Thursday, February 20, 2014

Judicial Treason Strikes Again



Just when you thought you's seen it all and the courts couldn't go any lower, they out do themselves and descend to a new low in treason. The Vancouver Province is reporting that a B.C. Provincial Court judge in Vancouver has ruled that a one-year mandatory minimum sentence for drug trafficking recently introduced by the federal government is a violation of the Charter of Rights and declared it "of no force and effect."

Joseph Galati should be hanged. Now. Every judge is bound by the law. Whenever a judge makes a ruling they must cite the law or the jurisprudence to support their interpretation of the law. They do not have the authority to create laws. So tell me Master Treason, what clause in the Charter of Rights was violated? None!

The Charter of Rights, like the US Bill of Rights, guarantees civil liberty. Freedom from unnecessary searches and seizures is a charter right. The right to due process, a speedy trial and legal representation are charter rights. Selling crack is not a charter right. Joseph Galati has committed a criminal act by misinterpreting the law. He needs to be removed from the bench and go directly to jail. Right now.

His claim that selling crack is a charter right is not only false but absurd. Keeping him on the bench after making such a brazen act of criminal negligence would be treason. Just ask the Aldergrove Judicial Review Board: Judges are the Problem. If we aren't going to fix the injustice system by making judges elected, we have to put a mechanism in place to remove bad judges because the current system is failing and needs to be fixed. This is the perfect example.



Selling crack is the root cause of the Vancouver gang war. Failing to address that is treason.

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