$12M Lawsuit: Misfeasance in Public Office

Posted: September 23, 2007 in Appeasement & Cowardice, Caledonia, Corruption, DCE, Headlines, Home Grown Terrorism in Canada, Liberals, McGuinty, Natives, OPP, The Death of Democracy

CaledoniaWakeUpCall and VoiceofCanada have obtained a copy of the Statement of Claim for a $12Million lawsuit against Gwen Boniface, Julian Fantino, Brian Haggith and the Province of Ontario by Caledonia residents Dave Brown and Dana Chatwell. 

We cannot find a better way to say what the lawyer has already stated below:

 Misfeasance in Public Office 

113. The agreement by the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs made with the native protestors and the Haudenosaunee Six Nations Confederacy and Council on or about April 21, 2006, not to proceed any further with any criminal charges arising from the raid by the O.P.P. on April 20, 2006 is outside of his authority and improperly interferes with the lawful duties of police officers of the O.P.P., the duties of Commissioner Boniface, Commissioner Fantino, and Inspector Haggith and the duties and obligations of the Attorney General of Ontario and constitutes misfeasance in public office. 

114. The Plaintiffs plead that the agreement made by the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs was made with the knowledge and acquiescence of the Attorney General of Ontario and that such acquiescence constitutes a violation of s. 5(b) of the Ministry of the Attorney General Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M.17, as an administration of public affairs that is contrary to law and constitutes misfeasance in public office.

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