Law does not exist in here,judges for sale,arbitrators have no power ,no one cares FSCO(financial services commission of Ontario “fiasco”)is not working,law gets order from big companies and insurance companies,judges are getting order from who ever has money,government doesn’t care about the law ,companies don’t care about the law and decisions of courts,government is managed by big companies,judges are managed and assigned by big companies(example Lederer a.k.a. Drug addict),
Here is the list of Canadian Judicial Council who has no honour
(Jewish drug addict Thomas Lederer back in his job and his condo apartment at Bathurst and Lawrence known as Jewish neighbourhood.This Thomas guy well protected after his drug addiction and his bribery fraud,look at the one of the council member who is involved and accused of same allegation and involvement of fraud Chief of Justice Heather Foster Smith, lol who is investigating who and who is covering up who,what a council that their existence is in fraud.)
Here is the Letter From Canadian Judical Council and the way the cover up of Drug addict Thomas Lederer Who has no honour.
MY QUESTION TO CJC
From: Arif [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: August-17-15 6:29 AM
To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Drug addict Thomas Lederer
I haven’t seen conclusion of this guy case,would you provide me the information about the processing of my complaint against this animal or any conclusion against this drug addict animal.
Note:Your responds will be published on my webpage ,if you don’t responds that will be published on my web page as well.
Personally I believe you guys all have no honour but,Lederer is born with out honour.
Those councils who ever is member ,Lederer is representing them very well so they are in the same basket with Lederer.
You guys are representing law but,you can’t punish one of you that means you don’t obey laws,this action has consequences in the worldwide and my writings are already in international magazine so,country is loosing because you don’t do your job properly,investors will think twice I assure you.
Feedback coming from all over the world and I have been questioned how life is it,how law is working,if there are gangs in the law society or law society is representing gang in Canada ,who is here who is there ,many questions from many countries ,congratulation to you all,you all did good job by representing Canada like this and let the guy like Lederer representing you judges and law society.
Keep biting future of Canada,because of you guys Canada lost many investments don’t blame me for this blame yourself .good job to keep Lederer inside of you.
Conseil canadien de la magistrature
Ottawa, Ontario K1 A OW8
Personal and Confidential
CJC File: 14-0488; 14-0489
9 February 2015
Mr Arif Sahinbay
214-2335 Lakeshore Blvd West
Toronto, Ontario M8V 1B9
By email: arif email@example.com
Dear Mr Sahinbay:
Thank you for your letters of 4 and 5 February 2015 sent to the Council through its website, in which you express your concerns regarding the Honourable A. M. Pollak and the Honourable Heather Forster Smith of the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario. We have also previously exchanged correspondence in November and December 2014 when you wrote to Council about the Honourable T. R. Lederer.
As you will recall from our previous exchange, the mandate of the Canadian Judicial Council includes the review of complaints made about the conduct of federally-appointed judges. Judicial conduct can generally be described as referring to the high standards of personal conduct and behaviour that is expected ofjudges, both in and out of court.
When someone writes to the Canadian Judicial Council with a specific complaint about the conduct of a particular judge, they can be assured that their complaint will be reviewed in a timely manner, in accordance with Council’s Complaint Procedures.
After a thorough review, the Council may make a recommendation that a judge be removed from office in cases where the judge is unable to perform their duties for reasons of age, infirmity, misconduct, failure to execute the duties of the position, or being in a position incompatible with the functions of a judge. Council may also express concern about a judge’s conduct and may, at times, recommend that certain remedial measures such as counselling and training be pursued.
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Again, I wish to note that Council is not a court and cannot intervene in the court process. process.
In your letter, you allege that Justice Pollak switched trials with Justice Lederer when she was supposed to preside over yours. You allege that she was bribed by the insurance company to do so, and did not take responsibility for her duty as a judge. You also allege that Chief Justice Smith failed to do her job properly in her assignment of the judges and protecting the Court’s institutional independence.
Regarding your allegation of bribery, a bare allegation, in and of itself, is not sufficient to engage the Council’s judicial conduct review process. A complaint must provide a valid and rational factual basis that concerns the conduct of a judge before a meaningful review can be done.
Furthermore, I must advise that matters related to the Court’s administrative procedures, including scheduling and the assignment of court matters, do not relate to judicial conduct and do not fall within Council’s mandate to review.
I hope that the above will help clarify the mandate of the Council. Yours sincerely,
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MEMBERS AND STAFF
Canadian Judicial Council and its members.Who have No Honour
Not honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C., C.J.C. (Chairperson)
Not honourable Marc Noël, Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Appeal
Not honourable Paul S. Crampton, Chief Justice of the Federal Court
Not honourable Eugene P. Rossiter, Chief Justice of the Tax Court of Canada
Not honourable Lucie Lamarre, Associate Chief Justice of the Tax Court of Canada
Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada
Not honourable B. Richard Bell, Chief Justice of the Court Martial
Appeal Court of Canada
Not honourable Catherine A. Fraser, Chief Justice of Alberta
Not honourable Neil C. Wittmann, Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta
Not honourable John D. Rooke, Associate Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta
Not honourable Robert Bauman, Chief Justice of British Columbia
Not honourable Christopher E. Hinkson, Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia
Not honourable Austin F. Cullen, Associate Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia
Not honourable Richard J. Chartier, Chief Justice of Manitoba
Not honourable Glenn Joyal, Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Manitoba
Not honourable Shane I. Perlmutter, Associate Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Manitoba
Not honourable Marianne Rivoalen, Associate Chief Justice, Family Division, Court of Queen’s Bench of Manitoba
Not honourable Ernest Drapeau, Chief Justice of New Brunswick
Not honourable David D. Smith, Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s
Bench of New Brunswick
Not honourable J. Derek Green, Chief Justice of Newfoundland and Labrador
Not honourable Raymond P. Whalen, Chief Justice of the Trial Division of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador
Not honourable Louise A. Charbonneau, Senior Judge of the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories
Not honourable J. Michael MacDonald, Chief Justice of Nova Scotia
Not honourable Joseph P. Kennedy, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia
Not honourable Deborah K. Smith, Associate Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia
Not honourable Lawrence I. O’Neil, Associate Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, Family Division
Not honourable Robert Kilpatrick, Senior Judge of the Nunavut Court of Justice George R. Strathy, Chief Justice of Ontario
Not honourable HEATHER J. SMITH , Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Justice (of Ontario)INVOLVED SAME FRAUD WITH DRUG ADDICT THOMAS LEDERER
Not honourable Alexandra Hoy, Associate Chief Justice of Ontario
Not honourable Frank N. Marrocco, Associate Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Justice (of Ontario)
Not honourable David H. Jenkins, Chief Justice of Prince Edward Island
Not honourable Jacqueline R. Matheson, Chief Justice of the Trial
Division, Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island
Not honourable Nicole Duval Hesler, Chief Justice of Québec
Not honourable Jacques R. Fournier, Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Québec
Not honourable Robert Pidgeon, Associate Chief Justice of the Superior
Court of Québec
Not honourable Eva Petras, Associate Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Québec
Not honourable Robert Richards, Chief Justice of Saskatchewan
Not honourable Martel D. Popescul, Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan
Not honourable Ronald Veale, Senior Judge of the Supreme Court of the Yukon Territory