Saturday, May 27, 2017

JUSTICE TEMPORARILYPREVAILS WITH ASTOUNDING COURT DESISION IN PASTULA FARM CASE

Suzanne Anton and brother Jonathon
On May 24, 2017, a full panel of three judges of the British Columbia Court of Appeal astounded all observers by granting Gordon and Catherine Pastula permission to continue their appeal of the March 14, 2017 verdict of Justice Gregory Fitch that had denied them the right to appeal the October 4, 2016 judgement of Justice Trevor Armstrong.  

Click here to read March 14, 2017 verdict of Justice Fitch

Click here to read October 3, 2016 verdict of Justice Armstrong

Prince Phillip
The surprising turn around came only a few days after the voters of British Columbia removed Attorney General Suzanne Anton (May 9 2017) from her high office and a few days after world wide Freemason gang leader, Prince Phillip, (May 4 2017) was removed from any more official duties at Buckingham Palace. 

The Freemasons are a notorious criminal gang operating inside the British Columbia and Canadian court systems and most of the British Commonwealth where they have caused a lot of problems stealing property and ruining lives by their false judgments.

The removal of Prince Phillip took place shortly after Queen Elizabeth and her staff were advised of widespread judicial manipulation in the British Columbia courts that included the case of Gordon and Catherine Pastula. 

Click here to read more about the reason why Prince Phillip was fired.

Peter Morris
Peter Morris who secretly acquired the mortgage over Pastula Farm from Antrim Investments of Langley, B.C., was stunned. 

Morris had already instructed his lawyer, Jonathan Williams, the brother of Suzanne Anton, to take title from the farmers by a court application that was set for a hearing in the Supreme Court in Nanaimo on May 31, 2017.

That application is now stayed pending the result of the appeal which will be back in the Court of Appeal in September 2017.

The Editors have reviewed evidence that Antrim was embarked on as plan to mislead the court when it sold its position to Morris.

In the Editors opinion, Morris  knew perfectly well that he was using the court to carry out fraud and he has never denied the allegation of fraudulent intent in any court filings.

The whole matter has been reported to the RCMP with a request that criminal charges be brought against Antrim, Peter Morris and the two lawyers involved in putting the deal together, Vancouver lawyer Brian Markus and Duncan lawyer William Younie a close friend of former Attorney General Suzanne Anton.

Compliments to Court of Appeal Justices Mary Saunders, Mary Newbury and David Tysoe for allowing the appeal to proceed and having the integrity and wisdom to administer some justice in the court system of British Columbia.

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