|Is BC Hydro a criminal organization?|
It sure looks that way.
We will tell you the facts and you, the reader, can be the judge.
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When your secret objective is to take over a man's property through a devious conspiracy, you better make sure that he does not have the resources to fight you and this is where BC Hydro comes in because, in August 2010, when the Pacific Rim Resort was being vandalized and terrorized, BC Hydro broke down fences, went through a locked gate and destroyed the only access bridge to the English family's other business location where Jack English had 600 campsites that could be put to use to earn revenue to fight his enemies.
This parcel of land was not mortgaged to secure the Mission Creek mortgage, so Jack English and his family were free to use it for business purposes without being tied up by mortgage foreclosure proceedings where, in Jack English's opinion, his own lawyers were now sabotaging him. (More about lawyer sabotage will be reported later).
Jack English caught BC Hydro in the act.
According to Jack English, initially, BC Hydro "acted like good guys" and said they would repair the bridge but, then, in the Editors opinion, they engaged in a devious "bait and switch strategy" that was cleverly designed to ruin Jack English by attempting to drive him into bankruptcy.
The location on the creek where the bridge had been before it was destroyed by BC Hydro is shown in the photo. At high tide, the creek is full of water.
When Jack English asked for payment, BC Hydro refused.
For two years, Jack English asked for payment for expenses incurred at the request of BC Hydro and for BC Hydro to replace the bridge destroyed by BC Hydro employees.
For two years, BC Hydro assisted BCIMC to acquire the resort property at fire sale prices because, if BC Hydro had paid Jack English the money it owed him and BC Hydro had rebuilt the bridge its employees destroyed, as they promised and are legally obligated to do, Jack English would have been able to pay out Mission Creek mortgage and BCIMC and its subsidiary, Parkbridge, would never have been able to buy the resort property at fire sale prices of 20 cents on the dollar.
Was BC Hydro a part of a criminal conspiracy?
You may wish to ask Raymond Aldeguer (sown in photo on left) their legal counsel in Vancouver. Ray can be reached at 604 623 4514
The key issue is, in deciding if a crime was committed, is motive and it sure looks like BC Hydo had a motive because BC Hydro is wholly owned by the Government of British Columbia and all of is employees have their pensions managed by BCIMC and Doug Pearce - who we believe were the masterminds behind the conspiracy to acquire the Pacific Rim Resort property at fire sale prices, i.e. 20 cents on the dollar - and all of those employees would receive a benefit if BCIMC / Parkbridge acquired the resort property at below market values.
And, to make matters worse, to this very day, BC Hydro refuses to settle its bills and is deliberately dragging out a court case as part of what can best be characterized as a deliberate strategy to ruin Jack English, a private entrepreneur who paid taxes for over 30 years to the same government that is now trying to destroy him. The Editors have watched government paid lawyers and civil servants, in British Columbia, do this kind of thing before in many cases. The lawyers and civil servants have no stake in the proceeding so they deliberately delay meritorious cases, ruin private entrepreneurs and get paid with taxpayers money at the same time.
When Jack English attempted to resolve the matter by contacting the Minister in harge of BC Hydro, Bill Bennett, (shown in photo on right) who is no relation to the former Premiers of British Columbia, he got the run around.
Bill Bennett is a lawyer and represents the area of Cranbrook in the British Columbia legislature.
It is not yet understood if Bill Bennett is deliberately avoiding the issue or if his staff are deliberately hiding information from him.
When Jack English attempted to resolve the matter by contacting the Deputy Premier, Rich Coleman, (shown in photo on left) he got the run around. However, Rich Coleman was the minister in charge of BC Hydro when BC Hydro employees destroyed the access bridge to the English family second campground with 600 sites that would have provided the English family with the funds to resist the plundering if its main resort and campground site by BCIMC and Parkbridge, so, Rich Coleman had a conflict of interest and he may have approved the use of BC Hydro employees to assist BCIMC the company that manages his pension plan.
The Editors believe that British Columbia will not be a safe place to do business until the criminals behind this conspiracy are put in jail for a long, long, time .