawyers and the Law Society insurance funds.

Justice Hinkson was made Chief Justice of the Supreme Court by Prime Minister Stephen Harper  Supreme Court on November 7, 2013 after serving as a Court of Appeal Justice from March 19, 2010 and a Supreme Court Justice since March 2, 2007.  The dates of his various appointments are a reflection of his strong Conservative Party roots. According to former BC surgeon, Dr. John David Kuntz, M. D., Justice Chris Hinkson was a key played in one of the greatest of lawyer and judge corruption in Canada that bilked the Canadian health care system of many millions of dollars while destroying one of Canada's most brilliant young surgeons who invented spinal disk replacement surgery a medical treatment that has helped crippled walk around the world.

The investigation to be carried out by Chief Justice Hinkson follows the recommendation of Premier Christy Clark made in the letter of her legal counsel, Kurt Sandstrom, Q.C., which was posted on this blog on October 9, 2015. (See October 9 2015 post below.)

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