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"I am a Canadian,
free to speak without fear,
free to worship in my own way,
free to stand for what I think right,
free to oppose what I believe wrong, or
free to choose those who shall govern my country.
This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.
"To people of world we want simple Justice
The Public Trust has been betrayed and Individuals Rights are under attack!
When the Public Trust is broken, not only individuals lose - everybody loses! What hurts one of us hurts us all!
My business partners and family and friends we exercised our individual rights as citizens during the recent provincial election by supporting a candidate Vicki. For an entire month prior to the election we put aside our business affairs and worked for our candidate. We made a difference, and our candidate Conrad won .
For this we have been viciously attacked and harassed, both as individuals and as a business entity! In one instance, a batch of bad cheques was forged in our name against a now-defunct computer company we owned eight years ago! These cheques were passed all over Nova Scotia.
This is not the work of just one individual, but the work of many, and they are acting together. Some of these enemies are persons who are charged with the Public Trust, and they are using their positions to cause financial injury to my business partners and me and to put us out of business and erase us from human knowledge!
The aim of our enemies is to discredit and destroy us. Totally!
But I say to you if they can do this to us, they can do it to you! If you oppose them, they can hit any person they like! It could be you! Because the Public Trust and the Public Good is involved, I am telling everyone of our plight. Your goodwill and prayers are requested and appreciated.
It was decided because of the fact that J. C. Reddy had become so hard to work with that AFM Management would let Mr. Reddy go and move the company’s business to Ferrier’s office. Mr. Ferrier explained he wasn’t a company lawyer. However, he said his law partner, Andrew Kimball, would work as AFM’s company lawyer.
Following the Small Claims Court case, the AFM Board of Directors met in May, 2006, and decided to completely sever all connections with Mr. Reddy. On the advice of Mr. Ferrier, the Directors went to Mr. Reddy’s office to obtain the minute books and records for AFM Management Ltd. The company books were then to be delivered to Mr. Kimball’s office.
What happened to Mr. Ferrier and his law firm? What happened in the disappearance of AFM Management’s payroll transfer payments? Why did Mr. Kimball lose his memory? What caused Mr, Ferrier to lose control of himself? Why were the company books no longer in Mr. Ferrier’s possession?
The Bridgewater Police Services still continued to harass and lay charges against AFM president Jeff Fraser throughout the summer of 2006. This was a continuation of their campaign of pursuit to assign blame for a rash of bad cheques which were cashed with Jeff Fraser’s name (a blatant forgery) as the signer.
By late September, 2006, the Crown Prosecutor had managed to put several charges on the docket at the Bridgewater Provincial Court for trial in October. Mr. Fraser contacted Thomas Feindel, a Bridgewater lawyer, to represent him.
The meeting was postponed, and Lawyer Palmer fully committed himself to a new meeting date. On the eve of the second appointment, Lawyer Palmer telephoned to say he hit a deer on his way home from Shelburne, and was therefore unable to keep the second appointment! Calls went unanswered after that.
How bizarre! What made Mr. Palmer change his mind?
He said his colleague, Brian Casey, a lawyer who used to work in the office of Joel Pink, a Halifax lawyer, would take his place. When Tony Anderson and Jeff Fraser arrived at the offices of Boyne Clarke, they were stopped at the elevator and escorted by two people. They were led into a boardroom, not an office, and shown where to sit.
In late November, 2006, Tony Anderson and Jeff Fraser were referred to Philip Star, a Yarmouth lawyer. He was highly recommended and it was said he did not lose many cases. Of course, this was totally against the wishes of Mr. Fraser who decided that Mr. Star was not acting in his best behalf. Mr. Fraser tried to work with Mr. Starr, but Mr. Star absolutely refused to co-operate
Mr. Pink also couldn’t understand why Mr. Star wouldn’t meet with only Jeff Fraser, and not both Anderson and Fraser. He said he would inquire as to why. The meeting proceeded quite well. However, after discussing the case, Mr. Pink said, “I am a man of honour and integrity” and that his word “meant something”. Mr. Pink indicated that he had helped the Bridgewater Crown Prosecutor’s son in the past and that he was a good friend of Crown Prosecutor Lloyd Tancock. Mr. Pink said he felt it would not be a problem to get an extension of time for Jeff Fraser’s court appearance. Mr. Pink made one telephone call and Crown Prosecutor Lloyd Tancock just so happened to immediately pick up the other end!
Mr. Fraser’s co-worker informed him that Mr. Pink was in the process of negotiations with Lloyd Tancock, Crown Prosecutor, on the charges against Jeff Fraser.
This was completely against Mr. Fraser’s best interests! He was shocked! Jeff Fraser immediately spoke to Mr. Pink, who acknowledged that he was indeed trying to negotiate a plea bargain with the prosecution. Jeff Fraser did not wish to negotiate nor did he want Mr. Pink to negotiate a plea bargain of any kind whatsoever on any of the trumped-up charges with the Crown Prosecutor!
Jeff Fraser was then left with no choice but to dismiss Mr. Pink from the case, as he was not acting in his client’s best interests. Mr. Pink was not used to being fired and he asked to be reconsidered. Request denied!
Referral letter from reach Ability
Tony Anderson and Jeff Fraser had arranged an appointment with Halifax lawyer Victor Goldberg on the same afternoon they met with Mr. Pink. The appointment with Mr. Goldberg was March 20, 2007, at 2:30 PM. This appointment was primarily for Mr. Anderson’s case against irregularities in his personal Royal Bank VISA account, and other matters affecting AFM Management Limited and Spotless Cleaning and Maintenance. As a matter of fact, as they got to the elevator, another client with a dog were standing by the front counter. The poor little dog decided he didn’t like what he had heard either, and left a large yellow stain on the rug to show his opinion of Mr. Goldberg’s firm.
Mr. Garson seemed very reserved and nervous during the initial conversation. What was the most surprising was his obvious disinclination to accept the case. He did not even know the facts at this point. Mr. Garson had indicated he would contact Mr. Anderson and let him know if he would accept the case. In late May, 2007, the former owner of Spotless Janitorial, posing as a friend and professing sympathy and concern for their plight, recommended a lawyer friend of his who had represented Spotless in the past. At that time Anderson and Fraser did not know that the former owner was in reality a highly placed member of the Lunenburg County Jehovah’s Witnesses, and who had all along been working actively to sabotage AFM Management and Spotless Cleaning and Maintenance.
Anderson and Fraser learned later, from a list of names of Jehovah’s Witnesses members, that Mr. Burke is a practising member of the Jehovah’s Witnesses. This would explain Mr. Burke’s bizarre behaviour..
Later, but still in June 2007, because of Mr. Chipman entering these guilty pleas, Barry Whynot then accepted a plea bargain on my behalf with Crown Prosecutor Lloyd Tancock and I ended up sentenced to house arrest and Barry ran away.
We have spoken in some length with the Ottawa Commission for Police Complaints. This was one of the last emails that were sent to them and their response is below. We have not received a response back from Ottawa this year. Where did they disappear to? No one has showed up and talked to us!
NOTE: Jeff Fraser was released September 4th and Judge Anne Crawford retired two weeks later.