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A Multi-Million Dollar Sham Called The Oppal Inquiry Into
Missing Women in British Columbia?
December 22, 2012. Robin Mathews
Have British Columbians been taken to the cleaners?Has
what might be called a total con-job been done on them … to say nothing
of the murdered women victimized over years in Vancouver’s Downtown
Eastside and elsewhere in B.C.?
the police, the judiciary, the press, the Christy Clark/Shirley Bond
government and the NDP Opposition all involved in staging, or assenting
to, an elaborate, expensive, tax-payer funded Hoax?
Probably.That’s how things go in British Columbia.
is normal procedure in British Columbia where the population is too
passive, too accepting, too gullible to prevent major con-jobs.Some still remember what we may fairly call the murder of Robert Dziekanski in 2007.That is more than five years ago.Murder charges should have been laid within two weeks of the act.Three officers were charged with perjury in May 2011, four years later.
Nothing else has happened going on for six years.
In 2003 a Special Prosecutor was appointed to conduct the BC Rail, Basi, Virk, and Basi matters.The appointment was an opulent violation of legislation.The illegitimate appointment erases ALL the work done on the BC Rail Scandal in the courts.The Special Prosecutor was paid, we are told, $10.7 million for his work.MLA John van Dongen has gone to court to protest at the $6 million paid to the legitimate Defence lawyers.He is presently acting to prove Christy Clark in conflict of interest over the BC Rail Scandal.
is not challenging the illegitimate appointment of William Berardino as
Special Prosecutor nor the payment to prosecution of $10.7 million.
In June 2011, we also know, after a hockey game, some silly, foolish, vandalistic people rioted and broke the law.They
were stupid – but not alleged killers, not alleged perjurers, not
knowing people illegitimately appointing others to lucrative positions.
The rioters have been flowing through the courts with matchless
efficiency.The Vancouver Police
Chief is, apparently, delighted and proud of the millions of your tax
dollars spent to have some 200 people “processed”.
The Rule of Law.But for whom?For the powerless.For the rest – for the powerful and their servants, there is protection from the law at any cost to the taxpayer.Protection. Cover-up. Media approval.Cabinet support.Opposition silence.
What are the questions not answered in the Wally Oppal Missing Women Inquiry?They are simple.What really went wrong?And how did Wally Oppal get appointed?
Second question first.Wally Oppal, I firmly believe, should never, never, never have been appointed.
Oppal was a Supreme Court judge, and an Appeals Court judge, and then
he became Attorney General of B.C. – what we call “the chief law officer
of the Crown”.He had to be one of the best informed people concerning the law in Canada.And yet ….
yet in 2008-2009 he used the Special Prosecutor process improperly to
have charges laid against two of the alleged Bountiful Bigamists. Even
alleged bigamists have the right to live under The Rule of Law.
the Special Prosecutor appointment process – as one of the best
informed legal minds in Canada – Wally Oppal found his actions were
challenged as the trial began.Madam
Justice Sunni Stromberg-Stein agreed a violation had occurred, agreed
Wally Oppal had gone “Special Prosecutor shopping”, declared that the
appointment of the Special Prosecutor was “unlawful”.
That was a very, very damning decision.Stromberg-Stein threw out the case, and her finding was upheld in a subsequent case.
It doesn’t need a top legal mind to know that Wally Oppal should never again, ever, have received a public appointment.But he was given the multi-million dollar Missing Women Inquiry appointment.Reasonable
and prudent Canadians may fairly ask if be was appointed … because he
would be especially owing to the people who appointed him?
We need not answer that question.We may simply repeat he should never have been appointed.
Then the Inquiry questions follow.Women from the Downtown Eastside, we are told, allege a number of things.(1) Police officers sometimes drove the women to the Pig Farm parties.(2) Public figures were sometimes at the parties.(3)
Some women believed some police knew about and approved of “erasing”
troublesome women. (4) Some alleged the Mafia used the Pig Farm to
“disappear” unwanted bodies.
If true, if any of those allegations or suggestions are true, there are people who would want them erased from history.
Surely Wally Oppal should have wanted to know who transported women to the parties.Surely he would have wanted to know who attended the parties. Why didn’t he?Surely
he should have wanted to know if police officers drove women to the
parties, and which police officers (if any) attended parties.Why weren’t those matters front and centre in the Inquiry? Didn’t Wally Oppal want to know those things?
didn’t he want to drive the Inquiry hard, loud, openly and make
absolutely sure police were not involved in the processes of murder?
floated on the Vancouver air that long-term, astonishing, crude and
seamy activities went on: rape, bestiality, murder … and much, much more
– involving more than Willy Pickton.Why
didn’t Wally Oppal press and press in the Inquiry to know if more than
Willy Pickton were involved in the “activities” at the Pig Farm, in the
What a Grand Performance he is capable of: stern rebukes, passionate outpourings, deeply expressed empathy.No
doubt the police (and others) are happy to be called careless,
irresponsible – anything bad … just so long as Oppal avoided what needed
to be avoided: the real questions.
The Inquiry is over.It cost millions of dollars.Lawyers profited. Others profited.The media is hurray’ing.The cabinet is pleased.The Opposition is … silent.
Nothing has been achieved.Wally
Oppal presented recommendations that any school child could have
thought of. The press mulls them over as if they are serious. Wally
Oppal may expect many, many more similar, lucrative appointments.