Government document provides compelling evidence that Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 fundraiser violated the Lobbying Act and the Canada Elections Act

Two days before Justin Trudeau attended Barry and Honey Sherman’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser Apotex registered to lobby the Government of Canada. The date of Apotex registering to lobby the Government of Canada was during the ongoing 2015 federal election campaign. Apotex registering to lobby the Government of Canada during an election campaign and 2 days before Apotex’s head hosted an election campaign fundraiser for election candidate Justin Trudeau informs Canadians that Apotex was seeking to influence Justin Trudeau in the performance of his duties and functions as a member of the House of Commons if he were to be elected.

The Government of Canada’s “Registry of Lobbyists” report confirms that on August 24, 2015 Apotex registered to lobby the Trudeau government.

Stated purpose of registering to lobby the Government of Canada:

The lobbyist has arranged or expects to arrange one or more meetings on behalf of the client between a public office holder and any other person in the course of this undertaking.

Subject matter:

Legislation relating to patented medicines — Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations — provisional nature of judicial determinations of proceedings brought by first persons; inadequacy of section 8 damages.

The “Registry of Lobbyists” information provides compelling evidence that Justin Trudeau attending Barry and Honey Sherman’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser violated the Lobbying Act and the Canada Elections Act – Accepting a prohibited gift or other advantage.

Prohibition

477.9 (1) No candidate shall accept any gift or other advantage that might reasonably be seen to have been given to influence them in the performance of their duties and functions as a member of the House of Commons if the candidate were to be elected, during the period that

(a) begins on the day on which they are deemed to have become a candidate; and

gift or other advantage means

(a) an amount of money if there is no obligation to repay it; and

(b) a service or property, or the use of property or money, that is provided without charge or at less than its commercial value.

Corrupt practice

(2) Every person is guilty of an offence that is a corrupt practice who

(h.01) being a candidate, knowingly contravenes subsection 477.9(1) (accepting prohibited gift or other advantage);

Consequences of illegal, corrupt practices

(3) Any person who is convicted of having committed an offence that is an illegal practice or a corrupt practice under this Act shall, in addition to any other punishment for that offence prescribed by this Act, in the case of an illegal practice, during the next five years or, in the case of a corrupt practice, during the next seven years, after the date of their being so convicted, not be entitled to

(a) be elected to or sit in the House of Commons; or

Apotex registered to lobby the Government of Canada 3 days after Barry Sherman reported that he had meet privately with 2015 federal election campaign candidate Justin Trudeau. The private meeting between Justin Trudeau and Barry Sherman (Apotex) was made public a few days before Barry Sherman hosted Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 fundraiser.

“Serman said he spent an hour with Trudeau last week, discussing various issues” The Canadian Jewish News (CJN), August 21, 2015

Barry Sherman meeting and “discussing various issues” with 2015 election campaign candidate Justin Trudeau before the Aug 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser and Apotex registering to lobby the incoming Government of Canada 2 days before the Aug 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser meant Justin Trudeau violated the Lobbying Act and the Canada Elections Act – accepting prohibited gift or other advantage. Justin Trudeau violated both the Lobbying Act and the Canada Elections Act because the meeting before the August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser provided an opportunity to further the private interests of 2015 election candidate Justin Trudeau & registered lobbyist Barry Sherman (Apotex).

“There is basis to conclude that the private interests of (REDACTED) were advanced to a high degree, and that a sense of obligation was created by Mr. Sherman’s contribution to the 2015 election campaigns,” wrote McIntosh, in a recommendation to open a full investigation into the case.

“There is basis to conclude that Mr. Sherman is in breach of  the Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct as a consequence of his involvement in the organization of a fundraising event for the (Liberal Party),” McIntosh wrote on Jan. 18, 2017.

Lobbying Commissioner Karen Shepherd checked the box, “I agree,” the same day.

The Government of Canada document also provides the primary motive for the targeted murders of Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraisers Barry and Honey Sherman.

Canada Elections Act

Corrupt practice

(2) Every person is guilty of an offence that is a corrupt practice who

(h.01) being a candidate, knowingly contravenes subsection 477.9(1) (accepting prohibited gift or other advantage);

Consequences of illegal, corrupt practices

(3) Any person who is convicted of having committed an offence that is an illegal practice or a corrupt practice under this Act shall, … not be entitled to

(a) be elected to or sit in the House of Commons

“Despite the available penalties under the current act, no one has ever been charged, or convicted of an offence under the Lobbying Act” Lobbying Commissioner Karen Shepherd @ ETHI Committee Meeting

Barry Sherman faced no severe punitive measures for hosting Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser. Lobbyist Barry Sherman (Apotex) had a right to communicate with elected government officials. However, Justin Trudeau faced severe punitive measures because of the RCMP investigation of the August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser. A conviction for accepting the prohibited gift or other advantage meant Justin Trudeau would have forfeited/lost his job. Justin Trudeau wouldn’t be Prime Minister of Canada today or throughout COVID-19. German collaborator Chrystia Freeland wouldn’t be Deputy Prime Minister or the Finance Minister either.

Toronto Police investigation of Barry & Honey Sherman murders sealed by the Crown to cover up who committed the targeted murders

There is compeling evidence that shows that 5 years ago Justin Trudeau conspired to have his August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraisers murdered. Justin Trudeau had motive to conspire to murder Barry and Honey Sherman. An ongoing RCMP investigation of his election campaign fundraiser for the Lobbying Commissioner and an Apotex lawsuit put Justin Trudeau in legal jeopardy. The fundraiser was a prohibited gift. Justin Trudeau accepting the prohibited gift meant that he violated the Lobbying Act and the Canada Elections Act.

Violating the Lobbying Act had no legal consequences for either Justin Trudeau or Barry Sherman.

“The RCMP have never, ever followed up. The RCMP then rubber-stamps or whitewashes whatever Lobbying Act activity has happened.” House of Commons

However, violating the Canada Elections Act meant that Justin Truduea could have lost his seat in the House of Commons and he couldn’t be a candidate in another election for 5 years. It would have meant the end of his political career.

“The Canada Elections Act also sets out a series of disqualifications that apply exclusively to electoral candidacy. … Current disqualifications include the following: A person found guilty of an illegal or corrupt electoral practice (as defined in section 502 of the Canada Elections Act) is disqualified from contesting a federal election for either five or seven years and, if he or she has been elected, may be required to vacate his or her seat in the House of Commons. Illegal practices include wilfully exceeding the spending limit or obstructing the electoral process. Corrupt practices include voting more than once or accepting a prohibited gift or other advantageParliament of Canada

Conspiracy

465 (1) (a) every one who conspires with any one to commit murder or to cause another person to be murdered, whether in Canada or not, is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to a maximum term of imprisonment for life;

A Court Order dated 10 NOV 2017 rendered by Kevin Aalto, Prothonotary ordering the Lobbying Commissioner to “unredact the Preserved Redactions and to deliver such redacted materials to the Applicants” provided motive for Justin Trudeau to conspire to commit murder.

The Court Order was part of an Apotex lawsuit against the Lobbying Commissioner – Federal Court Number T-761-17 APOTEX INC. ET AL v. KAREN SHEPHERD ET AL. Nature of the proceeding  S. 18.1 Application for Judicial Review. The Prothonotary order was made as a result of the Commissioner of Lobbying redacting Justin Trudeau’s name from material evidence in the ongoing RCMP investigation of Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser. That court order put Justin Trudeau in legal jeopardy. Justin Trudeau could have been “required to vacate his seat in House of Commons” for violating the Canada Elections Act – accepting a prohibited gift or other advantage.

On December 13, 2017, the day of the targeted murders of Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraisers Barry and Honey Sherman, Justin Trudeau had both the Ethics Commissioner and the Lobbying Commissioner removed as commissioners. Their removal was done during ongoing investigations by both commissioners into Justin Trudeau violating federal laws while campaigning in the 2015 federal election. Both commissioners were essentially fired for investigating Justin Trudeau for violating federal laws during the 2015 election campaign.

The 10 NOV 2017 Court Order and Justin Trudeau removing the Ethics Commissioner and the Lobbying Commissioner on the day of the targeted murders of his August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraisers Barry and Honey Sherman are elements of a conspiracy to commit murder. The RCMP are involved. They became involved the day the Lobbying Commissioner had the RCMP investigate Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser/fundraisers.

Lobbying Act
Advice to peace officers

(7) If, during an investigation under this section, the Commissioner believes on reasonable grounds that a person has committed an offence under this or any other Act of Parliament or of the legislature of a province, the Commissioner shall advise a peace officer having jurisdiction to investigate the alleged offence and immediately suspend the Commissioner’s investigation.

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 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 redacted name in transcripts of that Nov 3, 2016 taped recorded interview.

The Toronto Police know who murdered Barry and Honey Sherman. So does the Crown. The Crown sealed the Toronto Police murder investigation files and evidence to protect the people who committed the 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 implicates RCMP officers in their murders.

Crime scene evidence shows murderers gained access to the Sherman home by the front door. No forced entry means Barry and Honey Sherman’s murderers knocked on front door. It is plausible that Honey Sherman let her murderers in after her murderers identified themselves as police officers. Restraint marks and Honey Sherman’s bloody lip and nose supports assertion that she was forcibly restrained by police officers.

Keable Commission supports assertion that RCMP officers are viable suspects in Barry & Honey Sherman targeted murders. 15 RCMP officers were charged/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 organization. The RCMP is an organization. RCMP were at the time investigating Justin Trudeau’s fundraiser/fundraisers. Wiretapping is 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 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.

Related briefing: Justin Trudeau is the one person who had motive to have Barry and Honey Sherman murdered