Thursday, 11 February 2016
TO THE BC PREMIER AND THE BC ATTORNEY GENERAL - THANK YOU FOR REACHING OUT TO TALK TO US
Dear Mr. Sandstrom Assistant Deputy AG, The Honourable Premier Ms. Clark, The Honourable Suzanne Anton BC Attornery General,
We would like to thank you for taking the time to listen to our concerns in regards to our experiences with the BC Securities Commission. We understand the inability to intervene in Securities cases or Criminal cases. It is out of complete frustration of dealing with a bureaucratic merry-go round where no one wants to take responsibility for Criminal actions committed by a govt agency that we have been contacting you.
We apologize for our harsh critique of the BC Attorney Generals office and Ms. Christy Clark. Again we only are reacting to a long series of criminal abuse and do not trust anyone as we have been lied to and deceived for so long. Every Govt agency that could intervene or at least shed light or point us in the right direction has till now simply evaded, deflected or ignored our pleas for help.
Unfortunately when a Regulatory Govt Agency starts threatening you with goons, covering you with a surveillance net and sending black choppers to harass AFTER it has finished making an illegal judgment against you it doesn't help instill faith in Govt agencies to legally and properly fulfill their mandate.
As a show of good faith and to thank Ms. Clark and Suzanne Anton for their time on this matter we have removed our harsh critique of them from our blog.
While we certainly understand that the Securities Commission is separated from the BC government we do think that when this is all over it would be in the best interest of British Columbians for a hard look at how the Securities Commission is operating and strive to evolve it to a point where there is less conflict of interest inside the Commission. It would be in the best interest of the economy to ensure that due process and the Rule of Law are adhered to at all times.
We have simply been fighting for our rights as citizens against a massive series of crimes perpetrated by the BCSC, for that we cannot apologize. We do apologize for a harsh critique of your offices, our issue is not with you so long as you do what is in your power to resolve this issue, we understand the limits of said power that keep you from intervention. It is with the BC Securities Commission that we take issue given the Criminal abuse that we have undergone and from that we will not back down. We appreciate your concern regarding this matter.
Thank you for your time,