Except for a few brief years in a private law practice, Elizabeth Bennett was a career civil servant who was appointed to the bench with the approval Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his gang in 1997, in Ottawa, with the prior agreement and approval of the British Columbia Ministry of the Attorney General, the Ministry that sends the approved lawyer list to the federal government for approval. At the time, the Ministry of the Attorney General was covering up serious insider crimes and they needed someone in the court apparatus to manage a few cases.
After she was appointed and in case after case, Ms. Bennett made decisions that benefitted the BC Government.
In a recent case in July 2015, the lower court judge, Supreme Court Justice Walker, ruled——after a 147-day trial—against the Government of British Columbia and found the Government of British Columbia liable for negligent and a breach of duty and said some social workers showed a "reckless disregard for their obligation to protect children."
Click here to read more about Justice Walker's decision
The Government appealed and on a preliminary ruling at the Court of Appeal, the Government arranged for their old pal, Elizabeth Bennett, to be on the case.
Click here to go to story about Elizabeth Bennett and the appeal of Justice Walker's decision
For the purpose of this analysis, the outcome of the hearing is unimportant because the case is continuing, however, the important point is that, in case after case, where a BC Government interest is at stake the BC Government is appointing its former employee and faithful servant, Elizabeth Bennett, to be the judge and this is just plain wrong because there is a huge conflict of interest and it is becoming plainly obvious that Elizabeth Bennett is a government stooge who does dirty work for the BC Government.
Stooge definition: a person who serves merely to support or assist others, particularly in doing unpleasant work.
Synonyms include: underling, flunky, lackey, toady,
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