Thursday, 15 December 2016
BC Securities Commission Compromised, Has No Legal Credibility
A quick dig into the archives to remind everyone that the BC Securities Commission, and any other Law Enforcement agency and Judiciary in Canada are not above the rule of law.
BC Securities Commission likes to cite Section 170 of the Securities Act as a free pass to abuse the law, this is criminal behavior.
When do actions taken by a Gov't regulatory and enforcement agency lose the protection rendered by 'good faith' clauses and become crimes? Are public officials immune from prosecution for any crime committed during their course of duty by invoking a 'Good Faith' clause? If the allegations facing British Columbian public officials are true can they really be protected from Perjury, Tampering, Fraudulent Concealment, Entrapment, etc. by invoking 'Good Faith'?
BC SECURITIES COMMISSION IS NOT OUTSIDE THE RULE OF LAW - CONTRARY TO WHAT ITS POLICY MANUAL STATES!
Conflict of Interest and the Sham that is BCSC Compliance..