|Of those behind the crimes described here.|
These crimes are believed to have been part of a criminal conspiracy carried out by agents British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCIMC) and its subsidiary Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities Inc. (Parkbridge).
Reward posters have been posted in the Tofino area but, as soon as they are posted, they are torn down.
It is obvious that some people in the local area know some of the people involved in the crimes that were committed
However, it is probable that people in the local area were agents of people in Victoria, Vancouver, and Calgary.
Calgary is the company headquarters of Parkbridge and Doug Pearce is a graduate of the University of Calgary.
There have been several crooked scams involving the British Columbia government that are linked to Calgary.
For example, former Deputy Minister of Energy British Columbia, Jack Ebbels, was reputed to take bribes from Calgary business people in exchange for oil and natural gas deals.
Jack Ebbels died from a sudden heart attack a month after information about his bribe taking was posted on the internet. The heart attack looked suspiciously like a murder.
Click here to read the Jack Ebbels obituary.
Click here to read about the probable murder of Jack Ebbels
If you are an insider who has knowledge of who committed these crimes contact Jack English at email@example.com or by telephone at
Mailing address: P.O. Box 570, Tofino, B.C., V0R 2Z0
The Editors of this blog believe that blowing the whistle may best way to save your life because in other cases insiders who have not blown the whistle have been murdered.
THESE ABOVE PICTURES ARE ONLY SOME OF THE CRIMES COMMITTED
The crimes began in 2010 shortly after the property was put in foreclosure and Mission Creek Mortgage company was granted exclusive conduct of the sale. This meant that Jack English was not allowed to market his own property. Jack English believes his own lawyer sabotaged him. This is a common practice in British Columbia where the legal profession is riddled with corruption.
The criminal conspiracy against him was carried out like a military operation, involving employees of BC Hydro (a government owned company) who destroyed his access bridge to his secondary property with over 600 campsites thereby cutting off an alternative source of revenues. BC Hydro Vice President David Lebeter and former Chariman Dan Doyle, who is Premier Christy Clark's Chief of Staff are key suspects and / or witnesses in the criminal conspiracy.
The Municipality of Tofino denied Jack English a business licence, cut off his sewer services and imposed illegal retroactive development costs charges on of his 450 campsites on the main property.
All of these government employees had their pensions managed by BCIMC, the owner of Parkbridge, and it is agents of these companies who are believed to be the ring leaders in the criminal conspiracy against the English family.
The campaign of vandalism included 30 attacks on his property, three of which involved fire bombing of resort buildings. Most of the attacks appear to have come from the ocean thereby avoiding being detected by locals who might have seen strange vehicles parked nearby in a small community.
The land is not part of any special Native land claim and Jack English and his family have enjoyed cordial and respectful relations with the local native community. Readers should understand that most of the land mass of British Columbia is subject to Native land claims and violent attack by Natives are unheard of.
The attempt to blame the Natives is a characteristic tactic of insiders with the BC Government to cover up their own crimes and Government legal departments connected with Native affairs have a reputation for corruption.
The case gets more complicated and also involved an abuse of court procedures.
The judge in the foreclosure proceeding recognized that the property had a unique value and would take time to properly market but Parkbridge and Mission Creek secretly colluded to prevent the property being properly marketed on the open market.
The evidence of this collusion will be posted later but involved an agreement by Mission Creek that it "... shall not enter into or continue negotiations with any other person for the sale of the property not enter any negotiations with other interested buyers".
Such an agreement is contrary to the implicit terms of the court order and may involve a criminal contempt of the court proceedings because it is was a clear attempt to prevent open competition in what was supposed to be an open market auction type sale to the highest bidder. Legal research has determined that the agreement between Parkbridge and Mission Creek appears to have been a clear attempt to obstruct the course of justice contrary to section 139 (2) of the Criminal Code of Canada and, if found guilty, Parkbridge and Mission Creek may be facing 10 years imprisonment.
The combined effect of these activities, all apparently carried out by government employees or their agents, was to prevent the land from being properly marketed and to use the court system to deliver title to a Parkbridge, a company indirectly owned by British Columbia Government employees, through BCIMC, at a distress sale price of $16 million which paid out the mortgage and mortgage company's legal bills but was about $45 million lower that the $60 million lower than the appraised value and left not a dime for Jack English and his family who bought the property over 30 years ago.