See Head of Criminal Enforcement Ms. Mitchell-Banks obstruct justice and attempt to have known innocents plead guilty to Fraud in Oct 2014;
See the BC Securities Commission Council for the Executive Director attempt to continue their lie that the U-GO Brands Directors are guilty of Fraud and attempt find them guilty of Section 57, a Section that constitutes a Federal Offence for which jail time is an applicable punishment.
The BCSC insist as always this is simply a Securities matter so the Rule of Law does not apply, we will show you how that is not true.
Not only that, once BCSC employees attempted to prosecute innocent citizens for a crime that is punishable by jail-time the BCSC crossed into the world of Federally indictable offences. Once Fraud and jail-time are involved this no longer is just a 'Securities' matter. To further the issue once BCSC employees committed the Obstruction of Justice, and False Pretence among other Federal Offences the protection of Section 170 of the Securities Act became null and void. You can not attempt to prosecute someone for Fraud charges a year after you know the allegations you put before them are not true and still claim 'Good Faith'.
See the charges still stand at the BCSC Tribunal Hearing in 2015, over a year after they were aware of the U-GO Directors innocence. Why?
Contrary to the insistence that the BCSC can take such arbitrary malicious and criminal action because 'this is a Securities matter' the BCSC still has must maintain adherence the rule of law and the Fundamentals of Justice.
Application of Administrative Tribunals Act to commission
(a) Part 1 [Interpretation and Application];
(b) Part 2 [Appointments], except the following:
(i) section 7 (3) [powers after resignation or expiry of term];
(ii) section 9 [responsibilities of the chair];
(iii) section 10 [remuneration and benefits for members];
(c) section 43 [discretion to refer questions of law to court];
(d) section 46 [notice to Attorney General if constitutional question raised in application];
(e) section 46.1 [discretion to decline jurisdiction to apply the Human Rights Code];
(f) section 55 [compulsion protection];
(g) section 61 [application of Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act].
11 (1) Subject to an enactment applicable to the tribunal, the tribunal has the power to control its own processes and may make rules respecting practice and procedure to facilitate the just and timely resolution of the matters before it.
14 In order to facilitate the just and timely resolution of an application the tribunal, if requested by a party or an intervener, or on its own initiative, may make any order
(a) for which a rule is made by the tribunal under section 11,
(b) for which a rule is prescribed under section 60, or
(c) in relation to any matter that the tribunal considers necessary for purposes of controlling its own proceedings.
How can the BCSC operate in such blatant denial of the Fundamentals of justice, and the Rule of Law? These major breaches of the law are demonstrated by the of withholding hearings transcripts and attempting to possibly imprison someone for false charges among many other crimes.
How does the BCSC justify this?
False pretence or false statement R.S., 1985, c. C-46, s. 362;R.S
362. (1) Every one commits an offence who