RCMP involved in targeted murders of Barry and Honey Sherman

The RCMP are involved in the targeted murders of Barry and Honey Sherman. The RCMP became involved the day the Lobbying Commissioner had the RCMP investigate Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser.

Library of Parliament > Research publications > The Federal Lobbying System: The Lobbying Act and the Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct:

Under the Lobbyists Registration Act, when staff from the Office of the Registrar of Lobbyists received a request or complaint from the general public, media, a member of Parliament or an organization, or when officials of the branch believed there was a possible contravention of the Act or Code, the branch would assemble and review factual evidence to determine whether a formal investigation was warranted. Where there was an indication of a possible contravention of the Act, the matter was turned over to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

The RCMP started investigating Justin Trudeau and his August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser/fundraisers after the Lobbying Commissioner found evidence that federal laws were broken by Mr. Sherman’s contribution to the 2015 election campaign:

“There is basis to conclude that the private interests of (REDACTED) were advanced to a high degree, & that a sense of obligation was created by Mr. Sherman’s contribution to the 2015 election campaign” Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying of Canada (OCL)

A Nov 3, 2016 OCL taped recorded interview with Barry Sherman was the primary material evidence OCL used to have the RCMP launch a “full investigation” of Justin Trudeau’s Aug 26, 2015 fundraiser. OCL determined the tape recording provided evidence Justin Trudeau broke federal laws. Apotex filed a lawsuit against the Lobbying Commissioner regarding the Lobbying Commissioner redacting Justin Trudeau’s name in the transcripts of that Nov 3, 2016 taped recorded interview.

The Toronto Police know that the RCMP were involved in the targeted murders of Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraisers Barry and Honey Sherman. So does the Crown. The Crown sealed the Toronto Police murder investigation files and evidence to protect the suspects who committed the targeted (contracted) murders for Justin Trudeau’s benefit.

Crime scene evidence: restraint marks, Honey Sherman’s bloody lip & nose, the surreptitious entry, the person who entered the Shermans’ home Dec 14, 2017 for 29 minutes & the ongoing RCMP investigation of Justin Trudeau’s election campaign fundraiser/fundraisers implicats RCMP officers in their murders.

The Toronto Police investigators reported that both Barry and Honey Sherman had restraint marks on their wrists. What caused the restraint marks”? Zip ties. Zip tie handcuffs are used by police forces throughout Canada and by the RCMP to restrain people.

The restraint marks and Honey Sherman’s bloody lip and nose supports assertion that she was forcibly restrained by police officers.

Crime scene evidence suggested the murderers gained access to the Sherman home by the front door. Toronto Police stated that there was no forced entry. That means it is plausible that Honey Sherman let her murderers in after her murderers identified themselves as police officers.


The Keable Commission supports the assertion that RCMP officers are viable suspects in Barry & Honey Sherman targeted murders. 15 RCMP officers were charged and tried for: conspiracy, B&E, kidnapping & forcible detention. Indicted RCMP officers claimed they “were just following (PM Pierre Trudeau) orders.

Former Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders said he has had to be careful with what he said about the case because he knows “for a fact” that the Shermans’ killers are watching his televised remarks.

Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders also stated that his officers interviewed the mystery man who spent 29 minutes inside the home of Barry and Honey Sherman while they lay dead in the basement.

“I can tell you we knew who the person was, why they were there, (the person) was interviewed,”

Note, only one person entered the home yet Police Chief Saunders said Toronto Police knew why “they” were there – “they” means the person of interest was part of an unnamed entity. Reasonable suspicion the RCMP was that unnamed entity. The RCMP were at the time investigating Justin Trudeau’s fundraiser. Wiretapping is a tool in RCMP investigations, especially when it involves the Prime Minister of Canada. It is highly plausible that a RCMP officer entered the Shermans’ home to remove wiretaps and/or any incriminating evidence.

Parties to offence

Where two or more persons are playing an active role in the commission of a crime, each becomes a co-principal to that offence. When this is the case, it is not necessary to determine exactly which person committed which element of the offence. Rather, every act done to commit the offence is deemed to have been committed by all co-principals. A person can be a principal to an offence despite not actually committing the offence with their own hands. This occurs where they instead direct an innocent agent to commit the offence in their place.