Thursday, July 24, 2014

Were Two New Brunswick Judges Murdered By Ottawa Insiders?

Justice Edmond Blanchard 
On June 27, 2014 Canadian Court Martial Appeal Court Chief Justice, Edmond Blanchard, from New Brunswick, Canada, first made a Federal Court Judge by the Liberal Government of Jean Chretien in 2000 and then Chief Justice of the Court Martial Appeal Court in 2004, died of sudden onset cancer.

Click here to read Canadian Press story on the death of Edmond Blanchard

On June 27, 2012,Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson, from New Brunswick, Canada, first made a Federal Court Judge by the Liberal Government of Jean Chretien in 2002, died of sudden onset cancer.

Click here to read Globe and Mail story on the death of Carolyn Layden Stevenson 
So what is going on here?  

Basically Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and Edmond Blanchard  were part of the same judicial New
Justice Layden-Stevenson
Brunswick legal beagles appointed to the small Federal Court system in Ottawa.

They both died of sudden onset cancer and both on the same day, June 27, albeit two years apart, 2012 and 2014. 

They were both relatively young, both connected to the Liberal Party of Prime Minister Chretien and they were both dead within a relatively short time of each other.

Yep, it sure looks weird but when you add in the fact that Carolyn was the 12th in a series of judges directly involved on the Water War Crimes who suddenly died from unnatural natural causes and when you add in the fact cancer has been weaponized and can be used as a tool by murderers and executioners to get rid of unwanted people then it all begins to look more strange and this strangeness is heightened when you realize that Carolyn was murdered and then, logically and rationally, you, us, we must begin to wonder whether or not Justice Blanchard was murdered too?

Click here to read about Dead Judges Linked to the Water War Crimes

Forensic experts believe that Carolyn Layden-Stevenson was murdered in order to cover up the identity of those involved in the Water War Crimes.

Click here to read about the role of Carolyn Layden Stevenson in the Water War Crimes 

Readers are asked to keep an open mind and if they have any evidence that suggests Justice Edmond Blanchard was murdered please share that evidence with the appropriate authorities and, if they think appropriate with the Editors of this web site.

But what has this got to do with the Evelyn Greene story the reader may be asking

Well, it has quite a bit to do with the Evelyn Green Story but the reader needs to know some other facts about Edmond Blanchard to understand how he is connected to the Evelyn Greene Story because Evelyn Greene is just an "average citizen" who was nearly murdered when she blew the whistle on drug use, drug abuse and drug trafficking by health care professionals at the Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital in Fredericton and when she complained the legal judicial establishment in New Brunswick moved quickly to deny justice to Evelyn Greene and Evelyn Greene began to complain to some people in Ottawa Canada's capital city and...

Justice Edmond Blanchard was a very senior guy in Ottawa, Canada's capital city. 

At the time of his death he was the Chief Justice of the Canadian Court Martial Appeals Court a position to which he was appointed in 2004. 

The Canadian Court Martial Appeals Court handles some of Canada's most sensitive legal cases that from time to time involve top level national defence secrets. Due to his position it is safe to assume that Chief Justice Blanchard would have had top level security clearance

In addition, at the time of his death, Justice Blanchard was the Vice Chair of the Judicial Conduct Committee of the Canadian Judicial Council another highly important committee that is privy to some of the darkest secrets about judicial corruption in Canada.  The Chairperson of that Committee is Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin (shown in photo on left) who was an early player in the judicial corruption that loomed large in the Water War Crimes story.

Click here to read about Chief Justice McLachlin and the Water War Crimes.

When Evelyn Greene encountered judicial abuse in New Brunswick by some members of the New Brunswick Court of Queen's Bench  she filed complaints with the Canadian Judicial Council where her complaints eventually ended up on the desk of Justice Blanchard the Vice Chair of the Judicial Council. 

Was Chief Justice Edmond Blanchard a "good guy" doing his job who was silenced by judicial insiders from New Brunswick afraid he would expose how they had conspired to abuse Evelyn Greene?

Or, was Chief Justice Edmond Blanchard a "bad guy" deeply connected to the New Brunswick legal and judicial establishment who was executed by "higher powers" because he violated his oath and was protecting his legal and judicial pals back home?   

The investigation is continuing and readers are encouraged to keep an open mind and return to these pages for more information when it emerges.

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