Premier Christy Clark Terminates Hyndman, Chairman of B.C. Securities Commission
From 1987 to 2012, Douglas Hyndman was the man in responsible for supervising much of the activity at the Vancovuer Stock Exchange, one of the great crime scenes of the Western World.
The Investigation Continues
The British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) was established by the Government of British Columbia to supervise and regulate securities trading, i.e. the stock market, in British Columbia.
Mr. Hyndman was appointed Chairman of the BCSC, in 1987, by the notorious Premier Bill Vander Zalm who, like every elected British Columbia Premier after him, was forced from office due to a corruption scandal. And, those elected politicians, Michael Harcourt, Glen Clark, and Gordon Campbell, continued to keep Mr. Hyndman in office, for 25 long years, until Premier Christy Clark finally showed some courage, did the right thing, and rescinded his appointment.
Under Mr. Hyndman's, arguably incompetent and/or corrupt supervision, the Vancouver Stock Exchange grew from a moderately corrupt regional stock exchange into a major player as a den of thieves specializing in for money laundering, racketeering, pump and dump, fraud and corruption. During this period, it was protected by a corrupt legal and judicial system and an incompetent police force that are discussed elsewhere on this web site.
The situation was so bad that Canada's former top cop, RCMP Commissioner Zacardelli, stated: "When it comes to international money laundering, all roads lead to Vancouver".
Put simply, Douglas Hyndman should have been removed from his job two decades ago but successive corrupt Premiers refused to do the job for reasons that have yet to be explained.
In relation to the Water War Crimes, Hyndman was Chairman of the BCSC when W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. was touting and selling its shares based on the secret illegal agreement it had made with the Government of British Columbia that gave it an exceedlngly favourable position in the marketplace. Hyndman turned a blind eye and a major stock market fraud took place with many investors losing millions upon millions of dollars.
Click here to read more about WCW Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. and its fraudulent stock market swindle
NDP Party Leader Adrian Dix
Mr. Dix had been Chief of Staff to former Premier Glen Clark and Premier Clark was well informed of the corruption taking place at the Vancouver Stock Exchange under the negligent or corrupt supervision of Mr. Douglas Hyndman. In fact, Premier Clark made several speeches in the legislature were he railed and ranted about the "crime scene" known as the Vancouver Stock Exchange but when he was elected to the premier's office, Premier Glen Clark and his roomate / Chief of Staff, Adrian Dix, forgot about those speeches, they forgot about the public interest and they did nothing about Douglas Hyndman the man who is arguably most responsible for the massive corruption that took place at the Vancouver Stock Exchange while he was Chairman of the BCSC from 1987 to 2012.
To be fair to Mr. Dix while he was with Premier Clark's office, he had to follow orders from his boss, but in April, 2011, Adrian Dix became leader of the NDP Party and he has remained silent about the continuing presence of Douglas Hyndman at the British Columbia Securities Commission which, abjectly and miserably, failed to stop the massive stock market fraud taking place on the Vancouver Stock Exchange - the scene of some of the biggest stock market swindles in Canada - for 25 long years.
Water War Crimes
Hyndman`s online resume states he joined the Ministry of Finance in 1975 and worked as staff member of the Treasury Board until 1984 when he became the Assistant Deputy Minister responsible for the Treasury Board where he remained to 1987.
During this period, he would have been in a position to influence and guide the emerging British Columbia government policies which were favouring W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. It is a certainty that he would have regularly had dealings with the Canadian Federal Treasury Board in Ottawa that was also using its powers to favour W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. It is probable the Douglas Hyndman met and knew James "Jim" Whiteside who had worked in a senior position with the Federal Treasury Board but who suddenly moved to British Columbia where W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. became his first with his newly established financial advisory business
When W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. was ready to seek public financing through the use of false and misleading documents to be filed with the Vancouver Stock Exchnage and the British Colubmia Securities Commission, Douglas Hyndman, a man with absolutely no private business experience, was inserted as Chairman of the British Colubmia Securities Commission, the public body charged with the responsiblity of insuring the investing public were protected from swindlers, fraud artists, deceivers, cheats and the like. This appointment would have been approved by the Ministry of the Attorney General where many of the Water War Crimes took place and where the crooked Robert Edwards was the Deputy Minister.
The Editors are of the opinion that that the appointment of Douglas Hyndman to the British Columbia Securites Commission was part of a deliberate plan to insure that W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. would be permitted to carry on its dirty business of ripping off the public without sanction from the responsible public authority.
As a general rule, a person who was at the crime scene when the crime was carried out is regarded as a suspect until proved otherwise. Certainly, Douglas Hyndman should be taken in for questioning by the police.