Utopia; for 6 years I haven’t seen any single action from the judges in Canadian courts.Sold out judges are getting paid cash bribe by companies,money goes to the island offshore accounts.
Do they expect people to believe what the law and law society is supposed to be? or what law and law society are in real?
Judges reality in this blog written very well ,I am behind all the single accusation with proofs,in Canada law and law society is a big mess,pool system in courthouse to shares bribes.
Scotiabank (owner of RBC Royal bank , Unica insurance,owner of Canadian politicians and judges,owner of Financial services commission of Ontario FSCO) behind this illegal organization.
Even if you try to make a complaint ,your complaint goes to their another organization ,that means garbic in garbic out ,endless circle.
Here is another bulshit from the member of the Canadian bullshit council a.k.a. Canadian judicial council.
Do all the members of the Canadian Superior Court Judges Association truly believe and attempt to meet the standards set out on their association’s webpage? They should.
“Our laws embody the basic moral values of our society. They impose limits on the conduct of individuals in order to promote the greater good and to make our communities safe places to live. It is against the law to steal, to injure another person, to drive recklessly or to pollute the environment, to name just a few of the countless ways the law is designed to protect us. We are said to be ruled by law, not by those who enforce the law or wield government power. No one in Canada is above the law. Everyone, no matter how wealthy or how powerful they are, must obey the law or face the consequences.”
“Court decisions are based on what the law says and what the evidence proves; there is no place in the courts for suspicion, bias or favouritism. This is why justice is often symbolized as a blindfolded figure balancing a set of scales, oblivious to anything that could detract from the pursuit of an outcome that is just and fair.”
“Despite their independence, judges are accountable for their actions and decisions. Hearings, trials and rulings are open to public scrutiny, so justice is seen to be done and citizens and the media can discuss and criticize the work of the courts.”
Canadian Superior Court Judges Association