Sunday, November 18, 2012

Is the Canadian Judicial Council's business model broken?

Good Day Readers:

After closely observing the Douglas Inquiry that has turned into a legal train wreck, the case of federally appointed British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Mary Marvyn Koenigsberg and the leading edge research of Vancouver-based researcher Chris "Mr. Googles" Budgell on its complaints process the answer can only be a resounding "Yes!"

Kari Simpson won a long, protracted defamation lawsuit that made it all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada. In 2004 then Justice William Binnie wrote that she was the victim of "Roadkill" thus was born the web-based radio station that has since gone international.
But it doesn't end there. Ms Simpson through is lobbying for a Parliamentary Inquiry into the judicial handling, or more correctly mishandling, of her case.

But there's more. As you will see in the YouTube video below she is trying to facilitate fundraising for court cases where the playing field is uneven. Given the federal government is handing out the Queen's Jubilee Medals like candy these days this lady deserves about half a dozen.

And to British Columbia's legal establishment. If you have "touched" this file and acted inappropriately, you should be afraid of this lady you should be very afraid.

Clare L. Pieuk

Kari Simpson and Ron Gray focus your attention on three deserving causes. These people are working diligently for all of us so we should support them as best we can.

Got a legal case you think should be publicly supported? Ms Simpson can be contacted at


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