Tuesday, March 19, 2013

CyberSmokeBlog didn't win the $10,000 reward but got its "30 seconds" of fame ..... close but no cigar!

Ron Gray presents big cash incentives to those of you who want to help Beverley McLachlin maintain her lies about Kari Simpson. Chief Bevy's fate is in your hands, folks, since failure to prove her lies will mean she will have to resign from the court! You see, contrary to the legal requirement of proving a case involving libel, defendant Rafe Mair failed to provide any foundation for his lies, admitting that he never even heard Kari Simpson speak on the issues central to the case. But Chief Bevy decided to believe Mair's unfounded lies and went a step further by publishing his lies as the "factual" basis of her decision.

Here's the deal: Produce verifiable evidence (not hearsay or more lies) that makes any of these lies true. This is your chance - 4 chances, actually - to make big money by merely proving what Rafe Mair, Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, and the 2008 Supreme court of Canada (the panel that presided over Simpson's case) say about Kari Simpson. Simply prove to us and to the world that Kari Simpson led the opposition to the infamous "3 Books" in Surrey, or that she's "opposed to any positive portrayal of the gay lifestyle" or that she's "intolerant of homosexuals" and/or is anti-gay, or for the really big money - that the Supreme Court of Canada has any right to change a legal test and then use the new test to make a finding without letting the parties know the legal test they have to meet.

So far it's looking bad for Chief Justice Bevy. Since no one is stepping up with the evidence, she should start packing up her office. Canadians will not tolerate a liar and an arrogant, out-of-touch cheat for a Chief Justice of the high court!
Good Day Readers:
Well, as you saw CyberSmokeBlog didn't win the $10,000 reward, however, unlike the Canadian Bar Association CSB is not a crybaby.
"Judge Ron" of Drive For Justice ruled CyberSmokeBlog's use of The Chretien Doctrine of a Universal Proof was a little too circuitous.
This time CSB is going after the $100,000 Whopper Reward!
To prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Chief Justice Beverley "The Fossil" McLachlin and her Supreme Court colleagues acted properly at all material times in WIC Radio Limited and Rafe Mair versus Kari Simpson, CyberSmokeBlog will rely upon two fundamental tenets of Canadian law.

The Fossil Rule
"Let me begin by asserting that Canada has a strong and healthy justice system. Indeed, our courts and justice system are looked to by many countries as exemplary. We have well-appointed courtrooms, presided over by highly qualified judges. Our judges are independent and deliver impartial justice, free of fear and favour. The Canadian Judicial Council, which I head, recently issued an information note on the judicial appointments process in which it affirmed these long standing principles on which our justice system is based. Canadians can have confidence that judges are committed to rendering judgment in accordance with the law and based on the evidence. Corruption and partisanship are non-issues. In all these things, we are fortunate indeed." ..... Empire Club of Canada Toronto, March 8, 2007

The Justice RoadKill Law

Former Supreme Court Justice William Binnie wrote the decision in the 2003 Mair and WIC versus Simpson case.
Justice RoadKill is best remembered for his $400,000 plus review (last year) of a contentious New Zealand multiple-murder trial for the country's Federal Department of Justice. Minister Judith "Crusher" Collins crushed both Justice RoadKill and his Report.
An infuriated Crusher Collins shown here with Justice RoadKill's car shortly after receiving his Report

Join CyberSmokeBlog in its quest for the $100,000 Whopper Reward.

Clare L. Pieuk


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