15 Dec Beyond the Justice Camp Debacle: When the Public Asks Judges to be Accountable NSRLP2015-12-15T16:04:12+00:00 By NSRLP NSRLP in the Press 2 Comments The Law Times http://paper.li/lawtimes?edition_id=769af870-93a6-11e5-9333-0cc47a0d15fd Share this post FacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogle +Email Author NSRLP Comments (2) sudokutea Accountability? In our Justice system? I am pursuing a CRIMINAL private prosecution of the ATTORNEY GENERAL OF ONTARIO The Crown has this defense The Applicant’s information failed to allege ‘a person’ committed an indictable offence because the Attorney General (in its capacity as chief law officer) is not ‘a person’ who can be prosecuted criminally. PARLIAMENT OF CANADA & SUPREME COURT SAY NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW http://www.houseshams.com/no-one-is-above-the-law/ Imagine how much accountability we can expect, if these people actually think they are immune to our Criminal Code. December 15, 2015 at 5:50 pm Larry E Doucet In my case yes 100% all of them from the police false charges the ones responsible weren’t even in the courthouse it was quite the serrade a kangaroo trial the one in the courthouse lied for two days an experience judge and crown should hand knowed it was because I didn’t give my pension check which I needed to live to a lawyer one of his friend right from the minister of justice who lied in a letter from my MLA I showed the pictures of the judge to the judge of what was really going on and to the crown also just the stress they put me true no excuses also the complaint I made to the RCMP complaint board whom was contradicted by there Crimal lawyers you can’t have ten lawyers on one side and none on mine,that what you call a dictatorship no excuses,Larry December 16, 2015 at 4:27 pm Comments are closed.