Monday, September 21, 2015

J.P. vs. MCFD Trial Watch - Interim chambers hearing - Walker's 56-page ruling 2013 BCSC 1403

BCSC Judge Walker's 56-page 198 paragraph interim judgment in the current lawsuit,
highlights the remarkably sneaky attempts by the Province to try to undo the damage as a result of them withdrawing in the 92-day protection and custody action. Clearly, they thought wrongly that by simply withdrawing, they could just re-litigate the finding of facts with better lawyers.

The lawsuit also shows that the children have been added as plaintiffs to the lawsuit.
It seems that the lying social workers and the Province that supports them has bitten off more than they can chew.

You can see also, that pedo dad applied to have a Judge Walker recused. Nice try.
This ruling was released August 2, 2013 from a hearing on this matter May 31, 2013.

http://canlii.ca/t/fzz28

CanLII - 2013 BCSC 1403 (CanLII)
The Director of Child, Family & Community Services and Her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of British Columbia - canlii.ca


Comments
  • Donalda McCutcheon typo! Introduction [37] mental not 'metal'
     
  • Jack Justice Long judgment moving forward in the process if they fight it is still a long way off
     
  • Angus Hawk Trial may be finished in February
     
  • Jack Justice appeals likely will follow whoever wins or loses
     
  • Angus Hawk Considering the Province is not exactly in a winning position, appeals are expected.
  • Jack Justice what I sped read surely suggests that > unlimited money the province has but on the good side you win they pay
     
  • Donalda McCutcheon Well, clearly, they are prohibited from re-litigating so they won't be allowed to use public money to avoid consequences indefinitely.

    And, if they use the tattle-tales to defend their assumptions and are questioned regarding those, they'll have to pr
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  • Donalda McCutcheon Love it!
    "That said, if plaintiffs’ counsel challenges the veracity of the account provided by the Province’s witnesses of what they were told, the Province would be permitted to call evidence from those witnesses who provided those reports about their statements to the Director or Ministry staff. "
     
  • Angus Hawk The majority of the "concerns" raised by the "credible" community sources have already been disproven. The Province's argument is based on the assumption that the did the right thing, based on the information they had at the time.
     
  • Papa Inbc This is but one example of nearly a dozen interim applications and decisions made DURING the trial. This one you can see the lawsuit number S118923 to search by, and the style of cause that shows all the litigants and lawyers names involved.

    Court wra
    pped up today at noon at 12:45, adjourned until January 6th, 2014 at 10:00 PM Courtroom #75, Vancouver BC Supreme Courthouse at Smithe and Howe St.

    It sounds like there will be another witness, the after hours social worker Bev Sholtz who did the actual removal of the four kids Dec30/09.
  • Donalda McCutcheon probably go for mental defect--lots of evidence for that
     
  • Angus Hawk I don't think anyone disagrees there are mental health issues in these cases.

    Who suffers from the illness is the question.
  • Jack Justice count the number of names involved then the statistic is 1 in 3 suffer from some sort of mental illness > example the Toronto police have 5800 members thereabouts and we wonder why people are shot dead

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