Madam Justice Gauthier Selected For Water War Crimes Hearing
Federal Court of Canada officials in Vancouver advise that Madam Justice Johanne Gauthier, has been assigned by Chief Justice Lutfy to preside as hearing judge on April 20, 2009, when insiders and former insiders with the Governments of Canada and British Columbia will be making their desparate last stand to prevent the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit from proceeding to trial in Canada's Federal Court.
According to her online biography, Madam Justice Gauthier was born September 11, 1955 in Montréal, Quebec, educated at Collège Michèle Provost, University of Montréal and London School of Economics.
The London School of Economics was establised in London, England, in 1895, by the Fabian Socialist Society in order to encourage the spread of socialism. The most noted Canadian grauduate was Canada's self admitted communist Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau.
WaterWarCrimes Defendant, Anne McLellan, former Canadian Justice Minister and present law partner with Calgary law firm, Bennett Jones, ( a firm curiously linked to the WaterWarCrimes) is also a graduate of the London School of Economics.
Madam Gauthier was called to the Quebec Bar, 1979. She is a past partner with the Montreal law firm of Ogilvy Renault, past executive of the Maritime International Committee, past president for the Marine Advisory Board and the Canadian Maritime Law Association. She was at one time Commissioner for the Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation & Safety Board Act Review Commission. She is a past member of the the Maritime Law Section, Quebec division of the Canadian Bar. Madam Gauthier is a recipient of the Governor General of Canada Gold medal. She was appointed Judge of the Federal Court of Canada, Trial Division and ex officio member of the Federal Court of Canada of Appeal, December 11, 2002, by the Government of Prime Minister Jean Chretien, (another Defendant in the WaterWarCrimes) and appointed a Judge of the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada, February 20, 2003. Since July 2, 2003, the date of the coming into force of the Courts Administration Service Act, she has been a Judge of the Federal Court.
The WaterWarCrimes lawsuit has developed an international following due to the number of witnesses, many of them judges, who have suddenly died. There are now nine judges, two senior civil servants and one politician who suddenly dropped dead as the lawsuit moved forward. All the deceased were in a position to expose some of the inside players in what is now labelled as Canada's Biggest Scandal. (Source)
It appears the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit may have destroyed another legal career at Canada's Department of Justice. According to a letter dated March 29, 2010, signed by Department of Justice legal counsel, Lisa Riddle, former legal counsel on the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit, Melanie Chartier, is no longer with their office.
The departure of Melanie Chartier is surprising because she was was working at the Department of Justice, in Vancouver, as late as March 12, 2010 and gave no indication she was leaving.
Ms. Chartier was junior counsel to former Deputy Minister of Justice John Sims, Q.C., who, on March 15, 2010, announced his departure from the Department of Justice effective April 1, 2010, after allegations that he committed fraud in the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit were published over the internet and circulated around the globe. The reasonable inference is that Ms. Chartier was an accomplice of Mr. Sims in his fraudulent submission and that both had to resign due to their mis-conduct as officers of the Federal Court and employees of the Government of Canada who have an obligation to be honest in the court process.
The case continues and Vancouver lawyer Lisa Riddle has announced that she has replaced Ms. Chartier. (Source)
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