|Liar Liz Bennett|
When a liar is caught telling a lie, the liar will either deny it was a lie or avoid dealing with it.
When an honest person, a person of integrity and decent character, makes a mistake and the mistake is brought to their attention, an honest person, a person of integrity and decent character, will examine the mistake carefully, reflect on it and, if they were genuinely wrong, admit it, apologize and make amends.
People make mistakes every day.
There is no shame in it in making an honest mistake, provided no one is harmed.
However, when a liar tells a lie and he or she is caught in it and the lie is fundamental to his or her position, then he or she is in deep trouble. To admit making a lie is to forfeit everything, career, position as a judge, credibility, dignity, respect from one's peers and ultimately self respect.
A liar can deny it but, if the truth is obvious, as it is in the case of the lies told by British Columbia Court of Appeal Justices Elizabeth Bennett, Mary Saunders and Nicole Garson in their scandalously fraudulent judgment given in the case of Gregory N. Harney Law Corporation v Aggleland Holdings Inc and others, then the liar will usually engage in what psychologists call "avoidance coping".
In psychology, avoidance coping, escape coping, or cope and avoid is a maladaptive coping mechanism characterized by the effort to avoid dealing with a stressor. Coping refers to behaviors that attempt to protect oneself from psychological damage.
|Liar Niki Garson|
In response, if the judges had been honest people, persons of integrity and decent character, they would have examined the allegation of a mistake carefully, reflected on it and written about it in their reasons for judgment on the reconsideration motion for all the world to see what it was they had been mistaken upon and, if the mistake was incidental and of no consequence then the judgment would not change and the public would have confidence in their judgment but, if the mistake was fundamental, then they would change the judgment and, again, the public would have confidence in their judgment.
Click here to read the 8 paragraph judgment issued September 28, 2016 on the reconsideration motion and notice that the facts Mr. English claims are incorrect are never referred to.
Remember, that Mr. English is claiming that the amended account was not delivered and served as the judges originally wrote in paragraph 44 of their first judgment.
Click here to read paragraph 44 of the original judgment made June 17, 2016
Unfortunately, British Columbia Court of Appeal Justices Elizabeth Bennett, Mary
|Liar Mary Saunders|
The whole sorry story emerges because British Columbia Investment Management Corporation wants this property, it got this property for pennies on the dollar at an unfair rigged and crooked court sale and they, the Board of Directors, think they don't have to return it to its rightful owners because they are ABOVE THE LAW - and, for now, they are right.
|English Family Resort Property|
This is because BCIMC controls $150 billion in public service pension funds and someone burned down the English family home so BCIMC could get control of the English family property -
|English Family Home Burning|
And someone tried to burn down the business office the same day to get control of the property BCIMC wanted. It was the same day someone burned the pump house but we don't have a photo for that. But three fires, in one day, are no co-incidence.
|English Family Resort Business Office Burnt on Same Day As Their Home|
|Deputy Premier Rich Coleman|
|Suzanne Anton in the middle with the girls (?)|
|A Family Victimized by the State|
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