Monday, 20 June 2016

REQUEST TO OFFICE OF INFORMATION REGARDING THE BCSC'S CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES

 

 

Further Requests to the Office of Information regarding our battle against the BCSC

 

Sunday, June 19, 2016

ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND PRIVACY DIVISION
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 1L1

OFFICIAL REQUESTS TO THE OFFICE OF INFORMATION IN REGARDS 
TO 
THE BC SECURITIES COMMISSION 
THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE 
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE.


Request for information on the Oct 8th and Oct 31st, 2014 Preliminary Hearings on the SPYru/U-GO Brands v. The BCSC case:

The BC Securities Commission held two 'preliminary' hearings on Oct 8th and 31st of 2014 in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands matter. It has withheld the transcripts to those two hearings from Mr. Christopher Burke and Mr. Peter Harris, we officially request these transcripts. If the BCSC is not able to provide said transcripts we request an explanation as to why they cannot provide them and what has happened to them from Ms. Brenda Leong the CEO of the BCSC. If Ms. Leong cannot provide an answer as to where the missing transcripts are, we request an answer from the Honourable Michael DeJong the BC Finance Minister as to why the BCSC has no transcripts for its Oct 8th and Oct 31st, 2014 'preliminary' hearings on the SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc. matter and why the Finance Ministry would let the BCSC operate in such a manner.
 
Request for information on all communications between the BC Securities Commission and Farris Law on the SPYru/U-Go Brands Inc. v. BCSC case:
Request for information in regards to the communications between the BC Securities Commission and Farris Law includes but is not limited to any of its internal employees, outside contracted individuals, in-house counsel, out-of-house counsel and any agents/officials within the BC Finance Ministry that have communicated with Farris Law and any of its current or former employees in regards to Farris Laws' former clients SPYru and U-GO Brands Inc.
Request for all information in regards to all communication between the following current or former public officials Ms. Teresa Mitchell-Banks and Lindsay Donders, William Ting, Mark Hiltford, Mark Thompson, James Torrance, Judith Downes, Audrey T. Ho, Brenda M. Leong, any outside council/counsel including but not limited to all lawyers currently or formerly retained by McCarthy Tetrault LLP and Mila Pivnenko in regards to the SPYru/-U-GO Brands Case:
We formally request all internal communications including but not limited to, email communications, recorded/archived mobile or landline phone conversations, in-house hard-copy memos, written letters, and notices etc.
Request for Information on all matters and communications regarding Mr. Klaus Glusing and Mr. Mark Glusing involving the British Columbia Securities Commission:
We formally request any and all information including but not limited to email communications between BCSC staff and in-house or outside counsel/council retained by the BCSC regarding Mark and Klaus Glusing. All communications between BCSC staff and in-house or outside counsel/council and Mark and Klaus Glusing and/or any representative of any Corporation they have an interest in anywhere in the world.
Request for all information in regards to communication between Ms. Teresa Mitchell-Banks, Brenda M. Leong, James Torrance, Mila Pivnenko, Mark Hilford, Judith Downes, Audrey T. Ho, Lindsay Donders, William Ting, Peter Brady and the any member of the Ministry of Finance in Regards to the matter of SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc. v. BCSC:
Request for all information pertaining to any communication and/or information and evidence, whether written or electronic between all BCSC employees including independent contractors, in-house and outside council/counsel and the British Columbia Ministry of Finance, its officials and employees and any independent contractors and/or outside council/counsel retained by the BC Ministry of Finance either in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc. v. BCSC matter or on behalf of the BCSC in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc. v. BCSC matter.
 
Request for all information in regards to written and electronic communication and information shared by the BCSC Human Resources department or its equivalent thereof about Ms. Teresa Mitchell-Banks.
Request all written, electronic including audio communication between BCSC Human Resources and/or its equivalent thereof and Ms. Teresa Mitchell-Banks.
Request for all information pertaining to the reasons why the BCSC pressed Fraud charges on Mr. Peter Harris despite knowing he was innocent:
Request for all information pertaining to the reasons why the BCSC pressed Fraud charges on Mr. Peter Harris well after Ms. Lindsay Donders communicated to our lawyer at the time that they were aware that the allegations had no merit.
Request for all information regarding communications between the BC Securities Commission and any members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in regards to Mr. Peter Harris filing Criminal Charges against the BCSC in July of 2015.
Request for all information regarding communications between the BC Securities Commission including but not limited to Ms. Brenda Leong, Ms. Teresa Mitchell-Banks, in-house council/counsel, outside council/counsel and any/all other former or current employees and contracted individuals working on behalf of the BCSC and any members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in regards to Mr. Peter Harris filing Criminal Charges against the BCSC in July of 2015
Request for all information regarding communications, information and evidence shared between the BC Securities Commission in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands Case and the BC Attorney Generals Office.
Request for all information regarding communications, information and evidence shared between the BC Securities Commission in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands Case and the BC Attorney Generals Office and any of its employees including but not limited to outside council/counsel, in-house council/counsel, contracted employees, and Ms. Suzanne Anton.
 
Request for all information pertaining as to why the following order was issued – the Stop Trade Order (freezing) of the Thibert personal retirement accounts:
Request all information pertaining to the following order being issued;
 
Request from the BCSC and its officials any and all communications and information regarding the order to Cease Trade the Thibert accounts. This includes who gave the order and why they gave the order.
 
Request any and all information pertaining to the BC Securities Commission and why its officials and staff including but not limited to Teresa Mitchell-Banks and Lindsay Donders would lie about who Cease Trade Ordered the Thibert accounts in the Spyru/U-Go Brands Inc. v. BCSC case and why it was done.
Request any and all information pertaining to the BC Securities Commission and why its officials and staff including but not limited to Teresa Mitchell-Banks and Lindsay Donders would lie about who Cease Trade Ordered the Thibert accounts in the SPYru/U-Go Brands Inc. v. BCSC case and why it was done. This includes any communications either written or electronic between the following individuals regarding the Thibert CTO, Lindsay Donders, Teresa Mitchell-Banks, Mila Pivnenko, James Torrance, any TD Waterhouse or TD Banking officials, Brenda Leong, William Ting, Peter Brady, Mark Hilford, Mark Thompson, any employees, partners and individual working for/with or representing McCarthy Tetrault LLP, Michael DeJong.

Request for all information pertaining to total costs associated with the SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc. v. BCSC matter:
 
A. Request for all information pertaining to total costs associated with the SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc. v. BCSC matter including but not limited to the following itemized list.
Total number of man hours worked and the wages paid to BCSC employees for their work on the SPYru/U-Go Brands file.
B. Total number of man hours worked and the wages paid to outside legal council/counsel in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands v. BCSC matter.
C. Total number of man hours worked and wages paid to independent contractors to conduct both physical and electronic surveillance operations on behalf of the BCSC in regards to its SPYru/U-GO Brands case.
 
D. Total cost of any electronic surveillance equipment purchased by the BCSC and used in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands case.
 
E. Total costs including man hours worked of helicopter surveillance and or flights pertaining to SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc and the activities of its former directors.  Including but not limited to any costs related to in-house helicopter flights and any outside helicopter services retained on behalf of the BCSC.
F. The total cost of outside legal council/counsel, including man-hours, worked and wages paid for any work done and all information, evidence and communications pertaining to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC case.
G. Total Cost of outside contracted surveillance units hired by either the BC Ministry of Finance, the BC Attorney Generals Office, the RCMP, or the BC Securities Commission in regard to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC case from the dates of January 1st 2015 to April 1st 2016 including but not limited to the cost of using an IMSI catcher and/or any other electronic surveillance equipment, the cost of teams consisting of multiple individuals on foot or in vehicles, the cost of helicopter fuel, the cost of helicopter pilots/rentals, any purchases of any helicopters on behalf of or by the BCSC.
 
H. Total cost to field multiple surveillance units including but not limited to flights, hotels, meals, wages, bonus payments, vehicles, electronics, gas etc.
 
I. The total cost of all outside legal representation, law firms, lawyers, and but not limited to any council/counsel retained by the BC Securities Commission in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc. v. BCSC matter. This includes but is not limited to the following flights, hotels, meals, wages, bonus payments, vehicles, electronics, gas etc.
J. Total cost to retain any and all BCSC staff members who acted as the Council for the Executive Director in regards to the BC Securities Commission and the prosecution of its case against SPYru/U-Go Brands Inc.  This includes but is not limited to the following, flights, hotels, meals, wages, bonus payments, vehicles, electronics, gas and any other operating costs etc.
 
K. Total cost to retain any investigators whether in-house or out of house in relation to the matter between the BCSC and SPYru/U-GO Brands
 
Request all information from the BC Ministry of Finance in Regards to the BC Securities Commission and its SPYru/U-Go Brands Inc. file.
 
Request all information from the BC Ministry Of Finance in Regards to the BC Securities Commission and its SPYru/U-Go Brands file, this includes but is not limited to any and all hard-copy and electronic in-house memos, evidence, communications and emails between any members of the Ministry of Finance, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the British Columbia Attorney Generals office, Farris Law, Boughton Law, and the BC Securities Commission and any other independently contacted and/or retained council/counsel.
 
Request for all information from the BC Attorney Generals Office in regards to the BC Securities Commission and its SPYru/U-Go Brands Inc. File.
 
Request all information from the BC Attorney Generals Office in regards to the BC Securities Commission and its SPYru/U-Go Brands file, this includes but is not limited to any and all hard-copy and electronic in-house memos, evidence, communications and emails between any members of the Ministry of Finance, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the British Columbia Attorney Generals office, Farris Law, Boughton Law, the press, and the BC Securities Commission and any other independently contracted and/or retained council/counsel.
 
Request for information on all Communications, Evidence and Information shared between the BC Securities Commission and the Law Firm McCarthy-Tetrault LLP
Request for information on all Communications, Evidence and Information shared between the BC Securities Commission, the BC Ministry of Finance and the Law Firm McCarthy-Tetrault LLP in regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC matter.
 
Request for information on all communications between the BC Securities Commission CEO Brenda Leong and Mr. Mark Thompson who is or was in-house council/counsel for the BCSC.
 
Request for information on all communications between the BC Securities Commission CEO Brenda Leong and Mr. Mark Thompson who is or was in-house council/counsel for the BCSC.
 
Request for information on all evidence, data, communications, information whether personal or general held by the BC Securities Commission pertaining to any individuals involved in the BCSC v. U-GO Brands case.
 
Request for information on all evidence, data, communications,  and/or information whether personal or general held by the BC Securities Commission or any of its privately contracted entities/individuals pertaining to any individuals and companies involved in the BCSC v. U-GO Brands case including but not limited to photographs, audio recordings, written memos and communications, electronic memos and communications, physical evidence, directives whether written or electronic, banking information, personal data and any other related information held by the BC Securities Commission and any of its publicly or privately contracted companies and individuals.
 
Request for information on all evidence, data, communications, information whether personal or general held by the BC Ministry of Finance pertaining to any individuals involved in the BCSC v. U-GO Brands case.
 
Request for information on all evidence, data, communications,  and/or information whether personal or general held by the BC Ministry of Finance or any of its privately contracted entities/individuals pertaining to any individuals and companies involved in the BCSC v. U-GO Brands case including but not limited to photographs, audio recordings, written memos and communications, electronic memos and communications, physical evidence, directives whether written or electronic, banking information, personal data and any other related information held by the BC Attorney Generals Office and any of its publicly or privately contracted companies and individuals.
 
Request for information on all evidence, data, communications, information whether personal or general held by the BC Attorney Generals Office pertaining to any individuals involved in the BCSC v. U-GO Brands case.
 
Request for information on all evidence, data, communications,  and/or information whether personal or general held by the BC Ministry of Finance or any of its privately contracted entities/individuals pertaining to any individuals and companies involved in the BCSC v. U-GO Brands case including but not limited to photographs, audio recordings, written memos and communications, electronic memos and communications, physical evidence, directives whether written or electronic, banking information, personal data and any other related information held by the BC Attorney Generals Office and any of its publicly or privately contracted companies and individuals.
 
Request for information on all communication, information and correspondence shared between Brenda Leong, Teresa Mitchell-Banks, and David Thompson in Regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC matter.
 
Request for information on all communication, information and correspondence shared between Brenda Leong, Teresa Mitchell-Banks, and David Thompson in regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands matter including but not limited to phone records, and audio recordings, written and electronic memos, emails and orders etc.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communications between the BC Securities Commission and any of its staff including but not limited to Brenda Leong and anyone representing the interests of the Manitoba Securities Commission.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communications between the BC Securities Commission and any of its staff including but not limited to Brenda Leong and anyone representing the interests of the Manitoba Securities Commission. This includes all hard-copy, written and audio conversations and communications between the Manitoba Securities Commission and any/all BCSC staff.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communications between any representative whether formal or informal of the Canadian Securities Administrators and the British Columbia Securities Commission on the matters between the BCSC and SPYru/U-Go Brands Inc.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communications between any representatives whether formal or informal of the Canadian Securities Administrators and the British Columbia Securities Commission and any/all of its former and current employees as well as contracted individuals and/or corporations including in-house council/counsel and outside council/counsel.
 
Request any and all information pertaining to the filing of Criminal charges against the BC Securities Commission in July of 2015 by Mr. Peter Harris from the Kelowna RCMP 
Detachment.
 
Request any and all information pertaining to the filing of Criminal charges against the BC Securities Commission in July of 2015 by Mr. Peter Harris from the Kelowna RCMP Detachment. This includes the large binder prepared by the Law firm Hunter Litigation Chambers as a defense against the charges brought forward by the BCSC in 2014 that was left at the Kelowna RCMP station for the use of Constable Arnold. We request the return of this binder intact with all information in it.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communications, information, and correspondence between Brenda Leong of the BC Securities Commission and William Smart of Hunter Litigation Chambers in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands v. BCSC matter.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communications, information, and correspondence between Brenda Leong of the BC Securities Commission and William Smart of Hunter Litigation Chambers in regards to the SPYru/U-GO Brands v. BCSC matter.
 
Request any and all information in regards to reasons why the BC Securities Commission chose to withhold the truth from Mr. Peter Harris pertaining to his inquiry to the Commission about Mr. Klaus Glusings Fraudulent Activities.
 
Request any and all information in regards to reasons why the BC Securities Commission chose to withhold the truth from Mr. Peter Harris pertaining to his inquiry to the Commission about Mr. Klaus Glusings Fraudulent Activities in the Turks and Cacaos. Specifically, why would the BCSC as a public agency mandated to the protection of the Financial markets wait seven months before telling Mr. Harris they had no jurisdiction over the crime he was reporting? Request any information and internal communications from the BCSC and its staff including outside and in-house council/counsel, whether hard-copy or electronic pertaining to the reason the truth was obstructed from Mr. Harris for so long.
Request any and all information in regards to the average number of lies and untrue statements submitted by Commission staff that is considered to be acceptable by the BC Securities Commission in the course of its Prosecution in the SPYru v. U-Go Brands Inc. Matter.
 
Request any and all information in regards to the average number of lies and untrue statements submitted on behalf of BC Securities Commission staff considered to be acceptable by the BC Securities Commission in the course of its prosecution against SPYru/U-GO Brands.
 
Request any and all information in regards to parties hired by firms who were contracted out by the BC Securities Commission.
 
Request any and all information in regards to parties hired by firms who were contracted out by the BC Securities Commission. The BC Securities Commission has retained independent 3rd parties in regards to the matter between SPYru/U-GO Brands Inc. We request all information shared with those third parties including but not limited to phone conversations, written communications, electronic communications, personal data shared. In addition to any and all information regarding individuals or entities retained by the BCSC as third party independent contractors, we request any and all information pertaining to any parties, individuals and/or entities retained by previously said third parties with whom any information was shared regarding the SPYru/U-GO Brands v. BCSC matter. To be clear we request any and all information in regards to fourth parties retained on behalf of the BCSC through its 3rd party contractors in regards to the matters between SPYru/U-Go Brands and the BCSC.
 
Request any and all information regarding Mr. Peter Harris and his first contact with the BCSC.
 
Request any and all information regarding Mr. Peter Harris and his first contact with the BCSC.
This includes all in-house memos, communications both written or electronic, communication with outside council/counsel in regards to Mr. Harris and his reporting of the SPYru fraud.
 
Request any and all information including but not limited to both hard-copy and electronic communications, evidence and information shared between the BC Securities Commission and McCarthy Tetrault LLP in regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC matter
 
Request any and all information including but not limited to both hard-copy and electronic communications, evidence and information between the BC Securities Commission and McCarthy Tetrault Law offices.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communication, evidence and data shared between the Prime Ministers Office and the BC Securities Commission in regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC matter.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communication, evidence and data shared between any members of the Prime Ministers Office and any members of the BC Securities Commission in regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC matter.
 
Request any and all information in regards to communication, evidence and data shared between the Federal Office of the Attorney General and the BC Securities Commission in regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC matter.
Request any and all information in regards to communication, evidence and data shared between any members of the Federal Office of the Attorney General and any members of the BC Securities Commission in regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC matter.
 
Request any and all information in regards to the BCSC and its use of outside third or fourth parties contracted to fly either helicopters or airplanes that do not appear to ever have identification numbers.
 
Request any and all information in regards to outside third and fourth parties in regards to airplanes and helicopters retained by said parties on behalf of the BCSC. This includes flight plans and an explanation as to why these aircraft would not have identification numbers contrary to Federal aviation laws.
 
Request a full list of all aircraft either helicopter or airplane owned by the BC Securities Commission.
 
Request a full list of all aircraft either helicopter or airplane owned by the BC Securities Commission. The list should include specs, and photographs of the aircraft.
 
Request information on the relationships between the BCSC and its 'stakeholders' and 'partners'.
 
Request information on the relationships between the BCSC and its 'stakeholders' and 'partners'. This includes a complete breakdown of each stakeholder including CGI Inc. And CDS Inc. and the percentage of their stakes held by the BC Securities Commission as well as any other private entity or crown corporation and its involvement or interest in the BCSC.
 
Request any and all information in Regards to Brenda Leong and Teresa Mitchell-Banks and any communications, evidence and/or data they may have shared with any member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
 
Request any and all information in regards to Brenda Leong and Teresa Mitchell-Banks and any communications, evidence and/or data they may have shared with any member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in regards to the SPYru/U-Go Brands v. BCSC matter. This includes but is not limited to phone conversations, hard-copy and electronic communications, evidence, personal data and any other information shared between said parties.
Request for any and all information in regards to any communications, evidence, data, and information shared between the Kelowna RCMP and the BC Attorney Generals Office.
Request for any and all information in regards to any communications, evidence, data, and information shared between the Kelowna RCMP and the BC Attorney Generals Office in regards to the matter between SPYru/U-Go Brands Inc. v. The BCSC. This includes any and all staff of both the RCMP and the BCSC and any communication they have had with regards to the matters between SPYru/U-Go Brands.
 
Request any and all video surveillance footage regarding Christopher Burke, held by the BCSC and/or a related third/fourth party who has retained said footage taken from the Holiday Inn on Broadway in Vancouver B.C. between the dates of April 6th, 2015 and April 9th, 2015
 
Request any and all information pertaining to a valid reason the BCSC and or its third/fourth party contracted employee/s chose to unlawfully enter the Hotel room of Angelina Simmons and Christopher Burke at the Holiday Inn on Broadway between April 6th and April 9th, 2015.
 
Request any and all information regarding the SPYru/U-GO Brands v. BCSC matter retained by the BCSC between April 6th and April 9th, 2015. This includes any personal data collected on behalf of the BCSC.
 
Request a written reason from Brenda Leong as to why the BC Securities Commission would choose to make its first courses of action Fraudulent Concealment, False Pretense, and Entrapment in regards to Mr. Harris contacting the BCSC to report fraud.
 
 
 As always more to come..

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