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The story of Government Terrorism against the English family is also fast becoming common knowledge in the Native or First Nations Community of Canada that has a deep interest in British Columbia Government corruption and the Treaty Negotiation process.
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|West Coast Native News Covers Terrorism in BC|
The corruption in the Treaty Negotiation process appears connected to the murder of Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel on July 16, 2013 which took place shortly after a Canadian judge, Carolyn Layden Stevenson was murdered on June 27, 2013. The government claims his death was a suicide.
Researchers advise that Noel was closely linked to the Aboriginal Law Section of the Department of Justice in Vancouver and to British Columbia Government lawyer, Hugh Gwillim, who now works with aboriginal law section of the British Columbia Ministry of Justice but who was part of the corrupt gang of lawyers that carried out the legal strategy that resulted in the murder of the judge. Primer Christy Clark refuses to fire the staff lawyers involved and the Deputy Minister responsible although Prime Minister Harper has removed the Minister of Justice, the Deputy Minister of Justice and the Assistant Deputy Minister of Justice who were involved in the corrupt legal strategy.
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