E-mail from ministry of justice Ministry of justice and my responds

Re: Correspondence on behalf of the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada

I am not looking for legal advise from the minister or I am not complaining about the decision of my case ,I already complaint about the conducts of judge to CJC so,I am not complaining you about the conduct of a judge,what I am complaining about are FRAUD,CORRUPTION,BRIBERY,DRUG ADDICT JUDGES,COVERING UP THE MESS by CHIEF OF JUSTICE,they became bone in the system ,are you blind or you don’t really want to see,insurance is assigning judges to the cases,what else are you looking for to act.I keep screaming up what ever the tool I find until
You clean this mess.

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On Mar 3, 2015, at 11:06 AM, Ministerial Correspondence Unit – Mailout <Ministerial.CorrespondenceUnit-Mailout@justice.gc.ca> wrote:

Dear Arif:

On behalf of the Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, I acknowledge receipt of your correspondence concerning your complaints about the judges involved in your case.

As Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, Minister MacKay is mandated to provide legal advice only to the federal government. I hope you will understand that, for this reason, he is not able to provide legal advice to members of the public or to become involved in a specific case or situation. Moreover, the independence of the judiciary from the influence of elected officials is a fundamental principle of Canadian law, and neither the Minister of Justice nor departmental officials can comment on or intervene in cases that have been decided by the courts.

As you may know, under sections 63‑69 of the Judges Act, the Canadian Judicial Council is empowered to address complaints relating to the conduct of federally appointed judges. It is important to note that the complaints process relates only to the “conduct” of a judge, which does not usually include a judge’s decisions either during or at the end of a case. Further information regarding the complaints process can be found at http://www.cjc-ccm.gc.ca/english/index_en.asp.

Thank you for writing.

Yours sincerely,

L. Bisson
Ministerial Correspondence Unit


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